The Department evaluates public policies that ensure better living standards for citizens. The recommendations of the Department help to improve the economic sustainability and development efficiency in health care, physical education and sports. An important goal of the structural unit is to inform society about the state of affairs in this area.
The Department monitors, analyzes and evaluates strategic guidelines of public policies on health care, physical education and sports. It explores causes and consequences of identified violations and deficiencies, as well as prepares recommendations to make the management of resources that are needed to achieve the strategic goals of the state more efficient.
The tasks of the structural unit include analysis and control of income, expenses and sources of funding the budget deficit of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund and the federal budget. The scope of the Department’s analysis includes issues related to the budgetary allocations for health care, physical education and sports.
The Department also examines draft federal laws and other regulatory legal acts that affect the financial support and feasibility of activities and tasks related to healthcare, education, science, physical education and sports.
The Department includes the following audit units on:
Physical training and sports;
Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund;