E-government research demonstrates its relevance to practice and, consequently, influences and shapes government strategies and implementations. Conversely, e-government practice also inspires e-government research. A wide range of topics has received scholarly attention like the assessment and evaluation of e-government projects. Some related topics includes the use of Data Science in government, the integration and interoperation in government, transformation, smart government, organizational change, citizens at the center, open and big data, adoption and diffusion. Additionally open government, social media, ICT supporting policy modeling, and the role of information and communication technology for development appear to be among prevalent topics in e-government papers, workshops and panels. Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

Track Chair: Dr. Karim Al-Yafi