In the context of a public procurement or concession contract, all economic operators must, with some exceptions, issue and submit their invoices in the form of compliant electronic invoices:
With MyGuichet.lu, it is possible to submit procedures online, with or without strong authentication.
The person who carries out a procedure with authentication needs :
The person submitting the procedure without authentication needs a one-time access code (token) for each invoice. This must be requested in advance from the public sector body with which the public contract or concession contract has been concluded (contracting authorities or entities or concession authority).
Find out more about the steps and procedures in our 2 dedicated information pages:
For more information on electronic invoicing, you can also consult the dedicated dossier on the website of the Ministry for Digitalisation.
The Betriber & Emwelt platform has made available a section dedicated to the Commodo procedures on their website.
In collaboration with LIST, the Chamber of Trades and Crafts is organising an information session and a speed dating event on the Commodo procedure for the uninitiated.
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