The first deadline will be November 27, 2018, when ministries, central services and constitutional bodies will be required to receive electronic invoices. Next, and by November 27, 2019, it will be the turn of the remaining public, regional and local institutions. But Germany is going even further. Its public administrations will not only have to be ready to receive e-Invoicing over and above the set amounts, but also invoices for any sum. From November 2020, suppliers will be required to send invoices worth more than € 1000 in electronic format only.