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Tribunal de Contas da União

TCU's efforts on citizen participation are highlighted in OLACEFS training course

TCU's self-assessment and action plan for 2024 were covered in the training, now in its third edition
Por Secom TCU

From September to November of 2024, the Brazilian Federal Court of Accounts (TCU) took part in the third edition of the Training Course for Trainers in Citizen Participation Strategies. Following six online sessions, the in-person phase took place from November 22 to 24, in Lima, Peru. 

The training, led by the Citizen Participation Committee of the Organization of Latin American and Caribbean Supreme Audit Institutions (OLACEFS) and Peru's Office of the Comptroller General, included a self-assessment of the TCU on the topic and the development of an action plan to enhance citizen participation within the Court. 

The following are some of TCU’s potential initiatives next year: 

  • To build and develop partnerships between the technical departments and citizen participation institutions. 

  • To organize an agenda of events and initiatives on the topic. 

  • To carry out a training on citizen participation for government employees. 

  • To move forward with initiatives to adopt simple language.  

Representing TCU, Luiz Gustavo Andrioli, from the Department of External Control for Mutual Agreement and Conflict Prevention (SecexConsenso), presented the Court’s main advances regarding Citizen Participation.  

During the occasion, Andrioli emphasized:

  • Issuing a TCU Regulation establishing the 16 guidelines for citizen participation

  • Creating focal points on the topic throughout the entire TCU; 

  • The audits in which the Court consulted with society during the planning stage; 

  • The Citizen Task Force; and 

  • The citizen participation diagnosis led by TCU within the collaborative network of courts of accounts (Rede Integrar), involving 14 State Courts of Accounts

Andrioli also explained how SecexConsenso works and emphasized the importance of engaging with stakeholders in conflict resolution. The discussion also covered topics such as the engagement of the 33 Brazilian courts of accounts through Rede Integrar

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