Unified national competition: government launches website with rules – 11/13/2023 – Market

Unified national competition: government launches website with rules – 11/13/2023 – Market

Information about the federal government’s unified national competition — the Enem of public competitions — will now be published in a new space, a website developed especially for the selection, which will have 6,590 vacancies, in 20 public bodies.

The page can be accessed at www.gov.br/gestao/pt-br/concursonacional. According to the schedule, by the 22nd of this month, the panel responsible for the competition must be chosen, which will organize and publish the notice, receive applications and administer the tests.

The dispute between who will be the organizing company would be between three companies, Cebraspe, Fundação Getulio Vargas and Fundação Cegranrio. The names, however, were not confirmed by the MGI (Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services), responsible for the competition, which says it will release the information as soon as the choice occurs and in a consolidated manner.

According to the ministry, the objective of the new website is to expand official publicity about the competition, “giving security to those interested in the veracity of the information”.

On the page, those interested in one of the 6,590 vacancies will find an answer to questions about the competition, a guide on selection, schedule, rules that must be followed by participants and other information, with interviews with technicians and explanations about the competition.

The notice is expected to be published by December 20th and the tests will take place in February or March 2024. Those approved should start taking up vacancies in the second half of 2024.

Check the unified national competition calendar

  • Until November 22nd – hiring the bank
  • December 20 – publication of the notice
  • February or March 2024 – application of tests
  • Until May 2024 – final result of the unified stage
  • Until July 2024 – training course, if available
  • Until August 2024 – possession of those approved

The list of positions includes opportunities for analyst, administrative technician, engineer, social worker, social communications technician, doctor, economist, lawyer, foreign trade analyst, architect, archivist and doctor, among others.


The list of positions includes opportunities for analyst, administrative technician, engineer, social worker, social communications technician, doctor, economist, lawyer, foreign trade analyst, architect, archivist and doctor, among others.

The largest number of positions offered is for labor inspectors, who will have 900 chances. The salary for the role is R$22,900, according to data from the federal government’s Transparency Portal. The body that offers the most positions is MGI itself, with 1,480 vacancies.


Organ Office Vacancies
Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services Specialists in public policies and government management 150
Infrastructure analyst 300
Technical social policy analyst 360
Information technology analyst 300
Technical-administrative analyst 190
Economist 27
Psychologist two
Statistical 12
Social communication technician 10
Educational affairs technician two
Archivist 16
Architect 14
Engineer 68
Librarian 4
Counter 5
Doctor 20
Mdic ​​(Ministry of Development, Industry, Commerce and Services Foreign trade analyst 50
Technical-administrative analyst 50
Economist 10
National Waterway Transport Agency Specialist in regulating water transport services 30
Aneel (National Electric Energy Agency) Specialist in regulation of public energy services 40
Map (Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock and Inmet (National Institute of Meteorology) Federal agricultural tax auditor 200
Science and technology analyst 40
Technologist 40
Agricultural activities agent 100
Sanitary and industrial inspection agent for products of animal origin 100
Laboratory technician 40
Incra (National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform) Administrative Analyst 137
Analyst in agrarian reform and development 446
agricultural engineer 159
Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation Science and technology analyst 296
Ministry of Human Rights Technical social policy analyst 40
Ministry of Education Technical social policy analyst 70
Funai (National Foundation of Indigenous Peoples) Specialized indigenist 152
Administrator 26
Anthropologist 19
Architect 1
Archivist 1
Social worker 21
Librarian 6
Counter 12
Economist 24
Engineer 20
agricultural engineer 31
Forest engineer two
Statistical 1
Geographer 4
Psychologist 6
Sociologist 12
Educational affairs technician two
Agent in Indigenism 152
Social communication technician 10
Ministry of Health Technologist 220
Ministry of Justice and Public Security Technical-administrative analyst 100
Technical social policy analyst 30
MET (Ministry of Labor and Employment) Labor tax auditor 900
Previc (National Superintendency of Complementary Pensions) Administrative analyst 15
Supplementary pension specialist 25
ANS (National Supplementary Health Agency) Specialist in supplementary health regulation 35
Planning, management and infrastructure analyst in geographic and statistical information 275
IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics) Technologist in geographic information and statistics 312
Geographic information and statistics researcher 8
Geographic information and statistics technician 300
AGU (Attorney General of the Union) Administrator 154
Architect 5
Archivist two
Technical-administrative analyst 90
Counter 47
Economist 35
Engineer 18
Statistical 7
Doctor 3
Psychologist 10
Educational affairs technician 20
Social communication technician 9
Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Technical-administrative analyst 30
Ministry of Planning and Budget Technical-administrative analyst 45
Economist 15
Ministry of Culture Technical-administrative analyst 50
Total vacancies 6,590


The proposal to hold a Unified National Competition came from the Minister of Management and Innovation in Public Services Esther Dweck, who revealed in an interview with Sheet the idea of ​​bringing together all public competitions.

“It is a process of democratizing access to becoming a public servant, but also in the sense that there is a resumption of the hiring process for the sector, reinforcing the strengthening of the Brazilian State”, stated the minister in an interview with Mônica Bergamo’s column.

Dweck also states that the idea of ​​the unified test was born from the realization that several federal bodies have not had competitions for a long time, and that many of the tests are held in large cities. The experience gained from taking the Enem then emerged as an inspiration to remodel the selection processes.


The unified competition tests are scheduled for February 24th. The rules for participation will be in the selection notice. Among the information that will be published is where the candidate will be based, that is, where they will work, and the guidelines for choosing the vacancy for which they will apply.

Quotas are foreseen for black and indigenous candidates and people with disabilities, as determined by federal legislation.

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