Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
“The National Data Management System (NDSM) can not only provide data, but also use the technological and methodological solutions of businesses,” head of the Analytical Center’s Data Management Department Ivan Fost said. The expert told Rossiyskaya Gazeta about how the NDSM will expand business opportunities and why the process of interaction is beneficial to both sides.
Starting July 1, the procedure for prejudicial appeal of decisions, actions and inaction for some types of control will become mandatory. "The system of electronic prejudicial appeal will not only reduce administrative barriers, but also minimize the financial costs and time expenditure for obtaining the service," Konstantin Tsvetov, head of the Analytical Center’s project team for implementing the prejudicial appeal system, told the Octagon publication.
The COVID-19 pandemic has become a catalyst for the accelerated introduction of digital technologies in tourism in Russia and in the world, experts said at a roundtable discussion organized by the Analytical Center. The event focused on trends and problems in the TravelTech industry development in Russia.
“This year, the priority sphere is permitting activities,” Analytical Centre deputy head and Director of the Project Office for Control and Supervision Reform Mikhail Pryadilnikov said at the second expert online seminar on Russia’s regulatory policy. "We are considering in detail those licensing regimes that need to be elaborated.”
With the Analytical Center support, the All-Russian Forum on Public Administration "Development of Public Administration 4.0" was held in Samara. This is the first public event where experts exchanged views in order to create a system of rules and standards for customer centricity. The AC experts took an active part in the forum.