Fundação Renova

41 – Management of environmental programs

Objective of the program

Provide the environmental programs with management, monitoring and assessment processes and mechanisms, including IT systems, databases and KPIs, that comply with the mechanisms and governance processes established by Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC).

Progress of Program

PENDING
• There were no relevant deliveries this month.

There were no relevant deliveries this month.

There were no relevant deliveries this month.

There were no relevant deliveries this month.

There were no relevant deliveries this month.

There were no relevant deliveries this month.

There were no relevant deliveries this month.

• Development and implementation of the Transparency Portal page on the Renova Foundation website to report the main highlights, important numbers, area of activity and information on the objective and expenses of the Renova Foundation's programs.
• As planned, the Information Fusion Center (IFC) was implemented in 2019. Currently, procedures for improving management reports, based on the user experience, are in progress.

• Worked on the development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included new deadline assessments and the risk of not meeting them.
• The PMO team is working on the development of a database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the Foundation's programs, through reports based on collection, organization, analysis and sharing.

• Worked on the development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included new assessments of the deadlines and the risk of not meeting them.
• The PMO team is working on the development of a database and the implementation of tools to report progress information on the Foundation's programs, through reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support management.

• Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included assessing the risks for meeting deadlines.
• The PMO team is working on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the Programs of the Foundation, through reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support decision making.

• Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. New risk assessments were made of the deadlines.
• The PMO team is working on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the programs of the Foundation, through reports drafted based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support decision making.

• Worked on the development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included assessing the risks for meeting deadlines.
• The PMO team is working on the development of a database and the implementation of tools to report progress information on the Foundation's programs, through reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support management.

• Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. Integrated with this work were new risk assessments of the deadlines.
• The PMO team is working on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the Programs of the Foundation, with reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support decision making.

• Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included assessing the risks for meeting deadlines.
• The PMO team is working on the development of a database and the implementation of tools to report progress information on the Foundation's programs, through reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support management.

• Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included assessing the risks for meeting deadlines.
• The PMO team is working on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the Programs of the Foundation, through reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support decision making.

Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included assessing the risks for meeting deadlines.
The PMO team is working on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the Programs of the Foundation, with reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support decision making.

Further development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included assessing the risks for meeting deadlines.
The PMO team is working on developing the database and implementing tools to report on the progress made by the Programs of the Foundation through reports based on sample taking, organizing, analyzing, sharing, and monitoring information to support management.

Worked on the development of the master schedule, considering the identification, validation and updating of the interfaces. This work included new assessments of the risks of meeting deadlines.
The PMO team is working on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to report on the progress of the Programs of the Foundation, through reports based on the collection, organization, analysis, sharing and monitoring of information to support decision making.

The Foundation's PMO (Project Management Office) division has been developing activities of portfolio management, programs and projects focused on integration, stimulating the pace of the activities developed within the programs, conducting a critical analysis of the information and disseminating analyzed and consistent results to support Renova's decision making (internal and external).
As far as interface management is concerned, we are working to ensure that information is incorporated within the programs. For this, interviews are being carried out with managers and technical teams to identify and validate connections between the programs, through analyzing the activity schedules. The identification of the interfaces between the programs already went through a first “wave” and now all are being reviewed to update the links.
The development of a master schedule is part of the portfolio management methodology that we are implementing at the Renova Foundation. For this work to be done, apart from the identification and validation of the interfaces, it is necessary to analyze the deadlines of the schedules and the risks that may impact these deadlines in order to visualize the most accurate timeframes for carrying out the scheduled activities. This work is underway and has the support of the team of experts and consultants of the Instituto Aquila and Alvarez & Marsal.
The focus of the PMO’s activities has been on the development of the database and the implementation of tools to make information available to the Renova Foundation and external public, through reports and the implementation of a robust business intelligence process, which refers to the process of collecting, organizing, analyzing, sharing and monitoring information to support management.

