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L’e-gouvernement consiste à l’utilisation des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (TIC) par un gouvernement pour transformer sa façon d’administrer, de produire et de délivrer efficacement des services publics aux citoyens. Plusieurs rapports font état du niveau de développement de l’e-gouvernement dans le monde notamment les publications du Département des Affaires Economiques et Sociales des Nations Unies (UNDESA) dont celles de 2010 qui font état, pour les Comores, d’un indice de développement de l’e-gouvernement (EGDI) de 0,2327 avec une présence en ligne du pays évaluée à 0,0286. Dans cet article, nous nous sommes intéressés à l’évaluation de la présence en ligne du pays en recensant les sites web gouvernementaux, en commentant les chiffres publiées par rapport à la disponibilité en ligne d’informations gouvernementales et à l’interaction avec les citoyens. L’organisation et les processus gouvernementaux devront être revus car l’e-gouvernance viendrait automatiser des procédures traditionnelles existantes et efficaces qui font défaut aux Comores. Malgré l’engouement du gouvernement comorien à passer de la gestion administrative publique traditionnelle à l’e-gouvernement, on a constaté en plus de l’insuffisance des sites web gouvernementaux une carence en termes d’infrastructures, de production de services électroniques, et des conditions difficiles d’accès aux TIC par les citoyens. Au final, nous avons recommandé à ce qu’une vision et une stratégie de l’e-gouvernement soit développées pour que soient entreprises des actions en vue de remédier à la situation actuelle.

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Internet governance research paper
 Karim Attoumani Mohamed , 2010
 
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The rapid rise of the Internet has encouraged the use of open, real-time, and linked data to help understand
and improve development processes.The advancement of data use for development without an Internet governance framework, however, raises the importance of inclusion of the most marginalized, as well as privacy and security. This paper will examine such issues, as well as the role inter-governmental organisations can play in helping to encourage the use of data while supporting the protection of privacy and security.

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Internet governance research paper
 Keisha Taylor , 2010
 
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Electronic government (e-government) equals sustainable development for Guyana.This is the thesis illustrated by this paper along with the possible constraints involved in implementing e-government.

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 Sandra Bart , 2011
 
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Comoros has an e-government development index (EGDI) of 0.2327*, with a country online presence estimated at 286. This study evaluates the country online presence by counting the governmental web sites, commenting on the figures published compared to the online availability of governmental information, and examining the interaction with citizens.

*United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA). 2010

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Internet governance research paper
 Karim Attoumani Mohamed , 2010
 
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Electronic government (e-government) equals sustainable development for Guyana. This is the thesis illustrated by this paper along with the possible constraints involved in implementing e-government. 

Source: 
Internet governance research paper
 Sandra Bart , 2010
 
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