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In Russia, state-owned companies were obliged to switch to domestic software

В России госкомпании обязали перейти на отечественный софтYou need to go to the Russian software.

First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Anton Siluanov has approved a Directive on the transfer of public companies on the Russian software (SW). As reported on Sunday, December 16, the newspaper “Vedomosti” with reference to the copy of the document, the companies proposed to develop a “clear plan” for such a transition by 2021.

Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2015, demanded that the state companies to switch to domestic. In November of the same year, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree prohibiting to buy software abroad, if it has analogues in Russia. The then first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov in July 2016 signed a Directive that sets the overall policy of import substitution. In contrast, a document signed Siluanov, is offered as a guide to action. Within two months the companies should prepare and adopt specific transition plans.

The Russian government expects that the domestic software go company, where the state is the main shareholder. The authors of the document believe that by 2021 more than half of software each class in the state-owned companies will be manufactured in Russia.

According to “Vedomosti, not all companies are ready to move on the Russian. In particular, the “Aeroflot” it will mean a loss of competitiveness and income, which in turn could lead to higher ticket prices.

In September 2018 the Ministry of communications has completed the audit of the Russian registry from which companies must choose a program.

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