The non-profit community improving U. S. reporting through a free, open standard
Learn how to work with highly detailed, structured SEC reporting data during this 60-minute session. Find out how “normalization” structures as-reported data in accordance with a set of norms to reduce data redundancy and improve data integrity, so that all the data looks and reads the same way across records in a relational database.
Keynotes: SEC Commissioner Caroline Crenshaw and Independent Corporate Director, former FASB Chairperson Leslie Seidman
Attend this free half-day forum for concrete illustrations of structured data that delivers value to corporate financial planners, SEC managers, regulators & academics. Registration is required.
This XBRL US working group seeks to address standards related to state and local government annual financial reports by designing schemas and XBRL implementation(s) for open data reporting of state and local government actual financial results.
The US SEC knows a good thing when it sees it. They support the Data Quality Committee rules in the 2021 US GAAP Taxonomy.
Are you using a tool or service that checks your filing with these rules? Finding and fixing issues identified prior to filing gives the markets a clear picture of your company financials.
See real-time company-specific data quality filing results.
Public company accountants, financial service professionals, data providers, technologists, federal regulators and a growing number of industry groups view XBRL as an important component of transparency in the markets. These organizations support the business reporting standard by collaborating on XBRL US initiatives with other like-minded organizations and individuals. Learn about membership options for individuals and organizations and get started today.