Posted 18 ноября 2020,, 12:59

Published 18 ноября 2020,, 12:59

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Ministries found "abnormal" spending on information technology

Ministries found "abnormal" spending on information technology

18 ноября 2020, 12:59
The total budget of the two new departments created on the basis of the Ministry of Education and Science - the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Education and Science - amounted to over 1.6 billion rubles, which is 12 times more than the annual expenditures of a single department.

And Rosalkogolregulirovanie last year increased the IT budget from 200 million to 790 million, but spent more.

- The presence of a long-term time series for IT budgets in the context of individual departments allows us to identify anomalies in the profile of IT spending of departments, which, in turn, can serve as an incentive for special studies, the Accounting Chamber notes.

The note of the Accounts Chamber indicates anomalies in the spending of ministries and departments in 2019. This includes the Prosecutor General's Office, whose budget has tripled to 8.5 billion rubles, and almost all of this amount has been spent. Rosgvardia, for example, has also increased the budget - one and a half times, to 4.5 billion rubles. The Ministry of Internal Affairs also "increased" its budget by one and a half times - up to 10 billion rubles.

"On which they spent their almost 10 billion rubles. law enforcement agency, except for the sensational billion-dollar purchases of PCs?", - ask the question in the joint venture.

It is also reported that the Ministry of Economics has written down the creation and operation of the Unified Government Complex in Moscow-City as expenses on IT, where several departments have moved.

There are still questions for the Setnaya Chamber and Rosrezerv, which planned to spend about 240 million rubles on IT technologies in 2018, while the actual expenses for this sector amounted to 711 million rubles.

Let us recall that this year, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has consolidated a new approach to the informatization of departments. The country's authorities have switched to a new system of digital transformation of public administration.