Red Flags: what they are and how to use them
When working with a huge procurement dataset, containing tens of thousands of contracts, looking at the fine print of each of them is not an option. But you can use red flags to surface those tenders with suspicious details, and then study those in further detail. A red flag doesn't mean a contract is corrupt or illegal, just a hint that a closer look may reveal irregularities. And the more red flags, the stronger the suspicion, start there.