E - GOVERNMENT SOLUTION
E-Government Development Index (EGDI)
The E-Government Development Index presents the state of E-Government Development of the United Nations Member States. Along with an assessment of the website development patterns in a country, the E-Government Development index incorporates the access characteristics, such as the infrastructure and educational levels, to reflect how a country is using information technologies to promote access and inclusion of its people. The EGDI is a composite measure of three important dimensions of e-government, namely: provision of online services, telecommunication connectivity and human capacity.
is the public
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with the aim of
participation in the
process and making
Traditionally, the interaction between a citizen or business and a government agency took place in a government office. With emerging information and communication technologies it is possible to locate service centers closer to the clients. Such centers may consist of an unattended kiosk in the government agency, a service kiosk located close to the client, or the use of a personal computer in the home or office.
Better Service Delivery to Citizens
Better Health Care System
Improved Services for Businesses
Better Tax Administration
Transparency & Anticorruption
Empowerment and engagement through Information