Poland becomes OpenPEPPOL Authority, 200th member

At the end of 2016, the Polish Ministry of Economic Development joined OpenPEPPOL as the Polish PEPPOL Authority and became member number 200 of the OpenPEPPOL community.
Joining OpenPEPPOL is the first concrete step in three years after the first steps were taken in 2013 of a Polish plan for building a new national e-invoicing framework based on PEPPOL services and standards.

The Polish government has started building the national services platform (PeF) supporting electronic invoicing for public procurement.

  • PeF will be the single point of European e-invoice delivery to public entities in Poland.
  • The project aims at helping public entities in implementing the Directive regulations.
  • In order to simplify the invoicing process change management, the PeF services will be offered free of charge.
  • The services will be compliant with the upcoming EU e-invoicing standard

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