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Under EU single market laws, people and businesses have certain rights to move around the European Economic Area for work, study, trade, etc.

If your authority is involved in implementing these laws on the ground, you may need to exchange information with similar bodies in other countries.

The Internal Market Information System (IMI) enables you to do this.

For a brief explanation watch this video:



All user survey - results have been published

The Commission conducted a survey to assess users’ experience with IMI in terms of user-friendliness, functions and benefits. The results of the survey have now been published.


Public procurement in IMI

From now on public authorities can use IMI to check information and documentation provided by procurement companies from other European countries.

Access to IMI

Only registered users can access the Internal Market Information System (IMI).

IMI training system

If you are new to IMI and you want to familiarise yourself with the system, you can use our training system.

To do so, you first need to register.

Not yet registered?

Your registration request has to be approved by a national IMI coordinator. Only competent authorities can request registration in IMI.