Two egov conferences for the price of one

The EGOV conference brings together leading researchers and professionals from all over the globe and from many disciplines, serving as a platform for academics and professionals and as an important ground for networking in the community.Organizational and user-related issues long discussed among researchers have finally gained influence on practice. Conversely, eGovernment practice has influenced and inspired eGovernment research. A wide range of topics has received scholarly attention. In recent years, the assessment of eGovernment efforts, the prospects of eGovernment as a research discipline, and the role of information and communication technology for development rank among the top topics on the research agenda. 

[The site currently seems to have a problem with its stylesheets; may try again after new year]
(tags: conference 2007 austria project:smartcities egovernment)

Then there’s the e-participation sub-confernce, organised through DEMO-net (nice to see its profile being raised):

Being held in Linz in parallel with EGOV09.The conference specifically provides a ground for researchers of distinct disciplines to come together and discuss advances of eParticipation research from distinct disciplinary angles. ePart follows the traditions of high-level scientific conferences. It is organized by key experts in the field and will be supported by a multidisciplinary program committee of DEMO-net partners and affiliated members.
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About Peter Cruickshank

Lecturer in the School of Computing and a member of the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland. Interested in information systems, learning, politics, society, security and where they intersect. My attempts at rounding out my character include food, cinema, running, history and, together with my lovely wife, bringing up a cat and a couple of kids.
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