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Information Technology in Organizing Prosecutor's Supervision



A.F. Ivlev
I.I. Potapova
E.A. Sugaipova
9iaf@mail.ru
9iaf@mail.ru
lina 08011977@yandex.ru
professor of the Department of Finance, Currency and Credit of St. Petersburg State University of Trade and Economics, Doctor of Economics, professor
dean, the Faculty of Economics and Real Estate Management, Astrakhan Engineering and Building Institute, PhD in Economics, associate professor
– candidate for PhD, the Department of Management and Law, St. Petersburg ITMO University
St. Petersburg
Astrakhan
St. Petersburg

Keywords:

  • prosecutor's supervision
  • information technology
  • circulation of documents
  • automation
  • word-processors
  • The problem in question is dedicated to the research and analysis of practical aspects of applying information technology in prosecutor's supervision of the Russian Federation. The analysis of practice of using information technology in the activity of Prosecutor's office is made; theoretical and practical issues of applying information technology in the sphere of prosecutor's supervision are considered and ways to improve the use of IT technologies are offered.
    The article is composed of a preamble, three topical blocks and conclusions of the author. The preamble contains description of circumstances which evoked the author to write this article. The topical blocks deal with the description of variability of the study, methodology and the results obtained. The postamble contains the author's conclusions.
    The year 2015 marks the end of the Federal target program "The Development of Physical Education and Sport in the Russian Federation in 2006–2015", wherein one of the targets was to raise availability of sport facilities in conjunction with the programs of regional authorities. Thereupon it is necessary to take stocks of the program and start planning further development of material and technical resources in 2016–2020.
    The article is composed of a preamble, three topical blocks and conclusions of the author. The preamble contains description of circumstances which evoked the author to write this article. The topical blocks deal with the description of variability of the study, methodology and the results obtained. The postamble contains the author's conclusions.
    The paper studies the level of sport infrastructure in the North-West Federal District as well as connection between availability of sport facilities and the number of population of the region who regularly practice physical culture and sport. The given research provides a complete picture of the present state of the physical infrastructure in every constituent entity of the North-West Federal District. The analysis of selected variables presents objective evidence of deficiency of particular sport facility in the region.