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Publications of Kabytov Pavel Petrovich
Administrative and municipal law, 2018-7
Kabytov P.P. - Administrative Status of Contract System Participants in the Field of the Procurement of Goods, Works, and Services for State and Municipal Needs pp. 26-36


Abstract: The subject of this research is the administrative status of state authorities and local government as well as other actors that are granted public competences as contract system participants. Based on the analysis of the contract system law and definitions of 'administrative status of public authority' offered by the administrative law doctrine, Kabytov provides a description of the administrative status of contract system participants. The author of the article pays special attention to the legal consolidation of the administrative status of contract system participants. The methodological basis of the research involves general scientific methods (formal logic, structured systems approach) and special scientific methods (formal law analysis, dogmatic analysis, interpretation of law). The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author carries out a complex analysis of the administrative status of contract system participants and gives recommendations on how to improve the current contract system law. The results of the research are of great practical importance and can be used in the policy-making process of the Russian Federation. As a conclusion, the author describes the main areas of the contract system legislation that should be improved, as well as a set of legal measures that are needed to be undertaken in order to improve them. This includes: 1. legitimization of grounds for reauthorization of control competences in the field of procurements between local government and state authorities of the Russian Federation; 2. improvement of the current law applicable to procurements through distribution of competences and consolidation of regulatory acts; and 3. establishment of formalized requirements and criteria for centralisation of procurements, and its efficiency evaluation system. 
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