MOSCOW, December 8. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev will meet with activists of the Russian popular front (onf), reported the press service of the government of the Russian Federation.
The Frente will inform the head of the government “on its latest initiatives in the field of energy efficiency, road safety, the standardization of the procurement authorities and state-owned companies”, noted in a press – service of the government.
This is the first meeting Medvedev meets with activists of the Russian popular front.
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At the end of November the number of onf initiatives in the areas of control over public procurement, road safety and other topics were discussed at the meeting of the asset Front with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
As the head of the project “For fair procurement” Anton Guetta, these same issues, “including the fight against corruption, wasteful and ineffective government spending”, will be raised in Tuesday meeting with the Prime Minister, which will be held “on behalf of the President of the Russian Federation”.
“All of the topic – the systemic issues that affect the entire sector of public procurement. This is rationing of expenses of officials on the implementation of performance management, implementation of FTP (Federal target program) for the protection of lake Baikal, quality control, implementation of road reconstruction works, the use of standard designs in the construction of the infrastructure, problems of development of special economic zones and a number of other issues,” said Guetta.
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In a press-service of the government reported that in the meeting will participate Deputy Prime Minister – head of the Cabinet Sergei Prikhodko, first Deputy head of the presidential Administration Vyacheslav Volodin, the Minister of economic development Alexey Ulyukaev, the Minister for Open government Mikhail Abyzov and co-Chairman of the Central headquarters of the popular front Alexander Brechalov.
The Russian popular front was created in 2011 on the initiative of Putin holding then a post of the head of the government. In 2013, the popular front was transformed into a social movement. In the same year launched the anti-corruption project “For fair procurement”, in which experts onf carry out public control in the sphere of public procurement.
Regional offices of the movement operate in all regions of the Russian Federation.
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