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Authority tables

Authority tables 

Authority tables (also known as Named Authority Lists or NALs are used to harmonise and standardise the codes and associated labels used in various environments (web platforms, systems and applications) and in facilitating data exchanges between the institutions involved in decision-making process and not only.

The released authority tables are also available on data.europa.eu as datasets.

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Access right

The access-right authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the access rights or restrictions to resources. It is designed for but not limited to DCAT descriptions of datasets. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Accessibility

This table provides a list of options for the use of accessibility criteria for person with disabilities in the technical specifications within the domain of public procurement.

 

Accreditation
The Europass Standard List of Accreditation Types allows learning opportunity providers and credential issuers to describe, in a standardised way, the quality assurance of their institution or programme, and whether or not it legally grants a license to operate. OP
Accreditation status

The Europass Accreditation status with its list of accreditation statuses allows the determination of whether the accreditation status of an institution / programme is settled, pending review, obsolete, etc. It is part of the Europass vocabularies. It is part of the Europass vocabularies that set out a framework developed to support the transparency and understanding of skills and qualifications. The Europass Accreditation status is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Address type

The Address type authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary that provides the address types as used in the EU Whoiswho application. The AT gives the authority code and the English label for each concept. The Address type AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Administrative territorial unit

The Administrative territorial unit (ATU) authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with various administrative territorial units of current and past EU Member States.

An administrative territorial unit is a portion of a country or other region delineated for the purpose of administration. Due to the large volume of lowest level administrative units (local authority, municipality) in certain countries, these units have not yet been fully implemented. The ATU authority table is structured by countries and contains labels in the official language(s) of the concerned country and in English.

The classification of each territorial unit can be found in the related Administrative territorial unit type authority table. 

The ATU authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The ATU authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Administrative territorial unit type
This table provides the various types of administrative territorial units within the Member States of the European Union. It is linked to the "Administrative territorial units (ATU)" table that provides the list of the subdivisions per country.The categorization of these types is based on national official information and the Committee of the Regions of the European Union has provided the translations in all official languages of the European Union. The ISO 3166-2 standard has also been used. Where there are differences in the territorial unit types and the ISO code, the legal basis of the country concerned has taken precedence.An administrative unit is defined for the purpose of administration with a certain degree of autonomy and is country specific. The administrative unit refers to public administration for which the administrative law is applicable.The administrative territorial unit types must not be confused with the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS). The NUTS is delineated according to the population living in the territorial unit and is used in an economical / statistical environment. More information can be found on http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/nuts/principles-and-characteristicsThe administrative territorial unit types must not be confused with the jurisdiction territories designed for the competence area of Courts.In certain countries, the subdivisions may be the same for the administrative, economical, statistical and jurisdiction units.
Applicability

This table provides a list of the options pertinent to be chosen for a matter concerning the applicability of predefined fields. It is designed for but not restricted to the context of public procurement.

Assessment
The Europass Standard List of Assessment Types provides a list of potential means to assess a person's learning achievements. OP
Asset classification

This classification is intended for organising knowledge organisation system (KOS) assets published by the Publications Office of the European Union ranging from controlled lists, terminologies, thesauri, models, markup schemas, ontologies and authoritative assets and other kinds of resources. The assets types are classified by their main function, being classification, sematic or data modelling, handling authoritative data, e.g.The Asset classification authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the EU on the EU Vocabularies website.

Award criterion type
This table provides the list of rules to be taken into account for the award decisions within the in public procurement procedures. The initial values are those foreseen in the public procurement directives of 2014 (Directives 2014/23/EU, 2014/24/EU and 2014/25/EU). The translations provided are those used in the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1986 establishing standard forms for the publication of notices in the field of public procurement.
Browser
The browser table provides a list of web browsers used in web crawling. It has been developed specifically for the EU Web Preservation.
Buyer legal type

This table provides a list of the the type of procuring authorities within the domain of public procurement according to legislation.

COM internal consultation type
COM internal consultation type Named Authority List
COM internal event

The COM internal event authority table is a technical table for the internal use of the European Commission. It is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

COM internal procedure

Technical table for the internal use of the European Commission.

Capital classification
The Capital classification NAL provides possible locality statuses.
Case report
This table provides the different names of the case law reports of the Court of Justice.
Case status
This table provides the different statuses used for a case at the Court of Justice.
Change corrig justification

This table provides the codes and values used in case of justification of correcions applied to a notice within the context of public procurement.

