The Russian government approved the list of documents and information already available to the public authorities that officials are now forbidden to demand from citizens in the provision of public services. The corresponding decree signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers on 7 November.
The list includes 85 titles of documents and information that are 25 Federal bodies of Executive power. Now the bodies providing the state and municipal services, needs to obtain such documents and information as part of interagency cooperation, the document says.
As planned, this will allow to unify the interdepartmental information interaction of Executive bodies of state power of RF subjects and local authorities with Federal Executive authorities to speed up the provision of information on inter-Agency requests, and to improve the quality of public and municipal services.
Among other things this list includes information about presence/absence at the citizen of a criminal record, being wanted, the facts of the criminal prosecution or the termination, deprivation of the right of management of vehicles and violations of traffic rules, offered the interior Ministry. Also within the scope of this Ministry includes information about the registration of a foreign citizen or the person without citizenship at the place of stay, to grant or extend the residence permit for a foreigner on temporary residence permit to a foreigner, say “Vedomosti”.
Also included in the list of information on the issued license to conduct educational activities, the presence/absence of tax debts, information from the register and from the Unified state register of individual businessmen, military service at the call and transfer a soldier to another military unit, certificate of death, unreasonably repressed persons, information about the amount of pension received and other benefits considered when calculating total family income (living alone citizen), information about the total length of service, issued by FSB of the Russian Federation concerning current or former employees.