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Normalization of Public Procurement as a Method to Improve the Efficiency of Budgetary Expenditures

Student: Liubov Sharashkina

Supervisor: Natalia Maslova

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 10

Year of Graduation: 2016

Institute of the Normalization of Public Procurement in the Russian Federation aimed at solving the most important problems such as the reduction of unjustified budget spending and increase the transparency of decisions relating to procurement. Problems and peculiarities of this institution are not widely understood due to its recent introduction. The purpose of this work was carrying out a comprehensive analysis of the normalization of public procurement and promotion of the recommendations based on its results aimed at the improvement of this institute. The normalization of the pieces of furniture in the acts of the federal executive bodies is considered within the empirical part of this work for an assessment how realistic to achieve its tasks using acts which are developed and approved today.

Full text (added May 20, 2016)

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