EU: eCertificates in public procurement procedures – Preliminary study

Published on: 02/05/2007
Last update: 25/03/2008
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The Preliminary Study on the electronic provision of certificates and attestations in public procurement procedures aims to examine how different European countries (EU, candidate countries and EEA) currently manage the use of certificates and attestations in procurement procedures, particularly in an eProcurement context.

The goal of the study is to identify if and how electronic certificates and attestations are currently issued, accepted and validated in public procurement procedures across these countries, and if and how their eProcurement systems could be modified or amended to support non-national electronic certificates and attestations, thus facilitating cross border economic activities in these countries and contributing to the creation of an internal market for electronic procurements.

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http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/publicprocurement/e-procurement_en.htm#feasability

Number of pages:
564

Nature of documentation: Official reports and studies

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