During the start of the Rondônia Rural Show, on Monday (23), at the Vandisi Rack Technology Center, in J. Parana, the Rondônia government promoted the launch of the Environmental Grants and Licensing System – Solar Energy, which is part of the priorities of the state’s strategic plan in the Environment and Regional Development Hub.
The system, developed by the State Department for Environmental Development – Sedam, in partnership with the State Oversight Authority for Information and Communication Technologies – Setic, is based on achieving a key result, reducing the time for analysis of environmental licensing processes. A reference in sustainable environmental development with the priority initiative, with simplification and computerization of environmental licensing procedures.
Solar Energy is an innovative tool that also aims to integrate with other services, such as procedural analytics and digital signatures, facilitating and simplifying activity licensing processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and quality in service delivery through technology.
The Governor of Rondonia, Marcos Rocha, announced the dream of making the country increasingly digital and reinforced that with the support of the Setic technical team, there are several systems currently in operation, which support all the secretariats of the executive branch.
“Today, grants can be made online, without the need for print. A producer, entrepreneur, individual or legal entity that needs a license can do so through the system, which will make life easier for Rondônia residents,” said Marcos Rocha.
The head of the executive authority also confirmed that the regulations gave more flexibility to the various services across the country, especially during the spread of the epidemic, as calls were made remotely. Wali Rondonia said, “There were important services that were produced, which contributed to the uninterrupted state of affairs, in the face of this adverse period.”
Regarding the development of the solar system, Marco Antonio Lagos, Head of the State Secretariat for Environmental Development – SIDAM, noted that the logistics of environmental permit and grant applications are by land, with bags being sent.
“There was a difficulty with the applications, because if someone from the inside sends the documents with the application, it will be sent by post to Porto Velho. Now, with the Internet, the citizen decides from where and will be able to follow the progress of the process and if there are pending issues, where to start The state is at work in the digital sphere with the launch of this system,” said Marco Antonio Lagos.
Director of the State Control Authority for Information and Communication Technologies – Setic, Delner Freire, indicated that the state of Rondônia continues to search for solutions to meet the demand for the simplification of public services in the digital environment, and the organization of public administration.
“We have moved from 19 to more than 150 technology products developed by Setic. The solar system is another development for our technical team, to meet the needs of our citizens, providing the full process of environmental licensing and online grants,” stated Dillner Freire.
The start of solar system development was on May 18, 2020 and it was staffed by more than 30 servers from Setic and Sedam. Between business and systems analysis, project and product managers, coordinators and environmental analysts, aligned in one purpose, to digitize the environmental process, removing the use of paper and the need for physical movement of the process, by sending bags to Porto Velho has reduced the time distance and achieved greater transparency and flexibility in the implementation New projects.
The human resource costs included in this project amounted to R$273,813.10 (two hundred seventy-three thousand eight hundred and thirteen Brazilian reais and ten cents) and the value of the economy to Rondônia (market value, least development cost) amounted to R$3881,716.90 (three million eight hundred and eighty-one) One thousand Brazilian Real and seven hundred sixteen Brazilian Real and ninety cents).
With the implementation of the Environmental Demand Tool, all operations will be carried out through the System Environmental Licensing and Grant (SOLAR) website. New forms, supporting documents and other guidelines are available on the website and questions can be clarified by calling 155 (Ligue Minas).
Entrepreneur Jair Soares, owner of a motorcycle workshop, in the municipality of Presidente Medici, felt motivated to be one of the first to be licensed online by the Solar System, developed by the Rondônia government.
“The structural problem of the workshop was already ready, all I was missing was the legalization of the documents. Within 15 days, the documents were already ready and I was benefited through this system. This environmental license issuance was very important, as it is something new and there was a curiosity to get It is a practical work, because instead of separating the documents, it will now be possible to send them through an attachment,” said Jair Soares.
Jair Soares also said that entrepreneurs will get a lot of help with this new system, as there will be a gain in time, as it will be possible to follow the progress of each transaction sent.