The Digital Government Society welcomes the following Liaison Committee members: Chris Reddick (Chair), Luis Luna-Reyes, Yu-Che Chen, SehlMellouli, Vishanth Weerakkody, and Dolores Edwiges Luna Reyes. The Laison Committee will work out a strategy to build bridges with other societies and related conferences, and create a structure and process for special interest groups. The Liaison Committee Charter is available here.
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- Full research track: Niharika Sachdeva and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru, "Social Networks for Police and Residents in India: Exploring Online Communication for Crime Prevention"
- Short papers track: David Valle-Cruz, Rodrigo Sandoval-Almazan, and J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, "The Effects of Technology Use on Efficiency, Transparency, and Corruption in Municipal Governments: Preliminary Results from a Citizen Perspective"
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