May 24-26, 2004

Seattle, Washington, USA

Westin Seattle

Complete program
Schedule grid & highlights
General Conference Chairs:
Sharon Dawes
(CTG, University at Albany): [email protected]

Eduard Hovy
(USC/ISI and DGRC): [email protected]

Program Chair:
Lois Delcambre
(OGI/OHSU): [email protected]

Finance Chair:
Yigal Arens
(USC/ISI and DGRC): [email protected]

Government Liaison:
Valerie Gregg
(NSF): [email protected]

Communications Chair:
Mack Reed
(USC/ISI and DGRC): [email protected]

Local Arrangements:
Priscilla Rasmussen
(Academic Research Conference Services): [email protected]
Program Online
The Program Committee has completed its review of more than 100 submissions to the conference, and the Conference Committee has completed the schedule for dg.o2004.

Complete program
Schedule grid & highlights
Speakers confirmed
On Monday, May 24, keynote speaker Keith Rhodes, the GAO’s chief technologist, will kick off the Seattle conference, which includes presentations, seminars and live system demonstrations of the latest Digital Government research. Details

George Spix, George Spix, chief architect in the Consumer Platforms Division of Microsoft, is to give the luncheon address later that day. Details

Field Trips confirmed
On Wednesday, 26, conference attendees are invited to join a field trip to the headquarters of the Boeing Company.

Just added:

A trip to Microsoft’s Redmond, Wa. headquarters will give visitors an inside look at e-government technologies being developed at Microsoft Research.
And visitors to the Seattle Police Department will get an inside tour of the Emergency Operations Center and demonstrations of the department’s latest IT solutions.
Book Authors Invited
Have you written a book that you would like to promote at dg.o 2004? A book-signing station will be in place at Monday evening’s system demo/poster session. You are invited to participate and bring copies of the book for display, sale, or distribution. If you’d like to bring your book to the event, please contact us.

If you are presenting a demo or poster at the conference, please let us know so that we can schedule the demo or poster for Tuesday afternoon to avoid a conflict with the book signing.

About dg.o2004
The National Science Foundation and the Digital Government Research Center (DGRC) invite you to attend dg.o2004, the 5th annual conference on digital government research. This year, we focus on:

reflecting on the practical aspects and unique opportunities presented by digital government research projects, projects that are inter-disciplinary with the collaboration of government partners,
highlighting the breadth and depth of current digital government projects, and
exploring the nature of digital government research as a new and growing research area.
Digital government research is interdisciplinary and multi-sector, with a focus on research at the intersections of computer and information sciences, IT-related social, political, and behavioral sciences, and the problems and missions of government agencies. Correspondingly, the conference attracts researchers in the varied disciplines, government agencies representatives, policy specialists, business experts, representatives from the software industry, and members of the public.