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Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation

Super-services stand for streamlined business processes and correct data

Super-services stand for streamlined business processes and correct data

A citizen seeking a public service should receive it immediately on the one-stop basis. This kind of comprehensive service provided by means of information technologies is called super-service, deputy head of the Analytical Center Oleg Logvinov said in his opening remarks at the CIPR 2020 forum.
IT specialists of Industry 4.0 should have deeper understanding of business than of information technologies

IT specialists of Industry 4.0 should have deeper understanding of business than of information technologies

It is necessary to start training specialists capable of describing a business process and combining it with information technologies, deputy head of the Analytical Center Oleg Logvinov said. He told the audience at the CIPR 2020 conference what kind of specialists will be fostering digitalization of industries.
Logvinov: Russia capable of taking world’s production of mechanical parts upon itself

Logvinov: Russia capable of taking world’s production of mechanical parts upon itself

Deputy head of the Analytical Center Oleg Logvinov believes that Russia is capable of taking the world’s production of mechanical parts upon itself. He spoke about technologies, which are bound to save industries, and Russia’s potential place in the global production process at the CIRP 2020 conference.
Artificial intelligence is main driver of healthcare digitalization

Artificial intelligence is main driver of healthcare digitalization

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented demand for digital healthcare technologies and demonstrated the need for further development of the MedTech market. Ways of stimulating AI startups in the healthcare sphere as the main drivers of digital transformation were discussed at a video conference organized by the Analytical Center.
Sustainable development goals included in Russia’s domestic policy

Sustainable development goals included in Russia’s domestic policy

Russia set the sustainable development objective long before the UN approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in 2015. Deputy head of the Analytical Center Tatiana Radchenko and head of the Analytical Center’s Department for Foreign Economic Activity Ksenia Bannikova revealed how Russia’s national goals overlap with the Sustainable Development Goals (SGDs) in an op-ed published by Rossiyskaya Gazeta.