The International Academy, Research, and Industry Association, Civismo Digital MX and Ariel University are organising the 11th conference on Digital Society and eGovernments. This conference will take place in the French city of Nice from the 19th to the 23rd March 2017.

About the event

Collocated with other events as part of the DigitalWorld Conference 2017, the ICDS 2017 is an annual conference during which different topics related to the newest technical and scientific achievements in the context of digital society and egovernments are presented and discussed.

The conference registration and attendance is completely open and without any cost. The only required step is to register through this link:

The purpose of the conference

While the 10th International Conference covered a “large spectrum of international topics related to advanced networking, applications, and systems technologies in a digital society”, this conference will touch, among others, several areas of eGovernment, such as:

·        Trends in government-related actions;

·        Trends in IT related governmental/public services;

·        eGovernment services in the context of digital society;

·        Internet and Web Services; and

·        ICT support and applications for eCollaboration.

The conference proposes to examine researches and position papers from a practical perspective, but also invite industries to present the way they are addressing the key problems and solutions they are facing concerning the topics listed above. This perspective enables attendees to build an awareness of the pros and cons of various challenging current issues of the digital society and egovernments.

Find all the information about the conference here.

Expected Participants:

Public sector

State: Pending
Nice, France
Hotel Novotel Cap 3000 in Nice / St Laurent du Var
40 avenue du Verdun
06700 Saint Laurent du Var
Hotel Novotel Cap 3000 in Nice / St Laurent du Var
40 avenue du Verdun
06700 Saint Laurent du Var
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