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Brazil Government - New Executive Branch Structure

In the second term of President Dilma Rousseff, the executive branch was distributed among ten parties that participated on the coalition for her election campaign in October 2014. See more details on the presentation

In the second term of President Dilma Rousseff, the executive branch was distributed among ten parties that participated on the coalition for her election campaign in October 2014. See more details on the presentation

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  1. 1. Ministerial Team 2nd Term Main Ministries January, 2015 Burson-Marsteller – Public Affairs Brasília-DF
  2. 2. • In the second term of President Dilma Rousseff, the executive branch was distributed among ten parties that participated on the coalition for her election campaign in October 2014. • The PT party, which had 15 ministries in the previous government, now has only 13, still remaining as the party with the largest number of ministers. The party lost the ministry of Education, but kept other important positions, such as the Justice, Chief of Staff, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Social Development. The last two are some of the ministries of higher budget. • The PMDB, party of the Vice President Michel Temer, got six ministries. Before, the party used to have five ministries - lost the Ministry of Social Security, which went to the PT - but won the secretariats of Ports and Fisheries, keeping the Ministries of Agriculture and the Mines and Energy. • PSD got two ministries: Micro and Small Enterprises and Cities. • PCdoB got the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. • PDT kept the Ministry of Labor. • PROS, a newly born party, got the Ministry of Education. Introduction
  3. 3. Ministerial Team
  4. 4. Discretionary Resources - distributionPowerinDiscretionaryResources* (Percentage) 45,88% 5,70% 0,03% 13,74% 9,86% 1,58% 0,56% 0,20% 0,00% 21,90% 5,00% 16,30% 2,90% 9,20% 4,50% 0,60% 1,50% 23,20% PT PMDB PSD PP PR PCdoB PDT PRB PROS 2014 2015 *Funds for purchases and investments, in which the Ministry has power to decide on its destination. • The Ministerial reform for the second term of President Rousseff resulted in a lower volume of resources under the control of PT. The party will command only 21% of discretionary resources, as opposed to mandatory binding of funds can be spent freely; • The rate is the lowest in the last 12 years. Other 64% of discretionary resources will be under control of the allied base and only the remaining 15% will stay with the technical positions; • The second lower control rate of discretionary ministerial resources in this 12th years of the PT in power occurred in 2005, during the Lula´s government, when dropped from 53.23% in 2004 to 38.94% in 2005, a period that coincided with the discovery of the “Mensalão” scandal; • In 2015, before the “Lava Jato” operation, the behavior pattern is repeated, with the redistribution of resources between the base combined with a new momentum of political weakening of the party. Source: FGV
  5. 5. Summary Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI) Ministry of Communications (MC) Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC) Ministry of Education(MEC) Ministry of Finance (MF) Ministry of Justice(MJ) Ministry of Environment (MMA) Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (MPOG) Ministry of Health (MS) Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE) Secretariat of Social Communications (SECOM) This work brings together the changes on the 13 most strategic ministries of President Dilma in her 2nd mandate. 06 11 15 21 28 40 50 60 72 33 45 55 67
  6. 6. Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply
  7. 7. • The new Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply - MAPA, Katia Abreu, said her top priority in the Ministry will be double the size of the Brazilian rural middle class in four years. The goal is to promote the rise of class D to class C of about 800 thousand producers providing them with rural technical assistance network and extension. • She scheduled for March the release of the Agriculture Defense National Planning and aims to create five Export Processing Zones (EPZs) in strategic regions of the country. • She advocated the creation of a council of scientists, along the lines of the National Biosafety Technical Commission (CTNBio) to evaluate the approval of pesticides. • It is expected that the bylaws of the Ministry to be changed in the next 60 days to officially create the Department of Dialogue and Social Mobility and transform the Secretariat of Agricultural Development and Cooperatives in Secretariat of the Rural Producer. 2015 Priorities - MAPA
  8. 8. Previous José Gerardo Fontelles Secretariat of Agricultural Policy Secretariat of Agricultural Defense MAPA Executive Secretary Secretariat of Agricultural Development and Cooperatives New Maria Emília Jaber Secretariat of Agribusiness International Relations Previous Neri Geller New Kátia Abreu Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) Secretariat of Production and Agro energy Previous Marcelo Junqueira New Tatiana Palermo Cleide Santos Laia Current (No changes to date) Rodrigo Figueiredo Current (No change to date) Caio Tibério Current (No changes to date) Wilson Vaz de Araújo (Interim) Current (No changes to date)
  9. 9. • She was born in Goiânia/GO. • She is seen as defender of the agribusiness sector. Professional Life • Graduated in Psychology from the University of Goiás, she became a farmer after her husband´s death in 1987. She moved to Tocantins, where her farms was located. • Became president of the Rural Union of Gurupi, president of the Federation of Agriculture of Tocantins State (1995 e 2005). • In 2008 she was elected, for the first time, president of the National Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock for 2008 to 2011 and now reelected for 2015 to 2017. Political Background • Senator and president of the National Confederation of Agriculture and Livestock (CNA). • Federal Representative (April 2000 to April 2002), when she was elected president of the rural bench at the National Congress. In 2006, she was elected senator for the first time and reelected on 2014. Name: Kátia Regina de Abreu (PMDB) Date of birth: 1962 Age: 52 Kátia Abreu – Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) New Appointment
  10. 10. • She was born in Goiânia/GO. • She was nominated to take over the Secretariat of Education of the State of Tocantins. Professional Background • Graduated and specialized in Visual Arts and Education Projects by University Federal of Goiás (UFG), postgraduate degree in Business Management from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), training in Leadership from the University Dom Cabral, training in Leadership from Alta Scuola Impresa e Societá - ALTIS / Universidatá Cattolica del sacred Heart - UCSC / Milan. • She is certified by the Brazilian Society of Coaching for Personal, Business and Executive Coach. She has worked as a teacher from 1984 to 2004. She was director of the School of Basic and Vocational Education of Sesi / Senai Palmas - TO. • She served as an advisor for Strategic Affairs of the Presidency of the Federation of Industries of the State of Tocantins (FIETO), was coordinator and executive manager of SESI Tocantins and Operational director SESI/SENAI Tocantins. She was technical director of Sebrae/Tocantins from 2007 to 2014. Name: Maria Emília Mendonça Pedroza Jaber Date of birth: 1967 Age: 47 Maria Emília Jaber – Executive Secretary Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) New Appointment
