Legal Regulation of Anti-Corruption Assessment of Public Servants in the Russian Federation


  • Dinara Minnigulova Arbiter under the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Bashkortostan and arbitration court assessor of the Arbitration court of the Republic of Bashkortostan


Corruption as a complex phenomenon intrinsic to modern public administration in most countries is one of the factors affecting efficiency of the government. According to the author prevention of corruption cases and minimization of their negative impact on the public service requires implementing a specific assessment system of civil servants’ professional efficiency to be linked with the overall performance evaluation system, compensation, etc. The article gives a detailed analysis of the modern Russian legislation in the area of anti-corruption assessment of public servants work and proposes ways to further improve Russia’s regulatory framework in the given administrative sector.