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“Digital Nation” conference was successfully held
“Digital Nation” conference consisted of six sessions: Digital Infrastructure, e-Governance, Digital Literacy, Information Security, Innovation Industry, and National Development Accelerator. During the discussion, interesting discussions were held that acquainted with the works of scientists, industry experts, engineers, and technicians in order to introduce the development of ICT in key networks, wireless and mobile communications, broadcasting, content production, smart devices, green technology, cloud computing, smart and secure internet, network infrastructure, health, bioinformatics, and other industries as well as to identify the best ways to implement to solve the challenges of communication technology.
E-Mongolia is visiting your community
Starting from June 10 to July 2, 2021, we are working in all khoroos of the Capital City in order to reach citizens who cannot access government services online using E-Mongolia.
Statistics in the field of telecommunications and information technology have been integrated into our page
Communications and Information Technology Authority has compiled statistics in a single window as part of its efforts to make the sector’s operations and information more transparent to the public.
The statistics provide information on E-Mongolia, an integrated public service system, mobile phone, and Internet usage, multi-channel TV services, and mobile phone users, as well as data on the sector’s human resources and contribution to the economy.
Mongolia’s E-Governance Quest
In the last decade, Mongolia showed progress in e-governance, but there’s more yet to do. By Bolor Lkhaajav September 18, 2020 Mongolia’s e-governance is a topic often overshadowed by the cyber activities of the country’s large neighbors — Russia and China. However, the coronavirus pandemic gave an advantage to the Mongolian[...]
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