Data update of World Bank, IADB, and EuropeAid datasets on development aid funded contracts and projects

Data update of World Bank, IADB, and EuropeAid datasets on development aid funded contracts and projects

We are releasing an update on the datasets collected on development projects, public tenders, and contracts for three major donor agencies: the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), and EuropeAid. The datasets not only republish structured data gathered from official source websites, but also contain corruption risk red flags developed by the research team. About the project We analyse how procurement can be manipulated […]

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Data publication: public procurement in Tanzania, 2009-2016

Data publication: public procurement in Tanzania, 2009-2016

This publication contains Tanzanian public procurement data retrieved from the issues of Tanzania Procurement Journal between 2009 and 2016. The dataset was compiled as a part of the research project ‘Quantitative corruption analysis: implementation and case study’ with the ultimate aim of exploring ways to increase transparency and integrity through Big Data solutions. The research project was carried out by researchers from the Mathematical Institute […]

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Policy Brief: Data infrastructure in Tanzania

Policy Brief: Data infrastructure in Tanzania

The publication of data about government procurement is widely perceived to be beneficial in terms of improving transparency over a significant area of public spending. Transparency in public procurement is associated with greater scrutiny over processes and outcomes, helping to improve accountability in order to achieve enhanced competition, better value for money and reduced corruption. In 2017, as part of a project on Statistics for […]

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Datasets for download: World Bank, IADB, and EuropeAid

Datasets for download: World Bank, IADB, and EuropeAid

Here you can find the full datasets collected on development projects, public tenders, and contracts for 3 major donor agencies: the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and EuropeAid. The project was supported by the British Academy/ UK Department for International Development Anti-Corruption Evidence Programme. The final datasets result from a concerted effort by the University of Sussex, Government Transparency Institute, and Datlab. In addition […]

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