On the County Administrative Board

The County Administrative Board is a government authority that exists in close proximity to the people in each county. We are an important link between the people and the municipal authorities on the one hand and the government, parliament and central authorities on the other.

The work of the County Administrative Board is led by the County Governor, who is commissioned to monitor developments and inform the government of the county's needs.

The commission of the County Administrative Board is to work for development where the environment, economic growth and good living conditions go hand-in-hand. The goal is a clean living environment, a stable labour market and a good life for the residents. In short, we are working towards sustainable development in the county.

The County Administrative Board is responsible for ensuring that decisions from parliament and the Government are implemented in the county and we coordinate government activities. With regard to the county's development, we shall safeguard and work for the interests of both individuals and society.

We are a knowledge based organisation which works with many different cross-sectoral issues. Our areas of expertise span diverse social issues, from rural development and biodiversity to integration and the protection of cultural environments.

In accordance with the instructions of the County Administrative Board (SFS 2007:825), our work includes:

  • food inspections, animal welfare and general veterinary issues
  • regional growth
  • infrastructure planning
  • sustainable community planning and housing
  • energy and climate
  • cultural environment
  • protection against disaster and emergency preparedness and civil defence
  • nature conservation and environmental and public health
  • agricultural and rural areas
  • fishing
  • equality
  • integration

Sending an e-invoice to Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten

From 1 April 2019, you as a supplier to Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten must send us an e-invoice. Note that PDF is not an approved format.

In June of 2018, the Riksdag decided to adopt the Act regarding e-invoicing in public procurement (SFS 2018:1277). The Act means that all purchasesmade in accordance with procurement acts such as LOU, LUF, LUFS or LUK shall be billed using e-invoices. Purchases made by us, Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten, shall therefore be billed using e-invoices. Also remember to include our reference in the invoice.

If you already use e-invoices

Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten can receive invoices via the PEPPOL network. In that case, you need to connect via a company that supports your e-invoicing via PEPPOL. Check whether your accounting / invoicing system supplier or e-invoice service can use the PEPPOL network.

Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten's PEPPOL-ID is: 0007: 2021002460. The formats that Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten can receive via the PEPPOL network are Svefaktura 1.0 and Svefaktura 5A 2.0.

Another alternative is to use our VAN service. Contact your VAN-provider for sending the invoice.

Länsstyrelsen Västerbotten accepts e-invoices in the following format: SFTI Svefaktura

Party ID: 2021002460

GLN: 7340093200783

Transportmethod: Protokoll - SFTI Transportprofil BAS

Technical adress: https://www.proceedo.net/ebms/in/1024

Contact us via the e-mail address below if you have questions.

If you currently do not use e-invoices

If you have a business system:

It is often possible to create e-invoices in existing business systems/accounting systems. Check with your system supplier. E-invoicing services can also be purchased from certain companies in order to achieve the same thing, as can the installation of a “virtual invoice printer”.

If you do not have a business system:

Use our invoicing portal. Send us an e-mail at carola.lindmark@lansstyrelsen.se and we will invite you to the portal.

Contact us:

Carola Lindmark
Telefon 010-225 42 15


More information on e-invoices: www.digg.seexternal link www.sfti.seexternal link and www.skl.seexternal link

Read more about the new law here:

www.digg.se/about-us/compulsory-e-invoicing-in-the-public-sectorexternal link