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Iran Jumps 20 Notches in  United Nations’ E-Gov’t Survey
Iran Jumps 20 Notches in  United Nations’ E-Gov’t Survey
Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Iran Jumps 20 Notches in United Nations’ E-Gov’t Survey

Prioritizing the establishment of electronic government was one of the general missions assigned by President Hassan Rouhani to his ministers at the outset of his second term in office
Iran was one of the 17 countries among 193 UN member states that transitioned from middle to high EGDI group
Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Iran Jumps 20 Notches in United Nations’ E-Gov’t Survey

Iran improved its E-Government Development Index and ranked 86th in the world, according to the United Nations’ latest e-government survey. 
In fact, Iran was one of the 17 countries among the 193 UN member states that transitioned from a middle to high EGDI group. 
The report, which is issued every two years, showed that Iran’s EGDI ranking, which measures the use of information and communications technologies to deliver public services, climbed 20 spots from the 106th place in 2016.  

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