Governança de projetos na administração pública: uma revisão sistemática da literatura internacional

João Paulo Oliveira Lucena, Josué Vitor de Medeiros Junior, Mariane Araújo de Oliveira

Resumo


O objetivo desta revisão sistemática foi verificar os estudos existentes acerca da governança de projetos na administração pública. Para isso, utilizou-se uma adaptação do protocolo de Tranfield, Denyer e Smart (2003) como norteador da execução da revisão, originalmente com três estágios e nove fases. Os dados foram coletados em duas bases de dados internacionais, a Scopus e a Web of Sience. Após aplicação dos critérios de inclusão e exclusão, com auxílio do software EndNote®, chegou-se a uma amostra com 13 trabalhos para análise. Foi elaborada uma caracterização geral dessas publicações, em que se apresentam os periódicos onde estes trabalhos foram publicados, autores, Qualis CAPES, ano de publicação e forma de abordagem. Na sequência, foi realizada uma análise destes trabalhos de maneira que se constatou sete temas principais de pesquisa: interface governança-gerenciamento, propriedade, estruturas de governança, práticas de governança, garantias de qualidade, desempenho e interação governança contratual-relacional. A principal contribuição deste trabalho foi ter verificado o estado da arte sobre a temática e ressaltado que, embora este tema não seja incipiente, a produção sobre ele ainda é escassa e que há um vasto campo para exploração.

 

 


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Governança de projetos; Administração pública; Revisão sistemática de literatura.

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