E-invoicing in public procurement: frequently asked questions European Commission MEMO Brussels, 11 March 2014 What is e-procurement and e-invoicing? Electronic procurement (e-procurement) refers to the use of electronic means by public sector organisations when buying supplies and services or tendering public works. Electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) is the electronic transfer of invoices between business partners (supplier and buyer).
Task Force for Greece: well-targeted and well-resourced assistance supporting vital reforms European Commission MEMO Brussels, 11 March 2014 What is the role of the Task Force for Greece? The Task Force for Greece (TFGR) was launched by President Barroso in July 2011 to provide technical assistance to the Greek authorities.
The Future EU Justice and Home Affairs Agendas: Questions and Answers European Commission MEMO Strasbourg, 11 March 2014 What is the EU Justice Agenda for 2020? The European Commission has today outlined its vision for the future of EU justice policy (IP/14/233). The European Council's five-year Stockholm Programme and the related Commission Action Plan (IP/10/447) setting the priorities for the area...
Daily News of 2014-03-11 EXME 14 / 11.03 DAILY NEWS 11 / 03 / 14 EU support to Ukraine – trade measures The European Commission will adopt today a set of trade provisions to support Ukraine. This proposal is a concrete, tangible measure of support to Ukraine in the context of the package adopted...
Speech: Making the EU Data Protection Reform irreversible European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Viviane Reding Vice-President of the European Commission, EU Justice Commissioner Speech: European Parliament plenary debate ahead of the vote on the EU Data Protection reform Strasbourg, 11 March 2014 In May 2011, this House called for a reform of Europe's data protection rules.