The goal of the reform of control and oversight activities was to increase safety and eliminate excessive administrative burdens on business entities. Several federal laws have already been adopted, new normative regulation for each sphere of public relations has been developed and agreed upon, normative legal acts have been revised, and the number of mandatory requirements has been reduced by 33%.
The discussion will focus on the reform of control and oversight activities progress, the results of implementing the Regulatory Guillotine mechanism in 2019-2020, and further plans for the reform implementation.
We will examine the new legal and organizational basis for establishing and assessing the application of obligatory requirements under the Federal Law № 247-FZ of 31 July 2020 on Obligatory Requirements in the Russian Federation and the new system of state control (oversight) in the Russian Federation (Federal Law № 248-FZ of 31 July 2020), as well as the new legal regulation of relations in the field of administrative responsibility.
Marina Bludyan, First Vice President of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA RUSSIA, Chairman of the Board of Directors of NGO Fenix LLC, Public Ombudsman for the Protection of Entrepreneurs` Rights under Special Tax Regimes
Evgeny Danchikov, Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Main Control Directorate of the city of Moscow
Sergey Kolesnikov, Co-owner and Managing Partner of Technonicol Corporation, Public Ombudsman for the Protection of the Entrepreneurs` Rights on Antimonopoly Legislation
Aleksandr Vdovin, Director of the Department for Government Policy in Licensing, Control and Supervision, Accreditation and Self-Regulation of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation