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When a country is as large as Australia, it's a big job to connect the nation's estimated 21 million people with public services. To inform its citizens about how their country can help them, the government created Australia.gov.au, a national Web site linking users to services and information to aid them at home, work and elsewhere.

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As per a report released by the United Nations named "United Nations Survey 2008; from e-Governance to Connected Governance", in e-Governance Readiness for Southern Asia, Pakistan ranks 5th out of nine countries of SARAC, with Maldives, Sri Lanka, Iran and India placed ahead of it. And amongst all the countries across the world, Pakistan ranks 131st with underdeveloped countries like Angola, Algeria, Kenya, Suriname, and Namibia positioned above it. And this situation is so despite the allocation of Rs 25.88 billion by the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication Division for e-governance in Pakistan.

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ISLAMABAD: Despite allocation of Rs 25.88 billion by the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication Division for e-governance, Pakistan ranks 131 in the world with underdeveloped countries like Angola, Algeria, Kenya, Suriname, Namibia, Gabon, Antigua, Barbuda and Guyana ahead.

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Online & mobile phone Google email, scheduling, and business document management capabilities further strengthen UAE e-governance status. Abu Dhabi, UAE - October 18, 2008: The UAE Ministry of Foreign Trade has announced that it has integrated applications from Google, the popular internet search engine, to support its email, scheduling and business document management activities. The Ministry thus becomes the first governmental institution in the Gulf to formally adopt Google services in its daily operations.

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UN takes a look at how member states are doing... The UK has been ranked third in a global chart measuring the readiness of its e-government strategy, according to a report published by the United Nations (UN) this week.

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Or is it not even as good as Denmark's? Ask the UN... Launched in Mexico City yesterday, a new report from the UN has reviewed egovernment worldwide - and discovered, surprisingly, that Britain is the top dog in the world of online services.

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With the Subtitle ‘From E-Government to Connected Governance‘, UN recently published the outcome of its annual e-Government Survey. They compared 192 countries on ‘eGovernment readiness’.

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The United Nations e-Government Survey 2008 presents a comparative assessment of the 192 United Nations Member States’ response to the ever-pressing demands of citizens and businesses for quality government services and products.

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Dubai's integrated electronic payment system (ePay) has collected Dh602 million so far this year and is expected to record revenues of Dh1bn by the end of 2008.

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Korea ranks high on most measures reported in the "United Nations e-Government Survey 2008: From e-Government to Connected Governance." This is the latest in a series of United Nations studies that in some ways are more comprehensive than the Brookings Institution study mentioned in my earlier post.

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