Submission of clarifications on the temporary housing allocation process for households at risk (resolution No. 190).
Response to referrals by Technical Board CT-INFRA regarding the request for an extension of the Term for the Recovery of Other Impacted Infrastructures between Fundao and Candonga (resolution No. 191).
Submission of the reviewed version of the document defining the Social Protection Program (scope of the program), incorporating the minimum bases contained in Technical Note nº 024/2018/CTOS-CIF (resolution No. 192).
Submission of a new version of the Water Quality Monitoring for Human Consumption Plan, as recommended by Technical Note TB of Health nº 07/2018 (resolution No. 198).
Submission of a new version of the Emergency Quilombo Degredo Assistance Plan, according to the recommendations of Technical Note No. 016/2018/CT-IPCT/CIF (resolution No. 202).
Submission of supplements to the Communication Plan for the Quilombola Territory of Degredo, in accordance with the recommendations of Technical Note No. 017/2018/CT-IPCT/CIF (resolution No. 203).
Presentation of the Flooding Contingency Plan for all affected Indigenous Territories (resolution No. 205).
Submission of a new version of the document defining the Emergency Financial Aid Program, in accordance with Technical Note No. 025/2018/CTOS-CIF (resolution No. 210).
Submission of a new version of the Work Plan to comply with TTAC Clause 165, contemplating the Minas Gerais portion of the Doce River (Resolution No. 212).
Issued the quarterly report of the Ombudsman's Office for the period from July to September 2018 (TTAC Clause 72).

Initiation of the activities related to the monitoring of the Doce River fauna in the Espirito Santo portion and impacted estuarine and marine environments (CIF Resolution 148).
Presentation of the Acceleration Plan for the Water Supply Systems Improvement Program, observing the considerations set out in Technical Note No. 22 of the Technical Board (TB) of Water Safety, in order to speed up the implementation of the actions planned for the Program.
The schedule of the first monthly campaign of the Water Consumption Monitoring Plan was sent to the CIF and TB of Health.
The Work Plan for the assessment of the Doce River Basin was sent to for the TB of Water Safety.
Bundle 027 of the Integrated Register was sent to the CIF and TB of Social Organization.
Material on the conclusion of the 3rd Registration Campaign was sent to the CIF and TB of Social Organization.
Tender for contracting ATER (Technical Assistance and Rural Extension) was forwarded to the CIF and TB of Economy and Innovation.
Plan for opening up the Pequeno canal in Linhares was sent to the TB of Tailings and IEMA.

Approval of Extraordinary TTAC Review No 03: Spanish language was removed from the Renova Foundation website. Provision water supply in CRQ of Degredo started on 08/31. Presented the final proposal for the alternative compensation "Social Fund of the Municipalities" related to those impacted in regard to extraordinary public expenditures. The Renova Foundation assumed paying the rent for the families already identified by the Linhares and Sooretama Civil Defense as affected by the flooding of the Juparana lagoon in the municipalities of Linhares and Sooretama, caused by the barrier in the Pequeno river, bearing the logistics involved in the removal processes. Delivery of the Contingency Plan, contemplating actions to ensure the removal of families, to be indicated by Civil Defense, and accommodation, as well as providing support in preparedness, response and recovery actions. Presentation of the restructured version of the Program for the Protection and Recovery of the Quality of Life of Indigenous Peoples, considering the recommendations covered in Technical Note No. 011/ 2018 /CT-lPCT/CIF. Put on hold the actions related to the enrichment of native vegetation and planting of forest species of the tailings management plan until the planting methodology is validated by the Technical Boards CTFLOR, CTGRSA and CTEI. Approval of the Minimum Bases to start with the implementation of the Social Protection Program by the Renova Foundation, according to TTAC Clause 58, in the terms of Technical Note 024/2018/CTOS-CIF.

Approved by the CIF, the documents defining the programs "Recovery of Schools and Reintegration of the School Community" and "Environmental Education and Preservation of Historical, Artistic and Cultural Memory".

Approval of the exceptional review of the TTAC to adjust the scope of the Program for Sewage Collection and Treatment and Destination of Solid Waste, with amplification of projects for the destination of solid wastes (Clause 169) and definition of new deadlines for the provision of financial resources, including the guidelines for the transfer of resources to the municipalities by the Foundation Renova, considering training, technical support and transfer of funds by financial institutions.

Revised the Tailings Management Plan in response to NT IBAMA/SISEMA/IEMA nº 002/2017 of 06/22/17.

Revised the document "Recovery of Springs in the Doce River Basin - Year 1" with the adjustments specified in Technical Note No. 2/201 7/CT-FLOR/GABIN.

Signed the contract with FAPEMIG to carry out the selective process for monitoring the fauna of the Doce river mouth and impacted estuarine and marine environments.

Submitted was the Work Plan to conduct studies to identify the environmental impacts of the barriers in lagoons of the Lower Doce River section.

A plan of action was presented to Technical Board CTOS to mitigate the socioeconomic impacts derived from the implementation of the barrier in the Pequeno River and Juparana lagoon in Sooretama/ES.

