Denmark are world leaders in digital infrastructure

Denmark topped the UN 2022 E-Government Survey and is one of only six EU countries to score the highest rating

When it comes to offering digital solutions to its citizens, nobody in the world performs as well as Denmark.

Denmark topped the UN’s 2022 E-Government Survey ahead of Finland, S outh Korea, New Zealand and Sweden, while Iceland, Australia, Estonia, the Netherlands and the US completed the top 10.

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Here, Copenhagen came in fourth overall, behind the likes of Berlin, Madrid and Tallinn. 

Copenhagen in strong debut
Meanwhile, Copenhagen was ranked for the first time in this year’s edition, as the report incorporated an assessment of e-government in the most populous city in each of the 193 UN member states for the first time.

“Denmark has the highest EGDI value globally for the third consecutive survey and is one of eight countries in Europe and one of six countries in the European Union that are part of the highest (VH) rating class,” the UN report found.

Looking at subcategories, the Danish capital ranked first in Institutional Framework, Content Provision and Services Provision, while ranking 9th in Participation & Engagement and 21st in Technology.

Check out the entire report here.