Ki kk: KIKK Festival 2021 – Edition 10

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AirNav: KIKK – Greater Kankakee Airport

FAA INFORMATION EFFECTIVE 09 SEPTEMBER 2021

Location

FAA Identifier:  IKK
Lat/Long:  41-04-17.0000N 087-50-46.6000W
41-04.283333N 087-50.776667W
41.0713889,-87.8462778
(estimated)
Elevation:  629.5 ft. / 191.9 m (surveyed)
Variation:  04W (2020)
From city:  3 miles S of KANKAKEE, IL
Time zone:  UTC -5 (UTC -6 during Standard Time)
Zip code:  60901

Airport Operations

Airport use:  Open to the public
Control tower:  no
ARTCC:  CHICAGO CENTER
FSS:  KANKAKEE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
NOTAMs facility:  IKK (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance:  APR-OCT 0700-1900, NOV-APR 0730-1700
Wind indicator:  lighted
Segmented circle:  yes
Lights:  ACTVT MALSR RWY 04; REIL RWY 22; HIRL RWY 04/22; MIRL RWY 16/34 – CTAF. HIRL RWY 04/22 PRESET TO LOW INTST; TO INCR INTST – CTAF.
Beacon:  white-green (lighted land airport)
Operates sunset to sunrise.

Airport Communications

CTAF/UNICOM:  123.0
WX AWOS-3:  128.475 (815-939-4044)
WX AWOS-AV at C56 (20 nm N):  119.125 (708-534-5256)
  • APCH/DEP SVC PRVDD BY CHICAGO ARTCC (ZAU) ON FREQS 132.5/284.7 (KANKAKEE RCAG).

Nearby radio navigation aids

VOR radial/distance    VOR name    Freq    Var
EONr190/12.2 PEOTONE VORTAC 113. 20 02E
CGTr203/29.1 CHICAGO HEIGHTS VORTAC 114.20 02E
RBSr024/32.7 ROBERTS VOR/DME 116.80 02E
JOTr141/35.6 JOLIET VOR/DME 112.30 02E

 

NDB name    Hdg/Dist    Freq    Var    ID
LUKOW 039/4.1 272 00E IK  .. -.-

Airport Services

Fuel available:  100LL JET-A
Parking:  hangars and tiedowns
Airframe service:  NONE
Powerplant service:  NONE
Bottled oxygen:  NONE
Bulk oxygen:  NONE

Runway Information

Runway 4/22
Dimensions:  5981 x 100 ft. / 1823 x 30 m
Surface:  asphalt/porous friction courses, in good condition
Weight bearing capacity: 
Single wheel:  60.0
Double wheel:  95.0
Runway edge lights:  high intensity
RUNWAY 4    RUNWAY 22
Latitude:  41-03.947348N 41-04.720030N
Longitude:  087-51.292812W 087-50.485720W
Elevation:  624. 2 ft. 629.5 ft.
Traffic pattern:  left left
Runway heading:  042 magnetic, 038 true 222 magnetic, 218 true
Markings:  precision, in good condition nonprecision, in good condition
Visual slope indicator:  4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path) 4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)
Approach lights:  MALSR: 1,400 foot medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights
Runway end identifier lights:  no yes
Touchdown point:  yes, no lights yes, no lights
Instrument approach:  ILS
Runway 16/34
Dimensions:  4398 x 75 ft. / 1341 x 23 m
Surface:  asphalt, in fair condition
Weight bearing capacity: 
Single wheel:  30.0
Double wheel:  40.0
Runway edge lights:  medium intensity
RUNWAY 16    RUNWAY 34
Latitude:  41-04.559017N 41-03.873888N
Longitude:  087-50.777212W 087-50.466732W
Elevation:  620.8 ft. 616. 8 ft.
Traffic pattern:  left left
Runway heading:  165 magnetic, 161 true 345 magnetic, 341 true
Markings:  nonprecision, in good condition nonprecision, in good condition
Visual slope indicator:  4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path) 4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)
Touchdown point:  yes, no lights yes, no lights
Obstructions:  51 ft. tree, 546 ft. from runway, 262 ft. right of centerline, 6:1 slope to clear none

Airport Ownership and Management from official FAA records

Ownership:  Publicly-owned
Owner:  KANKAKEE VALLEY ARPT AUTH
813A E. 4000 S. RD
KANKAKEE, IL 60901
Phone 815-939-1422
Manager:  JEFF BENOIT
813A E. 4000 S. ROAD
KANKAKEE, IL 60901
Phone 815-939-1422
EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

Airport Operational Statistics

Aircraft based on the field:   70
Single engine airplanes:   65
Multi engine airplanes:   4
Helicopters:   1
     
Aircraft operations: avg 137/day *
50%  local general aviation
42%  transient general aviation
6%  military
2%  air taxi
* for 12-month period ending 30 April 2020

Additional Remarks

–  DEER & WATERFOWL ON & INVOF ARPT.
–  PPR REQ FOR ULTRALIGHT OPS CTC AMGR. ULTRALIGHT ACT IN GRASS AREA W OF RWY 04/22 & E OF RWY 16/34.
–  FOR CD IF UNA TO CTC ON FSS FREQ, CTC CHICAGO ARTCC AT 630-906-8921.

Instrument Procedures

NOTE: All procedures below are presented as PDF files. If you need a reader for these files, you should download the free Adobe Reader.

NOT FOR NAVIGATION. Please procure official charts for flight.
FAA instrument procedures published for use from 09 September 2021 at 0901Z to 07 October 2021 at 0900Z.

