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EU URGES COMMON LANGUAGE FOR PUBLIC CONTRACTING

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A recommendation urging public authorities and economic operators to use a Common Procurement Vocabulary (CPV) when...
A recommendation urging public authorities and economic operators to use a Common Procurement Vocabulary (CPV) when drafting public procurement notices has been adopted by the European Commission on the initiative of single market commissioner Mario Monti.

The CPV, which attributes a nine digit code to some 6,000 terms commonly used in the procurement process, has been published today in all 11 official EU-languages in the supplement to the EC official journal in order to make the vocabulary widely known.
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