UNPAN

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UNPANUnited Nations Public Administration Network
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A smaller version of UNPAN's main logo is located above the word 'Public'.
(45) About 88 per cent of all government officials in Laos are ethnic Lao or related Tai ethnic minorities, though they only make up about 66 per cent of the total population; UNPAN, 'Lao People's Democratic Republic public administration country profile', p.
The UN Public Administration Network (UNPAN) ranked Lebanon first, mainly for the Interior Ministry's work during the 2009 parliamentary elections.
Mohammed Al Qaed thanked fellow Arab nations who attended the Forum and the UNPAN steering committee meeting in Bahrain, noting that the meeting achieved its goal of creating a common mechanism for coordination and the exchange of expertise and knowledge.
Bahrain will host the next meeting of United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN) steering committee, as part of the Bahrain International eGovernment Forum 2009.
On a UN level, within UNPAN (UNPAN--United Nations Public Administration Network), works the United Nations Group E7 "e-government for sustainable development".
UNPAN (n.d.) Statistical Annex, Retrieved at: http://unpan.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/un/unpan038851.pdf.
Summary: As part of the various activities that will accompany the Bahrain International eGovernment Forum 2009, Bahrain will host the next meeting of United Nations Public Administration Network (UNPAN) Steering Committee on the 28th of May.
A myriad of surveys have been undertaken by various organizations in order to evaluate levels of trust in the world: the World Bank (the World Governance Indicators), the World Economic Forum, the Institute for Management Development (IMD), the Eurobarometer, the Asia barometer, Latinobarometro, the National Opinion Research Center (NORC), UNPAN, UNDP, Transparency International (TI), Sustainable Governance Indicators (SGI), the Legatum Institute (the Legatum Prosperity Indicator), the Freedom House (2008), the Gallup International, the World Values Survey, and many other organizations.