Transparency International Ukraine experts analyzed and assessed the implementation of recommendations to improve the level of capacity, management, and interaction
Why are some cities actively implementing changes, while others remain passive? What motivates them, and what challenges hinder progress? Look
<p>The Transparent Cities program presents an updated version of the methodology for assessing the transparency of the 100 largest cities
The Transparent cities program together with civil society organizations Public Control Platform and Center for Public Monitoring and Research present an updated city accountability ranking methodology.
The results ofthe Transparency Ranking of 100 Largest Ukrainian Cities and the Accountability Ranking – 2020 of 50 Ukrainian Cities
Transparency International Ukraine CSO presented the results of two rankings — the Transparency Ranking of 100 Largest Ukrainian Cities and
The report on non-price criteria in public procurement in Ukraine.
Transparency International Ukraine presents the results of a six-month comprehensive study of the High Anti-Corruption Court’s work. HACC is a
The report on simplified procurement in Prozorro.
A study of capacity, management and interaction of agencies that make up Ukraine’s anti-corruption infrastructure
The report on abnormally low prices in public procurement in Ukraine.
The team of the “Transparent cities” program present an updated methodology for rating the transparency of cities-2020. The City transparency
For the first time in the 2019 Ranking, two cities became leaders. Drohobych and Pokrov received 79.1 points each.