  11. 11. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
  12. 12. • The new Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI), Aldo Rebelo, advocated for more focus to the science, technology and innovation areas in the Federal Government and at the National Congress. • Rebelo has undertaken to extend the capabilities of the National Scientific and Technological Development Fund (FNDCT), which was created in order to provide financial support for priority programs and projects of scientific and technological development, and taking as a source of revenue tax incentives, loans from financial institutions, contributions and donations from public and private entities. • In addition, pledged to keep the National Program of Knowledge Platforms - PNPC, released in June by the former Minister Campolina. • Rebuild and expand investments in the expansion and consolidation of the National System of Science, Technology and Innovation, and strengthen the role of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) and the Studies and Projects Financing Agency (FINEP). • The minister said it is necessary to support innovation and productivity of domestic enterprises, with greater proximity between industries and universities. 2015 Priorities - MCTI
  13. 13. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI) Secretariat of Research and Development Policy and Programs Secretariat of Science and Technology for Social Inclusion Secretariat of Informatics Policy MCTI Previous Clélio Campolina New Aldo Rebelo Secretariat of Technological Development and Innovation Executive Secretary Carlos Afonso Nobre Current (No changes to date) Armando Zeferino Milioni Current (No changes to date) Virgílio Almeida Current (No changes to date) Álvaro Toubes Prata Current (No changes to date) Oswaldo Duarte Current (No changes to date)
  14. 14. • He was born in Viçosa/AL. • Minister of different positions since Lula´s government, he represents an important supporter of PT governments. Professional Life • Journalist, he entered public life through academic organizations. He was Secretary General of the National Students Union (UNE),1979; President of UNE, 1980. Political Background • On Rousseff’s first term, he was Minister of Sports, responsible for the organization of the Fifa´s World Cup in 2014. • He was city councilor of São Paulo, from 1989 to 1991, with the PC do B. • Federal Representative from 1991 to 1995 (Reviewing Congress), when he participated on the Constitutional Reviewing. He was elected Federal Representative from 1995 to 1999, 1999 to 2003, 2003 to 2007 and 2007 to 2011. • He was chairman of the House of Representative, always with Lula´s government´s basis. He was also Minister of Political Coordination and Minister of Institutional Relations, from 2004 to 2005. Name: José Aldo Rebelo Figueiredo (PCdoB) Date of birth: 1956 Age: 58 Aldo Rebelo – Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI) New Appointment
  15. 15. • He was born in Uberaba/MG. • Holder of the National Order of Scientific Merit. Professional Life • He is graduated in Mechanical engineering and Electrical engineering from the University of Brasilia, master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, USA. • He is a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, UFSC. • From 2000 to 2004 he was dean of research and post-graduation at UFSC and was president of the National Forum of Pro-Rectors of Research and Graduate Studies of Higher Education Institutions. • He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, and coordinates the National Institute of Science and Technology in Refrigeration and Thermal physics. His areas of research are heat transfer and fluid mechanics. Name: Álvaro Toubes Prata Date of Birth: 1955 Age: 59 Álvaro Prata – Executive Secretary Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI)
  16. 16. Ministry of Communications
  17. 17. • During the inauguration ceremony, the new Minister of Communications, Ricardo Berzoini, stressed the importance of press freedom for democracy and stressed that one of its priorities will be to promote a broad debate on the regulation of the media. • His priorities will be to discuss new rules for the mass media, resulted from public concession: TV and radio. • In his first speech, Berzoini sought a more political tone than technical. He did not venture in any specific agenda of the sector, such as universal access to the internet and migration from analog to digital telecommunications model, but at different times mentioned dialogue with activists of social movements, trade unions and (on only one occasion ) with the business sector. • The former minister, Paulo Bernardo, mentioned other issues to be resolved by the new minister: global governance on the Internet, together with the regulations to be made this year of the Internet Bill, media activity and its regulatory situation, digital TV and broadband for all. 2015 Priorities - MC
  18. 18. Ministry of Communications (MC) Secretariat of Digital Inclusion MC Executive Secretary Previous Paulo Bernardo New Ricardo Berzoini Secretariat of de Telecommunications Secretariat of Electronic Communications Services Previous Genildo Lins New Luiz Azevedo Lygia Pupatto Current (No changes to date) Patrícia Ávila Current (No changes to date) Maximiliano Martinhão Current (No changes to date)
  19. 19. • He was born in Juiz de For a/MG, but moved to São Paulo, where he has been living since he was six years old. • He is a career employee of Banco do Brasil, since 1978. Professional Life • Graduate d in Civil Engineering from the University of São Paulo. • He was Minister of Social Security in Lula´s first term. • Career employee of Banco do Brasil he began his political life at the Banking Union of São Paulo, Osasco and Region, where he was the president. Political Background • He was elected federal representative four consecutive times in 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2010. • At the ministerial reform of 2004 Berzoini left the ministry and was replaced by Amir Lando. Then, he replaced Jaques Wagner at the Ministry of Labor and Employment. • In 2013 he became minister of Institutional Relations in the President Rousseff’s first term. Name: Ricardo Berzoini (PT) Date of Birth: 1960 Age: 54 Ricardo Berzoini – Minister of Communications (MC) New Appointment