 
IAPs – Instrument Approach Procedures
ILS OR LOC RWY 04    download (240KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 04    download (231KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 16    download (229KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 22    download (223KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 34    download (230KB)
NOTE: Special Alternate Minimums apply    download (145KB)
NOTE: Special Take-Off Minimums/Departure Procedures apply    download (201KB)

Other nearby airports with instrument procedures:

C56 – Bult Field Airport (20 nm N)
50I – Kentland Municipal Airport (27 nm SE)
KRZL – Jasper County Airport (31 nm E)
KIGQ – Lansing Municipal Airport (31 nm NE)
C09 – Morris Municipal Airport-James R. Washburn Field (33 nm NW)

 
 
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Sunrise and sunset

Times for 28-Sep-2021

  Local
(UTC-5)
  Zulu
(UTC)
Morning civil twilight 06:18 11:18
Sunrise 06:46 11:46
Sunset 18:38 23:38
Evening civil twilight 19:06 00:06

Current date and time
Zulu (UTC)   28-Sep-2021 18:19:07
Local (UTC-5)   28-Sep-2021 13:19:07

 

METAR
KIKK  281755Z AUTO 07006KT 10SM CLR 25/16 A3000 RMK AO2
TAF
KGYY 
38nm NE 
281736Z 2818/2918 04010KT P6SM SKC FM290100 09004KT P6SM SKC FM291400 14006KT P6SM FEW300
KMDW 
43nm N 
281736Z 2818/2924 06010KT P6SM SKC FM290100 09004KT P6SM SKC FM291300 13006KT P6SM FEW300 FM291900 09008KT P6SM FEW300
NOTAMs
NOTAMs are issued by the DoD/FAA and will open in a separate window not controlled by AirNav.
 

 

KIKK/Greater Kankakee General Airport Information

Located in Kankakee, IL, USA

ICAO – KIKK, IATA – IKK, FAA ID – IKK

Lat/Long 

N41-04.3/W087-50.8 

Elevation (ft) 

630 

Fuel Available 

AVGAS JET 

Current UTC 

6:19:24 PM (-6.00) 

Longest Hard Surface Runway (ft) 

5981 x 100, 04/22 

Runway Surface 

Asphalt/PFC 

Local Standard Time 

1:19:24 PM 


More Airport Information (Click to expand)

Airport Light Intensity

HIGH

US Customs Pre-Clearance

No

DST

2nd Sun in Mar 0200L to 1st Sun in Nov 0200L

Airport Hours

Apr-Oct 0700-2100L, Nov-Mar 0700-1900L

Control Tower Hours

Apr-Oct 0700-2100L,

Distance from City

3 MILES S OF CITY

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Airport Restrictions and Information

Kikk Festival 2019 | English

Kikk is the celebration of new technologies, art and design, architecture, 2. 0 media, science and even business, and will explore all these fields with a packed programme. So, how can we assimilate that much content? The festival makes it easy for everyone to learn more in a fun and interactive way. First of all, you can start with Kikk in Town, a non-centric art exhibition that will take over the Belgian city in more than twenty different locations. Furthermore, this year’s edition puts a special focus on the African continent, as the festival collaborates with Ker Thiossane and The Dak’art Biennale with curators Delphine Buysse and Marion Louisgrand Syllat to show a selection of artists from Africa and the diaspora.

For example, Moroccan artist Younes Baba-Ali presents Paraboles, which explores the physical and metaphorical relationship between migrants and their host communities through satellite dishes. South African artist François Knoetze will showcase Core Dump, a piece exploring a hypothetical crash on the capitalist system around the world (set in four chapters happening in four different cities: Dakar, New York, Shenzhen and Kinshasa). Or other artists will talk about borders, limits, cartography and immigration, like Senegalese artist Abdoulaye Armin Kane with his artwork 100 Frontières, or Egyptian artist Magdi Mostafa with the piece The Surface of Spectral Scattering.

After enjoying the several artworks and installations across the city, head to the conference theatre. More than forty conferences will be your best source of knowledge to discover how people in the fields of science, technology, art or engineering are shaping the future. Creative coding, data visualization, VR/AR, machine learning, bio art, design, research… The themes are as wide and varied as their speakers. Among them, we will be able to meet prestigious Memo Akten, who’ll be presenting a talk titled Waves & Gods: Rituals for the Future – he also has the installation Body Paint as part of the Kikk in Town programme; Martin Messier, an audio-visual artist from Montreal speaking about his personal experiences; Giulia Tomasello, working at the intersection of design, biology, wearables and healthcare, who’ll be presenting the project Future Flora, consisting of underwear with bacteria that prevent vaginal infections; or Darsha Hewitt, whose work demystifies the systems hidden in technology through the deconstruction of obsolete domestic technologies.

After enjoying the several artworks and installations across the city, head to the conference theatre. More than forty conferences will be your best source of knowledge to discover how people in the fields of science, technology, art or engineering are shaping the future. Creative coding, data visualization, VR/AR, machine learning, bio art, design, research… The themes are as wide and varied as their speakers. Among them, we will be able to meet prestigious Memo Akten, who’ll be presenting a talk titled Waves & Gods: Rituals for the Future – he also has the installation Body Paint as part of the Kikk in Town programme; Martin Messier, an audio-visual artist from Montreal speaking about his personal experiences; Giulia Tomasello, working at the intersection of design, biology, wearables and healthcare, who’ll be presenting the project Future Flora, consisting of underwear with bacteria that prevent vaginal infections; or Darsha Hewitt, whose work demystifies the systems hidden in technology through the deconstruction of obsolete domestic technologies.

How to unlock all the KK Slider songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

If you want to get the complete set of KK Slider songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you’ll going to have to pull up a stall to our old pal every Saturday as regularly as you can.

There are some secret KK Slider songs to unlock too, and a couple of special tracks that you can get only get through in-game events like your birthday. (Sob for me with a December birthday.) Here’s the full list of KK Slider songs and how to unlock the secret KK Slider songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Secret Songs

KK Slider secret songs

There are three secret KK Slider songs to unlock in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. These are the records that you can only obtain by specifically requesting them during a Saturday KK Slider performance. When KK asks what you want to hear, choose ‘that one song…’ and then type in one of the following exactly to first hear it, and then get it added to your inventory.

  • Animal City
  • Farewell
  • Drivin’

(Image credit: Nintendo)

Mood: Good!

KK Slider songs – Mood: Good!

  • Bubblegum K.K.
  • Cafe K.K.
  • K.K. Calypso
  • K.K. Country
  • K.K. Disco
  • K.K. Dixie
  • K.K. Groove
  • K.K. Mambo
  • K.K. March
  • K.K. Mariachi
  • K.K. Parade
  • K.K. Ragtime
  • K.K. Rockabilly
  • K.K. Salsa
  • K.K. Samba
  • K.K. Ska
  • Mountain Song
  • Neopolitan
  • Spring Blossoms

Mood: Grumpy

KK Slider songs – Mood: Grumpy

  • DJ K.K.
  • Go K.K. Rider!
  • Imperial K.K.
  • K.K. Adventure
  • K.K. Bazaar
  • K.K. Casbah
  • K.K. Crusin’
  • K.K. Flamenco
  • K.K. Jongara
  • K.K. Metal
  • K.K. Rock
  • K.K. Safari
  • K.K. Steppe
  • K.K. Tango
  • Lucky K.K.
  • Rockin’ K.K.
  • Surfin’ K.K.

