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Thailand ranks 57th in the E-Government Development Index

Thailand ranks 57th in the E-Government Development Index, moving up 16 places from the 73rd place in 2018, according to the 2020 United Nations E-Government Survey. The country moved from the high EGDI group to the very high EDGI group, with very high online services index (OSI) value of 0.7941, implying its highly developed human capital. Yet, the state of infrastructure is needed to be developed. Moreover, Thailand places in the very high E-Participation Index (EPI) group, among 63 countries, showing the country’s performance to provide online information in various areas, such as, education, health, environment and justice, as well as people engagement in government online services, and personal data protection. The United Nations E-Government Survey, conducted every two years, assesses the digital government development of the 193 United Nations Member States in identifying their strengths, challenges and opportunities, as well as informing policies and strategies. The Survey supports countries’ efforts to provide effective, accountable and inclusive digital services to all and to bridge the digital divides in fulfilling the principle of leaving no one behind. 

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