Items tagged with "government"

XBRL US Comments on Government Effectiveness Advanced Research (GEAR) Center

XBRL US comments on Government Effectiveness Advanced Research (GEAR) Center, a proposed public/private partnership, “re-imagining possibilities for how citizens interact with the Government; rethinking the delivery of citizen services and data; reforming core processes.”


Newsletter for the Business Reporting Standard

July/August 2018 Regulatory and Legislative News SEC EDGAR Upgraded to Release 18.2, Now Supports IFRS Taxonomy XBRL US News XBRL US Data Quality Committee Announces the Public Review of the 7th Ruleset XBRL US State & Local Govt Working Group Sends Letter to SEC Investor Advisory Committee AICPA Study Demonstrates that XBRL Costs Declined 45% […more]


Financial Stability Board Peer Review on LEI Solicits Marketplace Feedback

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) is conducting a review on implementation of the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI). The objective of the review is to evaluate the progress made by FSB members – both national authorities and international bodies – in response to the G20 Leaders’ 2012 call for “global adoption of the LEI to support […more]


Reason Foundation Article on XBRL US State & Local Govt Initiative

On August 17, Marc Joffe of the Reason Foundation published an article on Making Government Documents Searchable and Machine-Readable to Improve Transparency and Accountability which states: “In Florida, and nationally, Reason Foundation is working to improve the accounting transparency of state and local governments by seeking the mandatory disclosure of government financial documents in a machine-readable […more]


XBRL US State & Local Govt Working Group Sends Comment Letter to SEC Investor Advisory Committee

XBRL US State and Local Disclosure Modernization Working Group formed to use standards to improve government financial transparency, enhance the efficiency of the municipal bond market, and aid efforts to streamline regulatory reporting, including grant reporting.


XBRL US Forms State and Local Government Disclosure Modernization Working Group

XBRL US State and Local Disclosure Modernization Working Group formed to use standards to improve government financial transparency, enhance the efficiency of the municipal bond market, and aid efforts to streamline regulatory reporting, including grant reporting.


State and Local Government

A new XBRL US working group seeks to address standards related to state and local government annual financial reports by designing schemas and XBRL implementation(s) for open data reporting of state and local government actual financial results.


Data Amplified 2018

Tuesday, November 13 - Thursday, November 15, 2018
XBRL International Conference || InterContinental Dubai - Festival City
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The Future of Business Reporting Expanding analytics, big data, AI and machine learning technologies are opening up brand new opportunities. Collaboration on definitions, identity and data exchange has never been more important. On top of that, the XBRL standard itself is modernizing. Top flight keynotes, exceptional networking and the opportunity to shape the agenda for […more]


May/June Newsletter

May/June 2018 Regulatory and Legislative News SEC Adopts Inline XBRL for Operating Companies and Mutual Funds SEC Publishes Draft Strategic Plan for 2018 – 2022 SEC Requests Comment on Fund Retail Investor Experience and Disclosure SEC Requests Comment on Proposal to Require Relationship Summary for Retail Investors SEC’s Baugess Speech at Financial Information Management Conference […more]


U.S. Department of Commerce Seeks Input on Leveraging Data as a Strategic Asset

On June 27, the U.S. Department of Commerce published a Request for Comment seeking input on the President’s Management Agenda which established a Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) goal of Leveraging Data as a Strategic Asset. This program has an intended purpose of guiding development of a comprehensive long-term Federal Data Strategy to grow the economy, increase […more]