Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2013: Government

Saturday, September 21, 2013
National Programs

Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2013: Government, issued by ictQATAR shows that the government organizations and employees in Qatar are highly connected to the Internet and to one another.  The study shows that a majority of employees use computers and the Internet on a routine basis.  Qatar has also made significant progress in improving its online presence, with 95 percent of government entities having a Web presence, and 82 percent having a bilingual (in Arabic and English) site.  See the full report for the rest of the findings.

The report is based on the findings of a survey commissioned by ictQATAR. International Data Corporation (IDC) conducted the large-scale study of the current state of ICT penetration and usage within the government community in 2013, following similar studies in 2008 and 2010.

ictQATAR has been tracking numerous indicators of ICT penetration and usage among key sectors in Qatar since 2008, including households and individuals, businesses, and government. This report is a companion to Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2012:  Households and Individuals and Qatar’s ICT Landscape 2012: Business.