The Federal Court of Accounts – Brazil (TCU), chairing the Capacity Building Committee (CCC), an OLACEFS body, under the leadership of Minister Augusto Nardes, publishes the executive summary, a product of the Border Governance Coordinated Audit carried out among 13 Latin American countries with technical support of the German Cooperation Agency Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
Financial benefit from actions of the Federal Court of Accounts – Brazil (TCU) in the third quarter of 2020 exceeded US$ 1.5 billion
The total measurable financial benefit of the control actions of the Federal Court of Accounts - Brazil (TCU), in the third quarter of 2020, reached the amount of US$ 1,741,984,819.26. The amount is 19.06 times higher than the operating cost of the TCU in the period (US$ 91,362,546.70)
Minister Ana Arraes took office, on December 10th, as president of the Federal Court of Accounts - Brazil (TCU). In the same ceremony, Minister Bruno Dantas took office as the vice-president of the Court, and, simultaneously, as head of the Internal Affairs Office. The solemn event was conducted by the current president, Minister José Mucio Monterio, and was carried out remotely, during an extraordinary plenary session broadcasted live through the TCU channel on YouTube.
TCU's follow-up finds that 7.3 million citizens may be receiving the Emergency Aid without being entitled to it and 3.3 million people who meet the legal requirements are unduly excluded from benefit payments
Upon analysis of the payment of Covid-19's Emergency Aid, the TCU verified that the data from April to July showed 439,758 signs of undue benefits