• M.Ya. Veselovsky LEONOV Moscow Region University of Technology, Korolev, Russia
  • M.A. Sidorov LEONOV Moscow Region University of Technology, Korolev, Russia


Changes in the technological basis of public administration have a significant impact on socio-economic processes, implemented at different levels – from regional to international. Municipal-regional interaction in the field of digital tools implementation and use for the public administration implementation is of high importance. However, this process is highly informalized, first of all, regarding the stage of these tools implementation in pilot and production operation. This factor determines the relevance of determining the most significant aspects of the process of digital tools implementation in public administration, as a necessary component of its formalization and transition to using the quantitative calculation of the effectiveness of measures for digitalization of public administration. The purpose of this study is to analyze the processes of preparation for the operation of digital tools of municipal organizations in the context of municipal-regional interaction. On the basis of the purpose, the study defined a number of tasks, including the analysis of the regulatory consolidation of digital tools, technical-technological and human factors of their implementation. Normative legal acts of public authorities, official digital publications of state and municipal organizations, scientific publications on the digitalization of public administration were the basis of the study. Within the framework of the study, a set of factors that have a key impact on the efficiency of digital instrument implementation was identified based on the analysis of the processes of preparation for the digital instruments operation.  In accordance with the grouping carried out, human resources, infrastructure, software, hardware and organizational factors, as well as their interaction were considered. The process of regulatory consolidation of the use of innovative digital public administration tool is considered, and the necessary requirements for its optimization are highlighted. 

Keywords: innovation, information technology, local government, models, regional management, digital technology


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About the Authors

Mikhail Ya. Veselovsky – Dr. Sci. (Economics), Professor; Professor, LEONOV Moscow Region University of Technology, Korolev, Russia. E-mail: SPIN РИНЦ 8335-7740. ORCID 0000-0002-1078-3235. ResearcherID B-6487-2017. Scopus Author ID 56087785600
Maksim A. Sidorov – Graduate Student, LEONOV Moscow Region University of Technology, Korolev, Russia. E-mail: SPIN РИНЦ 1355-4403. ORCID 0000-0002-8790-885X

For citation: Veselovsky M.Ya., Sidorov M.A. Analysis of the Processes of Preparing for the Digital Tools Operation in the Framework of Municipal-Regional Cooperation // BENEFICIUM. 2022. Vol. 4(45). Pp. 6-10. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.34680/BENEFICIUM.2022.4(45).6-10