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The Global E-Government Development Reports and Survey present a systemic assessment of how governments use Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to provide access and inclusion for all. Each Survey offers insights into the different strategies and common themes in e-government development among regions and across them. By studying broad patterns of e-government use, it identifies countries, which have taken a leadership role in promoting E-Government Development and those where the potential of ICT for development has not yet been exploited.
The Surveys aims to inform and improve the understanding of policy makers' choices in their e-government program undertakings. It is a useful tool for government officials, researchers, and the representatives of civil society and the private sector to gain a deeper understanding of the relative position of a country vis-à-vis the rest of the world economies. In this way the Survey rankings hope to contribute to the e-government efforts of the Member States as they move to provide access-for-all.
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