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Mário Vinícius Claussen Spinelli. Secretary of Corruption Prevention and Strategic Information

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  1. 1. TRANSPARENCY FOR CITIZENS: THE BRAZILIAN EXPERIENCE OF“TRANSPARENCY PORTAL” 2010 ICGFM Winter ConferenceWashington, DC – December, 7th, 2010 Mário Vinícius Claussen Spinelli Secretary of Corruption Prevention and Strategic Information
  2. 2. What is CGU? CGU is the acronym for“Controladoria-Geral da União”Brazilian Office of the Comptroller General
  3. 3. Institutional FrameworkCGU is the Internal Audit Unit and the Anti-Corruption Agency of the Brazilian Federal Government
  4. 4. CGUs Roles - Internal AuditForwarding of the results of its audits to the bodies responsible for enforcement of applicable sanctions - Disciplinary Actions - Corruption Prevention - Ombudsman
  5. 5. Simplified Organization Chart Comptroller General Executive Secretariat Federal Corruption Disciplinary Office of the Internal Prevention and Board Ombudsman Strategic Control InformationSecretariat Secretariat
  6. 6. Main Prevention Actions• Increased Transparency• Incentive to Social Control• Management Strengthening• Implementation of International Conventions• Improved Legal Framework• Studies and research on corruption• Education for Ethics and Citizenship
  7. 7. TransparencyRight to Information is antecedent for:- Fight against Corruption- Public Management Strengthening- Social control- Social inclusion
  8. 8. Transparency TRANSPARENCY AND THE RIGHT TO KNOW It is beyond publicity, because it involves two aspects:- Delivery of understandable information- Public access to official documents
  9. 9. Brazilian Transparency Timeline Transparency PortalResponsability Transparency Fiscal Law Pages 2000 ... 2004 2005 2006 States and Cities Electronic Transparency reverse Portals auctions (E-bidding) Enhanced E-Bidding
  10. 10. Brazilian transparency Timeline B accounts disrupted Complementary International Law nr. 131 Public Sector Electronic Accounting Paycard Punished Standards enforced Companies Adoption Listing 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 International Information FinancialAgreements Acess Law Reporting Control Proposal Standards System Adoption (Listed companies)
  11. 11. TRANSPARENCY PORTALwww.transparencia.gov.br
  12. 12. TRANSPARENCY PORTAL Guidelines Easy access – no password access requirement “Citizen Language” (accessible information for the people) Simplified Navegation Reliable and updated information Social control tool
  13. 13. TRANSPARENCY PORTAL Citizen LanguageTechnical Language: Action number 8442 - Transfer of direct income to Families in condition of Poverty and extreme PovertyCitizen Language: Bolsa-Família (Family Grant)
  14. 14. TRANSPARENCY PORTAL Content:Content Source UpdatingDirect federal expenditure SIAFI Daily / MonthlyFederal Government Payment Card Banco do Brasil MonthlyTransfer of resources SIAFI Daily / MonthlyFamily Grant (Bolsa-Família) CEF MonthlyRevenues SIAFI DailyAgreements (Convênios) SIAFI/SICONV WeeklyRegister of Debarred Enterprises (CEIS) Various / DOU on demandPublic officials SIAPE MonthlySoccer World Cup 2014 Various on demandRio Olympics Games 2016 Various on demand
  15. 15. Transparency Portal in Big Numbers Disclosed Amount BRL 7.5 Trillions USD 4.4 Trillions Registered payments More than 1 BillionAverage Monthly Access (until Oct2010) 246,677Push system subscribers 32,757 Visitors by Year 2,960,124 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,704,284 1,443,610 1,500,000 1,000,000 646,701 285,968 377,078 500,000 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (Estimate)
  16. 16. BRAZILIAN AWARDS 2 II Prêmio Nacional de 2 Prêmio TI & Governo 0 Desburocratização 0 Plano Editorial 0 Eletrônica 0 1ª. colocação na 6 1ª. colocação na 7 Categoria eDemocracia Modalidade Governo- Cidadão Federal2 12º. Concurso de Inovação na 2 11º. Prêmio de Excelência0 Gestão Pública 0 em Inovação na Gestão0 5º. colocação na Categoria 0 Pública Geral 1ª. colocação na8 8
  17. 17. INTERNACIONAL AWARDS UNODC Award 2008Important work on promotion of transparency on public money spending UNCAC States Parties Conference Bali 2008 One of the five best practice in strategies for transparency and fight on corruption in the world
  18. 18. TRANSPARENCY PORTAL Challenges and next steps:Compliance with international standards :• International Public Sector Accounting Standards;• XBRL;• IMF Good Practices on Fiscal Transparency Code;• OECD Best Transparency Budget Practices; and,• Open Government;
  19. 19. Open Government Principles1. Data Must Be Complete2. Data Must Be Primary3. Data Must Be Timely4. Data Must Be Accessible5. Data Must Be Machine processable6. Access Must Be Non-Discriminatory7. Data Formats Must Be Non-Proprietary8. Data Must Be License-free opengovdata.org
  20. 20. The Three Laws of Open Government Data1. If it can’t be spidered or indexed, it doesn’t exist;2. If it isn’t available in open and machine readable format, it can’t engage;3. If a legal framework doesn ’t allow it to be repurposed, it doesn ’t empower David Eaves
  21. 21. COMPLEMENTARY FISCALTRANSPARENCY POLICIES IN BRAZIL
  22. 22. Complementary Law nr. 131/2009Added new rules to the Responsability Fiscal Law (Law nr. 101/2000) in order to Federal Union, States and Municipalites publish toInternet detailled information about budgetary and financial execution in realtime
  23. 23. Complementary Law nr. 131/2009 Deadlines- Federal Union, States, Federal District andMunicipalities above 100,000 inhabitants -May/2010;- Municipalities between 50,000 and 100,000inhabitants - May/2011;- Municipalities under 50,000 inhabitants. -May/2013
  24. 24. Bill n. 5228/2009 Information Access LawMinimal obligations to publish on Internet:– Organization competences and structure, addresses, units phone numbers and public attendance hours;– Financial resources transfers, expenditures, procurement and contracts;– Programs, actions, projects and workings follow-ups; and– FAQ.
  25. 25. QUESTIONS?
  26. 26. THANK YOU!Brazilian Office of the Comptroller General (CGU)SECRETARIAT OF CORRUPTION PREVENTION AND STRATEGIC INFORMATION SPCI spci@cgu.gov.br- Phone: +55-61-2020-6822 WWW.CGU.GOV.BR

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