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Iran improved its E-Government Development Index and ranked 86th in the world, according to the United Nations’ latest e-government survey.

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JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh ranked 30th place in the United Nations e-Government Survey on the assessment of municipal portals in 40 cities.

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The 2018 E-Government Survey highlights the complex challenges and varied opportunities of deploying e-government services.

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The Sultanate of Oman ranking has improved in the United Nations eGovernment Survey 2018 published by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), according to the ITA. Oman is ranked 63 out of the 193 member state countries.

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Between the problems with the census and the media coverage around My Health Record, you’d be forgiven for thinking Australia was doing a terrible job at digital transformation.

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Bangladesh has ranked 115th among 193 United Nations member countries in using information technologies to promote access and inclusion of people, progressing nine steps from its position two years ago following the government's move towards digitalisation.

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The Australian government has on Monday called itself a leader in digital government, citing the United Nations 2018 E-Government Survey that it said praised Australia's "ongoing efforts to improve the lives of its citizens through the delivery of simpler and more convenient services".

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Denmark is now the world’s best in e-government initiatives, followed by Australia and Korea, the 2018 United Nations (UN) e-government survey reported.

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Bangladesh has been ranked 115th in the United Nations E-Government Survey 2018 among the 193 countries moving nine notches up from its previous 124th position in 2016.

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Bangladesh has been ranked 115th in the United Nations E-Government Survey 2018 among the 193 countries moving nine notches up from its previous 124th position in 2016.

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