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Yakutia took seventh place in the ranking of transparency of public procurement

Yakutia took seventh place in the ranking of transparency of public procurement

Russia has published the “National Procurement Transparency Rating”. Federal structures, regions and municipal districts were divided according to the degree of transparency of bidding. The subjects of the Far East were among the leaders and among the outsiders of the list.

According to a document published on project site, in seventh place was Yakutia. The degree of transparency in procurement in the republic was called guaranteed; it scored 5887 points. Sakhalin was ranked 14th with a high degree of transparency and 5738 points.

Kamchatka took 27th place and received a high degree with 5395 points. Magadan region is on the 42nd place, it has an average degree of bidding transparency and 5038 points. Irkutsk region was slightly behind her with 4953 points and 46th place in the ranking. Amur Oblast is in the middle transparency category, has 4889 points and 49th place.

Primorsky Krai and the JAO have 4821 and 4668 points and are in 51 and 54 places respectively. Transbaikalia, which received 4663 points, and took 55th place, belongs to the middle degree, but the Khabarovsk Territory is already on the 57th line, the degree of procurement transparency here is estimated as basic. The list of outsiders includes Chukotka and Buryatia with a low degree of transparency of 3281 and 3125 points and 79 and 82 places in the ranking of regions.

In the competition of municipalities, the places were distributed differently. Vladivostok came first with a guaranteed degree of procurement transparency, Khabarovsk came in third, and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk took sixth place. Experts assigned Yakutsk a high degree, it is in 17th place, Irkutsk, it is in 29th place. Chita has an average degree of transparency, it is in 47th place, Ussuriysk in 50th place, Ulan-Ude in 55th place.

Blagoveshchensk has a basic degree of transparency and 63rd place, Magadan - 65th. Birobidzhan has a low degree of transparency, he is in 81 place, Anadyr in 83 place. As for the federal structures, the Ministry of Development of the Far East and the Arctic has a high degree of transparency and 25th place among other departments.

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