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BPM 2007 is the fifth in a conference series that provides one of the most prestigious forums for researchers and practitioners in all aspects of business process management. The conference has a record of attracting innovative research of the highest quality related to all aspects of business process management (theory, frameworks, methods, techniques, software architectures, empirical findings). BPM 2007 has the explicit aim to contribute to a closer link between BPM academics and practitioners through a series of workshops, tutorials, and co-located events.
The theme of this international workshop is the role of business process management and related process technologies as significant opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of government - including local/state, federal/national, and trans-national government. The aim of the workshop is to provide an international forum for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners in e-government and business processes to exchange ideas on developments in this field, and to report their experiences of projects and initiatives relevant to the workshop theme.
Workshop participants are invited to submit papers. The workshop programme committee will moderate these submissions, and selected participants will be asked to present their papers to the workshop audience for discussion. All workshop participants shall receive a printed copy of the workshop proceedings. The workshop structure will incorporate invited speakers, break-out sessions on selected topics, and a plenary question and answers session with an international panel of distinguished researchers and practitioners. A workshop dinner will be held on the evening of 27th September 2007.
This workshop is intended for an international audience of researchers and practitioners in government, industry, and academia who are concerned with developing and deploying improvements to government business processes. This event has the support of National ICT Australia (NICTA) and the National Centre for Information Systems Research (NCISR) of the Australian National University (ANU). Representatives of Australian government and State government agencies have been consulted about this proposal, and the event organisers encourage the submission of experience reports from government.