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Collection of papers

IX All-Russian practical conference-seminar “State and Municipal Procurement - 2014”

(October 30 - 31, 2014, Moscow)

Collection of papers IX All-russian practical conference-seminar «State and municipal procurement - 2014» - Moscow, Jurisprudence PH, 2014. - 512 p. ISBN  978-5-9516-0698-3


    
The collection contains papers, research and methodical materials of the IX AllRussian practical conference-seminar «State and municipal procurement – 2014», organized by the Public Procurement Institute in Moscow on October 30–31, 2014.

The Conference is dedicated to the practical enforcement of the Federal law dated 05.04.2013 № 44-FZ «On the contract system in state and municipal procurement of goods, works and services».

The edition is addressed primarily to practitioners. Also, without a doubt, the reports will be interesting for scientists, teachers, postgraduates, and students who are interested in issues of the conference.

Reports of the federal, regional and municipal government agencies
  1. Conformance of the contract system participants to the established requirements: control and audit issues. Natalya Abramova, Head of the Government order department, Amur oblast.
  2. Controversial interpretation of the contract system legislation as a reason of inconsistent law application (example of Republic Ingushetia). Anzor Aushev, Head of the Public procurement department, Ingushetia Ministry of Finance.
  3. Financial control over municipal procurement, its issues, and ways of resolution. Example of Vladivostok municipality. Olga Bormotova, Head of the Competition policy and procurement department, Vladivostok).
  4. First results of procurement centralization: joint bids and contract system in Tula oblast.  Olga Gremyakova, Deputy minister, Head of the Procurement system regulation department, Tula oblast Ministry of Finance.
  5. Contract system as the procurement tool for innovative products. Andrey Danz, Head of the Public procurement department of Yaroslavl oblast, Dmitry Malkov, Deputy head of the Public procurement department of Yaroslavl oblast.
  6. Key performance indicators in public procurement: development of a successful model. Maria Denisenko, Deputy head of the Economics and finance department, Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communication of the Russian Federation.
  7. Issues of preferences for the agencies employing disabled citizens and the state disciplinary system entities in purchases regulated by the Federal Law No. 44-FZ. Elena Ignatenkova, Head of the Procurement department, Deputy of Chairman of the Public property and procurement government committee, Karelia Republic.
  8. First results of procurement centralization. A pilot project in Novosibirsk oblast. Andrey Litvinov, Director of “Contract management department” public agency, Novosibirsk oblast.
  9. Regional specifics of the contract system legislation application in Kirov oblast. Elena Maltseva, Head of the Public procurement department, Kirov oblast.
  10. Issues of application of the Federal Law No. 44-FZ by an agency authorized to define suppliers for public clients. Anastasia Mironova, acting Deputy head of Orenburg oblast Ministry of Economic Development, Industrial Policy and Trade.
  11. First results of the contract system application in Bashkortostan republic: issues and ways of their resolution. Sergey Novikov, PhD, Head of Bashkortostan public order committee.
  12. Organization of joint tenders in Nizhegorod oblast: issues and ways of their resolution. Igor Norenkov, Head of the Procurement contract system regulation department, Nizhegorod oblast.
  13. Register of bank guarantees: reasons for its development and first results. Stanislav Prokofiev, PhD, Professor, member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Deputy head of Federal Treasury; Mikhail Gorbuntsov, Head of Web portal administration department, Trans-regional operations department, Federal Treasury.
  14. Policies and procedures of a contract department. Alexander Stroganov, Head of the Contract department, Federal Treasury.
  15. Approval of single sourcing by a supervisory agency. Diana Stroganova, Lead consultant, the Complaints investigation department of the Department of public procurement control, Federal Antimonopoly Service.
  16. Contract system set-up, Kemerovo oblast. Lyudmila Tyumentseva, Head of the Contract system department, Kemerovo oblast.

