Introduction of dBrain System

  • Definition

    The next-generation Budget & Accounting System—the dBrain+—is a financial information management system in which the entire processes of government financial activities are carried out with guaranteed data accuracy and system stability.

    Activities include improving fiscal efficiency, expanding fiscal management scope, strengthening policy-making support, and broadening fiscal information services for the public.
  • Vision

    The dBrain+ aims to create a smart government with the DNA (Data, Networking and AI)

    Strategy by collecting and processing financial data generated in the process of the government’s fiscal activities efficiently and promptly and by analyzing and utilizing them to ensure efficient financial management and strengthen policy-making support.

    Establishment of a database to support budget decision-making

    Establishment of an infrastructure for financial statistics analyses and macro/administrative indicators

    Establishment of an analysis-free zone that allows evaluation and fabrication of various fiscal data


    Automatic calculation of consolidated fiscal data from interoperable systems of central, local and educational finance and public institutions

    One-stop provision of personalized government support information in connection with public service sites (,, etc.)

    Efficient management of government funded project execution through interface between ministries and public institutions that do not use dBrain

    ※AI(Artificial Intelligence)

    Proactive risk management through real-time monitoring, diagnoses, and forecasts on policy and economy

    Mid- to long-term financial estimation based on revenue and expenditure information and macroeconomic indicators

    Daily forecast updates on national treasury balance through AI-based simulation

  • Function

    The dBrain+ consists of 24 units of business systems, such as business management, budget allocation and execution, accounting, and statistical analysis, and interfaced external systems.

    Central and local government officials and public institution staff access the systems through Fiscal Portal to perform their work. Major fiscal information produced during these processes is provided to the public on the Open Fiscal website.