PUBLIC CONSULTATION:
The European Directive (2014/55/EU) on eInvoicing

 

About this consultation

Consultation period: 13 April – 25 May 2018

Policy areas: public procurement; eGovernment; electronic procurement (eProcurement); electronic invoicing (eInvoicing)

Related Documents: To respond to this public consultation please access the consultation documentation here: Participation and Explanatory Document Public Consultation on EU Directive 2014_55_EU on eInvoicing

 

Responses to this consultation

The Office of Government Procurement (OGP), reserves the right to publish any submission material on the OGP website, www.ogp.gov.ie/eInvoicing.

Contact: All response forms should be sent by email to einvoicing@ogp.gov.ie as well as any queries regarding eInvoicing and this consultation process.

Consultation input

Any submissions received during this consultation may be considered in the context of:

  1. The national transposition of the European Directive on eInvoicing in public procurement (2014/55/EU)
  2. The on-going development of a national strategy for eInvoicing in public procurement in Ireland and
  3. The approach and mechanism for the procurement of eInvoicing solutions to enable public bodies comply with the Directive and adhere to the national strategy.

Additional Information

For further information please access the European Directive 2014.55.EU on eInvoicing.

 

To access this Public Consultation in the Irish language please click here: Comhairliúchán Poiblí: Treoir Eorpach (2014/55/AE) ar Ríomhshonrascadh sa soláthar poiblí

Disclaimer
Please note that this document has been drafted for information and consultation purposes only. It does not in any way prejudge, or constitute the announcement of, any position on the part of eInvoicing Ireland and the Office of Government Procurement (OGP) on the issues covered. eInvoicing Ireland and the OGP does not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided, nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof.
Please note, this document is not intended as legal advice or a legal interpretation of Irish or EU law on public procurement.