United Nations E-Government Survey 2016
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United Nations E-Government Survey 2016

E-Government in Support of Sustainable Development

Since 2001, the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), Division for Public Administration and Development Management (DPADM) has published the United Nations E-Government Survey (“the Survey”). Now in its ninth edition, the Survey provides an analysis of emerging public administration trends and issues and of how e-government can support the realization of the internationally agreed development agenda and goals. The Survey offers insights about common challenges, broad trends and different strategies in e-government development among regions and across countries. By tracking the progress of countries globally over time, the Survey seeks to better understand the challenges and opportunities that the Member States face in developing their e-government programmes.

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The 2016 United Nations E-Government Survey is the product of a collective effort by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), Division for Public Administration and Development Management (DPADM) and by many external experts, researchers and contributors from other organizations. In particular, the following are acknowledged for their specific roles in its production. Preparation of the publication was undertaken by a group of senior e-government researchers and advisers under the guidance of Juwang Zhu, former Director of DPADM. The report was reviewed and finalized under the overall guidance of Marion Barthélemy, Acting Director of DPADM.