Digital Denmark proves its credentials in world survey  

2003.04.11
Accenture survey shows Denmark is now among world's top 4 for e-government

Denmark is now one of the world's top 4 countries in terms of the extent to which government has made public services available via the internet. That is the conclusion of a new survey of 22 countries conducted by the international consultancy firm Accenture. Only Canada, Singapore and USA have progressed further than Denmark in this regard. Compared with last year's survey Denmark has moved up one rung from 5th to 4th position.

 

Accenture concludes that Denmark is catching up with the leading nations and has improved its status considerably over the last year, as well as making lengthy forward strides in customer friendliness. According to the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation Helge Sander, Denmark’s improved position in this year’s survey is encouraging, and demonstrates the positive effect of the government’s focus on digitalisation to make the public sector more effective. The news is reported in financial newspaper Børsen and daily broadsheet Jyllands-Posten.

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