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  • 1. STATE OF TOCANTINS - BRAZIL
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  • 3. TOCANTINS GEOGRAPHICAL AREA 278,420.7 km 2 3
  • 4. BRIEF HISTORY TOCANTINS 4
    • The 1988 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Brazil created the State of Tocantins;
    • Libertarian dream of a people;
    • Part of the northern region of Brazil;
    • Portal to the Amazon;
    • Implementation of the Court of Accounts under the supervision of the Citizen Constitution;
    • 1989 – Creation of the capital of Palmas in a stragetic geographical position as a planned city;
    • 1990 – Inauguration of the Central State Administration.
  • 5. D EVELOPMENT OF THE STATE
    • Acceleration of growth;
    • Increase of population;
    • Systematic development of education;
    • Paving of the road network;
    • Treated drinking water;
    • Stimulus for agriculture and cattle raising;
    • Formation of a multi-racial society;
    • Implantation of public institutions;
    • Overcoming the corridor of poverty.
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  • 6. [  ] INCOME [  ] EXPENDITURES Source: General Report on the State 6 Comparison of Income and Expenditures – Tocantins, Brazil 1997 to 2007
  • 7. Source: SEPLAN-TO/DPI and IBGE - Diretoria de Pesquisas, Coordenação de População e Indicadores Sociais 7 Population (inhabitants) – Tocantins, Brazil
  • 8. GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT Current prices (1,000,000 R$) Amounts in billions Source: IBGE/SEPLAN-TO DPI Coordenação de Estudos e Composições PIB 8
  • 9. Source: IBGE/SEPLAN-TO DPI Coordenação de Estudos and Composições PIB 9 Per capita Income (1R$) – Tocantins, Brazil
  • 10. ELEMENTS OF THE SYSTEM OF CONTROL IN BRAZIL 10 SOCIAL CONTROL EXTERNAL CONTROL INTERNAL CONTROL
  • 11. CONTROL SYSTEM IN BRAZIL LEGISLATIVE BRANCH FEDERAL PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE FEDERAL COURT OF ACCOUNTS STATE PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE FEDERAL GENERAL COMPTROLLER’S OFFICE GENERAL COMPTROLLER’S OFFICES OF THE STATE AND CITIES JUDICIAL BRANCH 11 COURT OF ACCOUNTS OF THE STATE and/or CITIES
  • 12. I DENTIFICATION OF PROBLEMS Lack of transparency in the use of public monies Ineficient political system for determining qualifications and needs in filling positions No replacement of funds from damages caused by poor application of resources Legislative Gap in terms of decision-making competence Lack of Societal Control Poor use of Public monies Lack of technical ability on the part of governmental agencies and politicians Low Budgetary Resources Mistrust of government on the part of the people 12 CORRUPTION
  • 13. 13 History of Expenditures Executed by the Court of Accounts of the State of Tocantins, Brazil (in millions of R$)
  • 14. TOCANTINS COURT OF ACCOUNTS MANAGEMENT, 2007/2008
    • Plans for a new model of management, breaking paradigms
    • - control agency simply punitive;
    • - distancing from society;
    • - stigma of biased politicized performance
    • Development of preventive measures
    • - pedagogical activities: training and development;
    • - participatory construction of oversight procedures
    • - timely oversight;
    • - institutional integration for democratization of access to information
    • Stimulus to the practice of citizenship
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  • 15. SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF THE TOCANTINS CofA
    • Program for training public agents – FORMAP;
    • “ INFOCO” educational program – training citizens;
    • Integrated system of control and public accounting – SICAP;
    • Citizen agenda for participatory control;
    • Transparency: broadcast of plenary sessions and a portal
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  • 16. FORMAP – PROGRAM FOR TRAINING PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
    • Training of public employees and politicians;
    • Teaching faculty composed of the technical people from the Cof A;
    • Focus on the quality of public administration;
    • Transmission of technical knowledge to managers and technical teams in agencies;
    • Modality: 2007: in person
    • 2008: distance learning in collaboration with the private sector
    • Ability to provide service is unlimited by democratizing access to information.
    16 SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • 17. INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTS OCTOBER 5 17 INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTS CONTINUING EDUCATION 2007 – in person 2008 – in person and distance  Low-level employees  Agents and politicians SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • 18. 18 Number of Municipalities, Tocantins, Brazil
  • 19. Source: ww.stn.fazenda.gov.br- Transf. To States and Cities 19 Municipalities, Tocantins, Brasil Education Budget - FPM
  • 20. “ INFOCO” EDUCATION PROGRAM
    • Social responsibility action;
    • Triad: education, public administration, and family
    • Focus on society;
    • Factor of social transformation;
    • Modality: distance learning in private-public partnership;
    • Unlimited ability to serve
    20 SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • 21. SICAP – INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF CONTROL AND PUBLIC AUDITING
    • Computerized system;
    • Digital certification;
    • Bi-monthly control in real time of accounting, budgetary, financial, and equity activity;
    • Intervention by cancellation
    • Preventive actions to prevent harm to the treasury
    21 SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
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  • 23. CITIZEN AGENDA FOR PARTICIPATORY CONTROL
    • Public hearings on various topics: health, education, infrastructure, environment, and others;
    • Control of public policy;
    • Assessment of governmental actions and programs;
    • Definition of priorities;
    • Focus: planning for audits .
    23 SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • 24. TRANSPARENCY
    • Live broadcast of plenary trial sessions;
    • Creation of a transparency portal;
    • Society has co-responsibility for control;
    • Citizen control + technical control = participatory control.
    24 SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • 25.  
  • 26. RESULTS
    • Increase in citizen interest in controlling public policies;
    • Large reduction in failure to be duly accountable to the court;
    • Satisfaction of the population with access to knowledge;
    • Tocantins citizen appreciates acts of transparency;
    • Recognition by the court of good management practices under its jurisdiction.
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  • 27. CHALLENGES
    • Financial means to provide the approprite physical and technical structure to municipalities, including the capital city, for continuation of training programs in the distance-learning mode;
    • Objetives:
      • Guaranteed accessibility;
      • Independent of the interest of the private sector;
      • Greater communication and interaction;
      • Co-responsability on the part of society;
      • Guarantee quality in the management of public funds.
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  • 28. 28 THANK YOU Dr. Doris de Miranda Coutinho President Contacts +55 (63) 3232-5899 [email_address] [email_address]