Data are already available until December 31, 2020 and PRA foresees the use of a new platform to improve access and interpretation of information
Launched by IFSP in March 2020, the Budget Panel was the result of a network, developed with IFSuldeMinas, with the objective of improving tools for public transparency, allowing the gathering of content from different platforms, such as the Integrated Financial Administration System of the Federal Government (Siafi) and the Monitoring System, presented by means of graphs and spreadsheets to facilitate understanding.
According to the dean of Administration José Roberto da Silva, it was also an important step because the interface of the tool facilitates the understanding of the general public, allowing access, not only of servers, to the institution's data.
The Dean of Administration (PRA) concluded the panel update until December 31, 2020, already being available for consultation.
Sérgio Hissashi Umeda, PRA's Deputy Accounting Director, says that the Budget Panel is being implemented on a new platform, the power-bi, which will allow for improvements in the consultation and interpretation of data, contributing to the advancement of information transparency, one of the PRA's goals for 2021. The forecast is that this new version will be available for consultation as of the first quarter of this year.