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The agreement will provide a unified procedure for recording and maintaining real estate in Moscow.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin and head of the Federal Agency for State Property Management Vadim Yakovenko signed an Agreement on Information Interaction. It will make it possible to make an even more efficient management system for real estate objects that are in city and federal ownership, as well as to transfer cooperation between the Moscow Government and the Federal Property Management Agency to electronic form.

“Specialists of the Federal Property Management Agency already have access to the information system of the register of unified real estate objects in the city of Moscow, which, in turn, is filled with graphic layers with objects of the register of federal property: land plots, buildings and structures. The agreement will allow ensuring a unified procedure for accounting and maintaining real estate in Moscow using modern technologies and IT solutions implemented in the capital. In particular, we are talking about the organization of an effective process of electronic document management, which will help to reduce the time for the redistribution of property in order to solve the priority tasks of the city’s development, ”noted

Sergei Sobyanin.

Vadim Yakovenko stressed that cooperation with the Moscow Government is aimed primarily at developing common approaches to digitalization of the property management system.

“By combining and unifying technical solutions,” said Vadim Yakovenko, “we will be able to speed up the processes of making managerial decisions, which, in turn, will improve the quality of the provision of public services to citizens and businesses, as well as increase revenues from the disposal of federal property”.

The agreement is the initial stage of integration of information resources of the Federal Property Management Agency and the Moscow Government. In the future, it is planned to sign protocols that detail cooperation issues.

“Experts of the Federal Property Management Agency have already appreciated the advantages of information systems used in the work of the Department of City Property. In particular, the register of uniform real estate objects in the city of Moscow. IS REON combines a number of information resources of the Moscow Government and provides users with comprehensive information about land plots, buildings and structures located in the city. Closer interaction of our departments will allow us to choose the best digital solutions for effective management and disposal of property, as well as for the exchange of relevant experience, ”said Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations.

In 2020, Moscow took 18th place in the rating of digital transformation of the 100 most developed megacities in the world by the Services Globalization Index, having improved its position by five points over the year.

Moscow entered the top 20 in the ranking of digital transformation of cities

Since 2010, a systematic and joint work of the Department of City Property and the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow has been carried out in Moscow to improve the IT capabilities of the urban management infrastructure. During this time, a lot has been digitized. Most of the internal resource-intensive processes have been converted to electronic form City Property Department… For example, a virtual employee deals with the processing of letters received through the electronic document management system (EDMS) and prints outgoing correspondence, he also distributes applications from tenants and buyers of urban real estate for reconciliation of settlements on financial and personal accounts. Thanks to automation, it was possible to exclude heads of departments, secretaries, registrars and other employees of the Department from routine processes.

Since the beginning of 2020, the process of selling city property has become completely electronic. Moscow began to conduct virtual auctions back in 2014, but contracts based on the results of the auctions were concluded offline, in paper form. Previously, in order to close a sale and purchase transaction, an investor had to overcome 11 energy-intensive steps. From 2020, the winner of an electronic auction needs to make only three clicks in the investor’s personal account on the portal and website Rosreestr.

Today, 70 percent of government services of the Moscow Government in the property and land sector (23 out of 35) are presented in electronic form on the portal. They are focused mainly on owners and tenants of non-residential premises and land plots. In 2021, all of these public services will go digital. In this way, Muscovites will be able to draw up a social tenancy agreement, deprivatize housing, register for housing and resolve other issues much easier and faster.

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