The process of forming a database of Russian citizensgoes to the finish line - the corresponding law is voted in the third reading in the State Duma. At the next stage, the law should be adopted by the Federation Council and signed by the president. The database will collect the most important information about citizens of the Russian Federation collected from various departments. The creation of a common base should help increase the effectiveness of the fight against criminals and prevent fraud.
Database management and control will be entrustedto the Federal Tax Service (FTS), and the register will be formed on the basis of the data provided by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Communications, the Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resources, the Pension Fund, Rostrud, the Ministry of Education and Science and other government agencies. The Law introduces a strict restriction on organizations capable of receiving information from a database.
According to the developers of the law, createdthe system will allow not only increasing the effectiveness of the fight against criminals and fraudsters, but also ensuring the implementation of social support measures, creating conditions for the efficient collection of taxes and mandatory payments to budgets of different levels.
Personal data in the database will becontain: name, date and place of birth, gender, citizenship, marital status, SNILS, TIN and other personal data. Meanwhile, biometric data, phone numbers, medical records, property and property information, fines and other personalized information will not be entered in the register.
Various registry entries will also be accessed.state and municipal bodies, the IFC, election commissions and notaries. Personal information will be able to verify the citizens of the Russian Federation themselves, using the portal of public services.
Now, according to the Federal Tax Service, citizens will not need to collect numerous duplicate documents for various government agencies, which will increase the efficiency of solving many issues.
With the successful passage of the Law through the Federation Council and the signing of the document by the president, the new rules will enter into force on January 1, 2022.