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ABOUT: AppaltiPOP is a new open data platform that aims to increase transparency and competitiveness in public procurement in Italy. The project makes public sector data more accessible for a wide range of stakeholders such as civil society organizations, companies, civil servants, and citizens at large. The platform gathers data from a number of different Italian municipalities, converts it as Open Contracting Data Standards, and puts it in a single place to be accessed. Finally, public contract data gets “red flagged” on the basis of different transparency and competitiveness criteria. The platform usage does not require any technical competencies. In fact, it makes all Italian public contracts data very easy to be used and understood, increasing the potential number of people that can access it dramatically. Appaltipop is a project by Ondata, co-funded by European Commission, Parliament Watch Italy and Transparency International Italy.
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