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They will start saving on government purchases in the Khabarovsk Territory

They will start saving on government purchases in the Khabarovsk Territory
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The budget of the Khabarovsk Territory for 2021 will be in short supply. The same prospect awaits the treasury for the next two years. In this regard, the regional authorities intend to take a course towards economy, it will also affect the sphere of public procurement.

Now the government continues to work Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission... As Acting Governor Mikhail Degtyarev said at a press conference, following the results of the commission's work, he will receive many interesting materials on this matter.

Now he is ready to cut spending on public procurement. He promises to use the released money for repairs, roads, and the purchase of equipment. According to Degtyarev's calculations, spending can be reduced by 10-15%.

In 2021, regional authorities will save mainly on the management staff - costs will be reduced by 5%. They will also spend less on bosses.

“In medicine, we will direct the release of funds from the administrative apparatus to the doctors themselves. This is not optimization, but common sense: fewer bosses, more doctors. Let's look at the education system, there are also many bosses, ”said the acting governor.

Former Governor Sergei Furgal took a course towards saving on public procurement in the government of the Khabarovsk Territory. In October 2018, he asked check all potentially scandalous positions: banquets and meals, renovation of apartments and premises, purchase of new cars.

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