The third annual DATA Act Summit will bring together supporters of the open data transformation from across government and the private sector.
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The Financial Transparency Act, cosponsored by nearly 30 Members of the House of Representatives, will provide a strong mandate for modernization by directing agencies to adopt consistent data standards for the information they are already collecting under securities, commodities, and banking laws. A panel of experts will explain how standardized data fields and formats can […more]
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]
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.
Mary Jo White, Chair of the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission, sent a letter to Senators Mark Warner and Mike Crapo, in which she reiterated SEC support for inline XBRL and noted that the Commission is developing recommendations for SEC consideration to allow filers to submit XBRL data inline as part of their filing, […more]
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.
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).
The Capital Markets & Government Sponsored Enterprises subcommittee of the House Financial Services committee held a hearing on April 29, 2015 to discuss various legislative proposals designed to enhance capital formation and reduce regulatory burdens including HR 1965, an XBRL exemption for small companies. Language in the new bill is identical to that in HR […more]
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]
On March 24, a hearing was held by the Securities, Insurance & Investments subcommittee of the Senate Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs committee on “Capital Formation and Reducing Small Business Burdens”. Speakers included Tom Quaadman of the US Chamber of Commerce, William Spell of Spell Capital Partners, Dr. Marcus Stanley of Americans for Financial Reform (AFR) and John Partigan of Nixon Peabody.