The Council consists of 7 business and industrial associations of Sevastopol city, members of the Legislative Assembly of Sevastopol city and executive authorities of Sevastopol city.
The main instrument for Sevastopol business entities for discussion and solution of problems as well as for removal of administrative burdens.
It requires introduction of 15 provisions aimed at effective communication between business and public authorities in the region.
The experts from Autonomous Non-profit Association “Agency of Strategic Initiatives” in Sevastopol consisting of the representatives of Sevastopol business control the introduction.
The target models include packages of measures approved by the Government of the Russian Federation in 2017, which should be implemented in the regions for the purpose as follows:
- reduction of terms of connection to the networks of electricity, gas, water and heat supply,
- improvement of control and supervision activities,
- expansion of support for small and medium-sized business entities,
- reduction of terms required for cadastral registration and registration of title to land plots and objects,
- reduction of terms required for receipt of construction permits,
- formation of regional investment legislation,
- provision of feedback channels of investors and executives of the region,
- increase of the effectiveness of activities of specialized organizations aimed at work with investors.
Total amount of measures to be implemented in Sevastopol in 2017 — 343. Sevastopol public agencies involved — 25, organizations involved — 11.
The representatives of Sevastopol business and federal ministries control the quality and terms of measure implementation
It requires from public authorities to take actions aimed at promotion of competition at 11 socially important markets and 2 top-priority markets (tourism market and winemaking market including author’s winemaking) as well as to implement some system measures for competition promotion.It requires from public authorities to take actions aimed at promotion of competition at 11 socially important markets and 2 top-priority markets (tourism market and winemaking market including author’s winemaking) as well as to implement some system measures for competition promotion.
The Standard also stipulates the annual monitoring of consumers and entrepreneurs with regard to the issues of competition development and administrative burdens.
16 public agencies are involved in Standard implementation.