Items tagged with "government"

Newsletter for the Reporting Standard of Business and Government

April, 2022 The XBRL US ESG Working Group announces publication of machine-readable corporate sustainability data. The working group, which is responsible for the paper, Supporting ESG Data with Standards, worked closely with Etsy, the company that operates two-sided online marketplaces matching millions of buyers and sellers around the world, and with Moody’s Corporation, the parent […more]


March 2022 Newsletter

March, 2022 Environmental issues remain in the headlines! The SEC has published their long-awaited rule proposal on climate, Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures, and conducted a special hearing to discuss and vote. The proposal, which passed by a vote of 3-1, establishes requirements for domestic and foreign registrants to disclose certain climate-related information in […more]


February 2022 Newsletter

February, 2022 More rule proposals with structured data requirements from the SEC. This month the Securities and Exchange Commission published two new proposals that contained structured data requirements, both with comment period due dates of April 22, 2022. Cybersecurity Risk Management for Investment Advisors, Registered Investment Companies, and Business Development Companies proposes that registered investment […more]


2022 RegTech Data Summit

11:30 AM Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Conference, Web Conference || Convene / online hosted by Data Coalition
Program details

XBRL US is excited to partner with the Data Coalition’s RegTech22 Data Summit! Recently added! Morning public forum: Accelerating AI in the Public Sector This in-person and virtual event will take place on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 in Washington D.C. The half day summit will focus on applying data innovation with regulatory technologies to improve […more]


January 2022 Newsletter

January, 2022 XBRL US commented on FERC data collection of Forms 6 and 6-Q. Both forms are now required to be reported in XBRL format which renders the data machine-readable, improving the ability of the Commission to perform audits and reviews, and conduct research. It also enhances the usefulness of the data for the public […more]


December, 2021 Newsletter

December, 2021 2022 promises to be an exciting year for the XBRL community with new structured data programs coming online from U.S. based public utilities reporting to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), European and UK companies filing through the European Securities Markets Authority (ESMA), and local Florida government entities reporting in XBRL to the […more]


MSRB Request for Input on ESG Practices in the Municipal Securities Market

The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) published a Request for Information on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Practices in the Municipal Securities Market. The Board seeks input on how best to enhance issuer protection, investor protection, and the overall fairness and efficiency of the municipal securities market in relation to: (1) the disclosure of information […more]


University of Michigan Partners with Flint, MI on XBRL Reporting Program

The University of Michigan announced a partnership with the city of Flint, MI, on a fiscal reporting pilot program to improve transparency and governance. The pilot centers on developing digitized data standards to represent the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR), and will build on the XBRL Taxonomy developed by the XBRL US Standard Government Reporting […more]


November 2021 Newsletter

November, 2021 SEC Commissioner Caroline A. Crenshaw addressed “The Lessons of Structured Data” in her speech at the November 10 XBRL US Investor Forum: Data that Delivers, noting “…XBRL requirements [have] allowed EDGAR to provide machine-readable data that have improved transparency in a number of ways… XBRL has enabled automatic processing and analysis by software […more]


XBRL US Comments on RFI on Behalf of CDO Council

XBRL US provided feedback to the Request for Information on Behalf of the Chief Data Officers (CDO) Council, which was published by the Office of Shared Solutions and Performance Improvement (OSSPI).  The CDO Council has 5 statutory purposes: 1) establish Governmentwide best practice for the use, protection, dissemination, and generation of data; 2) promote and […more]