Communication channel
The Europass Standard List of Communication Channel Types provides a list of online information transmission media categories. OP
Communication channel usage
The Europass Standard List of Communication Channel Usage Types provides a list of descriptors of information transmission settings. OP
Communication justification
This table provides the justification for restricting access rights to resources within the context of public procurement.
Concept status
This table is an internal table at the Publications Office and provides the various statuses used in a harmonized way amongst the various tables (NALs).
Continent

The continent authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing a list of continents. This table is an internal table at the Publications Office of the European Union derived from the country authority table.

Contract detail

This table provides a framework to represent data relating to procurement.

 

Contract nature

This table provides a list of different types of subjects and goods that  can be acquired by means of a public contract such as works, supplies and services by one or more contracting authorities from economic operators.

Corporate body

The Corporate body authority table is a controlled vocabulary which provides the varying names of EU corporate bodies for a given time span. Some other – international and national – corporate bodies are also included as far as they are used in the various systems in the Publications Office. The traceability of the chronological modifications is ensured when possible. 

The Corporate body authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Corporate body classification

The corporate-body-classification authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing types of corporate bodies. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website). 

Correction status
The Correction status NAL provides the possible statuses of proofreading of labels and descriptions.
Country

The Country authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with names of countries and territories.

Its main scope is to support documentary metadata activities.

The concepts included are correlated with the ISO 3166 international standard. ISO 3166-1 contains a two-letter code which is recommended as the general purpose code, a three-letter code which has better mnenomic properties and a numeric-3 code which can be useful if script independence of the codes is important. The authority code relies on the ISO 3166-1/alpha-3 positions. If an authority code is needed for a country without assigned ISO code, an alphanumeric code is created in order to not confuse with ISO codes that are strictly alphabetic or numeric.

A country code comparison is provided between ISO codes, IANA codes (Internet Country-code Top-level Domains) and TIR (Transport International par la Route) Vehicle system codes.

The Country authority table is updated based on the stakeholders’ needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Country authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Court type

The Court type authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary providing the classification of EU courts as well as the general three-level classification of national courts. It indicates the authority code and start-use date of each concept and gives labels in all official EU languages. The Court type AT is updated in coordination with the Court of Justice of the European Union and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Crawler
The crawler table provides a list of programs used for web crawling designed for web archiving. It has been developed specifically for the EU Web Preservation.
Credential

The Europass Standard List of Credential types is a multilingual authority file. It contains a centrally devised list of customised credential profiles that issuing organisations can choose from to describe their credentials that correspond to that profile. It is part of the Europass vocabularies that set out a framework developed to support the transparency and understanding of skills and qualifications. The Europass Standard List of Credential types is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Criterion

This table provides criteria used for public procurement procedures.

 

Currency

The Currency authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with currencies and currency subunits.

The concepts included are correlated with the ISO 4217 international standard.

The Currency authority table is updated based on the stakeholders’ needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Currency authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Customer service

This table provides a list of customer services.

 

DPS usage
This table provides a list wether a dynamic purchasing system is involved in a procurement and, in case of central purchasing bodies, whether it can be used by buyers not listed in the notice of the Official Journal of the European Union.
Data service type

The Data service type authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing possible types of data services.It has been developed specifically for the Linked Data Solutions (LDS) project. 

The Data service type authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by the EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Data service type authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Data theme
This table provides the various themes used for dataset classification. The table has been developed in the context of the revision of the DCAT-AP. The themes have been defined by the working group in charge of the revision of the DCAT-AP.
Dataset status

The Dataset status authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing possible statuses for datasets. It has been developed specifically for the official portal for European data ‘data.europa.eu’. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Dataset type

The Dataset type authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with types of datasets.

Its main scope is to support dataset categorisation of the official portal for European data ‘data.europa.eu’.

The Dataset type authority table is updated based on the stakeholders’ needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Dataset type authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Direct award justification

This table provides the list of reasons for using a procedure which allows awarding contracts directly without the requirement of publishing a call for competition in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Directory of EU legal acts

The Directory of EU legal acts authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary that contains the directories of EU legislation (Directory of European Union legislation, Directory of European Union preparatory acts, Directory of international agreements and Directory of European Union consolidated acts) which facilitate the access to EU legislation by subject. The directory of EU legal acts is structured into 20 chapters with divisions into further sub-sections as necessary. The Directory of EU legal acts AT is part of the Core Metadata used in the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It indicates the authority code and start-use date of each concept and gives labels in all official EU languages. The Directory of EU legal acts AT is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Directory of legal acts is accessible at https://eur-lex.europa.eu/browse/directories/legislation.html

Distribution type

The Distribution type authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing possible distribution types. It has been developed specifically for the official portal for European data ‘data.europa.eu’. 

