Procurement 30% open


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?

All answers

Question Answer Comment
Openly licenced No No indication that data is openly licensed
In an open and machine-readable format HTML
Downloadable at once No
Up-to-date Yes The tenders and awards have current dates. So the information is up-to-date, even though no publication date is provided
Publicly available No
Available free of charge Yes
findable 1
findable_steps Searched, could not find it find for long time, looked into last year's GODI
Collected by government Yes
usability 1 Scraping needed
collector_name Aanbestedingskalender BV Link to government unclear
Controlled access Yes
characteristics 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
location -

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Data location
Data licence   Unknown
Data format   Unknown
Reviewer   Oscar Montiel
Submitters   Danny Lämmerhirt
Last modified   Fri Jan 27 2017 18:06:27 GMT+0000 (UTC)