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The share of small and medium-sized businesses in state purchases of Yakutia will be increased to 3,9 billion rubles

In Yakutia, they intend to increase the share of small and medium-sized businesses in procurement for state needs. In 2014, this figure should make 3,9 billion rubles or 18% of the total volume of purchases, reports the IA YSIA with reference to the head of the republican state order Alexander Popov.

The head of the department noted a number of innovations related to the introduction of a new procurement system for state and municipal needs. In accordance with the Federal Law No. 44 "On the Contract System", the regional authorities must ensure the share of small business up to 15%. In addition, the volume of purchases increased from 5 to 20 million rubles. At the same time, the amount of the fine for officials who do not comply with the requirements of the law has been increased to 50 thousand rubles.

In 2013, goods and services for 3 billion rubles were purchased from small businesses for state and municipal needs, which accounted for only 4,5% of the total purchases.

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