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Brazil

5 commitments


COMPLETE 20% ONGOING 0% UNDERWAY 60% NO DATA 20% INACTIVE 0% OVERDUE 0% DROPPED 0%

Debarment Database

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)

Country: Brazil

Status: underway

Themes: Public procurement

Last updated: June 2018

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Information collection, sharing, availability

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

Country: Brazil

Status: underway

Themes: Beneficial ownership

Last updated: June 2018

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Open Data

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

Country: Brazil

Status: complete

Themes: Public procurement

Last updated: June 2018

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Public Contracting

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.

Country: Brazil

Status: no data

Themes: Beneficial ownership

Last updated: June 2018

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Reporting Corruption

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.

Country: Brazil

Status: underway

Themes: Whistleblower/civil society space protection

Last updated: June 2018

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