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Author is presenting an analysis of the legal situation of NGOs in public procurement, with particular reference to proprietary contracts. Limited NGOs are obliged to apply public procurement regulations, however, as Contracting authority may play a significant role in the public procurement market. The status of the contracting authority in public contracts gives rise to a number of possibilities which are the possibility of obtaining a dedicated (reserved) contract in public procurement, as well as the obligation to conduct business. Not only the implementation of the contract concluded with the entity obliged to apply the law is the participation of non-governmental organizations in the procurement, but also the ability to carry out public tasks commissioned as part of public benefit activities.