UAE ranks 28th in the world in e-Government: UN

UAE ranks 28th in the world in e-Government UN(United Nations) – The United Arab Emirates has climbed 21 places to stand at 28th rank in the 2012 United Nations e-Government survey of more than 190 countries. It had stood at 49th rank in 2010. UAE leads the rest of the Arab World with Bahrain following in at 36th place.
Recently His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, while chairing the UAE Cabinet, announced a full-scale adoption of electronic transformation with the “Minister eBriefcase” and “Knowledge Centre” initiatives, that allows ministers to stay up-to-date and follow-up on the implementation of cabinet resolutions at different federal ministries.

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