The CIF approved the documents defining the following programs:

● Recovery of Schools and Reintegration of the School Community;
● Environmental Education and Preservation of Historical, Artistic and Cultural Memory.

Also approved was the exceptional review of the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC) to adjust the scope of the program for sewage collection and treatment and solid waste disposal. Within this review, the expansion of the scope of solid waste disposal projects and definition of new deadlines for the contributions of the anticipated financial resources was made. In addition, guidelines were added for the transfer of resources to the municipalities by the Renova Foundation, including training, technical support and financial transactions by financial institutions.

Furthermore, in response to technical notes, the Tailings Management Plan and the document "Recovery of Springs in the Doce River Basin - Year 1" were reviewed.

A contract was also signed with Fapemig, which will guarantee the completion of the selective process for monitoring the fauna at the Doce River mouth and impacted estuarine and marine environments.

The Work Plan for conducting studies to identify the environmental impacts of the barriers on the lower Doce River lagoons was also delivered. Another action that deserves to be highlighted is the presentation to the Technical Board of Social rganization and Emergency Aid (CTOS) regarding the action plan to mitigate the socioeconomic impacts derived from the implementation of the barrier in the Pequeno River and Juparana Lagoon, in Sooretama
(ES).

The following documents were sent in the period:
• A document concluding the works and containing the final result of the interventions in the Rio Pequeno barrier, in Linhares (ES), was sent to the Tailings CT;
• A study mapping priority areas for APP recovery and groundwater recharge areas in the Doce River Basin with erosive control;
• The methodology for Bento Rodrigues public space and housing Architectural Projects was sent to the Infrastructure CT;
• Revised versions of the Support Program for Tourism, Culture, Sport and Leisure and the Environmental Education Program, in compliance with the technical notes issued by the Education, Culture and Leisure CT;
• Revised definition for the School Recovery and School Community Reintegration Program, and provided financial information details from as recently as 2017 through the Historical, Cultural and Artistic Memory Program, considering the technical notes issued by the Education, Culture and Leisure Center;
• A Characterization and Delimitation of Groundwater Recharge Areas study conducted in the community of Paracatu de Baixo was sent to the Infrastructure CT, the Mariana Municipal Government, SEMAD, the Prosecution Service and others;
• A response to the revision of Lots 020 to 022 in the Impacted Party Registry, which led to approval of these lots at the 26th Interfederative Committee Meeting.

The following documents were issued:
• Revised version of the report "Investigation of the quality of water, colloids and sediments of the S3 and S4 dikes and Carmo river";
• Documentation regarding the resumption of the dairy activities of the Fazenda Osvaldo Boiadeiro Farm in the Padre Viegas district of Mariana (MG);
• Revised version of the technical report "Identification and mapping of nurseries of native and exotic species of the Doce River basin";
• Revised version of definitions of the Program for Resumption of Agricultural Activities and the Program to Promote the Implementation of CAR and PRAs.

A meeting between the boards was held, where the management procedure of the Technical Boards (TB) was approved using resources of the secretariat to be provided by the Renova Foundation. In addition, a deadline was agreed for the Technical Boards to express themselves in relation to the scope of the programs presented by the Foundation.

The Term of Reference for contracting the Irrigation Study, object of Resolution 142 and clause 180 of the TTAC, was sent to the Technical Board of Tailings Management and Environmental Safety. The report on the implementation of the Tailings Management Plan in sections 1 to 4 was also sent to this Technical Board.

The quarterly report with the Data Evaluation of the Quali-Quantitative Systematic Monitoring Program (PMQQS) for Water and Sediments was sent to the Technical Board of Water Security and Quality for the months of August to October 2017.

The final report on the restoration of banks, channels and erosion control processes, completed in December 2017, under Clause 160 of the TTAC, was sent to the Technical Board for Forest Restoration and Water Production.

The standards that the Renova Foundation will adopt for reporting and monitoring of the programs was sent to the CIF and to the Coordinators of Technical Boards. This format will be used in the Foundation’s internal meetings and the proposal is to also use them in the meetings of the Technical Boards.

Responses to CIF resolutions 74, 107, 123, 124, 135, 143, 146 and 148 were also sent.

The Interfederative Committee (CIF) was notified of the documents defining the programs for the Conservation of Aquatic Biodiversity, the Strengthening of the Structures for Screening and Reintroduction of Wildlife, the Conservation of Flora and Fauna, Information for the Population and the Consolidation of Conservation Units.