  20. 20. • He was born in Viradouro/SP. Professional Life • Graduated in Economy from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), he holds a master degree in Sociology from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC). • He was Executive Secretary of the Presidency (PR) from 2009 to 2011 and deputy chief of Parliamentarians Affairs of PR in 2011 and Special Assistant to the Presidency of the Correios from 2011 to 2014. Political Background • Currently, he was Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of Institutional Relations. • He was state representative with the PT for São Paulo from 1991 to 1995. Name: Luiz Antônio Alves de Azevedo (PT) Date of birth: 1955 Age: 59 Luiz Azevedo – Executive Secretary Ministry of Communications (MC) New Appointment
  21. 21. Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade
  22. 22. • The new Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC), Armando Monteiro, announced that in the short term he will launch a positive agenda to increase the competitiveness of domestic industry, focusing on five areas: foreign trade, fiscal environment, the renewal of industrial park, stimulating innovation and improving competitiveness governance system. • Expand foreign trade via a national export plan with financial measures, guarantees and exemption of exports and trade facilitation. Other planned actions include strengthening the Single Portal of Foreign Trade and the pursue, along with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the expansion of trade agreements with strategic partners - Mercosur, USA, China and countries in South America. • Improving the tax environment through a set of microeconomic reforms of reduced the fiscal impact, yet to be defined. The aim is to ensure legal certainty for investors and less bureaucratic processes. • Renew the industrial park by reducing the average age of equipment in operation in Brazil. For this, the idea of the Government is to implement a public bank financing model, allowing increased access to resources for small and medium enterprises. • Stimulate innovation as a key to increasing the Brazilian competitiveness. He said it will be necessary to improve the legal framework, expand the scope and focus of funding and increase integration and harmony between industrial innovation policies. 2015 Priorities - MDIC
  23. 23. Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC) Secretariat of Production Development Executive Secretary of the Foreign Trade Chamber MDIC Executive Secretary Secretary of Foreign Trade Previous Mauro Borges Current Armando Monteiro Secretariat of Innovation Secretariat of Commerce and Services Previous Heloiza Menezes New Carlos Gadelha Previous André Alvim New Anamélia Soccal Previous Ricardo Schaefer New Ivan Ramalho Nelson Fujimoto (Interim) Current (No changes to date) Nelson Fujimoto Current (No changes to date) Daniel Godinho Current (No changes to date)
  24. 24. • He was born in Recife, PE. • Began his political career relatively late, in 1990, when he joined the PSDB and then, later on 1997, PMDB. Professional Life • In 973, graduated in Business Administration from Getulio Vargas Foundation and in 1988, Law from the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE). • President of the Industry Federation of Pernambuco (FIEPE) from 1992 to 2004. • President of the National Industry Confederation (CNI) from 2006 to 2010. Political Background • Federal Representative from: 1999-2003 (PMDB-PE), 2003-2007 (PTB-PE) and 2007-2011 (PTB-PE). • Currently, senator from Pernambuco until 2019 (PTB-PE). Name: Armando de Queiróz Monteiro Neto (PTB) Date of birth: 1952 Age: 62 Armando Monteiro – Minister of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC) New appointment
  25. 25. • He was born in Rio de Janeiro/RJ. • Graduated in Economy from the Faculdade de Ciências Econômicas Dom Bosco (Rio de Janeiro). Professional Life • Ramalho was Executive Secretary of the MDIC during Luiz Fernando Furlan administration, in the first term of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. The economist also served as representative of Brazil in the GMC (Common Market Group) Mercosur between 2011 and 2014. • Before taking over the Executive Secretariat, he was Director of the Department of Foreign Trade Operations (DECEX), of the Secretariat of Foreign Trade; Project Manager " Development of the Export Sector "; representative in the Export Credit Committee (CCEx) and the Council of the Export Guarantee Fund (CFGE); Head of Machinery and Equipment (Demeq) of the Foreign Trade Portfolio (CACEX), the Bank of Brazil S / A; and Coordinator of the Technical Group responsible for the development and implementation of the Integrated Foreign Trade System (Siscomex). • Represented the ministry in the Development Council of Coffee Policy (CDPC) in the Ministry of Agriculture; served as Board Member of the Foreign Trade Studies Center Foundation (FUNCEX) and the Editorial Board of the journal "Foreign Trade" of the Bank of Brazil. Name: Ivan João Guimarães Ramalho Date of Birth: 1946 Age: 68 Ivan Ramalho – Executive Secretary Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC) New appointment
  26. 26. • She was born in Santa Maria/RS. • Began her career at the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (MPOG). Professional Life • Graduated in Economy from the University of Brasília (UnB) and expert on Public Policy and Government Management. • Used to be Special Assistant to Camex since march 2004. • She was also coordinator-general the Department of International Relations (SAIN) of the Ministry of Finance (MF) and economist of the Technical Studies Group (GETEC) of the Under Secretariat of Economic Affairs, Integration and Foreign Commerce of the Ministry of External Relations (MRE). Name: Anamélia Soccal Seyffarth Date of birth: 1966 Age: 48 Anamélia Soccal Seyffarth – Executive Secretary of the Foreign Trade Chamber (Camex/MDIC) New appointment
  27. 27. • He was born in Rio de Janeiro/RJ • Graduated, master and doctorate in Economy from the Economic Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro- UFRJ. Professional Life • He was Secretary of Science, Technology and Strategic Inputs of the Ministry of Health, 2011 until January 2015. For more than 20 years as Fiocruz server, held positions as Vice President of Production and Innovation in Health, where he developed studies industrial health complex, resulting in national ongoing politics of health industry development in Brazil, mainly known as PDP (Productive Development Partnership), which now follow a more nationalist model of import substitution. • He is the General Coordinator of the Professional Master in Policy and Management of Science, Technology and Innovation in Health, National School of Public Health Sergio Arouca of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (ENSP / FIOCRUZ), and coordinator of the Research Group on Industrial Complex and Innovation in Health (GIS). Member of Steering Committee of the Health Sector Fund, Member of the National Biotechnology Committee and Member of the Scientific Council of the National Technical Institute of the Ministry of Science Technology and Technology Committee; Chairman of the Board of Hemobrás, Member of the Board of IVB, and Analyst S & T of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation. Political Background • He defends the government purchasing power use, especially the Ministry of Health, to encourage industries. Ruling and articulate, seems to show interest in a more political role. Name: Carlos Augusto Grabois Gadelha Date of birth: 05/13/1961 Age: 53 Carlos Gadelha – Secretary of Production Development (SDP) Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC) New appointment