The Distribution type authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Distribution type authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Document collection
This technical table provides the codes used for internal purposes in the CELLAR application.
Document identifier format

The Document identifier format authority file describes the standardised syntax of the identifiers of documents produced by the institutions of the European Union in particular. This authority file was created to be used by metadata in the AKN4EU mark-up language. It provides for each identifier marked a mapping with a standardised syntax with a decomposition into the subcomponents and for each subcomponent a meaning depending on the type of identifier. Each institution can have its own naming convention and is allowed to map it according to its own naming convention inside the text.

The Document identifier format authority file is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on EU Vocabularies website.

 

Documentation type

The Documentation type authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing possible documentation types. It has been developed specifically for the official portal for European data ‘data.europa.eu’. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

EU budget amount status

This authority table provides possible statuses for amounts in the EU budget. It has been developed specifically for the EU budget as Linked Open Data project.

EU budget stage

This authority table provides possible stages of the EU budget preparatory actions and pilot projects. It has been developed specifically for the EU budget as Linked Open Data project.

EU budget status
This table provides possible statuses of the EU budget preparatory actions and pilot projects. It has been developed specifically for the EU budget as Linked Open Data project.
EU programme

The EU programme authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary providing the list of programmes created and coordinated by the European Union and financially supported by the European Union or, in a few cases, by the contributions from the Member States. It has been developed specifically for the EU Budget as open linked data project. It indicates the authority code and start-use date of each concept and gives labels in all official EU languages. The EU programme AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Economic operator role

This table identifies the role of the economic operator in the procurement.

Economic operator size

This table provides the different categories in which the tenderers to whom a contract can be awarded are classified, according to their size (using as criteria the number of employees).

Education credit
The Europass Standard List of Educational Credit Systems distinguishes between existing and widely used European credit systems, e.g. for higher education (ECTS) and for vocational education and training (ECVET). OP
Encoding
Europass Vocabularies consist of a set of simplified, re-usable and extensible data models that capture the fundamental characteristics entities. They are primarily used in the Europass CV template, Europass Digital Credentials and Europass Learning Opportunities. Any entity wishing to be interoperable with these services can benefit by using the models.
Entitlement
The Europass Standard List of Entitlement Types provides a list of different kinds of entitlements that a person can achieve by successfully completing a learning opportunity, e.g. to practice a profession, take advantage of a learning opportunity or join an organisation. OP
Entitlement status
The Europass Standard List of Entitlement Statuses allows the determination of whether the entitlement awarded to learners who successfully complete a learning opportunity is actual or prospective. OP
Environmental impact
This table provides the information about whether a procurement includes (and how) an approach to reducing the environmental impacts of the work, supply or service used in the technical specifications, award criteria, selection criteria or contract performance conditions or not.
European Qualification Framework

The European Qualification Framework authority file details the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (2008/C 111/01). This framework is a common European reference framework whose purpose is to make qualifications more readable and understandable across different countries and systems. It consists of 8 levels defined in terms of learning outcomes: knowledge, skills and autonomy-responsibility. It is part of ESCO (European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations), i.e. the European multilingual classification of Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations. The European Qualification Framework authority file is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Event

The Event authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing the events that are part of the legal decision making process. It was created in order to harmonize and to trace historically the various events triggered by an agent within the procedures and associated to a resource type. The various sources of information were extracted from Pegase and Prelex. The Event AT is part of the Core Metadata used in the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It is also used by EUR-Lex. It provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in all official EU languages. Codes in italic are deprecated and should not be used, except in the case of back-log work. The Event AT is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

File status

The File status authority table is a controlled vocabulary that describes the different stages in the life cycle of an act (or in the decision-making process of an act) from the moment it is launched until the final step is completed. It was created to fulfil the needs of EUR-Lex. The table provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in English. The File status authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website).

File type

The File type authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the different types of (digital) files (e.g. PDF, XML, DOC, ...). The File type authority table is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Form type

This table provides the codes and values used for the type of forms published on TED. 

Formation of the Court
This table shows the composition of all three Union courts: Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal according to the case they are seized with (Articles 251, 254 and 257 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)).

More detailed information can be found in the Statute of the Court of Justice of the European Union common to all three courts, as well as in the respective Rules of Procedure of these courts, available on the website of the Court of Justice of the European Union:These concepts are used for the production of reports of cases before the Court and to publish the case-law on the EUR-Lex site: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/collection/eu-law/eu-case-law.html

The concepts are put in alphabetical order. The columns featuring can be displayed in descending or ascending order.

