ProACT Procurement Anticorruption and Transparency Platform

ProAct Platform

 

The platform has been developed through a collaboration between the World Bank and the Government Transparency Institute. The methodology for the platform is based in part on the methodology developed for the www.opentender.eu project (Funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020), and the Global Integrity Anticorruption Evidence (GI-ACE) program funded by the UK’s FCDO.

The tool provides access to open data from national electronic procurement systems from 46 countries and to open data on World Bank and …

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Defence Elvis Visualization Tool

Defence Elvis

Defence Elvis is a network visualization tool for defence procurement contracts.

This visualization tool works with defence procurement data from all 28 EU countries. Data is visualized into a node network graph with possible restrictions to specific countries, years, tender suppliers and government institutions.

It is built on Elvis, the online tool which visualizes public spending as interactive network graphs. We added extra features and data to make it more effective in analysing the defence sector, where transparency …

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IMF Corruption Cost Tracker

Corruption Cost Tracker

 

Our global intelligence tool, the Corruption Cost Tracker (CCT), builds an evidence base about where corruption risks lie in public procurement, their costs, and the benefits of reform in terms of savings.
The Corruption Cost Tracker is an interactive online tool, with dashboards for Corruption Risk Analysis,
Spending Analysis, Efficiency Gains and Policy Scenarios. Each of the dashboards allows users to undertake their own analysis in these areas by comparing sectors, regions, years, and buyer types.…

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Opentender – Uganda

Opentender Uganda

 

The Opentender portal of Uganda compiles and visualises public procurement information in Uganda.
This portal is part of the ‘Curbing Corruption in Public Procurement’ project, that has developed a new methodology for identifying corruption risks in public procurement, funded by the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) programme.

The public procurement data published on Opentender Uganda was collected from the Government Procurement Portal (GPP) that was launched in 2015, under the supervision of the autonomous regulatory body, the …

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Opentender – Kenya

Opentender Kenya

 

The Opentender portal of Kenya compiles and visualises public procurement information in Kenya.
This portal is part of the ‘Curbing Corruption in Public Procurement’ project, that has developed a new methodology for identifying corruption risks in public procurement, funded by the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) programme.

The public procurement dataset published on Opentender Kenya was collected from the national Public Procurement Information Portal managed by the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA). Data is covered between the …

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Opentender – Jamaica

Opentender Jamaica

 

The Opentender portal of Jamaica compiles and visualises public procurement information in Jamaica. This portal is part of the ‘Curbing Corruption in Public Procurement’ project, that has developed a new methodology for identifying corruption risks in public procurement, funded by the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) programme.

The Jamaican public procurement database published on the Opentender Jamaica portal includes contract-level observations on implemented contracts of public bodies nationwide. Procuring entities are required to report their contracts to …

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Opentender

Opentender

 

The Opentender platform is the output of the DIGIWHIST project, which was an EU-funded research project (EU Horizon 2020, 2015-2018) bringing together six Europen research institutes. It collects and structures procurement data of 33 European countries.

Since then, GTI maintains the portal. On this easy-to-use platform European public procurement contracts are republished which are complemented with:

  • figures, aggregated statistics,
  • integrity and transparency risk indicators that help understanding the data better,
  • public procurement data (TED and national datasets)  and

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