The Data Transparency Coalition is the only trade association that advocates data reform for the U.S. government. The Coalition brings together companies, nonprofit organizations, and individuals to support policies that require federal agencies to publish their data online, using standardized, machine-readable, nonproprietary identifiers and markup languages.
The Summit will bring together financial regulators, industry leaders, RegTech experts, academics, and open data advocates as they discuss the latest innovations and what the future will hold for RegTech. The full-day Summit will cover three key topics: Enterprise Digitization, Reporting Modernization, and Open Data Standards.
With the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 (DATA Act), federal agencies and citizens alike now have access to federal spending data that can answer that question. But access to the data is just the first step toward gaining insight, assessing performance, and making decisions. In order to not only understand where the money […more]
The third annual DATA Act Summit will bring together supporters of the open data transformation from across government and the private sector.
Current Change, Future Vision Join federal leaders working to transform government information from disconnected documents into open data Data Transparency 2015, Washington’s largest-ever open data policy conference.
The full implementation of the DATA Act will open the full life cycle of federal spending to public scrutiny; enable Big Data analytics to inform management; solve longstanding reporting challenges for grantees and contractors; and provide new business opportunities for technology companies. These goals can only be realized through close collaboration between all of these […more]
This is the first gathering of data transparency advocates and financial regulation leaders discussing the many benefits of moving from documents to data.
Opportunities for cost-cutting, reduction in time delays and streamlining of manual or outdated processes are more significant in reporting domains beyond SEC and FDIC reporting. Federal, state and local government agencies collect and report vast amounts of data, tracking expenditures on programs and monitoring their success. Data collected is reported back to the American public, […more]