Framework agreement
This table provides the list of codes to distinguish the different type framework agreement involved in a tender.
Frequency
This table provides the accrual periodicities in the 24 official languages of the European Union.
Grammatical alternation
The Grammatical alternation NAL captures the phonological alternations based on whether the first letter of the succeeding word is a consonant or a vowel. It is used for but not limited to number forms in the Maltese language.
Grammatical consciousness
The Grammatical consciousness NAL provides the grammatical features regarding consciousness of a substantive. This NAL is designed to capture number forms variations in the Irish language.
Grammatical gender

The grammatical-gender authority table is a controlled vocabulary which provides the list of the grammatical genders in languages which have gender distinctions: "male", "female", "neuter" or "utrum".

The grammatical-gender authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The grammatical-gender authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Grammatical number

The grammatical-number authority table is a controlled vocabulary which provides the list of the grammatical numbers referring to different number of things or persons: "singular", "dual" or "plural".

The grammatical-number authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The grammatical-number authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Honorific
This table provides the honorific titles used in addressing or referring to a person as used in the EU Whoiswho.
Human sex

The Human sex authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing the list of human sexes. The Human sex authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Innovative acquisition
This table provides the codes and values used for the type of innovative works, supplies or services being procured within the context of public procurement.
Interinstitutional procedure

The Interinstitutional procedure authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing the different procedures used in the context of data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision-making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in all official EU languages. The Interinstitutional procedure authority table is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Internal procedure
This authority table lists the different internal procedures of the institutions involved in the legislative process.
Irregularity type

This code list refers generally to the types of irregularities described in Section 2 of the Annex to the Commission Decision C(2019) 3452.

Label type

The label-type authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing the various forms of labels that are considered alternative labels in the SKOS format. This authority table is an internal table at the Publications Office of the European Union.

It is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Language

The Language authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with languages.

Its main scope is to support activities associated with publication process.

The concepts included are correlated with the ISO 639 international standard. This standard is issued in several parts:

ISO 639-1 contains strictly two alphabetic letters (alpha-2),

ISO 639-2/B (B = bibliographic) is used for bibliographic purpose (alpha-3),

ISO 639-2/T (T = terminology) is used for technical purpose (alpha-3),

ISO 639-3 covers all the languages and macro-languages of the world (alpha-3); the values are compliant with ISO 639-2/T.

If an authority code is needed for a language without assigned ISO code, an alphanumeric code is created in order to not confuse with ISO codes that are strictly alphabetic.

Contributions to the Language authority table are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Language authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Learning Opportunity information topic

The Europass Learning opportunity information topics is a standard list of additional information topics that can be supplied about a learning opportunity and its provider. It is part of the Europass vocabularies that set out a framework developed to support the transparency and understanding of skills and qualifications. The Europass Learning opportunity information topics is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Learning activity
The Europass Standard List of Learning Activity Types categorises and labels activities that learners can engage with in order to achieve pre-defined learning outcomes. OP
Learning and verification
The Europass Standard List of Methods of Supervision And Verification provides a list of possible means by which cheating at exams can be prevented, such as for example ID verification and/or activity supervision. OP
Learning assessment
The Europass Standard List of Modes of Learning and Assessment provides a list of distinct means by which learning and assessment can be carried out. OP
Learning opportunity
The Europass Standard List of Learning Opportunity Types provides an array of potential delivery formats of organised learning. OP
Learning schedule
The Europass Standard List of Learning Schedule Types allows, in a standardised way, the indication of the intensity of learning, from light part time to full time engagement. OP
Learning setting
The Europass Standard List of Learning Setting Types provides terms to distinguish between formal learning taking place in a more organised and structured environment, and non-formal learning that is more flexible and self-paced, however still involves some form of learning support. OP
Legal act domain

The Legal act domain authority file lists the various abbreviations of domains such as EC, EU, Euratom and CFSP, representing the sphere of action of the European Union and its predecessors, and used for numbering of EU legal acts. These domains have changed over the years as new treaties and amendments to the Treaties have been adopted. This authority file was created to be used by EUR-Lex and Cellar. It provides an authority code, the start date and end date, if applicable, of each domain and labels in all official EU languages. 

The Legal act domain authority file is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on EU Vocabularies website. 

Legal basis

This table provides the legal basis  based on the legal acts  used for a given public procurement procedure. The table is provided by the Publications Office.

