Open Access Opinion

Engineering at the Service of Corruption: The Response of Technological Courts

Fábio Márcio Bisi Zorzal*, Dariane Miranda Pereira and Thiago Gomes Ferreira

Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Espírito Santo, Brazil

Corresponding Author

Received Date: April 08, 2019;  Published Date: April 18, 2019


The energy that is spent in Brazil to fight corruption is greater than its continental size. In financial terms, it consumes significant portions, which surpass even the production costs. This was the speech impulse of the last presidential election campaign, suggesting a reduction target from 20% to 30% of the then current levels. Part of that was seen in works that would be delivered to the World Cup and the Olympics, such as lines of subways, buses, and its stations, as well as airfields and the “Lava Jato” operation. However, The Union Accounts Court’s report indicated twelve thousand works in the country (TCU, 2018).

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