Logo
  Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Sign-In  |  Sign-Up  |  Contact Us  |  Bookmark 

Russian President Vladimir Putin has extended for two years the programme of state service reform
Russian President Vladimir Putin has extended for two years the programme of state service reform. The head of state allowed to spend from the budget up to 96.4 million roubles for these purposes. The corresponding presidential decree is published on the Kremlin official website. Initially the federal programme "State service reform in the Russian Federation" was planned for the period 2003-2005. By the new decree the president has extended its term for two years - 2006-2007. Under the document, it is allowed to spend on the programme up to 96.4 million roubles "within the limit of funds allocated from the federal budget by the presidential business administration department for measures envisaged by the programme and not claimed by the state orderers in 2003-2005." Aside from the state service reform programme Russia has two laws - "On the state service system" and "On the state civil service system." The documents introduce cardinally new notions of the state service as a mechanism of state administration and differentiate the state service as the federal civil, federal military, federal law enforcement and state civil service in constituent entities of the Russian Federation. Thus Russia is carrying out the unification of class ranks, diplomatic ranks and military ranks with the introduction of equivalence among them. These documents are compared in the Kremlin with the Table of Ranks by Peter the Great. The documents in force formulate the principles of the civil servants' work, determine the powers of the state, federal bodies of power and power bodies of the country's regions. They also set the order of settling labour conflicts and disputes and introduce the notion of service contract.
Print Russian President Vladimir Putin has extended for two years the programme of state service reform Bookmark Russian President Vladimir Putin has extended for two years the programme of state service reform

Related News   
NovDecember 2005Jan
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
2829301234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930311
2345678