The unified register of inspections (URI) is a Federal state information system established on the basis of Federal law No. 294 – FL, the operator of which is the General Prosecutor's office of the Russian Federation. Regulatory support of the Unified register of inspections is provided by the Ministry of economic development of Russia.
In July 2017, the Ministry of economic development adopted amendments to the article 19.6.1 of the administrative offences code of the Russian Federation, establishing the administrative liability of officials of control and Supervisory bodies for failure to submit information, making inaccurate or incomplete information, as well as the violation of terms of entering information in the unified register of inspections.
Work on further improvement of the unified register of inspections is carried out in several directions. A draft Federal law on introducing URI in information on checks carried out in relation to local authorities, as well as audits conducted by the FAS in the framework of control over the observance of Antimonopoly legislation in respect in respect of Federal bodies of Executive power, bodies of state power of subjects of the Russian Federation, local governments, other carrying out functions specified bodies or organizations and state extra-budgetary funds, is prepared and waiting for the consideration of the State Duma.
What is more, the Ministry of economic development is preparing a bill providing for the inclusion in the URI of information about other control measures. In addition, a package of amendments is being prepared in cooperation with the Prosecutor of Russian Federation General's office, which provides for the expansion of the information entered in the URI by means of information on warnings issued to controlled entities and the risk categories assigned to them, the use of checklists, administrative investigations, etc.