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New performance indicators for Kremlin employees reportedly include social optimism and decreased protests

Source: RBC

Six Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) have been formulated for certain divisions of the Kremlin’s staff, two sources close to Russia’s presidential administration told RBC. The list of KPIs includes a decreased potential for protests, political stability in Russia’s regions, increased numbers of patriotic youth, and increased social optimism. The criteria, which will be measured according to surveys conducted by state-run polling agencies, will be evaluated once a year, RBC’s sources said. In late April, Vladimir Putin signed an order introducing performance indicators for regional governors that included faith in the government and the president personally.