National E-Strategies for Development
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National E-Strategies for Development

Global Status and Perspectives 2010

This first edition of the “GMPCS Reference Book” provides information on all aspects of GMPCS services, including reference materials, covering regulatory, technical, operational and commercial implications. Its specifically logical presentation aids the reader in discovering all there is to know about this new

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In its Paragraph 85, the Tunis Agenda for the Information Society denotes the leading role that governments, in partnership with other stakeholders implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), have in the elaboration of “comprehensive, forward-looking and sustainable national e-strategies, including ICT strategies and sectoral e-strategies […], as an integral part of national development plans and poverty reduction strategies, […] before 2010”.