Source: eKapija | Monday, 07.11.2016.| 09:50
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Treasury implementing Central Register of Public Sector Invoices

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The Treasury at the Ministry of Finance has issued a request for tender for the preparation of a preliminary project for the technical solution for the implementation of the Central Register of Public Sector Invoices (pilot project).

The idea is to establish a unified system registering all receivables, those of the public sector towards the public sector, the private sector and citizens and of the private sector towards the public sector, before the creditor submits an invoice or some other form of claim to the debtor.

As stated in the tender documentation, the CRI is to register claims and allocate a unique reference number (IDF) to the applicant for each receivable registered. Both the creditor and the debtor will be obliged to check whether the IDF exists and whether it is correct, both at the CRI and in their official registers (the inclusion of the IDF in an invoice is to be mandatory). Furthermore, the instructions for the debtor's payment (payment order) is to include the IDF. The CRI is to gather all the necessary information from all payment systems, thereby having at its disposal all the necessary information on the status of registered receivables.

The project should result in an IT system and an application improving and speeding up the process of control of receivables, debts and payments.

The application deadline is December 5.
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