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Chief Justice Dias Toffoli regulates teleworking in the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (STF) and honors public service employees

Hyperconnected world

When signing the resolution, the Chief Justice of the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (STF) reiterated the importance of using the new technological tools in the Judiciary. "Brazil is part of a global and digitally connected society," he said. "We live in a hyperconnected world, and we need to use the resources of technology for efficiency and citizenship".

The resolution, according to the jJstice, is one of the paths adopted by the STF to improve the jurisdictional provision and services provided by the Court to society. "The complexity and dynamism of the nation require modernization," he said.


The remote work began to be implemented in the STF in March 2016 through a pilot project that initially contemplated 27 servers of the Judicial Secretariat. Currently, 105 servers work in this mode.

"The resolution establishes general norms for the use of communication and information technology tools by the court's staff", Toffoli said. Among other aspects, the document consolidates parameters for benchmarking results and gives more autonomy to the STF units for the implementation of telework.

According to the Court's Chief Justice, the experience of more than two years shows that teleworking produces benefits for both, the institution and the servers. These include increasing productivity and improving quality of life. The goal announced by Toffoli is that this modality of service reaches 40% of the STF staff table.

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