Minitrack on Development Methods for Electronic Government (HICSS '09)
|Title||Minitrack on Development Methods for Electronic Government (HICSS '09)|
|Publication Type||Book Chapter|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Editor||T. Janowski, and R. Klischewski|
|Book Title||42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences|
|Publisher||IEEE Computer Society Press|
This paper presents a Minitrack on Development Methods for Electronic Government, organized as part of the Electronic Government Track at the 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-42), 5-8 January 2009, Big Island, Hawaii. The minitrack focused on development methods, including technical, managerial and organizational dimensions, to address various challenges facing Electronic Government development: dependability and accessibility, evolving requirements, adherence to law and regulations, multi-channel service delivery, technical and organizational complexity, dependence on ever-changing legal and operational environments, etc. Of particular interest are contributions that can make Electronic Government development more measurable, predictable, replicable and scalable, contributing to the establishment of theoretical foundations and engineering practices for the domain.
The three papers accepted by the minitrack were: (1) “Government Enterprise Architecture Grid Adaptation in Finland” co-authored by Katariina Valtonen, Ville Seppänen, and Mauri Leppänen; (2) “Developing User Requirements for Transnational Government Information Systems” co-authored by Philip Seltsikas and Nikolaos Papas; and (3) “(Semantic) Model-driven Development for Electronic Government Applications” co-authored by Aadya Shukla, Charles Crichton, Jim Davies, Steve Harris, and Andrew Tsui.