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Category Archive: c

  1. Common standard

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    The common standard sets out good practice in reporting and publishing aid information.  It combines three complementary systems and processes: the OECD DAC’s Creditor Reporting System (CRS) and the Forward Spending Survey (FSS) and IATI.

  2. CSV

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    Comma separated values

  3. CSO

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    Civil society organisation

  4. CRS

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    Creditor Reporting System (of the OECD DAC)

  5. Comprehensive

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    Information is detailed and complete, both in terms of breadth (all the different types of foreign assistance

  6. Current

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    For the purposes of the 2016 Index, “current” is defined as published within the 12 months immediately prior to the data collection period (01 October 2014 –30 September 2015), so information published on 01 October 2014 or later and that relates to that date or later is accepted as current.

  7. Comparable

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    Information is disaggregated and detailed to allow different users to access, use and compare it with other international data sets in many ways. At present, the only standard that allows this for aid flows is IATI.