Official Journal reference
Guidelines for good results
- The year field takes four digits; the month and day fields take two.
Example: Year 2007 Month 08 Day 17
- Always enter the year. Month and day fields are optional.
- To get the annexes to the OJ C series, enter A or E after the OJ number.
Example: select the C series, then enter 191A to get an OJ with the reference C 191 A.
About the Official Journal
- The Official Journal (OJ), published daily in 23 languages, consists of the L series (legislation) and the C series (resolutions, recommendations, guidelines and opinions/information/preparatory acts/notices/announcements). The documents included in the C series are partly published only electronically.
- From 1952 to 1957 the Official Journal was published as a single series (A). In April of 1958 the A series was replaced by the P series. The P series existed from 1958 until 1967. The L and C series were introduced in 1968.
- The Supplement S to the OJ (calls for tenders) is published in the TED database.