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The Public Procurement Law of 11 September 2019 (Journal of Laws item 2019 as amended) entered into force on January 1, 2021. The consolidated text of the Public Procurement Law was announced in the Journal of Laws of 2021 under item 1129.

Public Procurement Law of 11 September 2019 (consolidated text – Journal of Laws of 2021, item 1129)

The PPL is accompanied by the following executive acts:

- Notice of the President of the Public Procurement Office of 1 January 2021 on the current EU thresholds, their PLN equivalent, PLN equivalent of amounts expressed in EUR and the average PLN / EUR exchange rate constituting the basis for converting the value of public contracts or design contests (Monitor Polski, item 11)

Legal basis: Art. 3 para. 3 of the Public Procurement Law

- Notice of the President of the Public Procurement Office of 1 January 2021 on the list of legal acts implementing the provisions set out in Annex II to Directive 2014/25 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 February 2014 on procurement by entities operating in the in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors and repealing Directive 2004/17/EC (Monitor Polski, item 5)

Legal basis: Art. 5 para. 3 of the Public Procurement Law

1. Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labor and Technology of 18 December 2020 on the standard form of the plan of contract award procedures (Journal of Laws, item 2362)

Legal basis: Art. 23 para. 6 of the Public Procurement Law

2. Regulation of the Prime Minister of 30 December 2020 on the method of preparing and transferring information and technical requirements for electronic documents and electronic communication means in a contract award procedure or design contest (Journal of Laws, item 2452)

Legal basis: Art. 70 of the Public Procurement Law

3. Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labor and Technology of 18 December 2020 on records of contract award procedure and contract award procedure documentation (Journal of Laws, item 2434)

Legal basis: Art. 80 of the Public Procurement Law

4. Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labor and Technology of December 21, 2020 on information on submitted requests to participate in a contract award procedure or tenders submitted to the President of the Public Procurement Office (Journal of Laws, item 2406)

Legal basis: Art. 81 para. 2 of the Public Procurement Law

5. Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labor and Technology of 23 December 2020 on qualitative means of proof and other documents or statements that might be requested by contracting authority from economic operator (Journal of Laws, item 2415)

Legal basis: Art. 128 para. 6 of the Public Procurement Law

6. Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labor and Technology of 23 December 2020 on notices placed in the Public Procurement Bulletin (Journal of Laws, item 2439)

Legal basis: Art. 272 para. 2 of the Public Procurement Law

7. Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 28 December 2020 on the authorities competent to apply to the European Commission with a request to declare the conduct of activity in a competitive market to which access is not restricted (Journal of Laws, item 2460)

Legal basis: Art. 394 para. 4 of the Public Procurement Law

8. Regulation of the Minister of Development, Labor and Technology of 22 December 2020 on the amount of remuneration for the chairman, vice-chairman and other members of the Public Procurement Council (Journal of Laws, item 2397)

Legal basis: Art. 504 para. 2 of the Public Procurement Law

9. Regulation of the Prime Minister of 30 December 2020 on the procedure for examining appeals by the National Appeal Chamber (Journal of Laws, item 2453)

Legal basis: Art. 544 para. 4 of the Public Procurement Law

10. Regulation of the Prime Minister of 30 December 2020 on the detailed types of appeal proceedings costs, their settlement and the amount and manner of collecting an appeal fee (Journal of Laws, item 2437)

Legal basis: Art. 576 of the Public Procurement Law

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