Accepted Papers

No Title
2 Digital strategies in action - a comparative analysis of national data infrastructure development (Bram Klievink, Alessia Neuroni, Marianne Fraefel and Anneke Zuiderwijk)
4 Organizational Transparency Maturity Assessment Method (Kizzy Benjamim, Claudia Cappelli and Gleison Santos)
5 FINEST Twins: platform for cross-border smart city solutions (Ralf-Martin Soe)
7 You’ve got mail: The role of digital civil society platforms in improving Right to Information regimes (Silvana Fumega and Fabrizio Scrollini)
8 Rethinking the crucial impact of ICT in Civil Society Organisations Working in FOI and OGD Fields (Silvana Fumega)
9 The Public Value Creation of eGovernment: An Empirical Study from Citizen Perspective (Olusegun Agbabiaka)
19 E-government Support for Administrative Reform in China (Yumei Chen, Sharon S. Dawes and Shanshan Chen)
26 Online Budget Transparency Innovation in Government: A Case Study of the U.S. State Governments (Christopher Reddick, Akemi Chatfield and Gabriel Purón Cid)
28 From Technology to Social Development. Applying a Public Value Perspective to Digital Government in Local Governments in Mexico (Gabriel Puron-Cid)
30 A Research Agenda for Distributed Hashtag Spoiling: Tails of a Survived Trending Hashtag (Mahdi M. Najafabadi)
34 The role of demographics and healthcare in Smart Cities (Ralf-Martin Soe)
35 Enterprise Architectures for Supporting the Adoption of Big Data (Yiwei Gong and Marijn Janssen)
37 Assessment Methodology in Smart Cities Based on Public Value (Josiane Brietzke Porto and Marie Anne Macadar)
38 eParticipation and the policy cycle: designing a research agenda (Taiane Ritta Coelho, Maria Alexandra Cunha and Marlei Pozzebon)
39 Unleashing Tabular Content to Open Data: A Survey on PDF Table Extraction Methods and Tools (Andreiwid Sheffer Corrêa and Pär-Ola Zander)
40 Competitive Capability Framework for Open Government Data Organizations (Fatemeh Ahmadizeleti and Adegboyega Ojo)
41 Assessing Organizational Characteristics for Smart Urban Governance (Erico Przeybilovicz, Maria Alexandra Cunha and Zsuzsanna Tomor)
43 Reflecting Community Events and Social Interactions through Archived Social Media (Andrea Kavanaugh and Ziqian Song)
44 Extending Open Data Platforms with Storytelling Features (Niall O Brolchain, Adegboyega Ojo, Lukasz Porwol, Eric Karstens, Tilman Wagner and Eva Lopez)
46 eGovernance and online service delivery: Estonia (Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen)
47 Sentiment based Analysis of Tweets during the US Presidential Elections (Ussama Yaqub, Soon Ae Chun, Vijay Atluri and Jaideep Vaidya)
49 Elements that Orient the Regulatory Compliance Verification Audits on IT Governance (Angela Maria Cristina Clara and Edna Dias Canedo)
51 City Ranking Based on Financial Flux Indicator Clustering (Mauricio Barcelos, Andre Barcelos, Flavia Bernardini and Guido Silva)
52 Who is Competing with Policy Idea? Tracking Creative Innovation and Change in Korean Government (Eunmi Lee and Dongwook Kim)
53 Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) as a Tool to Improve the Assessment of Digital Government: The Case of the Mexican State Portals Ranking (Gabriel Puron-Cid, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Dolores E. Luna-Reyes, Luis F. Luna-Reyes, Sergio Picazo-Vela and Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan)
55 E-government, corruption reduction and culture: a study based on panel data of 57 countries (Haoyu Zhao, Aroon Manoharan and Michael Ahn)
57 Community Issue Review: Crystallizing Knowledge for Encouraging Civic Engagement (Feng Sun and Guoray Cai)
58 Transparency in practice: using visualization to enhance the interpretability of open data (Raissa Barcellos, Leandro Miranda, Flavia Bernardini, Jose Viterbo, Cristiano Maciel and Daniela Trevisan)
60 Online Media Use of False News to Frame the 2016 Trump Presidential Campaign (Akemi Takeoka Chatfield, Christopher G. Reddick and Kwong Ping Choi)
63 Information Sharing Success in Korean Metropolitan Governments: Combining Multi-level Factors with Fuzzy-set Analysis (Seok-Jin Eom and Jun Houng Kim)
64 Extending Impact Analysis in Government Social Media Research: Five Illustrative Cases (Rony Medaglia and Lei Zheng)
65 Public Innovation in Digital Social Media Communities. Analysis of NovaGob Using Social Network Analysis (J. Ignacio Criado and Julián Villodre)
69 e-Gov Theory and the Role of Design Science in Transforming Public Governance (Alois Paulin)
