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September 2023 (published: 04.09.2023)
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Control and supervisory bodies in the field of public procurement management
in the Russian Federation
Smirnova I.V., Makarova O.N.
The article discusses the main functions and tasks of control and supervisory bodies in the field of procurement to meet state and municipal needs, such as the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, the Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia, the Federal Property Management Agency, the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, as well as the bodies of control and supervision over the implementation of procurement laws, such as Rosstandart, Rostekhnadzor, the Federal Antimonopoly Service, the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation. The features of the functioning of the bodies of external state financial control and internal state financial control are given. The specificity of departmental financial control as internal control of individual state departments, the object of which is the production and financial reporting of subordinate organizations and institutions, is noted. The purpose of the study is to identify the specifics and functional features of the external and internal state financial control bodies. The result of the study is the systematization of public authorities regulating procurement activities and the identification of problems of their interaction. The considered multi-level and extensive system of state control in the field of public procurement to ensure effective control and prevent violations of procurement legislation requires constant development and improvement, which is impossible without eliminating a number of legal and organizational problems: non-transparency of the procurement process; lack of coordination between the various regulatory authorities; lack of a unified information base in the system of regulatory authorities. The solution to these problems lies in the creation of a single database on the results of the activities of all control bodies in the field of procurement, which will both increase the efficiency of the functioning of state control bodies and ensure the development of public control in the field of state and municipal procurement.
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Keywords: public procurement management, state financial control, control and supervisory bodies.
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