CEF eDelivery 2018: new call funded by the European Commission
May 3, 2018
The exchange of electronic documents, better known as eDelivery, is one of the keys to completing the European Digital Single Market. Therefore, the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) program has announced a new call for eDelivery (CEF-TC-2018-2).
The aim of the proposal is to help public administrations to exchange documents and data electronically with companies, citizens and other European public entities, in a secure, trustworthy and interoperable way. These exchanges are possible thanks to the network of nodes for digital communication which is based on a dispersed model where each participant becomes a node when using the standard protocol and document transaction security policies. In this sense, the users do not transfer the data directly but they do so through the different PEPPOL access points.
Would you like to participate in this call and be part of our consortium? LMT Group has extensive experience developing and managing CEF projects related to eDelivery, eInvoicing and eIdentification. The European Commission has approved 7 projects of which 3 of them are from eDelivery: AS4EU, MADE and UP-Access. In general, the consortia are composed of important public and private entities that have a strong and competitive position in the mentioned areas. Likewise, we are preparing an eInvocing proposal that may be interesting to adopt the European standard of electronic invoicing (EN) in your platforms / solutions.
If you are interested in any of these two calls, contact us and we will provide you more information. The deadline to submit the proposal is September 18, 2018.
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