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Publications Office (European Union)

Publications Office of the European Union
Type EU Interinstitutional body
Seat Luxembourg
Website publications.europa.eu

The Publications Office of the European Union (Publications Office) is an interinstitutional office that publishes and disseminates the publications of the institutions and other bodies of the European Union (see Decision No 2009/496/EC, Euratom).

The Publications Office publishes the Official Journal of the European Union in 23 languages (24 when Irish is required) and produces (or co-produces) general publications and informational material on EU initiatives and on the activities of the institutions and other bodies of the European Union.

Moreover, the Publications Office provides a number of online services giving free access to information on:

  • EU law (EUR-Lex)
  • EU publications (EU Bookshop)
  • EU Open Data (EU Open Data Portal)
  • contact data of EU officials in management positions (EU Whoiswho)
  • EU research and development (CORDIS)
  • public procurement (TED)
  • stylistic rules and conventions, such as layout and typography (Interinstitutional style guide)
  • EU multilingual terminology (EuroVoc)
  • definition data used by the EU institutions (Metadata Registry)

See also

External links

  • Publications Office of the European Union
  • Our Facebook page 'EU Law and Publications'

Our Google+ page 'EU Law and Publications'

References

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