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The e-Mongolia service center will open this Sunday

11-11, the public relations center of the government will be expanded to become an e-Mongolia service, located on the first floor of the Central Post Office will open this Sunday, May 9. Through this center, citizens can personally give the feedbacks such as suggestions, complaints, and gratitude about government organizations, and take guidance, advice, and assistance on more than 500 e-services provided by about 40 government organizations through the e-Mongolia system.

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.

Facebook launches We Think Digital Program in Mongolia to cultivate responsible digital citizens

Today, Facebook launched We Think Digital, a multi-phased awareness and educational campaign to help Mongolian internet users navigate the online world safely and responsibly, and cultivate responsible digital citizens with complete digital literacy. Created in partnership with Faro Foundation, Mongolia’s Ministry of Education and Science, and Communication and Information Technology Authority. We Think Digital features a wide range of online and offline initiatives over the course of this year, including free online training webinars, and educational content on the We Think Digital website. The program aims to train 10,000 local digital citizens by the end of the year.



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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