The mission of the PUŁAWY Competence Center is to provide additional benefits to the agricultural market participants.


  1. Statute
  2. Consortium objectives and methods of implementation
  3. Members, their rights and responsibilities
  4. Consortium bodies
  5. Consortium General Meeting
  6. Consortium Coordinator
  7. Scientific Council
  8. Consortium Office
  9. Provisions common to the bodies of the Consortium
  10. Final provisions

E. Provisions common to the bodies of the Consortium

Section 20

As for the tasks implementation, Consortium bodies shall be guided by the principle of providing maximum support of Consortium members research capability, taking into account their complementarity and respect for the principles of confidentiality and fair competition.

Section 21

  1. Unless the provisions of the agreements referred to in section 3 paragraph 2 concluded between the Consortium members involved in the implementation of projects provide otherwise, it is assumed that financing the expenditure associated with the Consortium activity from Consortium is done using members’ own funds. If possible, structural funds, EU framework programs, grants and other available funding sources will be used for the financing of Consortium activity.
  2. The Consortium does not cover any costs of participation in the works of the Consortium bodies by the persons designated and invited – these costs are borne by the individual Consortium members who pay for their participants in these works.

Section 22

Rules of procedure concerning the projects submitted by the members of the Consortium:

  1. project application should comply with the Consortium Objectives;
  2. project application can be initiated by all Consortium members or by individual members;
  3. “Project Application Form” is the basis for the inclusion in the list of project applications, and the Form should include:
    1. the topic and the project manager;
    2. substantive justification of the proposed project, namely the desirability of the work and preliminary assumptions for the project;
    3. financial, economic, market, organizational and legal conditioning of the project, as well as the economic effects of the project.
  4. project applications are submitted to the Consortium Office;
  5. preliminary assessment of the project applications is done by the Consortium Coordinator and then the applications are directed to the Scientific Council for further review;
  6. The Scientific Council assesses proposed projects on their substance;
  7. The General Meeting of the Consortium, on the basis of the “Project Application Form” and the substantive assessment of the Scientific Council, takes a positive or negative decision about the implementation of the proposed project;
  8. in case of a positive decision about project application, the Consortium General Assembly appoints a Project implementation team, simultaneously specifying the rules for its operation.