70 Engaging Citizens with a Social Platform for Open Data (Gennaro Cordasco, Renato De Donato, Delfina Malandrino, Giuseppina Palmieri, Andrea Petta, Donato Pirozzi, Gianluca Santangelo, Vittorio Scarano, Luigi Serra, Carmine Spagnuolo and Luca Vicidomini)
72 Is it suitable to Follow them Back?: Recommendations for Twitters interested in Politics (Lorena Recalde and Aigul Kaskina)
73 Visualizing Linked Open Statistical Data to Support Public Administration (Efthimios Tambouris, Evangelos Kalampokis and Konstantinos Tarabanis)
77 Value creation, ICT, and co-production in public sector: bureaucracy, opensourcing and crowdsourcing (Antonio Cordella and Andrea Paletti)
78 Citizens’ Use of Microblogs During Emergency: A Case Study on Water Contamination in Shanghai (Qianli Yuan and Mila Gasco-Hernandez)
84 Governance Models and Outcomes to Foster Public Value Creation in Smart Cities (Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar)
85 An artificial intelligence method for digital government assessment. An application of neural networks analysis of a ranking of digital government of Mexican states (Elio Atenógenes Villaseñor-García and Gabriel Puron-Cid)
86 A Guiding Architecture and System for Making Crime Data Available in Brazil (Edvan Soares, Antonio Jorge Delgado, Vanilson Burégio and Kellyton Brito)
87 Predictive Modeling of Surveyed Property Conditions and Vacancy (Stephan Whitaker, Hal Martin, Isaac Oduro, April Hirsh Urban and Francisca García-Cobián Richter)
90 Usability Evaluation of an Open Data Platform (Edobor Osagie, Mohammad Waqar, Samuel Adebayo, Arkadiusz Stasiewicz, Lukasz Porwol and Adegboyega Ojo)
91 Examining Twitter Mentions Between Police Agencies and Public Users through the Lens of Stakeholder Theory (Yun Huang, Qunfang Wu and Youyang Hou)
92 Understanding the Potential of Mobile Government in Developing Countries: The Case of Short Message Service (SMS) Use by a Brazilian State Government (Beatriz Barreto Brasileiro Lanza, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia and Fernando Gimenez)
93 Understanding Transparency and Accountability in Open Government Ecosystems: The Case of Health Data Visualizations in a State Government (Sora Park and Ramon Gil-Garcia)
94 Can big data improve public policy analysis? (Jing Shi)
95 E-Petitioning and Online Media: The Case of Bring Back Our Girls (Teresa Harrison, Catherine Dumas, Nic Depaula, Tim Fake, Will May, Akanksha Atrey, Jooyeon Lee, Lokesh Rishi and S.S. Ravi)
96 Against the shadow: the role of e-Government (Ibrahim Kholilul Rohman and Linda Veiga)
102 On tweets, retweets, hashtags and user profiles in the 2016 American Presidential Election scenario (Wilton Paula Filho, José Viterbo Filho and Isabel Cristina Mello Rosseti)
105 Emerging Technologies in Municipal Governments: A Mexican Case from a Qualitative Approach (David Valle-Cruz and Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan)
108 Open data formats as constraints on collaboration (Anne L. Washington and David Cristian Morar)
112 Cybersecurity Innovation in Government: A Case Study of U.S. Pentagon’s Vulnerability Reward Program (Akemi Takeoka Chatfield and Christopher G. Reddick)
121 Exploring and Demonstrating the Once-Only Principle: A European Perspective (Robert Krimmer, Tarmo Kalvet, Maarja Toots, Aleksandrs Cepilovs and Efthimios Tambouris)
122 The Mediating Role of Trust for Inter-Organizational Information Sharing (IIS) Success in the Public Sector (Djoko Sigit Sayogo, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Felippe Cronemberger and Widagdo Bambang)
123 Can Deliberative Governance Become Inclusive? (Cyril Velikanov)
124 Boundaryless Objectives and Mediating Structures: Examining Boundary Objects’ Centrality to Inter-Organizational Information Integration and Sharing (IIS) Success in the Public Sector (Felippe Cronemberger, Djoko Sigit Sayogo and J. Ramon Gil-Garcia)
125 Achieving Data-Driven Smart Cities: A Closer Look at Critical Data Factors (Megan Sutherland and Meghan Cook)
126 The relevance of geovisualization in Citizen Participation processes (Amal Marzouki, Frederick Lafrance, Sylvie Daniel and Sehl Mellouli)
130 An Empirical Study on the Effect of Information Security Activities: Focusing on Technology, Institution, and Awareness (Wookjoon Sung and Seungyeoup Kang)
131 Research on Distribution of Responsibility for De-identification Policy of Personal Information (Moonho Joo, Sang-Pil Yoon, Sahang-Yoon Kim and Hun-Yeong Kwon)
143 Investigating trust in information and impression management of students on Facebook (Guruprasad Gadgil, Victor Prybutok and Daniel Peak)


