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MOSCOW, September 17 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed Lyudmila Vorobyeva from the post of the director of the Federal Service for Defence Contracts. Putin’s relevant decree was posted at the Kremlin website on Monday.
The presidential decree enters into force since the day it was signed.
Lyudmila Vorobyeva worked as the head of the Federal Service for Defence Contracts since December 2011, before this date she occupied the post of the first deputy director.
She was born in Leningrad on August 29, 1953. She is an economist by education. In 2002-2004 she worked as the deputy head of the St. Petersburg branch of the Federal Taxation Service, headed this service in 2005. From 2009 to 2011 she headed the Moscow branch of the Federal Taxation Service.
Before this year the Federal Service for Defence Contracts was subordinate to the Defence Ministry, then the agency was put under control of the government. The service performs supervising functions in the state defence contracts and in the placement of orders, which do not relate to the defence contracts and the information about which constitutes the state secret.