MFC rating

The Ministry of economic development of the Russian Federation carries out a quarterly assessment of the implementation by the Supreme Executive bodies of the state power of the Russian Federation of measures to organize the provision of state and municipal services on the principle of "one window" in the MFC on the basis of the decision of the Government Commission on administrative reform of September 9, 2014. It demonstrates the effectiveness of the actions of the Executive bodies who are responsible for the implementation of the project on creation and development of the network of "My Documents" at the territory of the Russian Federation, and reflects the achievement of indicators of the presidential decree of may 7, 2012 № 601, as well as the implementation of the requirements of the current legislation, that regulates the MFC activities. The assessment is based on the data independently entered by the regions into the automated information system for monitoring the development of the MFC network (AIS MDN MFC).

The subjects of the Russian Federation are evaluated by the number of indicators, including the proportion of citizens with the access to state and municipal services on the principle of "one window", the number of services from the mandatory list provided by MFC services, compliance with the regulations of organization of activities of MFC and with the unified corporate style, etc. Besides, the ranking takes into account the usage of regions of information-analytical system of monitoring the quality of public services (IAS, MQPS) to assess the quality of service provision in the DCP.

The rating of subjects of the Russian Federation on the organization of work of the MFC for the first quarter of 2018


Degree of the efficiency of the of the actions of Executive authorities which are responsible for the implementation of the project on the creation and development of MFC networks

Altai region, Amur region, Vladimir region, Volgograd region, Vologda region, Voronezh region, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Irkutsk region, Kaliningrad region, Kaluga region, Kamchatka region, Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Kemerovo region, Kirov region, Kurgan region, Kursk region, Leningrad region, Lipetsk region, Moscow region, Murmansk region, Nenets Autonomous district, Nizhny Novgorod region, Novgorod region, Novosibirsk region, Omsk region, Orenburg region, Oryol region, Penza region, Primorsky territory, Republic of Adygea, The Republic of Altai, Republic of Bashkortostan, Republic of Buryatia, Republic of Dagestan, Republic of Kalmykia, Mari El, Republic of Mordovia, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, Republic of Tatarstan, Republic of Tyva, Republic of Khakassia, Rostov region, Ryazan region, Samara region, Saratov region, Sakhalin region, Tambov region, Tomsk region, Tula region, Tyumen region, Udmurtia, Ulyanovsk region, Khabarovsk territory, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous district - Ugra, Chelyabinsk region, Chuvash Republic, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district , Yaroslavl region

High efficiency of the organization activities

Astrakhan region, Bryansk region, Sevastopol, Jewish Autonomous region, Zabaikalsky territory, Kabardino-Balkar Republic, Kostroma region, Krasnodar region, Krasnoyarsk region, Magadan region, Perm region, Pskov region, Republic of Karelia, Sverdlovsk region, Smolensk region, Stavropol region, Chechen Republic

Average efficiency of the organization activities

Arkhangelsk region, Belgorod region, Ivanovo region, Komi Republic, Republic of Crimea, Chukotka Autonomous district

Satisfactory efficiency of the organization activities

Tver region, Ingush republic

Low efficiency of the organization activities