Did you know?
- Indian public procurement constitutes about 25% of the gross domestic product (GDP).
- “Public procurement” or what is more commonly known as the government tenders, is the process of buying of goods, services, and works by the government from the private sector. It is an important method of public services delivery, good governance, and to support growth of the economy.
- To enhance transparency and non discrimination, National Informatics Centre (NIC), Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India launched end-to-end e-procurement system.
What we do
Open Contracting India is an initiative by CivicDataLab in partnership with Open Contracting Partnership that aims at making public procurements processes in India more efficient, accessible and participatory.
We do this by onboarding governments to international data standards for curating and releasing data, developing platforms to analyse their data for better decision-making, creating case studies and resource material to understand the gaps and benefits of actions.
Here are some of our recent works
- 01Assam Public Procurement Explorer
- 02Using data analysis to spot gaps in access to maternal and child health services
- 03“Breaking the Silos”- a guide for initiating proactive dialogues in public procurement.
- 04Health Procurement Performance Index for Himachal Pradesh
- 05Understand water reforms in Shimla through Procurements: A Data Comic
- 06Taking stock of India’s COVID-19 vaccine procurement situation
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We are making public procurement data more accessible.
We enable and encourage data-driven reforms in the public procurement process to improve efficiency, value for money and competition.
Sai Krishna Dammalapati