The session will to present concrete examples for how open data has been used to make public procurement processes more transparent, accountable, and effective to promote positive changes in government and people’s lives.

The session will seek to reveal how open data can help to clean up public procurements, a $2 billion USD a year industry that is at high risk of corruption and mismanagement.

Michael Canares

Miko is Web Foundation’s Regional Research Manager for Asia. He has more than...

Hera Hussain

Hera catalyzes communities, journalists, and activists, helping them embrace open...

Lindsey Marchessault

Lindsey Marchessault manages the Open Contracting Data Standard Help Desk and several...

Gabriella Nagy

Lawyer, graduated in 2002 at the Law Faculty of Eötvös Lóránd University of...

Romain Tales

Having worked 3 years with the leading players of the sector of Web tv and of Web...

Ana Zúñiga

General Director for Messaging and Technologies Government México City

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