A new standard for infrastructure transparency
The Open Contracting for Infrastructure Data Standard #OC4IDS to provides guidance to governments on what and how to publish information at each stage of an infrastructure project.
We connect governments, civil society and business to open up and transform public contracting so that it is smarter, better and fairer.
corruption risk in government is public procurement
Countries and cities working on open contracting
savings for government
Powering up open contracting: open contracting at the OGP Global Summit
Fairer food for Philadelphia: Providing better meals through open contracting
More than scandals: What Kenya’s audit reports reveal about risks in public procurement
3 lessons from city reforms all over the world: You don’t need a black belt in procurement to follow best practice:… https://t.co/eVBjl6JdhU
Open contracting supporting successful IT procurement
Do artificial intelligence and big data present opportunities or challenges to fiscal accountability?
OCDS 1.1.4: Setting up for faster improvements
Buenos Aires: ¿Qué podemos aprender sobre 8 años de datos de contratos?
A little data goes a long way: How bidder analysis could boost competition in Colombia’s infrastructure contracts
Open data on infrastructure and other public procurement is essential to support investment and integrity
Better and open data key to effective public oversight and managing risks in government spending
Transforming government contracting: Two-day global meeting Open Contracting 2017 to kick off in Amsterdam on 28 November
Malaysian project to expose political interests in procurement wins Open Contracting Innovation Challenge
Government Innovation Award winner and six Grand Prize finalists of Open Contracting Innovation Challenge announced
Annual Report 2018
OCDS 1.1 Plantilla de Política de Publicación [ES]
OC4IDS Field Level Mapping Template
OCDS 1.1 Publication Policy Template
Visualizing OCDS with Kibana
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