Improved public finance
The Budgetary Information System (BIS) serves for managing the state budget. BIS represents more than 20 years of experience with budgeting in public administration embedded in a single system.
The system supports budget preparation and budget adjustment, affects the amount of public spending and ensures monitoring and evaluation. This is all managed by a single system for all budgetary levels – from the Ministry of Finance down to the smallest state-controlled organisation.
Major savings in public finances thanks to better control and greater transparency.
Just as one size does not fit all, standard systems are not able to cover the specific needs of state budgeting. BIS was designed specifically for budgeting by our team of specialists, analysts, consultants and developers, and is constantly being innovated based on the latest advances in technology and within the industry.
BIS uses general budget principles that can be applied to a discretionary model of budgeting management. That means it can be adapted to the specific budgeting rules and processes of various countries.
BIS covers the complete budget cycle from setting objectives, identifying requirements, compiling and adjusting the budget, through to complete monitoring and evaluation.
BIS supports budgetary processes at all levels of public administration (government, ministries, budget organisations and local government).
BIS allows for the preparation of budgets in numerous versions that are simple to combine, compare and modify at all hierarchical levels as part of the approval process.
The system makes use of modern methodologies that support the principles of performance-based budgeting and the processing of forecast budgets. Classifications can even be added and amended throughout the year without disrupting time series consistency. BIS can even display previous budgets in the structure of the current budget.
The modular architecture of the system means the customers themselves can decide as to the extent of implementation or integration of existing information systems through universal integration interfaces.
The system itself ensures effective compliance with expenditure limits at all programme funding levels. Automated approval mechanisms check authorisations to make budget adjustments for individual hierarchical levels and their automatic enforcement and application.
BIS facilitates easy information sharing and reporting with EU institutions, the OECD and others, in compliance with defined standards.
Access to the system is made available online through the web interface and the data are processed in real time. Thanks to this, users are always provided with up-to-date data.
Specially developed for public budgeting
Universally applied principles
360° coverage of budget processes
One system for all hierarchical levels
Flexible and scalable
Raising the efficiency, simplicity, automation and standard of work of budget professionals, with ease of use for all bodies involved in the preparation and presentation of the state budget.
More rational use of public funds thanks to performance-based budgeting and the application of private sector financial management principles to the public sector.
Data collection for the state budget
The Budgetary Information System for Municipal Authorities is a centralised system for collection of budgetary data from municipal authorities for the purpose of preparation of public administration budget and monitoring of public finance. A logical integral part of the system is the integration with the Budgetary information systems of the state.
Enhancing budgetary management of municipalities
The system supports all key procedures of municipal budget management, including the processes associated with the preparation and adoption of the budget and the modification and comprehensive management thereof, as well as data exporting and the printing of reports and summaries.
Simplifying and streamlining work with budgetary
data for users at all levels
Guaranteed compliance of the system with
the budgeting guidelines
Simple operation of a unified information system that does not require specific IT skills full support of programmed budgeting
A unified communication interface