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Implementation strategy for OC

Resources that share information regarding your approach to implementing open contracting.

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Join us for the launch of the Government Transparency Institute’s (GTI) and Transparency International Health Initiative’s new report About this Event Join us for the launch of the Government Transparency Institute’s (GTI) and Transparency International Health Initiative’s new report; “Modelling Reform Strategies for Open Contracting in Low and Middle Income Countries” – evaluating the effectiveness…

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Open it to fix it: How Nigerians are shedding light on public deals with data

A blog by the Open Contracting Partnership describing the implementation of open contracting in Nigeria and the role of social accountability mechanisms.

Keeping the Receipts: Transparency, Accountability, and Legitimacy in Emergency Responses

The Spring 2020 Fiscal Monitor called on governments “to do what it takes” in launching emergency
measures to address the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people and firms, “but to keep the
receipts.” Commensurate with the magnitude of the economic and health crisis, massive fiscal support
packages 2 have been adopted by governments, including a variety of revenue and expenditure measures
(e.g., additional expenditure on healthcare, cash transfers to households and businesses, loan guarantees,
and equity injections). This note argues that ensuring fiscal transparency, public accountability, and
institutional legitimacy are the main pillars of “keeping the receipts.” It provides guidance and best public
financial management (PFM) practices, drawing on cross-country examples.

Experts

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Sean Darby

Transparency International Health Initiative

Senior Project Officer MEL

Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Senior Project Officer at Transparency International Health Initiative. Primarily focused on TIHI's Open Contracting for Health project, which seeks to improve health outcomes in partner countries and increase public trust in health services through increased transparency in the health procurement cycle. Also working on the ‘Improving COVID19 procurement to increase equitable access to medicines and medical equipment’ which seeks to improve transparency in emergency, specifically COVID-19 related, procurement processes. Have experience in social accountability focused, capacity building and transparency projects.