Manager of the President to classify a subscription to the press for the Kremlin

The administration allocated slightly more than 18.3 million rubles. for the supply of printed materials for the administration of the President and the government, from the data “SPARK-Marketing”. Some of these contracts are yet to be published on the public procurement portal, information about them is contained only in the plan of the Department. Published documentation only on one auction — “for subscription and delivery of periodicals in 2017,” for the office of the Kremlin 6.6 million rubles.

The Manager announces a contest every year, but in November 2015, the structure indicated the names of all officials, and the names residences, archives and libraries for which you want printed. Now the names and titles hidden for ordinal numbers, a total of 81. The Manager did not answer the query , why not the tender documentation contained the names of civil servants.

“In itself [the classification of information about the ultimate recipients in the Kremlin of those or other media] is not a global event, — the observer “the New newspaper” Leonid Nikitinskiy. — However, it fits in the General tendency to classify everything, starting with the fact that eating officials, and ending with the fact that they read”.

In total, the tender documentation listed 214 items press (in 2015, they were 222). Set editions is virtually unchanged for several years.

Most subscribe to “Kommersant” — 58 copies of daily Newspapers and 55 Saturday. Then there are the “Komsomolskaya Pravda”, “Moskovsky Komsomolets”, Izvestia, Vedomosti and Novaya Gazeta. Newspaper 14 — the Manager ordered 18 copies. The most readable magazine “Kommersant Vlast” — 33 subscription.

The electronic version of “sheets” signed by only one official. Another man asked to pay for access to content (now title is called Republic).

Ate to assume that, like last year, in the first column of the publication of Vladimir Putin, which he delivered to the Kremlin, the press list has changed only one position: the head of state ceased to order the magazine “Profile”. Still in his waiting room bring the newspaper “Kommersant”, “Vedomosti”, “Izvestia”, “Komsomolskaya Pravda”, MK, “Novaya Gazeta”, “Sport-Express”, “Around the world”, The New Times, etc. — only 22 copies.

The list of publications is usually a press-service, which comes from their own ideas about what Newspapers and magazines need to monitor, explained earlier in conversation with former Director of information and analytical Department of the effective policy Foundation, the founder of the project BesTToday Marina Litvinovich. These publications rarely reach senior officials: they receive information and reports compiled by the press secretaries, including on the basis of media.