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22 August 2020 is the deadline for requesting changes to the eInvoicing Code Lists

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Those who wish to have new codes added to the next version of the VATEX and/or EAS code lists, are kindly invited to submit requests for changes by 22 August 2020.

Subsequent requests (such as changes or bug fixes) will be included in the next release in three months’ time.

The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) eInvoicing Building Block serves as the managing authority for these two code lists in the European standard on eInvoicing (EN 16931).

To submit Requests for Change visit the dedicated Code Lists page on the CEF Digital website or directly via the through the Service Desk.

CEF Digital provides a Registry of supporting technical resources (validation artefacts, code lists, etc.) to implement the European standard on eInvoicing. You can receive email notifications for each update to the items included in the registry (such as these code lists) directly on the dedicated page in the CEF eInvoicing User Community (simply follow the instructions at the bottom of the page).

CEF eInvoicing

The European Commission supports public administrations comply with Directive 2014/55/EU on electronic invoicing in public procurement with the CEF eInvoicing Building Block.

The Directive mandated the creation of a European standard on eInvoicing. The European standard makes it possible for sellers to send invoices to many customers by using a single eInvoicing format. This means they do not have to adjust their sending and/or receiving to connect with individual trading parties.

CEF eInvoicing makes the following services available:




Last updated on  Feb 18, 2021 14:31

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