ICEG promotes several conferences / seminars on specific themes of egovernment of the many, the International Conference on E-Governance (ICEG) is premier program. It is not only to provide a forum of discussing research findings, strategies, policies, and technologies supplemented by the learning from the innovative experiments to enable business of government.
The conference is designed to offer opportunities of sharing the research findings and practices, building network collaborative learning and advancement of knowledge. Participants are expected from every parts of the world. They may include Faculty/ Scientists, University students, Private sector executive (solution providers), Government officers, policy makers and NGO/ community volunteers.
Who Designs the Conference Program?
There is an International Program Committee (IPC), comprising international experts and representatives from academics, government and industry. This committee guides the development of the conference program, decides the moderators, speakers, and agenda items for conferences. A Technical Committee (TC) will manage the tracks and reviewing process. There is an Organizing Committee (OC), which takes care of implementing scheme of things on day-to-day basis.
Key Elements of the Conference
The conference generally runs into three days and offers attendees a holistic educational experience, with opportunities for collaboration and networking among leaders and peers working to make digital government a reality. The conference includes:
Plenary and keynote session from the Leaders
Invited talks from the distinguished experts
Practical learning from Industry sessions
Workshops and tutorials
Thought-provoking Technical sessions running along several tracks
A Best Paper award for each track
Exposition from exhibitors focused on strategies and technologies demonstrating success stories
Briefings by innovators
Procedure for hosting ICEG