The project of the unified register of innovative products introduced in the state Duma

The project of the unified register of innovative products introduced in the state Duma


The document establishes criteria for classification of goods, works or services to innovative and high-tech products. The establishment of a register will make it easier for customers to resolve some of the issues associated with such products.

MOSCOW, 29 Oct. The bill, which provides for the establishment of the unified register of innovative and high-tech products, submitted to the Duma of the Tyumen regional Duma. Relevant information is available in the electronic database of the lower house of Parliament.

“The establishment of a unified register of innovative products, high-tech products will simplify for customers the resolution of questions about the assignment of products to innovative, high-tech,” explains regional legislators.

The bill establishes criteria for the classification of goods (works, services) to innovative and high-tech products for the purposes of compiling the register of such products. As the government is empowered to establish procedures for the creation and maintenance of a register.

Procurement for state and municipal needs of goods (works, services), included in the list of innovative and high-tech products, will be implemented by the customer through tendering with limited participation or two-stage competition. In case such procurement contract shall contain provisions on the provision of guarantee for up to five years and the obligation of the supplier (contractor, executor) to compensate the damage. It “will allow to raise degree of responsibility and, as a result, will affect the quality of supplied goods, performed work, rendered services”, say the authors of the legislative initiative.

Appropriate changes to the laws “On the contract system in procurement of goods, works, services for state and municipal needs” and “On procurement of goods, works, services by separate types of legal entities”. These changes were aimed “at improving the efficiency of budget expenditures and an increase in the volume of purchases of innovative products, high-tech products,” reads the explanatory note to the bill.