Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
A unified standard procurement regulation can improve the efficiency of this procedure, ensure its transparency and have positive influence on development of fair competition. At the same time, introduction of the unified standard procurement regulation (USPR) can increase a company’s expenditures. Experts discussed practicability of introduction of a unified standard procurement regulation in a panel discussion organized by the Analytical Center.
“The digital analytical tools that we are implementing at present will allow us to evaluate the quality of the work of control bodies and determine the reasons of non-fulfillment of the mandatory requirements. In the future, such information will help to improve the state control system more effectively,” head of the Analytical Center’s group for implementing the pre-trial appeal project Konstantin Tsvetov said at the IX All-Russian Forum of Regional Informatization “PROF-IT.2021”.
Digital technologies have been improving many processes in the public and corporate sectors yet processes have yet to be automated in a number of areas, such as handwriting recognition. Participants in a roundtable organized by the Analytical Center have discussed the areas where digital analysis of text data could be done and what technologies are available.
Deputy head of the Analytical Center Anastasia Permyakova has spoken about the development of the client-centric approach in the public sector at the 32nd IPMA World Congress.
Analytical Center head Konstantin Kalinin has taken part in the forum opening ceremony, a meeting of the Tatarstan government, and the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Russian Federation of Cyber Sport and ANO Kazan Expo together with Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov and Russian Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Maksut Shadayev.