  28. 28. Ministry of Education
  29. 29. • The new Minister of Education (MEC), Cid Gomes, listed in his speech the main priority programs for 2015. Among them, basic education, the expansion of services for children under 3 years of age with childcare, and universal access for children of 4 and 5 years to preschool. • Focus on the "National Pact of Literacy on Certain Age", increasing the number of full time schools and the offer of 12 million positions in PRONATEC - National Program for Access to Technical Education and Employment, in the next four years. • He also mentioned the expansion of the program "Science without Borders" and the goals of the National Education Plan (PNE). 2015 Priorities - MEC
  30. 30. Ministry of Education (MEC) Secretariat of Basic Education (SEB) Secretariat of Continued Education, Literacy, Diversity and Inclusion (SECADI) Secretariat of Regulation and Supervision of the Higher Education (SERES) Secretariat of Higher Education (SESU) MEC Secretariat of Professional and Technological Education (SETEC) Previous José Henrique Paim New Cid Gomes Secretariat of Coordination with Education Systems (SASE) Executive Secretary Paulo Speller Current (NO changes to date) Marcelo Machado Feres Current (no changes to date) Maria Beatriz Luce Current (no changes to date) open (no changes to date) Binho Marques Current (no changes to date) Marta Wendel Abramo current (no changes to date) Luiz Cláudio Costa Current (No changes to date)
  31. 31. • He was born in Sobral/CE. • Currently governor of Ceará, his brother, Ciro Gomes, is the mayor of Fortaleza, federal representative, former governor of Ceará, candidate to the presidency and minister of Economy and National Integration. Professional Life • Civil Engineer from the University of Ceará . • In 2005 moved to Washington D.C, where he was a consultant to the Inter American Development Bank (IDB) . Political Background • Began his political life at age of 25, in 1988, as vice-mayor of Sobral. He was elected state representative (1990 to 1994), mayor of Sobral (1996 to 2000) and governor of Ceará (2006 to 2010). • He is currently governor of Ceará. • Affiliated to PROS, Cid Gomes left PSB when former president of the party demanded support from all members to his candidacy fro president in 2014. Name: Cid Ferreira Gomes (PROS) Date of birth: 1963 Age: 51 Cid Gomes – Minister of Education (MEC) New appointment
  32. 32. • He was born in Belo Horizonte (MG) • Graduated in Math from the Federal University of Viçosa in 1983. Professional Life • He is currently associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Engineering in the area of climate change. He is a researcher of CNPq, was president of the Brazilian Society of Agro meteorology and team leader of Climate Change experts from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) of the UN. • In January 2011, he was appointed and took over the Secretariat of Higher Education (SESU) of the Ministry of Education, leaving the rectory of the Federal University of Viçosa. • In February 2012, left the Department of Higher Education and was named president of the National Institute of Educational Studies Anisio Teixeira (INEP). • On February 12, 2014, left the presidency of INEP and took over the Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Education (MEC). Name: Luiz Cláudio Costa Date of birth: 1958 Age: 57 Luiz Cláudio Costa – Executive Secretary Ministry of Education (MEC)
  33. 33. Ministry of Finance
  34. 34. • In his inaugural speech, the new Finance Minister, Joaquim Levy, presented his team ─ mainly formed by orthodox economists. • Fiscal austerity, subsidy cuts in BNDES and the end of exemptions for specific sectors. He advocated on tax simplification measures and the possibility of tax increases. • As part of the new measures in recent weeks, changes were announced in some social benefits such as unemployment insurance, sick pay, salary bonuses and death benefits, which still have to be submitted to Congress. • He increased the interest rate of the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) for the productive sector in order to reduce the payment of subsidies by the government. • He increased the Tax on Industrialized Products (IPI) for the automotive and cosmetics industry. • For 2015, the government established a primary surplus (savings made to pay interest) of 1.2% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), equivalent to RS 66.3 billion for the entire public sector - which also includes the states, municipalities and companies State. 2015 Priorities - MF
  35. 35. Ministry of Finance (MF) Secretariat of National Treasury Secretariat of Economic Policy Secretariat of International Affairs Secretariat of the Federal Revenue MF General Attorney of the Finance Secretariat of Economic Monitoring Executive Secretary Previous Carlos Aberto Barreto New Jorge Rachid Previous Guido Mantega New Joaquim Levy Previous Paulo Caffarelli New Tarcísio Godoy Previous Márcio Holland New Afonso Arinos Previous Pablo Fonseca New Pablo Fonseca Previous Carlos Cozendey New Luís Antonio Carneiro Previous Arno Augustin New Marcelo Barbosa Previous Adriana Queiroz New Adriana Queiroz Reappointed Reappointed
  36. 36. • He was born in Rio de Janeiro/RJ. • He began his career in 1984 in the Department of Engineering and Operations Office of FLUMAR S / Navigation. Professional Life • BSc in Naval Architecture; MA in Economics, Fundação Getulio Vargas; PhD in Economics, University of Chicago. • Formerly with International Monetary Fund including: 1997-98, Research; 1999-2000, Visiting Economist, Capital Markets Division and Monetary Strategy Division, Monetary Policy Directorate, European Central Bank; 2000, Vice-President, Finance and Administration, IDB, Washington. • Currently Chief Strategy Officer, Bram - Bradesco Asset Management Political Background • Deputy Secretary of Economic Policy, Ministry of Finance, Brazil; 2001-02, Chief Economist, Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management; 2003-06, Secretary, National Treasury, Brazil; 2006 • Secretary of Finance for Rio de Janeiro, June 2010. Name: Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy Date of birth: 1961 Age: 53 Joaquim Levy – Minister of Finance (MF) New Appointment
