Strategic Development of Control Systems of Modern Situation Centers (Dmitry S. Evdokimov)

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Dmitry S. Evdokimov
Central Economics and Mathematics Institute Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia;

Abstract: Introduction. A complex system of distributed situational centers is one of the main vectors of the transformation of public administration in Russia. Each region needs additional infrastructure to develop a promising mechanism of multifunctional tools for effective electronic administration and management of socio-economic processes within public and private partnerships. The versatility and exclusivity of this mechanism lie in its large-scale capabilities, which make it possible to engage the most important spheres of the state’s life in detailed monitoring, analysis, forecasting, and strategizing. Study objects and methods. The research featured the management systems of situational centers, which aim at developing public administration and regulation by increasing the speed of decision-making. The study involved such standard methods as economic analysis, classification, expert assessment, deduction, etc. Results and discussion. The results can serve as a theoretical basis for modifying the existing and planned situational centers in Russia, especially those that will form an integral part of the system of distributed situational centers. Taking into account the rapid development of new public administration instruments, it is necessary to bridge the gap between Russia and other countries. Conclusion. Modern realities dictate new approaches in the field of public administration and regulation. That is why the development of situational centers is a strategically important area for creating a centralized system for managing the country. Improving the functionality of such centers will lead to a qualitative improvement in the entire structure of the state apparatus.

Keywords: situational center, cognitive center, monitoring systems, public administration, regional administration

Citation: Evdokimov DS. Strategic Development of Control Systems of Modern Situation Centers. Strategizing: Theory and Practice. 2021;1(1):89–98. (In Russ.)

Received 3 May 2021. Reviewed 24 May 2021. Accepted 24 May 2021.


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