[OpenSpending] Procurement ban lists?
friedrich.lindenberg at okfn.org
Tue Dec 8 21:29:18 UTC 2015
Thanks, Diego, exactly the stuff I'm looking for!
Looks like our Murican friends also have things pretty well covered:
http://1.usa.gov/1Tztcrq (61MB CSV)
On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 10:09 PM, Diego de la Mora <diego at fundar.org.mx>
> Hello Friedrich,
> Here is the link to the mexican list:
> If you have problems with translation, please tell me.
> 2015-12-08 15:03 GMT-06:00 Friedrich Lindenberg <
> friedrich.lindenberg at gmail.com>:
>> Hey all,
>> long time no see! After last week's OpenSpending meeting, it's clear to
>> me that procurement data is a particularly exciting area in open fiscal
>> data at the moment.
>> In that context, I was hoping people have hints for me on where to find
>> banned supplier lists of various country's procurement authorities.
>> So far, I've found such lists on the World Bank's web site, and in very
>> few countries - but it'd be amazing to have a more comprehensive set
>> (basically to see if country A bans company 1, which then proceeds to big
>> in country B).
>> Any hints? Cheers!
>> - Friedrich
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