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EESPA and OpenPEPPOL are very concerned by the provision in the Directive 2014/55/EU that all 300.000+ EU public sector contracting authorities will need to be able to receive electronic invoices expressed in any of a list of up to four syntaxes to be recommended by CEN TC 434 for a European core invoice standard. They propose 2 syntaxes.Read More
The German Ministry of Internal Affairs (BMI) has drafted new legislation to transpose the EU Directive 2014/55/EU into German legislation. However, the new German draft regulation has an ambition that goes far beyond the EU Directive 2014/55/EU.
It shall for example affect all invoices, regardless of the amount. In addition it paves the way for the government to define further requirements, for instance mandating suppliers to send invoices just in electronic format. The latter however has net yet been drafted.
As it stands today, Costa Rican companies are not yet required to use e-invoicing through the Costa Rican IT infrastructure. The only ones joining the system do so voluntarily. However this may change quickly when e-invoicing becomes mandatory.Read More
Will the Brexit undermine the current e-procurement strategy and throw it into turmoil? Or will e-trading remain a very real necessity in driving down costs and suppliers, who trade across Europe, will continue to benefit from a consistent, though locally developed, PEPPOL infrastructure?Read More
The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs has decided that for all contracts signed after 1 January 2017, only accept XML electronic invoices from suppliers will be accepted. The Dutch government hopes to encourage other municipalities, provinces and water management organisations to switch as well. As these are not yet obliged to do so, yet.Read More
Since July 2015, the Directorate General of Taxes have been mandating enterprises in the Java and Bali region to use e-invoicing. In addition, it has since then also pointed out to all buyers of goods and services who receive tax invoices, to ensure that the received tax invoice received is an e-invoice (or and e-bill, from the consumer’s perspective).Read More
A new data centre with 200 terra-byte storage capacity will be set up with an additional financing of $10 million that the global agency approved in Washington.Read More
The Norwegian public sector has chosen to communicate through the PEPPOL network and in 2015, approximately 21 million electronic invoices were exchanged via PEPPOL Norway. The number of recipients that are connected to the network increases with more than 50 companies per day.Read More
Steve Sprague, Invoiceware's VP of Product Strategy, will be speaking in the following session: "Transforming 2016 Government Mandated Compliance into Tax Transparency and Cash Flow"Read More
B2G e-invoicing becomes compulsory from January next year for large companies (more than 5000 employees) and all public institutions. Luckily, the French governmentprovides for gradual adaptation to tax dematerialization, lasting until 2020.Read More