The role of research institutes in scientific support of state strategic plans


Object: Article determines the main directions and conceptual approaches of research institutions in the framework of scientific support for the methodology of strategic planning in modern conditions.

Methods: The scientific abstraction method supported with information analysis and grouping.

Results: This article discusses current problems and key tasks of modernizing scientific-methodological and information-analytical support for the state strategic management of socio-economic development. Main trends in the evolution of objects and subjects of management in the conditions of digital transformation of the information society are investigated. In addition, this research describes the institutional basis for building and functioning of the strategic planning system of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Also, the article presents a structural diagram of a complex of heterogeneous models of strategic planning of socio-economic development. Project solutions have been proposed to build architecture and develop a prototype computer support system for scenario modeling technology in the development of multi-level strategic solutions for the planning of socio-economic development in the emerging infrastructure of the digital economy.

Conclusions: The study showed the importance and urgency of modernizing the methodological and analytical support of the strategic planning system of the Republic of Kazakhstan, considering the main consequences and requirements for the creation and dissemination of digital technologies in various spheres of society. The most important characteristics of innovative changes in the structure and content of strategic planning tasks, the solution of which relates to the unification of the format of presentation of quantitative and qualitative assessments in the digital environment have been revealed. This can improve the degree of validity and coherence of the planned decisions and regulatory measures developed by the state in the area of planning of socio-economic development and ensuring the national security of the Republic of Kazakhstan.


The key direction of public policy, which requires full legislative regulation, is the formation of a system of state strategic planning in the country, which would be adequate to the requirements of today. The world and our own experience show that the successful socio-economic development of the country largely depends on building an effective system of strategic planning. The absence of such an approach leads to the fact that the country is developing in a context of blurred strategic priorities and disunity of economic entities in achieving common goals. Accordingly, mechanisms for concentrating resources on solving medium-and long-term state tasks do not work. First of all, this is due to the country's transition to a long-term development strategy linking the development of the economy, social sphere, civil society, the country's financial system, its demographic, productive, intellectual and resource capabilities with national security objectives within the framework of public administration. This raises the number of questions related to issues of compliance with available reserve in the area of methodology, analytical, and information technology (instrumental) support the design, development, implementation and maintenance of systems and mechanisms of management, technology promotion of these initiatives. It is necessary to clearly understand the degree of solution of applied problems associated with the problems of strategic planning, the nature of possible gaps between the existing logical-cognitive and information-analytical potential of existing automated systems to

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Literature Review

Mechanisms of scientific justification, analysis of mathematical and instrumental tools used in the system of state strategic planning for justification and analysis, development and adjustment of management decisions to regulate socio-economic development, are sufficiently presented in the scientific literature.

Considering the basics of strategic planning, Belyakov, G.P., Belyakov, S.A., & Shpak, A.S. (2019) and Borbasova, Z.N., Sedlarskiy, T., Bezler, O.D. (2019) highlight the problems and shortcomings of the system and infrastructure of state strategic planning.

Some scientists note the existence of a peculiar gap in the field of methodological provision of state planning functions (Pupysheva, T.N. (2014), Maass, G. (2013)). The study of publications demonstrates the need to improve the regulatory and methodical, information-analytical and technological support of planning (Mironov, A.V. (2012), Sutherland, K.A. (2018)). It is impossible not to notice the growing discrepancy between the composition and content of management tasks, which are solved at different levels and in different areas of management of the strategic planning system, and the tools used to address them, including previously tested mathematical methods and models.

According to Bolander, K. & McGrath, C. (2020) the essence of the cause-and-effect approach in the strategic process, according to the author, is to conduct three procedures: 1) full and coordinated consideration of factors that affect the formation of sustainable development problems, risks of socio-economic development and threats to national security at the Federal, sectoral, regional and municipal levels; 2) establishing the relationship and synergy of factors to identify each problem (threat); 3) differentiated, coordinated, consistent and adequate choice of methods for solving problems and eliminating threats, taking into account the variety of factors that create problems and threats and the nature of their manifestation at the appropriate levels.

