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Economics promotes debate on partnerships with Social Organizations

Public administration

Objective is to strengthen shared management with non-profit private entities

The Ministry of Economy promoted on Tuesday (25/6) the 1st Meeting of Social Organizations of the Federal Executive Branch. The objective of the event was to strengthen the OS model through the exchange of experiences between representatives of the supervisory ministries, the nine organizations in the country, as well as public servants and specialists in the area.

"The debate about better institutional arrangements is fundamental, we have to free the state and give more to society. Learning from lessons from the past is essential to shielding the misuse of the Social Organizations model and expanding it to other areas such as culture and the environment, "said Paulo Uebel, the Special Secretary for Debureaucratization, Management and Digital Government.

Panels were presented throughout the day on the history of collaborative partnerships, proposals for model improvement, and the challenges of supervising results-focused contracts. "We have a very clear popular mandate: to simplify, to bureaucratize, to increase the efficiency of the state and to execute public policies based on data," Uebel added.

The Social Organizations have emerged from a public administration proposal based on strategic alliances with private non-profit entities. In order to strengthen and expand the model, this month's ministerial order was published  detailing the technical studies required to sign contracts for shared management with private non-profit entities.

The decree regulates Decree 9190/17, in which the federal government filled a gap of nearly 20 years in regulating Law 9,637 of 1998. The regulation was a milestone that sets out the rules for qualifying OSs so that services of interest more efficiently and result-oriented. 

Federal organizations

The activities carried out by OS must be located in the areas of scientific research, technological development, protection and preservation of the environment, education, culture and health.

There are currently nine OS. Six of them are supervised by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Communication and three by the Ministry of Education. Check the relation below:

  1. National Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM)
  2. National Network of Teaching and Research (RNP)
  3. Brazilian Industrial Research and Innovation Company (Embrapii)
  4. Center for Management and Strategic Studies (CGEE)
  5. Institute of Sustainable Development Mamirauá (IDSM)
  6. Association of Educational Communication Roquette Pinto (Acerp): school and film library
  7. Santos Dumont Institute (ISD)
  8. Institute of Applied Pure Mathematics (IMPA)
  9. Brazilian Center for Research in Evaluation and Selection and Promotion of Events (Cebraspe)