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Angola stands in the 127th position in the ranking of the United Nations electronic governance ranking, after having risen 31 places from the year 2005 today.

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The United Nations E-Government Survey 2008, published by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, brings some good news for Bangladesh. Ranked 142nd this time, the country has done well on 2004 and 2005.

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Oman Air website has been awarded for the third successive year a Gold Award by Oman Web Awards this year in Travel & Tourism, accomplishing success amongst 13 entries within this category.

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In spite of the growing Internet connectivity, increasing awareness of the Right to Information Act and a spurt in funding for e-governance programmes, the digital divide between the government and its citizens seems to be widening in India. The country's has fallen from a rank of 87 in 2005 to 113 in 2008 on e-government readiness.

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Oman Air website has been awarded for the third successive year a Gold Award on Oman Web Awards, this year in Travel & Tourism, accomplishing success amongst 13 entries within this category.

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从近几年联合国公共经济与公共管理局(United Nations Division for Public Economics and Public Administration,以下部分简称联合国)在全球电子政务评估方面所做的连续性调查及公布的系列研究报告中,可总结出其评估体系的四个特色,对正确引导中国电子政务评估的研究与实践至少提供三点启示。

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In February 2008, the United Nations (UN) released its most recent survey of e-government readiness around the world. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) were the highest ranked countries in the Middle East. The UAE moved up to 32nd spot from 42nd in 2005. All the Gulf countries made major improvements reflecting the regional drive towards developing knowledge-based economies.

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The UN E-Government Survey 2008: From E-Government to Connected Governance assesses the e-government readiness of the 192 Member States of the UN according to a quantitative composite index of e-readiness based on website assessment, telecommunication infrastructure, and human resource endowment. ICTs can help reinvent government in such a way that existing institutional arrangements can be restructured and new innovative arrangements can flourish, paving the way for a transformed government.

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The United Nations recently published its 2008 Global E-Government Review, an exhaustive comparator of countries and trends from all regions of the world. Relative to the last such undertaking in 2005, Canada's performance is stagnant, up one place from seventh to eighth. Noteworthy as well is that the U.S. fell from first to fourth, displaced by Sweden, Denmark and Norway, underscoring the widening gap between Europe and North America.

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In the latest UN study on e-government readiness, Moldova finishes last among all countries in Eastern Europe. Europe's poorest country is the least prepared for e-government. Meanwhile, Transdniestria pushes forward on its own and emulates Taiwan with its plan to bring all government services online.

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