Digital technologies simplify interaction between government agencies and businesses
For the first time, a ban has been imposed on control and supervisory activities without their corresponding registration in the electronic register, which is actually becoming the main mechanism for relations between the controller and the entrepreneur. Digitalization has impacted other issues as well. In the prosecutor’s office [...], a digital platform is widely used to consider appeals from the business community — Igor Krasnov, Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation.
We largely avoided the paralysis of the system of economic disputes due to the urgent introduction of a system of online hearings […] It still remains important even after the lifting of restrictions on the work of courts [...] Business can take part in economic disputes, including with the government, basically from their own office just by having access to the State Services office, any smartphone, or tablet — Boris Boltyanskiy, Editor-in-Chief, Pravo.ru.
The development of digital technologies has a number of positive aspects that create broad opportunities for the government, society, and business — Arthur Davtyan, General Prosecutor of the Republic of Armenia.
The only types of disputes where the number of lawsuits has decreased are disputes with government agencies […] This is a post-pandemic effect […] and a moratorium on business inspections. And it’s the effect of digitalization because many categories of disputes, particularly those concerning taxes, have almost completely moved into the out-of-court settlement stage. Business engages in a dialogue with the state without coming to courts, thus reducing the burden on the courts — Boris Boltyanskiy, Editor-in-Chief, Pravo.ru.