Transforming Government (t-Gov) Workshop 2014

Transforming Government (t-Gov) workshop will be organised at Brunel University on June 12th and 13th 2014.
When Jun 12, 2014 09:00 AM to
Jun 13, 2014 06:00 PM
Where Brunel University, United Kingdom
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tGov 2014 is an annual research workshop addressing the e-Government and t-Government area, pledges to be a thought-provoking workshop, bringing together local and international researchers and practitioners with keynote speakers and research papers from within the UK, EU and other global regions.The theme of this year's workshop is Co-Creating Public Services of the Future: The Role of ICT and Citizens’ Participation in Transforming Government.

eGovPoliNet is collaborating with tGov 2013 in organising a set of presentation and panel discussions to bring together researchers and practitioners to present their approaches on ICT for governance and policy modelling.

Call for papers:

Researchers and leading experts in their particular areas of research to contribute papers of 6000-7000 words that offer an in-depth discussion of the key issues, concepts and trends related to the field of transformational government. All manuscripts should be formatted according to the template available on This year, there will also be a ‘best paper’ award that a selection of independent experts will select.

Recommended topics include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Innovative applications of ICT in the transformation of public services
  • The influence of social media and citizens participation on public sector transformation
  • The influence of cloud computing and shared services on transforming public services
  • The significance of social innovation and co-creation on transforming public services
  • The development, implementation, control and maintenance of transformational government projects
  • Challenges, issues and complexities involving the implementation of transformational government
  • The significance of t-Government benefits offered to both government and citizens
  • A global perspective and assessment of t-Government implementation efforts
  • IT-Governance, integrated service delivery and reengineering of the public sector
  • Different process, information systems and technology integration approaches used in t-Government and e-Government projects
  • The impact of e-Government and t-Government on social inclusion and e-participation
  • Enterprise architecture and interoperability at various levels of government
  • Barriers to awareness, adoption and diffusion of (t) and (e) Government services
  • Evaluation of case studies involving transformational change in the public sector
  • Overview studies; development within countries, policies, infrastructure facilities and comparative studies (comparing countries) of (t) and (e) Government
  • Tools, methods, frameworks and guidelines for t-Government
  • The role of Simulation, Gaming and Visualisation in transforming public services
  • Technologies, design approaches and management strategies that facilitate t-Government
  • Theories and conceptual models that support t-Government implementation
  • Role of socio-economic determinants in encouraging adoption and diffusion of e-Government services
  • And other relevant topics and issues that may influence, relate to or impact on transformational government.

Best papers will be selected for the following journals:

  • Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy (TGPPP)
  • Journal of Enterprise Information Management (JEIM)
  • International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR)

Important Dates:
Manuscripts must be submitted to, no later than April 17th, 2014