Scientific Program EGOV 2003

Status July 31, 2003


Monday, September 1, 2003


8.30 – 9.00                  Opening


9.00 – 10.00                Invited Talk of DEXA Conference


Policy Based Enterprise (Active) Information Integration

Muksh Mohania, I.B.M. India Research Lab, India



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 1:         Plenary Session I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Roland Traunmüller, Austria



Roland Traunmüller, Austria


eGovernment in Europe: Reality and Vision

Klaus Lenk, Germany


Framing eGov: e=mc3

Åke Grönlund, Sweden


Methodology for Analysing the Relationship Between the Reorganisation of the Back Office and Better Electronic Public Services

Herbert Kubicek, Jeremy Millard, Hilmar Westholm, Germany, Denmark



            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 2:         Plenary Session II

16.00– 18.00

Chair: Roland Traunmüller, Austria


Evaluation of an e-Democracy Platform for European Cities

Efthimios Tambouris, Stelios Gorilas, Greece


Semantic Web for e-Government

Ralf Klischewski, Germany – The Austrian National Portal

Elisabeth Dearing, Austria



Tuesday, September 2, 2003


9.00 – 10.00         Invited Talk of EC-Web Conference


Trust for Digital Products

Günther Pernul, University of Regensburg, Germany



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 3:         Plenary Session III

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Maria A. Wimmer, Austria


Strategic Knowledge Management

Hermann Hill, Germany


Six Actions to Initiate PPR

Kim Viborg Andersen, Denmark


A Legal Framework for E-Government

Ahti Saarenpää, Finland


Intelligent Agent-based Expert Interactions in a Knowledge Management Portal

Witold Staniszkis, Eliza Staniszkis, Poland



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 4A:         e-Governance I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Ann Macintosh, United Kingdom



e-Society Accessibility: Identifying Research Gaps

Annika Andersson, Åke Grönlund, Sweden


The new citizen society - Considerations and measures for developing e-governance in China

Chengyu Xiong, P.R. China


Symbolic Power and MIS in the Health Care Sector

Kåre Lines, Norway



Session 4B:         Knowledge Management I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Maria A. Wimmer, Austria


Supporting the Management of Learning Ressources for the French Local Government Training Network

Michel R. Klein, Jacques Dang, Dominique Roux, France


Cooperating Strategies in e-Government

Francesco Bolici, Franca Cantoni, Maddalena Sorrentino, Francesco Virili, Italy


Ontologies, Web Services and Intelligent Agents: Ideas for Further Development of Life-Event Portals

Boštjan Berčič, Mirko Vintar, Slovenia



Session 4C:         Geographical Information Systems I

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Mário Jorge Leitão, Portugal


Spatio-Temporal Data Warehouse - a Prototype

Lionel Savary, Karine Zeitouni, France


SINUP: using GIS to support e-Democracy

Alexandre Carvalho, Artur Rocha, Marco Amaro Oliveira, Portugal


An Interoperable GIS Solution for the Public Administration

Artur Rocha, João Correia Lopes, Luís Bártolo, Rui Chilro, Portugal



            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 5A:         e-Governance II

16.00 – 17.30

Chair: Ahti Saarenpää, Finland


E-Government in the E-Commission

Erich Schweighofer, Austria


Information Technology as an Enabler for Innovation in Government-to-Citizen Processes

Luiz Antonio Joia, Brazil


Language and Technology Literacy Bariers to Accessing Government Services

Etienne Barnard, Laurens Cloete, Hina Patel, South Africa



Session 5B:         Knowledge Management II

16.00 – 17.30

Chair: Tom van Engers, The Netherlands



Models of Trust for Knowledge-Based Government Services

Andy McKay-Hubbard, Ann Macintosh, United Kingdom


A Knowledge Perspective on e-Democracy

Jan Aidemark, Sweden


Process Reengineering on Base of Law – the new Austrian States Budgeting and Bookkeeping System

Josef Makolm, Austria



Session 5C:         Geographical Information Systems II

16.00 – 17.00

Chair: Ralf Klischewski, Germany


ISP (Information Strategy Planning) for 4S-based Integration of Spatial Information Systems as Korean Nationwide Project

