The government approved a regulation on the transfer of public functions to the private sector.
The Ministry of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction (competent authority), together with the relevant ministries and agencies, conducts a full inventory of inefficient and exclusive public administration functions by February 15 each year, and analyzes the possibility of transferring inefficient public functions to the private sector by March 20.
The ministry will also analyze the cost-effectiveness of public functions that can be transferred to the private sector by May 20 and formulate a final list of proposed public functions to be transferred to the private sector, hold a public hearing by July 1 and form an initial list of private sector entities with experience similar to public functions.
By August 1, a list of public functions recommended for transfer to the private sector will be compiled and submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers together with the relevant conclusions. By October 1, a draft normative legal document on the transfer of public functions to the private sector will be developed.
An electronic platform will be created to create and maintain a single register of government functions. Public functions will be transferred to the private sector through outsourcing, crowdsourcing, public social procurement, accreditation, certification and other mechanisms.