  37. 37. • He was born in Campo Belo/MG. • He began his career as Port Engineer of the Dock Company of Bahia in 1986. Professional Life • Master in Economy of Public Sector from the University of Brasília, in 2008, where he graduated in Civil engineering in 1985 and finished post-graduation in Geotecnic in 1991. Specialization on Security Systems from Wharton School, of the Pensilvânia University- EUA, in 1994, and Economy from the Minerva Institute, of the George Washington University - EUA, in 1998. • Since 1992, he has occupied several positions in the public sector, such as: General-Coordinator and Deputy Secretary of Complimentary Security of the Ministry of Social Security; General Coordinator of the Assumption and Restructuring of Liabilities and General Coordinator of Public Debt Management and Deputy Secretary of fiscal policy area the National Treasury. In December 2006 he was appointed Secretary of the Treasury. • From 2007 and 2010, he was president of Brasilprev, insurance and Security. • He was currently Director of Bradesco Seguros e Previdência. Name: Tarcisio Jose Massote de Godoy Date of birth: 1964 Age: 50 Tarcísio Godoy – Executive Secretary Ministry of Finance New Appointment
  38. 38. • He was born in Rio de Janeiro/RJ. • Fiscal Auditor of the Federal Revenue. Political Background • He was Secretary of the Federal Revenue (SRF) from 2003-2008, during the first term of Lula´s administration, when he created the super Revenue, unifying information on SRF and Social Security. • He used to work for the former secretary of Federal Revenue, Everardo Maciel, during former president Fernando Henrique Cardoso´s term. Name: Jorge Antônio Deher Rachid Date of birth: 1961 Age: 54 Jorge Rachid – Secretary of the Federal Revenue (SRF) Ministry of Finance New Appointment
  39. 39. • He was born in Rio de Janeiro/RJ. • He is the grandson of the writer and diplomat Afonso Arinos de Melo Franco and great-grandson of Afonso Arinos de Melo Franco Sobrinho, important Brazilian politician. Professional Life • He holds a degree of Civil Engineer from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1984), Master in Economics from the Getulio Vargas Foundation (1988) and PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago (1993). • He is Associate Professor at EPGE - Getúlio Vargas Foundation and operates in the areas of International Trade, Industrial Organization, and Competition Policy. • He was a member of the Board of Competition Defense (CADE) 2000-2002. Name: Afonso Arinos de Melo Franco Neto Date of birth: 1966 Age: 49 Afonso Arinos – Secretary of Economic Policy Ministry of Finance (MF) New Appointment
  40. 40. Ministry of Justice
  41. 41. • Justice Minister Jose Eduardo Cardozo, was re-appointed to the post by President Rousseff and, at a press conference said that public security and combat the corruption will continue among the priorities of his ministry. The government's position is clear to ensure the autonomy of research and support the work of prosecutors and the Federal Police. • Other priorities are combating organized crime, implementing a permanent structure to perform integrated operations between the state and federal police. • Thus, the main priority of the Ministry will be the Proposed Constitutional Amendment to Safety (PEC da Segurança), which will have two main points: to increase the spectrum of Union action, setting in solving crimes which the federal level can act and allow the Union trace common guidelines for actions to the police in all states. 2015 Priorities - MJ
  42. 42. National Secretariat of Justice National Secretariat of Public Safety Secretariat of Legislative Affairs National Secretariat of Drug Policy Secretariat of Judiciary Reform MJ Extraordinary Secretariat of Major Events Security Previous José Cardozo New José Cardozo Reappointed National Secretariat of Consumer Executive Secretary Ministry of Justice (MJ) Flávio Caetano Current (No changes to date) Andrei Rodrigues Current (No changes to date) Paulo Abrão Pires Junior Current (No changes to date) Regina Miki Current (No changes to date) Juliana da Silva Current (No changes to date) Gabriel Sampaio Current (No changes to date) Vitore Maximiano Current (No changes to date) Marivaldo Pereira Current (No changes to date)
  43. 43. • He was born in São Paulo/SP. • He was chosen as one of the 100 most influent parliamentarians by the Inter Parliamentary Advisory Department (Diap). Professional Life • Graduated in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP) and master degree in Law from the same university. He is Public Attorney of the City of São Paulo. • Professor of Administrative Law of PUC/SP Political Background • At 28, he became secretary of Government of São Paulo (1989-1992), the first term of the PT in the capital, of the Mayor Luiza Erundina. • He was city councilor of São Paulo for three terms and chaired the City Council for two years. Was federal representative for two terms (2002 and 2006). • In the presidential election of 2010, he was one of the main organizers of the President Rousseff campaign, along with Antonio Palocci. In 2011 he was appointed Minister of Justice in the first term of the Rousseff government. In December 31st, 2014, his name was confirmed to remain in the position during President Rousseff ‘s second term. Name: José Eduardo Martins Cardozo (PT) Date of birth: 1959 Age: 54 José Eduardo Cardozo – Minister of Justice (MJ) Reappointed
  44. 44. • He was born in São Paulo/SP. • Marivaldo de Castro Pereira is graduated in Law, master in Civil Law from the University of São Paulo (USP). Professional Life • He worked with José Eduardo Cardozo, while Councilman (at PT). • In 2005, was Director of the Department of Judicial Police, later, in 2007, took over the Sub- Secretariat for Legal Affairs of the Presidency of Chief of Staff. Subsequently took the Reform of the Judiciary National Secretariat. • Marivaldo took over the position of Executive Secretary in 2014, when he held the position of Secretary of Legislative Affairs. Name: Marivaldo de Castro Pereira Date of birth: 1979 Ager: 35 Marivaldo de Castro Pereira – Executive Secretary Ministry of Justice (MJ)
  45. 45. Ministry of Environment
  46. 46. • For the next term, Minister Izabella Teixeira wants to build an environmental policy that dialogue on a daily basis with the population, ranging from noise pollution to urban mobility. • Discussions on accountability of the richest countries and Brazil's role in relation to environmental protection must also be in the ministry schedule next year, when the 21st Climate Conference (COP 21) will occur in Paris. At the meeting, a new global climate agreement will be discussed, which will replace the Kyoto Protocol from 2020. • Remediation of Guanabara Bay is a major challenge in the environmental agenda of the country. The fact that the state capital will host the Olympics in 2016 makes this challenge "strategic" and political. • Acting in conjunction with the state departments of Environment to continue the successful policy of recovery of the Atlantic Forest. 2015 Priorities - MMA
  47. 47. Ministry of Environment (MMA) Secretariat of Institutional Corrdination and Environmental Citzenship Secretariat of Biodiversity and Forests Secretariat of Climate Changes and Environmental Quality Secretariat of Water Resources and Urban Environment MMA Secretariat of Extraction and Rural Sustainable Development Secretaria Executiva Previous Izabella Texeira New Izabella Texeira Reappointed Regina Gualda Current (No changes to date) Roberto Cavalcanti Current (No changes to date) Paulo Guilherme Cabral Current (No changes to date) Carlos Klink Current (No changes to date) Ney Maranhão Current (No changes to date) Francisco Gaetani Current (No changes to date)
