The transposition of the Directive 2014/55/EU into Greek law was adopted in the first quarter of 2019, making it mandatory for the central government to receive e-invoices from its private sector suppliers.
Moreover, the Independent Authority for Public Revenue recently published a clarification concerning suppliers in B2G transactions. According to the clarification, suppliers that have chosen to use Electronic Data Provider Services and submitted the Declaration of Exclusive Data Issuance through a Provider to the tax administration (as the method to comply with the MyData requirements) are required to issue exclusively e-invoices in B2G transactions. This clarification ushers in a partial B2G e-invoicing mandate (a mandatory obligation for the supplier side of a transaction to send e-invoices).
The clarification is available on IAPR’s website: Πάροχοι υπηρεσιών ηλεκτρονικής τιμολόγησης | ΑΑΔΕ