UN E-Government Survey in Media

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E-Government Survey in Media

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E-government - Interacting with the government from any device connected to the internet whether to register grievances or to apply for services is a standard norm throughout the world. One hundred seventy three countries use the internet to deliver government services. It would be nice if we could do the same in Nepal and free ourselves from the struggle of waiting in line at the government agencies only to be greeted by the civil servants least interested to serve the service-seekers.

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In his exclusive interview to AzerTAc`s correspondent, Korean Prime Minister Chung Hongwon has highlighted Azerbaijani-Korean relations, and outlined prospects for future bilateral cooperation.

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A lack of simple and easy information and communication technologies (ICT) is often a barrier for companies to innovate and become more productive. This is the view of global enterprise software giant Oracle, which recently came to the Indian Ocean archipelago of Seychelles to encourage a culture of innovation to the local ICT industry.

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Indonesia to speed up establishment of online government services with help from South Korea.

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South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Cho Tai-young said e-Government system of administration would help improve the performance of the Indonesian government.

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Digital government efforts have gained momentum since the Obama administration first called for sweeping changes to the delivery of citizen services in May 2012.

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To further deepen cooperation between Seoul and several major Chinese cities and provinces, Park Won-soon, the Mayor of Seoul, South Korea, visited Shanghai on November 4 as part of a six-day trip to China.

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Delegates from Namibia’s personnel advisory body, the Public Service Commission, visited Korea from Oct. 22-25 to benchmark the country’s online administration system and human resource management scheme.

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Exclusive interview with Jonas Rabinovitch, Senior Adviser at the United Nations.

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The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) has named Tunisia as the recipient of its award for best services in e-administration, making it the number one in Africa. The UN’s E-Government award recognizes innovation and excellence in online government services and e-content delivery.

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