The Origem Yearbook aims to gather references in the professional market of Governmental and Institutional Relations (GIR) in Brazil, encompassing professionals from companies, sectoral associations, the third sector, specialized consultancies, and law firms

The project is conceived by Consult-Master, LEC, and VITTORE Partners (collectively, the “Co-organizers”), and all these institutions are duly committed to defending the privacy and data protection of all their employees, clients, partners, associates, and platform users.

Therefore, to make your experience with ORIGEM even more satisfactory, we commit to acting in accordance with applicable laws and regulations on personal data protection and providing important information about the processing of your personal data.



Purpose: Personal data processing will be carried out to fulfill a legitimate, specific, explicit, and duly informed purpose.

Adequacy: Personal data processing will only be carried out if compatible with the purposes informed.

Necessity: Personal data processing will be limited to the minimum necessary to achieve the intended purposes.

Free access: Easy and free consultation about the form and duration of processing, as well as the entirety of personal data, must be guaranteed.

Data quality: Processed personal data will be accurate, clear, relevant, and up to date.

Transparency: Information regarding the processing of personal data will be easily accessible, as well as clear and precise, allowing knowledge of how data is processed, the purposes of processing, its form and duration, and with whom your data is eventually shared.

Security: Technical and administrative measures will be adopted to protect personal data from unauthorized access and accidental or unlawful situations, such as distribution, alteration, and loss.

Accountability: Measures capable of proving compliance with the law and the effectiveness of these measures to protect personal data will be adopted.


Purpose of Personal Data Collection

We collect your personal data for the composition of the ORIGEM Yearbook, which conducts an updated survey on the market, also highlighting the most admired Governmental and Institutional Relations professionals in Brazil by their peers.

The personal data collected through the completion of a questionnaire developed by our team and hosted by “RD Station”.


If your registration qualifies to participate in the survey, a form will also be sent via email, which is hosted by “SurveyMonkey”.

We use information for participant identity verification and to ensure the regularity of their participation in the award; sending materials in the event of marketing actions; compliance with legal or judicial orders, or to respond to a legal process, as well as to protect the rights, property, or safety of the co-organizers, our users, and/or the general public.

Data collection also occurs automatically when you browse our website, through cookies, as will be explained later.

Data Collected by the Form

By proceeding with the registration to participate in the Yearbook, the following personal data will be collected:


– Full name

– Email address

– Job title


If selected to proceed with participation in the survey, the following additional personal data will also be collected:


– Gender

– Age


Information about professional journey (current workplace, current position, years of experience in the field, information about governmental activities, position held in other companies)

Academic background; Extracurricular courses;

Membership in class representation associations; Academic role;

Proficiency in foreign languages; Current photo.


To register for the in-person event, the following personal data will be collected:


– Full name

– Email address

– Phone Number:

– Job Title:

Data Collected Automatically

When you visit our website, we collect, via cookies, data such as your IP address; your device model; your operating system; the type of browser you use and its respective version; your geolocation and time zone settings; the time you spend on our pages and which types of content are most interesting to you.

It should be noted that cookies are small text files that a website or application can send to be stored in your browser or on your device, acting as a sort of identifier.

Cookies are used to facilitate navigation and use of the website, so they are necessary for you to access certain content. Additionally, cookies are used to measure the use of a website, such as the number of visitors and the duration of their visit.

There are necessary cookies, which are essential for navigating the website and using the provided resources, without which the services cannot be accessed and provided; session cookies, which assist the Participant in navigating the website, tracking their progression from page to page so that information already provided during the current visit is not requested again; and persistent cookies, which store preferences for current and subsequent visits.

Legal Basis

All personal data processing operations are conducted in accordance with Brazilian legislation on personal data protection, thereby providing a legal basis for our activities related to the ORIGEM Yearbook.

The legal basis utilized is consent, which arises from your authorization for the Co-realizers to process your personal data – this after receiving clear and explicit information regarding the types of data and specific purposes for data processing. This occurs when you fill out our form to participate in ORIGEM.

