The ranking is based on an assessment of levels of access to procurement related information from public and security sector institutions. Specifically, information on procurement plans, procurement processes and capital expenditure was sought.
The FOI rankings build on two previous editions of annual FOI rankings. This is the aim of the rankings; that Procurement related information would be liberated and made as coherent as possible; and in a way that enables increased efficiency in public service delivery.
The public institutions listed were ranked based on benchmarks for disclosure within the Nigerian Freedom of Information Act, 2011. Specifically, these benchmarks are:
This is further divided into
Full proactive disclosure is obtained where information on the procurement plans and capital expenditure of a public institution is found on their website. Where a part of this information is found, partial disclosure applied. Where there is no disclosure of procurement related information on the website of the public institution, there is no proactive disclosure.
Note that even though proactive disclosure is the highest parameter, an institution that discloses information after recieving a request from us would score less than an institution that already proactively disclosed the information. For the purpose of this ranking, the total ranking score for any institution would be the score for proactive disclosure + number of days it took the institution to respond to our request (and not number of days it took the institution to disclose the information on their website after the request was made) + level of disclosure.
Where there is no full proactive disclosure, a request for information is made. Responsiveness to requests for information is ranked based on:
This is based on the following:
|12 Month Avg. Chg||16.97 %|
|12 Month Avg. Chg||14.41 %|
|12 Month Avg. Chg||19.14 %|
|By Expenditure||-1.70 %|
|Final Household Consumption||-14.59 %|
|Capital Formation||-7.97 %|
|Youth Unemp/Underemp||47.40 %|
|Average PMS Price||N146.0|
|State with Highest Price||Yobe (N152.50)|
|State with Lowest Price||Ekiti (N143.73)|
Nigerian Gross Domestic Product Report (Q3 2017)
(GDP Quarterly Reports)
Transport Fare Watch (OCTOBER 2017)
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) Price Watch (OCTOBER 2017)
National Household Kerosene Price Watch (OCTOBER 2017)
Selected Food Prices Watch (OCTOBER 2017)
Automotive Gas Oil (Diesel) Price Watch (OCTOBER 2017)
Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) Price Watch (OCTOBER 2017)
CPI and Inflation Report October 2017
(CPI and Inflation Reports)
Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2016-17
(Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey)
Opening Remarks by the SG Dr. Yemi Kale at the Launch of the Fifth Round of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS5) in Nigeria
(Other General Reports by NBS)