Moscow took first place on United nations rankinkg of online governments
Moscow became the leader of the UN rating on the development of electronic services, ahead of 39 major cities in the world. This was announced by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev during a meeting with the Mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin.
“I know that Moscow has made significant progress in the development of electronic services recently. I want to congratulate you and your team on the fact that Moscow has won the first place in the UN rating on the index of providing electronic services to the population of the city, “said Dmitry Medvedev.
The head of government noted that in this way the UN assessed the level of development of electronic services and their role in improving the quality of life of Muscovites.
Dmitry Medvedev stressed that Moscow’s positive experience should be extended to the entire country. “Firstly, it is desirable to further develop these opportunities. And secondly, I think that taking into account this experience, within the framework of our structures that promote best practices, it will be possible to see that Moscow’s experience is used and replicated in other regions, especially since it received an evaluation from the side such a major international organization as the UN, “he said
Note that in the overall ranking of countries with the highest level of e-government development (EGDI), Russia took 32th place this year, rising to 3 positions. The level of development of electronic services in our country as a whole is characterized as “very high”.
The rating of the UN e-government is one of the key indicators of the development of the information society in the countries of the world.
Source: AGN Moscow