The National School of Public Administration (“Escola Nacional de Administração Pública”, ENAP) is a federal public foundation, linked to the Brazilian Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management and is the main school of government in Brazil.
Founded in 1986, it is a reference school for the training of high officials and civil servants of strategic state cadres (such as the Public Policy and Governmental Management Specialists, the Budget and Planning Analysts, the Social Policies Technical Analysts, the Infrastructure Analysts and Specialists, the External Trade Analysts, and others) and for promoting crucial public policy and governmental management debates.
The schools mission is “to develop the skills of the civil servants in order to increase the capacity of governance in managing public policies”. Its official vision is “to be a reference in training and development of high performance public agents and also an inductor of innovation in public management to deliver results for the society”.
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