Mood: Lazy

KK Slider songs – Mood: Lazy

  • Aloha K. K.
  • Forest Life
  • I Love You
  • K.K. Aria
  • K.K. Bossa
  • K.K. Faire
  • K.K. Fusion
  • K.K. Island
  • K.K. Jazz
  • K.K. Love Song
  • K.K. Moody
  • K.K. Reggae
  • K.K. Stroll
  • K.K. Swing
  • K.K. Synth
  • Marine Song 2001
  • Mr. K.K.
  • My Place
  • Pondering
  • Soulful K.K.
  • Wandering

(Image credit: Nintendo)

Mood: A little sad

KK Slider songs – Mood: A little sad

  • Comrade K.K.
  • K.K. Ballad
  • K.K. Chorale
  • K.K. Condor
  • K.K. Dirge
  • K.K. Etude
  • K.K. Lament
  • K.K. Lullaby
  • K.K. Milonga
  • K.K. Sonata
  • K.K. Waltz
  • K.K. Western
  • King K.K.
  • Only Me
  • Stale Cupcakes
  • Steep Hill
  • Two Days Ago

Mood: Hard to say

KK Slider songs – Mood: Hard to say

  • Agent K.K.
  • Hypno K.K.
  • K.K. Blues
  • K.K. D & B
  • K. K. Folk
  • K.K. Gumbo
  • K.K. Marathon
  • K.K. Oasis
  • K.K. Rally
  • K.K. Song
  • K.K. Sould
  • K.K. Technopop
  • Space K.K.
  • The K. Funk
  • To the Edge

Special Songs

KK Slider – Special songs

Finally, there are two special KK Slider songs that you’ll only get through in-game events. One for your birthday, and the other when KK Slider actually comes to your island for the first time. 

  • K.K. Birthday
  • Welcome Horizons

Stream K.K. Slider – Si K.K. o Mode [FULL VERSION] [Buy link = Digital Stores link] by Overspace 2

Download & Stream Sicko Mode (feat. K.K. Slider) ► http://smarturl.it/sikkomode

Watch the track breakdown video here ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qITUKizGeiQ

Comment by Łiv

Top ten dis tracks Eminem had no response to

I love where he says “kwe”.

oo ee ow

Travvis S K. K. Ot

that deep voice is kinda scary ngl

k.k got bars

My computer melted

reee

Comment by bruh

I simp for the picture

na na mi que ✨

epic

Namina

Comment by KYYRU

this is a slapper

so fucking fire omg gimme the sauce

meep

Music to my ears…..

Meep

NAMINA

I just imagined a Travis scott concert but in animal crossing.

I made m/v for this check this here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwGtPlDO-fY&t=117s

bruh

YEET

Talk timmy 2 me

YEET

Reminds me of hyperbole and a half

what my friends hear from me, walking around the corner, when they trash talk animal crossing

First dog recorded live to go”sicko mode”

Comment by OMNOM

NAMINA *wehh*

Comment by Aeoi

kk slide inside me

Reminds me of banjo and kazooie

Activation and phosphorylation of CaM-KI and PKB by CaM-KK.

GST-CaM-KI…

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… Mutants of CaM-KK Are Catalytically Active-To test whether these RP-domain mutants are catalytically defec- tive, we measured their abilities to autophosphorylate. As shown in Fig. 4A, all of the RP-domain mutants showed Ca 2 / calmodulin-dependent autophosphorylation similar to wild- type kinase although the R172A,R177A mutant gave a slightly weaker activity as compared with others. As a second test of catalysis, we determined their abilities to phosphorylate the CaM-KIV activation domain sequence (KKKEHQVLMKT- 196 VCGTPGY) (28) which contains the phosphorylation-activa- tion Thr 196 in CaM-KIV. Again, all of the mutants including the RP-domain deletion could phosphorylate CaM-KIV peptide in a Ca 2 /CaM-dependent manner (Fig. 4B). In these experiments, we used recombinant mutant enzymes expressed in E. coli and partially purified by CaM-Sepharose instead of using transfected COS-7 extract. CaM-KIV activating and phosphorylating activity of both wild-type and RP-domain deletion mutants of E. coli expressed CaM-KK was shown to be essentially the same as COS-7 cell expressed enzyme (see Fig. 5B). We also checked CaM-KIV activating activity of other E. coli-expressed CaM-KK mutants with the same conditions as shown in Fig. 3A with triplicate experiments and obtained essentially the same results as that obtained with COS-7 cell- expressed enzymes (data not shown). These results indicate that deletion and mutations on the RP-domain do not affect catalytic activity with regard to autophosphorylation and pept- ide phosphorylation. Also, the regulatory mechanism of CaM- KK, such as autoinhibition and CaM binding, remained intact with these mutations and …

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… of the RP-domain for Activation of CaM-Ki- nases but Not for PKB-Although the RP-domain mutants can catalyze Ca 2 /calmodulin-dependent autophosphorylation and phosphorylation of a synthetic peptide, we wanted to test other physiological substrates. Two such substrates are CaM-KI and PKB. CaM-KI is phosphorylated on Thr 177 resulting in its activation (7). As shown in Fig. 5A, recombinant GST-CaM-KI wild-type or the indicated rat CaM-KK mutants were subjected to autophosphorylation conditions in the presence or absence of Ca 2 /CaM (see “Experimental Procedures”) and subjected to SDS-10% PAGE and autoradiography. B, E. coli-expressed rat CaM-KK was partially pu- rified by CaM-Sepharose and assayed (50 ng each) for phosphorylation of CaM-KIV peptide (400 M) in the absence (open bar) or presence (solid bar) of Ca 2 /CaM for 10 min (see “Experimental Procedures”). Results represent mean and S.E. of three experiments. was activated and phosphorylated by wild-type CaM-KK as described previously (11). However, activation and phosphoryl- ation of GST-CaM-KI by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK was strongly reduced compared with wild-type (Fig. 5A) in a manner similar to CaM-KIV (Fig. 5B). PKB can be activated through phosphorylation of its activation loop Thr 308 by PDK1 (40) and CaM-KK (25). In contrast to CaM-KI and CaM-KIV, PKB was activated and phosphorylated by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK in a manner comparable to that obtained with wild-type CaM-KK (Fig. 5C) while the rate of activation of PKB by CaM-KK is lower than that of CaM-KI or CaM-KIV which is consistent with previous observations (25). This indi- cates that the RP-domain deletion mutant is catalytically ac- tive and recognizes PKB as its …

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… of the RP-domain for Activation of CaM-Ki- nases but Not for PKB-Although the RP-domain mutants can catalyze Ca 2 /calmodulin-dependent autophosphorylation and phosphorylation of a synthetic peptide, we wanted to test other physiological substrates. Two such substrates are CaM-KI and PKB. CaM-KI is phosphorylated on Thr 177 resulting in its activation (7). As shown in Fig. 5A, recombinant GST-CaM-KI wild-type or the indicated rat CaM-KK mutants were subjected to autophosphorylation conditions in the presence or absence of Ca 2 /CaM (see “Experimental Procedures”) and subjected to SDS-10% PAGE and autoradiography. B, E. coli-expressed rat CaM-KK was partially pu- rified by CaM-Sepharose and assayed (50 ng each) for phosphorylation of CaM-KIV peptide (400 M) in the absence (open bar) or presence (solid bar) of Ca 2 /CaM for 10 min (see “Experimental Procedures”). Results represent mean and S.E. of three experiments. was activated and phosphorylated by wild-type CaM-KK as described previously (11). However, activation and phosphoryl- ation of GST-CaM-KI by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK was strongly reduced compared with wild-type (Fig. 5A) in a manner similar to CaM-KIV (Fig. 5B). PKB can be activated through phosphorylation of its activation loop Thr 308 by PDK1 (40) and CaM-KK (25). In contrast to CaM-KI and CaM-KIV, PKB was activated and phosphorylated by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK in a manner comparable to that obtained with wild-type CaM-KK (Fig. 5C) while the rate of activation of PKB by CaM-KK is lower than that of CaM-KI or CaM-KIV which is consistent with previous observations (25). This indi- cates that the RP-domain deletion mutant is catalytically ac- tive and recognizes PKB as its …

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… of the RP-domain for Activation of CaM-Ki- nases but Not for PKB-Although the RP-domain mutants can catalyze Ca 2 /calmodulin-dependent autophosphorylation and phosphorylation of a synthetic peptide, we wanted to test other physiological substrates. Two such substrates are CaM-KI and PKB. CaM-KI is phosphorylated on Thr 177 resulting in its activation (7). As shown in Fig. 5A, recombinant GST-CaM-KI wild-type or the indicated rat CaM-KK mutants were subjected to autophosphorylation conditions in the presence or absence of Ca 2 /CaM (see “Experimental Procedures”) and subjected to SDS-10% PAGE and autoradiography. B, E. coli-expressed rat CaM-KK was partially pu- rified by CaM-Sepharose and assayed (50 ng each) for phosphorylation of CaM-KIV peptide (400 M) in the absence (open bar) or presence (solid bar) of Ca 2 /CaM for 10 min (see “Experimental Procedures”). Results represent mean and S.E. of three experiments. was activated and phosphorylated by wild-type CaM-KK as described previously (11). However, activation and phosphoryl- ation of GST-CaM-KI by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK was strongly reduced compared with wild-type (Fig. 5A) in a manner similar to CaM-KIV (Fig. 5B). PKB can be activated through phosphorylation of its activation loop Thr 308 by PDK1 (40) and CaM-KK (25). In contrast to CaM-KI and CaM-KIV, PKB was activated and phosphorylated by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK in a manner comparable to that obtained with wild-type CaM-KK (Fig. 5C) while the rate of activation of PKB by CaM-KK is lower than that of CaM-KI or CaM-KIV which is consistent with previous observations (25). This indi- cates that the RP-domain deletion mutant is catalytically ac- tive and recognizes PKB as its …

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… of the RP-domain for Activation of CaM-Ki- nases but Not for PKB-Although the RP-domain mutants can catalyze Ca 2 /calmodulin-dependent autophosphorylation and phosphorylation of a synthetic peptide, we wanted to test other physiological substrates. Two such substrates are CaM-KI and PKB. CaM-KI is phosphorylated on Thr 177 resulting in its activation (7). As shown in Fig. 5A, recombinant GST-CaM-KI wild-type or the indicated rat CaM-KK mutants were subjected to autophosphorylation conditions in the presence or absence of Ca 2 /CaM (see “Experimental Procedures”) and subjected to SDS-10% PAGE and autoradiography. B, E. coli-expressed rat CaM-KK was partially pu- rified by CaM-Sepharose and assayed (50 ng each) for phosphorylation of CaM-KIV peptide (400 M) in the absence (open bar) or presence (solid bar) of Ca 2 /CaM for 10 min (see “Experimental Procedures”). Results represent mean and S.E. of three experiments. was activated and phosphorylated by wild-type CaM-KK as described previously (11). However, activation and phosphoryl- ation of GST-CaM-KI by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK was strongly reduced compared with wild-type (Fig. 5A) in a manner similar to CaM-KIV (Fig. 5B). PKB can be activated through phosphorylation of its activation loop Thr 308 by PDK1 (40) and CaM-KK (25). In contrast to CaM-KI and CaM-KIV, PKB was activated and phosphorylated by the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK in a manner comparable to that obtained with wild-type CaM-KK (Fig. 5C) while the rate of activation of PKB by CaM-KK is lower than that of CaM-KI or CaM-KIV which is consistent with previous observations (25). This indi- cates that the RP-domain deletion mutant is catalytically ac- tive and recognizes PKB as its …

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… this study we demonstrated that the RP-domain of CaM- KK, which is conserved in all three known CaM-KKs, is re- quired for selective substrate recognition. Thus, deletion of the RP-domain obviated CaM-KK activity toward its two classical substrates CaM-KI and CaM-KIV. Mutational analysis indi- cated that the three highly conserved Arg in rat CaM-KK, Arg 172 , Arg 173 , and Arg 177 are essential in this substrate rec- ognition. In contrast, the RP-deletion mutants showed normal autophosphorylation, phosphorylation of a synthetic substrate containing the activation site of CaM-KIV, and, more impor- tantly, in phosphorylation and activation of PKB. Since these reactions were Ca 2 /CaM-dependent, these results indicate that the RP-domain is involved in recognition of CaM-KI and CaM-KIV as substrates. This conclusion is substantiated by the fact that the GST fusion of CaM-KIV could pull down wild-type CaM-KK whereas the RP-domain deletion mutant was not able to interact with the GST fusion of CaM-KIV. The fact that RP-domain mutants could phosphorylate CaM-KIV peptide but not CaM-KIV itself is perhaps consistent with the report (28) that the CaM-KIV peptide (K m 263 M) is a very poor substrate for CaM-KK as compared with CaM-KIV (K m 0.71 M). Therefore, the recognition determinants of CaM-KK toward this peptide substrate are likely to be quite different than for the full-length CaM-KIV. The RP-domain of CaM-KK is localized between subdomains II and III in the catalytic domain, placing it between -helices B and C in PKA. It is conceivable that this domain may recruit and stabilize the downstream CaM-KI and -IV to maintain proper orientation toward the catalytic cleft, resulting in high affinity and specific interaction between CaM-KK and these substrates. Interest- ingly, we could not detect significant interaction between CaM- KIV and a synthetic peptide corresponding to the RP-domain by using a direct binding assay or an inhibition assay for CaM-KIV activation, suggesting that domain addition to the RD-domain might be required for the interaction (data not shown). Since the RP-domain of CaM-KK is not necessary for phosphorylation and activation of PKB (Fig. 5C), the RP-do- main seems to be specifically utilized to operate the CaM- kinase cascade. This is also consistent with a recent report that the PKB activating kinase PDK1, which does not possess the RP-domain, was unable to phosphorylate CaM-KIV (42). In vitro activation of PKB requires about 10-fold higher concen- trations of CaM-KK than does activation of CaM-KIV or CaM-KI (25). Likewise, in NG108 cells stimulated by NMDA agonists, activation of PKB peaks at about 1 h (25) whereas activation of CaM-KIV is maximal at about 2-5 min. 2 These results suggest that different substrate specificity determi- nants may be utilized by CaM-KK for PKB activation, consist- ent with the difference in activation of PKB versus CaM-KIV/ CaM-KI by the RP-deletion mutant. Therefore, the RP-deletion mutant of CaM-KK may serve as a useful tool for evaluating the function of Ca 2 -dependent PKB activation and regulation of apoptosis without concurrent activation of CaM-KI and …

KIKK radio – Historic Houston – HAIF

I actually have that album around here, somewhere. Yes, it does feature Hudson & Harrigan. My dad had quite a variety in his collection of albums: soundtracks (Henry Mancini, James Bond theme), 50’s thru 70’s rock, country, R&B, etc. One album was some kind of Jazzy Fifties music called Exotica, used to scare me looking at it, had a shrunken head on the cover, really freaky. But the music is nice, I like jazz & R&B. I still call cd’s “albums” sometimes and miss the artwork on them.

I have to thank my dad for giving me much of my musical taste. I think I first started listening to his albums after all the “devil music” stories I heard at Easthaven Baptist. You know, the stories about AC/DC (“After Christ, Devil Comes”) and how you could hear satanic messages if you played Beatles and Led Zeppelin records backwards. Of course, having had no previous interest in the Beatles or Led Zeppelin, I immediately went home and spent hours playing my dad’s albums backwards, listening for satanic messages. Having failed to hear any satanic messages, I started playing the records forwards and realized there was some pretty good stuff there…at least on the White Album and Sgt. Pepper’s.

After my aunt told me how my dad got kicked out of the house for playing Jimi Hendrix’s “Star Spangled Banner” from Woodstock, I had to hear for myself what that was about too!

Speaking of album art, my favorite of my dad’s collection was the Cheech and Chong “Los Cochinos” album. ..funny stuff (and the comedy was pretty good too!)

Outside Cover:

Inside (dust jacket):

Of course, as kid the Woodstock album was kinda cool with the butt-nekkid people all over it!

Edited by Original Timmy Chan’s

Selecting a card for a co-brand: analytics and experiment

Stages of CP verification

We propose to divide the CP verification (selection) process into two stages – analytical and experimental.

During the analytical check, the sufficiency of the CP resources is determined so that it can be selected as a co-brand card (CC). Analytical verification is carried out by comparing the CP resources with the minimum required resources for the correct operation of applets in a co-branding project.If the CP does not have enough resources, then the CP does not pass the analytical check, if there are enough resources, then the check is considered successful.

In essence, such an analytical check is a tender, since within the framework of the tender all participating companies must submit proposals for their commercial proposals that meet the technical requirements (TT), which determine what resources the QC should have. Thus, the participating companies, when submitting a proposal for a tender, must ensure that their commercial proposals are subject to an analytical check, since otherwise their proposals will be rejected by the tender commission as not complying with the TT.
Then, among all the commercial proposals that have passed the analytical check, the commercial offers with the lowest price characteristics are selected.
Next, the CP with the lowest price is subjected to experimental verification based on a system of experimental tests that verify the correctness of personalization and functionality of applets. 90,010 KP, which has passed experimental verification, can be selected as KK.
Let’s take a closer look at each of these steps.

Analytical check of the card

The idea of ​​the analytical check is to form a system of analytical tests on the basis of TTs for applets and TTs for cards, which guarantee (from an analytical point of view) that in the case of passing a CP of this system of CP tests can be used as a QC; and if they are not passed, the checkpoint cannot be used as a checkpoint.Thus, with the help of analytical verification, it is possible to cut off a number of CPs that are definitely not suitable for the role of a co-branded project map, and not waste time on experimental verification of these CPs. At the same time, we emphasize once again: if the card has successfully passed the analytical check, then in order to select it as the QC and start mass production, the card in any case must undergo an experimental check.

It is convenient to interpret the TT to the map resources in the form of some analytical map (AC), which has the resources indicated in the TT. In essence, AK is an analytical model of a real physical smart card. We will say that resources on some AK1 are “less” than resources on AK2, if the volume of these resources on AK1 is less than on AK2. For example, if AK1 has 16 MB of EEPROM, and AK2 has 32 KB of EEPROM, then we will say that the resource “EEPROM” on AK1 is less than on AK2. Another example: if on AK1 there is a cryptoprocessor that performs some crypto transformation in 100 ms, and on AK2 there is a cryptoprocessor that performs the same crypto transformation in 60 ms, then we will say that the volume of the “cryptoprocessor” resource on AK1 is “less” than on AK2 …Obviously, if the amount of resources on AK1 is less than on AK2, and the applets on AK1 are functioning correctly, then the applets will function correctly on AK2 as well.

We will call some AC an analytically necessary map (ANC), if (from an analytical point of view) from the correct functioning of applets (i.e., in order for them to have enough resources) on AC it follows that the volume of AC resources is not less than ANC . .. We will call some AC an analytically sufficient map (ADC) if (from an analytical point of view) with the volume of resources of this AC not less than the volume of ADC resources, it follows that the applets will function correctly (i.e.That is, there will be enough resources for applets) on this AK. We will call some AC an analytically necessary and sufficient map (ANC) if AC is ANC and ADC at the same time.

Taking into account these definitions, the task of the CI on the formation of technical requirements for commercial proposals submitted to the competition, in fact, consists in the formation of the AEDC. And the actual analytical verification of the suitability of the CP for use in a co-branded project boils down to checking for all resources whether there are “not less” of them at the CP than at the ANDC.If there is “less” of some checked resource on the CP, then the CP cannot be selected as the project’s QC. If all the resources on the CP are “more or equal” than at the ANDC, then the CP from an analytical point of view can be chosen as the project’s CC.
Let us consider separately how the ANDC is “built” for the case of divisible and indivisible resources.

Moscow City Administration did not find a conflict of interest in the situation of representing the interests of the former principal’s creditor

Lawyers interviewed by AG disagreed.One considered that the decision of the Council of the Presidential Administration of Moscow was fully justified and consistent with the principles of disciplinary proceedings, and the second indicated that the situation created by the lawyer undermined the credibility of each of the community.

The Council of the Presidential Administration of Moscow terminated disciplinary proceedings on the complaint of the daughter of citizen KS, after whose death his lawyer began to provide legal assistance to the creditor of his former client.

December 24, 2010 between E., which is the lender, and LLC “D.”, which is the borrower, a loan agreement was entered into. May 26, 2015 E. and K.S. concluded a surety agreement, according to the terms of which K.S. pledged until May 26, 2020 in solidarity with LLC “D.” be responsible for fulfilling obligations to repay the loan.

In 2015, the lawyer P. began to provide legal assistance to the father of K.S. for civil cases.

By the decision of the Moscow Arbitration Court dated July 11, 2017, LLC “D.” was declared bankrupt, in respect of him declared jumping proceeding.After the sale of the company’s property, the bankruptcy creditor E. was paid monetary funds that made up only part of the debt of LLC “D.” in front of him.

On August 7, 2019, the client of lawyer P. – K.S. died, on February 5, 2020, i.e. two days before the expiration of the 6-month period established for the heirs to inherit rights after KS’s death, the district court of Moscow received E.’s statement of claim to collect the debt at the expense of the deceased’s inherited property.According to the statement of claim, it is presented to E. before the acceptance of the inheritance after the death of K.S. his heirs. On February 10, 2020, E.’s statement of claim was accepted for production. E.’s interests were also represented by lawyer P.

The defendant in this case, daughter of K.S. – K. sent a complaint to the Bar Association. She considered that since P. had previously provided legal assistance to her father, a conflict of interest had arisen and P.’s actions had undermined the authority of the institution of the legal profession.

Issuing an opinion on the case, the Qualification Commission of the Presidential Administration of St.Moscow established that lawyer P. had participated as a representative of K.S. in civil matters. At the same time, the court decision of May 23, 2016, decided with the participation of a lawyer, was appealed by E. On this basis, the Qualification Commission suggested that no later than May 23, 2016 between K.S. and E., who appealed against the court decision, had a conflict of interest.

The Qualification Commission came to the conclusion that by filing a claim against the estate E. confirmed that his interests contradict those of K.S. and, as a consequence, the interests of his heiress K. This circumstance was known to the lawyer P., who in 2015-2016 provided legal assistance to K. S., including in the claim against LLC “D.” on the collection of the debt under the loan agreement, the decision on which was appealed by E. Thus, the Qualification Commission came to the conclusion that the actions of the lawyer P. see a violation of Art. 5 of the Code of Professional Ethics of a Lawyer.

In turn, the Council of the Presidential Administration of Moscow recognized the factual circumstances as correctly established, but noted that the conclusions of the Qualification Commission were erroneous.

The Council noted that the dispute between K.S. and LLC “D.”, examined on 23 May 2016, did not concern the relationship between K.S. and E. This is evidenced by the fact that the appeal instance left E. “. Therefore, the conclusion of the Qualification Commission that no later than May 23, 2016 between K.S. and E.a conflict of interest has arisen, is an assumption, the Council of the Chamber considered. By itself, E.’s appeal to the court of appeal cannot indicate the existence of a conflict of interest between him and K.S.

The reasons for the appeal of a person not involved in the case with an appeal may be different. Among others, the Council noted, such reasons may be a misunderstood right to appeal and a deliberate abuse of the right to go to court. He considered that from the analysis of judicial acts it was impossible to draw a definite conclusion about the emergence of a conflict of interest between E.and K.S. In turn, K. did not provide evidence confirming the reliable reason for E.’s appeal with the appeal.

The Council also noted that it could not agree with the conclusion of the Qualification Commission that by filing a claim against the inherited property of the deceased E. a claim is a legal and logical procedure for the protection of property rights in an exceptional situation – the death of the guarantor under the loan agreement.

The Moscow Presidential Administration Council also indicated that K.S. voluntarily assumed the obligations of the guarantor under the loan agreement, under which E. acted as the lender. Therefore, in itself, the use of virtually the only judicial procedure in the current legal situation cannot automatically indicate a conflict of interest.

In addition, applicant K. did not indicate exactly what information obtained by lawyer P. in the course of providing legal assistance to her father, he used in preparing and filing a statement of claim to E.and in the course of representing the interests of the latter. There was no evidence of such use of confidential information by lawyer P., while he himself categorically denies such use. Also at the time of the conclusion of the loan agreement and the surety agreement, in accordance with which K. S. pledged until May 26, 2020 in solidarity with LLC “D.” be responsible for the fulfillment of obligations to repay the loan to E., lawyer P. did not provide legal assistance to K.S. In this regard, the lawyer did not have any information about this transaction at the time of its execution.

Representing the interests of K.S. in a civil case on the claim of the company “M.” to K.S. about the recovery of funds under a surety agreement, lawyer P. also could not get any information about his client, which could be used in the lawsuit of E. against K.

