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Rev. adm. pública (Online) ; 55(4): 995-1006, jul.-ago. 2021. tab, graf
Article in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: biblio-1340887

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Resumo Para além da defesa normativa e prescritiva da intersetorialidade, sabe-se pouco sobre os condicionantes de sua implementação. O objetivo deste artigo é suprir essa lacuna, usando uma estratégia analítico-metodológica baseada nos estudos acerca de implementação e metodologia da análise de redes sociais (ARS). Com base em dados primários coletados em entrevistas aprofundadas e analisados por meio da ARS, o texto compara duas ações intersetoriais destinadas à população em situação de rua: o projeto Oficina Boracea, desde seu início, em 2002, até 2016, e o programa De Braços Abertos (DBA), a partir de sua formulação, em 2013, até seu término, em 2016. Os resultados indicam que, mais do que um modelo de gestão bem-formulado, a intersetorialidade é um produto de interações cotidianas e estratégias de coordenação construídas entre diferentes escalões da burocracia e entre atores estatais e não estatais, em distintos arranjos de implementação.


Resumen Con excepción de la defensa normativa y prescriptiva de la intersectorialidad, poco se sabe sobre las condiciones para su implementación. El objetivo de este artículo es llenar ese vacío, utilizando una estrategia analítico-metodológica basada en estudios de implementación y en la metodología de análisis de redes sociales (ARS). A partir de datos primarios recopilados a través de entrevistas en profundidad y analizados mediante ARS, este artículo compara dos proyectos intersectoriales para personas sin hogar: el proyecto Oficina Boracea, desde su inicio en 2002 hasta 2016, y el programa De Braços Abertos (DBA), desde su formulación en 2013 hasta su finalización en 2016. Los resultados indican que, más de un modelo de gestión bien formulado, la intersectorialidad es el producto de interacciones cotidianas y estrategias de coordinación construidas entre diferentes niveles de burocracia y entre actores estatales y no estatales, en diferentes arreglos de implementación.


Abstract Apart from the normative and prescriptive defense of intersectorality, the conditions related to the implementation of intersectoral programs are still little explored. This article aims to fill this gap, using an analytical-methodological strategy based on studies on implementation and the methodology of social network analysis (SNA). Based on primary data collected through in-depth interviews and analyzed using SNA, this article compares two programs for homeless people: the Oficina Boracea program, from its beginning in 2002 to 2016, and the program De Braços Abertos (DBA), from 2013 when it started until its end, in 2016. The results indicate that intersectorality is more than a well-designed management model. It is the product of everyday interactions and coordination strategies built with the participation of different levels of bureaucracy and state and non-state actors, gathered in different implementation arrangements.


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Humans , Male , Female , Public Administration , Homeless Persons , Data Collection , Intersectoral Collaboration , Projects , Social Networking , Implementation Science
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In. Menicucci, Telma; Gontijo, José Geraldo Leandro. Gestão e políticas públicas no cenário contemporâneo: tendências nacionais e internacionais. Rio de Janeiro, Editora Fiocruz, 2016. p.241-267.
Monography in Portuguese | LILACS | ID: biblio-983459
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Dados rev. ciênc. sociais ; 50(3): 465-498, 2007. ilus, tab
Article in Portuguese | LILACS-Express | LILACS | ID: lil-467852

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Using network analysis, this article identifies the main leading collective actors within civil society, and especially their different logics of performance and the dynamics of interaction amongst them. The findings of a survey of 202 civil organizations in the city of São Paulo showed that NGOs, coordinating bodies and social movements form the group of actors with the greatest capacity for action within the universe of civil organizations. Analyzed in a relational perspective, the three types of actors manifested themselves as the most central and characterized by an accumulation of structural advantages within the universe researched. The article shows that their centrality results from different factors, as well as that they fulfill different roles and differ in importance for other civil organizations which are peripheral or have an intermediate centrality in the network.


Dans cet article, on cherche à repérer les principaux acteurs de la société civile de la ville de São Paulo, Brésil, et surtout leurs différentes logiques d'action et leurs dynamiques internes d'interaction. À partir des résultats d'un survey effectué dans la ville de São Paulo auprès de 202 organisations civiles, on a trouvé que des organisations non-gouvernementales - des ONGs, de fonction, pratiquement délaissées par la littérature - et des mouvements sociaux cumulent plusieurs avantages structurels dans le réseau et constituent les grands acteurs de l'univers des organisations civiles étudié. Pourtant, pour des raisons qu'on expose dans cet article, ces organisations sont centrales à plusieurs titres, jouent des rôles divers dans le réseau et ont une importance inégale par rapport à d'autres types d'entités civiles périphériques ou de centralité intermédiaire.

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Dados rev. ciênc. sociais ; 46(1): 39-74, 2003. ilus, tab, graf
Article in Portuguese | LILACS-Express | LILACS | ID: lil-344747

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This article discusses the patterns in relations between the public and private sector in the development of a public policy. We study the relationship between the state and private companies in urban infrastructure policies in São Paulo from 1978 to 1998. The article conducts an intense dialogue with a previous study on basic sanitation policy in Rio de Janeiro, as presented by Marques (1999a and 2000). As we discuss the conditioning factors for winning bids in public tenders, we highlight the importance of relations among individuals, groups, and organizations in the engineering community by analytically constructing the category "permeability" and utilizing social network analysis as our method.

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