This CEN Technical Specification (TS) contains the mapping between the semantic data model of an electronic invoice (EN 16931-1)
and the following syntax: UN/CEFACT XML Industry Invoice D16B. For each element in the semantic model (including sub-elements
or supplementary components such as Code List identifiers) it is defined which element in the syntax is to be used to contain its
information contents. Any mismatches between semantics, format, cardinality or structure are indicated.
Any rules to be followed when using the specific syntax are stated informally in this TS. Together with this TS a set of validation
artefacts is published, including formalisation of the rules.
In addition, the deliverable shall unambiguously define the code lists and, where applicable, the subset of codes to be used for each
coded element in the model of EN 16931-1 when using the UN/CEFACT XML Industry Invoice D16B syntax as defined in CEN/TS
16931-3-3. The deliverable must guide the user how and where to apply for additions to these code lists. It will be issued as an annex
to the existing text of CEN/TS 16931-3-3:2017

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This CEN Technical Specification (TS) contains the mapping between the semantic data model of an electronic invoice (EN 16931-1)
and the following syntax: UBL 2.1. For each element in the semantic model (including sub-elements or supplementary components
such as Code List identifiers) it is defined which element in the syntax is to be used to contain its information contents. Any
mismatches between semantics, format, cardinality or structure are indicated.
Any rules to be followed when using the specific syntax are stated informally in this TS. Together with this TS a set of validation
artefacts is published, including formalisation of the rules.
In addition, the deliverable shall unambiguously define the code lists and, where applicable, the subset of codes to be used for each
coded element in the model of EN 16931-1 when using the UBL 2.1 syntax as defined in CEN/TS 16931-3-2. The deliverable must
guide the user how and where to apply for additions to these code lists. It will be issued as an annex to the existing text of CEN/TS
16931-3-2:2017

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This document applies in case a CIUS is produced as a specification with the objective of registering it in the appropriate registry. This document also establishes requirements for the steps to be taken in the process of creating Core Invoice Usage Specifications (CIUS) as defined in EN 16931-1. Furthermore this document provides guidance for the creation and implementation of a CIUS.
The following points are the focus:
- steps that need to be taken in consideration to avoid unnecessary proliferation and fragmentation in the use of CIUSs;
-  guidance on the creation and implementation of CIUSs, with a quality control objective.
It should be noted that it is planned to apply the same principles and processes to extensions that are documented in a separate document.

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This CEN Technical Specification (TS) contains the mapping between the semantic data model of an electronic invoice (EN 16931-1) and the following syntax: UN/EDIFACT INVOIC D16B. For each element in the semantic model (including sub-elements or supplementary componentts sucha as Code List identifiers) it is defined which element in the syntax is to be used to contain its information contents. Any mismatches between semantics, format, cardinality or structure are indicated. Any rules to be followed when using the specific syntax are stated informally in this TS. Together with this TS a set of validation artefacts is published, including formalisation of the rules.

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This European Standard establishes a semantic data model of the core elements of an electronic invoice. The semantic model includes only the essential information elements that an electronic invoice needs to ensure legal (including fiscal) compliance and to enable interoperability for cross-border, cross sector and for domestic trade. The semantic model may be used by organizations in the private and the public sector for public procurement invoicing. It may also be used for invoicing between private sector enterprises. It has not been specifically designed for invoicing consumers.
This European Standard complies at least with the following criteria:
-   it is technologically neutral;
-   it is compatible with relevant international standards on electronic invoicing;
-   the application of this standard should comply with the requirements for the protection of personal data of Directive 95/46/EC, having due regard to the principles of privacy and data protection by-design, data minimization, purpose limitation, necessity and proportionality;
-   it is consistent with the relevant provisions of Directive 2006/112/EC [2];
-   it allows for the establishment of practical, user-friendly, flexible and cost-efficient electronic invoicing systems;
-   it takes into account the special needs of small and medium-sized enterprises as well as of sub-central contracting authorities and contracting entities;
-   it is suitable for use in commercial transactions between enterprises.

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This document establishes terms, definitions and service requirements for service providers conducting market, opinion and social research, including insights and data analytics (hereinafter referred to as "service providers"). Non-market research activities, such as direct marketing, are outside the scope of this document.

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This document gives principles and best practice guidelines for unit pricing displayed by written, printed or electronic means. It includes guidance on — the provision of unit price, — units of measure used to express unit price including: weight, length, volume, count, area and other forms of measure, — the display of unit price, and — implementation, communication and education of consumers. This document is applicable to any retailer, including supermarkets, hardware stores, pharmacies, convenience stores, automotive parts suppliers and pet product suppliers. It is applicable to packaged and non-packaged food and consumer products where the price is displayed, including — at point of sale, including in-store and online, and — when relevant communications about the product are released (including advertising by electronic and printed formats). This document excludes services and merchandise, such as clothing and electronic goods sold as a single item.

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This Technical Report specifies the result of the test of the European standard on the semantic data model for the core elements of an electronic invoice. The test focusses on its practical application for an end user.

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This Technical Report gives guidelines on interoperability of electronic invoices at the transmission level, taking into account the need of ensuring the authenticity of the origin and the integrity of the electronic invoices.

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This CEN Technical Specification (TS) contains the methodology for syntax bindings of the core elements of an electronic invoice. Any rules to be followed when using one of the syntaxes specified in parts CEN/TS 16931-3-2 up to and including CEN/TS 16931-3-5 are stated informally in this TS. Together with this TS a set of validation artefacts is published, including formalisation of the rules.

