A construção federal da intersetorialidade na política de desenvolvimento social brasileira: o caso do programa bolsa família
Silva, Lucas Ambrózio Lopes da
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The recent social development policies are marked by great challenges and have strained the state structure to respond according to new arrangements, requiring, among many institutional experimentations, new forms of coordination between government sectors. In this context, the social development policies come from the crossing of economic development strategies with the strategies of social policies. This is the same movement that has led to the emergence of intersectoriality as a principle key of the recent social programs, especially the efforts aimed at combating poverty. Intersectoriality has been disseminated as a task to be shared federally. We study the Bolsa Família Program PBF as case, demonstrating the main features of the construction of it intersectoriality. As a object, it was decided that the center of the analysis would be the Federal Government, understanding that this assumes a fundamental role in the structure and forms of intersectoriality that characterize the PBF, and noted that his performance in this subject has been poorly studied by Brazilian literature (which, in general, to analyze from the local implementation of PBF). The research findings point to the presence of a favorable environment for intersectoral work at the federal level, leading to complex arrangements of articulation and coordination. Intersectoriality is here analyzed from the roles: 1) the unified registry, 2) the supplementary programs to PBF, 3) the management activities of the conditionalities of the program, 4) the collegiate agencies and multilateral coordination environments, 5) of the politicization of public administration and central delegation; 6) of bureaucracies and their networks; 7) the creation of intermediary agency intragovernmental coordination; 8) and the profile presidential and the coalitional presidentialism consequences on government activities.