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e-Government (SIGeGOV) [clear filter]
Saturday, August 13
 

8:30am

Electronic Government Adoption and Diffusion (SIGEGOV)
Chair: Yogesh Dwivedi - Swansea University

Gender, Age, and Frequency of Internet Use as Moderators of Citizens’ Adoption of Electronic Government
Michael Williams, Nripendra Rana, Sian Roderick, Marc Clement - Swansea University
Adoption of Two Indian E-Government Systems: Validation of Extended Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB)
Nripendra Rana - Swansea University; Banita Lal - Nottingham Trent University; Emma Slade - Swansea University
Enabling Multichannel Participation through ICT Adaptations for Participatory Budgeting
Muhammad Kamal, Uthayasankar Sivarajah - Brunel University; Giovanni Allegretti, Michelangelo Secchi, Sofia Antunes - University of Coimbra

Saturday August 13, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Seabreeze 2

10:30am

ICT Enabled Public Sector Transformation (SIGEGOV)
Chair: Marijn Janssen - Delft University of Technology

Structuring Institutionalization of Digitally-Enabled Service Transformation in Public Sector: Does Actor or Structure Matters?
Amizan Omar - Brunel University London; Ramzi Elhaddadeh - Qatar University
The Paradox In Cross-Border Health Care: Can Mobile Technology Leapfrogging Make A Difference?
Wendy Currie, Jonathan Seddon - Audencia Nantes
Business-IT Alignment In Municipalities: The Swiss Case
Konrad Walser - University of Applied Sciences Bern; David Weibel - Universitat Bern Philosophisch-humanwissenschaftliche Fakultat; Bartholomäus Wissmath - University of Bern Faculty Philosophy and Human Sciences; Simon Enkerli, Nicolas Bigler, Martin Topfel - University of Applied Sciences Bern
Gamification of e-Government Services: A Discussion of Potential Transformation
Karim Al-Yafi - Qatar University; Mazen El-Masri - Qatar University


Saturday August 13, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Seabreeze 2

1:30pm

Advances in Electronic Government Research and Practice (SIGEGOV)
Chair: Yogesh Dwivedi - Swansea University

Factors That Constrain Or Inhibit Virtualization In A Government-to-Citizen Electronic Service
Joshua Ofoed, Richard Boateng - University of Ghana
Indonesia’s Digital Infrastructures for Nuclear Energy Policy Transparency
Akemi Chatfield - University of Wollongong; Christopher Reddick - The University of Texas at San Antonio; Yohanes Anggoro - Badan Tenaga Nuklir Nasional
Toward Formulating a Digital Diplomacy Maturity Framework: A Theoretical Prospective
Hamad Almuftah - Brunel University; Uthayasankar Sivarajah - Brunel University London


Saturday August 13, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Seabreeze 2