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Starts the mandatory application of the law on electronic invoice
15 january 2015
Public administrations and service providers are obtaining from today, on 15 january the invoices electronically.
15 january 2015.- all public administrations must receive from the mandatory suppliers' invoices electronically, in accordance with the law applicable in leading an invoice and creation of the accounting records.
Only may be excluded from compulsory amount invoices with less than €5,000 and services abroad.
- All supplier invoices of the AAPP will normally be automatically registered and both the public authorities and suppliers could follow up on them the possibility of desterrando hide invoices.
- Only in the General state administration, the electronic workflow will spare year 51 million and €2.3 million euros per stop processing them.
- Public Administrations will have a greater financial control of the invoices, which will improve timeliness of payment, greater control of public spending and deficits, as well as deepen in the fight against fraud.
Historic change in the administration
This law represents a major step forward in the electronic administration and a historic change in the turnover of the spanish Public Administrations. In a period of approximately one year, the AAPP have set up systems for managing and monitoring their turnover through the accounting records to suit the invoice through its access points, which represents an important effort by the radical change of a system of role Fully electronic to another.
The General state administration, it had also made a dual effort, on the one hand, adapting all its systems to invoice and, on the other hand, provide a general point of entry of invoicing also adapted to incorporate all Éstas Territorial administrations., could create your own point of access or use the General state administration has at its disposal, to facilitate their work and considerable savings in investment.
The General state administration, in addition, has had its entry point for invoicing in operation since 15 january 2014, one year earlier, where there have been invoicing of suppliers, voluntarily, since the first half of 2008.
Accessions to FACe
The point of entry of invoicing (FACe) of the General state administration, today it has integrated the various points of application of the ministries. In Addition, acceded to its use, the REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS of Asturias, Murcia, Illes Balears, Extremadura, Comunidad Foral de Navarra, Autonomous city of Melilla, catalonia, andalusia, the canaries, Cantabria, Valencia, Aragón and Castilla-La Stain.
Other REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS, La Rioja, castile and león, galician and Basque Country, have not acceded to FACe, but they have prepared an access point of entry of electronic invoices, and some cases is exploring the possibility of exchange of information between these points and FACe.
As regards EELL have subscribed to FACe this figure included 5,177 families and 17 universities.
Savings of invoice
Estimated annual savings, only to the General state administration, for the change to electronic processing of invoices, amount to eur 51 million and eur 2.3 million in savings.
The savings by invoice are calculated for suppliers of goods and services of public administration €0.70 from cost €0.76 role at a cost electronic 0.06 €.
Public Administrations save by reception 2.78 €, from a cost-2,87 €an electronic 0.09 €.
In total, each invoice provided approximately €3.75.
Combating late payment
The act was adopted within the proceedings of the report CORA, allows for the eradication of late payments in the public sector, where it already - with previous measures, such as the payment to vendors and merits of Liquidity Autonómico- has managed to reduce commercial debt of territorial administrations 70 per cent, as well as the average period of payment to suppliers that, in the Central administration and Social security, as early as november stood at only 9.59 days.
The operationalization of the special financing mechanisms, since 2012, have achieved the reduction of commercial debt of territorial administrations, it should be noted that, in recent years has paid more than eight million outstanding invoices to almost 200,000 companies, mainly smes and autonomous, which allowed for the maintenance of 400,000 jobs and representing an injection of liquidity to territorial administrations over 103,000 million euros.
Benefits for suppliers and AAPP since today
It reinforces the protection of the suppliers, to put on record the date of submission of your invoice, allowing for better control of the same. In Addition, speeds up the processing of invoices, when implementing new technologies, to facilitate its follow-up to their subsequent payment and for financial control.
And, within the public authorities, the internal control Bodies will be able to access the documentation and information of the recording of invoices and prepared a report annually to assess the implementation of the rules on late payments.
The accounting records, in addition, submitted to the Tax information on the invoices received, with a view to ensuring the tax compliance and invoicing. In addition, exchange of information between Tax, Social security and the AAPP, with the objective of strengthening the fight against fraud.