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2011 Framework for a set of E-Government Core Indicators

2011 Framework for a set of E-Government Core Indicators

Globally  comparative  e‐government  indicators  can  assist  users  to  understand  the  status  of  e‐government,  both  nationally  and  internationally.  Consequent  actions  include  better  strategic management of e‐government policies and development of programs that contribute to economic and social development through access to government services online.

This  Framework  proposes  a  set  of  globally  comparative  e‐government  core  indicators,  reflecting  the emphasis on e‐government by the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) 1  and the suggestion by the  UN  Statistical  Commission  that  the  Partnership  on  Measuring  ICT  for  Development  extend  its core list of ICT indicators to include indicators on ICT use in government.


Rapor: Framework for a set of E-Government Core Indicators

Tarih: 2011

2011 Mobile Government

2011 Mobile Government: Mobile Technologies for Responsive Governments and Connected Societies

mobile phones are becoming the most rapidly adopted technology in history and the most popular and widespread personal technology in the world. additionally, they play an increasingly important role in providing access to the internet. access to mobile networks is available to 90% of the world population, and to 80% of the population living in rural areas, according to the itU world telecommunication/ict indicators database; and among oecd countries mobile broadband subscriptions grew at a compounded annual growth rate of 20% between 2007 and 2009, according to the oecd communications outlook 2011.

given this unparalleled advancement of mobile communication technologies, governments are turning to m-government to realise the value of mobile technologies for responsive governance and measurable improvements to social and economic development, public service delivery, operational efficiencies and active citizen engagement. the interoperability of mobile applications, which support quick access to integrated data and location-based services, paves the way for innovative public sector governance models – also called mobile governance or m-governance – based on the use of mobile technology in support of public services and information delivery.


Rapor: Mobile Government

Tarih: 2011

2009 ITU eGovernment Implementation Toolkit

2009 ITU e-Government Implementation Toolkit: A Framework for e-Government Readiness and Action Priorities

This paper on e-government readiness assessment serves as an introduction to the “ITU e-Government Implementation Toolkit”. The Toolkit, to be developed in several modules, will examine key dimensions of the e-government environment to help decision makers identify priority areas for action, based on their level of readiness and national development strategies.

The e-Government Readiness Assessment Framework aims to assist decision makers from low, lower middle and upper middle income countries in determining the condition of e-government in their countries; comparing it to the status of e-government in other economies, and identifying priority areas for further action. To this end, the framework provides a comprehensive overview of publicly and freely available data, collected by United Nations agencies, international finance institutions, business organisations and non-governmental organisations (NGOs), which can be used to understand the e-government readiness of a country. Our purpose is not to collect new data, but to promote the understanding and use of existing e-government data collections by calling attention to the aspects they provide information about, as well as to their strengths and weaknesses.


Rapor: ITU eGovernment Implementation Toolkit

Tarih: 2009

2008 Electronic Government for Developing Countries

2008 Electronic Government for Developing Countries

The purpose of this report is to examine the adoption of e-Government services in countries with developing economies. The day-to-day business of government is built on information. Information is a critical resource that helps to ensure the accountability of government, enables governments to manage its operations, and allows the public to participate in the governance of their country. With the revolutionary changes that ICTs are bringing to our global society, governments worldwide continue to develop more sophisticated ways to digitize its routines and practices so that they can offer the public access to government services in more effective and efficient ways. Across the world, 173 of 190 countries use the Internet to deliver government services. These activities are broadly referred to as digital government, which is an “umbrella term that comprises all uses of information and telecommunication technologies in the public sector” (Garson p. 18). e-Government focuses on the utilization of information and communication technologies (ICT) to deliver government services. e-Government is part of other closely related efforts in digital government. The term e-governance characterizes efforts to use ICTs for political purposes and the organization of political activity in a country. This report examines e-Government, although some examples could be regarded as e-governance initiatives. The challenges and issues of implementing e-Government systems will also be relevant to implementing ICTs to build systems to support e-governance.


Rapor: Electronic Government for Developing Countries

Tarih: 2008

İstatistik Tabloları

Ülkeler tarafından periyodik olarak gönderilen  ve başta Birleşmiş Milletler tarafından hazırlanan “e-Devlet Gelişmişlik Endeksi” oömak üzere farklı uluslararası ölçümleme raporlarında kullanılmak üzere kullanılan, ülkelerin iletişim altyapısına ilişkin istatistiksel verileri içeren tablolara aşağıdaki Microsoft Excel dosyalarından erişilebilir.

2000-2015

Core Household Indicator


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2000-2015

Fixed Broadband


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2000-2015

Fixed Tel Subscriptions


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2000-2015

Mobile Cellular Devices


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2000-2015

Key ICT
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2012-2015

Gender
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