The current reality raises a whole range of problems, increasingly explored by the scientific community. Summarizing a large number of scientific studies using the example of strategic planning analysis at the meso level (regional level) Analiticheskiy doklad Analiz sistem strategicheskogo planirovaniya i prognozirovaniya Respubliki Belarus, Respubliki Kazakhstan i Rossiyskoy Federatsii (2014). has identified the following problems: 1) insufficient level of methodical support; 2) non-compliance with macroeconomic indicators in planned activities and aggregation of other indicators; 3) fragmentation of plans at different levels of government.

The latter is also influenced by changes in the technological order, one of the manifestations of which is the formation of the infrastructure of the information society based on the global spread and changes in the characteristics of communication and computer technology. Therefore, research institutes, due to the development of mathematical apparatus and information and analytical technologies, use these mechanisms to support research and manage socio-economic systems.


Strategic planning should be considered by all public authorities and management as a universal tool that provides a systematic and interrelated strategic goal setting, setting and implementing major public tasks using the mechanism of public-private partnership and integrated consideration of a variety of internal and external factors. It is strategic planning that can improve the efficiency and quality of public administration in the harsh conditions of globalization and increase strategic risks to development and threats to national security. A wide range of various sources of official information was processed, including normative legal and strategic policy documents, statistical data, scientific and specialized publications, information and reference materials of international organizations.


The focus of scientific and methodological support of the strategic planning system as a mechanism of public administration is shifting towards the formation and implementation of unified algorithms for analyzing a huge array of information contained in strategic planning documents, the widespread use of software and mathematical tools for simulating the dynamics of complex socio-economic systems, methods for assessing the state of economic sectors and social spheres, and making management decisions on the choice of optimal development scenarios, to overcome the identified risks and threats. In this regard, it seems appropriate to strengthen the mechanisms for the formation of fundamental and applied research in the field of Economics and public administration, creating a scientific and methodological environment for the digital economy, the legal framework for the widespread use of algorithms for "big data" and artificial intelligence technologies in the system of strategic planning for socio-economic development and ensuring national security. It is obvious that the research subject matter is of an interdisciplinary nature with a focus on practical results and the widespread use of IT technologies, which indicates systemic changes in the organization of scientific research, increasing the demands of customers to their results.

Analysis of the use of the project approach in state administration

In the Republic of Kazakhstan, the practice of applying the project approach in public administration is mainly related to the implementation of state programs.

The rules for the development of state programs were firstly approved in a Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated January 21, 2003. These rules were developed in order to ensure a unified approach to the development of state programs in the Republic of Kazakhstan and defined organizational and methodological bases, General principles for the formation of state programs, the procedure for their development, approval and approval, as well as monitoring their implementation.

The analysis of the effectiveness of budgetary programmes was carried out in accordance with the Rules for assessing the effectiveness of budget programmes approved by the Government of Kazakhstan on 21 July 2004, which determined the manner in which budget programmes were conducted and assessed in the process of their planning, implementation and internal monitoring of their implementation. According to these rules, the evaluation of the effectiveness of budget programmes was carried out to determine the degree to which the ultimate goal of the programmes is achieved, using criteria of efficiency, timeliness, quality and cost effectiveness.

Peformance assessment is achieved by determining the direct and final outcome of the budget programme administrator. A direct result of the activities of the budget program administrator is a quantitative indicator, characterizing the volume of services provided (performed works) by the administrator of budget programs during the reporting period.

The result of the budget program administrator's activities is a qualitative indicator, characterizing the administrator of budget programs of public policy goals in the budget execution process.

In 2007, these Rules were amended by the decree Of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated August 20, 2007 on the issues of evaluating the effectiveness of budget programs in internal control over the implementation of budget programs.

It is also noted that during performance control the following are subject of verification:

  • execution of measures by deadlines;
  • expected results;
  • indicators after the completion of the budget programs;
  • targeted use of grants;
  • guaranteed government loans;
  • assessment of the efficiency and productivity of state assets.

The cost-effectiveness assessment refers to the fact that the monitored object has achieved the specified results using the smallest amount of public funds or the best result using the specified amount of public funds when fully implementing the measures provided for in the budget program passport.

Productivity assessment is determined by the ratio between the output of products, the volume of services rendered and other results of the activities of the objects of control and the material, financial, labor and other resources spent on obtaining these results.

The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan on 28 February 2007 in his annual address to the nation "New Kazakhstan in new world" highlighted the important direction of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan on building a qualitatively new model of state administration on principles of corporate governance, effectiveness, transparency and accountability.

In order to implement the message of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Government of Kazakhstan has developed a concept for the implementation of a results-based state planning system.

The aim of the Concept is to develop basic approaches and principles for the gradual formation and implementation of a well-functioning new model of state planning in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The following objectives are set in order to achieve this goal:

  • Development of new approaches to the development and content of policy documents aimed at increasing the independence of public authorities in decision-making, as well as strengthening their responsibility for the services provided and achieving final results by setting targets (indicators);
  • Creating a logical vertical of state planning: strategic development goals of the country-strategic development goals of state bodies - specific tasks-indicators - budget resources;
  • Reform of the budget process in order to ensure transparency and public control over the activities of state bodies related to the development and implementation of program documents and their use of budget funds.

The acceptation of the Budget Code was the basis for the transition to results-oriented budgeting.

The introduction of the state planning system allowed:

  1. build a hierarchy of state planning documents: form a logical vertical of state planning, identify key areas of economic development and, through decomposition, direct the activities of state bodies to implement strategic objectives;
  2. introduce new approaches to the development of program documents aimed at increasing the independence of state bodies, as well as strengthening their responsibility for the development of industries and areas, achieving targets and final results;
  3. regulate all state planning processes, implement control over the implementation of documents of the state planning System (monitoring, evaluation);
  4. create conditions for effective management of state and other resources in accordance with priorities and strategic objectives.

The stages of the state planning system include development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and control. Strategic and program documents, strategic plans of state bodies, and territorial development programs are monitored based on the results of monitoring and evaluation.

The next important event in the development of Kazakhstan's public administration was the development of the Concept for the Improvement of the State Planning System, which was approved by the Government of Kazakhstan on August 2, 2013 No. 765. The concept of improving the Results-based Public Planning System is based on a comprehensive analysis of the current state planning system, taking into account international experience, which contains the basic principles and approaches for the further development of the public planning system, as well as defines the objectives and objectives of public policy on public planning.

Public planning is an integral part of effective and effective public administration.

The effectiveness of public administration largely depends on the approach applied. In our opinion, the introduction of a project approach to the system of government helps to improve the efficiency of the implementation of state programs.

By analyzing government planning regulations, the publications of experts and heads of government bodies revealed the following problems:

  • Weak legislative regulation of the state planning process;
  • Lack of appropriate guidelines on government and socio-economic development programmes;
  • Certified project management professionals are not involved in the development and implementation of government programs and projects.

Assessing the effectiveness of government programs and projects

In order to effectively solve the problems of scientific and methodological support of the strategic planning system as a mechanism of public administration, we consider it appropriate to establish the following definition: "State needs in the field of scientific research – these are the results of search and applied research funded from the Federal or regional budget, expected and used by public authorities for the purpose of directly improving the mechanisms and solving the tasks of public administration in the sphere of competence established in accordance with legal acts, based on the principles of strategic planning." As a result, the functional criteria for the formation of a thematic list of research and applied research in the field of Economics and public administration are to:

the topics of applied research directly correspond to the key objectives of improving governance mechanisms, established the basic strategic planning documents;

  • terms of reference, mechanism implementation and results of scientific research directly provided state needs in the sphere of competence of the public authority customer works;
  • - the results of scientific research represented a set of new knowledge and practically important information on the subject oresearch, awell as a necessary ansufficient list of tools and recommendations fothe operational use of the results in the practical activities othe customer. The ideal interaction between customer and performer othe researcwork in the process othe acceptance procedures is the willingness tconsolidate the main research resultin the format of a plan ("road" maps) measures for their implementatioin activitieof a customer of works, the preparation of which will be identified anprevented possible implementation risks.

In the Republic of Kazakhstanthe Institutof economic research and the Kazakhstani Institute for strategic studies under the President othe Republic of Kazakhstan play a role in solving the tasks of scientifiand methodological support of the strategic planning system.

The Institute of Economic Research has many years of experience in methodological and expert supporof the state planning system in the country. The main activities of the Institute of Economic Research of strategic nature are presented in Figure 1.

According to the Institute of economic research (2020)the main strategic directions includthe following projects:

  • Methodological support of the state planning system;
  • Development ostrategic and program documents (Strategic development plan until 2025; Exporstrategy; Updating of the Forecast scheme of territorial and spatial development of the country; Strategy fothe development of the service sector in the Republic of Kazakhstan until 2030);
  • Expert and analytical support for improving the monitoring of the implementation of documents othe state planning Syste(SSP);
  • Revision of documents of the SSP (Strategic development plan of the Republic of Kazakhstan, statprograms, etc.);
  • Expert and analytical supporof the implementation of the sustainable development Goalin Kazakhstan (recommendations for integrating the principles, objectives and indicators of the to the documents ostate planning System; Assistance tlocal Executive bodies in the process of localizing the SDGs in the regions; Promotion of community involvement in the implementation of the SDGs).

Scientific justification of strategic documents carried out by the Institute of economic research plays aimportant role in the sustainable development of the national economy, which is determined noonly by thsize of the economic effect, but also primarily bthe socio-political results of the activities of state bodies.

Experand analytical support for improving the monitoring of the implementation of documents of thstate planning System conducted by the Institutof economic research inecessary for:

  • control over the solution of program tasks and achievement of thmain planned results of implementation of strategic programs;
  • evaluating the effectiveness of budget spending;


  • assessment of the actual contribution ostate programs to the socio-economic development of thcountry;
  • improving the efficiency aneffectiveness of prograimplementation.

The success and effectiveness of long-terdevelopment strategies, state and regional programs largeldepends noonly on thquality of development, but also othe mechanisms for their implementation. Thimplementation of thesdocumentis carried out through the strategic plans of state bodies, strategies andevelopment plans of national holdings and companies, industry programs and, of course, the national anlocal budgets.

An important role in the sustainable development of the national economy of the country is played bstrategic plans of a socio-economic nature, which are formeon the basis of the developed strategic goals othe Strategic development plan of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The main researcactivities othe Kazakhstan Institute for strategic studies under the President of thRepublic are shown in figure 2.

The main researcareas of thKazakhstaInstitute for strategic studies under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2020) include:

  • Socio-political processes in modern Kazakhstan: analysis of the current political situatioin Kazakhstan, including monitoring of the socio-politicasituation ithe Republic of Kazakhstan; comprehensive research on political anideologicamodernization; forecasting and modeling of socio-political processesanalysis of the state of political institutions, interethnic and interfaith relations, issues of countering religiouextremism and terrorism; study of current mediprocesses and information trends;
  • Socio-economic processes imodern Kazakhstan anthe world: research challenges and trends of social development of the Republic oKazakhstan; monitorinthe socio-economic situation in the Republic oKazakhstan; study of tendencies odevelopment of world economy anthe analysis of their impact on theconomy oKazakhstan; analysis oregional development, including thstudy of the processes of urbanization and migration; study of the problems of economic security of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
  • Strategic aspectof foreign policy: monitoring of modern geopolitical vectorand analysis of foreigpolicy strategies; monitoring of domestic and socio-economic development of neighboring countries; analysis of Kazakhstan's bilateral relations with Russia, China, thUnited States, Turkey, Central Asian countriesthe European Union, the Eurasian Economic Union and thCIS; analysis of integration processes at the regional and global levels; study of international security and peacekeepinefforts of Kazakhstan.

According to the materials of the Kazakhstan Institutfor strategic studies under the President of thRepublic oKazakhstan, the scientific justification of the country's strategic plans is due to thneed to increase the efficiency obudget expenditures that ensure thstructuring of budget expenditures according tthe goals and objectiveof long-terstate policy.

Scientific support of projects carried out bthe Kazakhstan Institutfor strategic studies under the President of the Republic oKazakhstaare designed to determine the goals, objectives and tools ostate policaimed at implementing the prioritieof the country's strategic development and ensuring nationasecurity.

Summarizing our research, we note that the use of scientific support in the state strategic planning of the Republic of Kazakhstan has its own characteristics. Public administration, based on the scale of activity, is one of the areas that most often faces changes of various kinds. Here, scientific support provided by research institutes can be a so-called "universal technology for effective change management", since the advanced management methodology dictates the presence of constant monitoring for regular adjustments to the plan, its constant refinement and improvement of results. Therefore, in state strategic planning, it is important to focus not only on public policy, but also on scientific support.


The methodology of strategic planning provides for a system of short -, medium-and long-term forecasts of socio-economic development, selection of priorities for technical and economic development, tools and mechanisms for their implementation.

Structuring of already adopted and developed socio-economic development programs is a necessary component of working on the strategy. Their targets and implementation measures should undergo a systematic coordination procedure, which will require evaluating the measure of their resource balance, identifying possible contradictions between targets and economic policy instruments, justifying the requirements for their synchronization, identifying bottlenecks and setting the task of supplementing the existing set of programs with new ones in order to ensure a critical mass of impacts on the course of reproduction processes and minimizing negative system effects.

In this work, the use of balance-based planning methods should be resumed, considering the limited scope and forms of their application determined by market mechanisms. An integral element of the process of developing a socio-economic strategy is forecasting, which should ensure the construction of several coordinated variants of socio-economic policy and scenarios for the development of the Russian economy and on this basis set the task of determining the preferred socio-economic policy. At the same time, a necessary condition for strategic planning is a clear goal setting, including the separation of goals, criteria for the success of development (fundamental goals and second-level goals with measurable macro indicators) and instrumental goals. To complete the strategic planning system, it is necessary to introduce norms of responsibility for achieving the planned results and using the necessary tools of macroeconomic policy. This includes establishing legal norms of economic responsibility of organizations and administrative responsibility of managers for meeting the development targets set by the Government.


Considering the activities of research institutes, it can be concluded that the scientific support of state strategic planning has the following components:

  1. methodological support. The need to improve the methodology of strategic planning, and the impact of digitalization processes on objects and subjects of management at various levels in terms of unification of formats for describing heterogeneous information and standardization of the structure of its processing services creates prerequisites for the modernization of analytical and computer tools for strategic planning;
  2. information support. Detailed information of a sociological, technological, economic, environmental and other nature determines the need for the formation of a methodology for building programming complexes and monitoring the development of socio-economic systems at various levels using methods of artificial intelligence technologies;
  3. legal support. Legal education of civil servants, formation of their legal awareness of the value of state strategic planning, their awareness of its effectiveness and instrumental suitability in public activities;
  4. personnel support. Improving the system of training qualified personnel (analysts) engaged in the field of state strategic planning. Specialists of this profile should be trained purposefully in higher education institutions, as part of the implementation of basic educational programs, as well as professional retraining and advanced training programs.



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Year: 2020
City: Karaganda
Category: Economy