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15 octubre 2014
Now Available: The United Nations E-Government Survey 2014 - Arabic Edition
The United Nations E-Government Survey 2014: E-Government for the future we want is now available in Arabic. This publication presents a systematic assessment of the use and potential of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to transform the public sector by enhancing its efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, accountability, as well as access to public services and citizen participation.

Click here to download the United Nations E-Government Survey 2014 in Arabic.
10 octubre 2014
UNPAN Newsletter October 2014 Issue

UNPAN Newsletter Volume 12, Issue 2 - October 2014 is now available. Please click here to view.
09 octubre 2014
Employment Opportunity

The Division for Public Administration and Development Management is seeking an individual contractor to work with the UNPAN Management Unit on website maintenance and development.

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07 octubre 2014
Opening Statement for the United Nations Global E-Government Forum 2014

The opening statement of Mr. Wu Hongbo, under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, Secretary-General for the International Conference on Small Island Developing States for the United Nations Global E-Government Forum 2014 is now available.

Please click here to view.
02 octubre 2014
2014 United Nations E-Government Survey Presented for the First Time in Africa

At the invitation of the Tunisian Government, Mr. Jonas Rabinovitch, Interregional Advisor from DPADM delivered a keynote address at the ICT 4 ALL Conference held in Tunisia from 22-25 September 2014, introducing the Panel on e-Government Success Stories from Republic of Korea, Estonia, Bahrain and Tunisia.

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02 octubre 2014
UNDESA Publications and UN E-Government Survey 2014 Praised by Italian Prime Minister

On the occasion of the 69th General Assembly, the Prime Minister of Italy, H.E. Matteo Renzi, received from the Officer in Charge of the Division for Public Administration and Development Management (DPADM), Mr. Vincenzo Aquaro, the United Nations E-Government Survey 2014 and the full library of e-documents of United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) on Public Administration and Development Management.  Prime Minister Renzi acknowledged with expressions of praise the fact that more than 60 years of support to the field of public administration were condensed in a memory drive, including the latest edition of the UN E-Government Survey 2014 under the theme "E-Government for the Future We Want."  Within the last few weeks the UN E-Government Survey has been well received by the Prime Minister of the Bahamas, the President of Uruguay, the Secretary of State and the Minister of Higher Education and ICTs of Tunisia, the Secretary General for State Modernisation in France, among other high-level officials, as a tribute to the quality of one of UNDESA's flagship publications.
01 octubre 2014
New Publication in the DPADM e-Library

Good Practices and Innovations in Public Governance - United Nations Public Service Awards Winners, 2012-2013 is now available in the DPADM e-Library. This publication provides an overview of 145 successful innovations in governance and public administration from 50 countries that received the United Nations Public Service Awards, which is the most prestigious international recognition of excellence in public service.

Click here to download this publication.
29 septiembre 2014
2014 Global e-Government Forum, 6-8 October, Astana, Kazakhstan

The 2014 Global e-Government Forum entitled "“Smart Governance for Sustainable Development: New Opportunities for Partnerships in the Networked Society”, which will take place in Astana, Kazakhstan from 6 to 8 October, is organized by the E-Government Branch (EGB) of the Division for Public Administration and Development Management (DPADM) of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) in partnership with Agency for Communication and Information of the Republic of Kazakhstan.  Within the framework of this Forum, DPADM's Development Management Branch (DMB) is organizing one of the four parallel workshops (maybe link to their workshop). The Global Forum  will provide an opportunity to participants from around the world to exchange knowledge on how to promote smart governance through plenary sessions, four parallel workshops, a ministerial round-table and study tours. During the Forum, the awardees of the 2014 UN e-Government Survey Special Awards will be recognised during a high-level ceremony. Over 700 participants are expected to attend the event.  

For further information, please visit: www.unpan.org/GeGF/2014
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Title: DMB Workshop on e-Participation (Astana): Julia Glidden Presentation
Abstract: A presentation on e-participation by Ms. Julia Glidden, one of the speakers of the DMB workshop held in Astana, Kazakhstan, 6-8 October 2014.
Document Category: e-Participation
Document Sub Theme: Analytical Document
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Document Language: English
Organization: DESA/ DPADM
Web Portal: UNPAN
Modified: 10/21/2014 4:47 PM
Date Of Publication: October 2014
Individual / Institutions / Authors: Julia Glidden

 

 

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