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United Arab Emirates The e-Easiness
The 2014 United Nations e-Government Survey, which was released in the month of June, provides a bird’s eye view of e-Government practices around the world.
United Arab Emirates UAE Ups UAV Ante with $1 Million Prize for Public Service Drones
DARPA may have perfected the Grand Challenge, offering big prizes for technological innovations. But among drone enthusiasts, worldwide creative attention is expected to shift this year to the United Arab Emirates, where the UAE government plans to award more than $1 million in prizes for the best new ideas to improve people’s lives using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Kuwait Kuwait Up 14 Places on UN e-Government Development Index
Kuwait jumped up 14 places in the 2014 UN E-Government Survey's Development Index since 2012, according to the Central Agency for Information Technology (CAIT).
United Arab Emirates UN Lauds Emirates ID as One of the Best in Biometric Programme
The United Nations’ e-Government Survey report includes a special box which describes Emirates ID as one of the world’s best biometric programmes.
Jordan Jordan Jumps 19 Places in Global E-Gov't Ranking
Jordan ranked 79th globally in the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs' (UNDESA) E-Government Survey Report 2014, improving by 19 places compared to 2012.
United Arab Emirates Emirates Identity Authority Among World’s Best in Biometric Population Enrollment: U.N Survey
The Emirates Identity Authority was recognized as one of the world’s best biometric programs, according to the recent United Nation’s e-Government Survey 2014.
United Arab Emirates GCC Governments Ramp Up e-Government Services
Governments across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are ramping up their e-government services in order to meet the demands of constituents, according to industry experts.
Global Oman’s eGovernment Plan to Lead Gulf Region by 2016
Muscat: If Oman continued to move towards eGovernment at the same pace, it would reach the top position in the Gulf region by 2016, from its current middle level rank, Richard Kerby, Senior Inter-Regional Adviser on eGovernment and Knowledge Management of United Nations, said here on Monday.
United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates: A Rising Star in E-Government
How the small Middle Eastern country jumped from 49th to 28th in online service delivery should have state and local CIOs in the United States paying close attention.
Bahrain Bahrain Tops Arab Countries in e-Government Survey
Manama, Jun. 25. (BNA) – Minister of Transportation and Acting CEO of the Economic Development Board (EDB) Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed has lauded the positive results achieved by the kingdom in United Nations e-Government Survey.
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