Thus, the Council came to the conclusion that K. did not refute the presumption of good faith of lawyer P. At the same time, the Council noted that, according to the operative part of the opinion of the Qualification Commission, the lawyer violated Art.5 KPEA. Meanwhile, Art. 5 KPEA contains three clauses, each of which provides for independent requirements and prohibitions. “The lack of the necessary specification of the legal qualification of a disciplinary offense in itself does not allow the Council to agree with the opinion of the Qualification Commission,” the decision states. The Council terminated disciplinary proceedings against lawyer P.

In a comment to AG, the lawyer of the AP of the Smolensk region, Sergei Manoilov, noted that during the proceedings, the Council of the APMoscow was primarily guided by the principle of competitiveness of participants, enshrined in Art. 23 KPEA. “With regard to the adversarial principle, it is noteworthy that the applicant did not refute the presumption of good faith of the lawyer. In addition, the Council correctly pointed out the mistake of the qualification commission, which, having concluded that there was a violation of the KPEA norms in the actions of the lawyer, did not indicate which specific norm was violated by the lawyer, ”he said. The lawyer considered that the decision of the Presidential Administration of Mr.Moscow is fully justified and complies with the principles of disciplinary proceedings.

In turn, the lawyer of the Presidential Administration of the Sverdlovsk Region, Sergei Kolosovsky, believes that the logic of the Council of the Presidential Administration of Moscow, based on a literal reading of the KPEA and the presumption of the lawyer’s good faith, does not quite correspond to the interests of the corporation as a whole.

According to Sergei Kolosovsky, the situation created by the lawyer undermines the credibility of each of the community. “In fact, the following situation takes place: a lawyer represented a citizen in a property dispute, after which he spoke out against his daughter in a property dispute over the inheritance of this citizen.Sounds offhand rather ugly. The daughter suggested – I emphasize, just assumed, and the Council considered this fact unproven that the lawyer used the information obtained in representing the interests of her father in the interests of the new principal, – he noted. – I believe that the meaning as Art. 5 of the CPEA, as well as a number of other provisions of the Code, is that a lawyer should avoid situations in which there are grounds for such assumptions. Therefore, the conclusion of an agreement on representing the interests of E.it seems to me an ethical mistake against the daughter of a former principal. ”

At the same time, he noticed that the reason for initiating disciplinary proceedings was the statement of K. S.’s daughter. However, in accordance with sub. 1 p. 1 of Art. 20 KPEA, the principal’s complaint is an admissible reason for initiating proceedings. Since K. had never been a client of a lawyer, disciplinary proceedings could not be initiated. “At the same time, since the signs of violation of paragraph 2 of Art.5 KPEA in the described situation are still present, the idea of ​​initiating disciplinary proceedings, including on the basis of checking the application of the said citizen, could have been made by the vice-president of the Presidential Administration of Moscow, ”the lawyer said.

Anti-corruption – SUE CC “CIT”

The State Unitary Enterprise of the Krasnodar Territory “Center for Information Technologies” declares its rejection of corruption, welcomes and encourages compliance with the principles and requirements of the company’s anti-corruption policy by its employees, counterparties and other persons.

Anti-corruption Hotline: 8 (861) 298-12-53 .

Email address [email protected]r.ru

By phone “hotline” and e-mail you can report the facts:

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  • manifestations of corruption in the actions (inaction) of employees of the State Unitary Enterprise CC “CIT”;
  • 90,087 possible conflict of interest in the actions of employees of the State Unitary Enterprise CC “CIT”;

  • on inciting employees to commit corruption offenses.
  • Anti-corruption policy

    Anti-corruption policy of GUP CC “CIT”.

    Action plan for combating corruption in SUE KK CIT for 2021.

    Order “On the establishment of a commission for compliance with the requirements for official conduct and settlement of conflicts of interest” No. 71 dated 04/29/2021, annexes to the order (regulations, composition of the commission, documents).

    Minutes of the general meeting of employees No. 1 dated 01.28.2021 (anti-corruption).


    Federal Law “On Combating Corruption” of 25.12. 2008 N 273-FZ

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    90,000 What you need to know about your credit history – Sberbank

    We tell you how your credit history is formed and explain why it is useful to keep it in order.

    What is credit history?

    This is information about all your loans: where, when and how much they took, whether they acted as a co-borrower or guarantor, whether they paid accurately.

    As soon as you apply for a loan or loan, the data is sent to the credit bureau. You yourself determine the credit history, banks only transmit information to the bureau.

    Credit history consists of four parts:

    1. Title part

    This is your personal data: full name, date of birth, passport number. There may also be your TIN and SNILS.

    2. Main part

    All your closed and current loans are described here, data on maturities and delays, if any, are given. This may also include information on judicial penalties for alimony and debts for the services of cellular operators or housing and communal services.

    3. Closed part

    It records who gave you a loan or loan. If your debt was transferred to someone, then this information will also be in the closed part.This will also include data on organizations that have requested your credit history with your consent.

    4. Information part

    This is information about applications for a loan or loan – not only about those where you received money, but also about those who refused. If there were refusals, then this section will contain information about the reasons. It also records “signs of default”: two delays in a row within four months are considered such a sign.

    What can be affected by credit history?

    First, to get new loans.

    When you apply for a loan, the bank immediately checks how you paid before, including to other banks. Most of the refusals in loans are due precisely to the fact that something is wrong with the credit history – for example, there were many delays in payments. The maximum amount that the bank is ready to give you may also depend on your credit history.

    Secondly, for employment.

    When you get a serious job, especially with financial responsibility, the employer may ask about your credit history.He has the right to make a request to the bureau if you have given such permission in writing. This is not a simple curiosity: the employer wants to be sure that you are a neat, reliable and responsible person.

    Third, on interaction with insurance companies.

    For example, a policy may be cheaper for a client with a good credit history than for an unscrupulous payer.

    It is important to understand that an ideal credit history is a relative concept. Where one bank easily issues a loan, another may refuse.Everyone has different approaches to assessing credit history, but the main thing is that you do not have systematic delinquencies. But a completely “empty” credit history is not the best option for banks.

    From their point of view, the most reliable is the client who periodically receives and repays loans on time, and not the one who has not taken them at all for many years.

    In a good credit history there are either no delinquencies at all, or very few

    Who can get your credit history?

    1.You yourself. In this case, only you can see the entire credit history in its entirety, all four parts, including the closed one.

