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Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2

CADASTURMedida is a part of the process of bureaucratization brought about with the upgrading of the system in the year 2018

By: Vanessa Castro

Tons of papers piling up in the offices of the Tourism board. The disposal will allow to make better use of the space to the public. Credit: Odirlei File/SEDETUR-R the Ministry of Tourism and the National archives have developed a plan for the disposal of the documents relating to the Cadastur (registry of Tourism Service Providers). In the year 2018, the record went on to be completely online, leaving behind thousands of papers and documents accumulated in the archives of the departments of Tourism all over the country.Prior to the upgrade of the system, the survey was carried out primarily by the physical environment, and all of the documentation that must be filed by the secretaries of the Tourism industry. Currently, the Cadastur there is no record to print, and it is connected with the internal Revenue service. The service provider can ask for and follow up the registration through the web site the secretary for Development and Competitiveness of Tourism, Aluizer Malab, points out that as part of the modernisation of the system, with the aim of simplifying the process. “In order to get an idea of the amount of paper you use, the seven categories are required to register, and nine are optional. Each and every one of them had to give, on average, eight different kinds of documents. Are the tons of papers stored in a way that is unnecessary and is spread across all the states. This action is going to open up their files to the public, allowing you to use the space for other activities and from the disposal of a responsible and sustainable way,” said Malab.The plan, called the “Reasons for Deletion of Documents Accumulated by the governing Bodies of Delegates from the Tourism, in the Register of Providers of Tourist Services”, which was signed by the Permanent Commission on the review of the Documents to the Ministry of Tourism (CPAD), at the National archives and provides guidance to the Secretaries of the Tourism, that they want to delete the document from your files.According to the rule, the agencies should develop a List of Disposal” Document, which is expected to be approved by CPAD, and for the Public record. After the approval, the secretariats should prepare for the “End-of-Deletion-of-Documents”, and they will have to give notice in the in-house newsletter or on the website.According to the law no. 40/2014, of the National archives, and the disposition of documents will be carried out by means of fragmentation of manual or mechanical means, spraying, degauss, or re-securing it to the characterization of the documents that could not be reversed. In addition, the deletion must occur under the supervision of the person responsible and the procedure to be adopted for the characterization of the document must comply with the rules and regulations in force in relation to the protection of the environment and sustainability.Edit: Vagner Vargas

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