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The Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker monitors the progress of the commitments made by Governments and organisations at the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit. Scroll down to see whether the words have turned into action...

The Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker monitors the progress of the commitments made by Governments and organisations at the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit. Scroll down to see who has kept to their word...

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BRAZIL

The majority of Brazil’s commitments are either overdue or inactive. Transparency International Brazil’s assessment judged half of Brazil’s commitments to be neither new nor ambitious, demonstrating little effort from a big emerging global player.

Only two of Brazil’s commitments are complete (working with other countries to promote technical assistance) or underway (implementing measures and regulations to ensure that information on company beneficial ownership is obtained, verified, recorded and kept up to date).

According to TI Brazil, a bill on whistleblowing has recently been rejected in Congress – the commitment is still marked as inactive. Worryingly, commitments to making public procurement data open by default, and to ensuring access and transparency of information on companies punished under the Corporate Liability Law and the Public Procurement Law, have been assessed as overdue.

COMPLETE
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5.3%
10.4%
UNDERWAY
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13.3%
OVERDUE
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20%
INACTIVE
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23%
COMPLETE
These pledges have been completed and are no longer running
Capacity Building
Training and Assistance BRAZIL

Brazil is committed to working with other countries to promote technical assistance and the dissemination of best practices.

 

ONGOING
THERE ARE NO ONGOING PLEDGES
UNDERWAY
These pledges are underway and on target
Information collection, sharing, availability
Beneficial Ownership BRAZIL

Brazil is implementing measures and regulations to ensure that information on beneficial owner of companies is obtained, verified, recorded and kept up-to-date.  

OVERDUE
These pledges are underway but have fallen behind target
Open Data
Public Procurement BRAZIL

Brazil is committed to make data on public procurement open by default, providing usable, timely and shareable information.

Debarment Database
Public Procurement BRAZIL

Brazil is committed to ensuring full access and transparency of information on companies punished in the terms of the Corporate Liability Law and the Public Procurement Law, through the use of the National Registry of Punished Companies (CNEP) and the Registry of Ineligible and Suspended Companies (CEIS)

INACTIVE
These pledges are are inactive and not making any progress
Reporting Corruption
Whistleblower and Civil Society Space Protection BRAZIL

Brazil will continue to strengthen mechanisms to make it easier for citizens to report corruption, to facilitate actions including by law enforcement on the information provided, and to protect “whistle blowers” and others in the public and private employees who take personal risks to unveil corruption activities.

Public Contracting
Beneficial Ownership BRAZIL

Brazil has also taken measures to guarantee that information on the beneficial owner of companies participating in bids and public procurement processes is assembled and verified before the establishment of public contracts.