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Santa Catarina, Brazil

  • Member Since 2020
  • Action Plan


Current Action Plan

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Santa Catarina joined OGP as part of the 2020 cohort. They are currently implementing four commitments from their 2021-2022 action plan.

This action plan features commitments related to anti-corruption, public service delivery, and fiscal openness.


Carolina Kichller da Silva Gerência de Promoção do Controle Social, Controladoria Geral do Estado de Santa Catarina
Guilherme Kraus dos Santos Controladoria Geral do Estado de Santa Catarina
Deise Cristina Silva Social Observatory of Brazil - Santa Catarina



  1. Final Learning Exercise- Action Plan 2021-2022 – Santa Catarina

    2023, Final Learning Exercise, Web page

  2. End of Commitment Report – Promote principles and practices of open government and social control in municipalities

    2022, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  3. End of Commitment Report – Promote social participation to improve public services

    2022, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  4. End of Commitment Report – Restructure active transparency tools using user-centered design

    2022, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  5. End of Commitment Report – Improve the process of public procurement and contracting

    2022, End of Commitment Report, Web page

  6. Inception Report – Action plan – Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2021 – 2022

    2022, Inception Report, Web page

  7. Action plan – Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2021 – 2022

    2021, Action Plan, Web page

  8. Santa Catarina – Letter of Support

    2021, Letter, Web page

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