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What data is expected?
All tenders and awards of the national/federal government aggregated by office. It does not look into procurement planning or other procurement phases. Open procurement data may enable fairer competition among companies, allow to detect fraud, as well as deliver better services for governments and citizens. Monitoring tenders helps new groups to participate in tenders and to increase government compliance. The Index draws on work from the Open Contracting Partnership. See our methodology for more information.
- Tenders per government office
- Awards per government office
- Tender name
- Tender description
- Tender status
- Award title
- Award description
- Value of the award
- Supplier's name
How open is the data?
It's not openly licenced
It's not in an open and machine-readable format
It's not downloadable at once
It's not up-to-date
It's not publicly available
It's not available free of charge
Procurements that get an exemption from using a tender (e.g. single supplier contracts etc.machine readable) are published in a dedicated government websmachine-readable form). This kind of procurements make 80% of the total number of procurements.
The are three different websites for tenders, and none for awards. This is very confusing for users: