iPAC Sponsors and Hosts 2012 Digital Government Conference
The 2012 Digital Government Conference (dg.o 2012) is taking place June 4-7, 2012 at the University of Maryland College Park. Marking its 13th year, the conference brings together an international community of leading digital government researchers and practitioners to discuss such key topics as open data; open government; social media and public participation in digital government; effective use of social media by governments; crowd sourcing for government decision making; transformative government; data integration, visualizations, and analytics for government decision making; financial/economic/social policy making; government productivity and effectiveness; service quality and customer-centric e-Government; computing infrastructure models, cyber-security and project management; IT and tools to support government security; and methods to measure and evaluate success in e-Government. Full conference information, including registration information, is available at http://www.dgo2012.dgsna.org/. iPAC co-director John Bertot serves as conference chair.
In addition, iPAC directors, senior research fellows, affiliate faculty, and students John Bertot, Paul Jaeger, Katie Shilton, Jonathan Lazar, Natalie Green, Ursula Gorham, Dennis Linders, Susan Copeland Wilson, Ruth Lincoln, Liz Larson, and Michelle Donlin will present papers, panels, and posters at the conference.