A Digital Platform For Tariff Regulation By The Federal Antimonopoly Service

Abstract

The article provides a rationale for the relevance of developing a digital platform for tariff regulation of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, as well as its architecture, the construction of which is proposed to be carried out using modern means of intellectualization of management. Presents the typology of digital platforms and their distinctive characteristics, examples of platforms in the global and domestic economy, which provide access to a wide range of developers of software or software and hardware solutions to end-to-end digital technology to work with data. Detailed technological solutions for creating digital platforms are described; historically established interpretation of the concept of "platform" in the market of information and communication technologies, which came into common use several decades ago and still dominates in the minds of many people as "programming platforms", "hardware platforms", etc. This paper proposes to generalize this multitude of "platforms" into one type of tool digital platform, as such platforms actually provide broad access to development and debugging tools, separating it in conceptual terms from other types of digital platforms, the formation of which is relevant for the development of digital economy in the Russian Federation. The proposed material is timed to the formation of the type of conceptual modules that form the architecture of the digital platform of tariff regulation of the Federal Antimonopoly Service.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.186

Online ISSN

2357-1330