United Nations' report shows that Brunei is falling down in preparing its citizens for the online provision of government services. The UN's most report 'Global E-Readiness Report' shows that Brunei's e-Governance readiness ranking dropped from 63rd 2004 to 73rd in 2005.
The theme of the UN's most recent report is 'From e-Government to e-Inclusion', which indicates the Brunei's e-Governance ranking is dropped 10 places from 2004 to 2005. The United States has been ranked first for the e-Governance readiness. The e-readiness index is defined by the UN as a composite measurement of the capacity and willingness of countries to use e-government for ICT-centric development. The report has also observed the availability of e-Government technologies and per capita income. United Nations Online Network in Public Administration and Finance (UNPAN) state has published the statistics.