Sunday, October 5, 2008

Greek Interoperability Centre wins the first prize in eGOV 2008

Members of the Greek Interoperabilty Centre were awarded the first prize in this year’s International Conference on Electronic Government (DEXA – eGOV), that was held on September 3-6, in Torino, Italy. The prize for the most compelling, critical research reflection 2008-2009 was awarded to the paper “Paving the way to eGovernment Transformation: Interoperability Registry Infrastructure Development”, by Aikaterini-Maria Sourouni, Fenareti Lampathaki, Spiros Mouzakitis, Yannis Charalabidis and Dimitris Askounis, which presented a novel approach for developing Governmental Service Registries.

New Book on Interoperability from IGI Global – Call for Chapters

IGI Global (formerly IDEA Group Inc.) announces the Call for Chapter proposals for the new book “Interoperability in Digital Public Services and Administration: Bridging E-Government and E-Business”, edited by Yannis Charalabidis from National Technical University of Athens. Brief chapter proposals are welcome by December 15, 2008. More information on this publication and the Call for Chapters can be found at