Posted 8 апреля 2022,, 16:43

Published 8 апреля 2022,, 16:43

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Contrary to sanctions: the Federal Treasury introduced new rules for public procurement

Contrary to sanctions: the Federal Treasury introduced new rules for public procurement

8 апреля 2022, 16:43
Today, at the State Order - 2022 forum, the Federal Treasury presented new rules for public procurement and the selection of suppliers under sanctions. Paper documents will no longer be quoted, an anti-rating of suppliers and strict control over the expenditure of budget money are being introduced.

Maya Pakulova

Paper carriers are not needed. Now acts, invoices and other documents will be digital. There will be no more scanned papers in the procurement documents. Those. it will be impossible to sign the act retroactively or make fake invoices. It is this reporting area that has been in the shadows for a long time, and the digital form will make it possible to bring reporting out of the shadows.

All budget payments will be made automatically on the GIS UIS platform. This will significantly reduce the time it takes to pay for government orders, protect against sanctions risks, and provide leverage to control budget money.

Risk-monitoring - a new monitoring service will compile suppliers' anti-ratings. The anti-rating will take into account complaints, delays in deadlines, refusals of deliveries and other violations. The system has already been launched since April 1, and is available to all regulatory authorities - the Federal Antimonopoly Service, the prosecutor's office, law enforcement agencies.

The public procurement system is subject to constant cyberattacks, but it survives. The highest security class of the system is K1. In case of danger, the entire system can be switched to the “Geo-reserve” mode within 2 hours. It is possible that the state order system will be completely transferred to a closed mode, with access only in the “ru” zone.

The sanctions have created new problems and dangers that have yet to be dealt with.

The share of Russian goods in purchases under 223-FZ (purchased by state-owned companies, monopolies, resource companies) is 83%, and under 44-FZ (purchased by municipalities, funds, municipal unitary enterprises) is only 61%. The sectors most not replaced by domestic goods are medicine and electronics.

A hunt has been announced for suppliers who pass off foreign goods and services as Russian ones. A system will be developed to confirm the origin of CCI, which are declared by the supplier.

If earlier the goods of foreign suppliers were an order of magnitude higher in terms of characteristics, then with the departure of competitors, Russian manufacturers may not rest on quality.