Here, Copenhagen came in overall fourth place, after the likes of Berlin, Madrid and Tallinn.
Copenhagen makes a strong debut
Meanwhile, Copenhagen was ranked for the first time in this year’s edition, as the report for the first time included an assessment of e-government in the most populous city in each of the 193 UN member states.
“Denmark has the highest EGDI value globally for the third survey in a row and is one of eight countries in Europe and one of six countries in the EU that is part of the highest (VH) rating class,” states the UN – the report.
Looking at subcategories, the Danish capital is first in Institutional Framework, Content Provision and Services Provision, while it is 9th in Participation & Engagement and 21st in Technology.
Source: The Nordic Page