The United Nations E-Government Survey is published by DPIDG, UN DESA, once every two years. The 2022 Survey is the 12th edition, following a consistent methodology first adopted in 2003. The Survey assesses global and regional e-government development through a comparative rating of national government portals relative to one another. It is not designed to capture e-government development in an absolute sense, but rather to provide a snapshot of country trends and relative rankings of e-government development in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It presents the trends and relative rankings of e-government development across 193 Member States through a quantitative composite index, the E-Government Development Index (EGDI), with three separate components - the Online Service Index (OSI), Telecommunication Infrastructure Index (TII), and Human Capital Index (HCI).