Legal proceeding

The Legal proceeding authority table (AT) presents concepts relating to different legal remedies available to an applicant before the EU Courts (Articles 260, 263, 268 and 270 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union). The Legal proceeding AT is used together with the Legal proceeding result (procresult) AT. The Legal proceeding AT provides an authority code and the start-use date of each concept and labels in all official EU languages. The concepts are used for the production of reports of cases before the Court and to publish the case-law on the EUR-Lex site. The Legal proceeding AT is used in an IMMC extension for which only one institution is the source (Court of Justice). It is updated in coordination with the Court of Justice of the European Union and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Legal proceeding result
This table presents concepts relating to the results of a case or procedure following the delivery of the decision. They are to be used together with the table of proceedings.

More detailed information can be consulted in the Rules of Procedure of these courts, available on the website of the Court of Justice of the European Union:

These concepts are used for the production of reports of cases before the Court and to publish the case-law on the EUR-Lex site: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/collection/eu-law/eu-case-law.html

The concepts are put in alphabetical order. The columns featuring can be displayed in descending or ascending order.
Legal proceeding type
This table provides the three different types of legal proceedings at the Court of Justice.
Licence

The Licence authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing the European Commission Reuse Notice and the European Union Public Licences. It also provides a list of standard licences available internationally, including the Creative Commons licences. It gives an authority code and labels in most official EU languages. The Licence AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Licence domain

The Licence domain authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary providing a list of domains. All values are used for encoding the classification of licences in the Licence AT. The Licence domain AT is thus a technical authority table. It is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Main activity

This table provides the list of main activities of the buyers.

The codes associated with contracting authorities are derived from the top level of the Classification of the functions of the government (COFOG) from the United Nations Statistics Division.

The codes associated with contracting entities are derived from sectors explicitly falling within the sectoral directive (2014/25/EU Art. 8 - Art. 14).

Measurement unit

The Measurement unit authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing units of measurement with their authority codes. The labels and symbols are given in all official EU languages. If available, the codes are based on the code list recommendation N°. 20 "Codes for Units of Measure Used in International Trade" (as revised periodically) maintained and published by UNECE through its Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT). The Measurement unit authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Membership classification

The membership-classification authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing a list of politico-economic units for classifying countries, localities or languages.  It focuses mainly on units with European relevance. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website). 

Missing info submission
This table provides the list of codes indicating wether tenderer-related information (complete or parcial) can be supplemented even after the submission deadline.
Modification justification

This table provides the main reasons for modifying a contract within the domain of public procurement.

Modification type

The Modification type authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary providing a list of modifications to a legal act resulting from the instructions in a modifying act or corrigendum. It is used by EUR-Lex and AKN4EU, among others. The Modification type AT provides an authority code and the start-use date for each concept. It is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Multilingual

The Multilingual authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with cataloguing purposes.

Its main scope is to support activities associated with publication process.

The concepts included are correlated with the need of the identification of different multilingual language combinations. 

The EU publications use two-character codes, the first two positions of the three-character authority code. The codes are alphanumeric in order to not confuse with ISO language codes that are strictly alphabetic.

The Multilingual authority table is updated based on the stakeholders’ needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Multilingual authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Non award justification

This table provides the list of reasons of the buyer for not choosing a winner in the procurement procedure.

Non publication justification
This table provides codes and values for the main reasons for not immediately publishing a notice within the context of public procurement.
Notation type

The Notation type authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing the list of notation types used in the EU Vocabularies authority tables as well as in the context of DCAT-AP (a specification based on W3C's Data Catalogue vocabulary). It indicates the authority code and start-use date of each concept. The Notation type table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

 

Notice type

This table provides a list of public procurement notices  according to procurement legislation  published once a project is approved.

 

Number
The Numbers Named Authority List (NAL) is a controlled vocabulary listing a set of cardinal and ordinal numbers in the 24 official languages of the EU.The NAL is mainly used for numbering the issues.The NAL is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the EU.
Number fixed
This table provides the codes linked to fix values within the context of public procurement.
Number threshold
This table provides the codes linked to the type of threshold values within the context of public procurement.
Number type
The Number type NAL provides the grammatical distinctions of numerals. The grammar distinguishes between cardinal and ordinal numbers.
Number weight
This table provides the codes linked to the type of weight values used in award criteria within the context of public procurement.
Organisation role

This table provides the list of the different  functions of the organisations in a procurement procedure.

Organisation subrole

This table provides the list of the different  sub-functions of the organisations in a procurement procedure.

Organization type

The organisation-type authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the various types of organizations as used in the EU Whoiswho application. This authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website).

