Analysis of Public Transparency in Municipal People Management in the State of Rondônia, Brazil

José Carlos de Souza Colares, Henrique de Castro Neves, Márcio José Matias Cavalcante, Rosangela Aparecida da Silva, Jean Carlo Silva dos Santos, Flavio de São Pedro Filho


This article aims to investigate and present the current situation instituted by the municipalities of the State of Rondônia in the processes of transparency and accountability in people management. The scope of this study covered the research on whether the municipalities of the State, represented by the respective municipal governments, use institutional mechanisms to promote public transparency and to apply accountability in people management processes. The analysis was carried out in twenty municipalities previously selected using a quali-quantitative research instrument that encompasses four dimensions and eleven indicators designed to measure the extent to which these mechanisms are being applied. As a research method, the case study was used, being carried out an exploratory and descriptive research with a qualitative and quantitative approach. As a research source, bibliographic, documentary and field research were sought. The results showed that transparent information and accountability in people management is precarious, which compromises the participation and interaction of society in the monitoring and control of actions, indicating weakness in the monitoring and evaluation of accountability regarding the management of human resources of these institutions.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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