This document is a final methodological paper of WP2 of the DIGIWHIST project. It describes how the final database (DB henceforth) was developed starting with a high level description of each public procurement source that was processed, continuing with a description of the processes that led to the development of a structured database, followed by the processes involved in […]
This paper describes the methodology and current output of the data validation process led by Datlab. The purpose of the process has been to check various properties of DIGIWHIST data on public procurement and provide continuous feedback to project partners. Thus the paper will: Describe the validation methodology Provide an overview of the work done Summarize the current […]
The deliverable D5.4 presents the final EU dissemination conference in Brussels and the further international presence of DIGIWHIST researchers at events such as conferences, workshops, panel discussions and other formats throughout the project.
The deliverable D6.1 presents the Memorandum of Understanding on the Sustainability of the EU Horizon 2020 DIGIWHIST project (MoU). In the framework of the Horizon 2020 Research Programme a consortium of six partner organizations that signed this MoU worked on the DIGIWHIST project (full title: “The Digital Whistleblower. Fiscal Transparency, Risk Assessment and Impact of Good Governance […]
The deliverable D6.2 presents the Memorandum of Understanding on the Establishment of the DIGIWHIST Network on Public Procurement (MoU). “Concerned about the seriousness of threats posed by corruption in the public procurement sector to the stability and security of societies Being aware that preventing and combating corruption in the area of public procurement can be substantially […]
The national workshops are part of the dissemination plan of the project Digiwhist. The workshops have been organised to disseminate the results, including the Digiwhist digital products, to the relevant stakeholders, namely EuroPAM Opentender MET This deliverable D5.3 describes the scope and objectives of the workshops and includes the slides used during the workshops.
Monitoring European Tenders – MET (https://monitoringeutenders.eu) – is a risk assessment software for public authorities to assess the degree of integrity of European public procurement procedures. MET is based on data collected from the Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) for the period 2009-2017 and on the risk indicators developed by the project DIGIWHIST. The aim of […]
Deliverable 4.3 “European transparency legislation observatory” or European Public Accountability Mechanisms (EuroPAM) is a website (http://europam.eu/) that presents the results of. D1.2 “Database of legal and regulatory norms” that was submitted by the Hertie School of Governance in the end of February 2016. EuroPAM is a database of legal and regulatory norms for 34 European […]
On 29 January 2018 our DIGIWHIST Project Final Conference took place at the European Parliament (Altiero Spinelli building) in Brussels. For everyone who missed the event or who wants to re-listen to the presentations and discussions here are the recordings of the event and the downloadable presentation slides of the respective conference speakers. Part 1 […]
This document has been prepared for the European Commission as part of a series of short papers on regional research and indicators produced by the Directorate-General for Regional Policy (WP 12/2017) Summary Based on previous DIGIWHIST research, we use a unique database of the EU-wide Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) which describes public procurement activities across the whole EU-28 between 2006-2015, […]