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Global Public Procurement Dataset

Data is Plural: “The Global Public Procurement Dataset provides standardized data on 72 million government contracts in 42 countries. The dataset, constructed from official sources by the Budapest-based Government Transparency Institute, represents $17 trillion in total procurement. It begins in the 2000s for most of the countries and concludes in 2021. For each contract, it provides information about the tender (title, procedure type, product code, publication date, award date, final price, currency, etc.), government buyer, bidders’ names and locations, and more. The downloadable files are split into two repositories. The US, Italy, Brazil, Poland, and Colombia have the most contracts represented. Previously: The Open Contracting Partnership’s data registry (DIP 2023.03.08) and data standard (DIP 2020.02.26).”

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