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State Inspection Office for Property Use Oversight

Inspection Office Head

Sergei Shogurov

Biography

  • Born 24 July, 1976 in Magdeburg, Germany.
  • 1991-1993: Kazan Suvorov Military Schoo
  • 1998: Graduated from Nizhny Novgorod Higher Military Logistics School   with a degree in management
  • 1993-2001: Served in the Soviet and Russian Armed Forces.
  • 2001-2002: Served in the internal affairs bodies.
  • 2002-2005: Public service in the Russian Audit Chamber.
  • 2005-2009: Head of the State Pension Benefits Division of the Department for the Organisation of Allocation and Payment of Pensions, Head of the Orders Placement Directorate of the Russian Pension Fund.
  • 2010: Deputy Director of the Main Centre for Long-Distance Mail, affiliate of the Russian Post.
  • 2010-2013: Deputy Head of the Moscow Department of Property.
  • 10 April 2013: Appointed Head of the State Inspection Office for Oversight of Property Use by Moscow Mayor’s Executive Order No. 271-RM of 8 April 2013.
  • June 6, 2013: Appointed Acting Head of the State Inspection Office for Property Use Oversight.
  • September 17, 2013: Appointed Head of the State Inspection Office for Property Use Oversight.
  • During his professional career in the Russian Defence Ministry, the Interior Ministry’s Main Logistics Department, the Russian Audit Chamber, the Pension Fund, the Russian Post and the Moscow Department of Property he was responsible for logistics, social support, the development of information technology, the evaluation of Moscow’s property and for an integrated approach to ensuring safety and integration of the Moscow property complex in the economic turnover.
  • Married, with three sons.

About the Inspection Office

Areas of activity

  • Supervising:
    • compliance with requirements for the use of non-residential properties established by the legislative acts of Moscow, authorisation documents, investment contracts, approved documents regulating the use of non-residential properties;
    • compliance with requirements for the use of land plots established by the legislative acts of Moscow, authorisation documents, investment contracts, approved documents regulating the use of land plots;
    • compliance with investment agreements and contracts for construction, major repair work, and renovation to non-residential properties where the city is entitled to have its share.
  • Organising and conducting spot checks, including jointly with other government oversight bodies, regarding the use of non-residential properties and land.
  • Preparing materials for Moscow government meetings, and other meetings, on issues falling within the purview of the Inspection Office.
  • Developing and supporting the implementation of comprehensive programmes and measures to prevent, uncover, and stop violations in the use of non-residential properties and land.
  • Providing legal, organisational and technical support for proceedings on administrative offences initiated by the Inspection Office under Moscow legislation.
  • Developing proposals to refine legislation regulating the Inspection Office’s activity and establishing liability for the violation of laws on property and land. Gathering opinions or approving new draft legislation submitted for consideration to the Inspection Office by government authorities in Moscow. Participating in the development and adoption of economic strategies to prevent and stop violations in the use of non-residential properties and land. Drafting agreements between Moscow government and federal executive authorities on the Inspection Office’s activity.
  • Preparing and approving administrative regulations on the interaction with Moscow’s executive authorities, on matters falling within the Inspection Office’s purview.
  • Preparing annual reports on the state regional oversight over the use of non-residential properties and land as prescribed by the government of the Russian Federation and Moscow legislation.
  • Providing regular, timely statistical reports on oversight over the use of non-residential properties and land.
  • Current accounting of oversight and inspection activities as well as measures taken to remedy any violations uncovered. Establishing and updating a database on violations uncovered in property and land relations and measures taken to stop such violations, including information from other executive bodies concerned.
  • Compiling, summarising, and analysing the causes of, and conditions that serve to foster violations in the use of non-residential properties and land. Documenting and analysing matters falling within the purview of the Inspection Office and submit as appropriate to executive authorities.
  • Reviewing, summarising, and adopting advanced methods of control over the use of non-residential properties and land.
  • Developing and adopting expedited methods to determine land quality and methods of remote oversight over land use, including aerial photography and visual observation from a helicopter.
  • Playing an active role in the activities of city and district commissions on property and land relations set up under Moscow legislation.
  • Organising and conducting city workshops involving the relevant government authorities on the enforcement of laws on property and land.
  • Facilitating international cooperation and cooperation with other constituent members of the Russian Federation on matters falling within the Inspection Office’s purview.
  • Raising awareness and informing Moscow residents about the use of non-residential properties and land.
  • Preparing materials documenting oversight and inspection activities for publication in the media.
  • Organising and conducting competitive tenders for contracts for the supply of goods, works, and services critical to the Inspection Office’s operation, as set out in Federal and Moscow legislation.
  • Commissioning and conducting research into matters relating to the Inspection Office’s activity.
  • Handling queries from government authorities, local self-government bodies, legal entities, and individuals on issues falling within the Inspection Office’s purview and taking the required steps in response.
  • Managing Moscow budget revenues i. e. those funds that are allocated under Moscow government regulations for the coming fiscal year.
  • Establishing and observing orders relating to the classification of information.
  • Organising and conducting mobilisation training, and mobilisation if the Inspection Office is put on a war footing.