Russia will send 37.1 billion rubles to create domestic software by 2024
MOSCOW, July 11 – RIA Novosti. Deputy Prime Minister said that the Government of the Russian Federation has created 35 industrial competence centers (ICC) to replace foreign industry-specific digital products and solutions, 37.1 billion rubles are allocated for the co-financing of the creation and implementation of these solutions until 2024. Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.
In early June, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin instructed the creation of industrial competence centers in Russia for the import substitution of digital solutions in key sectors of the economy. According to him, centers will need to unite customers and developers in the creation and implementation of new digital products and involve leading companies in this process.
“16 industry committees have been created for key sectors of the industry and the social field…. The committees oversee 35 ICCs, where priority areas, types and classes of software replaced on the site will be determined, and job descriptions for vendors will be determined. The development of specific products for the needs of our businesses will be created. Now 2024′ Until now, we have budgetary funds of 37.1 billion rubles to co-finance the creation and implementation of new domestic solutions,” he said. press service.
It is stated that the chairmen of 16 sectoral committees are deputy ministers of the relevant federal executive bodies. They oversee, create and coordinate the personal composition of participants in 35 industrial competence centers with the Ministry of Digital Development. They will be led by the heads of the leading companies in the industry. According to Chernyshenko, the state will co-finance the development of local solutions from RFRIT as well as Bortnik and Skolkovo funds.
“The volume of co-financing for each of the projects will be around 80%. After development, we will introduce software to industry organizations where TOR was created … To take into account, at the TOR creation stage, that the necessary software in development must be not only universal, but also export-oriented. I think we should get more than 2/3 of the vendors’ revenue from foreign markets. Well, we should see the first practice. Results in our businesses in 2024,” added Chernyshenko.
The Deputy Prime Minister also instructed that by mid-August certain projects agreed on the software to be replaced should be submitted. These will be approved by the Government Digital Development Commission Presidency. Vendors are scheduled to start developing domestic software for the needs of Russian businesses in October.
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