The Cross River State Due Process and Price Intelligence Bureau (DPPIB) were formally established through the Cross River State Public Procurement Act No. 15 of 2011. The Bureau is responsible for the policies and regulations of public sector procurement across the state. Cross River State DPPIB publishes procurement processes on the Cross River State e-procurement platform
The open competitive tender processes, all invitations to bid and award of contracts must be published in line with OCDS format (Cross River Due Process and Price Intelligence Law No. 9 (2020)). The publication includes all the information on public procurement of the Cross River State Government and its Ministry Department Agencies (MDA). The data comes from manually collected information (which doesn’t include real-time contracting information but captures brief summary of each contracting stage for each executed project) and automatically-collected information from their e-procurement system.
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Last reviewed: Jan 2022
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.
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