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The second people’s movement of the 1990s brought an end to the Panchayat System paving the way for the multiparty democracy in Nepal. Around the same time, Estonia, a tiny country in Europe, gained independence from the mighty Soviet Union. In less than three decades after independence, Estonia has successfully established itself as one of the most advanced digital democracies in the world. It has built a digital society through an e-governnace system that provides public services online. Nepal, on the other hand, still remains one of the least developed countries in the world where digitisation has not yet taken pace. Now, the highly digitised Baltic democracy is making all public transportation in the country free. One should always get inspired by good examples and to that end, Nepal too could adopt the development model followed by Estonia.

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19 July 2018: The tenth edition of the UN E-Government Survey, published by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), concludes that while e-government began with bringing services online, the future will be about the power of digital government to leverage societal innovation and resilience, and to transform governance to better achieve the SDGs.

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Australia’s New South Wales state has been hit by its worst drought in a century. Its farms have dried up, and farmers are struggling to make ends meet, with many having developed mental health issues from stress.

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The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has held a workshop on “Developments and best practices in the UN E-Government Survey 2018”, in the presence of H.E. Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori, TRA Director General, and H.E. Abdulla Nasser Lootah, Director General of Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority (FCSA), at the InterContinental Dubai – Festival City. The Forum started at 9.00 a.m. with the national anthem followed by opening speeches, then divided into two workshops, one focused on e-participation while the second discussed open & big data and their impact in enhancing digital government orientation.

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Denmark has jumped from ninth to first place in the biennial UN E-Government Survey, a ranking of the world’s best-performing digital governments. The country of just 5.7 million people comes well ahead of larger economies like the US, which spent an estimated $103 billion on digital last year and failed to crack the top ten.

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Information technology development and application in the operation of all Government agencies has been defined as key in national industrialisation and modernisation, Minister and Chairman of the Office of the Government Mai Tiến Dũng highlighted in his writing on the Government news portal baochinhphu,vn on Thursday.

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Korea ranked top in both E-Participation Index (EPI) and E-Government Development Index (EGDI) of the United Nations e-Government Survey in 2010. Since then, Korea has been a global e-government leader over the past decade, ranking first in EPI and third in EGDI of the UN e-Government Survey in 2018. This marvelous achievement, however, did not happen overnight. The Korean e-Government has been evolved through tireless efforts to make people’s lives more convenient and facilitate public participation in the policymaking process. Moon Jae-in administration’s key public participation policies, “Gwanghwamoon 1st Street” and “Blue House Online Petition System,” allow citizens to make policy proposals online and then the government translates the proposals into actual policies. In addition, the government has to answer the questions raised by citizens. And, a public service portal called “Government 24” provides tailored public services to citizens 24 hours a day. The Korean government would like to share experience and know-how on building its globally recognized e-Government with the international community and realize digital innovation by incorporating new technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution into digital government. In doing so, Korea will contribute to promoting constant innovation of government and society.

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THE COUNTRY slid four notches in the United Nations’ 2018 E-Governance Development Index survey.

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According to the UN report, the e-government survey measures e-government effectiveness in the delivery of public services and identifies patterns in e-government development and performance.

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Morocco continues lagging in the United Nations e-Government Survey, published earlier this month (August). In its 2018 edition, the index ranks the Kingdom 110th in the world, stressing at how it failed to keep up with other governments, advancing in the ranking.

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