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Policy Coordination, Brazil

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Policy collaboration; Policy coordination; Policy integration

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The policy coordination is a task usually attributed to the chief of the Executive Branch to integrate departments and processes to guarantee the governability aiming at conducting public policies and providing services to society.

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One of the fundamental challenges of Brazilian public governance, policy coordination involves the hard task in articulating institutions; integrating processes, rules, systems, bureaucracy, and stakeholders to improve integration between different levels and spheres of the public sector; and avoiding redundancies and gaps in order to generate, preserve, and deliver public value.

Plenty of governing structures allied to contradictory and redundant public programs is a common sense diagnosis in public sector realities, particularly in federalist countries such as Brazil.

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Oliveira França Nassar, E.M. (2019). Policy Coordination, Brazil. In: Farazmand, A. (eds) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-31816-5_3858-1

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