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We process and archive invoices electronically. If paper invoices are delivered to us, we will return them unpaid. If you do not yet have an e-invoicing system, you can use the Finnish Government’s e-invoicing service to produce and send electronic invoices.
E-invoicing information of the Police University College:
Online invoice address / OVT ID: 003721531054
Business ID: 2153105-4
E-invoicing operator/intermediator: OpusCapita Solutions Oy ([email protected],
Operator/intermediator ID: E204503
We also process the invoices of the National Police Museum and the Police Dog Training Centre via the same e-invoicing address. In that case, enter National Police Museum and the Police Dog Training Centre as the customer in the invoice.
You can add electronic attachments to the e-invoice. The recommended file format for attachments is PDF.
Invoices to the state generally follow the 21-day payment term.
If you do not have an e-invoicing system
If you do not use a system that generates online invoices, you can use the e-invoicing service provided by the Finnish government to create and send e-invoices. For now, the government service is free of charge. You can find more information on how to log into the government’s e-invoicing service and using the service on the website of the State Treasury.
You can also find help with using the service from the Finnish Government Shared Services Centre for Finance and HR ([email protected], tel. +358 295 563 700).
To the page Invoicing the state on the website of the State Treasury
Paper invoices and invoices sent by email
We do not accept paper invoices; if paper invoices are delivered to us, we will return them unpaid. We do not accept standard invoices sent by email, either, because they are not e-invoices.
More information on sending invoices to the Police University College: