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