Pilot of the Open Contracting Data Standard (250 contract records)
This dataset includes the results of the pilot activity that Public Services and Procurement Canada undertook as part of Canada’s 2018-2020 National Action Plan on Open Government. The purpose is to demonstrate the usage and implementation of the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS).
OCDS is an international data standard that is used to standardize how contracting data and documents can be published in an accessible, structured, and repeatable way. OCDS uses a standard language for contracting data that can be understood by all users.
What procurement data is included in the OCDS Pilot?
Procurement data included as part of this pilot is a cross-section of at least 250 contract records for a variety of contracts, including major projects.
Methodology and lessons learned
The Lessons Learned Report documents the methodology used and the lessons learned during the process of compiling the pilot data.
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Public Services and Procurement Canada
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
Data and Resources
Web View (Open Contracting) HTMLEnglish website HTML
Web View (Open Contracting)HTMLFrench website HTML
Releases (JSON - zipped)JSONEnglish French dataset JSON
Records (JSON - zipped)JSONEnglish French dataset JSON
Methodology and Lessons LearnedHTMLEnglish guide HTML
Methodology and Lessons LearnedHTMLFrench guide HTML
Methodology and Lessons LearnedPDFEnglish guide PDF
Methodology and Lessons LearnedPDFFrench guide PDF