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Call for papers on e-Gov (Digital Strategy, Social Media, New Business Models)

From: trond-arne undheim <trond-arne.undheim@oracle.com>
Date: Tue, 08 May 2012 20:05:51 +0100
Message-ID: <4FA96E8F.9050604@oracle.com>
To: public-egov-ig@w3.org
Please note the opportunity to submit articles to several forthcoming 
issues of a journal with EU policy presence.
I am the editor, so feel free to get in touch.
Trond


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  European ePractice Newsletter N. 419 - 08 May 2012

*European Journal of ePractice*

*>> European Journal of ePractice issue: Digital Strategies for 
Government and Business*
This issue whose submission deadline is *31 May 2012* aims to tackle a 
number of questions, among which: What does it take to transform 
government by ICT? Or, should the ambitions be lowered? What can 
realistically be achieved and what cannot? Which strategic frameworks do 
or should inform the deployment of ICT-based solutions in government?

For more information about this issue, please visit the CfP 
<http://epractice.eu/node/5329361>.

*>> European Journal of ePractice issue: eGovernance & Social Media*
This issue whose submission deadline is *31 May 2012* aims to tackle 
questions such as: how should governments themselves use social media, 
and what are the impacts likely to be? Can these technologies empower 
users not just to collaborate in service design and delivery, but also 
to participate in public policy and decision making, as well as in the 
workings and arrangements of the public sector and public governance 
more widely? Is there a business case for government in using social 
media rather than, or in addition to, more traditional tools? How 
effective is social media monitoring for government whilst they shift to 
preventive government models in for example healthcare, or security?

For more information about this issue, please visit the CfP 
<http://epractice.eu/node/5331756%20>.

*>> European Journal of ePractice issue: New Business Models in eGovernment*
This issue whose submission deadline is *31 May 2012* focuses on 
possible new business models for eGovernment. Welcome submissions 
include real-world eGovernment modifications to business models in both 
the European Union and internationally, including the necessary 
supporting legal and regulatory frameworks, and public accountability 
and reassurance (trust) mechanisms; examples of alternative eGovernment 
business models, such as gains-sharing – including benefits-funded 
models and shared savings models; enablers and barriers, and 
cost-benefit analysis of new business models in eGovernment.

For more information about this issue, please visit the CfP 
<http://epractice.eu/en/node/5339846>.
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