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About the event

On 31 May 2017, a live Webinar, followed by an interactive Q&A session, will provide information on the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) eInvoicing building block. 

This event is an opportunity to familiarise yourself with the basics of electronic invoicing in public procurement and the services made available by CEF eInvoicing to support public and private entities to comply with the Directive 2014/55/EU on electronic invoicing in public procurement and the European standard on eInvoicing (due to be published in 2017).

Participants to this webinar will learn about:

  • The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) and the CEF eInvoicing building block
  • Background (PEPPOL and eSENS Large Scale Projects) and context of CEF eInvoicing
  • The eInvoicing Directive and the forthcoming European standard on eInvoicing
  • Resources and services made available via CEF eInvoicing
  • INEA grants

Agenda

TimeItemSpeaker
10.00 - 10.10WelcomeThomas Fillis, DIGIT
10.10 - 10.20Introduction to the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Thomas Fillis, DIGIT
10.20 - 10.30CEF eInvoicing - background and context

Christian Rasmussen, DIGIT

10.30 - 10.45CEF eInvoicing - from the Directive to the standard

Martin Forsberg

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Christian Rasmussen, DIGIT

10.45 - 11.00CEF eInvoicing - resources, services and grants available
11.00 - 11.15Q&AAll
11.15 - 11.30CloseThomas Fillis, DIGIT


Upcoming Webinars

This webinar is part of a series that will cover the most relevant eInvoicing topics. Follow us to receive the latest updates on CEF eInvoicing and upcoming events. 

Webinar #

Topic

Date

1

CEF eInvoicing - What's in it for you?

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

10:00 - 11:30 (CET)

2

Funding and grants for eInvoicing

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

10:00 - 11:30 (CET)

3

The European standard (eInvoicing Directive) and its content

Monday, 11 September 2017

10:00 - 11:30 (CET)

4

Infrastructure based on the eDelivery DSI architecture

September 2017 (date tbc)

5

eInvoicing from a user's perspective (incl. ordering & payments)

October 2017 (date tbc)

6

Examples of Early Adopters of large scale eInvoicing

November 2017 (date tbc)

7

Basic XML using examples from the EN-syntaxes plus mapping & conversion

December 2017 (date tbc)

8

XML validation mechanisms

January 2018 (date tbc)

9

In-depth OASIS UBL 2.1 & UN/CEFACT CII

February 2018 (date tbc)


Webinar presentation


Webinar videos

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1. CEF eInvoicing - Introduction

2. CEF eInvoicing - Introduction to the CEF program

3. CEF eInvoicing - Background and context

4. CEF eInvoicing - from the Directive to the standard

5. CEF eInvoicing - Resources, services and grants available


About CEF eInvoicing

Financed by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), the purpose of the CEF eInvoicing building block is to promote the uptake and accelerate the use of eInvoicing respecting the Directive 2014/55/EU on electronic invoicing in public procurement and the European standard on eInvoicing (due to be published in 2017), amongst both public and private entities established in the EU, as well as in participating EEA countries. The benefits to both users and the wider economy of adopting eInvoicing are reduced risks, reduced costs and improved market.

The CEF eInvoicing building block serves to support public administrations in complying with the aforementioned eInvoicing Directive, and helps solution providers adapt their services accordingly. To do so, CEF eInvoicing makes the following services available:

About the CEF building blocks

The CEF building blocks provide basic services which can be reused to enable more complex digital public services offered to citizens, businesses and public administration. They provide reusable tools and services helping to underpin the Digital Single Market, that aims to remove digital regulatory barriers, contributing as much as EUR 415 billion per year to the European economy. The CEF Digital Portal is the home of the CEF building blocks (eIDeDeliveryeInvoicingeSignature and eTranslation). It is the one-stop-shop for information about the building blocks. The portal provides access to tools, services and software that facilitates the deployment of eID to access digital public services across borders.

About the presenters


Thomas Fillis

Thomas Fillis is a Communications Consultant in DIGIT working on CEF Digital. Prior to joining DIGIT, Thomas advised a Member of the European Parliament, and worked in the private and not-for-profit sectors. A native of Liverpool, and has certifications from Universities in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands.

Christian Rasmussen

Christian Vindinge Rasmussen is an experienced eProcurement Expert specialized in the execution of large scale ICT projects with past experience from the Nordic region including Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Christian has also been involved in the past EU-funded large scale pilots PEPPOL.eu and eSENS.eu as Work packager leader including focus on new eProcurement and eDelivery development.

Martin Forsberg

Martin Forsberg works as an expert in the area of electronic business, customs and financial processes. Martin was involved in the PEPPOL and eSENS Large Scale Pilots. He is active in standardization committees such as CEN TC434 and OASIS UBL.

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