Tatarstan civil servants will be trained in antimonopoly risks control and management

19 October 2020, Monday

FAS Russia will train Tatarstan state and municipal employees in antimonopoly risks control and management. The educational program for advanced training “The practice of introducing antimonopoly compliance and application of antimonopoly legislation by state authorities and local self-government” will be held on October 20-21, 2020 on the basis of the Training and Methodological Center of the FAS Russia.

The purpose of the educational program is to reduce the number of violations of antimonopoly legislation, ensure transparency in the work of regional authorities, as well as create incentives to protect small and medium-sized businesses and eliminate administrative barriers.

The event will be opened by Minister of Economy of the Republic of Tatarstan Midkhat Shagiakhmetov and Head of the Department of Civil Service and Personnel under the President of the Republic of Tatarstan Aleksandr Belov. The main speaker invited at the event will be the Head of the Legal Department of the FAS Russia Artem Molchanov.

Within the framework of the training program, it is planned to highlight the pressing issues related to the preparation of the annual Report on Antimonopoly Compliance by state and local authorities in the FAS Russia.

The civil servants who have completed the course will master methods of assessing antimonopoly risks, as well as risks of violating antimonopoly requirements, uncover the potential for introducing antimonopoly compliance, and also learn how to evaluate the effectiveness of the compliance system and generate reports on its implementation.

For reference: The program developers include the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service in the Republic of Tatarstan and the Training and Methodological Center of the FAS Russia. The training is offered in order to minimize violations of antimonopoly legislation in the executive bodies of state power and local government bodies of the republic.

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