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Methodology for calculating the values of indicators characterizing the achievement of the key goals of the socio-economic development of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation and federal districts, and assessing the impact of the implementation of projects of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation on them
The government is introducing a unified methodology for calculating indicators that characterize the achievement by regions of the key goals of socio-economic development. It will be used for operational monitoring of the development dynamics of the regions by the vice-premiers authorized to supervise the federal districts.
The key goals of the socio-economic development of the regions, which should guide the work of the Deputy Prime Ministers appointed responsible for the development of federal districts, were determined in July 2021. In accordance with them, curators should pay special attention to the growth of incomes of the population and the number of jobs in the entrusted territories, as well as take care of increasing the volume of investments and the production of goods and services in basic types of economic activity.
The unified methodology provides for the procedure for calculating the actual and forecast values of indicators characterizing the achievement of key goals in each of these areas, as well as the procedure for calculating the assessment of the impact on the achievement of key goals of regional projects selected with the participation of the heads of subjects and curators from among the Deputy Prime Ministers.
“362 projects have already been selected in all federal districts. Their implementation, according to preliminary estimates, will allow by 2024 to increase the volume of private investment by more than 11.5 trillion rubles, to create over 250 thousand new jobs,” Mikhail Mishustin said at a meeting with Deputy Prime Ministers on February 14.
The President gave the instruction to assign supervision over the federal districts to the vice-premiers. In July 2021, Mikhail Mishustin officially distributed new responsibilities among his deputies.
Victoria Abramchenko became responsible for the Siberian Federal District, Yuri Borisov – for the Urals Federal District, Tatyana Golikova – for the North-Western Federal District. Dmitry Grigorenko is in charge of the Central Federal District, Alexander Novak is in charge of the North Caucasian Federal District, Yuri Trutnev is in charge of the Far Eastern Federal District and the Arctic, Marat Khusnullin is in charge of the Southern Federal District. Dmitry Chernyshenko is in charge of the Volga Federal District.
Decisions on the appointment of those responsible were made taking into account the professional experience, knowledge and range of tasks performed by vice-premiers in the Government.
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