OJECOfficial Journal of the European Communities
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(176.) European Parliament and Council Directive 2006/24 [2006] OJEC L105, 34
(13) Council of the EU, Resolution of 17 November 2003 on the use by Member States of bans on access to venues of football matches with an international dimension, OJEC C 281, 22 November 2003, art.
The Office Journal of the European Communities (OJEC) site - www.ojec.com - contains a tender tracking system that automatically sends contractors work opportunities by e-mail.
The council received 17 expressions of interest for the project following the advertise- ment of an OJEC notice.
EC-Treaty as amended and codified by the Amsterdam Treaty on the European Union of October 2, 1997, OJEC 1997 C 340, 1 = 37 Int'l Leg.
A project requiring public-sector funds is required to post its contract opportunities in the Official Journal of the European Communities (Ojec) if its value exceeds thresholds set by the European Union.
It offers a selection of information including Official Journals of the European Committees' (OJEC) regulations and requirements, the Finance and Leasing Association (FLA) code of practice and a list of frequently asked questions.
The Directive from the Council and Parliament of 1995 (OJEC L 281/31, 23 November 1995) will apply to personal data held electronically and manually and will necessitate amendment to our domestic law on data protection.
The bidding process requires organizations to put a notice in the Official Journal of the EC (OJEC).
Nevertheless, the quote has been attributed to Jean Monnet also by members of the European Parliament (for example Varela in the debate from 15.9.97, see OJEC Annex 4-505, 18) and even in half-official writings, for example in John Myerscough's "European Cities of Culture and Cultural Months, a Report, "prepared for The Network of Cultural Cities of Europe" (Glasgow 1994) and "Funded by the European Commission".
Keep in mind that compliance with a European Norm (EN) harmonized standard published in the Official Journal of European Communities (OJEC) presumes compliance with the relevant ER (MDD and IVDD, Article 5).
Most public sector contracts over a certain value, for example, have to be advertised as open tenders in the Official Journal of the European Communities (OJEC).