Secretariat of Planning ang Management (SEPLAG)
The current Government, aware that it would have to adopt a standard of efficiency and cost rationalization, decided to merge the Secretariats of Administration and Planning and Coordination, creating in its place the Secretariat of Planning and Management (SEPLAG), according to Law No. 13,875, dated 2/7/2007, which provided for the Executive Power Management Model and changed the structure of the state administration.
Promote and coordinate state planning and management, contributing to the integration and effectiveness of public policies.
Being an institution of excellence recognized for developing and implementing effective planning and management models by 2019.
Ethics and transparency;
Social, environmental and fiscal responsibility;
Competence and professional commitment;
Focus on results;
Appreciation of the server;
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