Open Pan European Public Procurement Online (OpenPEPPOL)
Set up as Pan-European Public Procurement Online (PEPPOL), when operated under E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC) Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme. Completed and succeeded by association with current title, 1 Sep 2012. Also known as OpenPEPPOL Association. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 30 Jan 2013.
Enable European businesses to easily deal electronically with any European public sector buyers in their procurement processes, thereby increasing opportunities for greater competition for government contracts and providing better value for tax payers' money.
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General Assembly (annual). Managing Committee. Operating Office. Secretary General. Coordinating Communities (4): Transport Infrastructure; Post-award; eSignature and eID; Pre-award.
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