Business programme

Control Legislation as a Driver of Economic Growth

Congress Centre, Justice Quarter. Conference hall E12
Effective Law for an Effective State
A new law on state control was adopted in 2020, and a companion law to it was passed in 2021. More than 200 resolutions of the Russian government, 400 decrees of the federal authorities, 2,500 acts at the regional level, and 25,000 municipal acts have been adopted to implement the laws. One could argue that Russia has created a progressive practice of regulation in areas of risk-based approach, working with business by preventing violations, and working with data in monitoring activities, which is more advanced than the vast majority of countries around the world. How should legislation on control evolve in the near future to implement the next phase of control reform? Which provisions require specific adjustments, and which ones need to be systematically revised?


Andrey Spiridonov
Deputy Director, Regulatory Policy Support Department, Government of the Russian Federation


Vladimir Gruzdev
Chairman of the Board, Association of Lawyers of Russia
Viktor Gulin
Deputy Head, Federal Service for Supervision of Transport
Evgeny Danchikov
Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Main Control Department of the City of Moscow
Svetlana Orlova
Auditor of Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
Mikhail Romanov
First Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on the Control
Anatoly Suprunovsky
Deputy Minister for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters of the Russian Federation - Chief State Inspector of the Russian Federation for Fire Supervision
Vyacheslav Timchenko
Chairman of the Committee of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on the regulations and organization of parliamentary activities
Alexey Khersontsev
State Secretary – Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation