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Leading transparency and anti-corruption organizations from across Europe have today released a set of ten recommendations on how governments can ensure transparency of emergency procurement carried out during the coronavirus pandemic.
The recommendations, produced by Access Info Europe, Civio, ePaństwo Foundation, Funky Citizens and K-Monitor under the EU-funded RECORD, Reducing Corruption Risks with Data project, in collaboration with the Open Contracting Partnership, stress the benefits of transparency in emergency contexts, including that it helps prevent fraud and the artificial inflation of prices.
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