Connecting Europe Facility - Telecom - eProcurement
Grants will be offered to entities in Member States which integrate the computer interface of e-Certis in their existing solution to enable users (contracting authorities and/or economic operators) to retrieve the information from e-Certis within their software. Synergies between e-Certis and IMI (Internal Market Information System) should be exploited. The technical objective is to provide a web service based on the Virtual Company Dossier (VCD) coming from PEPPOL to e-Certis so that third parties can access to retrieve information about certifications and attestations. The aim is that eTendering solutions throughout Europe integrate their solutions with eCertis to provide easy economic operators and contracting authorities with access to certifications and attestations. Only actions which can be identified as "projects of common interest" as defined in the Telecom Guidelines may receive EU financial assistance.
The indicative amount to be allocated on the basis of this call for proposals to projects of common interest in the field of trans-European telecommunications for eProcurement is €1.4 million. The maximum co-financing rates of EU financial assistance to be granted under this call for proposals will not exceed 75% of eligible costs of the action.
Only those proposals submitted by one of the following types of applicants are eligible:
- One or more Member States
- With the agreement of the Member States or EEA countries concerned, international organisations, joint undertakings, or public or private undertakings or bodies established in Member States
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Meer lezen: https://ec.europa.eu/inea/en/connecting-europe-facility/cef-telecom/app… Werkprogramma 2015: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/sites/digital-agenda/files/1_en_ann… Contact in België: Frank LeymanFrank.Leyman@fedict.beT 02 212 96 24 E-mail Europese CommissieINEA-CEF-Telecom-Calls@ec.europa.eu