The e-Certis tool makes it easier to submit tenders for public procurements in other EU countries.

e-Certis is a database and information tool that the European Commission has created to make cross-border procurements easier.

e-Certis contains detailed information about certificates, confirmed information and references. e-Certis shall make it easier to compare corresponding documents from different member states. Certification that is required for a public procurement in one EU country does not always have an exact equivalent in another country. This should not prevent a supplier from submitting a tender across national borders within the union.

There are responsible authorities in each member state that are responsible for ensuring that the national certification is continuously updated. In Sweden it is the The National Agency for Public Procurement that is responsible for the information in the database.

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Boverket may not provide additional information to what is stated on the website. The subject is outside Boverkets responsibility.

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