Angola stands in the 127th position in the ranking of the United Nations electronic governance ranking, after having risen 31 places from the year 2005. Angola stands 15th from among African countries and seventh in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), making an effort to rank among the first 10 of the continent and first five of the regional organisation.

The e-Government Readiness index is established on the basis of three sub-indicators that are the rate of access to Internet; Angola there was 67th from among 192 countries, with 44 percent, 54 percent in human capital and infrastructure (two percent), where Angola has to develop in coming challenges. The Angola Government has established 69 portals, ranging from the provincial governments, ministries and others. The first 15 positions of the e-Government Readiness ranking are taken by Sweden, Denmark, Norway, USA, Holland, South Korea, Canada, Australia, France, UK, Japan, Swiss, Ethiopia, Luxemburg and Finland.


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