Items tagged with "DATA Act"

DATA Act Hackathon

Thursday, April 27 - Friday, April 28, 2017
Workshop || Booz Allen Hamilton Innovation Center hosted by Data Coalition
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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]


DATA Act Information Model Schema v1.1 (DAIMS)

Updated September 27, 2017: Treasury implemented the previously released DATA Act Information Model Schema (DAIMS) v1.1. The DAIMS v1.1 gives an overall view of the hundreds of distinct data elements used to tell the story of how federal dollars are spent. It includes artifacts that provide technical guidance for federal agencies about what data to […more]


Webinar for Gov’t Agencies: Analysis with Structured Data

2:00 PM ET Tuesday, January 5, 2016
XBRL US Webinar
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Hear U.S. Treasury, 18F, the FDIC and XBRL US about how agencies can leverage structured data required through the DATA Act to map to internal systems and perform more timely, accurate analysis. Earn CPE credit, get more details about Treasury’s Broker mapping tool and explore case studies from the FDIC and SEC reporting.


DATA Act Webinar for Agencies: Creating Intelligent Data

Hear representatives from U.S. Treasury, the FDIC, KPMG, Information Unlimited and more during this practical 60-minute webinar, September 28 at 1PM ET on how the DATA Act will help agencies create more useful, transparent information. Earn CPE credit and find out how agencies can gain while implementing DATA Act requirements from the greater efficiencies enabled […more]


Webinar for Gov’t Agencies: Creating Intelligent Data

1:00 PM ET Monday, September 28, 2015
XBRL US Webinar
Replay available

Hear from U.S. Treasury, the FDIC and other government data standards experts in this practical 60-minute webinar on how the DATA Act will help agencies create more useful, transparent information. Earn CPE credit, learn from real-world case studies in SEC and bank reporting, and find out how agencies will benefit.


DATA Act Webinar for Agencies:Practical Implementation & Effective Use of Standards

Government agency staff, commercial entities that work with government agencies and citizen advocacy groups are invited to attend a series of three complimentary webinars that provide practical implementation guidance and real world examples by government agencies. Hear speakers from U.S. Treasury, FDIC and other data standards experts.


Webinar for Gov’t Agencies: Practical Implementation & Effective Use of Standards

1:00 PM EDT Tuesday, July 28, 2015
XBRL US Webinar
Replay available

Hear government and data standards experts from U.S. Treasury, OMB, SBA, FDIC, Maryland Association of CPAs & more at this practical 60-minute webinar on DATA Act implementation. Earn CPE. Available through a partnership with the Association of Government Accountants (AGA).


US Treasury & OMB Announces Plan for XBRL in DATA Act

On May 8, U.S. Treasury and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) held a conference call to update agencies and other interested parties on DATA Act progress. During the call they discussed the public review of data elements and the pilot program that are ongoing. They also announced the publication of a DATA Act “playbook” […more]


Federal Spending – Data Element Public Comment

Participate in the Public Review & Comment period for data elements to comply with the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act), establishing government-wide financial data standards to increase the availability, accuracy, and usefulness of federal spending information. The federal government seeks input to that process from all stakeholders.


Features of DATA Act

Key elements of the Act: Implementation is to be managed jointly by the U.S. Treasury and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and must take place within three years of enactment (2017) Establishes government-wide data standards for the reporting of funds that are made available to and expended by Federal agencies Guidance on the […more]