At the crossroads of European transparency lies the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), a unique publication that graces every working day with its presence in all official languages of the European Union (EU). Comprising two interconnected series, namely L for legislation and C for information and notices, it also boasts a supplementary facet: S for public procurement. Distinguished by its electronic counterpart within the C series, a vibrant digital extension complements its traditional form.
The Magnitude of OJEU's Impact: A Symphony of Numbers
A remarkable orchestration of opportunities, the OJEU orchestrates over 520,000 procurement notices annually. Like a mosaic of possibilities, these notices weave together the fabric of EU initiatives. Among these, a resounding chorus resonates—approximately half of the publications emerge as calls for tender. These harmonious calls collectively amass a stunning value, amounting to an awe-inspiring €420 billion.
The acronym OJEU succinctly encapsulates its essence—Official Journal of the European Union—a testament to its pivotal role in forging an open, collaborative, and interconnected European landscape.
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