Keystone’s Open Contracting Theory of Change Survey report available here

This report was released at the Open Contracting First Global Meeting in Johannesburg 24th-26th October. It presents the results from an online survey about a growing practice known as Open Contracting. The main purpose of the survey was to understand how familiar people are with the Open Contracting approach and how they understood its effects.

The report – which comprises a narrative summary of the main findings followed by a comprehensive presentation of the findings – is one small contribution to the Open Contracting process. Its findings give us a snapshot of how a diverse, international group of people familiar with procurement and different modalities of public contracts thinks about the change narrative of Open Contracting.

To read the full report, please click here.

To read the main findings summary, please click here.

For more information about this event, please contact Sara Danish on

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