ICEGOV stands for International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance. Established in 2007, the conference runs annually and is coordinated by the United Nations University Operating Unit on Policy-Driven Electronic Governance (UNU-EGOV).
ICEGOV promotes the sharing of knowledge through the publication and presentation of academic papers, both from developing and developed countries. This is complemented with a rich programme of keynote lectures, plenary sessions, invited sessions, and networking sessions, all organized by leading institutions and people in the EGOV domain. The number of papers submitted to ICEGOV already reached 2196 and the conference was attended, over its 12 editions, by more than 6000 participants originating from 109 countries around the world, making ICEGOV a truly global and International Conference dedicated to the Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance.
Natalia Aristimuño Pérez is confirmed as a Keynote Speaker at the conference. She is responsible for the Interoperability Unit in the Directorate-General of Informatics, European Commission (DG-DIGIT).
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