In-Hak Joo, Ki-Won Lee, Min-Soo Kim, Jong-Hun Lee, Korea


e Spatial Data Infrastructure and E-government: A Case Study of the UK

Pauline Pollard, United Kingdom



Session 6:         IFIP 8.5 Business Meeting (on invitation only)

17.30 – 18.30



Wednesday, September 3, 2003


9.00 – 10.00         Invited Talk of DaWaK Conference


XML for Datawarehouses Chances and Challenges

Peter Fankhauser, Division Manager, GMD-IPSI, Germany



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 7A:         E-Democracy I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Tom Gordon, Germany


Internet NGOs: Legitimacy and Accountability

Anton Vedder, The Netherlands


Structuring Dialogue Between the People and Their Representatives

Katie Greenwood, Trevor Bench-Capon, Peter McBurney, United Kingdom


Local Democracy Shaping E-Democracy

Zahid Parvez, United Kingdom


First Trials in Webocracy

Jan Paralic, Tomas Sabol, Marian Mach, Slovakia



Session 7B:         Legal Aspects I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Fernando Galindo, Spain


An XML Editor for Legal Information Management

Monica Palmirani, Raffaella Brighi, Italy


Legal Aspects of One-Stop Government: The Case of Applying for a Building Permission

Michael Sonntag, Maria A. Wimmer, Austria


A Taxonomy of Legal Accountabilities in the UK e-Voting Pilots

Alexandros Xenakis, Ann Macintosh, United Kingdom


Legal Framework for e-Government - Necessary Adaptions

Thomas Menzel, Austria



Session 7C:         Electronic Service Delivery I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Ronald Leenes, The Netherlands


eProcurement Adoption: Theory and Practice

Helle Zinner Henriksen, Kim Viborg Andersen, Denmark


Delivering e-Government Services to Citizens and Businesses: The Government Gateway Concept

Jan Sebek, Czech Republic


Conventional and Electronic Service Delivery Within Public Authorities: The Issues And Lessons From The Private Sector

Nicholas J. Adams, Simon Haston, Nat Gillespie, Ann Macintosh, United Kingdom


On the Evolution of E-Government: The User Imperative

Leif Skiftenes Flak, Carl Erik Moe, Øystein Sæbø, Norway



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 8A:         E-Democracy II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Tomas Sabol, Slovakia


Interlegis: Virtual Network of Communication and Information that enlarges Brazil’s Democracy and Citizenship

Adilson Luiz Tiecher, Hugo Cesar Hoeschl, Brazil


How to Grow? Online Consultations about Growth in the City of Hamburg: Methods, Techniques, Success Factors

Rolf Lührs, Steffen Albrecht, Maren Lübcke, Birgit Hohberg, Germany


From eGovernment to eGovernance: A Survey of the Federal and Cantonal e-Policies in Switzerland

Olivier Glassey, Jean-Loup Chappelet, Switzerland



Session 8B:         Legal Aspects II

14.00 – 15.00

Chair: Monica Palmirani, Italy


e-Governance: Two View to Legal Environment

Mindaugas Kiškis, Rimantas Petrauskas, Lithuania


A Federative Approach to Access to Laws by Citizens: The “Normeinrete” System

Caterina Lupo, Carlo Batini, Italy


Constitutional and Technical Requirements for Democracy over the Internet: e-Democracy

Patricia Heindl, Alexander Prosser, Robert Krimmer, Austria



Session 8C:         Electronic Service Delivery II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Bernhard Karning, Austria


Conceiving and Implementing pan-European Integrated Public Services

Otmar Adam, Dirk Werth, Fabrice Zangl, Germany


Usage of e-Government Services in European Regions

Markus Lassnig, Mark Markus, Austria


Processes in e-Government Focus: A Procedure Model for Process Oriented Reorganisation in Public Administrations on the Local Level

Jörg Becker, Lars Algermissen, Björn Niehaves, Germany



            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 9A:         Change Management I

16.00 – 18.00

Chair: Jeremy Millard, Denmark


Superpilots, Subsidizing or Self-Organization

Marcel Hoogwout, The Netherlands


Socio-technical Perspectives in e-Government Initiatives

Maddalena Sorrentino, Francesco Virili, Italy


From Legacy to Modularity: a Roadmap Towards Modular Architectures using Web Services Technology

Marijn Janssen, René Wagenaar, The Netherlands


Embracing Information Technology in Indian Police System: A Perception Analysis

R.K. Mitra, M.P. Gupta, India



Session 9B:         Legal Aspects III

16.00 – 18.00

Chair: Sonja Hof, Switzerland


Anti-Corruption Information Systems and e-Government in Transforming Countries. A Point of View.