Other place service
This table provides the broad geopolitical areas linked to the location of works and the place of performance or delivery within the context of public procurement.
Permission
This table provides the codes linked to the different values of permission and/or obligation.
Place

The Place authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with the localities of the world. It provides authority codes that are based on UN/LOCODE codes. The Place AT uses the classification (membership classification) and the authority codes of the Country AT. This AT also provides ISO 3166-2 codes, as well as geographical coordinates. The European capitals of culture are also included. The original name of each locality is indicated. The Corporate body AT uses this AT to identify the seat of each concept (LOC_id), and the Site AT uses it to identify the location of each site (loc_code). The Place authority table is updated based on the stakeholders’ needs. Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU. The Place AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Planned availability

The Planned availability authority table is a controlled vocabulary specifying planned availability of DCAT-AP defined resources, namely distribution, dataset and data service. The list, originally included in the DCAT-AP standard as means to describe availability of DCAT distributions, is managed by the EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office on the EU Vocabularies website. 

The Planned availability authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

 

Position grade

This table provides the function groups and grades of the staff employed by the European institutions, bodies or agencies. 

Officials and temporary agents are classed into function groups according to the nature of their duties: administrator (AD), assistant (AST), Secretary and clerk (AST/SC). 

- The AD function group comprises 12 grades corresponding to management, planning and research, scientific and linguistic functions;

- The AST function group comprises 11 grades which correspond to executive and technical functions;

- The AST/SC function group, comprises 6 grades which correspond to secretarial and clerical functions.

Contract staff is subdivided into four function groups corresponding to the duties to be performed. Each function group is subdivided into grades.

- Function group IV comprises grade 13 to 18 and preform administrative, advisory, linguistic and equivalent technical tasks, performed under the supervision of officials or temporary staff.

- Function Group III comprises grade 8 to 12 and preform executive tasks, drafting, accountancy and other equivalent technical tasks, performed under the supervision of officials or temporary staff.

- Function group II comprises grade 4 to 7 and preform clerical and secretarial tasks, office management and other equivalent tasks, performed under the supervision of officials or temporary staff.

- Function group I comprises grade 1 to 3 and preform manual and administrative support service tasks, performed under the supervision of officials or temporary staff.

The legal framework is provided in the Staff Regulations of Officials (EUSR), ANNEX 1 "Types of posts in each function group, as provided for in Article 5(4)" (https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:01962R0031-20200101) and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community (CEOS). The grading of Contract Agents and Auxiliary Contract Agents is regulated in Article 80(2) of the CEOS. 

Position status

This authority table provides the position status of the staff employed by the EU institutions, bodies or agencies as used in the EU Whoiswho. 

Position type

This authority table provides the list of possible types of position of the staff employed by the EU institutions, bodies or agencies. It has been developed specifically for the EU budget as Linked Open Data project.

Procedure nature

The Procedure nature authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing a classification of procedures applicable to the adoption of legislation and other acts by the institutions of the European Union as defined by the treaties. It provides an authority code, the start-use date and a description for each concept. The Procedure nature authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

  

Procedure phase

The Procedure phase authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing phases of various decisional processes. It was originally created for AKN4EU specifications concerning documents pertaining to the ordinary legislative procedure, but it can be used for other purposes in the future, as a reference for phases of procedures of all nature – non legislative, legislative, internal, interinstitutional and judicial. It is part of the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It provides an authority code and the start-use date and a definition of each concept. The Procedure phase authority table is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union in the Metadata Registry (EU Vocabularies website). 

Procurement procedure type

This table provides a list of activities leading to the conclusion of public contracts used in public procurement according to the legislation.

 

Product form
This table provides the various product forms published at the Publications office, mainly those related to the general publications.
Product status

The Product status authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing possible statuses of a product.It has been developed specifically for the Linked Data Solutions (LDS) project. 

The Product status authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by the EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Product status authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Public event type

The public event type table defines public events that happen at a particular place and time, are organised by an agent for a particular purpose, and are of interest to a general audience. This definition excludes natural events such as earthquakes or hurricanes. The public event type table is a controlled vocabulary under governance of DG COMM and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Publication accessibility

The Publication accessibility authority table is a controlled vocabulary which provides a list of terms describing assistive features and/or adaptations to improve the accessibility of publications for particular needs of some audiences. The list is managed by the EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office on the EU Vocabularies website. 

The Publication accessibility authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

Publication theme
This table provides the various themes used for the general publications also available on the EU Bookshop.
Received submission type
This table provides the list of relevant categories used to classify tenders or requests to participate received within the context of public procurement.
Remedy type

This table describes the measures taken following a review.

