The Chandler Good Government Index (CGGI) is produced by the Chandler Institute of Governance (CIG). It measures the effectiveness and capabilities of 104 governments worldwide. It is made up of 34 indicators which are organized into a framework of seven pillars (Tables 2-8). The CGGI 2021 (first edition in annual series) reports that around the world, citizens’ expectations of their national government are often not met. This could be due to corruption; low state capacity and resources; and lack of planning and implementation skills which hinder regulatory enforcement and public service delivery. The CGGI believed that good national governance and national prosperity are deeply connected and are characterized by three principles: capabilities, opportunities, and public trust.