F.F | e-Stratégia Pública® has developed the following set of methodologies, indicators and indices, all of which are our own and have been tested and applied to the management and assessment areas of the public sector:


BINPS® BENEFITS ON PUBLIC INVESTMENTS

This is a methodology devised in the post-doctoral studies of Florencia Ferrer, at the University of São Paulo, that measures and calculates the savings caused by innovation in Government policies (incorporation of IT or removal of bureaucracy), recognised as a best practice by international organisations and several Governments.

ECONOMY CALCULATOR (CALCULADORA DA ECONOMIA®)

This site publishes the results of the BINPS® methodology. The distinction between the processes is the index that makes the calculation, which informs how much the state and the average person have saved with the use of new processes.


IA E-GOV: INDEX OF PARTICIPATION IN ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT

This index was developed in work for the Office of Internal Affairs, sponsored by the British Government. This starts out from the concept that the higher the level of development of e-Gov, the lower the possibility of corruption. The O IA e-Gov shows the efficiency and electronification of any process of Government management. We assume that the higher the number of unnecessary activities, which do not add value and are processed manually, then the greater shall be the possibility of errors, deviations and corrupt practices. The IA e-Gov positively exploits this concept: a processual analysis, clear and objective by means of measurement backed up by stages of Electronic Government.


INDICATORS OF USE OF PURCHASING POWER IN THE STATE OF MPE

This set of indicators bringing this index is focused on the identification of the real situation of the implementation of Complementary Law No. 123/06 – General Law of Micro and Small Companies – in Brazilian States, checking to see if the actions implemented are actually working. Apart from measuring, this index also shows the main causes of the problems, giving subsidies to create strategies to overcome this work.

MEASUREMENT OF MATURITY OF GOVERNMENT PURCHASES

This index was developed to diagnose the main aspects of Government purchases and strategic management of supplies in Brazilian states. The fronts studied were: purchases, contacts, agreements, assets, fleet and potential for co-operation.

MEASUREMENT OF E-GOV MATURITY

Methodology for appraisal of electronic services applied to subnational governments: this provides a reference which is valid to appraise the attainment of the AIMs sought by Government institutions in the implementation of the services of the Electronic Government,. It is used as a baser for the development of a strategy of migration for the services assessed, that guides the raising of the level of development of services, focused on the improvement of quality of Government spending, and efficiency and effectiveness of delivery.

METHODOLOGY OF GUIDANCE FOR IMPROVEMENT OF QUALITY OF GOVERNMENT SPENDING

After the identification and classification of the main families of products and service for expenses in the Government sector, we develop a methodology to diagnose the sources of waste and guide the main actions to solve the problem. The main fronts studied are: Supplies, IT, General Services, Public Utility (water and sewerage, electricity), Transport, Food, Health and Telephony.

MEASUREMENT OF MATURITY OF SERVICE TO CITIZENS

The focus is to measure the stage at which a certain state finds itself concerning citizen service, based on a move from traditional service to a citizen-centred model, with presential and/or virtual integration of these services The following aspects are considered: Technological (technological platform, infrastructure required); Organisational (organisational format, structure of the Back Office, employment regimes, association with the processes of administrative simplification); Management of quality of services (service letters, quality and performance indicators, commitments regarding quality of service, satisfaction surveys and incentive policies); Operating Costs, business models and sustainability, incentive policies); Operating Costs; business models and sustainability; normative and legal markings for operation.