Serbia in the top 10 countries in terms of progress in digitization of administration

Serbia in the top 10 countries in terms of progress in digitization of administration

In this year’s UN global report on the development of electronic services, Serbia was included in the group of countries with the highest index of electronic administration development in the world, announced the Government of Serbia.

It is stated that according to the results of the report for 2022, Serbia is among the 10 countries in the world that have made the most progress in the digitalization of public administration and that in terms of the development of electronic services it is ahead of 16 EU members, such as Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

“The eGovernment Development Index (EGDI) of Serbia was rated the highest, as ‘very high’. Serbia’s position has improved by 18 places compared to the 2020 report, which is the eighth biggest jump in the ranking. According to the value of the index, eGovernment of Serbia is currently in 40th place in the world and the best in the region”it is written in the announcement.

It is added that it is by the value of the electronic services index, Serbia ranks 26th in the worldahead of countries such as Canada, Switzerland, Norway and 16 members of the European Union, including Germany, Belgium, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Croatia and Greece.

Belgrade, March 16, 2021. – Presentation of the “Pay” service, through which citizens of Serbia will be able to pay all payments for more than 300 services provided by the MUP electronically, through the “Pay” eAdministration portal by creating a unique payment slip. (BETAPHOTO/MUP SERBIA/MO)

“The eParticipation index places Serbia in 15th place in the worldand only three EU members, namely Denmark, Finland and Estonia, have a more participatory online interaction between the state and citizens”, stated the Government of Serbia.

The unique global report of the United Nations – United Nations eGovernment Development Survey 2022, contains an overview of the situation and comparatively monitors the development of electronic administration in 193 UN member states.

Brnabić praised herself on Twitter

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić announced on her Twitter account that, according to the UN report for 2022, Serbia is among the 10 countries in the world that have made the most progress in digitization public administration.

“That official UN report ranks Serbia ahead of even 16 EU countries in the development of e-services. We continue to build an even more efficient and transparent administration in the service of citizens”the Prime Minister wrote.

Source: Beta

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