T&T e-Gov rating drops 24 places

The rating for Trinidad and Tobago’s e-governance has dropped by 24 places in the current report of the United Nations Public Administration Network, falling from 67 to 91.

From the document’s introduction…

Through innovation and e-government, public administrations around the world can be more efficient, provide better services and respond to demands for transparency and accountability. E-government can help governments go green and promote effective natural resource management, as well as stimulate economic growth and promote social inclusion, particularly of disadvantaged and vulner- able groups. ICTs have also proven to be effective platforms to facilitate knowledge sharing, skills development, transfer of innovative e-government solutions and capacity-building for sustainable development among countries. E-government can generate important benefits in the form of new employment, better health and education.

Download the full report here.