Coalition for open, fair, and accountable public spending in the EU

We aim to stop public funds siphoning off and we have a plan that will help.

Why Open Spending?

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Find out more about the Coalition and its members' activities and the state of open spending in the EU and Member States

The European Commission published its Recovery and Resilience Facility Mid-term Evaluation Report on 21 February. M...
It is a tradition to take stock of the activities you have carried out over the past year. We, too, join it and pre...
EU countries are legally obligated to publish information about 100 finalrecipients receiving the highest amounts o...
The accession of new countries to the European Union brings with it many challenges. Among them, for example, the i...
Welcome to our monthly review of our members’ activities. What did they do over the summer and in October? Yo...
The European Court of Auditors has issued another report on Recovery Funds. It has highlighted problems in identify...
Welcome to our monthly review of our members’ activities. What did they do over the summer and in September? ...
More and more voices are being raised about the need for greater transparency in the spending of Recovery funds. Th...
An intensive stay at the Open Government Partnership Summit in Tallinn is behind us. In addition to individual part...
Finally, the long-awaited study on “Identifying Data Topics to Expand High-Value Data Sets for the Public Sec...
Public procurement counts for 14% of the EU’s GDP. Businesses, especially SMEs,seek lower barriers to participati...
We are not the only ones involved in Recovery and Resilience Facility analysis. There is a whole group of entities ...