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There is a growing body of research examining e-Government policies in developing countries that is yielding new insights into the challenges of implementing services through information and communication technologies. e-Government focuses on the adoption of ICTs to deliver government services through the Internet and other emerging digital technologies. Governments worldwide continue to develop more sophisticated ways to provide the public with online service channels that have evolved from the early days of simple web pages to the recent widespread emergence of online transaction services and integrated service delivery systems.

The purpose of Programme 2 (Hyderabad, 2010) is to support the ITU membership in improving access to ICT applications and services, especially in underserved and rural areas, achieving trust and confidence in the use of ICTs, the Internet and next-generation networks, promoting fair and equitable access to critical Internet resources. The activities in the broad area of ICT Applications includes promoting and implementing e-Services and e-Applications (e.g., e-Government, e-Business, e-Learning, e-Health, e-Employment, e-Environment, e-Agriculture, e-Science, etc.) in developing countries. Some related resources can be found below.


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