Plan de Acción
Los compromisos del Quinto Plan de Acción están alineados con el Plan Nacional de Desarrollo Paraguay 2030; el Plan Nacional de Integridad, Transparencia y Anticorrupción 2021-2025 y la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible, así como también con los sectores y ejes priorizados del Gobierno Nacional.
Para la cocreación de este plan, se realizaron varias actividades, entre ellas: consulta pública para definir temas y problemáticas; definición de compromisos mediante mesas de cocreación y formulación de hojas de rutas; sistematización de los resultados de la consulta pública; talleres de mesas temáticas de cocreación; y herramienta de seguimiento. El proceso de cocreación se caracterizó por ser un proceso mixto (reuniones presenciales y virtuales), combinó el uso de herramientas de participación ciudadana digital sincrónicas como asincrónicas y en el diseño de las mesas se propuso un proceso con participación descentralizada, amplia y diversa. En total participaron 198 personas, de las cuales 123 provenían de instituciones públicas, 30 de la sociedad civil; 15 de la academia; 4 de organismos internacionales; 2 del sector privado y 4 de título personal.
Seguimiento y Evaluación:
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Enfoques principales: institucionalidad y gobernanza.
Total de compromisos: 18
Compromisos subnacionales: Sí
Compromisos de Parlamento abierto: Sí
Compromisos de Justicia abierta: Sí
1. National Open Data Policy
Develop a National Open Data Policy to consolidate the opening of data in reusable formats, to improve levels of transparency, accountability, and access to public information.
2.1 Presentation of the organic law creating SENIT
Submit a bill "Creating the National Secretariat for Integrity and Transparency (SENIT)" to the National Congress. The purpose is for the SENIT to replace the National Anticorruption Secretariat (SENAC) as the guiding institution responsible for elaborating, promoting and implementing public policies of transparency, integrity and the fight against corruption in the agencies of the Executive Branch, the central administration of the State, the entities of the decentralized public administration, public companies and joint ventures, and to corporations in which the State is a majority shareholder.
2.2 Preparation of the preliminary draft of the Law regulating lobbying activities (Lobby Law)
Work on the drafting of a bill to regulate lobbying activities, for its official presentation to the Executive Branch.
2.3 Integrity and Compliance Business Roundtableesa Empresarial de Integridad y Compliance
Promote the creation of a space for permanent public-private dialogue, formalized and structured, between associations, guilds and chambers of the private sector and State institutions to articulate actions and incentive mechanisms that stimulate the implementation of integrity and compliance policies in companies to promote the culture of integrity, the economy, confidence in the business climate, the attraction of investments and the country's image.
3. Development of a publicly accessible red flags network to promote citizen control over public contracts
Create red flags to allow the detection of risk areas within the public procurement system by identifying, within the universe of procedures, those that show signs of anomalies that could be investigated to rule out the possibility of corruption.
4. Integration and Systematization of Financial Processes and Environmental Project Management
Establish a technological tool that will integrate, systematize, and automate the main processes and data of the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADES), facilitating data management and organization of the institution.
5. Strengthening the Nationa lStatistical System of Paraguay
Continue improving the Administrative Records (RR.AA) of births, deaths and migration; have the National Statistical Development Strategy (NSDS); Address the coordination system of the National Statistical System (SISEN) and the continuous training program with the support of resources from institutions and international cooperation.
6. National Care Policy
The National Care Policy seeks to guarantee the well-being and development of the autonomy of people in a situation of dependency and the people they care for, ensuring access to services, time and resources to care for and be cared for, based on a model of co-responsibility between families, State, private sector and community.
7.1 System for the information and dissemination of services offered to Early Childhood, 0 to 8 years old, by the National Kunu'û Strategy
Implement an information system with a greater reach to the population on access to all public services offered at the local level by the Kunu'u Strategy.
7.2 Mechanism for complaints and denunciations on alternative care for children and adolescents
Strengthen the complaints mechanism as a system for children and adolescents, public and private sector agencies, and civil society, who may file complaints or denunciations related to the operation of organizations that provide care to children and adolescents in alternative care.
8.1 Publish legislative information packages on the institutional website
Facilitate access to public information through the publication of the Journal of Sessions Bulletin, the record of public hearings and the control board.
8.2 Make information available in Open Data format from HCS and HCD
Progressive opening of data according to the availability of data provided by the units responsible for information management (HCS: OAC, SILpy, Journal of Sessions and HCD).
8.3 Facilitate citizen participation during the legislative process for the study of bills
Propose spaces for a better understanding of the role of citizens in the legislative process and their interaction in the spaces for citizen participation.
9. Strengthening of the Observatory of Judicial Cases and the transmission of corruption and other cases
Strengthen the Observatory, which is an orderly service, with free access to judicial information whose search options include court decisions, regulations and court production, and the live transmission of cases concerning corruption and other emblematic cases, both available on the institutional website.
10. Citizen participation for citizen control
Promote citizen participation for control, improve the quality of accountability, empowered and trained citizens in the social control of public management, by developing a methodology to incorporate citizens in the processes of the General Audit Plan and citizen training in citizen control
11. Transparency and citizen monitoring of school food at the local level
Develop and implement a pilot project for transparency and citizen monitoring of the school food distribution process at the local level in a departmental governorate.
12. Monitoring and citizen participation
Promote the development of a culture of citizen participation in public policies; develop plans and strategies for public visibility, communication and awareness for the mobilization and participation of civil society; compliance of public institutions and authorities with citizen accountability processes; implement citizen oversight experiences in their territory, among other actions.
13. Pathway for the diagnosis and care of Chagas disease
To increase the demand for health care services by the beneficiary communities, through the co-creation of an access route that aims to improve access to diagnosis of T.cruzi infection (Chagas) and other prevalent diseases in the districts of Teniente Irala Fernández and Campo Aceval, Department of Presidente Hayes.