Access to Information
Accomplishing our role as a citizen company with ethical and transparent performance, we hereby provide data regarding our management for consultation and requests from public bodies and society in general, as determined by the Law on Access to Information (Law 12,527). This law, which came into effect on May 16, 2012, aims to promote broad access to public information of private or collective interest.
On May 16, 2012, Decree No. 7.724/2012, which regulates under the
Federal Executive Branch, procedures for ensuring access to information and the
classification of information under access restriction, subject degree and term
of secrecy, in accordance with the provisions of Law 12.527/2011 (Law on Access
to Information), has been published.
This decree stipulates, in its article 45, that all organs and entities
of the Federal Executive Branch should disclose classified and declassified
information on their websites.
Information deemed essential to the security of the company or the
State, whose disclosure or unrestricted access may entail some of the
situations provided for in clauses of article 23 of the Law No. 12.527/2011,
shall be classified as confidential. Information whose secrecy is due to other
legislation, such as tax issues, preparatory documents, restricted access
materials and personal information, therefore, are not subject to
information in Eletrobras
To date, no documents that can be
classified in the degrees extremely secret, secret or reserved have been
identified, as provided for in Article 23 of Law No. 12.527/2011.
information with restricted access by other legal hypotheses
Restriction of access based on legal
assumptions of secrecy, as provided for in article 22 of Law No. 12.527/2011.
The classification regarding the access
restriction is carried out following the guideline 5.4.4 of Eletrobras
Companies Business Information and Document Management Policy.
and Privacy Information
The EDO-03 - Classification of Information standard, subordinate to Eletrobras
Companies Document Management Policy, discusses on the classification of
personal information in its item 5.4:
Personal information related to the intimacy, privacy, honor and image of
employees should be restricted to legally authorized public agents and the
person to whom they refer, subject to individual liberties and guarantees, for
a maximum period of one hundred years from the date of its production,
regardless of classification of secrecy.
The disclosure of personal information to third parties should only be possible
when there is express consent of the person to whom they refer or by legal
The improper use of personal information is the responsibility of the one who
obtained the authorized access.
In 2020, there were
no complaints of data or privacy loss, from clients and regulatory agents.