The Georgian e-Procurement Data Visualisation allows easy access to 7 years of Georgian public procurement data. It has been developed using open data published by the Georgian State Procurement Agency, according to the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS) . The OCDS format provides a standard way of structuring and sharing procurement data.
The initial site contains three sections:
The Summary section contains basic overview data on the Georgian e-Procurement system: the largest procuring entities, the largest suppliers, and a breakdown by goods, works and services - displayed by value and by number of contracts.
The Competition section shows the average number of bidders by procuring entity, supplier, and goods, works and services.
The Savings section shows the total and average savings by organisation.
Throughout the visualisation, you can set filters on the left hand side that will be applied to all tables and charts throughout the site. You can also specify how the visualisation should be displayed using the drop-down menus at the top alongside the visualisation.