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Tribunal de Contas da União

Minister Bruno Dantas is the new president of the TCU

Minister Bruno Dantas takes over as president of the TCU and sets priorities for its management.
Por Secom TCU

His tenure consists of the following pillars: the strengthening of international cooperation, the maximization of results from external control, with increased use of information technology and the integration of institutional planning, the assessment of the new work model and the attention to the mental health of servants and employees.


 “We work with special attention to the people that make up the Court. It is a large, strong, powerful institution, and it can only be what it is because of its people”, he said. “We are very attentive so that our employees continue to be absolutely acknowledged by the very high level of people.” (Bruno Dantas) 


The fact that the TCU is working hard to ensure that the XXIV INCOSAI contributes significantly to the growth of the Supreme Audit Institutions in the world and the consequent assumption of the presidency of INTOSAI, makes international cooperation leverage and gain importance in the House.


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Learn more about president Bruno Dantas: 

Minister Bruno Dantas is a post-doctoral fellow in Law, Doctor and Master in Civil Procedural Law, professor in master's and doctoral programs, as well as author of books and scientific articles.

The jurist served in a commission instituted by the President of the Federal Senate in the preparation of the draft of the new Brazilian Civil Procedure Code, as well as the draft of the Commercial Code. He presided over the Commission of Jurists for the elaboration of proposals for the improvement of government management and the public administration control system.

Prior to joining the TCU as a minister in 2014, he served for ten years as a legislative consultant of the Federal Senate, where he excelled, and for four years he was a general consultant of the Federal Senate (2007/2011), being elected by his peers and appointed by the president of that institution.

Changes in the area of international cooperation

Paula Hebling Dutra, TCU auditor with great experience in the area, is at the head of the Department of International Relations. The sector continues to count on the collaboration of Anahi Maranhão, who was already making efforts as the predecessor of the current secretary so that the Court could, at this moment, be able to guarantee the best possible for International Cooperation.






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