61% of Germans with an Internet connection have used it at least once to contact public administrations, according to an online survey conducted by market researchers TNS Infratest earlier this year.
160,000,000 US$ is the estimated amount of money to be spent by state and local governments in the USA on automated fingerprint identification system by 2010, according to a new study by market research firm Input Inc.
100,000 rural CSCs would be set up in India after the Union Government gave its approval recently. The CSCs would cater to six lakh villages, at least one CSC in a cluster of six villages.
1,000,000 and above e-ID cards have been issued in Estonia – 231,985 of them to foreign residents in the country, up till October 2006. Now, nearly 90% of the Estonian population between the ages 15 and 74 now has a valid e-ID card.
55% of e-Government clients in the EU-25 reported a positive experience regarding online administrative services. However a substantial number have encountered major problems. This was revealed in a recent survey by the EUfunded eUser project.
24 months is the expected timeframe in which basic e-Governance services would be made available across India, with roughly one-third of revenue expected to be generated from the e-Governance services and the rest from an array of private services.
20,000,000 rural land records have been computerised under the Bhoomi project in Karnataka, India. The project now covers 67,00,000 farmers in the State.