Panels

Chair: Teresa Harrison (University at Albany) and Richard Flanagin (College of Staten Island, CUNY)
 
Panel proposals may address themes or topics related to any of the tracks for the conference. Additionally, we welcome panel proposals that put a spotlight on practice and application. Proposals from practitioners at all levels of government featuring experiences with, perspectives on, and evaluations of digital government practice are encouraged. Individuals interested in submitting panel proposals are invited to consult the panel co-chairs about their ideas prior to developing their submissions. Please send expressions of interest for panel development to Teresa Harrison (tharrison@albany.edu) and Richard Flanagan (Richard.Flanagan@csi.cuny.edu).
 
The proposal for a panel submission should be approximately 2 to 4 pages. Please include information about the theme and goals of the panel, a summary of the digital government issues or questions that the panel will address, a description of the value of the discussion to conference attendees and how well suited the topic is to panel presentation or discussion. In addition, the proposal should include information about the expertise of the moderator and panelists in the selected issues. Please include names, institutional affiliations, addresses, email, and phone contact numbers of the contact person, moderator, and presenter(s).