If you change your mind and wish to revoke your consent, please contact us at any time through the provided contact channels and inform us of your decision. In all our promotional emails regarding the Yearbook, you can also revoke your consent by simply navigating to the bottom of the message and clicking on “unsubscribe”.

All your data processed solely based on consent will be immediately deleted, except for those that need to be retained due to compliance with legal obligations or legal or judicial orders and to defend the interests of the Co-realizers in any administrative or judicial measures.

Storage, Conservation and Elimination of Personal Data

The Co-organizers store, within the national territory, the personal data collected on third-party servers that comply with the security standards established by data protection legislation.

The personal data collected, both during the registration phase and in the forms, is retained for the annual update of the ORIGEM Yearbook database. The update may occur based on information provided by the Participant or upon their request, as well as considering publicly available databases.

These data will be stored and maintained for the purpose of annual updating, so there will be no voluntary deletion of this data by the Co-realizers.

These data will remain in subsequent publications of the ORIGEM Yearbook until their deletion is requested by the data subject or their legally authorized representative.

All other information received in the survey will be compiled for the preparation of the yearbook and, after its publication, will be deleted.

If you are a Participant and wish to no longer appear in the Yearbook, please request the deletion of your data directly from LEC, at, based on Article 18 of the GDPR.

The data that has already ben published, including in printed materials, cannot be deleted or altered. Therefore, all data provided by the Participant or made publicly available by the Participant themselves will be their sole responsibility.


Rights of Subjects


You, as the data subject, have several rights guaranteed by the Brazilian Legislation. These include:

Confirmation of existence: This right allows you to confirm whether we are processing your personal data or not.

Correction of incomplete, inaccurate, or outdated data: You may contact us if your personal data is incomplete or incorrect and you wish to update it.

Access to data: This is the right to access all the information we hold about you and request additional information about the purposes of data processing, categories of personal data, duration of processing, data sharing, and identification of organizations that may have accessed your data.

Anonymization, blocking, and/or deletion of unnecessary or excessive data: This is the right to request, if deemed necessary, verification of the database to ensure the deletion of unnecessary data, or even the blocking and/or anonymization of such data.

Portability: This is the right to have your data sent to other service or product providers upon request.

Deletion of personal data processed with the consent of the data subject and revocation: As mentioned, the processing of data for the Yearbook occurs with consent. Therefore, if you wish to revoke your consent, all your personal data will be deleted, except in cases where there is a need to retain it to fulfill a legal or regulatory obligation.

Information and clarification about the consequences of refusing consent: It is important for you to know that you are not obliged to provide your consent and what the consequences of refusal are for the desired service provision.

Exercising these rights is free of charge. If you make a request to us, our maximum response time is fifteen days, counted from your request. However, for the correct fulfillment of your request, based on personal data protection legislation, we will take necessary procedures to confirm your identity.


Security Measures

The Co-organizers and their partner companies adopt various measures to ensure the security of all data processed in their activities.

We use well-known technologies including firewalls, encryption, and access restrictions, and whenever possible, pseudonymization or anonymization of personal data is ensured.


Sharing with Third Parties

As previously mentioned, the personal data of the participants of the Yearbook are collected and stored in “RD Station” and “SurveyMonkey”.

The processed personal data will be shared with third parties under specific circumstances with partners for the organization of the event and the formulation of the Yearbook, as well as with auditing companies and professionals.

Personal data may also be shared to respond to a judicial or arbitration process, as well as to protect the rights, property, or safety of the Co-organizers, Participants, and/or the general public.

It is emphasized that our services and events are advertised on third-party websites, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. It is important to remember that we are not responsible for the privacy practices or content shared by other websites, which is why Participants should familiarize themselves with the privacy policies of other websites.


Changes to the Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy at any time. When we make material changes to this Privacy Policy, we will provide visible and appropriate communication according to the circumstances. Therefore, it is essential for the Participant to ensure awareness of any communication.

Contact Information

If you have any questions or wish to contact us to exercise your rights, please send an email to, or call (11) 97699-4360.