The OpenTender platform – run by the Government Transparency Institute – collects, transforms and publishes contracting data from 35 jurisdictions: 27 European Union (EU) member states, EU Institutions, Georgia, Iceland, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, and the UK. The data come from Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) and from national procurement portals.
The data from TED covers contracts whose monetary values exceed the thresholds set by EU directives. The thresholds are adjusted for inflation every 2 years. This data is supplemented by data from the national procurement portal (Doffin), to cover contracts whose monetary values are below those thresholds.
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