Authorities to spend 3.2 trillion rubles on the largest national project in electronics

The government has prepared a preliminary concept of a new national project in the field of electronics, on which 3.19 trillion rubles will be spent until 2030.

Implementation of the national project will go in four directions: product, infrastructure, demand, personnel. Separate federal projects will be prepared for them. Deputy Prime Ministers Yury Borisov and Dmitry Chernyshenko are responsible for implementing the project.

In 2022, the authorities will launch a program to re-engineer foreign solutions and transfer their production to Russia and China, as well as a program for the development of electronic engineering. By 2024 they will ensure 100% import substitution in all areas, and by 2030 they will “complete the formation of a product portfolio of Russian technologies”. They will spend 1.14 trillion rubles on this. (column “Product”).

The “Infrastructure” column includes the launch of microelectronics production based on 90 nm standards, and by 2030 the mass production of electronics based on 28 nm technology. By 2030 it is planned to increase the number of Russian design centers from 70 to 300. By 2030, 460 billion rubles will be allocated for these purposes.

The Demand direction will receive 1.28 trillion rubles. According to the plan, 30% of households in Russia will use predominantly Russian electronics by 2030, and the share of domestic electronics in the government procurement market will be 100%.

The “Personnel” direction will require 309 billion rubles by 2030. It is planned to conduct 2 thousand research works and create 400 prototypes of new electronics. The authorities also expect to increase the personnel conversion rate of university graduates from 5% to 35% and to create at least 1000 design teams on the basis of educational design centers.

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