Participants in the meeting included the heads of Russia’s Ministry of the Interior, Federal Security Service, Federal Guard Service, Federal Border Service, the Prosecutor General’s Office and Investigative Committee, as well as the Federal Financial Monitoring Service.
The meeting addressed issues of coordinated action in fulfilling the provisions of presidential executive orders of September 21, 2009 as regards the grounds for conducting inspections as to the completeness and accuracy of information on incomes, property and liabilities submitted by civil servants and other officials, and their compliance with set limitations, prohibitions and responsibilities.
The meeting participants discussed legal and organisational aspects of submitting to the Directorate and HR departments of governmental and other agencies of information necessary for making a decision on launching anti-corruption inspections.
A draft standard departmental instruction governing the work to comply with the provision of the Federal Law On Countering Corruption that introduces the responsibility to inform HR departments in governmental and other agencies and organisations of any infractions of anti-corruption legislation, was presented at the meeting. Recommendations were made concerning its revision.