Inovação no setor público e o programa nacional de alimentação escolar: o processo de implementação do artigo 14 da lei 11.947/2009 no município de Sorocaba-SP
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The Federal Law 11.947 of 2009 provides that states and municipalities, to perform actions of the National School Feeding Programme (PNAE), must spend at least 30% of funds received from the National Fund for the Development of Education (ENDF) to purchase products from family farms. Despite presenting innovative features, such regulation has many challenges. Highlights the need for greater contact and cooperation between government managers and farmers during the PNAE implementation process. The literature that addresses the concept of innovation in the public sector also indicates the importance of inclusion of citizens/users in the design and provision of public actions. Based on these, this research aimed to identify innovative aspects in the PNAE implementation process in Sorocaba-SP. Also aimed to raise inducing aspects and barriers to innovation in this process. Collection and analysis of data, we used a qualitative approach and the method of single case study with multiple units of analysis and multiple sources of data collection. Among the main results, it was found that the participation of the actors involved in PNAE presented two different times as to the pricing of foodstuffs, impacting the relationship between the municipal government and the cooperatives of farmers. In general, there is no communication between the two main public sectors involved in the implementation of PNAE. By the family organizations, the formation of a central cooperative allowed greater representation of individual cooperatives. As inducing factors for the adoption of innovative practices, we highlight the own federal regulation - which gave rise to the need for inclusion of cooperatives in school food - and social pressure held in the spaces created through discussion forums and public hearings. Among the main barriers, were identified the legacy of past practices resulting from the outsourcing process, the lack of social control and lack of participation by the Council of School Feeding (CAE), besides the lack of public infrastructure geared specifically to meet agricultural and supply issues in the municipality.