To the provision of services in education, social protection, culture and sport should attract private companies. This is stated in the published draft law of the Ministry of Finance, writes “Kommersant”.
The Ministry considered substandard existing system of social services. “Given the uncontested basis for the establishment of state assignment, state institutions have weak incentives to improve the quality of its services and its efficiency”, — stated in the bill.
Putting forward an offer on attraction of business to this work, the Ministry of Finance refers to the experience of other countries. So, in the States of Western Europe, Canada and Israel the share of budget financing in the income from the provision of social services NGO non-state average is 54%, in Eastern Europe — 42%, and in developed Asia — 34%.
The project envisages the possibility of competitions on the conclusion of contracts on public-private partnership or concession agreement. In addition, the provision of services can start to provide through the public procurement — via competitive tender or auction. Another part of the services residents receive through the special certificate, the services it will provide specially selected by the government of the company. In the first — 2018 — the year of the law companies plan to give 20% of the volume of social services, in 2019 — 40%, and in 2020 — 60%.
In a press-service of the Ministry of labor newspaper reported that, in General, support the bill. According to a source in the Finance Ministry, the document can submit to the state Duma in the autumn.
As notes the edition, according to the similar principles operates the system of compulsory medical insurance. Private clinics can enter into it and to render the services receiving funding from the MLA Fund.