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


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