International Conference of Digital Transformation on Governance

Friday-Saturday, 25-26 November 2022

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The International Conference of Digital Transformation on Governance (CITEGOV) focuses on Applied Computing and Digitally System in Governance in feature "The Future of Governance in the Era of Digital Transformation towards Sustainable Development".  Digital Transformation – such as efficiency, equity, transparency, trust, etc. — serve as the compass and goals for the development and implementation of digital innovations for governance and public service. Recent developments in digital innovations — such as artificial intelligence, IoT, blockchain, social networking platforms, 5G, etc.— offer strategic opportunities for public value creation. These digital innovations are tools for us to solve monumental challenges facing our society such as pandemics, climate change, and sustainable development. However, at the same time, the fast advancement of technologies could further accentuate the digital divide between individuals, organizations, communities, and nations. This Conference organized by KAPSIPI and Universitas Muhammadiyah Mataram

Specifically, the conference aims to advance both research and practice of governance and public value creation via digital innovations by leveraging collaboration and community-oriented solutions in an inclusive manner. Inclusivity bridges the digital divide in the development, access, and use of information and communication technology. Collaboration can span boundaries of organizations, sectors, and national borders. A community-oriented holistic approach integrates various technologies and stakeholders to create public values.


"The Future of Governance in Digital Transformation towards Sustainable Development"


1. E-Government and Public Service
2. Big Data and IoT
3. Digital Transformation in Local Government 
4. Infrastructure and Digital Economy
5. Information Society and Digital
7. Social Media on Governement
6. Digital Era and Government

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Dr Anand is a specialist in environmental economics and public policy with a focus on the interface of urban economy, environment and sustainability. Dr Anand has held various leadership positions including as the Head of Centre for International Development at Bradford (2010-2015). Currently he is the PI of a three year British Academy funded project on infrastructure governance for inclusive, smart and sustainable cities (jointly with Prof Rajan of IIT Madras, India). He was the team leader and principal author of the Mongolia National Human Development Report 2011 titled From vulnerability to sustainability for UNDP. Previously, he had co-organised and led two international workshops at Cambridge (2006 and 2009) and a major international conference at Bradford (2011). He served as elected member of the Senate (2007-2010 and 2013-18) and elected member of senate on the University Council (2015-18). He is a council member of the Development Studies Association and a Fellow of the Human Development and Capability Association.


Keynote Speaker

Professor Prathivadi Anand

Professor-Public Policy & Sustainablity

University of Bradford, United Kingdom


Professor Eko Purnomo is Specialist in Government Science. He gradueted from Universitas Gadjah Mada for Bachelor degree in Government Science (2001) and Master Study in Political Science (2005). He also graduated for doctoral degree of Pilitical Sciences at University of Bradford (2014). He has a dozens publication in his scope that has a highest impact in their fields.

prof Eko

Professor Eko Priyo Purnomo, S.IP., M.Si., M.Res., Ph.D.

Professor-Government Science

Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia


Ash Enrici is an assistant professor at the Lilly School of Philanthropy and a McKinney Family Fellow of Environmental Resilience and Philanthropy. Her current research project investigates how private foundations affect marine conservation. She has conducted research in contexts such as Indonesia, Fiji, Palau, and the mid-Atlantic of the United States. Using a political ecology lens, her work has included topics of environmental justice, ecosystem-based management, and payment for ecosystem services. She uses collaborative methods of knowledge co-production, ethnography, and Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA). In her free time Ash explores the ocean as a free diver and has been a certified instructor of freediving since 2015. Originally from Chicago, she has a Master’s in Applied Anthropology and a PhD in Geographical Sciences, both from the University of Maryland..


Professor Ashley Enrici

Assistant Professor of Philanthropic Studies; McKinney Family Fellow of Environmental Resilience & Philanthropy

Indiana University, United States


Iwan Tanjung Sutarna is Specialist in Government Science. He graduated from Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta for Bachelor Degree in Governmental Science and Master Study in Public Administration at Universitas Gadjah Mada. He has a dozens publication in his scope that strongly relate with CITEGOV 2022.


Dr. Iwan tanjung sutarna

Universitas Muhammadiyah Mataram, Indonesia.




About Us

CITEGOV 2022 held to support the agenda of digital transformation. It is part of the process of higher technology, which is a change related to its application to all aspects of life contained in society, including in the development process and government, including in Indonesia. On the government side, digital transformation is broader than just changing services to online but how to integrate all service areas so as to produce changes in business processes and be able to create "value" that gives satisfaction to service users.

On the other hand, the development of digital infrastructure and the skills of human resources in operating e-government services as a form of digital transformation also have a very important role. The challenges facing public services today are getting tougher and more complex and coupled with the Covid-19 pandemic. There needs to be breakthrough and innovative policies in order to overcome problems while still being oriented to the best public services provided to the community.