Requirement stage

This table describes when and whether a given requirement must be provided in a procedure.

Reserved procurement
This table provides the values used to indicate wether the participation in the procurement is reserved for specific organisations.
Resource type

The Resource type authority table (AT) lists the different types of document (e.g. directive, regulation, etc.) used in the context of data exchange between the European institutions involved in the legal decision-making process. Set up in order to harmonise the various types of documents used by different systems and, in particular, in the "Core Metadata and Extension Metadata XML schemas", this AT is part of the Core Metadata. With respect to the Core Metadata, Resource type AT is related to the Event and Corporate body (Agent) authority tables. It is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the EU on the EU Vocabularies website.

  

Review body type

This table covers the list of organisations providing the review of a given procedure.

Review decision type

This table describes the decision made a review body.

Role

The Role authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing the roles of persons or entities relevant for the descriptive metadata used at the Publications Office and the core metadata used in the data exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision-making process. It is also used by EUR-Lex. The table provides an authority code and the start-use date of each concept and labels in all official EU languages. The Role authority table is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

 

Role nature
The Role nature NAL provides a list of values used for controlling the attribution of roles.
Role qualifier

The Role qualifier is a code list that serves as a subset or refinement of the Role controlled vocabulary. This code list can be used as a pick list to refine the various roles of persons or entities in detail. The Role qualifier is updated on request and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Scoring

The Scoring authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing concepts that define the different scoring levels for the metadata quality assurance. It provides the name and definition of each concept. The table is based on a custom vocabulary of the European Data Portal. The Scoring authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Script

The Script authority table is a controlled vocabulary that lists concepts associated with distinctive scripts.

Its main scope is to support activities associated with publication process.

The concepts included are correlated with the ISO 15924 international standard.

Each script is instantiated according to a writing system, described in writing-system authority table.

The Script authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Script authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Selection criterion
This table provides the list of condictions that are concerned for evaluation purposes. In the domain of public procurement, selection criteria are normally based on a specific legal framework. This codelist is a subset of the ESPD codelist CriterionTaxonomy.
Semantic technology

The Semantic technology authority table is a controlled vocabulary providing possible technologies used in the semantic web.It has been developed specifically for the Linked Data Solutions (LDS) project. It uses the acronyms of the technologies as preferred labels as these technologies are more known by the acronyms than by their long labels. The concepts are linked to their respective standards, specifications or recommendations.

The Semantic technology authority table is updated based on the stakeholders' needs.

Contributions to it are accepted following a review made by the EU Vocabularies team of the Publications Office of the EU.

The Semantic technology authority table is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Site

The Site authority table provides the sites occupied by the various EU institutions and bodies and is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

 

Skill reuse level

The Skill reuse level authority file determines the skill pillar concept reusability levels by distinguishing different sets of skills and competences. It is part of ESCO (European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations), i.e. the European multilingual classification of Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations. The Skill reuse level authority file is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Skill type

The Skill type authority file distinguishes the skill pillar concept types. It is part of ESCO (European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations), i.e. the European multilingual classification of Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations. The Skill type authority file is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Social objective

This table provides the values  linked to any social objective  promoted by the technical specifications, award criteria, selection criteria or contract performance conditions included in a procurement.

Strategic priority
The Strategic priority authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing concepts that indicate strategic priorities of an institution. It was created for listing the strategic priorities 2019-2024 of the European Commission, but it can be used to list the strategic priorities of all institutions. The table provides the name, authority code, start-use date and definition of each concept. The Strategic priority AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. OP
Strategic procurement
This table provides the information about whether a procurement aims to reduce environmental impact, fulfil social objectives and/or buy innovative works, supplies or services. These condictions are achived via either technical specifications, selection criteria, award criteria and contract terms.
Subcontracting indication
This table provides the list of codes and values used to indicate information regarding the share of parts of a contract to third parties. The share may refer to the portion of work, services or supplies and/or to the subject matter being subcontracted.
Subcontracting obligation
This table provides the list of codes and values used for the obligation of the economic operator of sharing parts of the original contract to third parties. The share may refer to the portion of work, services or supplies.
Subdivision

The Subdivision authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary providing the subdivisions of acts used for legal citations. It also lists the parts of the corrigenda. The Subdivision AT is part of the Core Metadata used in the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It is used by Akoma Ntoso for EU, FORMEX, ELI and EUR-Lex for identifying divisions in a text. It provides an authority code and labels in all official EU languages. The subdivision AT is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Subdivision content

The Subdivision content authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing concepts that indicate specific content of text divisions. It was created by the Publications Office (OP) for the development of AKN4EU specifications, which concern documents exchanged between the EU Institutions involved in the legal decision making process and sent to OP for publication. It provides the name, authority code, start-use date and definition of each concept (English only). The Subdivision content AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website.

