The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) is inviting bids under the IATI Data Use Fund to improve the quality of IATI data.
With more than one million development and humanitarian activities published to IATI from over 1000 organisations, increasing the use of this data is one of IATI’s top priorities.
To-date more than one million development and humanitarian activities have been published to IATI from over 1000 organisations. The Data Use Fund is administered by UNDP and aims to increase awareness, improve guidance, tools, data quality and integrate IATI data into government systems.
Interested and qualified service providers are invited to outline ideas and submit proposals for funding to investigate feedback mechanisms between IATI data users and publishers as outlined below.
Request for Proposals (Deadline Friday 25 October 2019)
Theme 2: IATI Data Quality - Feedback Mechanism
UNDP/IATI is seeking to contract a service provider who has the capacity to conduct extensive research on options for a web-based feedback mechanism between IATI data users and publishers and provide recommendations to IATI on how a feedback mechanism could be designed and implemented with the ultimate outcome to improve data quality.
The deadline for receipt of proposals is Friday 25 October 2019. See full information on the RFP on the UNDP Procurement website: RFP/BPPS/2019/1897 – IATI DUF Theme 2: Data Quality - Feedback Mechanism.
UNDP and IATI are looking forward to receiving innovative and detailed proposals. Please do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and suggestions regarding the IATI Data Use Fund and the published Request for Proposal.