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Vietnam has been ranked 89th out of 193 countries and territories in the e-government development index (EGDI) in 2016, up ten places compared to two years ago, according to the e-government survey 2016 conducted by the United Nations.

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L’île Maurice se positionne à la 58e place parmi les 193 pays figurant dans le classement de l’United Nations E-Government Survey 2016. L’île Maurice est à la première position en Afrique. Le rapport a été rendu public lundi 1er août par l’Organisation des Nations unies (Onu).

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Manama, Aug. 6 (BNA): The Kingdom of Bahrain achieved a ranking of 11th place in the Telecommunications sub-index of the2016 edition of the e-Government Development Index (EGDI), published by the United Nations, which represents an increase of 15 ranks over its previous position in the index in 2014.

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The new United Nations ranking shows a growing number of nations, led by the United Kingdom, are delivering "high levels" of electronic services to the public.

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The report of the United Nations E-Government Survey 2016 has been made public on August 1. It is based on the E-Government Development Index (EGDI) which is calculated using three indexes, namely online services, telecommunications infrastructure, and human resources. Through this survey, governments of the world are evaluated in terms of how much they are taking to information and communication technologies to cater for services.

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A new United Nations report has endorsed the use of e-government as an effective tool for facilitating integrated policies and public service by promoting accountable and transparent institutions, such as through open data and participatory decision-making.

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A United Nations (UN) survey showed the Philippines improving in terms of maximizing information and communications technologies to deliver service to the public.

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Australia has maintained its place as the second-best country for e-government in the biennial United Nations e-government survey.

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A new United Nations report has found that e-government is an effective tool for facilitating integrated policies and public service by promoting accountable and transparent institutions, such as through open data and participatory decision-making, and therefore it has the potential to help support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Australia, the UK and South Korea are world leaders in using e-government to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, according to a United Nations survey.

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