RGB History

The Rede Governança Brasil was created by João Augusto Ribeiro Nardes together with his advisor, Luís Afonso Gomes Vieira, and his daughter, Cristiane Nardes Farinon, on July 7, 2019. The first meeting of the group was held on the twenty-seventh of August the same year, in Brasilia. At the time, there were few members.


RGB arose out of a greater purpose and sense of urgency about the need for an effective implementation of good governance within the scope of public administration. Augusto Nardes felt that only his work, in an attempt to disseminate good governance practices throughout Brazil, knocking door to door on public bodies, governments and city halls and giving lectures to sensitize the authorities, in addition to the books published on the subject, did not enough, he needed a network of contacts to support the cause with him. It was for this purpose that the Rede Governança Brasil was founded, in order to gain capillarity in the country, reach the states and municipalities with the methodology.

Nardes noted, throughout his journey, that many people, including him, faced the challenge of working with governance and integrity on a daily basis. It was in this daily search that people interested in joining the movement started to appear, one person passed the message on to the other, and so the network grew quickly.

Today RGB is present in 21 states, with almost 200 volunteers working collaboratively for a better country. All employees go through a filter, in which it is evaluated whether those interested in participating have a strong connection with governance and, mainly, whether they can contribute to volunteer work, as this requires investing a certain amount of time and dedication.

Even today, RGB with all its volunteers has been doing memorable work for society, converging its efforts to make public administration more integral and efficient, every day, its employees work to transform Brazil.

Who we are

WE ARE a collaborative and technically qualified NETWORK, composed of public servants, managers and technicians, teachers, specialists and society, who jointly work for Governance in Public Administration.

Collaborative work is in our DNA, as we want to promote a more prosperous and integral Brazilian society by promoting the mechanisms of Public Governance: Leadership, Strategy and Control.

We are an optimistic team that works for BRAZIL. Collaborators, technicians and managers, professionals from different areas, making us a multidisciplinary team and servers from all spheres: Federal, State, District and Municipal.

We believe and fight for a better country. From Governance to Hope!

Our vision

Our mission

Disseminate Public Governance in Brazil and Latin America, with integration, stimulating the implementation of the policy in all spheres: Federal, State, District and Municipal, and also in the three branches: Executive, Legislative and Judiciary. We work to transform Public Administration.

To be recognized as an entity that promotes the implementation of Public Governance in Brazil in an integral, ethical, transparent manner and with a focus on delivering value to society, contributing to a more competitive and socially and economically developed country in a sustainable manner.

Our Purpose

Promote a State that executes its public policies based on efficient, effective and effective deliveries to society, capable of disseminating good practices of Public Governance in a prosperous way to Public Administration.

Our values

I - Pro-activism: Commitment to the training of public agents, the development and dissemination of good governance practices in all federated entities, agencies, secretariats, autarchies, foundations, etc;

II - Independence: Sovereignty in the principles, zeal for the image and impartiality in the face of any interest groups;

III - Diversity: Valuing and encouraging a multiplicity of ideas and opinions;

IV - Collaborativism: Participants in the BRAZIL Governance Network work collaboratively, valuing the cooperative spirit to institutionally promote good practices in Public Governance; and

V - Coherence: Harmony between the principles of Public Governance, reliability, transparency, integrity, accountability, responsiveness and regulatory improvement.

Action plan

link to download the action plan in PDF. This document will be sent by Douglas.

Action plan

link to download the action plan in PDF. This document will be sent by Douglas.

Action plan

link to download the action plan in PDF. This document will be sent by Douglas.

Action plan

link to download the action plan in PDF. This document will be sent by Douglas.


The order for the development of Brazil will consist not of a single normative act, but through action and coordination, which together will bring hope back.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Our work is organized through chambers and committees:


To act in favor of public governance at the federal, state, municipal and Federal District levels, and in the three branches, Executive, Legislative and Judiciary, focusing on relationships that strengthen the construction of a country that is capable of changing its culture. Interface Brasil acts to encourage the adoption of governance policy mechanisms in all institutions.


Cristiano Heckert, Daniel Catelli, 

Severiano Costandrade,

Gyselli Souza, Marcelo Barros e

José Vidal.

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Encourage the work of the network in a collaborative manner with a focus on the development of events and training for the promotion of public governance by Brazilian institutions. Promote courses with the bibliographic reference of TCU - Federal Audit Court, generating homogeneity at national level.


Cristiane Nardes, Marcelo Becker

Andreia Rego, Dacy Ribeiro, 

Eduardo Parecêncico, Weskley Rodrigues, Thais Maya, Lucio Filho

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Approve the Public Governance Bill so that, in convergence with the interests of the country, the nation, Governance is the guiding parameter of the principle of efficiency in Public Administration. As a result, the movement should intensify the performance of the Network by raising the awareness of the top management that governs the country. The approval of the PL is important, as this chamber is one of the most strategic in the network, because with this result governance will be seen as a state policy.


