TEC begins inspections in the state government works and Manaus Prefecture in progressThe work, initiated by the highway AM-070, It is being carried out by engineers from External Control Board of Public Works (stamped).
Given a determination of the President of the State of Amazonas Court of Auditors (TCE-AM), counselor Yara Lins dos Santos, the General Secretariat of External Control (Secex) TEC initiated a series of inspections in loco works in progress, carried out by the state government and Manaus Prefecture.
The idea, according to the secretary of Secex, Stanley Scherrer, is expanding inspections in situ and concomitant, also, the works of other municipalities. The work, initiated by the highway AM-070, It is being carried out by engineers from External Control Board of Public Works (stamped). They are also undergoing audits doubling Road Tarumã, the works of the Avenue of the Flowers (Torres continuation of), the first university city stage, beyond stop-gap work carried out by the Manaus City Hall.
The irregularities will be forwarded, via notification, the competent bodies to be remedied while the contracts of works are in force, under penalty of a fine during the trial of checks and balances. "With these concurrent jobs, We perform preventive action and give an answer to society, Whatever money is applied correctly ", said the counselor president.
The audited works include the amount of R $ 600 millions, as revealed the director of Dicop, Euderiques Brands. Na AM-070, for example, whose contract passes from R $ 224 millions, in addition to structural failures, It was detected in material used overpricing. The managers of the work have already been notified and the ECA awaiting justifications.
The reports made by Dicop engineers will be inserted in the respective accounts of public officials and answers to Secex notifications accompanied by the rapporteurs of the folders.
The counselor Yara Lins dos Santos recalled that citizens can make complaints about works in progress by TEC Ombudsman, through the WhatsApp ( 98855-0214), 0800-2800007 and even through email [email protected]