  48. 48. • She was born in Brasília/DF Professional Life • She graduated in biology from the University of Brasilia (UNB) and holds a master's degree in energy planning and a doctorate in environmental planning at COPPE / UFRJ. • She taught in graduate programs and environmental courses in different universities such as UFRJ and the Polytechnic School. • Employee of IBAMA since 1985, she held management positions at the Institute, as well as in MMA and the Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Political Background • She was Under Secretary of Environment for the State Secretariat of Rio de Janeiro from 2007 to 2008 and executive secretary of the MMA 2008 to 2010. • Izabella Teixeira is Minister of the Environment since April 2010, when the Minister Carlos Minc left to run for the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro State. Name: Izabella Mônica Vieira Teixeira Date of birth: 1961 Age: 54 Izabella Teixeira – Minister of Environment (MMA) Reappointed
  49. 49. • He was born in Itajubá/MG. • He is professor of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation. Professional Life • Graduated in Economics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1980), Master of Science in Public Administration and Public Policy - London School of Economics (1998) and a PhD in Political Science, Government Department - London School of Economics (2005) . • Deputy Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management – MPOG, Management Secretary of the Management Secretariat - MPOG, Director of Training at the National School of Public Administration - ENAP, Director of the School of Government of Minas Gerais / João Pinheiro Foundation, Academic Planning Advisory UFMG, Project Manager of the João Pinheiro Foundation, among others. • He was advisor to the Resident Representative and UN Ambassador to Brazil, General Coordinator of UNDP's program in Brazil. Name: Francisco Gaetani Date of birth: 1951 Age: 64 Francisco Gaetani – Executive Secretary Ministry of Environment (MMA)
  50. 50. Ministry of Mines and Energy
  51. 51. • The Minister of Mines and Energy (MME), Eduardo Braga, said during inauguration ceremony, one of the challenges ahead of the Ministry is supply energy at the right price at the time the various productive sectors need it to undertake the recovery of economic activity. • In the electric power sector, he listed ensuring energy supply at the right price; the expansion of 6,410 MW of power generation and 7120 km of transmission lines in 2015; conducting energy auctions. • The Mining Code – pay special attention to proceedings at the Congress of the bill dealing with the new legislation of the Mineral Sector. • In the oil and gas sector will be reviewed the pre-salt Assignment Contract until May, and will be held in the first half of this year the 13th bidding round for exploration blocks, and the first bid for the concession of pipeline and transportation. 2015 Priorities - MME
  52. 52. Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) Secretariat of Oil, Natural Gas and Renewable Fuels Secretariat of Electrical Energy Secretariat of Geology, Mining and Mineral Transformation MME Previous Edison Lobão New Eduardo Braga Secretariat of Planning and Energy Development Executive Secretary Marco Antônio Almeida Current (No changes to date) Ildo Wilson Grüdtner Current (NO changes to date) Altino Ventura Filho Current No changes to date) Carlos Nogueira Júnior Current (No changes to date) Márcio Zimmermann Current (No changes to date)
  53. 53. • He was born in Belém/PA. • Leader of the PMDB at the Senate, was an important negotiator of government´s demands at the National Congress. He was defeated at the elections for governor of Amazonas. Professional Life • Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Amazonas. It is also manager of the car dealership sector, Renault dealers network. Political Background • City councilor of Manaus (1983-1985), state representative (1987-1991), federal representative (1991-1992), vice-mayor (1993-1994), mayor of Manaus (1994-1996), governor of Amazonas (2003- 2010) and Senator (2011-2019). • Since March 2012, Eduardo Braga is the leader of Rousseff’s government at the Senate. He was responsible for negotiating important bills, such as PLS 72, unifying ICMS rates in 4% for interstate operations with imported products, ending the so called Port War. • Is licensed as Senator since he took office as Minister, but holds a term in the Senate until 2019. Name: Carlos Eduardo de Sousa Braga (PMDB) Date of birth: 1960 Age: 54 Eduardo Braga – Minister of Mines and Energy (MME) New Appointment
  54. 54. • He was born Blumenau/SC. • He was a founder and first president of the Brazilian Association of Large Electricity Transmission Company (Abrate). Professional Life • Márcio Zimmermann is an electrical engineer with 30 years of industry experience, graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUC / RS) and a post graduate degree in Electrical Systems Engineering from the Federal School of Itajubá and a Master degree in Electrical Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). • He works since January 2005, at the Ministry of Mines and Energy, where he held the Executive Secretary of the National Energy Policy Council (CNPE), today being its full member. He coordinates the Permanent Commission for Computing Methodologies and Program Analysis of Electric Sector (CPAMP). • He was Secretary of Energy Planning and Development, Executive Secretary and Minister of Mines and Energy. Name: Márcio Pereira Zimmermann Date of birth: 1947 Age: 68 Márcio Zimmermann – Executive Secretary Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME)
  55. 55. Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management
  56. 56. • In a meeting with industry representatives, the new Minister emphasized the priority of fiscal adjustment measures adopted by the federal government and the importance of public and private investments for economic recovery. • Barbosa reiterated that the government proposed adjustments, and that the MPs 664 and 665 (Unemployment Insurance Program, Salary Bonus and establishing the Fund for Worker´s Support - FAT) should be pursued in Congress. • Another government priority will be the establishment of the Inter Ministerial Working Group (WG) of Public Expenditure Monitoring, which will be responsible for monitoring the budget execution and improve management policies and actions in order to optimize public resources. 2015 Priorities - MPOG
