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- We are currently evaluation applications for a Senior Program Manager for Latin America. Applications were due 12 December.
We are looking for:
- A research consultant or consultancy to help us analyze the current U.S. Federal Procurement ecosystem and formulate powerful advocacy asks for open contracting and the Open Contracting Data Standard. Apply by January 22.
- A smart consultant or firm to help us tailor and deliver an open contracting program for U.S. local governments that focuses on a more equitable and effective recovery from COVID-19. Apply by January 22.
A consultant to diagnose the state of open contracting data in Panama. Apply by 5 February.
- A software development team to build a tool to convert data that conforms to the Open Contracting Data Standard from JSON to Excel / CSV. Apply by February 5.
- A business intelligence (BI) development team to develop publicly available Qlik Sense analytic applications using contracting data from Afghanistan, Chile, Moldova, and Portugal. Apply by February 12.
- A software development team to support the Government of Ecuador in disclosing its procurement information in the Open Contracting Data Standard, including developing a data warehouse, software to transform the source data to open formats, and a web API. Apply by February 12.
- We always love to learn about great graphic designers/firms. Here’s what we are looking for and some of the exciting projects coming up. Open deadline.
Call for proposals: Action Research grants
We are looking for research proposals that respond to the question: How we can improve the effectiveness and equity of public procurement in the recovery?
This is the second round of our action research grants. Read the results of the first round in our report: Findings and recommendations for better emergency procurement from 12 countries.
We will actively support researchers to use procurement data in identifying areas where policy reform could lead to measurable improvements in development outcomes: focusing on the equity of public procurement and/or the effectiveness of public procurement. We expect not only strong research projects, but also strong plans to convert research into action through advocacy. Research grants will be in the amount of US$ 3,000.
Applications are open until 31 January.
The Action Research grants are supported by: