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ISSN: 2344 - 102X

ISSN-L: 2344 - 102X


Article from Volume 9, Number 3, Year 2021

Author(s): Michal Kania
DOI: 104316/EJAFB.2021.932
Abstract: The post-pandemic reality in the EU will be created mostly through the implementation of the European Recovery and Resilience Facility - the EU's plan for emerging stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic. Parts of this ambitious programme are set out in the national recoveries' plans. The Polish one was adopted at the end of April 2021. This plan assumes the implementation of several pivotal challenges, including the green and digital transition of the Polish economy. Public procurement plays a crucial role when implementing the ambitious goals, i.e. the procedure envisaged for spending public money on new epochal aims. Present for nearly 20 years in the European practice, the phenomena of "strategic procurement" have been poorly adopted in the Polish practice. The chance of changing this situation relates to the new Public Procurement Law, which came into force on 1 January 2021.
Keywords: Post-pandemic; Public Policy; Environment Digitalisation; Public Procurement
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