TIS recommends:

  1. to increase transparency of financial information (central publishing of state aid, european tenders, at the level of local government until publishing of invoices),
  2. to procure in transparent and efficient way (to make e-auctions mandatory, to cancel category of non-priority services),
  3. to implement transparent mechanisms into judiciary (regular and measurable assessments of judges, to release this evaluation, make records of legal proceedings and judgements and their release),
  4. electronization of  bureaucracy (construction offices, car registration, municipal offices),
  5. to tighten up controls of party financing, conflict of interest and property statement).