The Commission’s main goals are preparing suggestions to the President on improving legal and organisational support for the civil service, as well as suggestions on developing state policy on forming the management personnel pool and putting it to effective use, and issues pertaining to the development strategy for Russia’s talent pool. Also, the Commission will be responsible for examining proposals on improving legislation on civil service, materials on civil service reform and development, draft laws and other regulatory acts on civil service, as well as developing recommendations to the governors of Russia’s regions on improving work with regional management personnel pool and its effective use. Moreover, the Commission will look into draft laws and other regulatory acts concerning the creation and effective use of the management personnel pool, as well as training of management personnel, and monitoring and analysing practical application of legislation on civil service. The Commission shall undertake to brief the President on the state of affairs in this area and, in accordance with the President’s instructions, look into other issues falling within its competence.
The Commission for Military Technology Cooperation with Foreign States is an advisory and consultative body that prepares suggestions to the President on key aspects of state policy with regard to military technology cooperation between the Russian Federation and foreign states.
The Presidential Commission for Screening Candidates for Federal Judges is an advisory body under the President of the Russian Federation to help the President exercise his constitutional authority to appoint federal judges.
The Interdepartmental Commission for the Implementation of the National Programme to Assist the Voluntary Resettlement in Russia of Compatriots Currently Living Abroad is a collective body that manages and monitors the implementation of the National Programme to Assist the Voluntary Resettlement in Russia of Compatriots Currently Living Abroad.
The Presidential Commission for State Decorations is an advisory body under the President of the Russian Federation to help the President exercise his constitutional authority to decide on awarding state decorations and conferring honorary titles of the Russian Federation.
The Commission for Rehabilitation of the Victims of Political Repression is a presidential consultative body that helps the president to exercise his constitutional powers as guarantor of human rights and freedoms in carrying out Russian Federation Law On Rehabilitation of the Victims of Political Repression of October 18, 1991.
The Presidential Commission for Citizenship Issues is a presidential consultative and advisory body that helps the president in the exercise of his constitutional powers regarding Russian Federation citizenship issues and decisions to grant political asylum.
The Commission’s principal duties include examination of candidacies for heads of law enforcement agencies, drafting proposals for the President on candidates for senior law enforcement posts and on extending the service mandates of servicemen, law enforcement personnel and federal civil servants holding senior law enforcement posts; performance assessments for candidates and current holders of senior law enforcement posts, including personality assessment measuring their professional and personal characteristics and compliance with anti-corruption law requirements; other issues concerning the law enforcement agencies’ personnel policy.
The President of the Russian Federation’s Commission for Monitoring Targeted Socioeconomic Development Achievement Indicators in the Russian Federation, as determined by the President of the Russian Federation, is a consultative and advisory body for the President of the Russian Federation, aimed at improving work to ensure the achievement of socioeconomic development targets in the Russian Federation, as determined by the President of the Russian Federation.