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This Technical Specification provides in Clause 7 the list of syntaxes that complies with and allows to express syntactically the core invoice model as specified in FprEN 16931-1:2016, according to the selection criteria provided by the Standardization Request [1].
The selection of the syntaxes also derived from the Standardization Request [1]. It states that, to limit costs on public authorities, the list should ideally not exceed five syntaxes. Four syntaxes were taken into account and assessed according to criteria provided by the Standardization Request [1].

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This Technical Report gives guidelines on the optional use of sector or country extensions in conjunction with the European Norm on the semantic data model for the core elements of an electronic invoice, including a methodology to be applied in the real environment.

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ISO 19731:2017 specifies the terms and definitions, as well as the service requirements, for organizations and professionals that conduct digital analytics and web analyses for collecting, analysing and reporting of digital data for purposes of market, opinion and social research by various methods and techniques. It provides the criteria against which the quality of such services can be assessed and evaluated. ISO 19731:2017 applies to digital analytics and web analyses conducted by service providers on their own initiative, commissioned by clients or conducted by clients themselves. ISO 19731:2017 applies to digital and web analysis research activities such as: - understanding the usage of websites via the use of cookies, page impressions and other means, navigation across sites, time spent by visitors and their actions; - online metered panels, e.g. on-going measurement of web visitation via meters installed on panellists' desktop, mobile or tablet devices; - tag-based solutions to measure online usage at universe level, which can be integrated with metered panel data to provide a hybrid measurement; - social media analytics which collect, aggregate and analyse online comments, and user-generated content such as blogs, forums and comments on news sites or other sites. NOTE Universe can also be known as population. ISO 19731:2017 can be construed to cover all forms of digital data collection including from desktop computers, tablets, mobile devices and over the top (OTT) devices as well as internet of things (IoT) devices where applicable.

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This European Standard establishes a semantic data model of the core elements of an electronic invoice. The semantic model includes only the essential information elements that an electronic invoice needs to ensure legal (including fiscal) compliance and to enable interoperability for cross-border, cross sector and for domestic trade. The semantic model may be used by organizations in the private and the public sector for public procurement invoicing. It may also be used for invoicing between private sector enterprises. It has not been specifically designed for invoicing consumers.
This European Standard complies at least with the following criteria:
-   it is technologically neutral;
-   it is compatible with relevant international standards on electronic invoicing;
-   the application of this standard should comply with the requirements for the protection of personal data of Directive 95/46/EC, having due regard to the principles of privacy and data protection by-design, data minimization, purpose limitation, necessity and proportionality;
-   it is consistent with the relevant provisions of Directive 2006/112/EC [2];
-   it allows for the establishment of practical, user-friendly, flexible and cost-efficient electronic invoicing systems;
-   it takes into account the special needs of small and medium-sized enterprises as well as of sub-central contracting authorities and contracting entities;
-   it is suitable for use in commercial transactions between enterprises.

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This document:
• describes the content of electronic simplified invoices and e-receipts
• describes business processes in which simplified invoices and e-receipts are exchanged

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2018-07-16 SW: The length of the corrigenda does not allow its consolidation.

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This CEN Technical Specification (TS) contains the mapping between the semantic data model of an electronic invoice (EN 16931-1) and the following syntax: UN/CEFACT XML Cross Industry Invoice D16B. For each element in the semantic model (including sub-elements or supplementary componentts sucha as Code List identifiers) it is defined which element in the syntax is to be used to contain its information contents. Any mismatches between semantics, format, cardinality or structure are indicated. Any rules to be followed when using the specific syntax are stated informally in this TS. Together with this TS a set of validation artefacts is published, including formalisation of the rules.

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This CEN Technical Specification (TS) contains the mapping between the semantic data model of an electronic invoice (EN 16931-1) and the following syntax: UBL 2.1. For each element in the semantic model (including sub-elements or supplementary componentts sucha as Code List identifiers) it is defined which element in the syntax is to be used to contain its information contents. Any mismatches between semantics, format, cardinality or structure are indicated. Any rules to be followed when using the specific syntax are stated informally in this TS. Together with this TS a set of validation artefacts is published, including formalisation of the rules.

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***Access to this CEN and SIST technical publication has been sponsored by the European Commission.***
This European Standard establishes a semantic data model of the core elements of an electronic invoice. The semantic model includes only the essential information elements that an electronic invoice needs to ensure legal (including fiscal) compliance and to enable interoperability for cross-border, cross sector and for domestic trade. The semantic model may be used by public and private sector organizations for public procurement invoicing. It may also be used for invoicing between private sector enterprises.
This European Standard complies at least with the following criteria:
-   it is technologically neutral;
-   it is compatible with relevant international standards on electronic invoicing;
-   it has regard to the need for personal data protection in accordance with Directive 95/46/EC [4], to a ‘data protection by design’ approach and to the principles of proportionality, data minimization and purpose limitation;
-   it is consistent with the relevant provisions of Directive 2006/112/EC [2];
-   it allows for the establishment of practical, user-friendly, flexible and cost-efficient electronic invoicing systems;
-   it takes into account the special needs of small and medium-sized enterprises as well as of sub-central contracting authorities and contracting entities;
-   it is suitable for use in commercial transactions between enterprises.

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ISO/TS 10674:2011 specifies terms, definitions and basic process requirements for the assessment of creditworthiness of non-listed companies, using model-based approaches, or committee-based approaches, or both. ISO/TS 10674:2011 does not apply to the assessment of the creditworthiness of classes of, or individual obligations of, such companies or securities traded in the financial markets, nor does it relate to the provision of services assessing the creditworthiness of individuals (consumer scoring).

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ISO 20252:2006 establishes the terms and definitions as well as the service requirements for organizations and professionals conducting market, opinion and social research.

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