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The Ministry of Forestry of Primorye became one of the leaders in digitalization in the industry
The Ministry of Forestry of the Primorsky Territory has become one of the first departments in Russia, in which the technologies of digitalization of document circulation have been debugged. Since July 1, the submission of forest declarations and reports on the use of forests in Primorye is carried out only in digital format through the regional portal of public services. It took six months to test it.
According to the press service of the regional government, a system of automatic verification of forest declarations and reports on the use of forests is being tested. The system compares the parameters of the declared felling with the requirements established by the forest legislation, and reports on the existing violations.
As the head of the information and analytical department of the regional ministry, Evgeny Chuvasov, said, the plans are to bring this check to the outer contour so that the forest user submitting the forest declaration could see in advance the potential reasons for refusal.
“This will help to bring the declared felling into compliance with the legislation and will significantly reduce the time for checking forest declarations, and in the long term it will be possible to provide these services without human intervention immediately at the time of application,” he added.
Also in the Primorsky Territory there is a digital forest inventory map of the region, where there is all information about the quantity and quality of forests in Primorye. So far, only employees of government agencies can use this system, but after debugging, part of the functionality will become available to everyone. This work is being carried out on behalf of the President of the Russian Federation to reform and decriminalize the forestry industry.