The Renova Foundation submitted the terms of reference for the actions to safeguard the archaeological heritage and the actions to safeguard the cultural heritage kept in the Technical Reserve in Mariana for analysis by the Technical Board of Education, Culture, Tourism and Recreation. For analysis by the Technical Board of Health, the reports were forwarded on the Health Care Services Profile and Morbidity and Mortality of the Sick and Diseases over the 10 years previous to the Fundao dam collapse.

Definitions of 29 programs of the Renova Foundation were filed with the Interfederative Committee (CIF) and its Technical Boards.

The first partial technical report of Data Evaluation by the Qualitative Quantitative Systematic Monitoring Program (PMQQS) for Water and Sediments was sent to the Technical Board of Water Security and Quality.
The HPP Risoleta Neves Reservoir Filler Plan, a preliminary version of the Tailings Management Plan for stretch 12 - HPP Risoleta Neves, and the Air Quality Monitoring and Control of Atmospheric Emissions Plan, were sent to the Technical Board for Tailings Management and Environmental Safety.
The reimbursement time frames and methodology for the municipalities, related to the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC), were sent to the Technical Board of Economy and Innovation.
The Technical Board of Social Organization and Emergency Aid was sent the work plan of the Compensation and Indemnification of Impacted Parties Program.
A proposal for mobilization for the recovery of springs in the Doce river basin and the preliminary version of the Public Notice for the Environmental Services Payment Program and its operational manual were delivered to the Technical Board for Forestry Restoration and Water Production.
Renova presented to the Technical Board of Health the report of the Program to support the Physical and Mental Health of the Impacted Population.
The draft of the Call for Research, Development and Innovation was sent to the Technical Board of Conservation and Biodiversity and to FAPEMIG.
A proposal for an Integrated Campaign on Water Quality for Human Consumption was presented to the Technical Board of Communication, Participation, Dialogue and Social Control.
The Interfederative Committee (CIF) was notified of the letters sent to the municipal governments of Mariana, Barra Longa, Rio Doce and Santa Cruz do Escalvado (MG), in order to comply with resolution No. 80 (Item 4) and No. 115, which deal with the projects for the destination of the fine imposed on Samarco as a result of non-compliance with Clause 150-§3, referring to the dredging of the first 400 meters of the Risoleta Neves HPP.

There have been several updates regarding the resolutions of the Inter-Federative Committee (CIF). Regarding the clauses of the TTAC, the quarterly report of the Ombudsman's Office was published, in compliance with clause 72, and the proposal of the methodology of the strategy of mobilization and engagement for the recovery of springs was sent to the Technical Board of Forestry Restoration and Water Production, referring to clause 163.

The study of the Physical-Chemical Analyzes carried out through the Monitoring of the lakes Nova, Monsarás, Areal and Pandolfi was sent to the Technical Board of Tailings Management and Environmental Safety. They were also sent the schedule for the application of the Tailings Management Plan, by section and deadlines; and the detailed schedule of the construction works for the recovery of the Risoleta Neves HPP.

The final version of the term of reference for the contracting and collection of intangible assets and the validation report of the assessment of Culture and Tourism, both referring to the Preservation Program of Historical, Cultural and Artistic Memory, were delivered to the Technical Board of Education, Culture and Leisure.

The Study of Alternatives for the Exhibition Park of Barra Longa (MG) was sent to the Technical Board of Infrastructure Reconstruction and Recovery.

Whereas the Technical Board of Social Organization and Emergency Aid received Lot 018 of the Integrated Register Database and the details of the conclusion of the second registration campaign.

The documents defining the programs to support research for the Development and Use of Socioeconomic Technologies; Resumption of Agricultural and Livestock Activities; Recovery and Diversification of the Regional Economy; Micro and Small Business Recovery; Stimulus to Local Contracting and Reimbursement of Extraordinary Public Expenditures were sent to the Technical Board of Economy and Innovation for discussion and contributions.

Whereas the documents defining the programs of Survey and Registration of the Impacted Parties; Reimbursement and Indemnity of the Impacted Parties; Social Protection; Assistance to Animals and Emergency Financial Aid were forwarded to the Technical Board of Social Organization, with the same purpose.

The document defining the Support Program for Tourism, Culture, Sport and Leisure was sent to the Technical Board of Education.

Regarding the clauses of the Transaction and Conduct Adjustment Term (TTAC), it is important to note that the Annual Planning - Fiscal year 2018 - was completed. The working plan was submitted and a deadline extension was requested for clause 171, §1. Regarding clause 180, technical note no. 0006/2017 CT/CIF/GRSA, related to the study of identification of irrigation areas along the Doce River, was met.
The definition of Program 35 - Information for Population of Environmental Area 1 - and the first stage of the programs 33 - Environmental Education - and 13 - Support to Tourism, Culture, Sports and Leisure were presented to the respective Technical Boards (TB of Communication and TB of Education, Culture and Leisure) for discussions.

