govBuy is a new platform that allows anyone to provide microservices, software libraries, non-critical bug fixes and more to government agencies.
Initiated by the Government Digital Services team, the current site is a prototype forked from 18F, that we are using to gauge interest and feasibility in Singapore. Bidding closes on Friday, 30 September 2016.
Find out more about why we’re running this experiment.
If you’d like to be a part of the experiment, read on to find out how to submit a bid.
Help us trial govBuy. Here's how you can submit a bid.
Submit a bid. Decide what’s a fair rate for doing the task and put in your bid. Each task specifies a maximum bid, capped at $5,000, with $1 the lowest possible bid.
Lowest bid wins. In all auctions, the lowest bid wins. If you’re the winner, you’ll have to submit your code within the timeframe given in the task. If your code meets all the stated requirements by the given deadline, you’ll get paid what you bid.
If your code doesn’t meet the requirements, we’ll reopen the auction. Sadly, you won’t get paid.