New Public procurement law - first impressions

The Public Procurement Law currently in force has been amended dozens of times. Several of these amendments were very extensive and of crucial importance, as they were the means to implement EU directives into the Polish legal order. Most of the ad hoc changes to the law adjusted the law to the needs of the changing legal and economic situation, which, unfortunately, resulted in growing incoherence of the entire law.

Finally, the Public Procurement Law had become illegible for an average market participant and contained so many patches that it had to be rewritten. The draft of the new Public Procurement Law responds to this need.

Whether the new regulation meets the hopes placed in it remains to be seen. However, it is already known that some provisions will require fine-tuning at the draft stage. We write about them in this publication.