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Tunisia UN Awards Tunisia First in Africa for e-Governance
The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) has named Tunisia as the recipient of its award for best services in e-administration, making it the number one in Africa. The UN’s E-Government award recognizes innovation and excellence in online government services and e-content delivery.
Tunisia Tunisia: UN e-Government prize, First Country in Africa
Tunisia has won the United Nation's prize for the best administrative e-services in 2014.
United Arab Emirates Innovation Days Launches to Support Arab World's Networked Economy
Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government, and SAP Bring Global Smart Government Experts on Smart Government Initiatives. Dubai - Driving the Arab World's Networked Economy, The Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government, and SAP launched today the "Innovation Days" series.
United Arab Emirates MBRSG, SAP Launch 'Innovation Days' Initiative to Support Arab World's Networked Economy
Dubai - In a bid to drive the Arab world's networked economy,the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government has joined hands with SAP , a market leader in enterprise application software,to launch a new thought leadership initiative -the 'Innovation Days'series.
Qatar Qatar Ranked 44th in e-Government Among 193 Countries
Qatar has improved its position in the global e-government ranking based on the recently released ‘United Nations E-Government Survey 2014.’
Tunisia Tunisia Leads Africa for 'e-Governance'
Tunisia won the United Nations E-Government Survey Special Award for 2014, TAP reported on Monday (October 20th).
Bahrain eGovernment Services : ‘Governments Need to Listen to People’
DT News caught up with Richard Kerby Inter-Regional Adviser, eGovernment Department of Economic and Social Affairs , United Nations, New York.He was here for the launch of the Arabic version of United Nations eGovernment Survey 2014.Mr. Kerby spoke about the challenges faced by countries in implementing eGovernment, women empowerment and public participation.Here are the excerpts of the exclusive interview he had given to DT News.
Bahrain Call to Train the Elderly
Bahrain's older generation must be given training in new technology if eGovernment services are to be successful, according to a visiting United Nations (UN) observer.
Bahrain Gender Equality: ‘E-Government Will Reduce Disparity’
The United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs has released the Arabic version of the UN eGovernment Survey 2014 yesterday after it has been translated into Arabic language.
Bahrain Kingdom Rides High
DT News caught up with Bahrain’s eGovernment Authority CEO Mohammed Ali Al Qaed on the sidelines of the launch of the Arabic version of the United Nations eGovernment Survey 2014 in Bahrain yesterday.
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