RUSSIAN INTELLIGENCE-RELATED LEGAL DOCUMENTS


Statute
of the
Interagency Commission on Problems of the Defense-Industrial Complex
of the
Russian Federation Security Council 02 October 1997

I. General Provisions

1. The Interagency Commission on Problems of the Defense-Industrial Complex of the Russian Federation Security Council (hereafter -- the Commission) was formed in compliance with the Russian Federation Law "On Security" and the Statute of the Russian Federation Security Council, put into effect by Edict No. 1024 of the Russian Federation President of 10 July 1996 "Russian Federation Security Council Issues."

2. The Commission was created for the purpose of carrying out Russian Federation Security Council (hereafter -- Security Council) tasks in the area of ensuring the development of the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation.

3. The legal base of the Commission's activities is comprised of the Russian Federation Constitution, federal laws, the Russian Federation President's edicts and directives, the statute of the Russian Federation Security Council, and this Statute.

II. The Commission's Functions

4. The Commission is tasked with the following functions:

preparation of proposals for the Security Council in the area of drafting and implementing the main lines in the policy in the area of development of the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation; preparation of proposals for the Security Council with respect to coordination of the activities of federal bodies of state authority in dealing with current and long-range tasks in the area of implementation of federal targeted programs on development of the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation;

participation in the development of main directions in state policy in the area of military-technical cooperation with foreign countries taking into account the level of competitiveness of Russian armaments and threats to the interests of the state in the foreign economic sphere;

preparation of proposals for the Security Council on measures of support for the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation in the interests of ensuring the security and stable development of the state;

participation in the preparation of materials on issues of environmental security of the Russian Federation for the Russian Federation President's annual addresses to the Federal Assembly and for the Russian Federation President's reports;

preparation of proposals for the Security Council on improving the system of training and advanced training of scientific and engineering personnel for Russian Federation defense-industrial complex institutions and organizations;

participation in the preparation of proposals for the Security Council on structural restructuring and implementation of conversion at Russian Federation defense-industrial complex institutions and organizations, as well as the utilization of armaments and military equipment;

analysis of implementation of privatization and development of new forms of cooperation and integration by Russian Federation defense-industrial complex institutions and organizations from the standpoint of ensuring the security of the Russian Federation;

preparation of proposals for the Security Council on priority directions in scientific development in the interests of ensuring the security of the Russian Federation;

preparation of proposals for the Security Council on the subject of drafting prospective normative legal acts aimed at dealing with problems of the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation;

conducting, when so instructed by the Security Council, expert evaluation of draft decisions of federal bodies of state authority and bodies of state authority of Russian Federation components on problems of the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation, as well as expert evaluation of draft decisions on the technical and economic expediency and effectiveness of the Russian Federation's military and technical cooperation with foreign countries.

III. Procedures for Forming the Commission and Its Activities

5. The Commission shall be created, reorganized, and abolished by edict of the President of the Russian Federation Russian Federation. The statute on the Commission shall be approved by the Russian Federation President upon submission by the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation (hereafter -- Security Council Secretary).

The Commission shall be composed of heads of federal bodies of state authority and (or) their deputies (including as agreed). If necessary, other persons may be included.

6. The Commission chairman shall be appointed by the Russian Federation President. The Commission chairman has one deputy. The Commission chairman and other commission members carry out their activities on a volunteer basis.

7. To carry out its functions, the Commission has the right to:

request and receive in keeping with established procedures needed materials and information from federal bodies of state authority, from bodies of state authority of Russian Federation components, as well as from institutions, organizations, and officials;

use in keeping with established procedures databases of the Russian Federation President's staff and those of federal bodies of state authority;

use state, including government, signals and communications systems; in keeping with established procedures, bring in scientists and specialists to carry out specific tasks;

interact in keeping with established procedures with independent units of the Russian Federation President's staff, federal bodies of state authority, bodies of state authority of Russian Federation components, as well as institutions, organizations, and officials on matters within its competence;

prepare proposals on signing, in keeping with established procedures, contracts with scientific-research organizations, institutions, and specialists to carry out work on the problems of the defense-industrial complex of the Russian Federation;

summarize and present to the Security Council information on matters within its competence;

determine the agenda for Commission meetings and compile lists of persons invited to attend.

8. The Commission's work shall be carried out in accordance with plans approved by the Security Council Secretary.

9. Commission meetings are to be held at least once a month. If necessary, out-of-turn meetings may be held.

Commission members' presence at meetings is mandatory. They are not authorized to delegate their powers to others. In the event of a Commission member's absence from a meeting, he has the right to present his opinion on the issues under consideration in writing.

10. Commission members possess equal rights in the discussion of matters under consideration at the meeting. Commission decisions are to be adopted by a majority vote of Commission members present at the meeting and formalized by a protocol signed by the Commission chairman. In the event a Commission member disagrees with the decision, he has the right to present his opinion in writing, which must then be attached to the meeting protocol.

Commission decisions approved by the Security Council Secretary are mandatory for consideration by federal bodies of executive authority.

11. Information, material-technical, and other support for the Commission's activities shall be provided by the Security Council staff, as well as, when necessary, by federal bodies of state authority represented in the Commission membership.


List of Members of the
Interagency Commission on Problems of the Defense-Industrial Complex of the
Russian Federation Security Council

Urinson Ya.M. -- deputy chairman of the Russian Federation Government -- Russian Federation minister of the economy (Commission chairman),

Pak Z.P. -- state secretary -- Russian Federation deputy minister of the economy (Commission deputy chairman),

Vladimirov V.V. -- deputy department chief, main directorate of the General Staff of the Russian Federation Armed Forces,

Gaponov-Grekhov A.V. -- director, Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences,

Grigoryev V.A. -- chief, Presidential Programs Center,

Dedyukhin M.T. -- directorate chief, Federal Security Service of Russia,

Yevstratov V.A. -- deputy chairman, Saratov Oblast Government,

Zhurakovskiy V.M. -- first deputy minister of general and professional education of the Russian Federation,

Zevakin Yu.F. -- directorate chief, Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia,

Zolotarev P.S. -- deputy chief, Russian Federation Defense Council staff,

Isayev L.K. -- deputy chairman, Russian State Committee on Standards,

Koptev Yu.N. -- general director, Russian Space Agency,

Kuzmitskiy A.A. -- deputy minister of science and technology of the Russian Federation,

Lutsenko G.G. -- deputy department chief, Russian Federation President's Main State-Legal Administration,

Mamedov G.E. -- deputy minister of foreign affairs of the Russian Federation,

Mikheyev S.V. -- president and general designer of the Kamov Publicly Held Joint-Stock Company,

Mozgalev V.F. -- deputy minister of the economy of the Russian Federation,

Petrov V.A. -- first deputy minister of finance of the Russian Federation,

Polovnikov S.P. -- general director, Kompomash corporation,

Pylnev V.V. -- deputy chairman, State Committee for the Administration of State Property of Russia,

Ryabov L.D. -- Russian Federation first deputy minister of atomic energy,

Salo V.V. -- deputy minister of the economy of the Russian Federation,

Svechnikov S.I. -- deputy minister of foreign economic relations and trade of the Russian Federation,

Sitnov A.P. -- armaments chief, Russian Federation Armed Forces,

Spasskiy I.D. -- general designer, Rubin Central Design Bureau,

Fedosov Ye.A. -- chief, State Scientific-Research Institute for Aviation Systems,

Shankin Yu.P. -- deputy general director, Federal Government Communications and Information Agency,

Shipunov A.G. -- chief, Priborostroyeniye design bureau.