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Awarding Public Procurement Contracts Below the Value of EUR 30,000 in the Organisational Units of the State Fire Service in Poland

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This article is an attempt to summarise the current contract award requirements that are not covered by regulations of the Act of 29 January 2004 on Public Procurement Law (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1986, 2215) (PPL) pursuant to art. 4(8), and to focus mainly on the problems and possibilities of solving them in the Organizational Units of the State Fire Service in Poland. The purpose of this article is to provide guidance on public procurement below the thresholds planned for by the European Union.
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124
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2
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171-182
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  • District Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Cracow, 19 Westerplatte Str., 31-033 Cracow, Poland
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