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Common Procurement Vocabulary (CPV) is a set of classifications for classifying, Products, Works and Services. The code set first came in to existence in the year 1993. The whole objective was to make public procurement more transparent, efficient and uniform for all languages.
The latest CPV version, more commonly known as CPV 2007 was adopted by Regulation (EC) No. 213/2008 and is in use since 17/09/2008. This consists of a Main Vocabulary and a Supplementary Vocabulary, both available in 22 official EU languages. The Main Vocabulary currently consists of about 9454 terms, listing goods, works and services commonly used in procurement.
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