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Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
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1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
The Brazilian tax return system is entirely Internet-based.
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Certo
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Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
The number of people casting their votes in 2008 election added up to less than twice over 50 millions.
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
Electronic voting began to be used in the late 1990’s.
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
The expression “these needs” (R.28) refers to “improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining internal procedures” (R.26-27).
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Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
In the text, “over the years” (R.7) is synonymous with “through decades” (R.8).
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
The government primary concerns have also to do with improving its organization by making it more modern.
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
In accordance with the Law (May, 2009), government agencies are supposed to provide information about their income from taxes and expenditure.
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
In Brazil, information technology-based public services are increasing steadily.
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
Information technology assures economic growth.
C
Certo
E
Errado
Ano: 2010 Banca: CESPE Órgão: TJ-ES Prova: Analista Judiciário - Analista de Suporte
Texto Associado Texto Associado
1 Information technology plays a major part in all
productive sectors in Brazil, and there is an increasing
awareness of its essential role in helping the country achieve
4 economic growth for the economy. Brazil can justifiably claim
to be a global strategic player in the IT-BPO industry.
Brazilian companies in the sector have created a very
7 thriving industry over the years. They have acquired know-how
through decades of experience, they have innovated and, as
result, excelled in various business and government areas, and
10 they have grown in step with increased domestic demand.
Information technology-based public services are on
the rise in Brazil. Best practices are being promoted throughout
13 the most diverse areas — health, education, public safety, and
finance, amongst others and in the three spheres of the
government, namely, the federal, state and municipal ones.
16 Communications within society are increasingly done via
computers. A law enacted in May 2009, for example, requires
that government agencies report all their revenues and spending
19 on the Internet, consolidating a practice that had already been
adopted by some agencies.
At the end of 2007, IDC carried out a survey among
22 156 companies in the government sector to identify IT
investment trends for the following years. The main challenges
for all spheres are the extension and improvement of their
25 existing infrastructure. The government’s priorities also include
improving the services provided to citizens and streamlining
internal procedures. The implementation of ERP systems can
28 answer these needs directly, offering more integration,
efficiency in processes, cost reduction and increased
transparency in operations. In response to this demand, several
31 IT-BPO companies operating in Brazil are offering ERPs with
management modules developed for the public sector.
Some Brazilian e-government case studies have
34 proven to be remarkable international successes. Electronic
ballot boxes were first used in the municipal elections of 1996.
In the most recent municipal elections, held in 2008, in which
37 mayors and city councilors were elected, electronic ballot
boxes were available to the entire electorate. The numbers
involved are impressive and show how complex the operation
40 was in terms of information technology: 5,563 cities, 371,874
electoral sections, and over 110 million voters. Almost all the
votes were counted before midnight on the same day of the
43 election.
Another example that adds to Brazil’s credibility in
this area is its tax return system, which is almost exclusively
46 Internet-based.
It is also worth highlighting the Brazilian Federal
Government’s Electronic Procurement System (Compras Net),
49 regarded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) as
a source for reference in the procurement of goods and
standard services for public administration, as it provides
52 secure information.

Taking into consideration the text above, judge the items from 101 through 110.
The present public sector infrastructure needs to be replaced by other models.
C
Certo
E
Errado
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