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JSC Glavny the scientific innovation computer center (earlier — the Main research computer center of Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation) is one of leaders in the Russian market in the field of automation of difficult business processes.

The GNIVC has long-term experience with state bodies and the commercial organizations, renders a full range of services in design and development of automated information systems, software packages, to their implementation and maintenance for all lifecycle.

More than 25 years the GNIVC is a developer of automated information system of FTS. The software packages developed by GNIVC are used by tax authorities and taxpayers.

For July, 2017 the staff of the center totals over 800 employees in 6 regions of Russia that allows to resolve quickly issues of implementation and maintenance of the automation equipment. Most of employees — highly qualified specialists in the development area of complex automated systems, consulting and information technologies and in the information security fields having certificates of global manufacturers program and hardware.

JSC GNIVC has own educational and methodical center and testing laboratory of software tools.

Information technologies in FTS

Main article: Federal Tax Service (information systems)

History

2016: Conversion

On May 5 on the website www.gnivc.ru information that the federal state unitary enterprise "Main Research Computer Center of the Federal Tax Service" (Federal State Unitary Enterprise GNIVC FTS) is reorganized into joint-stock company "Main Scientific Innovation Intensive Center" (JSC GNIVC) appeared (The certificate on state registration of the legal entity in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities of May 06, 2016 series 77 No. 017806250).

JSC GNIVC is a legal successor of Federal State Unitary Enterprise GNIVC FTS by all its rights and duties, including on all agreements signed by Federal State Unitary Enterprise GNIVC FTS.

A founder of the center is the Russian Federation on behalf of Federal Agency for State Property Management.