    2. Any organization to which you applied for a loan. She will only be shown the informational part.

    3. Bank, insurance company or employer: the bureau will provide only with your written permission the main, title and informational parts of your story.

    Why find out your credit history? 90 095

    If banks give you loans easily, you can assume that you have a good history.But if you are just going to take out an important loan for you and want to assess your chances, it is useful to look into your credit history.

    It will also help you figure out why the bank refused a loan, even if you always paid on time. Unfortunately, mistakes happen in credit histories: it happens that loan delays are attributed to namesakes, it happens that the bank transfers documents with a delay, and it happens that a penny debt for some kind of commission remains on the old loan, and everyone has forgotten about it, except the Bureau.It is better to find out about this as soon as possible in order to fix it right away.

    Also, after 30 days after the repayment of each loan, it is recommended to request a credit report and make sure that the repaid loan really appears as such in your credit history. Otherwise, when applying for future loans, banks will be forced to recognize it as valid and take into account the payment on it when assessing your solvency. This can lead to the fact that you will be approved for a loan for less than you expect.

    Another reason is reinsurance in case of loss of a passport. If fraudsters find the passport, theoretically they can get a loan from some not particularly picky organization. This will be reflected in your credit history. The sooner you find out about this, the sooner such a loan will be invalidated.

    How to get your credit history?

    There are two ways: in the Internet bank (for example, in Sberbank Online) or directly in the credit bureau. You can get your credit history for free twice a year.

    How to fix a mistake in your credit history?

    First of all, you need to make sure that this is indeed an error. Reliable information cannot be deleted – if you made delays, it will remain in your history. You can correct only information that does not correspond to reality.

    To do this, you need to write a statement challenging the credit history, and it is better to contact the bureau directly, and not the bank. It is useful to have on hand receipts of payments, a certificate of loan repayment, etc.etc. – everything that can confirm your case. You can submit an application in person, or send documents by mail, and the application can be certified by a notary. The bureau, together with the bank, will check everything in 30 days, and if you are right, the bank will remove the error and inform you. After that, the information in the bureau will be updated within 10 days.

    If the bank that sent incorrect or incomplete information to the bureau has already been liquidated, then you will have to go to court to correct the credit history. The court’s decision must be sent to the bureau with a request to amend.

    If your history is stored in several offices, you will have to fix it everywhere. The bank, of course, can notify other bureaus of the error, but it is better to take care of your credit history yourself.

    How to improve bad credit history?

    Just take very small loans and repay them very carefully. You can get a credit card. In a couple of years, you will create a new history of relationships with banks – a good one. Banks usually look closely at the last 2-3 years of credit history.And don’t forget to pay your home and phone bills on time: hard-core debtors also get a bad credit record.

    The most important thing

    1. You yourself determine the credit history, banks only send information to the bureau.

    2. The bank judges the client based on the credit history, and the employer judges the future employee.

    3. There are mistakes in credit histories, but they can be corrected.

    4. You can improve your credit history.

    A loan with a bad credit history: take out a loan with a bad credit history without failure, with delays

    Taking a loan with a bad credit history is a difficult task. Most banks try to avoid such clients, the calculation of risks is delayed for several days and includes many factors. But not at Sovcombank. First, we work quickly. Secondly, we are not afraid of bad credit histories. And thirdly, we trust our borrowers. What was in other banks remains in them.Any person can apply for a loan with us, moreover, in 5 minutes and with a minimum set of documents.

    What is a loan with a bad credit history

    Credit history is a list of official loans from financial institutions. It is considered bad when:

    • a new loan is issued before others are closed;
    • there are delays in interest or principal payments; 90,088
    • violations of the loan agreement were noted;
    • penalties or interest have been charged.

    These factors adversely affect a financial institution’s assessment of a customer’s payment options. Accordingly, the likelihood of the application being approved is lower.

    Is it possible to take out a loan with a delay and a bad history

    In Sovcombank – you can. You may need more documents, but we allow you to issue a loan even with existing delays and non-payments.

    How to apply

    The fastest and easiest option is to submit an online application. After filling out the form on the website:

    • , data on loans is collected automatically;
    • processing, analysis and delivery of results takes up to 5 minutes;
    • the manager calls back and reports the result;
    • upon approval, an appointment is made at the bank branch to conclude an agreement and receive funds.

    The second way is to come to the bank, submit an application to the manager and wait for an answer on the spot.

    Conditions for obtaining

    Loans with bad credit history are issued to individuals:

    • with citizenship of the Russian Federation;
    • with permanent income and place of residence;
    • with a landline work or home telephone; 90,088 90,087 between the ages of 18 and 85;
    • residing within 70 km from the bank branch.

    Lending terms, amounts and interest rates are selected individually. Loans are issued both in cash and on a card.

    Documents for obtaining

    Of the mandatory ones you need:

    • internal passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation;
    • certificate of income in the form of a bank;
    • certificate of the place of registration.

    In this case, work and place of residence must be unchanged for the last 4 months.

    How to repay

    To close a loan, use bank and post offices, terminals, any types of money transfers.Early repayment is accepted without commissions.

    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflicts of interest

    Reviews are prepared in accordance with the minutes of the meeting of the Presidium of the Anti-Corruption Council under the President of the Russian Federation dated June 27, 2017 No. 59 and in pursuance of paragraph 11 of the National Anti-Corruption Plan for 2018-2020, approved by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of June 29, 2018 . No. 378.

    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflict of interest No. 1

    The overview provides examples of situations related to the main causes of conflicts of interest, as well as illustrates the most common measures to prevent and resolve it.Separately, an example of an erroneous qualification of a situation as a conflict of interest is given.

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    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflict of interest No. 2

    The review presents typical examples of prosecution for failure to take measures to prevent and resolve conflicts of interest.

    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflict of interest No. 2

    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflict of interest No. 3

    The review is structured in accordance with the list of functions associated with a high corruption risk, and is aimed at ensuring the unity of approaches when qualifying situations as a conflict of interest, as well as when formulating issues considered at meetings of the commissions on compliance with the requirements for resolving conflicts of interest.

    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflict of interest No. 3

    Review of law enforcement practice in the area of ​​conflict of interest No. 4

    The review provides examples of taking other measures to prevent and resolve conflicts of interest in situations where the adoption of measures directly named in Art. 11 of the Federal Law “On Combating Corruption” is difficult.

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