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The UAE's e-government services have been ranked just behind developed countries such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the US. This is primarily due to Dubai's initiatives. However, a federal portal remains stalled, because a number of ministerial changes has left the electronic programme in a limbo.

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In the new era of technological advancement that steadily shapes the modern world, a new tool has been introduced to further the goals of the government. The transformation of archaic modes and methods has been steadily transplanted with the use of modern information and communication technologies (ICTs). Changes that created ripples- transforming public policy, laws, and society.

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Injazat Data Systems, a leading IT and business process managed services provider in the region, has announced that it will be a Gold Partner for IDC's upcoming 'IT in Government Roadshow 2008 - MEA Government' to be held on November 19, 2008 at the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE.

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Headlines called the 2008 U.S. election the “first election the Internet won,” pointing to Barack Obama’s campaign skills of integrating technology and social networking tools.

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The 'Capacity Building of E-Government Services, Policies and Content' organised by Information Technology Authority (ITA) in partnership with UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) concludes today with a final session under the auspices of H.E. Mohammed Nasser Al Khasibi, Secretary General, Ministry of National Economy, and the Chairman of ITA.

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MUSCAT - A UN official on Saturday underlined the rapid strides that Oman had made in its drive to provide e-government services to the public.

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DOHA: The Information and Communications Technology’s (ict) contribution to Qatar’s GDP will grow significantly over the next few years, said Chan Meng Khoong, ictQATAR’s Government CIO.

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Across the globe governments are increasing their use of the world wide web as a tool for effective governance, eliminating, for many, the need to ever visit a government office.

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The UAE Ministry of Foreign Trade has announced that it has integrated all applications from Google to support its e-mail, scheduling and business document management activities.

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BRUNEI'S set targets of its e-government plans are "over-ambitious" for the past two years, with the spending of $751.2 million on e-government and services programmes as of September this year, said Government Chief Information Officer and Permanent Secretary at the Prime Minister's Office yesterday.

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