Over 5.5 thousand e-documents issued online YTD


12 out of 14 state services related to construction are provided online in Moscow, said the Head of Information and Analytical Office of the Department of urban planning policy Andrey Kurilov.

“In 2011, the Mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin set the major task on reduction of administrative barriers and transfer of state services in construction industry to electronic format. The core work in this area has begun in 2013,” said Andrey Kurilov.

According to him, this year two more services planned to be made available via the Internet.

“On the whole, since the beginning of 2016 developers have obtained more than 5.5 thousand of documents in electronic form,” added Andrey Kurilov.

He noted the positive momentum in submitting applications for state services. Though in 2013 only 20% of state services were provided in electronic format, today this figure amounts to 80%.

Terms for provision of these services are strictly regulated. The main advantage for applicants is convenience of using these services.

Applications for state services are processed via the information system. Applications can be submitted from around the world at any time through a personal account of developer on the Moscow state services portal. On the portal of state services, an applicant can track the progress of consideration of his request. Submitting the documents you need only to specify the requisites. Necessary documents are collected using electronic interagency cooperation.

Documents held by the Construction Complex and the government of Moscow, are obtained in 4 hours, while the routine period established by the Federal Law#210 amounts to 5 days. A state agency starts providing a state service only upon receiving all the necessary documents.

“We have already established cooperation with Rosreestr (Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography -ed.), and we hope that in the nearest future the terms will be reduced to 2 days,” stressed Andrey Kurilov.

He explained that the electronic interaction scheme significantly reduces the time input of experts, and it will help to significantly reduce the terms of performing examination.

To date, the only factor that hinders the active implementation of e-services is the lack of a regulatory framework, which is now being actively developed.


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