The TCU begins to use the Electronic Monitoring System of Personnel Court Decisions (Simone) to perform automatic auditing of court decisions in the personnel area issued by the TCU
The system was developed through a collaboration between the beneficiary Secretariat with the Secretariat for Guidance, Methods, Information and Intelligence for the EC and the Fight against Corruption (Soma), which developed Apex applications and interfaces for use in audits. It is expected to deal with approximately 90% of the stock of decisions in personnel processes.
Simone receives information from court decisions of personnel acts through the Radex System (corporate decision management system) and executes internal routines, automatically suggesting the decisions to be monitored, which are analyzed by the auditors, who indicate the effective treatment to be provided. The results are sent to several destinations, including: Continuous Payroll Auditing (e-Pessoa Evidence Module), e-TCU and Conecta platform (the TCU's communication interface with the external public).
In some cases, the receiving entity of the decision must be contacted via Conecta.. After receiving the request, the entity can send its response to the TCU, which is joined as a piece in the process under monitoring.
For other cases, in relation to the items challenged in the judgment, the team signals the need to verify the payrolls, through the E-Pessoal Evidence Module. If irregular payments persist, indications of irregularities to be investigated are generated and clarified by the entities. As a result, when the determinations are respected, the monitoring team marks compliance with the decision.
Finally, Simone presents a list of processes under monitoring, indicating those that can be closed by end of monitoring, those that still remain under monitoring and those that will require a more incisive and procedural action by the TCU, such as the proposition of hearings, citations and fines for non-compliance with the determination present in the original court decision.
Its use has already resulted in the analysis of 1,884 items related to the determinations and recommendations of court decisions of personnel acts.