Li Biying, CPPCC Member: Introducing Third Party Institutions into Government Comprehensive Supervision

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 Li Biying, CPPCC Member: Introducing Third Party Institutions into Government Comprehensive Supervision


During this years NPC and CPPCC sessions, Li Biying, member of the Standing Committee of the CPPCC National Committee, the Standing Committee of the CPPCC Central Committee and the Chairman of the Shanghai Municipal Committee of the CPPCC National Committee, intends to submit a proposal entitled Recommendations on introducing third-party organizations to participate in the comprehensive supervision of the government, and improving the mechanism of social participation and supervision, in order to provide suggestions and suggestions for strengthening

The proposal points out that under the background of the increasingly heavy regulatory tasks, the strengthening of regulatory resources and environmental constraints, and the increasing regulatory risks, it is urgent to introduce social forces to participate in the comprehensive regulatory mechanism. Despite the demand for government regulatory information to go out market and the high enthusiasm of third-party organizations to cooperate, due to the lack of institutionalized design arrangements, there are only scattered cases of reform and exploration, and no institutionalized and systematic promotion mechanism has yet been formed.

For example, although the post-event comprehensive supervision platform of Pudong New Area has docked the third-party platform Sesame Credit corporate public opinion information and corporate credit scoring, it is still in the preliminary stage of exploration on how to embed the external social credit evaluation into the comprehensive supervision platform and how to use the access third-party platform information.

Li Biying suggested introducing third-party institutions to improve the efficiency of comprehensive supervision and improve the co-governance and sharing pattern of market supervision. Specifically, it includes two suggestions:

Firstly, we should explore the benign mode of social third-party institutions participating in comprehensive supervision.

Strengthen the benign interaction between government supervision departments and social third-party organizations, promote the construction of credit system in the field of Commerce by social third-party organizations and government departments, carry out industry credit evaluation, improve industry credit reward and punishment system, and promote the joint incentive and dishonesty of both sides in cross-border trade (customs, national tax, inspection and quarantine), government procurement, tax supervision and other application scenarios. We should punish and strengthen cooperation in information exchange, credit portraits of market participants and co-construction of enterprise credit models in the management of small and medium-sized enterprises.

Second, to build qualified third-party institutions.

We will further play the role of trade associations and chambers of Commerce in the field of industry self-discipline, support trade associations and chambers of Commerce in formulating industry standards, promote conditional trade associations and chambers of Commerce in carrying out industry credit evaluation, and establish information sharing and linkage rewards and penalties mechanism among trade associations, chambers of commerce, government approval departments and regulatory departments. At the same time, full mobilization of professional institutions, industry experts, the public and public opinion supervision and other forces to promote social co-governance in an all-round way, constantly enhance the level of market supervision, improve market governance capabilities, and effectively provide greater support for optimizing the business environment.