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PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL OpenPEPPOL – Making Procurement Better André Hoddevik Head of e-procurement unit, Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi), Norway Secretary General, OpenPEPPOL AISBL, Belgium
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL The PEPPOL Vision The PEPPOL vision is: To enable businesses to communicate electronically with any European government institution in the procurement process, increasing efficiencies and reducing costs. The PEPPOL project ( ) was launched to address the key eProcurement challenges in Europe. It has been jointly funded by the EC and a consortium of 18 government agencies from 11 member states
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL PEPPOL Components: focus on the critical phases PEPPOL Pre-award focus: eAttestation (VCD), eCatalogues, eSignature validation, potential use of PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure PEPPOL Post-award focus: eCatalogues, eOrdering, eInvoicing and Transport Infrastructure. Potential use of eSignature validation and eAttestations
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL OpenPEPPOL AISBL The PEPPOL project reached a successful completion, 31 st of August OpenPEPPOL AISBL* has been operational from 1 st of September 2012, taking over ownership of PEPPOL results and governance responsibilities. OpenPEPPOLs goals are: Encourage European Contracting Authorities and their suppliers to continue implementing eProcurement using the PEPPOL specifications, promoting best practices Ensure that the PEPPOL network continues to grow in an open, accessible and compliant manner, supporting interoperability for European public services and helping Europe move towards a Digital Single Market Encourage the development of innovative PEPPOL-based ICT products and services supporting public procurement processes, fostering their use also in the B2B context * OpenPEPPOL is an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law founded by former PEPPOL consortium partners, with membership open to public and private organisations.
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL OpenPEPPOL organisational model Page 5
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL The role of OpenPEPPOL OpenPEPPOL offers solutions for Pan-European eProcurement interoperability in Post-award procurement processes: PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure (EU-wide addressing, reliable messaging) PEPPOL Business Interoperability Specifications (PEPPOL BIS) PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure Agreements (many-to-many regime) OpenPEPPOL offers solutions for eAttestation (VCD), eCatalogues and eSignature validation and, in close cooperation with e-SENS and CEN BII3, will continue to enable Pan-European eProcurement interoperability in Pre- award procurement processes, including also e-notifications OpenPEPPOL AISBL offers governance and life cycle management for PEPPOL solutions, ensuring long time sustainability of PEPPOL results OpenPEPPOL AISBL has been operational since 1 st of September More than 70 government entities and private service providers are members. Page 6
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL PEPPOL E-Invoicing use – examples Austria: From 2014, suppliers of the Federal government will be obliged to use eInvoicing. Use of PEPPOL eInvoicing specifications and network is one of the two options allowed, for domestic and cross-border transactions. Denmark: National eInvoicing platform – NemHandel/EasyTrade (mandatory since 2005) is PEPPOL enabled. Ireland: 7 active PEPPOL Access points with transactions across borders. Italy: Intercent-ER (Emilia Romagna) with many Healthcare authorities and ENI implementing eOrdering & eInvoicing; Telecom Italia implementing eInvoicing. Region of Lombardia to implement e-Orders with PEPPOL for all CAs in the region by end 2013 – connected to Intercent-ER Access Point. PEPPOL Authority to be set up in autumn Norway: From July 2012 the government mandated use of eInvoicing in B2G based on PEPPOL specifications. PEPPOL network recommended. Netherlands: Piloting of PEPPOL-based e-invoicing ongoing through the Simplerinvoicing initiative – production from 2014 Sweden: Public sector Invoicing and eOrdering mandated. PEPPOL specifications and network recommended for cross border use. Upcoming national level e-Procurement specifications to based on the PEPPOL BIS. The European Commission implemented its own e-invoicing platform (ePRIOR) based on PEPPOL specifications and connected to the PEPPOL transport infrastructure
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL PEPPOL based e-invoicing in Norway 34 Access points facilitating both domestic and cross border invoicing Fastest growing e-invoicing network in Norway Private sector use has outgrown public sector use Public sector use of e-Invoicing benefits both government and businesses Use of PEPPOL approach reduces risk and cost as operational solutions are available and ready to be used for wider parts of the public procurement process Page 8 Some key figures recipients of e-invoices registered Vast majority of central government organisations and municipalities can receive PEPPOL-based eInvoices 1 million transactions reached 15 months after start, 2 million within the next 3?
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL What Contracting Authorities need
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL Access to an integrated electronic business framework European Interoperability Framework 2.0 Meaningful and timely recommendations and standards; Common business process and information models which capture user requirements independent of any specific technology; Mapping these models to new technologies as required.
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL Standards based solutions delivered by market Contracting Authorities have an interest in market driven development of innovative standards based ICT products and services supporting public procurement processes Contracting Authorities set the requirement for business processes and information content at functional level and require interoperable solutions meeting these requirements on a technical level Contracting Authorities need many-to-many interoperability and easy access for new suppliers (including SME)
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL What EC and Member States should provide
PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL EC and MS contributions European wide legislation that make e-invoicing a standard practice in public procurement and make the public sector a 'lead market for e-invoicing and spearhead its wider use in the economy An integrated electronic business framework at a European level with funding of governance, life cycle management and operations of shared services and common components, including support to MS implementation Timely and consistent national implementation of the European legislation and facilitation of a market driven development of innovative standards based ICT products and services supporting public procurement processes, including e-invoicing Page 13
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