Federal Service for Defence Contracts

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Rosoboronzakaz chief Sergei Maev in 1998 (when he worked for the Ministry of Defense).

Federal Service for Defence Contracts of the Russian Federation (short name Rosoboronzakaz) was the governmental office that obeyed the Russian Ministry of Defence.

It controlled and supervised Russian central and regional executive authorities and officials when they acted in the area of contracting services for the needs of the Ministry.[1]

It was formed on 11 March 2003.[2] On 8 September 2014 president Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev agreed to dissolve it.[3]

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Coordinates: 55°46′05″N 37°38′21″E / 55.76806°N 37.63917°E / 55.76806; 37.63917