According to the proposals of the Ministry, by default the procurement of imported equipment will be prohibited, but the Ministry will maintain a list of products to which this prohibition does not apply. When purchasing goods from this special list will operate the mechanism of the “second extra” rejects all bids for the supply of foreign-made products, if submitted at least one application for delivery of electronic products from the unified register of the Russian electronic products.

the Ministry is confident that Russian producers will have enough resources to replace most of the imported supplies. Already purchased all kinds of electronic products, while there are industries with a guaranteed demand, exceeding 10 billion rubles per year, noted in the Ministry.

Many large companies and agencies continued to buy foreign electronics, complains Ivan Pokrovsky, Executive Director of the Association of Russian developers and manufacturers of electronics (ARPA). But in some sectors the Russian production is a significant proportion, for example, almost 60% of the security market, 80% of the market of household and industrial electricity meters. A large number of Russian solutions used in railway automation, monitoring of road transport.

But not so simple, said Ivan Pokrovsky. Industry-important technical policy customers, it is a technical specification determines the choice of products. And it can be made so that the approach will only be some samples of foreign manufacture, and Russian goods, even if the rule of “second extra” to do at competitions there will be nothing.

In terms of increasing the value of IT security, the use of electronic equipment of foreign production carries significant risks, according to ARPA. To solve the problem in Association propose radical to implement in techpolicy major state-owned companies and departments the obligation to use Russian electronics and invest in developing its own hardware and software, including through reallocation of funds within national projects. Within five years it is possible to fully make the transition, believes Ivan Pokrovsky. As an example, he cites the experience of localization of production of TV sets with a large depth of processing.