(European Single Procurement Document) is a tool that makes it easier for you to participate in public procurement.
It is a self-declaration of the competence, financial situation and capabilities of companies used as preliminary evidence in all public procurement procedures above the EU threshold.
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The new CPV (Common (public) Procurement Vocabulary) codes were published on March 15, 2008 (Official Journal of the European Union) and are in force since September 15, 2008. The files below will help you to use them correctly. A multilingual (26 languages).
Sustainable Public Procurement
Sustainable development is an unavoidable concern in our society, as it directly affects our future and that of future generations. The contracting authorities of the federal government are in the first position of responsibility in this respect. Their role is twofold: on the one hand, to integrate sustainability into the contracts they award in order to improve the overall sustainability score, and on the other hand, to encourage bidders to offer more sustainable products and services.
List of NUTS codes
Valid from January 1, 2021, the current NUTS 2021 nomenclature lists 92 regions at NUTS level 1, 242 at NUTS level 2 and 1166 at NUTS level 3.
The NUTS classification (Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics) is a hierarchical system for dividing up the economic territory of the EU and the United Kingdom:
- for the collection, development and harmonization of regional statistics
- for the socio-economic analysis of regions
- NUTS 1: large socio-economic regions
- NUTS 2: basic regions for the implementation of regional policies
- NUTS 3: small regions for specific diagnoses
- for the definition of EU regional policies
- Regions eligible for cohesion policy are classified at NUTS 2 level
- Until now, the cohesion report has been mainly established at NUTS 2 level