No Title
62 Once Only Principle: Benefits, Barriers and Next Steps (Efthimios Tambouris, Maria Wimmer, Robert Krimmer, Ramon Gil-Garcia and Akemi Chatfield)
83 Data Collaboratives: How to Create Value from Data for Public Problem Solving? (Iryna Susha, Marijn Janssen, Stefaan Verhulst and Theresa Pardo)
129 Building and Sustaining a Digital Government Research Center: A Director’s Perspective (Theresa Pardo, Marijn Janssen, Lei Zheng, Peter Parycek and Maria Alexandra Cunha)
133 Open Government Data Policy and Governance: Applicability of Ecosystem Approach. Comparative Cross-country Analysis (Evgeny Styrin)
144 Digital Government Journals and the Peer-Review Process: The Roles of Editors and Reviewers in Producing High-Quality Publications (Charles Hinnant and Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan)


No Title
120 Methods and Tools for Publishing and Reusing Linked Open Statistical Data (Efthimios Tambouris, Evangelos Kalampokis, Marijn Janssen, Robert Krimmer and Konstantinos Tarabanis)


No Title
165 Cognitive Analytics of Málaga City (Jacobo Garnacho)


No Title
149 Citizen Co-production through Open Data: Cases of Citizen Training and Engagement (Mila Gasco, Erika Martin, Luigi Reggi, Sunyoung Pyo and Luis F. Luna-Reyes)
153 Drivers of Smart Governance: towards to evidence-based policy-making (Peter Parycek and Gabriela Viale Pereira)
145 Public Managers’ Perceptions about Open Government: A Factor Analysis of Concepts and Values (Edgar Alejandro Ruvalcaba Gomez, J. Ignacio Criado and J. Ramon Gil-Garcia)
146 City Resilience as a Framework to Understand Smart Cities: Dimensions and Measurement (Kangchen Li, Yumei Chen and Luis F. Luna-Reyes)
160 VR-Participation: On the feasibility of next-gen Virtual Reality technologies as Participation channel (Lukasz Porwol and Adegboyega Ojo)
161 E-Participation Development Factors: the Results of an Expert Survey (Lyudmila Vidiasova, Dmitrii Trutnev and Evgenii Vidiasov)
163 Blockchain Voting and its effects on Election Transparency and Voter Confidence (Teogenes Moura and Alexandre Gomes)
148 The Influence of the Institutional Arrangements on the Success of Government Web Portals (Martha Avila-Maravilla and Luis F. Luna Reyes)
99 “miCiudad” (myCity) – Promoting Citizen Engagement to Improve Service Delivery in Cities (Valentin Robles, Manuel Rios, Federico Rudolf and Thomas Rahman)
155 Building a Reference Model and an Evaluation Method for cities of the Brazilian Network of Smart and Human Cities (Gabriela Viale Pereira, Marciele Berger Bernardes, Flávia Bernardini, Cláudia Cappelli and André Gomyde)
147 Value Research on Open Government Data: Cases of Shanghai Open Data Apps in China (Wenzeng Lyu and Lei Zheng)
157 E-Government Services and Social Media Adoption: Experience of Small Local Governments in Nebraska (Xian Gao and Jooho Lee)
