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Dienstag, 28.05.2024
eGovernment Forschung seit 2001 | eGovernment Research since 2001

ME: Montenegro

  • The .ME Domain Hits 800,000 Registrations

    The .ME Registry Passes Eight Hundred Thousand Domain Registrations Milestone

    The .ME Registry announced today that its ccTLD has passed 800,000 domain registrations. Since its launch in 2008 Montenegro’s country code domain has been marketed as a premier choice for building a personal brand and it quickly became one of the favorite new extensions among creative individuals who want to stand out online. The domain has continued to grow steadily in response to the global trend of nurturing personal identity online.

  • Crnogorski Telekom signs MoU for Digital Montenegro project

    Montenegro's Ministry of Economy and Crnogorski Telekom has signed a MoU for Digital Montenegro, which represents a framework for further development of the infrastructure, the Next Generation Networks and the application of concrete ICT systems, in order to improve the efficiency of services and quality of life of citizens.

  • Estonia supports advancement of open governance in Moldova and Montenegro

    The Foreign Ministry of Estonia helps Moldova and Montenegro to develop an open governance and legislative drafting through the introduction of new technologies, the Estonian Foreign Ministry reports.

    Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet stated that Estonia has good experiences in developing and utilising information and communications technology and the success of our e-solutions is an example of how technology can help to advance democracy.

    "Estonia is prepared to share its experiences in the e-governance and e-involvement sectors with other countries," he stated.

  • ME: "Digitalization and Development of Modern, Digital State One of Government's Major Priorities"

    The draft law on electronic administration seeks to improve the ambience in which public administration will be at the service of citizens and businesses, by which citizens and businesspeople will communicate with public administration at any time and from any place. This was announced at a roundtable organized by the Ministry of Public Administration on the occasion of a public hearing on the Draft Law on Electronic Administration. At the Round Table, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Public Administration Dejan Abazovic and Head of the Directorate for Interoperability of Registries and Regulatory Affairs, Bojana Bajić, spoke.

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