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Has your country adopted a new separate law to implement the 17/2004/EC directive?
Polish Public Procurement Law (PPL) of 29 January 2004 (Journal of Laws of 2010 No 113, item 759 with amendments) regulates all aspects of PP procedure, from the commencement of the process until the conclusion of the contract. It refers both to the so-called “classical” sector (2004/18/EC Directive) as well as to utilities (2004/17/EC). It also provides for detailed rules concerning legal protection measures in that respect. PPL comprises 203 articles divided into several titles and chapters devoted to different instruments and aspects of the PP process. Speci"c rules concerning utilities are contained in Title III (“Speci"c Provisions”) and Chapter 5 (“Utilities”); however it is important to note that there are a lot of references to the provisions contained in other parts of the PPL, notably to Title I (“General Provisions”) and Title II (“Award Procedures”). There are several acts of secondary legislation issued in order to implement and make more precise provisions of the PPL. Due to the fact that utilities are comprised in the PPL, most of the implementing regulations are to be followed also in this regard.
Source: Law in transition online, Autumn 2010
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From 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in Poland and other European Union countries. We would therefore like to give you several details on the subject of how DZP processes personal data.
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