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IFIP WG 8.5

Aims

The International Federation for Information Processing, Working Group 8.5 was established by IFIP in 1987. WG 8.5 conducts research on Information Systems in Public Administration. It organises working conferences and publishes books on the topic and its specific issues through IFIP.

The aim of WG 8.5 is to improve the quality of information systems in public administration at international, national, regional and local levels. The Working Group's special emphasis lays on a holistic consideration of e-Government and information systems in public administration. Furthermore, it investigates the relationship between central and local use of information systems and the provision of citizen services, together with the accomplishment of social goals.

Scope

Analysis of information processing politics in public administration.
Discussion of specific applications of information systems in public administration.
Analysis of the impacts of information systems on public administration.
Application of the results of other IFIP Working Groups, and specifically of TC 8 Working Groups, to public administration.

Current Officers for the period 2007-2009

Chair

Prof. Dr. M.A. WIMMER
University of Koblenz-Landau
Institute for IS Research, Research Group eGovernment
Universitaetsstr. 1
D-56070 Koblenz, Germany
email: wimmer_AT_uni-koblenz.de

Vice Chair:

Prof. Dr. Hans Jochen Scholl
The Information School
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2840, USA
e-mail: jscholl_AT_u.washington.edu

Secretary:

Dr. Marijn Janssen
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Delft University of Technology
PO Box 5015, 2600 GA Delft, The Netherlands
e-mail: m.f.w.h.a.janssen_AT_tbm.tudelft.nl

Current Members

Lars Algermissen, Germany

Andrea Andrade, Brazil

Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko, Finland

Frank Bannister, Ireland

Victor Bekkers, The Netherlands

Lasse Berntzen, Norway

Francesco Bolici, Italy

Jean-Loup Chappelet, Switzerland

Yannis Charalabidis, Greece

Wichian Chutimaskul, Thailand

Laurens Cloete, South Africa

Sharon Dawes, USA

Rahul De', India

Fiorella de Cindio, Italy

Sara Eriksén, Sweden

Enrico Ferro, Italy

Leif Skiftenes Flak, Norway

Andreás Gábor, Hungary

Fernando Galindo, Spain

Olivier Glassey, Switzerland

Thomas F. Gordon, Germany

Åke Grönlund, Sweden

Meliha Handic, Bosnia and Herzegowina

Helle Zinner Henriksen, Denmark

Keith Horton, UK

Arild Jansen, Norway

Marijn Janssen, The Netherlands

Luiz Antonio Joia, Brazil

 

Michel Klein, France

Ralf Klischewski, Egypt

Trond Knudsen, Norway

Sotirios Koussouris, Greece

Robert Krimmer, Austria

Herbert Kubicek, Germany

Fenareti Lampathaki, Greece

Pilar Lasala, Spain

Ronald Leenes, The Netherlands

Christine Leitner, Austria

Miriam Lips New, Zealand

Janwei Liu, The Netherlands

Euripides Loukis, Greece

Mariusz Luterek, Poland

Ann Macintosh, United Kingdom

Josef Makolm, Austria

Egle Malinauskiene, Lithuania

Rony Medaglia, Italy

Gregoris Mentzas, Greece

Michael E. Milakovich, USA

Carl Erik Moe, Norway

Björn Niehaves, Germany

William Olle, United Kingdom

Monica Palmirani, Italy

Rimantas Petrauskas, Lithuania

Alexander Prosser, Austria

Gerald Quirchmayr, Austria

Charles Raab, UK

Agneta Ranerup, Sweden

Peter Reichstädter, Austria

Nicolau Reinhard, Brazil

Andrea Resca, Italy

Reinhard Riedl, Switzerland

Boriana Rukanova, The Netherlands

Ahti Saarenpää, Finland

Øystein Sæbø, Norway

Hans Jochen Scholl, USA

Maung K. Sein, Norway

Ignace Snellen, The Netherlands

Henk G. Sol, The Netherlands

Maddalena Sorrentino, Italy

Witold Staniszkis, Poland

Themis Tambouris, Greece

Jao-Hua Tan, The Netherlands

A Min Tjoa, Austria

Roland Traunmüller, Austria

Tom M. van Engers, The Netherlands

Anne Fleur van Veenstra, The Netherlands

Mirko Vintar, Slovenia

Francesco Virili, Italy

Melanie Volkhamer, Germany

Maria A. Wimmer, Germany

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