International Workshop on Government Interoperability in HICSS 2010

Within the 43th Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2010), a half-day workshop session on "eGovernment Infrastructures and Interoperability" hosted presentations of international research achievements and in concluded in interesting results for administations and the industry.

The session was co-organised by:
- Marijn Janssen, Delft University of Technology
- Yannis Charalabidis, Greek Interoperability Centre, NTUA
- Apitep Saekow, Stamford International University

The workshop included presentations of high quality research papers and discussion. Interesting results and conclusions where noted, in the areas of:
- New scientific approaches on interoperability
- The virtualisation of organisations in public sector
- Multi-national dimensions and practices
- Interoperability infrastructures in the cloud
- Social participation networks
- Decision making and IT planning in local administration

The presentations made are as following:

Construction of a Complex Adaptive Systems Pattern as an
Epistemological Lens for E-Government Systems
by Adrian Krolczyk, Christian Senf, and Nils Cordes (DE)

Attitudinal and Behavioural Determinants Influencing Top Managementís Decision Making Process for Adopting Integration Technologies Vital for e-Enabling Local Government: A Strategic Perspective
by Muhammad Kamal, Vishanth Weerakkody, and Zahir Irani (UK)

Extending Virtual Organizations in the Public Sector: Lessons from CSCW, STS, and Organization Science
by Radaphat Chongthammakun and Steven J. Jackson (US)

Multinational E-Government Collaboration, Information Sharing, and Interoperability: An Integrative Model
by Celene Navarrete, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Sehl Mellouli,
Theresa Pardo, and Jochen Scholl (US, Mexico)

Implementing Federated Interoperability Infrastructures: Issues and Challenges from the Citizens’ Base Registry in Greece
by Fenareti Lampathaki, Nikos Kroustalias, Sotiris Koussouris,
Yannis Charalabidis, and John Psarras (GR)

eGovernment Ontologies: Social Participation in Building and Evolution
Alessia Barbagallo,Antonio De Nicola, and Michele Missikoff (IT)

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