  57. 57. Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (MPOG) MPOG Previous Miriam Belchior New Nelson Barbosa Secretariat of Logistics and Information Technology Secretariat of Public Servants Relation at Work Secretariat of the Growth Acceleration Program Secretariat of the Union Patrimony Executive Secretary Previous Eva Maria Cella Dal Chiavon New Dyogo Oliveira Previous Ana Lúcia de Brito New Genildo Lins Previous Ana Lúcia de Brito New Gilson Bittencourt Previous José Roberto Fernandes Júnior New Esther Dweck Loreni Foresti Current No changes to date) Secretariat of Planning and Strategic Investments Secretariat of Federal Budget Secretariat of Public Management Secretariat of International Affairs Sérgio Eduardo Mendonça Current (No changes to date) Cassandra Maroni Nunes Current (No changes to date) Maurício Muniz De Carvalho Current (NO changes to date) João Guilherme Rocha Machado Current No changes to date)
  58. 58. • He left the Ministry of Economy in 2013, where he was executive-secretary, among other reasons, because he did not agree with the role played by the National Secretary of Treasury Arno Augustin on the economic policy. Professional Life • Graduated on Economy from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1991). • Master Degree in Economy of Industry and Technology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro(1995) and Ph.D. in Economy from the New School for Social Research (New York, USA. • Currently, professor at the School of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV-EESP), and Associate Professor of the Economy Institute of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and member of the Administrative Councils of Cetip and Regional Bank of Brasília (BRB). Political Background • Barbosa held several positions at the Federal Government, including Secretary of Economic Monitoring (2007-08) and Secretary of Economic Policy (2008-10), at the Ministry of Finance. • His experiences at the government include the Central Bank (1994-97), the National Bank of Social and Economic Development (2005-06) and Ministry of Planning (2003). Name: Nelson Barbosa Date of birth: 1969 Age: 45 Nelson Barbosa – Minister of Planning, Budget and Management (MPOG) New Appointment
  59. 59. • An economist by training, Dyogo Oliveira specializes in Foreign Trade, International Negotiations and Exchange from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV) and Master in Economics from the University of Brasilia (UNB). Professional Life • Dyogo Oliveira is a federal public servant since 1998, with outstanding performance in the Ministry of Finance, which repeatedly held senior positions. In 2006, General Coordinator of Sector Analysis, a position he also played in 2007. • From 2008 to 2011, Assistant Secretary for Economic Policy, before being appointed to the Ministry of Planning, held the position of Deputy Executive Secretary, always at the Ministry of Finance. Dyogo came even to replace interim Nelson Barbosa in the Executive Secretariat of that ministry in June 2013. • He was also advisor to the National Council of Private Insurance (CNSP) and the National Board of Pension Funds (CNPC) and Chairman of the Northeast Bank's management and chairman of the Council of Cobra Tecnologia SA Name: Dyogo Henrique Oliveira Date of birth: 1971 Age: 43 Dyogo Oliveira – Executive Secretary Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (MPOG) New Appointment
  60. 60. Ministry of Health
  61. 61. • The Health Minister (MS) Arthur Chioro was reappointed to the post and, in his inaugural speech, listed the priorities of the sector, ordered by President Rousseff: redefine the program "Mais Médicos" and the "Mais Especilidades " program (The program, one of President Rousseff campaign promises, aims to create a network of clinics specializing in all regions of the country), the modernization of the administrative machinery and the National health System. The service in the public area and the health insurance are also included. • Also, he will perform the adjustment and expansion of the "Mais Médicos" to municipalities that did not participate in the first phase. The priority in the supply of places in the "Mais Médicos" will be for Brazilian physicians. • The proposed "Mais Especialidades" should be presented in the first quarter to President Rousseff. The program will be implemented gradually and will use equipment that is idle in public, philanthropic and private network. 2015 Priorities - MS
  62. 62. Ministry of Health (MS) Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health Secretariat of Science, Technology and Estrategic Inputs Secretariat of Strategic and Participative Management Secretariat of Attention to Health MS Secretariat of Health Surveillance Previous Arthur Chioro New Arthur Chioro Secretariat of Labor Management and Health Education Executive Secretary Reappointed Previous Carlos Gadelha New Jarbas Barbosa Previous Fausto Pereira dos Santos New Lumena Furtado Ana Paula Menezes Current (No changes to date) Marco Antônio Almeida Current (NO changes to date) André Luís de Carvalho Current (No changes to date) Antônio Alves de Souza Current (No changes to date) Sônia Brito (Repacking) Current (No changes to date)
  63. 63. • He was born in Santos/SP. • Chioro has worked as a public manager of the health system before becoming minister. He is a specialist in public health policies that thoroughly understands the bottlenecks between the federal, state and municipal levels within the SUS. • He does not emphasize the health sector as a productive sector linked to the development of the Health Industrial Complex. Professional Life • He graduated in medicine from the University Center Serra dos Órgãos (UNIFESO), obtained a master's degree from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp) and a doctorate from the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), both in public health. • Was twice chairman of the Council of Municipal Health Secretaries (COSEMS-SP), the last time in 2013. • University professor, researcher in management and health planning. Political Background • He was secretary of health of São Vicente from 1989 to 1993 and in 2009 took over the Health Secretariat of São Bernardo do Campo (SP). • On 21 February 2014 he was appointed Minister of Health. In December 31st, 2014, his name was confirmed to remain in the position during President Rousseff’s second term. Name: Ademar Arthur Chioro dos Reis (PT) Date of birth: 1963 Age: 52 Arthur Chioro – Minister of Health (MS) Reappointed
  64. 64. Professional Life • The first experience of Ana Paula Menezes at the Ministry of Health was in 2003 as special advisor to then Minister Humberto Costa. • Medical health officer, she has led the municipal health department of Olinda, was director of Planning of the State Health Department of Pernambuco (SES / PE). • She began in the Ministry of Health in 2003 as special advisor then Minister Humberto Costa. • She is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hemobrás. Name: Ana Paula Menezes Date of birth: 1967 Age: 48 Ana Paula Menezes – Executive Secretary Ministry of Health(MS) • She was born in Pernambuco. • She is graduated in medicine from the Federal University of Pernambuco, with a specialization in Health Planning and a Masters in Public Health from the Nesp/Aggeu Magalhães / FIOCRUZ.
