Araujo, Wagner

Research Assistant

Profile
  • Wagner Araujo
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-EGOV
    OFFICE:
    C1-10: Campus de Couros, Rua de Vila Flor 166, 4810-445 Guimarães, Portugal
    E-MAIL:
    wagner.s.araujo@unu.edu
    PHONE:
    n/a

    Research Interests

    • e-Governance Monitoring and Assessing
    • e-Governance Planning and Design

    Education

    • PhD, Technologies and Information Systems, University of Minho, Portugal (ongoing)
    • MBA, University of Brasilia, Brazil (2004)
    • Specialist in ICT Management, University of Brasilia, Brazil (2000)
    • B.Sc. CS, University of Brasilia, Brazil (1998)

    Appointments

    • Visiting Fellow, UNU-EGOV, Portugal
    • Brazilian public official (licensed)
    • Government Fellow, UNU-EGOV, Portugal (2018)
    • Advisor of the National Secretary of Information Technology and Communication, Ministry of Planning, Development and Administration, Brazil (2018)
    • Director of Digital Government, Ministry of Planning, Development and Administration, Brazil (2016-2017)
    • Director of Governance and Information Systems, Ministry of Planning, Development and Administration, Brazil (2014-2015)
    • Former National Secretary of Information Technology and Communication, Federal Prosecuting Council, Brazil (2010-2013)

    Biographical Statement

    Wagner Araujo is a Research Assistant at UNU-EGOV. He is also a Brazilian public official (licensed) and has been the chief-advisor of the National Secretary of Information and Communication Technology. Prior to this position, he was the Director of Digital Government and the Director of Governance and Information Systems, all these positions at Ministry of Planning, Development and Administration, Federal Branch, Brazil. Previously, he was the National Secretary of Information Technology and Communication at Federal Prosecuting Council (Ministério Público Federal / Procuradoria Geral da República) in Brazil.

    He holds a MBA, a specialist degree in ICT administration, and a B.Sc. CS, both diplomas from the University of Brasilia, Brazil. In 2007, he has been awarded with an International Council for Canadian Studies scholarship to develop a study related to Governance in Brazilian and Canadian Justice System.