Brazil recognized by World Bank as 7th in Digital Governance among 198 countries

Brazil is ahead of all other countries in the Americas, including the United States and Canada. The gov.br platform, which provides digital services to 115 million Brazilians, is the main factor in the score.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has been recognized by the World Bank as the world's 7th most mature country in Digital Governance. The result was assessed in the GovTech Maturity Index 2020, a ranking that evaluates the current state of digital transformation of public services in 198 economies worldwide.

There is no other country ahead in the Americas, even including the United States and Canada. Among the top 10, Brazil is the only country with over 100 million inhabitants.

The achievement is largely due to the progress of the gov.br platform, which currently has over 115 million users . . .

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