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eInvoicing in Slovenia

Responsible

Ministry of Public Administration (policy making)
Public Payments Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (PPA) (attached to the Ministry of Finance)(implementation and maintenance) 

Legislation

Law on the provision of payment services to budget users (Zakon o opravljanju plačilnih storitev za proračunske uporabnike (Uradni list RS, št. 59/10 in 111/13))
B2G eInvoicing is mandatory in Slovenia since 2015 

Mandatory for

Receiving and processing: Central authorities, Regional authorities & Local authorities

Standard(s)

eSlog (national XML standard based on EDIFAC- EANCOM) – mandatory standard

PlatformUJP eRačun

Legislation

The Law on the provision of payment services to budget users mandates the use of eInvoices in billing for public procurement. The use of eInvoices is fully applied in the public sector (B2G). The law further mandates the use of the Public Payments’ Administration of the Republic of Slovenia (PPA) eInvoicing system and details its tasks.

eInvoicing platform and eInvoicing management solutions

In Slovenia, it is mandatory that eInvoices in B2G are sent through the PPA eInvoicing system. eInvoices can be submitted by economic operators through different channels (websevices, webportal, etc.) and by using different market solutions. Bizbox and Bankart Banks Network are the main eInvoicing solution providers used by public entities and economic operators in Slovenia.

Approach for receiving and processing eInvoices

In Slovenia, eInvoices to the federal government must be submitted using the central government platform, i.e. the Business Service Portal (USP) which is operated by the Federal Computing Centre (BRZ). The BRZ, as the IT service provider and partner of the Federal Ministry of Finance, provides the IT solution for the eInvoice system. Economic operators have to be registered on that platform which is also the identity provider.

In Slovenia, economic operators send all eInvoices to the PPA through its central eInvoicing system (PPA eInvoicing system). Economic operators can submit eInvoices:

  • Manually via the Web portal PPA eInvoicing (UJP eRačun). This service is provided to small businesses that can directly submit up to 60 eInvoices per year;
  • Automatically via eInvoicing solution providers that have successfully obtained certification from the PPA eInvoicing system and have established a direct link with it. This method for sending eInvoices is recommended for medium and large-sized enterprises due to the process automation and the data integration with the companies’ in-house management systems;
  • Automatically through Bankart eInvoicing solutions provided by banks participating in the eInvoicing interbank exchange in Slovenia[1]. It is used in the eInvoicing interbank exchange with the PPA. The Bankart allows the participating banks and the PPA to submit and receive electronic invoices to and from their clients using their own solutions (e.g. electronic banking services).

Additional information

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[1] Currently, the following banks participate in the eInvoicing interbank exchange in Slovenia: Abanka d.d., Banka Koper d.d., Banka Sparkasse d.d., BKS Bank AG, Delavska hranilnica d.d., Deželna banka Slovenije d.d., Gorenjska banka d.d., Hranilnica LON d.d., Primorska Hranilnica d.d., Hypo Alpe-Adria bank d.d., Nova kreditna banka Maribor d.d., Nova Ljubljanska banka d.d., Poštna banka Slovenije d.d., Raiffeisen banka d.d., Sberbank banka d.d., SKB Banka d.d., Unicredit banka Slovenija d.d. and Public Payments Administration of the Republic of Slovenia.

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You can also access the 2016 eInvoicing Country Sheets via the eInvoicing User Community.

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Last updated:  Nov 29, 2017 17:33