Mandatory Electronic Invoicing for the EU Public Sector
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With the advent of EU Directive 2014/55/EU, electronic invoicing has become mandatory for businesses wanting to sell to public sector administration in the EU. Electronic invoices need to comply with the European standard (EN 16931), requiring structured data delivery rather than PDF over email.
This paper looks at the drivers for mandatory B2G e-invoicing, which countries have requirements in place, or soon will, and how businesses can align their billing processes to meet both existing and emerging requirements with minimal disruption.
What you will learn:
- the structured data formats that are favoured by governments and which countries require what
- how recent changes in public sector invoicing are likely to affect B2B invoicing, following the example of Italy
- how businesses can adapt now to meet existing needs and be ready for future requirements