Ten experts, a key systemic change and two hours of lively discussion were involved in the debate on “Revolution in procurement or new same old?”
On 21 February 2019, at the office of the Rzeczpospolita daily newspaper a debate was held on “Revolution in procurement or new same old?” attended by members of the bodies of the Public Procurement Law Association and representatives of the public administration involved in work on the draft of the new Public Procurement Law. Editor Tomasz Pietryga’s guests were Mariusz Haładyj, president of the Office of the General Counsel to the Republic of Poland, Hubert Nowak, President of the Public Procurement Office, Bogdan Artymowicz, Director of the Public Procurement Office Legal Department, Joanna Knapińska, Deputy Director at the Ministry of Enterprise and Technology, and Public Procurement Law Association representatives: Dr Piotr Bogdanowicz, Dr Wojciech Hartung, Aldona Kowalczyk, Mirella Lechna, Jan Roliński and Anna Specht-Schampera. The experts discussed recent systemic changes and attempted to answer the question of whether the proposed provisions meet market needs and to what extent, and how they will affect the market.
The Public Procurement Law Association is playing an active part in public consultations on the draft of the new Public Procurement Law and the debate was an excellent opportunity to put forward the Association’s position on key issues.
A record of the debate is available on Rzeczpospolita’s website.