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  • 21 june 2019
    Contract Enforcement Mechanism Cannot Be Cancelled But It Can Be Simplified
    "The contract enforcement mechanism has been put in place to reduce the risks during biddings and requests for proposals as well as after contracts are entered into but in practice it creates certain difficulties for bidders. The question is where is the balance between the interests of the customer and the supplier?" noted the Head of the Department for Competition Policy Elena Kovaleva as she opened a round table on how to improve the contract enforcement mechanism used during bidding and contract performance at the Analytical Center.
  • 20 june 2019
    Experts Suggest Reintroducing Art Education on School Curriculum
    The Analytical Center hosted a round table on the quality of art education in Russian schools and the technical equipment of art and entertainment facilities.
  • 20 june 2019
    Experts Discuss Construction Sector Development Priorities
    According to the first deputy head of the Analytical Center Gleb Pokatovich, the goal of the round table whose participants discussed the priorities of the Construction Sector Development Strategy through 2030 was to find an adequate balance between efficiency, safety and quality.
  • 18 june 2019
    Private Business Has Harder Time Finding Skilled Labor than State Companies
    How is the state sector affecting productivity and allocation of labor and what can be done to spur economic growth? This was one of the questions discussed at another round table hosted by the Analytical Center.
  • 17 june 2019
    Experts Discussed Human Capital Development Trends in Russia
    Most effective international and Russian approaches towards implementation of human development programs, factors retraining human capital development in Russian regions as well as mechanisms for the implementation of human development projects and programs were discussed during the international applied science seminar "Human Capital Development in the Russian Federation – Problems and Approaches at the National and Regional Levels" held in the Analytical Center.
  • 17 june 2019
    BRICS Countries Must Consolidate Scientific and Technical Potentials
    What are the prospects of developing countries in digital economy era? How will be those people employed who failed to find their vocation in new realities? How to find a sufficient number of specialists working in different aspects of the digital economy? These and other questions were discussed by experts at a round table "Digital Economy and the 4th Industrial Revolution: Approaches of the BRICS Countries" held in the Analytical Center.
  • 14 june 2019
    National Data Management System will be implemented in the regions
    The experiments are aimed at digitizing electoral processes, introduction of new services for citizens and business, as well as simplifying the activities of public sector representatives in the subjects.
  • 13 june 2019
    Experts Discussed the Development Strategy of the Housing and Utility Sector Until 2035
    The Analytical Center hosted a strategy session on the development prospects for the housing and utility sector until 2035. Representatives of government agencies and the expert community discussed the goals and objectives that need to be implemented to form an effective system in each sector of housing and public utilities.
  • 13 june 2019
    Experts Discussed the Development of the Russian Health Care at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum
    At the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Nelly Naigovzina, Deputy Head of the Analytical Center, spoke about the interrelations between medical and demographic indicators and methods of project and process management in the Russian health care.
  • 11 june 2019
    International experts talk about big data in Yugra
    According to the Head of the Analytical Center Vladislav Onishchenko, investments in digitization inevitably entail certain risks but today it is practically impossible to estimate these risks because of the extremely fast pace of change.