The definitions of the programs PG001 - Registration of the Impacted Parties -, PG021 - Emergency Financial Aid - and PG035 - Information for Population of Environmental Area 1 - were finalized and submitted for evaluation by the internal governance of the Renova Foundation. Step one of the definitions of PG011 - School Recovery and Reintegration of the School Community -, PG012 - Preservation of Historical, Cultural and Artistic Memory -, PG013 - Support for Sports and Leisure Tourism -, PG028 - Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation -, PG029 - Reintroduction of Terrestrial Fauna - and PG033 - Environmental Education - were also finalized and submitted for evaluation by the internal governance of Renova.

The programs Socioeconomic Technologies, Diversification of the Regional Economy, Micro and Small Businesses, Stimulation of Local Hiring and Reimbursement of Extraordinary Public Expenses had their documentation and definitions forwarded to the Technical Board of Economy and Innovation to start the discussions. The documentation that defines the Reconstruction of Villages for Environmental Emergencies Program was completed and forwarded to internal governance, as well as the documentation of the first stage of the definition phase of the programs Recovery of Environmental Area 1 and Fauna and Flora Terrestrial.

The details of the Project for the Sterilization of Animals under the Animal Care Program were sent to the Technical Board of Social Organization and Emergency Aid.

Submission of the Revision of the Tailings Management Working Plan for the region of Bento Rodrigues (MG), in compliance with the Technical Note of the State System of Environment (Sisema), of the State Secretariat of Environment and Sustainable Development (Semad), the State Environmental Foundation (Feam), the Technical Board for Tailings Management and Environmental Safety.

WebGIS system: continuity of the implementation of the program, sending answers to the questions of the Technical Board of Forest Restoration and Water Production and dissemination of the user manual (Clause 184).

Publication of the new Dashboard of Clauses, Deliberations and Demands of the Technical Boards, as well as the detailed report for the month of June.

The programs for Animal Assistance and the Recovery of Other Impacted Communities and Infrastructures were registered for evaluation by the Technical Board and Inter-Federative Committee (CIF).

In June, the monthly report for the CIF (Clause 192) was restructured and the data of the programs was entered into the WebGIS system. Access was given to the Technical Board of Forestry Restoration and Water Production (Clause 184).

In addition, the implementation of the Assurance Plan for the Program for the Recovery of Impacted Communities and Infrastructures was initiated, audited by Ernst & Young.

Issuance of the revision of version 2.0 of the Renova Foundation Master Plan, in which the deliveries were outlined in greater detail, extending the integration between the programs, with a territorial approach and vision, allowing to increase its performance, synergy in actions and a more integrated planning. Furthermore, there was the surveying and structuring of the geographic information of the programs to be included in the WebGIS georeferencing program.

In April, working groups were formed to engage stakeholders and the Renova teams in the revision of the Foundation's Masterplan. The objective is to identify improvements and broaden the integration between the programs, with a territorial vision and approach. This will enable increased performance, synergy in actions and integrated planning.

Update of program management methodology, strengthening the process of engagement of stakeholders and the mobilization of knowledge to define solutions and to complete the team formation of economic management and program planning.

The Inter-Federative Committee (CIF) has approved the governance format of the program with the Technical Boards. The implementation of the IT system for the management of the programs and further detailing of the projects and processes is ongoing.

The development phase of the program management system has been completed and the implementation phase has started. The Renova Foundation participated in meetings of seven Technical Boards where it presented the content of the ongoing programs.

The budget plan for the year 2017 was completed. Still in progress is the development of the project management IT system. In addition to the previously completed project management module the following management modules were completed: programs, processes, actions and risks. Still to be completed are the clauses management module and some adjustments to the already completed modules.

The elaboration of the 2017 budget plan is in its final stage and will be delivered to the Inter-federative Committee by December 9, 2016. In progress is the development of the last modules of the information technology management system for the management of the Renova Foundation programs.

Progress was made in the formatting of new projects and in the planning of initiated projects in terms of scope, time and cost. Moreover, the project management module of the IT system was completed.

Progress has been made in the definition of the programs and the Renova Foundation's plan for the year 2017 has been presented to the Interfederative Committee. Moreover, the project management module of the IT system was completed.


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