OpenProcurement

is an open source toolkit, designed specifically for procurement of goods and services on behalf of public authorities or private entities

The OpenProcurement toolkit includes two backend components: a Central database (CDB) and an API, as well as an Auction module. Third-party web platforms (web platforms that implement e-Procurement system features and provide access for procuring entities, suppliers and regular visitors) interact with the CDB via OpenProcurement API and provide suppliers with temporary credentials to access the Auction module for participation in the auction.

Government
procurements
Commercial
procurements
Absolutely
secure
Accessible
Open &
Transparent

How it works

The OpenProcurement toolkit includes two backend components: a Central database (CDB) and an API, as well as an Auction module. Third-party web platforms (web platforms that implement e-Procurement system features and provide access for procuring entities, suppliers and regular

Preparation procedure Publication procedure Winner Bid Submission Auctions Contract
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Expand Public Procurement Limits with the System 4 awards received 14 procurement method types 8 auction types Achievements 50,000 auction participants every day 100,000 auction viewers every day 10,000 auction held every day 2,000,000 tenders announced each year Capabilities

OCDS

The standard was developed by Open Contracting Partnership and incorporated in OpenProcurement to promote accessibility and use of contracting information.

is an open data standard for a structured
presentation of the data on contracting process.

Why OCDS?

OCDS is a yardstick of a well-structured presentation of the data, since it:

Describes in details the procedure of releasing data and associated documents at various stages of the contracting processes.
Promotes interoperability of the data
Helps in fighting corruption thanks for greater transparency of published data
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OpenProcurement Projects