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
The team of the Transparent Cities program has presented a handbook Municipal Transparency: Best Practices, which contains new ideas and
For the first time in the 2019 Ranking, two cities became leaders. Drohobych and Pokrov received 79.1 points each. 
Two points lost. Ukraine’s score in Corruption Perceptions Index 2019 is 30 points out of 100. We have gone back
On December 18, Transparency International Ukraine held a presentation of the research “Asset Management as a Function of the ARMA.
It has been three years since the official launch of ProZorro, but has the business started trusting public procurement during
Today, on 15 July, TI Ukraine has presented the results of the interim transparency assessment of 100 biggest Ukrainian cities.
Increasingly many studies confirm that opening data helps national governments and local authorities to attract investments, build trade relations, reduce
In this report, we will analyze how the biggest cities of Ukraine have changed during the “Transparent Cities” program from
43% of funds spent on procurement of gas in 2018 went to three companies – OKKO, WOG and Livain Torh.
Ukraine has somewhat improved its result, scoring 32 points and ranking 120th among 180 countries.
After the decentralization process started in Ukraine, cities started completing for human capital and investments. It is therefore unsurprising that
Transparency International Ukraine presented its sectoral report devoted to procurement through ProZorro in the medical sphere. TI Ukraine’s Executive Director