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Cities and regions: a strategy for the development
Interaction of administrative-territorial entities of Russia Federation
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Interaction of administrative-territorial entities within the framework of "digital" Russia
A balanced socio-economic development of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation is impossible without coordinating regional strategies with a common vector of state regional policy, the key focus of which is to reduce differentiation in the level and quality of life of the population. One of the tools to stimulate economic development is the creation of new centers of economic growth. The coordination of state investments in infrastructure projects also plays an important role.
Territorial coherence
Global, interregional and intraregional connectivity is necessary to meet the needs of a person, social groups and society as a whole through ensuring coordination of economic entities. Such tie-up is also vital for satisfying the state and municipal needs by exercising the powers of both federal authorities and local self-government.
Digital regions: best practices and development strategies
Digitalization of the regions is aimed at creating new horizontal ties and intensifying cooperation between state authorities and local governments with a variety of market players in the digital economy. The exchange of best practices between the regions will create a basis for the sustainable development of territories through the optimization of communications (which means transition from a vertical model of information exchange to a horizontal one).
Command centers and management technologies
In the age of digitalization, the most effective way of interaction (including thar in crisis situations) is communication through command centers designed for operational management decision-making, control and monitoring of the environment. Relevant technologies make it possible to accumulate information flows from multiple source systems in order to analyze events and the possible consequences of decisions. This formation simplifies management at any level, however, allowing specialists to work with data relevant to a particular region, not excluding the possibility of scaling the decisions which are being taken.