CEN WS/BII3 Seminar | Paris | June 2, 2014

The objective of the seminar is to share knowledge about developments in European eProcurement standardisation and the experience of public sector implementations.

Title: CEN WS/BII3 Seminar
Location: Ministry of Economy and Finance | 139, rue de Bercy | 75012 PARIS | Salle BLOCH-LAINE
Date: 2014-06-02 | Start Time: 14:00 | End Time: 18:00


14:00 Welcome and introduction – Mr. Stuart Feder, Chair CEN BII3 workshop

The CEN BII initiative

14:10 What is CEN WS/BII – Mr. Jostein Frømyr, Vice-chair technical coordination, CEN WS/BII3

14:30 CEN BII pre-award phase – Mr. Kornelis Drijhout, eTendering Team leader

14:40 CEN BII post-award phase and the EC Directive on e-Invoicing in public procurement – Mr. Martin Forsberg, Post-award Team leader

14:50 Questions and Answers

Coffee break

15:15  eInvoicing developments in France – Vincent Castella, AIFE  (French Agency for State Financial Information Technology)

15:35 eInvoicing in Italy: overview of the legal framework – Antonella Caressa, Sogei

15:40 PEPPOL implementation in Italy and eInvoicing standardisation – Elisa Bertocchi, Emilia Romagna region, Italy

15:55 Applying the CEN BII results in pre-award processes – Mr. Kornelis Drijhout, TenderNed, Netherlands

16:15 OpenPEPPOL: from policies to implementations and funding  – Ms. Carmen Cicirello, OpenPEPPOL

16:35 The use of CEN BII results at the European Commission: e-PRIOR – Mr. Pieter Breyne, DG DIGIT

16:55 Open discussions

17:30 Closing – Mr. Stuart Feder, Chair, CEN BII3 workshop


Ministry of Economy and Finance
139, rue de Bercy – 75012 PARIS
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I. Registration is NOW CLOSED


II. Getting there
The subway is the easiest way to get to the Ministry. The nearest subway station is Bercy (lines 6 and 14).


III. Accommodation
Novotel Paris Bercy

Claret Hotel Paris Bercy