ISGOV 2022 : First Innovation and Smart Government Conference 2022

September 12-14, 2022
Tampico / Online event

First International Innovation and Smart Government Conference (ISGOV 2022): Challenges for Public Innovation in a post-pandemic governments

http://www.isgovc.org

Academic space is needed amid the perverse problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. To share visions, projects, and new ideas related to technology in government. Public problems must be addressed through advances in digital government, public innovation, and emerging technologies.

The objective of the First International Innovation and Smart Government Conference is to foster cutting-edge research on the topics of public innovation, smart government, public governance, government data, internet access, and changes in government organizations.

It seeks to unite the efforts of academics in multidisciplinary groups related to information systems, data science, public administration, e-government, artificial intelligence, among others, to produce alternatives to the problems shared by governments around the world.

This effort is dedicated to attracting research from Latin America due to its geographical proximity and seeks to become a reference in Smart government and Public Innovation. It highlights academic contributions in cutting-edge research topics and practical contributions to solving shared problems in the region and areas where technology and government practice converge.

This year, the congress is focused on proposing solutions to complex problems (Paquet and Scherez, 2021) and wicked problems. From generating theoretical explanations, reference frameworks, key constructs that allow understanding the problems and proposing practical and tangible solutions for governments.

This first edition of the First International Innovation and Smart Government Conference focuses on understanding the organizational challenges public administrations face at all levels due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how to face the short and medium-term challenges.These challenges are complex because they imply drastic changes in public organizations that rethink their existence, work dynamics, and impact on their communities and countries. These challenges, such as repairing the social tissue are fragmented by losing lives and jobs and have broken cultural and ideological structures by being locked in for so many months.

The great challenge of governing the social media platforms whose synergy has transformed: social interactions, citizen participation, the government-citizen relationship, and families, young people, professionals, and political employees adapt to new communication and collaboration dynamics, which threatens to become virtual realities through new technologies such as the Metaverse.

The economic challenges to repair the severe economic, distribution, and supply chain damage, loss of jobs, closure of industries facing more challenging competitive conditions, and deal with disjointed governments.The crucial challenges in health systems require structural, comprehensive reforms that contain the intensive use of data, the revolution of machines to understand new viruses, attend patients with extreme care, and require technologies to generate vaccines and prevent epidemics.

Finally, the challenges of information inequality and access to public data involve new public knowledge systems in the face of the sustainable energy revolution. These changes brought the adoption of Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain will be decisive in understanding the new configuration between government, technology, and society in the 21st century.

Objective

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This conference aims to discuss cutting-edge solutions for the technology in government implementations. Propose alternatives and solutions for practical governmental problems and advance research in emergent trends.

CONFERENCE TRACKS

TRACK 1. Smart Government and Public Innovation

Track chair: Rodrigo Sandoval Almazan Phd (UAEMEX-iLabMexico)

This track is focused on research for public innovation and smart government in this challenging times. This track seeks research on new frameworks, ideas and evaluation of e-government services. We invite contributions from various backgrounds and disciplines. Topics include but are not limited to:

One-stop government – service integration
Digital Transformation of public administration
Governance for Smart Government
Framework for smart government
Frameworks and model of IT adoption for the smart government
Framework for governance and management the e government
Smart government public policies
Evaluation of e-government services
Adoption and implementation of AI in public organizations
Impacts on public governance
e-Government
TRACK 2. Artificial Intelligence in Government

Track chair: David Valle Cruz Phd (UAEMEX-iLabMexico)

Artificial intelligence has begun to be a topic of analysis in digital government research. This track focuses on discussing AI applications, experiences, and unintended consequences, drawing on a variety of methodologies, techniques, applications, theoretical frameworks, and empirical cases, in order to capture the unique phenomena triggered by the increasing adoption of AI.

We invite contributions from various backgrounds and disciplines. Topics include but are not limited to:

Governance of AI
Trust in AI
AI Ethics
Applications or cases of AI use
AI-based public policy and public policies for AI
Machine learning techniques useful for government efficiency
AI frameworks for government
TRACK 3. Open Government Innovations and challenges

Track chair: Edgar A. Ruvalcaba-Gomez Phd (Universidad de Guadalajara-i-LabMexico) and Javier Cifuentes (Universidad de Murcia-i-LabMexico)

This track focuses on research about open government and related topics, such as government transparency, citizen participation, accountability, open data, among others. This track seeks to concentrate and disseminate research work on new case studies, theoretical frameworks, and evaluation of institutional openness policies. We invite contributions from diverse backgrounds and disciplines. Topics included (but not limited):

Open Government
Open Data implementation challenges and obstacles
Open Collaborative Government
Open Data, Transparency and Open Innovation
Citizen participation, e-participation
TRACK 4. New digital technologies in public services

Track chair: TBD

New information and communication technologies are a trend for innovation in public services. This track focuses on the investigation of the improvement of public services through new digital technologies. The investigations can be frameworks, applications, case studies, methodologies and empirical cases that allow knowing the impact of these technologies on public services.

We invite contributions from various backgrounds and disciplines. Topics include but are not limited to:

Internet of Things in public services
Social and Mobile Media for Public Administration
Web-mobile ethics
Virtual Communities
Mobile technology in public services
Digital culture
Digital surveillance, tracking, and monitoring
Digital divide
AI-based technologies
Big data in Public Services
Wireless Technology in public services
Recommended Topics (not limited)

Democracy, Globalization and Migration
Impacts of digital solutions in specific sectors
Organizational implications
Co-Creation
Privacy, trust and dependability
Legal societal and cultural issues
Success factors for the adoption of new digital technologies in smart government
IT governance in smart government
New digital technologies in the innovation of public services
Information systems and topics related
Target Audience

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This event is an excellent resource for social science researchers from different areas of knowledge such as information systems scientists, computer science scientists, political and law scientists and scholar researchers, academics, higher education students and government community.

Submission Procedure

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Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before May 30, 2022, a full paper according Springer guidelines resources (Springer Guide https://www.springer.com/gp/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/your-publication-journey/manuscript-preparation). All submitted papers will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis.

Note 1: There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted to this book publication, all manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer review editorial process.

We solicit original research papers written in English. The submissions must not have been previously published or be under review for another conference or journal. Only complete and finished papers will be reviewed, not abstracts. After your paper is accepted you will have a chance to improve it according to the comments of the reviewers, but the reviewers will assume that the text that they are reading is the text that is to be published, with the only changes they explicitly request (as opposed to reviewing a draft or abstract). In particular, the papers must be submitted in the required format. We reserve the right to reject without review the submissions that do not follow the format guidelines.

All proposals should be submitted through the Easychair

https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=isgov2022

Note 2: To identify track, please add below research title.

Publisher

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TBD

Important Dates

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Submission Deadline May 30, 2022

Notification Due June 30, 2022

Final Version Due July 30, 2022

Event September 12-14, 2022

General Chairs

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Gerardo Haces-Atondo, Autonomous University Of Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, Autonomous Mexico State University, Mexico.

Jose Melchor Medina-Quintero, Autonomous University Of Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Demian Abrego-Almazan, Autonomous University Of Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Fernando Ortiz-Rodriguez, Autonomous University Of Tamaulipas, Mexico.

Program Committee

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TBD

Venue Chair

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TBD

Web site

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Lic. Juan Pablo Martinez Valdez, jpmartinez@apps2.mx.

Source: http://www.isgovc.org/