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Filter Blogs & Updates
Blog16 Nov 2017
Andrew Mandelbaum, Development Gateway

From transparency to data use: rising to open contracting’s next challenge

News18 Oct 2017

Malaysian project to expose political interests in procurement wins Open Contracting Innovation Challenge

Blog9 Nov 2017
Joe Ching’ani, Chair of CoST Malawi Multi-Stakeholder Group

Nine years in open contracting: the threats, challenges and what pushes me to carry on

Resource3 Nov 2017
Keystone Accountability

Feedback Report: Open Contracting Partnership

Blog8 Nov 2017
Carey Kluttz

How Puerto Rico can avoid another white elephant like the Whitefish contract

Blog6 Nov 2017
Gavin Hayman

Five things we heard from you & what we are going to do about it

Blog2 Nov 2017
Joseph Asunka, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Four ways to make open public contracting more relevant

Blog27 Oct 2017
Gilbert Sendugwa, AFIC

Open contracting in Uganda as a model for Africa?

News14 Jun 2017

Government Innovation Award winner and six Grand Prize finalists of Open Contracting Innovation Challenge announced

News8 May 2017

Open letter to Chancellor Merkel

News3 Apr 2017

New tool to track corporate ownership around the world

News21 Mar 2017

New Latin America helpdesk team to assist open contracting innovators

News30 Jan 2017

Open contracting is saving lives in healthcare, helping the fight against corruption

Resource14 Aug 2017
Open Contracting Partnership

OCDS 1.1 Mapping Template Guidance (ES)

Resource14 Aug 2017
Open Contracting Partnership

OCDS 1.1 Mapping Template Guidance

Resource4 Aug 2017
Open Contracting Partnership

(ES) Versión 1.1 – Resumen sobre actualización del Estándar

Resource4 Aug 2017

OCDS 1.1 – Summary note on version upgrade

Resource20 Jul 2017

OCDS releases and records training resource