A new rating of digital maturity of regions has been compiled

The new rating of the digital maturity of the regions, which got acquainted with, involves an assessment of the activities of digital transformation leaders (DTC) in seven parameters; The rating was made public at an online meeting between Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko and digital transformation leaders.

Recall, the regional RTC rating was launched in 2021 and was compiled based on five parameters. Compared with the rating for June 2022, the new one also assesses the success of the regions in import substitution of software (SW) and the operation of the interdepartmental electronic interaction system (SIEV).

New rating indicators:

  • digital maturity in five sectors (public transport; education (general); healthcare; public administration; urban economy and construction);
  • feedback platform;
  • measures to support the IT industry (setting a tax rate; reducing tax and rental rates; providing grants; mortgage compensation);
  • information security (cybersecurity; interaction with GosSOPKA was organized; interaction with GosSOPKA was ensured; interaction with NCCKI);
  • operation of SMEV;
  • the level of software import independence;
  • transfer of mass socially significant services (MSZU) into electronic form.

The overall score is determined by summing the scores for seven indicators; The maximum you can score is 31 points.

The top three in terms of total points included the Lipetsk Region (22.4 points), the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra (22 points) and the Chelyabinsk Region (21.5 points).

There are also leaders in certain indicators. So, the only region that scored the highest possible score (2.5) in terms of import independence was the Tver region. The highest result (8.7 out of 10) of digital maturity in five industries was shown by the Republic of Tatarstan. The Kemerovo region – Kuzbass has set measures to support the IT industry at 4 points out of 5 possible.

In general, the success of the regions in terms of the general indicator “Information Security” looks good: the majority of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation received the maximum possible 3 points.

But according to the indicator “Operation of the SMEV”, where the maximum number of points is 2.5, only two regions scored one point each – these are Sevastopol and the Republic of Tyva; the rest of the results are below.

Top 20 regions according to the RCT rating based on the results of three quarters of 2022

No. P/P Region Overall rating score
one Lipetsk region 22.4
2 Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra 22
3 Chelyabinsk region 21.5
four Kemerovo region — Kuzbass 21
5 Moscow region 20.6
6 Tula region 20.3
7 Tyumen region 20.1
eight Kaluga region twenty
9 Belgorod region 19.9
ten Kurgan region 19.7
eleven The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 19.7
12 Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug 19.6
13 Chuvash Republic – Chuvashia 19.5
fourteen Tomsk region 19.4
fifteen Republic of Tatarstan 19.2
16 Orenburg region 19
17 Republic of Bashkortostan 18.9
eighteen Sevastopol 18.8
19 Rostov region 18.6
twenty Primorsky Krai 18.3

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