João Benício, Érika Nassar e

Almir Nascimento Lima.

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Its mission is to improve the development of best governance practices continuously and progressively in the public sphere in order to raise awareness among authorities, bodies and institutions about the importance of their application. The objective is to engage public managers on the topic of governance and it is of utmost importance to share technical knowledge with the servants who are beginning to work on the matter, as well as to discuss strategic actions and define ways to take the governance agenda as a solution to many bottlenecks in the public management and also to support RGB members on how to implement and implement governance.


Welles Abreu e Luana Lourenço

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It aims to promote and disseminate the implementation of anti-corruption policies and the adoption of effective integrity programs, which reflect the principles of public governance, such as integrity, reliability and transparency


Mariana Montenegro , Vladia Pompeu e Antonio Leonel


It aims to promote actions aimed at strengthening the risk management culture in organizations, working cooperatively, in order to contribute to the improvement of governance in public institutions.


Dacy Ribeiro, Ilana Ribeiro


It aims to disseminate public governance in all external control bodies, assist and assist such bodies in the construction, monitoring and execution of good practices, acting together and collaborating, at the national level, with its partners, envisioning improvement in deliveries of public services.


Severiano Costandrade e Júlio Edstron.

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It aims to promote the implementation of public governance based on innovative solutions.


Flávio Feitosa e Weskley Rodrigues dos Santos.


It aims to create good practices for sustainable development and a national policy for sustainable governance.


Luiz Oliveira e Luiz Piaulino.

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Mission: To raise awareness and contribute so that authorities and directors of public bodies and institutions in the education sector prioritize the development and application of good governance practices, so that the public interest and social welfare are achieved more efficiently and effectiveness.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Main objective: Engage the agents of the Brazilian education area on the theme of governance, through debates, lectures, interviews and training, which can support the establishment of strategic actions and proposals for the improvement of public policies capable of promoting improvements and solutions to the system teaching in Brazil.


Elise Brites e Adriano Freire.

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It aims to develop national and international actions through best practices of public governance in order to improve public health policies in Brazil.


Mauro Sparta e Nise Yamaguchi.


It aims to produce and / or disseminate knowledge about good governance, propagate good practices and management mechanisms for decision making applicable to Brazilian state-owned companies.


Márcio Medeiros e André Kuhn.


With the objective of referring to ESG precepts, to structure and suggest to public bodies, regulatory agencies and stakeholders, tools that provide governance capable of guaranteeing the integrity of processes in the areas of logistics and infrastructure.


Menzel e José Luis Vidal.

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Its objective is to deliberate matters pertinent to RGB's general administration and to approve demands in a democratic manner, always aiming at the best performance for the dissemination of public governance at the national level.


Marcos Mattos e Marcelo Becker.

It aims to create strategies to project RGB internationally, especially in Latin American countries.


Marcelo Becker

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It aims to discuss and prepare articles and journals on governance, risk management and compliance , as well as to create the “RGB Magazine” with the network's scientific productions.


Regina Luna


Description: it aims to develop a booklet on governance focused on Brazilian municipalities as educational material that facilitates the learning of public governance policy.


Douglas Avidikian, Elena Garrido e Claudio Sarian, Luciane Pacheco

Douglas Avidikian, Elena Garrido e Claudio Sarian, Luciane Pacheco


It aims to manage the RGB website and its social media, as well as to elaborate, review and propose suggestions for the RGB communication pieces that are transmitted on the website and on digital networks, and also to evaluate and monitor the circulation of this information. in your application groups.


Marcelo Becker


It aims to manage RGB's relationship with the press, the communication of network news in different press vehicles.


Camila Pozzer e Marcelo Becker


It aims to produce annual reports on the activities of the Rede Governança Brasil in order to be accountable to volunteers, authorities and those interested in the matter, giving more transparency to the movement's actions.


Douglas Avedikian


It aims to approve the entry of new volunteers to the movement, analyzing the curricula of professionals interested in contributing voluntarily to the network through the workforce in favor of the dissemination of public governance in the country.


João Augusto Nardes, Cristiane Nardes, Marcos Mattos e Marcelo Becker

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It aims to produce annual reports on the activities of the Rede Governança Brasil in order to be accountable to volunteers, authorities and those interested in the matter, giving more transparency to the movement's actions.


Douglas Avidikian, Ariene Castro e Pryscilla Araujo

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Coordinate all matters involving the presence of network authorities, especially at events, whether face-to-face or virtual.


Cristiane Nardes, Marcos Mattos e Marcelo Becker