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EUPLAT and OpenPEPPOL will benefit from closer and deeper levels of cooperation

EUPLAT and OpenPEPPOL will benefit from closer and deeper levels of cooperation

Press Release Brussels, 20th of September 2017 The European Association of Public eTendering Platform Providers (EUPLAT) and the Open Pan European Public
Procurement Online (OpenPEPPOL) have signed today in Brussels a Memorandum of Understanding for a closer cooperation. With this agreement, both associations aim to achieve a more effective and efficient implementation of the full spectrum [...]
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EUPLAT welcomes the publication of the new rules on public procurement and concessions

New EU rules on public procurement and concessions were published today, 28th March, in the Official Journal of the EU. The legislation will enter into force on 17 April 2014.  Member States will then have 24 months to implement the provisions into national law – except for electronic procurement, where they will have an additional […]
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New Directives and the European Market of e-Platforms

The new Directives on Public Markets (classic sectors, special sectors and concessions) approved by the European Parliament on 15 January 2014 are a very important step to promote vast and diversified processes of change to pursue the strategy of EU 2020 and to achieve key objectives clearly presented during the discussion and press conference : […]
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The new Public Procurement directives are approved this week

The process of revising the public procurement directives is coming to an end. Tomorrow, 14th January at 3 pm, at Strasbourg’s plenary session, MEPs will held the final debate on MEP Marc Tarabella’s reports (S&D, Belgium), which have been negotiated in detail in the trialogues (Commission, Council and Parliament). On Wednesday, 15th, around 12am, the […]
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Public e-Tendering Platform Providers announce a formal accreditation process

Brussels, June 10th 2015. EUPLAT, the European Association of Public e-Tendering Platform Providers, marks new stage in the consolidation and regulation of e-­Procurement, by providing the ability to evaluate and grant an accreditation standard to platform providers. This accreditation, based on the objectives of the Directive 2014/24/EU, has been created with the intention that platforms [...]
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