More than two million people have already signed up for the contest. Deadline to register ends at 11:59 pm this Friday (9/2)
Published on 02/09/2024 09:12
With more than two million applicants, the Unified National Public Competition (CPNU) closes the deadline for registrations this Friday (9/2). Of this total, 800 thousand people have not yet paid the Union Collection Guide (GRU). The deadline for payment of the GRU is the same for everyone: February 16th.
For higher-level positions, the registration fee is R$90, while for the mid-level positions the fee is R$60. Payment of the fee must only be made using the Union Payment Guide (GRU), which can be paid at the bank, or via PIX, with the respective QR Code.
The holder of the Management portfolio, Minister Esther Dweck, warns candidates who have already registered, but who have not yet paid the fee, and also to those who have received a denial of their exemption request and need to make payment now from GRU: “Final registration depends on payment of registration fees, so it is worth alerting people who have already registered and have not yet paid”, he emphasizes.
The CPNU is an initiative of the Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services (MGI) and is considered an innovative model for selecting federal public servants.
The National Competition allows registration to compete for vacancies for more than one position, as long as they are within the same thematic block. One of the advantages is that the candidate will pay a one-time registration fee. When applying for more than one position, the candidate must classify the vacancies of interest in order of preference to define the priority in a possible call, based on the score achieved.
The objective is to promote equal opportunities for access to permanent public positions. The test will be held simultaneously in 220 cities in Brazil on May 5th.