Federal Civil Servants - 2015 Profile

 

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Studies Federal Civil Servants Profile 2015 Data presented in this folder come from the January 2003 (N. 81) and January 2013 (N. 201) Staff Statistical Bulletin, edited by the Public Management Secretariat of the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (Segep/MP). The information contained in this folder only includes federal civil servants paid by the National Treasury and who are registered in the Integrated System of Human Resource Administration (SIAPE) of the Federal Government. 1

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1 Type and number of active servants (2002 x 2014)1 2002 2014 Variation% Executive (Civil and Military) 775.116 1.043.088 35 Civil 495.803 683.870 38 Direct Administration 200.191 244.882 22 Government Agencies 196.817 291.874 48 Public Foundations 64.408 91.421 42 State Companies* 27.379 39.177 43 Joint-Stock State Companies* 7.008 16.516 136 Military 279.313 359.218 29 Public Prosecution of 5.859 17.374 197 the Union Office Legislative 20.501 24.902 21 Judiciary 81.716 110.458 35 Total 883.192 1.195.822 35 * The state companies and joint-stock state companies listed in this table are only those dependent on the National Treasury resources, whose servants are registered in the Integrated System of Human Resource Administration (SIAPE). The list of these institutions can be found in the following link: http://www. planejamento.gov.br/migracao/faq/governanca-das-empresas-estatais/visao-geral-dasempresas-estatais/quais-empresas-sao-dependentes-do-tesouro-nacional 1 Includes all active federal servants, even those on leave or seconded to states or municipalities. 2

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2 Distribution of Active Servants (2014)2 2 Includes all active federal servants, even those on leave or seconded to states or municipalities. 3

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3 Evolution of the Number of Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch (1988 - 2014)3 3 Includes the workforce of the Executive Branch and servants seconded to states or municipalities. 4

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4 Age Pyramid of Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch (2014)4 4 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch. 5

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5 Distribution of Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch by Gender (2014)5 5 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch. 6

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6 Evolution of the Education Level of Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch (2002 x 2014)6 6 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch. The Figure excludes illiterate (22) servants and those whose education level was not informed (534). The information on educational background is requested only when the servant joins the public service, which means that it may not be up-to-date. 7

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7 Evolution in the Number of Positions filled by Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch by Level of Education (1997 - 2014)7 7 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch, except the servants from the Central Bank of Brazil and from the Public Prosecutor’s Office. 8

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8 Number of Servants in the Executive Branch by Employment Type (2014)8 8 Includes all federal servants of the Executive Branch, even those on leave or seconded to states or municipalities. 9

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9 Number of Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch by States and Regions (2014)9 9 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch. 10

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10 Distribution of Active Civil Servants in the Executive Branch by Gender and Ministries (2014)10 10 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch. 11

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11 Distribution of Active Civil Servants of the Executive Branch by Ministries (2014)11 11 Includes only the workforce of the Executive Branch. 12

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12 Number of Servants in Senior Management and Advisory Positions (DAS) by Level of Function (1997 x 2014)12 12 Including all career and non-career civil servants invested in senior management and advisory (DAS) positions. DAS (Direção e Assessoramento Superior) are positions of trust for special management and advice in the federal civil service. Servants in DAS positions come from either the civil service or the labor market and are selected through a discretionary process. In order to attract high level staff for junior- and senior-level management and advisory positions, civil servants are granted financial supplements that are not part of their regular salary. Those who come from the labor market receive a salary that corresponds to the supplement granted for civil servants. 13

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13 Evolution in the Number of Servants in Senior Management and Advisory Positions (DAS) by Level 13 13 The values in the Figure correspond to the variation in percentage in the number of occupants of senior management and advisory positions in reference to the year of 1997. 14

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14 Age Distribution of Servants in Senior Management and Advisory Positions (DAS) (2014)14 14 The Figure excludes the occupants of senior management and advisory positions with up to 30 years of age, which represented less than 1% of the total. From the total of servants in Senior Management and Advisory Position 6 (DAS 6), 0.5% is less than 31 years old. 15

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