Moscow, December 4, 2014. — Since January 1 of 2015 cooperation between federal executive authorities and state non-budgetary funds will be carried out only with the use of unified electronic service — the third version of system of interdepartmental electronic cooperation (SIEC). Independent development of new services is forbidden. Regional public authorities got recommendations to transfer to unified electronic service since January 1 of 2017. This requirement was set in corresponding Governmental decree №1222 on January 19, 2014 “On further development of unified system of interdepartmental electronic cooperation”, developed by Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications and published on the official website of legal information.
The renewed service will provide single format for mutual exchange of information, insured delivery of messages, electronic messages queuing, allowing solving the problem of overflow of popular services, increasing size of delivered message from 5MB to 1GB and integration with Chief Certification Authority for verification of electronic signatures. The new version of the system implies not only cooperation between federal public authorities as it was previously, but also cooperation between regional public authorities.
It is planned to begin transferring to SIEC from the most required data. Disabling of other existing services will be not carried out recently, however, launching of new services that don’t respond to requirements will be stopped on January 1 of 2015.
The last beta version of SIEC has been already launched in Moscow, Moldavia, Bashkortostan, Tatarstan, Tyumen, Yaroslavl, Novosibirsk Oblast and Primorye.