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EU Consultation on e-Procurement Processes

As part of its consultation following the publication of the Green Paper on expanding the use of e-Procurement in the EU, the European Commission has asked interested parties to submit their views and reactions by 31 January 2011 to review the possibilities offered by ICT to re-model procurement processes, with a view to driving efficiency gains in public procurement and use e-procurement capacity – notably with a view to boost cross-border participation in on-line procurement procedures.

The link below includes the new EU eInteroperability standards,  the classification coding, etc. offered free of charge to be used by EU governments when designing their eProcurement systems.


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2 comments to EU Consultation on e-Procurement Processes

  • Thanks for some quality points there. I am kind of new to online , so I printed this off to put in my file, any better way to go about keeping track of it then printing?

  • P. Narantsetseg, consultant

    I would like to express my gratitude for the providing effective sources on the e-procurement consultation of the EU. I would like to note that I submitted my views on the e-public procurement processes and procedures of the EU.

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