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National Film Agency (ANCINE) approves the creation of new Accountability Superintendence

The Board of Directors of the National Film Agency (ANCINE) approved the creation of the Accountability Superintendence, aiming the improvement of the public policy related to the promotion of the audiovisual sector and to consolidate a new model to the execution of public resources and accountability. Additionally, the new structure aims to expand the operational capacity of the area and, consequently, expedite the analysis of accountability.

Eduardo Andrade Cavalcanti de Albuquerque was chosen to take over the position of superintendent of the sector, with experience in Administration and Public Finance, having served in positions in the Federal Government, in the Brazilian Navy, and in the Comptroller General of Rio de Janeiro’s State.

Among the relevant items in the constitution of the new Superintendence, the following stand-out: (i) make the teams independent and specialized, in order to promote greater autonomy and dynamism in the decisions taken by the Superintendence for Promotion and Accountability; (ii) dismemberment of the approval and monitoring of projects functions from the analysis of accountability, in order to break the connection of the process of funds’ release and the process of expenses’ validation; and (iii) improvement in administrative efficiency, as recommended by the Federal Accounts Tribunal.