Last week the committee also announced the acceptance of new requirements for UBL 2.3.
Comments may be submitted to the TC by any person through the use of the OASIS TC Comment Facility at:
The finalized Business Document Naming and Design Rules Version 1.0 OASIS Standard dated 18 January 2017 was made public today at:
Thomas Fillis reports from Barcelona:
CEN/TC 434 unanimously agreed to endorse UBL and CII as the syntaxes complying with the forthcoming EN and to be listed in a specific CEN Technical Specification (TS). Once the EN and TS are published by CEN and referenced in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), contracting authorities and entities in the EU will have to receive and process electronic invoices which comply with the EN and any of the two syntaxes, in accordance with the provisions of Article 7 of Directive 2014/55/EU.
This news article is the latest update on the Australian whole-of-economy eBusiness framework.
The officially specifications will be published in the next few weeks at http://digitalbusinesscouncil.com.au. The article omits the fact that the PEPPOL-developed OASIS standards for business discovery (SMP and SML) are also being used.
Several of the council’s members were already working on bringing the standards to life with an aggressive timeline as early as this coming September.
I'm very proud to announce that today the UBL TC was nominated for the second time in three years for the OASIS Open Standards Cup, this time for the Outstanding Approved Standard:
All committee members work hard for the UBL community and I am pleased to see their efforts recognized with this nomination.
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"MSC Belgium selected the OASIS UBL (Universal Business Language) Invoice
XML standard which is widely gaining traction in national and
The CEN PC 434 publication "Electronic invoicing - Semantic data model of the core elements of an electronic invoice" has reached its Enquiry stage following the CEN standards development process.