  65. 65. • She was born in Patos de Minas (MG), • She has strong ties with the PT from São Paulo. • Psychologist, sanitarian, working for over 20 years on Public Health. Professional Life • Chaired the Regional Council of Psychology of São Paulo between 1998 and 2001. • Held the office of Municipal Secretary of Health of Maua, when she was invited by Arthur Chioro to work as his assistant in the Ministry of Health. She served as Assistant Secretary of Chioro at the Municipal Health Secretary of São Bernardo do Campo between 2009 and 2012. • She held the position of General Coordinator on General Support for Decentralized Management in the Department of Support for Decentralized Management of the Ministry of Health's Executive Secretariat in 2007. • She served in the Ministry of Health of São Paulo and São Paulo Municipal Health, where she was advisor and director of the Council of Municipal Health Secretaries of São Paulo (COSEMS-SP). • Lumena is called SUS Militant and has a strong presence in favor of improving the system. • She served as Municipal Health Secretary of Maua until January 2014. She went to Maua SMS indicated by Luiz Marinho, Mayor of São Bernardo do Campo and one of the closest friends of former President Lula. Name: Lumena Almeida Castro Furtado (PT) Date of Birth: 02/02/1960 Age: 54 Lumena Furtado – Secretary of Attention to Health Ministry of Health (MS) New Appointment
  66. 66. • Born in Pernambuco. • He graduated in Medicine from the Federal University of Pernambuco. Made specializations in Public Health and Epidemiology at the National School of Public Health - ENSP/Fiocruz; MA in Medical Sciences and a PhD in Public Health from Unicamp. Professional Life • He served as Secretary of Health Surveillance, Ministry of Health before going to the Department of Strategic Inputs. • He was Coordinator of STD-AIDS Program of Pernambuco, State Health Secretariat (1987-1989); Director of Health Surveillance in 1993 and Municipal Secretary of Olinda-PE Health (1993-1994); State Health Secretary of Pernambuco (1995-1996); Director of the National Center of Epidemiology - Cenepi / FUNASA / MS (1997-2003); Secretary of Health Surveillance (2003-2006) and Executive Secretary (2006) of the Ministry of Health. He returned to the post of Secretary of Health Surveillance, Ministry of Health, since January 2011. • He held the position of Manager of Health Surveillance, Disease Prevention and Control of the Pan American Health Organization - PAHO / WHO (2007-2010). • He is the representative of Brazil on the Executive Committee of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/ WHO) and the Executive Board of the World Health Organization (WHO) since May 2013. Member of the Board of the Partnership Against Tuberculosis (Stop TB Partnership); Member of the WHO Advisory Group for the Preparation of Normative Framework for Pandemic Influenza (WHO Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework Advisory Group). Name: Jarbas Barbosa da Silva Jr. Date of birth: 1957 Age: 57 Jarbas Barbosa – Secretary of Science, Technology and Strategic Inputs Ministry of Health (MS) New Appointment
  67. 67. Ministry of Labor and Employment
  68. 68. • The Minister of Labor, Manoel Dias, was also held in position for the second term of President Rousseff. Steps have already been announced providing for adjustments and corrections in social and labor benefits, such as changes in unemployment insurance and death benefits, among others. • The government's fiscal safety is top priority of the federal government at the time. And that was the goal of the measures announced. One of his priorities will be to close the siege against abuses and distortions in the granting of unemployment insurance and other benefits, generating estimated savings of $ 18 billion in public funds. • Improvement of some social programs without compromising workers' rights, such as increasing the number of formal jobs, real increase in the minimum wage and, especially, the sustainability of the Workers Fund (FAT). • Another high priority is the National Plan for Prevention and Eradication of Child Labour and Protection of Adolescent Workers, which constitutes a fundamental instrument in the search for the goals of eliminating the worst forms of child labor by 2015 and to eradicate all child labor l 2020. Within this area, the focus will be the qualification, especially for young people. 2015 Priorities - MTE
  69. 69. Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE) Secretariat of Employment Public Policies Secretariat of Labor Inspection National Secretariat of Solidary Economy MTE Previous Manoel Dias New Manoel Dias Secretariat of Labor Relations Executive Secretary Reappointed Manoel Nascimento Melo Current (No changes to date) Nilton Fraiberg Machado Current (No changes to date) Paulo Sérgio de Almeida Current (No changes to date) Paul Israel Singer Current (No changes to date) Silvani Alves Pereira (Interim) Current (No changes to date)
  70. 70. • Born in Criciúma/SC. • His departure from the Ministry of Labor and Employment was contemplated in a possible agreement with PDT that would be with the Ministry of Social Security. However, the party itself chose to remain with the Ministry and keep him with the position. Professional Life • Graduate in Law from the Federal University of Santa Catarina. • Public Attorney, tax auditor of the Federal Revenue. Political Background • City councilor in Içara in 1962 with PTB, but was impeached during the military regime in 1964. • One of the founders of PDT, he is the secretary-general of the party and chairman of the Leonel Brizola Foundation. • Took over the Ministry of Labor in March 2013. Name: Manoel Dias (PDT) Date of birth: 1938 Age: 76 Manoel Dias – Minister of Labor and Employment (MTE) Reappointed
  71. 71. • He was born in Forquilinhas/SC. • He was interim executive secretary of the ministry, replacing Paulo Pinto, accused of corruption by the Federal Police. Professional Life • He was Secretary of Planning, Budget and Administration of the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE) • Member of the Board of Trustees since 2014 Fundacentro • He studied business administration at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) Name: Nilton Fraiberg Machado Date of birth: 1958 Age: 57 Nilton Fraiberg – Executive Secretary, Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE)
  72. 72. Secretariat of Social Communications
  73. 73. • Secom coordinates the government communication actions to obey the sobriety and transparency criteria, efficiency and rationality in the use of funds, and oversee the adequacy of the messages to the public. Thus, among their priorities are: • Digital Communication Standard identity: a set of guidelines, standards and models to be applied to elements that make up the Digital Identity, as the government bar, institutional portals, thematic, informative sites, social networks, service guide, guide applications and other digital tools. • Its goal is to ensure visibility for advertising actions of the Federal Executive in a variety of media from all regions of the country. 2015 Priorities - SECOM
  74. 74. Secretariat of Social Communications (SECOM) Secretariat of Integrated Communications SeCom Previous Thomas Traumman New Thomas Traumman Press Secretariat Executive Secretary Reappointed Secretariat of management, Control and Standards Fabrício Gonçalves Costa Current (No changes to date) Emerson Muzi Current (No changes to date) Olímpio Antônio Cruz Current (No changes to date) Roberto Bocorny Messias Current (No changes to date)
  75. 75. • He was born in Rolândia/PR. • He was reappointed to the Secretariat of Social Communications. • Works at the government since 2011. Professional Life • Journalist graduated from the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), he has worked in the Spanish media company Llorente and Cuenca in 2008 and two years later moved to the FSB Comunicações, with responsibility for corporate communications of Andrade Gutierrez Group. • He left the FSB Comunicações in January 2011 to take the press coordination of Chief of Staff of the Presidency, as a special advisor to the then Minister Antonio Palocci. With Palocci's departure in June 2011, he became special advisor to the chief minister Helena Chagas, of the Secretariat of Social Communication. • From January 2012 to February 2014, was the spokesman of the Presidency. With the departure of chief minister Helena Chagas, he took over the Secretariat of Social Communication (SECOM) on February 3, 2014. In December 31st, 2014, his name was confirmed to remain in the position during President Rousseff ‘s second term. Name: Thomas Timothy Traumann Date of birth: 1967 Age: 47 Thomas Traumann – Secretary of Social Communications (SECOM) Reappointed
  76. 76. Name: Roberto Bocorny Messias Date of birth: 1969 Age: 45 Roberto Bocorny Messias – Executive Secretary Secretariat of Social Communications (SECOM) Professional Life • Career employee of Banco do Brasil. • He has been Executive Secretary since2012, when Helena Maria Chagas was still the Secretary. • Until 2012, he used to work for Ms. Yole Mendonça, former executive secretary of SECOM, who retired that year. He was indicated by her to this position. • He was born in Porto Alegre-RS.

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