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The UN compiles the e-government survey and releases the index every two years after the evaluation of member countries’ e-government levels. It had revealed six core assessment items every time before the launch of evaluations. The e-government evaluation standards of the 2016 United Nations (UN) survey, however, were undisclosed.

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During the last two years, Ukraine has risen by 25 points in e-government and by 45 points – in e-participation. In the general rating, Ukraine's rank is 62.

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A new United Nations survey detailing e-government trends shows the number of nations offering open datasets more than doubled since 2014.

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MINSK, 1 August (BelTA) – Belarus now stands at the 49th position out of 193 countries in the E–Government Development Index according to the UN E-Government Survey 2016, BelTA has learned.

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Manama, July 31 (BNA): Bahrain has maintained its leading status in e-Government for the fourth time in a row, as revealed by the United Nations eGovernment Survey 2016.

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UAE - The UAE has moved up by four ranks in its position in the e-smart services index of the E-Government Development Index (EGDI) issued by the United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs (UNDESA)--ranking 8th (0.8913) globally with the Republic of Estonia. The EGDI is an important component in the overall index used to determine growth in e-government development.

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BRUNEI Darussalam’s ranking in e-Government initiatives penetration showed a slight improvement during a 2016 survey carried out by the United Nations (UN). The Sultanate is ranked 83rd out of 193 countries globally, up three notches from 86 in the last survey conducted in 2014.

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The United Kingdom, followed by Australia and the Republic of Korea, lead the world in providing government services and information through the Internet, according to a new survey released by the United Nations showing the progress of nations in promoting e-government.

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Young ICT innovators fro Uganda will now benefit highly from Uganda's Science fund that has for ages been perceived as a fund be restricted to agro, bio and chemical science innovations.

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In October 2013, the Rwandan government announced it had started to cover the lush green, rolling hills of the capital with wireless hotspots.

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