European Parliament supports proposal on e-invoicing in public procurement
The push towards e-procurement is continuing with the recent backing by the European Parliament of the European Commission’s proposals on e-invoicing. David Hansom and Daniel Brandon in Veale Wasbrough Vizards’ procurement team look at the details.
The proposed directive put forward by the European Commission calls for making the receipt and processing of electronic invoices in public procurement obligatory and for the development of a new European e-invoicing standard. A European-wide standard should mean compliant e-invoices sent by a supplier will ultimately be accepted by all European public authorities…
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