Presentation on theme: "TCUS CONTRIBUTION TO GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMPENT TCUS CONTRIBUTION TO GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMPENT BRAZIL INSTITUTE Wilson Center Minister João Augusto."— Presentation transcript:
TCUS CONTRIBUTION TO GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMPENT TCUS CONTRIBUTION TO GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMPENT BRAZIL INSTITUTE Wilson Center Minister João Augusto Ribeiro Nardes President of TCU May 6, 2014
SUMMARY THE STATE AS A PROMOTER OF DEVELOPMENT GOVERNANCE TCU GUIDELINES FOR IMPROVEMENT OF GOVERNANCE GOOD PRACTICES IN GOVERNANCE 2013 MAIN PROJECTS DEVELOPED IN 2013 CONCLUSION
Brazil 2013 GDP R$ 4.8 trillion Federal Budget R$ 2.48 trillion (budgeted in 2013) R$ 2.0 trillion (executed in 2013) How much the country produced Government expenditure and debt rollover THE STATE IS A STRONG PROMOTOER OF DEVELOPMENT States (R$ 430 bi) and Municipalities (R$ 350 bi) spent R$ 780 billion (Source: IBGE – data from 2011) Source: OFSS 2013 and IBGE
Public Expenditure by Government Function R$ 988 billion Special Charges R$ 988 billion Special Charges R$ 1.056 bi All Others Expenses R$ 1.056 bi All Others Expenses Executed Budget: 2.0 trillion Dados provisórios de 2013 Source: OFSS 2013 and IBGE Refinancing: R$ 577 bi Transfer: R$ 193 bi Interest rates and charges: R$ 142 bi Others: R$ 76 bi TOTAL:R$ 988 bi
RATIONALIZATION OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE RATIONALIZATION OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MORE PRODUCTIVITY MORE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Better policies in the areas of health, education, security, urban mobility, etc. at the federal, state and municipal levels MORE PRODUCTIVITY MORE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Better policies in the areas of health, education, security, urban mobility, etc. at the federal, state and municipal levels EDUCATION RESEARCH AND INNOVATION INFRASTRUCTURE SOCIAL AND REGIONAL INCLUSION DEMOCRACY FEDERATIVE COORDINATION POLITICAL AND TAX REFORM CHALLENGES FOR DENVELOPMENT FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIY MONETARY STABILITY FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIY MONETARY STABILITY GOVERNANCE
GOVERNANCE – THE AGENCYS PROBLEM Agent Delegates Executes Self-interest Principal The agencys (agent) problem (public and private) Self-interest Conflict of interest 7 Information asymmetry
THE AGENCYS PROBLEM 8 The develoment of theories on governance aims at finding better answers to the following question:
CONCEPT OF GOVERNANCE Public governance is the capacity that governments have of assessing, directing, and monitoring the management of several public policies put in place to meet the needs of the population, by using a set of appropriate instruments and tools. Achieving good governance requires strong leadership, a safe strategy and effective oversight of the actions of various managers that comprise a particular government. Fonte: Referencial de Governança - TCU
Institutional Planning (mission, objectives, indicators, targets and allocation of resources) Strategic committees (Business, HR, IT etc.) Personnel excellence and decentralization Risk Management, Internal Controls and Internal Audit Publication of plans, portfolios and results Evaluation of individual and institutional performance Government Oversight Legislative Branch with the help of the courts of accounts Social Control (participation of citizens and organized society) GOVERNANCE PRACTICES 10
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT Fonte: Referencial de Governança - TCU
VIDEO ON GOVERNANCE 12 Now we will watch a video on governance available on the TCU Facebook page and on Youtube.
TCU STRATEGIC PLAN 2011-2015 MISSION Oversee Public Administration in order to contribute to its improvement in the benefit of society. MISSION Oversee Public Administration in order to contribute to its improvement in the benefit of society. VISION To be known as an institution of excellence in oversight and in the improvement of Public Administration. VISION To be known as an institution of excellence in oversight and in the improvement of Public Administration.
MAIN GUIDELINES FOR PERFORMANCE Greater specialization of the Court by function of government (health, education, environment, etc.); Improvement of management and public corporate governance, without leaving aside evaluation of legality and compliance of the administrative acts; Performance of coordinated audits; Closer ties with international organizations.
EVOLUTION OF TCU STRUCTURE (COORDINATION AND SPECIALIZATION)
TOPICS SERVICES THAT ARE ESSENTIAL TO THE STATE National Defense and Pulbic Safety State Administra tion Personnel Information Technology Logistic Procurement Audit Departments in the States: Midwest and South Regions
TOPICS – SOCIAL AREA Education, culture and sports Social security, Labor and Social Assistance Health Audit Departments in the States: Northeast Region
TOPICS - NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Economic Develop- ment Environment and Agriculture National Treasury Governmental Macro evaluation (Government Accounts) Audit Departments in the States: North Region
TOPICS – INFRASTRUCTURE Airport and cons- truction works Road works Energy and sani- tation works Ports, water and rail road works De nationaliz ation and transport regulatio n Denational ization and Energy and Commu- nications regulation Indirect Adminis- tration in Rio de Janeiro Audit Departments in the States: Southeast Region
BASIC GUIDE ON GOVERNANCE Document that gathers and organizes good practices in public governance Applicable to Public Administration Institutions and Entities. If observed, the practices contained in the Reference Guide can enhance the quality and effectiveness of public policies and services delivered to citizens.
ASSESS Prior Assessment – scenarios and environments in the Strategic Plan Continuing assessment – Public Dialogues and Meetings with Congressmen, Government authorities, Business community, Press and members of Organized Society. Main related Governance Reference Guide practices To establish and disseminate communication channels and consulta- tion with stakeholders; To assess the level of satisfaction with the strategies and actions of the organization and assess the Courts public image and trustworthiness; To establish an objective and professional relationship with the media and other institutions; To ensure that our strategies and actions cater to the stakeholders in a balanced way.
DIRECT Specialization and Creation of Coordination Offices Choice of leaders for our administration Government Oversight Plan and Audit Plan alligned with Strategic Plan guidelines, Getting closer to international institutions and to the INTOSAI Congress (INCOSAI) Main related Governance practices To establish and formalize the organizations strategy. To establish coherent objectives that are alligned with all organizations involved in the implementation of the strategy so that the expected results may be achieved. To establish a management [and structure] model that favors the allignment of operations with the strategy and that enables verification of the achievement of benefits, results, objectives, and targets.
MONITOR Meeting of Top Managers (national and regional), Meetings of the Presidency with Audit Departments and internal Meetings of the General Secretariats Main related Governance practices To monitor the administration of the organization, especially the achievement of institutional goals and behavior of top management members. To be responsible for establishing policies and guidelines to manage the organization and for achieving expected results vis-a-vis the internal governance structures. To monitor and assess execution of the strategy, the main operational indicators and the outcomes of the organization.
In order to increase its productivity and consolidate itself as one of the world leaders in terms of development, Brazil has to establish a great pact to strengthen public governance. Government Oversight plays an essential role, at the federal, state and municipal levels, as a promoter of public governace in favor of development, without forgeting oversight of legality and compliance and the fight against corruption. CONCLUSION