Red Flags

Flagging procurements that are potentially corrupt
Project website

The “Red Flags in Public Procurement” project, carried out in co-operation with Transparency International, aims to develop a risk indicator and early warning system that helps to identify or prevent risky public procurements.


Project website


Indicators that are used for red-flaging are documented in section 2 of project documentation.


Source code is available on Github, the documentation is exposed also on


  • K-monitor

    K-Monitor is an anti-corruption grass root NGO founded in 2007. K-Monitor strives against corruption and promotes the transparency of public spending in Hungary. K-Monitor operates open data websites, conducts research and advocates for legal reform.  With the contribution of our researches, analyses and recommendations, we aim to challenge and overcome the social indifference to corruption, to raise awareness and disseminate knowledge. We truly believe that information technology can contribute to a more open, more transparent and more democratic way of governing. Therefore K-Monitor develops databases and online tools by which public expenses become trackable, and decision makers can be hold accountable. Principles of our operation are openness, independence and a critical approach.

    learn more
  • VoksMonitor

    Voksmonitor help you to compare the views of political candidates with your own opinions and help you vote smart.

    learn more
  • Vodite Racuna – Budget Viz

    Part of the bigger website educating about taxes and public budgets – a visualization showing planned budget of Serbia for year 2014.

    It also offers unique tool to compare budget across years:


    learn more
  • Latarnik Wyborczy

    Latarnik Wyborczy is a website that allows citizens to compare their views with programmes of political parties running in national elections, allowing them to vote smart.

    learn more