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The State Duma proposed banning remote work for IT professionals serving GIS

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Moscow, February 20 – The State Duma, in its resolution, recommends the Ministry of Digital Development to work on resolving the issue of including teachers of computer science schools in the list of recipients of state support and prohibiting remote work of IT specialists involved in the development of state information systems (GIS). The bill is published in the electronic Duma database.
The document says: “Work on the issue of including computer science teachers in schools and IT specialists in higher educational institutions in the list of beneficiaries of state support measures and other preferences provided to employees of accredited IT companies.”
It is also proposed, together with the State Duma, to work on the issue of banning remote work for IT specialists who left Russia after the initiation of a special process “related to the development, implementation and management of state information systems and information systems of vital information infrastructure facilities, as well as the circulation of personal data “.

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On December 20, 2022, the Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Information of the Russian Federation, Maksut Chadayev, presented a report on the progress of digital transformation and information security in the Russian Federation in the State Duma on December 20, 2022.
Following the results of the Government Hour, the State Duma Committee on Information Policy prepared a draft State Duma Resolution, according to which recommendations were presented to the Government of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Digital Development of the Russian Federation on improving regulatory organization. In the field of communications and increased interest in problematic issues in the field of communications.

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