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.
The submitter assessed the usability of the data as follows (3 - little to no effort needed, 1 - extensive effort needed): 1
|Openly licenced||No||Could not be verified, no link to license.|
|Downloadable at once||No||Each single tender needs to be downloaded separately|
|Available free of charge||Yes|
|In an open and machine-readable format||HTML|
|findable_steps||Searched online, found the website in top search results. The website of the ARMP is quite difficult to manoeuver, I found the data by chance|
|Collected by government||Yes|
|collector_name||Public Contracts Regulatory Agency||A diagram explaining the public procurement process can be found here: http://armp.cm/Architecture_of_the_Public_Contracts_system.php#tzM11|
|characteristics||Tenders per government office, Tender name, Tender description||An example of the datapoints can be found on this page: http://armp.cm/Details.php?P1=AO&P2=2937#A6 Tender status can only be implied from the open call, and the time the tender is open.|
|location||http://armp.cm/Consultations_EN.php?P1=CON#tzM11 - The source shows a list of tenders, each tender can be accessed or downloaded separately|
The advanced search shows a listing of the notices, you can download the PDF of the notices or look at the details in HTML format. The status can only be implied from the call, and the time the tender is open. Depending on the status, the budget is included but not the amount of the contract.