Thousands of U.S. state and local governments produce annual financial reports but because of the lack of standards for these reports, the ability to aggregate data and compare the financial performance of governmental entities is limited. Financial data standards could vastly improve the efficiency of government reporting by rendering reported data computer-readable and automatable.
Attend this free 60-minute webinar to learn about the opportunities to improve government reporting, and how financial data standards can help comptrollers, auditors, and treasurers, as well as end users of municipal data, including credit rating agencies, investors and others. You’ll learn about a program focused on developing these standards and how you can get involved in building the standards.
- Kinney Poynter, CPA, NASACT (National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers) Executive Director
- John Reidhead, CPA, Director, State of Utah, Division of Finance
- Peter B. Austin, County Administrator, McHenry County, IL
- Shannon Sohl, CPA, PhD, Sr. Research Associate – NIU’s Center for Governmental Studies
- Marc Joffe, Chair, XBRL US State and Local Disclosure Modernization Working Group; Senior Policy Analyst, Reason Foundation
- Michelle Savage, Vice President, Communication, XBRL US
This event is free to attend, with an option to participate and earn 1 CPE for $49 ($39 NASACT and XBRL US Members) – look for details in the registration confirmation.