  17. Reports of The Public Procurement Institute

  18. Professional development of procurement specialists. Contract departments’ development trends. Training in procurement. Olga Vorobyova, Deputy director of the Institute.
  19. Bid evaluation issues in electronic auctions. Alexander Evstashenkov, Deputy head of the Expertise and consulting centre.
  20. Contract review and reporting.  Alexander Evstashenkov, Deputy head of the Expertise and consulting centre.
  21. Application of “cost of operation” criteria. Anna Ermakova, J.D., Counselor to the Director.
  22. Use of trademarks and other ways of goods' identification in the purchasing documentation. Anna Ermakova, J.D., Counselor to the Director.
  23. Electronic procedures of supplier selection: proposed changes to the contract system legislation. Pavel Kornilov, Counselor to the Director.
  24. Complicated aspects of Requests for proposal under Federal Law No. 44-FZ. Valentina Kosheleva, Head of the Expertise and consulting centre.
  25. Purchases from small entities and non-profit organizations in accordance with the Federal Law No. 44-FZ. Olga Lisovenko, Lead lawyer, Expertise and consulting centre.
  26. Specifics of procurement in the cultural sphere: bids with restricted number of participants and closed tenders. Olga Lisovenko, Lead lawyer, Expertise and consulting centre.
  27. Request for proposal: common practice and typical mistakes. Tatiana Pesegova, Lead economist, Expertise and consulting centre.
  28. Practical issues of calculations and justification of the starting (maximum) contract price. Tatiana Pesegova, Lead economist, Expertise and consulting centre.
  29. Application of new civil law norms on legal entities within the purchases regulated by the Federal Law No. 44-FZ. Irina Surgutskova, Lead lawyer, Expertise and consulting centre.
  30. Non-monetary bid evaluation criteria in tenders and Requests for proposal. Irina Surgutskova, Lead lawyer, Expertise and consulting centre.
  31. Special categories of public clients (parts 4-6, article 15 of the Federal Law No. 44-FZ). Alexey Fedorov, Lead lawyer, Expertise and consulting centre.
  32. Register of bad faith suppliers: loopholes in the legislation. Alexey Fedorov, Lead lawyer, Expertise and consulting centre.
  33. Professional certification in procurement. Andrey Khramkin, PhD, Director of the Institute.
  34. Ban to purchase imported automobiles and consumer goods: application of the Government Decrees No. 656 dated July 14, 2014, and No. 791 dated August 11, 2014. Yulia Shavylina, Deputy head of Expertise and consulting centre.
  35. Overview of the approaches to procurement centralization in the subjects of the Russian Federation. Yulia Shavylina, Deputy head of Expertise and consulting centre.
  36. Specifics of procurement of vital and essential medicines. Yulia Shavylina, Deputy head of Expertise and consulting centre.

  37. Reports of the research, consulting and independent expert public procurement organizations

  38. Procurement of construction services and requirements to participants. Pavel Albitsky, Head of the Tenders department of “Goskapital”.
  39. Electronic bids and auctions: the road to e-purchases. Vitaly Bayrashev, Electronic auctions expert, ZAO SUPR.
  40. Competition development within the Federal Law No. 44-FZ framework. Alexander Gladkov, Head of section of the Macroeconomic research institute, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Nikolay Nesterovich, PhD, Professor, Chief scientific expert of the Macroeconomic research institute.
  41. Improvements in purchasing effectiveness and efficiency. Example of Kuzbass State Technical University. Larisa Efremova, Head of the Contract department, Kuzbass State Technical University.
  42. Purchasing efficiency and effectiveness: influence of the existing calculation methods and justification of the starting (maximum) contract price.  Kirill Kuznetsov, Head of Effective purchasing center “Tendery.ru”.
  43. Main issues in organizing, planning and conducting purchasing procedures for public corporations in case of their transfer to the contract system (Federal Law No. 44-FZ). Oleg Parshin, PhD in Technical Sciences, General director, OOO “CO Rustender”, Dmitry Gershteyn, Business-analyst of the Procurement administration department, OOO “CO Rustender”, Maxim Lazarev, Lead expert, OOO “CO Rustender”.
  44. Market analysis and tariff method in the starting (maximum) price definition of the vital and essential medicines. Konstantin Perov, PhD, Chief scientific expert of the Macroeconomic research institute, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. 
  45. On the exclusions from the Federal Law No. 44-FZ application practice: relationship of public entities with experts and professional translators as participants of procedural relations. Evgeny Svininykh, J.D., Docent, Lead scientific expert of the Research center of the Russian legislation issues “Ekvitas”.
  46. Continuing changes of procurement related laws as a result of their imperfection. Vladimir Smirnov, PhD, Professor, Acting head of the Macroeconomic research institute, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.
  47. Approaches to rationing in the procurement sphere. Sergey Khabayev, Lead research expert of the Budgetary politics center, “Research financial institute”, Pavel Kradinov, Chief research expert of the Center of advanced financial planning, macroeconomic analysis and financial statistics, “Research financial institute”.
  48. Competitive advantages: loyalty to principles and understanding of restrictions.  Roman Khrushchev, PhD, Lead expert of the Macroeconomic research institute, Ministry of Economic development of the Russian Federation.
  49. Legal nature of the register of bad-faith suppliers. Dmitry Chvanenko, Head of the Legal department, “Russky proekt’.