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eProcurement Ontology

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Procurement data has been identified as data with a high-reuse potential. Given the increasing importance of data standards for eProcurement, a number of initiatives driven by the public sector, the industry and academia have been kick-started in recent years. Some have grown organically, while others are the result of standardisation work. The vocabularies and the semantics that they are introducing, the phases of public procurement that they are covering, and the technologies that they are ...

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Florian Barthélemy has updated the interoperability solution eProcurement Ontology

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Florian Barthélemy has updated the interoperability solution eProcurement Ontology

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Florian Barthélemy has updated the interoperability solution eProcurement Ontology

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Type: Project
Owner(s):

The Publications Office of the European Union

Abstract:
In the framework of this project, we will identify and give examples of each step of the process for creating the eProcurement ontology.
Topic: Data Formats, Formats and Protocols, Semantic Web (RDF, OWL, etc.)
Locale: English
Solution category: Framework
Categories: Data Formats
Interoperability status: Assessed

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