From July 1, a unified register of types of control (supervision) will appear in Russia, the press service of the government reports.
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree on the procedure for the formation and maintenance of the register, which is being created as part of the reform of control and supervisory activities.
It is noted that all types of control at the federal, regional and municipal levels will be included in the register. It will form a set of data that are used by various information systems.
“As a result, the entire set of data on control in the country will become uniform,” the statement said.
In addition, the use of the registry will help prevent technical errors and violations associated with the introduction of information.
In July last year, President Vladimir Putin signed a series of laws on the reform of control and supervisory activities in Russia (the “regulatory guillotine”). One of the laws provides for a complete revision of the mandatory requirements for a business.