The HICSS-49 EGOV Track continues to show its strong standing as the #1 academic research conference in electronic government research worldwide. For the conference, which will be held in January of 2016, ninety full research papers were received in thirteen topical minitracks. Submitting authors will be notified in mid-August of 2015 about acceptance or non-acceptance of their submissions. More information on the HICSS-49 EGOV Track.
The Electronic Government Reference Library (EGRL) has been updated to version 10.0. This version contains 6,520 references of peer-reviewed academic publications in the English language. The number of references included in the library has grown by 11.9% (or 691 references) over version 9.0 (released in June of 2013). The EGRL can be downloaded free of charge.
With a going rate of some 700 peer-reviewed manuscripts per annum, the study domain of Electronic Government shows strong growth and vibrancy.
Although only a minor update, the new version of the E-Government Reference Library (EGRL) contains over a hundred new references that were still missing from the previous version issued in December of 2013. The new version 9.5 now contains 6,283 references of peer-reviewed publications in the English language. The EGRL grew by 454 references (or 13.7 %) compared with version 8.5 a little over a year ago. You can download the new version here.
Today, we notified the subscribers of the EGOV-List about the HICSS-48 EGOV Call for Reviewers and Call for Papers for the HICSS-48 E-Government Track (Kauai, HI, January 5-8, 2015).
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