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Nigeria: Enugu State

The Enugu State of Nigeria 2021, No. 9 law repeals and re-enacts the Enugu State Public Procurement Law No. 10, 2010, establishes the Enugu State Public Procurement Agency which takes on the responsibilities from the Due Process and Budget Monitoring Unit.

Procurement data is currently published via the open contracting portal of the Due Process and Budget Monitoring Unit.

The data are generated from procurement processes that led to the award of contracts in selected Procuring entities in the Enugu state. The data excludes information related to privacy, secrecy, commercial interests, national security, defense, and international relations of the country, according to the Enugu State Public Procurement Act 2021, which provides limitations on the disclosure of some information.

Available formats:

JSON
Excel
CSV

Overview

Data date range:
Oct 2020 -
Last retrieved:
24 Feb 2022
Update frequency:
Monthly
OCID prefix:
ocds-bmokzh
License:
Open Data Commons Public Domain Dedication and Licence (ODC PDDL)

You are free:

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  • To create: To produce works from the database.
  • To adapt: To modify, transform and build upon the database.

As long as you:

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Language:
English
Retrieved from:
https://dueprocess.en.gov.ng/ocds_report.php

Data available

Parties

Count of parties:
86

Planning

Count of planning activities:
43

Tenders

Count of tenders:
43
Count of tenderers:
0
Count of tender items:
43

Awards

Count of awards:
43
Count of suppliers:
43
Count of award items:
43

Contracts

Count of contracts:
43
Count of contract items:
43
Count of transactions:
43

Documents

Count of documents:
43

Milestones

Count of milestones:
0

Amendments

Count of amendments:
0

The location extension is used, but the extension is not declared in the package metadata.

Data quality

Summary

The dataset has quality issues to take into account, notably:

  • The UNSPSC item classification scheme is used for all items, but the data contains invalid UNSPSC codes: the ‘key’ is used instead of the UNSPSC ‘code’.
  • Some contracting processes’ timelines are incoherent, for example, with entries where the last day for submissions is after the contract’s anticipated start date.
  • The repetition of award and contract values, and duplicate information between the items and values in the tender, award and contract sections suggests that some values may be misreported.
  • All tenders, awards and contracts have status set to ‘active’.
  • There is inconsistency between tender/submissionMethod and tender/submissionMethodDetails.
  • The data contains null and empty fields and placeholder values such as “NA”.
  • The URLs in tender/documents only point to the main portal and not to documents.

Last reviewed: Dec 2021

Access data

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.

JSON

Each contracting process is represented as one line of JSON text in the .jsonl file.

The .jsonl file is compressed using Gzip. Windows users need 7-Zip, WinRAR or WinZip to decompress the .gz file.

Excel

Each contracting process is represented as one row in the main sheet. Other sheets link to it via the _link_main column.

Excel files can have at most 1,048,576 rows. If a year is missing, it had too many rows.

CSV

Each contracting process is represented as one row in the main.csv file. Other files link to it via the _link_main column.

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