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  • Using Procurement Data: Indicators and Guidance

    More open procurement policies and processes can lead to efficiencies, savings, better quality goods and services, greater citizen participation, and other positive benefits. ...

  • Open Up Guide: Using Open Data to Combat Corruption

    This practical resource identifies priority datasets, open standards and open data use-cases that governments, civil society and other stakeholders can focus on to tackle corrup...

  • Tool Re-Use in Open Contracting: A Primer

    This primer is a starting point for anyone interested in taking advantage of existing tools to publish or use open contracting data. The steps in this primer are designed to ...

  • Mythbusting Confidentiality in Public Contracting

    One in every three dollars that a government spends is on a contract with a company to deliver goods, works, and services to citizens. There is growing evidence that transpa...

  • Open Contracting Tools Directory

    We keep track of software tools that can be used to create, use, visualize or analyze OCDS data. We focus on re-usable tools and open-source code that can be taken as a starting...

  • Guide to Collect, Publish & Visualize COVID-19 Procurement Data

    This guide describes how to collect, publish and visualize open data about COVID-19 emergency procurement using the Open Contracting Data Standard.

  • Idiot's Guide to Looting Public Procurement and Getting Rich Quickly

    If you’re one of the many honest government workers around the world looking to do the right thing, look away now — this guide isn’t for you! But if you’re one of the few wannab...

  • Red Flag for Integrity: Giving The Green Light to Open Data Solution

    One of the four primary use cases for open contracting is promoting integrity. Public contracting and procurement is government’s single greatest corruption risk, a fact highlig...