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  • To implement the Action Plan on e-procurement, the Commission intends to carry out a substantial number of actions, among which an Interpretative Communication on electronic public procurement and a Commission Regulation establishing standard forms for the publication of notices. In this context, the Commission will table proposals and take the appropriate initiatives according to the time-table set out in the Action Plan. It will provide the necessary legal support and assistance to the Member States for the transposition of the public procurement directives and monitor the application of Community law as well as organise meetings of the relevant committees, in particular, the Public Procurement Advisory Committee and the Working Group on e-procurement; it will also propose continuation of the activities of the e-procurement workshop managed under the IDA programme. In addition, meetings with Member States will be organised within the Statistics working group to improve data collection and explore solutions to automate it in view of the end-2006 deadline laid down in the e-procurement Action Plan. Finally, the Commission will participate actively in international fora and provide adequate input to international standardisation fora, most particularly on interoperability issues.
  • To implement the Action Plan on e-procurement, the Commission intends to carry out a substantial number of actions, among which an Interpretative Communication on electronic public procurement and a Commission Regulation establishing standard forms for the publication of notices. In this context, the Commission will table proposals and take the appropriate initiatives according to the time-table set out in the Action Plan. It will provide the necessary legal support and assistance to the Member States for the transposition of the public procurement directives and monitor the application of Community law as well as organise meetings of the relevant committees, in particular, the Public Procurement Advisory Committee and the Working Group on e-procurement; it will also propose continuation of the activities of the e-procurement workshop managed under the IDA programme. In addition, meetings with Member States will be organised within the Statistics working group to improve data collection and explore solutions to automate it in view of the end-2006 deadline laid down in the e-procurement Action Plan. Finally, the Commission will participate actively in international fora and provide adequate input to international standardisation fora, most particularly on interoperability issues.
  • These other negotiations need also to progress quickly, as the 1 January 2005 deadline looms.
  • These other negotiations need also to progress quickly, as the 1 January 2005 deadline looms.
  • This provides the service provider and user with the legal certainty that after expiry of this deadline the payment transaction will be final.
  • This provides the service provider and user with the legal certainty that after expiry of this deadline the payment transaction will be final.
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Satzbeispiele & Übersetzungen

The deadline of 3 years proposed in the draft regulation is unrealistic.
The deadline of 3 years proposed in the draft regulation is unrealistic.

deadline (Nomen)

Satzbeispiele & Übersetzungen

Deadline
Einreichfrist
Payment deadline
Zahlungsfristen
Reprivatisation deadline
Reprivatisierungsfrist
Execution deadline
Vollzugsfristen
Deadline number
Frist Nr.