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Анализ введенных субъектами РФ механизмов преференций для НКО, как исполнителей общественно полезных услуг

Романова В. В., Мацкевич А. В.

The purpose of this work is to reveal the presence (absence) of the impact of the preferential mechanisms introduced by the subjects of the Russian Federation for socially beneficial services providers (hereafter SBSP), on the increase of the budgetary funds allocated for subsidizing non-profit organizations (hereafter NPOs) in social sector.

To identify the dependence, we develop a methodology correlating the legal acts adopted by the subjects of the Russian Federation to introduce preferential mechanisms for SBSP and the volumes of subsidies to NPOs.

The results of the study showed that although it was not a long time since the adoption of the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 398 dated August 8, 2016, approving the priority areas for the socially beneficial services provision, some sub-sectors of the social sphere experienced positive effects of the introduced preferential mechanisms for SBSP. The study identifies the budget areas where the largest number of the Russian Federation subjects increased the share of subsidies for NPOs in the total amount of expenditures for the corresponding area, as well as the changes in the Russian regions rating according to this indicator.

To expand the engagement of NPOs as SBSP, it is proposed to amend regional legislation and establish specific preferences for SBSP, as well as to include this issue in the Methodological Recommendations on the implementation of support mechanisms for socially oriented non-profit organizations, introduced by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation for public authorities and local governments.