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Electronic auction will be mandatory in agreements made by states and municipalities


Use of system increases competition and reduces bidding time, speeding delivery of public policies

States and municipalities that wish to enter into partnerships with the Federal Government to implement public policies such as building schools, hospitals and purchasing equipment should do so exclusively through electronic trading.

Managers may use the Federal Government Procurement System ( ComprasNet ) for free or choose other solutions, such as their own systems and tools available on the market. These systems will need to be integrated with  Plataforma + Brasil .

The announcement was made at the opening of the IV Union Transfer Forum, which began on Tuesday (3/9) and continues until tomorrow, Thursday (5/9), at the Serzedello Correa Institute, in Brasília (DF).

Currently, most of the trading sessions with funds from voluntary transfers from the Union are still held in face-to-face mode, especially in the municipalities.

The innovations announced at the event will be effective in the coming days, after being published in the Federal Official Gazette, by presidential decree.

"With the disclosure of the standard, we expect a mass migration to electronic procurement," says the Secretary of Management of the Ministry of Economy, Cristiano Heckert. “This will increase competition and reduce bidding time. Consequently, it will accelerate the delivery of public policies, ”he points out.

The special secretary of Red Tape, Management and Digital Government of the Ministry of Economy, Paulo Uebel, highlighted the importance of Plataforma + Brasil for the improvement of the Union's resource transfer process.

“People live in cities. If the resource does not reach the end, it makes no sense for the state to exist. The best way to restore society's trust in the public sector is to work excellently and we are doing it with the Platform, ”emphasized Uebel.


By 2022, the federal government's goal is to integrate all Union resource transfer systems into Plataforma + Brasil. At the moment, the tool already includes data from the System of Agreements and onlending Contracts (Siconv). By the end of September, will be incorporated the Penitentiary Fund and the Public Security Fund, the Ministry of Justice - which move more than $ 2.5 billion per year.

In November 2019, the Decentralized Execution Terms (TEDs) and the Science, Technology and Innovation agreements will be included, bringing together another R $ 110 billion annually to the Platform.

The next step, scheduled for February 2020, will be the transfer of forecast resources transfers, the Sports Incentive Law and the National Fund for Public Disasters, bringing together another R $ 700 million per year.


In addition to the secretaries of the Ministry of Economy, attended the opening ceremony of the IV Union Transfer Forum, representatives of control bodies, the Presidency of the Republic, the National Confederation of Municipalities (CNM) and the partner banks of the federal government in the transfer of resources for public policy execution. 

The special secretary of Federal Affairs of the Presidency of the Republic, Deborah Arôxa, recalled that one of the main advances brought by the tool was the gain of time in accountability. With computerization, the analysis time went from about a year to half an hour.

"We needed solutions that would work both in the North and South. We are on this path, simplifying, standardizing and streamlining processes," he celebrated.