Only those requirements that are really aimed at eliminating and neutralizing risks affecting the public interest should be the object of verification — Konstantin Chuychenko, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation – Chief of the Government Staff.
We must change the Code of Administrative Offenses, since the effectiveness of a violation supervisory measure calling for responsibility in the amount of RUB 2–3,000 effectively cancels out the supervisory authority's actions in regulation and oversight. In addition to business and the state, which regulate each other here, there are people for whom we work, and we cannot allow damage to their life and health though any actions of our own — Anna Popova, Head, Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing.
We need a transition to a risk-based model of regulation and oversight and a rendering of its economic feasibility, including calculation of the likelihood of adverse consequences. [...] We must clearly see that the regulation and oversight of the state protect only public interests, relating to an unspecified number of citizens, leaving the private protection to the insurance system and the court — Yaroslav Kuzminov, Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics .
The tax service has been applying a risk-oriented approach for many years, and in order to switch to it, risks needed to be inventoried and codified. [...] Thanks to the introduction of this approach, we have been able over the past five years to reduce the number of inspections by three times, and the amount of the additional charges has increased — Dmitriy Grigorenko, Deputy Head, Federal Tax Service (FTS of Russia).
The main reason for carrying out an inspection, both planned and unplanned, should be the triggering of risk indicators, and the entire set of regulation and oversight measures must be linked into a common understandable procedure. This will make it possible to establish clear rules and give the business a guarantee that no one will come to carry out an inspection without sufficient reason for doing so — Savva Shipov, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.