Nicolae Costake, Romania


e-Signatures for Delivery in e-Government

Peter Reichstädter, Austria


Deploying Electronic Democracy for Public Corporations

Alexander Prosser, Robert Kofler, Robert Krimmer, Austria


Secure Online Internet Reservation of e-Government Service (ORGS) using Java Card Applications Toolkit (J-CAT)

Shinyoung Lim, Youjin Song, S.Korea



Session 9C:         Electronic Service Delivery III

16.00 – 18.00

Chair: Kim Viborg Andersen, Denmark


Consumer-SC: an e-gov portal for consumers rights protection in Brazil

Thais H. Bigliazzi Garcia, Irineu Theiss, Patrícia Zimath, Hugo Cesar Hoeschl, Fabrício Donatti, Gean Marques Loureiro, Tânia Cristina D´Agostini Bueno, Brazil


Requirements for Using Agent-Based Automation in Distributed eGovernment Applications

Jarmo Korhonen, Lasse Pajunen, Juha Puustjärvi, Finland


The Role of Web Services in Digital Government

Johann Gamper, Nikolaus Augsten, Italy


A Modular Open Source Architecture for ICT Services in the Public Administration

Marco Di Natale. Tommaso Cucinotta, Shiva Kolachalam, Italy



Thursday, September 4, 2003


Session 10A:         Invited Talk of EGOV Conference

9.00 – 10.00

Chair: Roland Traunmueller, Austria


Some comments about the e-government policies of supra-national organisations

Antonio Alabau Munoz



            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 11A:         Change Management II

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Carl Erik Moe, Norway


Process-Controlling - an Instrument to Support the Sustainability of Process Improvements

Margrit Falck, Germany


Howto Hap Haring: Cross-Border Electronic Public Services in The Netherlands

Robbin te Velde, The Netherlands


Affordances in E-Government

Reinhard Riedl, Switzerland


Enhancing e-Governance Through Scenario Approaches

Georg Aichholzer, Austria



Session 11B:         Technical Systems

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Witold Staniszkis, Poland


URN:Technology – a Building Block of the Swiss e-Government Platform,

Dieter Spahni, Switzerland


Towards a Process Model for Efficient Advertised Bidding in the Field of Software Projects

Peter Regner, Thomas Wiesinger, Josef Küng, Roland Wagner, Austria


Interoperability issues of shared infrastructures for eGovernment

Inmaculada Cava, Luis Guijarro, Spain


Integration of E-Government and E-Commerce with Web Services

Alexander Elsas, Germany



Session 11C:         Global Relations & Regional Development I

10.30 – 12.00

Chair: Gerald Quirchmayr, Austria


Live-events approach a comparison between countries

Anamarija Leben, Mirko Vintar, Slovenia


Experiences of Take-up of eGovernment in Europe

Charles Lowe, UK


e-Government Requirement Elicitation

Wichian Chutimaskul, Thailand



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 12A:         Models and Methodolgy of e-Government Research

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Åke Grönlund, Sweden


Processes in e-Government – A Holistic Framework for Modelling Electronic Public Services

Silke Palkovits, Maria A. Wimmer, Austria


Electronic Government: Make or Buy?

Hans J. Scholl, USA


Problematisation and Obfuscation in e-Government

Peter Kawalek, David Wastell, Mike Newman, United Kingdom



Session 12B:         Web Services

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Francesco Virili, Italy


A Methodological Approach for Defining One-Stop e-Government Service Offerings

Dimitris Gouscos, Maria Lambrou, Gregoris Mentzas, Panagiotis Georgiadis, Greece


Supporting Voting Decisions: Two Municipal Referendum Websites

Arthur Edwards, The Netherlands


Computer Supported Collaboration in the Public Sector: The ICTE-PAN Project

Euripidis Loukis, Spyros Kokolakis, Greece



Session 12C:         Global Relations & Regional Development II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Dewald Roode, South Africa


The Services To Businesses Project: Improving Government-to-Business Relationships in Italy

Marco Bertoletti, Paolo Missier, Monica Scannapieco, Pietro Aimetti, Carlo Batini, Italy


It Takes More Than Two...Developing a TANGO Arena for Regional Cooperation around E-Government

Sara Eriksén, Yvonne Dittrich, Markus Fiedler, Marie Aurell, Sweden


South Africa E-Government Policy and Practices: A Framework to Close the Gap

Jonathan Trusler, South Africa



            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break


Session 13A:         Panel: e-Goverenment – where are we heading?

16.00 – 18.00

Chair: Roland Traunmüller, Austria


Panel Members:



Session 13B:         Global Relations & Regional Development III

16.00 – 18.00

Chair: Silke Palkovits, Austria


Cross-cultural factors in global e-Government

Edith Denman-Maier, Peter Parycek, Austria


The Development of Electronic Government: A Case Study of Thailand

Wanchai Varavithya , Vatcharaporn Esichaikul, Thailand


Implementing e-Government in Spain

José Luis Bermejo Latre, Spain


ICT in Belaurus

Mikhail Doroshevich, Marina Sokolova, Belarus



Friday, September 5, 2003


            10.00 – 10.30   Coffee Break


Session 14A:         Trust and Security I

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Thomas Menzel, Austria


E-voting: the Powerful Symbol of e-Democracy

Ella Smith, Ann Macintosh, United Kingdom


Secure E-Voting for Preferential Elections

Riza Aditya, Colin Boyd, Ed Dawson, Kapali Viswanathan, Australia


Security Aspects within e-Government

Sonja Hof, Switzerland


OSCI: A Common Communications Standard for eGovernment

Frank Steimke, Martin Hagen, Germany



Session 14B:         Global Relations & Regional Development IV

10.30 – 12.30

Chair: Peter Kawalek, United Kingdom


For the good of the public: What can we do for you?

Katja Andresen, Germany


Citizens and e-Government: An International Comparison of the Demand-side of e-Government

Maarten Botterman, Emile Ettedgui, Irma Graafland, Andreas Ligtvoet, The Netherlands


10 Factors for success for local community e-government

Tina Siegfried, Busso Grabow, Helmut Drüke, Germany


Santa Catarina Information Technology Nucleus NECATI

Hugo Cesar Hoeschl, Érica Bezerra Queiroz Ribeiro, Louise Barcia Ramos Reis, Thais Helena Bigliazzi Garcia, Andre Bortolon, Filipe Corrêa da Costa, Irineu Theis, Brazil



            12.30 – 14.00   Lunch


Session 15A:         Trust and Security II

14.00 – 15.30

Chair: Sonja Hof, Switzerland


Trust in e-Government: Digital Signatures without Time Stamping?

Mitja Dečman, Slovenia


Privacy Enhancing Technologies: a Review

John Argyrakis, Stefanos Gritzalis, Chris Kioulafas, Greece


Co-operative software development for secure online services – experiences and results within the MEDIA@Komm-Project of Nuremberg

Uwe Schmalfeld, Germany



Session 15B:         Global Relations & Regional Development V

14.00 – 16.00

Chair: Nicolae Costake, Romania


Towards A Semantic E-Community

Youlin Fang, Weihua Zhang, Dongqing Yang, Shiwei Tang, China


Governing Internet in Korea: NEIS and Domain Names

Chan-Mo Chung,Korea


E-Government: Assessment of GCC (Gulf Co-operation Council) countries Websites and services provided.

Mahmood A. Awan, United Arab Emirates


e-Governance in India: Models that can be applied to other developing countries

Aneesh Banerjee, Sachin Jain, India


            15.30 – 16.00   Coffee Break