Alternative DataGovernment procurement data for investment application
Scope and Contents
Above 48.2 million awarded contracts with full project information from 2010-to-2019.
Nearly 2.0 million awarded companies (direct awardees) worldwide and full project history for each company record
More than 4 million companies altogether including direct awardees with their entire subsidiary structure
Matching to publicly listed companies and options for ticker monitoring for all public companies directly or indirectly (through subsidiaries) participating in public procurement worldwide
Company analytics with live company rankings and analytical profiling of public sector vendors worldwide
In-depth institutional performance and contract award distribution statistics of public buyers
Nearly 150 000 new awarded contracts in addition to thousands new company entries every month
Nearly 5000 awarded contracts every day
TenderAlpha provides the only ticker-mapped global public contracts data product with market signalling information on nearly 7 000 stocks involved in government contracting
Unlock the potential for fundamentally analysing the dynamic relationship between public buyers and listed suppliers highlighting deep government-corporate links and purchasing trends
Leveraging our knowledge and data around the connections between companies, buyers, markets, and the economy we provide custom insights with macroeconomic implications.
Mapped to tickers of publicly listed companies
Easy to grasp public buyers activities historically and through real time tracking
The global public procurement contract awards data is new to the financial industry
Dynamic analysis of stock prices of companies involved in government sector
Ongoing research for US and EU government contracts indicates a statistically significant relationship between material contract awards, and subsequent sales surprise and stock price movements
Local and sectoral level breakdown of public purchasing
Data Report Card
Length of History
From 2010 to present*
*from 2014 to present for developing countries
Different sources update at different frequencies, ranging from daily to monthly
Data is obtained directly from primary sources: government websites, information portals and other online publications
Well-structured, cleaned and aggregated data in one standard format (incl. parent and subsidiaries corporate database)
Data Collection Method
Contract information is scraped from government publications and procurement websites, harmonized, cleaned and mapped to awardee companies
Data Reporting Lag
Minimum one day; depends on source and contract spciefics
The dataset covers nearly 40 million contracts awarded to over 2 million unique companies. The dataset tracks the details of federal contracts awarded by governments in over 40 countries
Coverage within Asset Range
Equity capital scope of analysis
Market Awareness of Data
Innovative model to predict relationship between stock price and material government contract awards
Liquidity of Underlying Assets
Mid-to-large caps across multiple geographies such as Australia, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine, China, India, the United States, and EU member nations. Liquid and easy to trade
Uniqueness of Data
Unique, replicable only at a very high cost, hence wide moat. Data is public but hard to acquire and standardize or parse
Harmonization across records, company mapping. Each contract is mapped to a specific vendor firm. These mappings include stock tickers, company names and government identifiers
Hedge Fund Usage
Limited used by hedge funds
Research on the Importance of Publicly Listed Companies in Public Procurement Market
Geography: United States, EU-28, Russian Federation, Australia
Time Range: from 2012 to 2017
contracts have been awarded to around 8 000 actively (6 700) and formerly (1 300) public listed companies directly and/ or through their subsidiaries (nearly 30 000 subsidiaries of these 8 000 PLCs).
of the public procurement contract awards made globally are being awarded to suppliers that are listed representing only around 2% of all awarded companies thus demonstrating the significance of PLCs in public procurement worldwide.
Tickers of listed companies worldwide with annual government income above USD 500 m.
5 key industries
with multi-million contract awards on daily basis including defence, construction, energy, professional services, IT & cyber security.
to access and consume the data with various formats and data breakdowns available including individual and sector-based stock monitoring and ticker-mapped pipeline of receivables.
with full decade of historical data providing options to back-test predictions of bankruptcies and signal market concentration and the related corporate and governance risks.