Unified register of inspections

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.

THE REGISTER BEGAN TO WORK ON JULY 1, 2015. FROM THIS POINT ON, THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE AUTHORITIES EXERCISING CONTROL AND SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS SHOULD ENTER THE INFORMATION ABOUT CONDUCTED TEST EVENTS. FROM 1 JULY 2016 DATA ABOUT THE TEST ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT BY THE EXECUTIVE BODIES OF THE CONSTITUENT ENTITIES OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION INCLUDE IN THE UNIFIED REGISTER, AND FROM JANUARY 1, 2017 – INFORMATION ON THE MUNICIPAL INSPECTIONS.

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.

In accordance with the Federal Law of February 19, 2018 No. 17-FZ, the unified register of inspections should contain information on the inspections carried out by various state control (supervision) agencies in relation to local self-government bodies, as well as information on all inspections of the Federal Antimonopoly Service as part of the control for compliance with antitrust legislation.