The e-Government Support Project supports the efficient implementation of e-Government tasks, such as creating a common basis for use by various ministries and convergence of multiple information systems.
Emirates ranks 21st globally in the UN's e-Government Survey 2020, advancing eight places since 2018. The UAE has ranked among the world's best countries in terms of government digital transformation, the World Bank's GovTech Maturity Index 2021 showed.
By the summer of 2022, the only way to log in to irs.gov will be through ID.me, an online identity verification service that requires applicants to submit copies of bills and identity documents, as well as a live video feed of their faces via a mobile device.
The federal Chief Data Officer (CDO) position is a pivotal and transformational role that can significantly benefit the collection, organization, analysis and use of data in the agency as well as improve its value to society. The CDO must embrace the roles of change agent and evangelist to bring the inspirational vision of what data can do for all stakeholders.
The UK Government has announced that from 6 April 2022, digital identity document validation technology (IDVT) will be introduced to support employers and landlords with the right to work, right to rent and pre-employment DBS checks.
New proposals already in Kenya’s Parliament in the form of a bill seek to introduce multiple changes to the country’s Huduma Namba digital ID scheme which, since its launch in 2019, has elicited a lingering controversy.