All-Russia People's Front creates Internet project to control state procurement - newspaper

The All-Russia People's Front plans to launch a new Internet project to control state procurement by autumn, Vedomosti newspaper reported on Monday

The All-Russia People's Front plans to launch a new Internet project to control state procurement by autumn, Vedomosti newspaper reported on Monday.

"According to the presentation of the project, public and expert councils will be formed," the newspaper reported citing the document.

The public council will discuss the results of analysis and the practicality of purchases and will be comprised of reporters, bloggers and public figures, the newspaper reported.

The expert council, which will include lawyers, customers and scientists from the Higher School of Economy and Chamber of Commerce and Industry, will analyze legal precedents and draft amendments to the law.

There will also be expert groups on certain procurement spheres, the newspaper reported citing the project curator and co-chairman of the All-Russia People's Front headquarters and Delovaya Rossiya, Alexander Galushka.

The project is expected to work similar to the existing projects of Delovaya Rossiya, Periscope and Roskartel, and will allow for automatic searches for violations on the website of state procurement, the newspaper reported.

The appeal will go to the customer and if the customer does not rectify discrepancies, it will be automatically sent to the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service and if the Anti-Monopoly Service does not respond in a month, then the All Russia People's Front will help bring the case to the prosecutor's office, Vedomosti reported.

The project will be available to social network users, the newspaper reported.

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