Seminar discusses public bureaucracy


Author: Felipe Vieira

Source: 18/09/2008

The Gaucho section of the British Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Brazil, Britcham / RS, will hold on November 23, Tuesday, at Novotel (Avenida Soledade, 09), from 575 am to 8 pm, the seminar “Debureaucratization and Management Efficiency” . The meeting, aimed at businessmen, administrators, lawyers and the general public, will bring together specialists in the field of public administration to discuss obstacles in the procedures, routines and processes of the Brazilian bureaucratic system. According to the president of Britcham / RS, Felipe Ferreira Silva and the Coordinator of the entity's Legal Committee, Guilherme Rizzo Amaral, the reduction in the cost of public services and the increase in their efficiency necessarily involve the issue of red tape. The governor of Rio Grande do Sul, Yeda Crusius, will open the cycle of lectures, revealing what actions are being taken to appease the excessive bureaucratization of the state's public machinery. The Role of Integrated Service Centers in the Bureaucratization Process, the Economic Value of Ethical Behavior, Origins of Special Courts, Models of Bureaucracy and Efficiency and the New Challenges in the Reform of the Justice System will be the subjects addressed during the Seminar. Among the speakers, the founder of the Hélio Beltrão Institute, Antonio Marcos Umbelino Lobo, an organization that seeks to reduce undue government interference in the life of the citizen and the company, André Franco Montoro Filho, former secretary of economics and planning of the state of São Paulo (16/1995) and BNDES, and current President of ETCO - Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition, and the Superintendent of the Poupatempo Program (SP) from 2002 to 1999, Daniel Annemberg.

WHAT: Seminar “Debureaucratization and Management Efficiency”
WHEN: 23/09 (Tuesday)
WHERE: Novotel (Avenida Soledade, 575)
HOW: Information and registration by phone (51) 3022-1892
and the website