As the post-2015 United Nations development agenda to guide the world community in the pursuit of inclusive and sustainable development is shaping up, a broad agreement is emerging that accountable public governance is a key enabler to such development, and that digital technology, by empowering citizens with access to vast amounts of governance- and policy-related data and the means to analyse and interpret such data, is a key enabler to accountable public governance. The main purpose of ICEGOV2014 is to explore research and policy implications and discuss the way forward for technology-enabled and data-intensive public governance in the post-2015 world.

The series of International Conferences on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV) brings together governments, academia, the United Nations (UN) system and other international organizations, civil society and the private sector to share the insights and experiences in theory and practice of Electronic Governance. ICEGOV promotes interactions between different groups of stakeholders, from policy-makers, government officials and elected representatives, to researchers, innovators and educators from developing and developed countries, all sharing a common concern that public investment in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Electronic Governance (EGOV) creates public value. ICEGOV creates a forum for such stakeholders to discuss effective ways to work together across the national, thematic, development, political and other boarders towards addressing this concern.

Following earlier conferences in Macao (ICEGOV2007), Cairo (ICEGOV2008), Bogotá (ICEGOV2009), Beijing (ICEGOV2010), Tallinn (ICEGOV2011), Albany (ICEGOV2012) and Seoul (ICEGOV2013), the ICEGOV conference series has become a source of significant research and policy events, able to reach to global and multi-stakeholder audiences. On average, every ICEGOV conference attracts 136 submissions from 51 countries and is attended by over 400 participants from more than 50 developed and developing countries, including representatives from government (40%), academia (36%), industry and civil society (14%), and international and UN system organizations (10%).

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To be determined, Tunisia


20-22 October 2015


University of Carthage

Tunisian Management Scientific Society

United Nations University

Operating Unit on Policy-Driven Electronic Governance, UNU-EGOV


Transparent and Accountable Governance for Post 2015 Development – Towards Engagement and Collaboration

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