Tuesday, August 21, 2007

[Korea.net News, Nation, August 7 2007] Korea tops e-government ranking two years in a row

Korea has ranked first for two consecutive years in a global e-Government study undertaken by Brown University, the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs said Monday (August 6).

In the seventh such annual survey this year, Korea scored 74.9 points out of 100, far ahead of the 54 of the second winner Singapore.

Korea ranked top last year with 60.3 points and the increase by more than ten points is attributable to improvement in online service and security policies.

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