Recognizing individual contributions to the development and use of a durable reporting standard

Members play critical roles in establishing, maintaining and implementing the business reporting standard across the reporting supply chain. Many XBRL US members have gathered significant experience in the XBRL standard through education, committee involvement and participation in specification development. We’re pleased to recognize these XBRL Achievements. Click on the links below to learn about each category of achievement, find out who has earned XBRL Achievements in each category, or browse the list at right to learn specific criteria and find out who among the XBRL US Membership have earned these professional distinctions.

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Professional Education

Committee Membership

Specification & Guidance

Why is this program important?
Momentum behind the adoption of financial data standards is on the rise, with recent implementations and development programs initiated in solar financing, municipalities, surety insurance, corporate actions and other reporting domains. Businesses, governments, investors and other data consumers are indebted to the XBRL US community for their work in developing and expanding the use of the standard. This program is designed to recognize the work and dedication of our members.

As new standards programs come under consideration, it is imperative that individuals with the right skill set can be easily identified and called upon to participate in implementations.

Ensuring that individuals with the right expertise in XBRL and standards participate in new standards programs is critical to the success of XBRL.

We encourage our members to post their XBRL Achievements; and we encourage organizations working on new programs to ensure that they work with individuals who have demonstrated qualifications in the XBRL standard.

How does the program work?
Achievements are earned through XBRL US by meeting established criteria outlined on the pages linked at right. XBRL Achievements are distributed using the Open Badges Specification (https://openbadges.org/get-started/). XBRL US Members should create an account at Credly – a digital credentialing service at https://credly.com – with your XBRL US Web Account email, so you can manage and share your XBRL professional development efforts, leadership and talents on social network profiles (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.).

Who earns XBRL Achievements?
Anyone with a valid XBRL US Web Account can qualify to participate in the program. We’re sharing general information about XBRL US Member involvement in one or more broad categories of work related to development, maintenance and implementation.

Want to learn more about an Achievement Leader or other program specifics? Send a note to info@xbrl.us.

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