Subdivision position
The Subdivision position NAL provides the possible positions in the subdivision of acts. These positions are used in the consolidation exercise.
Subject matter

The Subject matter authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary showing the concepts used for the indexation of notices published on EUR-Lex. It has also been extended to cover concepts that provide the legal framework of the European Central Bank. The Subject matter AT is part of the Core Metadata used in the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

The subject matter classification exists in parallel with two other classifications: the Directory of European Union Legislation and EuroVoc. Differently from these, the subject matter classification is strictly aligned with the evolution of the European Union policies cited in the different treaties of the European Union that can be consulted at: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/collection/eu-law/treaties.html?locale=en 

Summaries of EU legislation classification

The Summaries of EU legislation classification authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary providing the classification used in the summaries of EU legislation and introductory texts. The Summaries of EU legislation classification AT is maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Target audience

This authority table provides the target audiences used for the general publications.

Target group
The Europass Standard List of Target Groups provides a custom vocabulary to describe groups of learners that a learning opportunity, and corresponding credential, is tailored and/or best suited for. OP
Time period
The Time periods Named Authority List (NAL) is a controlled vocabulary listing the periods of time in the 24 official languages of the EU. The NAL enumerates the names of the seasons, months, weekdays and the main units of time when the issues are published. The NAL is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the EU.
Transport service

This table provides a list of transport services.

 

Treaty

The Treaty authority table (AT) is a controlled vocabulary listing the different EU treaties, including treaties and protocols, accession treaties, Schengen Convention and Charter of Fundamental Rights. The Treaty AT is part of the Core Metadata used in the exchange between the institutions involved in the legal decision-making process and the Publications Office of the European Union. It is also used by EUR-Lex. It provides an authority code, the start-use date of the concept and labels in all official EU languages. The Treaty AT is under governance of the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union on EU Vocabularies website. 

Treaty classification
The Treaty classification NAL provides the list of types of treaties of the European Union and its predecessors.
Usage

This table provides the list of codes and values indicating the application of criteria or other concepts and information.

Use context

The Use context authority table is a controlled vocabulary listing different applications and environments that make use of the various authority tables. This table is an internal table at the Publications Office of the European Union, and is maintained on the EU Vocabularies website.

AKN4EU

Verifiable Presentation Type

The Europass Standard list of verifiable presentation types describes clearly distinguishable verifiable presentation categories of EDC-compliant credential data that credential holders can share with a verifier. It is part of the Europass vocabularies. It is part of the Europass vocabularies that set out a framework developed to support the transparency and understanding of skills and qualifications. The Europass Standard list of verifiable presentation types is maintained by DG EMPL and published by the Publications Office of the European Union on the EU Vocabularies website. 

Verification
The Europass Standard List of Verification Types provides a list of key aspects and attributes, including validity and authenticity, that the Europass authentication and verification checks assess each time a credential is viewed online. OP
Verification status
The Europass Standard List of Verification Statusses describes the three potential outcomes of the Europass authentication and verification checks, i.e. green (passed), gray (not known or not applicable) or red (failed). OP
Website identifier

The website-identifier authority table is a controlled vocabulary which provides a list of websites (URL) included in the europa.eu domain and subdomains. It has been developed specifically for the EU Web Preservation project, but will be used also for many other purposes. The table contains reference to copyright of the websites.

Winner selection status

This table provides the list of codes and values used to indicate whether a tenderer was chosen to be awarded with a contract and wether the competiotion is open.

Writing system
The Writing system NAL provides the list of the main writing systems. They are differentiated depending on what a symbol represents inside the system.
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Browse content Dataset details Accreditation status
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Browse content Dataset details Administrative territorial unit type
Browse content Dataset details Applicability
Browse content Dataset details Assessment
Browse content Dataset details Asset classification
Browse content Dataset details Award criterion type
Browse content Dataset details Browser
Browse content Dataset details Buyer legal type
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Browse content Dataset details Directory of EU legal acts
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Browse content Dataset details Framework agreement
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Browse content Dataset details Licence domain
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Browse content Dataset details Publication theme
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Browse content Dataset details Remedy type
Browse content Dataset details Requirement stage
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Browse content Dataset details Treaty classification
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