Институт развития информационного общества

Congratulations on the anniversary of the Chairman of the IIS Supervisory Board Stepan Orlov!

Stepan Vladimirovich Orlov was one of the founders of the Institute of the Information Society. Since the establishment of the Institute to this day, he has been the chairman of its Supervisory Board. Since 1999, he has also been Deputy Chairman of the Editorial Board of the Information Society journal.

Stepan Orlov was born on October 22, 1971 in Leningrad. His grandfather, Sergei Sergeevich Orlov, was a front-line soldier and a poet. His father is a journalist, his mother is an actress of the children’s theater, Honored Artist of Russia. His wife Natalya is an art critic, artist.

Stepan Orlov graduated with honors from Lomonosov Moscow State University (Faculty of History) and the Russian Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation (Faculty of Law). He has a PhD in Economics. Now he is head of the Department of the History of Social Movements and Political Parties, Faculty of History, Moscow State University. He is also member of the Council of the Alumni Association of the Faculty of History of Moscow State University.

Deputy of the Moscow City Duma of the second (1997-2001), third (2001-2005), fourth (2005-2009), fifth (2009-2014) and sixth (2014-2019) convocations. Re-elected to the Moscow City Duma on September 8, 2019.

From 2006 to the present, S/ Orlov is Chairman of the Moscow City Duma Commission on Urban Economy and Housing Policy.

Deputy Chairman of the Moscow City Duma.

He is head of the United Russia faction in the Moscow City Duma. Member of the Presidium of the Political Council of the Moscow City Organization of the United Russia party.

Member of the Union of Journalists of Russia.

Awarded with Acknowledgments from the President of the Russian Federation and the Mayor of Moscow.

We sincerely congratulate Stepan Vladimirovich on his anniversary and wish him good health, great personal happiness and inexhaustible energy for the good of Russia and Moscow!