Media plays important role in making public procurement more transparent and accountable, yet lack of understanding on open contracting makes journalists and the media rarely reveal corruption cases in procurement. Hivos and Alliance of Independent Journalist (AJI) Jakarta will work to develop a network consists of 12 local investigative and citizen journalists from Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Bojonegoro, Mataram, and Makassar. The network of investigative journalists will report on corruption in public procurement particularly in health and education sectors, and investigate on citizen journalist reports. AJI Jakarta will also facilitate fellowship program to encourage young journalists to improve data driven reporting/investigation in their work. This work will contribute to SPEAK’s Specific Objectives 2. Improve accountability of public procurement and public services through community-based monitoring. The project also aims to increase public awareness of preventing corruption in health and education sectors and the importance of public participation in corruption prevention and its supervision.