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From January 1, the Government Project Office, as part of monitoring the implementation of national projects, is launching a pilot experiment on working with risks.

The mechanisms for identifying the risks of the implementation of national projects were worked out throughout 2021.

One of the results of work in this direction was the approval of temporary guidelines for risk management of the implementation of national and federal projects, as well as temporary regulations for participants in project activities for risk management of national and federal projects, which were developed jointly with the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.

These guidelines and regulations provide for the phased implementation of their provisions as part of a pilot risk management project. The experiment will run until March 31, 2022.

This will allow to test in practice the tools and methods of working with risks, to organize the process of interaction between project participants and other stakeholders using the functionality of GAS “Management”, other state information systems and information resources.

The implementation of the pilot project will improve the results achieved in 2021 in terms of work with risks.

As of December 15, 2021, 49 results of federal projects that are part of national projects were removed from the risk.

Together with the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, monitoring of the adoption of legal acts necessary for the implementation of national projects was organized.

This work is aimed at ensuring the timely adoption of legal acts of all levels, which are necessary to unblock the limits of budgetary commitments, to finance activities of national projects and to achieve other results within the framework of national projects.

At the end of 2021, 184 acts were actually adopted, of which 2 were federal laws.

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