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Saudi society is the most digitally connected in the world. It has the highest use of Twitter per capita, and shares the number two spot with Hong Kong for the highest number of mobile phones per person. Saudi Arabia’s dynamic virtual sphere, comprising the Internet, social media, and mobile devices, makes it an ideal environment for innovative electronic and mobile-based government services.

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Kuwait's State Minister for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah on Tuesday commended the launch of a unified e-gate for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states and a project to link their government networks.

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The Digital Ukraine Project will enhance the transparency and effectiveness of the public sector.

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The GCC e-Government Ministerial Committee will hold its fourth meeting in Doha on Tuesday.

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For all the acclaim that India has received for its software prowess, we continue to fare very poorly in our government’s ability to harness technology to improve people’s lives.

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The highly-esteemed event was attended by Kuwaiti Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Mubarak Al Sabah, Swedish Former Prime Minister John Fredrik Reinfeldt, Ambassador-Head of European Union Delegation to the GCC Region Adam Kulach and nearly 700 delegates from different countries.

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Bahrain has made successive accomplishments in eGovernment within a very short time, Deputy Prime Minister and Supreme Committee for Information and Communication Technology chairman Shaikh Mohammed bin Mubarak Al Khalifa said yesterday.

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Qatar has been recognized for advancements in e-government with the recent release of the United Nations (UN) e-Government Survey, rising to number 27 in the rankings, a significant improvement from its previous ranking of 90 in 2010. The Survey also placed Qatar at number nine in the e-Participation index for 2012.

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Malaysia is looking to make its progress towards environmental sustainability more transparent. This month it released data and rankings of the environmental efforts made by every state in the country. Here’s why it is publishing this information and the challenges that it’s facing.

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Information is power, so they say. Which is why the launch this week by Cape Town authorities of an open data portal should prove to be exciting for any entrepreneur looking to provide solutions to better manage urban challenges.

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