The Edo State Public Procurement Agency, otherwise known as “The Agency”, was established by virtue of the Edo State Public Procurement Agency Law 2012. The agency currently publishes OCDS via their Open Contracting Data Portal.
Nigeria’s federal public procurement is overseen by the Bureau of Public Procurement which has made strides to publish information proactively through Nigeria’s Open Contracting Portal NOCOPO. Since 2018, Nigeria’s 36 state governments have been offered support to open up their procurement data, implement e-procurement systems and improve their procurement laws through the States Fiscal Transparency, Accountability, and Sustainability (SFTAS) project, an initiative of the World Bank in partnership with state governors through the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF).
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The data doesn’t declare any extensions, but the
implementation object is at the release level instead of nested within the
The dataset has some quality issues to take into account, notably:
awardCriteriacontained codelist values outside of the OCDS schema.
Out of the possible 71 red flag indicators, 40 (56%) could be calculated with the current published data.
Last reviewed: Sep 2021
This OCDS dataset is available for download in JSON, Excel or CSV format. You can download the data for contracting processes in a specific year or for all time.
Each contracting process is represented as one line of JSON text in the
Each contracting process is represented as one row in the
main sheet. Other sheets link to it via the
Excel files can have at most 1,048,576 rows. If a year is missing, it had too many rows.
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