In October 2020, the Italian civil society organization onData launched AppaltiPOP, a platform for citizens and stakeholders to monitor public procurement processes. The project makes public sector data more accessible and increases transparency in the public procurement sector in Italy.
onData sources the data for AppaltiPOP from public administrations, often via ANAC. Italian public administrations are obliged by a 2012 law to release all annual data on public procurement as XML files to the anti-corruption authority by January 31st of the subsequent year. AppaltiPOP’s team then helps to identify corruption risks, or red flags, and aims to send this data back to ANAC to support their investigations.
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