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Scaling 22 places in 4 years to 96th rank, India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has managed to break into the top 100 of United Nations E-Government Index (EGDI).

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The United States moved up a single spot – from 12th to 11th -- in the most recent United Nations E-Government Survey, a measure of how well a country is implementing e-government practices. In 2003, the first year the survey was conducted, the U.S. topped the list.

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Naciones Unidas publicó la edición 2018 del reporte E-government Survey, en el cual Uruguay se posiciona como el país de América Latina y el Caribe con mayor índice en relación al gobierno digital. Este informe se elabora cada dos años y es la tercera vez consecutiva que nuestro país lidera en el continente. E-government Survey 2018 analiza un conjunto de indicadores que refieren al avance de las administraciones públicas en materia digital. En esta edición, por primera vez, Uruguay alcanzó el grupo de países con nivel muy alto.

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Moscow the has been ranked as the top city as regards e-government services, followed by Cape Town and Tallinn (second, tie) and by London and Paris (fourth, tie).

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The latest UN e-government survey rankings released last week place India at rank 96, out of 193 countries. India has been bettering its relative e-governance capabilities consistently, from rank 107 in 2016, and 118 in 2014. Significantly, along with the improved ranking, India has transitioned from the ‘middle-‘ to the ‘high-EGDI’ (e-government development index) level group, “reflecting improved online presence boosted by strategies linking digital policies to national development.”

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India has jumped 22 places to break into the top 100 of the United Nation’s E-Government Index 2018.

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The UN has just published the 2018 edition of its e-Government survey. While Europe continued to dominate the top spots (Denmark is number 1), Asia’s leading nations did well. Digging beneath the numbers, the qualities that leading e-government nations seem to share are not what they do but how they do it.

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The 2018 United Nations E-Government Survey is the product of collective efforts of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA). Malaysia has undeniably climbed in their rankings over the past two years, from being in the 60th place in 2016 to the 48th place in 2018.

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The United Nations has piloted a study on e-government development in 40 cities around the globe for the very first time. Moscow has topped the e-government survey followed by Cape Town and Tallinn.

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Bangladesh has been ranked 115th among 193 countries in the UN E-Government Survey 2018, advancing 35 steps since 2012.

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