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Open Contracting

We will propose reforms to the federal regulatory framework related to public procurement in responsibility of the executive in order to promote the principles of Open Contracting to include the planning and execution stages.

Country: Mexico

Status: inactive

Themes: Public procurement

Last updated: December 2020

Classification:

Concrete: Concrete | New: Other | Ambitious: Other

  • 2 Evidence:

    Agreement establishing the inclusion of Mexican public procurment information to the CompraNet portal.

    GREEMENT establishing the obligation to incorporate CompraNet

  • 6 Notes:

    There is no update on this commitment, so it has been kept as inactive.

    Updated: October 31, 2020

    There have been no legislative changes to formally incorporate open contracting in all the public procurement cycle. However, the General Law on Transparency and Access to Public Information (LGTAIP in Spanish) considers that all the information of a public procurement procedure must be public. In 2017, there was the approval of an agreement to order that all the proceedings should be done under the Open Contracting Data Standard; but after the change of government, there have not been modifications to the regulatory framework.

    Updated: April 30, 2020

    There have been no legislative changes to formally incorporate open contracting in all the public procurement cycle. However, the General Law on Transparency and Access to Public Information (LGTAIP in Spanish) considers that all the information of a public procurement procedure must be public. In 2017, there was the approval of an agreement to order that all the proceedings should be done under the Open Contracting Data Standard; but after the change of government, there have not been modifications to the regulatory framework.

    Updated: October 30, 2019

    No change since

    Updated: October 30, 2018

    Along with the World Bank, Mexico developed an adaptation for the Open Contracting Data Standard for it to work with the national procurement system, the adaptation considers through extensions specific aspects of the Mexican public procurement legislation. Currently, the Federal Public Administration is developing a platform in which all contracts are published using the Open Contracting Data Standard. The Standard includes information from all the contracting cycle, starting in the planning stage and ending in its implementation.

    Updated: July 30, 2017

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