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e-governance for Israel’s children

To remain on top of R&D and continue the entrepreneurial spirit Israel has initiated training for its young kids (Israeli…

Ranked: Indian States on Literacy Rate

The state of Literacy in India is a key socio-economic indicator and the performance of Government. The Indian literacy rate…

Electronic Signature Law in Israel

Israel introduced Electronic Signature Law in 2001. The law is introduced to give an impetus to e-governance and e-commerce in…

Campus – The Israeli Project for Digital Learning

The current technological developments allow each person to learn anywhere, anytime. Today, a connection to the internet is all one…

WeGO – providing knowledge collaboration platform

The World e-government organization of cities and local governments (WeGO) is an international cooperative body of cities and local governments…

Standardization for product and service identification

United Nations Government Marketplace (UNGM) is a global market place of more than 17 billion dollars annually for all types…

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Estonia

2020 UN E-gov Index# 3

Ranked #10 in Index of Economic Freedom, Estonia is the Silicon Valley of Europe. It has the highest number of start-ups per head of population, and is the first country to vote online.

South Korea

2020 UN E-gov Index# 2

Korea has the best high speed internet penetration and its citizens are one of the most wired people on planet. Korea boasts of green, capable and reliable e-government system.

Israel

2020 UN E-gov Index# 30

With 4.5% GDP spending in research, state of Israel plays the role of venture capitalist. Israel is a world leader in information security technologies that lie at the heart of e-government system.

United Kingdom

2020 UN E-gov Index# 7

Digital UK’s focus is giving a personal experience to government service beneficiaries and stakeholders. The focus that government has adopted is to bring transformation in whole services and whole organisation keeping citizen at the center.

New Zealand

2020 UN E-gov Index# 8

New Zealand’s approach is citizen first. To that end New Zealand is ensuring culture shift in terms of processes and practices, making data driven decisions and using emerging technologies. 

Canada

2020 UN E-gov Index# 28

Canada has been land of start-up, innovators and creators. However, the number of companies with over billion dollar revenue is tiny.  Canada is focusing on Scaling up Canadian Businesses, Develop Talent, Build a Digital Society and Leverage IP and Promote Value of Data to build its Digital Economy.

Portugal

2020 UN E-gov Index# 35

Portugal having a long tradition IT engineering, is one of the top 3 countries with maximum fiber to the home coverage in Europe and average GDP expenditure in ICT sector of 6%. The country is on a mission to enhance well being and digital competencies through national initiatives such as INCoDE 2030.

Uruguay

2020 UN E-gov Index# 26

In 2018, Uruguay became the only Latin American country and one of the three countries from the Americas in the group of countries with very high EGDI, the other two being the United States and Canada . The Government of Uruguay is committed to the digitalization of all services by 2020 as

a presidential goal.

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