The Secretary of Infrastructure of Nuevo León tracks information in a centralized system called Sistema Integral de Administración de la Secretaría de Infraestructura (SIASI).
All the information related to infrastructure contracts (payments and agreements) is stored through the system called Control Interno de Obra Pública (CIOP). SIASI tracks the global information on infrastructure processes from planning to completion of the projects, relating them to their corresponding contracts from the CIOP.
All infrastructure projects of the secretary must be uploaded to SIASI. The Law of Transparency and Access to Public Information State of Nuevo León, published in the Official State Newspaper on July 1, 2016, is the Law that regulates the fundamental right of access of any person to this information.
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Nuevo León publishes data using the OCDS and OC4IDS standards. Besides core OCDS fields, Nuevo León also publishes other relevant information through some OCDS recommended extensions, such as request for quotes, clarification meetings, payment method, taxes, public notices, implementation status, award rationale, surveillance mechanisms, extended procurement category, contact point type, budget lines, guarantees.
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Last reviewed: Sep 2021
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