158 A Tool for Automatic Assessment and Awareness of Privacy Disclosure (Paolo Cappellari, Soon Chun and Mark Perelman)
159 The Role of Social Media Sites on Social Movements against Policy Changes (Sergio Picazo-Vela, Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, Gabriel Puron-Cid, Luis F. Luna-Reyes, Dolores Edwiges Luna, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia and Luis Hernández-Juárez)
154 Evaluation on Social Media User's Knowledge Behavior Model (Daphna Shwartz-Asher, Soon Ae Chun and Nabil R. Adam)
135 Justice of the Marquesa: A Twitter Trend Analysis Using Text Mining and Word Clouds (David Valle-Cruz, Josué E. Vega-Hernández and Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan)
10 Provenance Metadata of Open Government Data Based on PROV-JSON (Hongyu Chen, Jun Zhai, Changfeng Yuan and Yan Lin)
168 Best Practices in the Management of IT Outsourcing in the Public sector (Francois Duhamel, Isis Gutiérrez-Martínez, Jaime Eduardo Macias-Figueroa, Sergio Picazo-Vela and Luis Felipe Luna-Reyes)
150 Overcoming the Privacy Challenges of Wearable Devices: A Study on the Role of Digital Literacy (Loni Hagen)
167 Is Ukraine Ready for Open Government? (Zakhar Berkovich)


No Title
127 Factors influencing Students online behavior on Social Networking sites (Guruprasad Gadgil)
132 Open Data Ecosystem through Systems Thinking - A System Dynamics Modeling Approach (Mahdi M. Najafabadi)
136 The people side of DAT: Reconnoitering Collaborative Practices and Data Analytics Technology use in Smart Cities initiatives (Felippe Cronemberger)
137 What is the organizational configuration of a public organizations that co-produces public services through ICTs? (Andrea Paletti)
138 Citizen Service and Information System (CSIS) Performance and Success Factors (Xian Gao)
139 User-centered e-government: A study of supply and demand of immigration services in Mexico’s southern border (Luz Maria Garcia-Garcia)


Track Title
1 Social Media and Government
(Track chair: Andrea Kavanaugh ( and Rodrigo Sandoval)
2 Organizational Factors, Adoption Issues and Digital Government Impacts
(Track chair: Jing Zhang (, Yu-Che Chen, Lei Zheng)
3 Opening and Engaging Government: from open data to collaboration
(Track chair: Marijn Janssen (, Vishanth Weerakkody, and Adegboyega Ojo)
4 Smart Cities, Smart Citizens and Smart Government
(Track chair: Sehl Mellouli ( and Yigal Arens)
5 Cyber Security in Governments
(Track chair: Loni Hagen (, Hun-Yeong Kwon, Wookjoon Sung and Soon Ae Chun)
6 Beyond Bureaucracy, Co-Producing Governance & New Models of Governance
(Track chair: Alois Paulin ( and Leonidas Anthopoulos)
7 Participatory Democracy
(Track chair: Claudia Cappelli (, Cristiano Maciel, José Viterbo Filho)
8 Open Government Data Policies & Politics
(Track chair: Boyi Li ( and Kyung Ryul Park)