Items tagged with "government"

Newsletter for the Reporting Standard of Business and Government

May, 2024 New sessions added to XBRL US GovFin 2024: Municipal Reporting Workshop, New York, NY, July 29-30, 2024. The 1 ½ day conference, hosted by PwC at 300 Madison Avenue, will address the implications of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA) on municipal bond market stakeholders. New sessions confirmed include: Artificial intelligence and government […more]


March 2024 Newsletter

April, 2024 XBRL US GovFin 2024: Municipal Reporting Workshop to take place in New York, NY, July 29-30, 2024. The 1 ½ day conference, hosted by PwC at 300 Madison Avenue, will address the implications of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA) on municipal bond market stakeholders, from government bond issuers to portfolio managers and […more]


April 2024 Newsletter

April, 2024 XBRL US GovFin 2024: Municipal Reporting Workshop to take place in New York, NY, July 29-30, 2024. The 1 ½ day conference, hosted by PwC at 300 Madison Avenue, will address the implications of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA) on municipal bond market stakeholders, from government bond issuers to portfolio managers and […more]


XBRL US Presents GovFin 2024: Municipal Reporting Workshop, New York, NY, July 29-30, 2024

XBRL US announced that they will present a 1 ½ day conference, GovFin 2024: Municipal Reporting Workshop, on Monday and Tuesday, July 29-30, 2024. The workshop aims to address the implications of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA) on municipal bond market stakeholders, from government bond issuers to portfolio managers and analysts to regulators. The […more]


GovFin 2024: Municipal Reporting Workshop

Monday, July 29 - Tuesday, July 30, 2024
XBRL US Conference || 300 Madison Avenue, New York, NY hosted by PwC
Seating is limited - REGISTER TODAY

This 1½ day workshop on July 29 and 30 in New York City will address the implications of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA) for stakeholders: governments, municipal analysts and portfolio managers, data and analytics tool providers, and regulators.


February 2024 Newsletter

February, 2024 Climate disclosure rule on the agenda for SEC Open Meeting. On Wednesday, March 6, 2024, during the Securities and Exchange Commission Open Meeting, the Commission will consider the proposed rule, “The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors“. The meeting will be webcast so be sure to check the SEC website on […more]


FDTA: Entity and Security Identifiers

3:00 PM ET Thursday, March 28, 2024
XBRL US Webinar
Watch / listen to event

Regulators require the use of many different entity identifiers, from the LEI to the CIK to the DUNS to the UEI. Likewise, they use many different securities identifiers, from the CUSIP to the FIGI to the ISIN. Identifiers in use today may be open-source or commercially used. They may be globally used or limited to […more]


January 2024 Newsletter

January, 2024 California Senate Bill 253 mandates GHG emissions reporting by companies doing business in the state. The Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act (SB 253) requires companies with revenue of $1 million or more to report GHG emissions, scopes 1, 2, and 3. While the legislation does not call for structured data reporting, it provides […more]


December, 2023 Newsletter

December, 2023 Happy New Year, and welcome back from the holidays! We’re excited about the opportunities ahead in 2024 – here’s a short preview of what to expect: Continued support for the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA), with planning underway for a workshop in Colorado focused on government reporting, ongoing engagement with FSOC agencies, legislative […more]


SEC Publishes Second FDTA Semiannual Report to Congress

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published the second FDTA Semi-Annual Report to Congress. The report notes that there are 54 forms, schedules, and statements containing disclosures required under Securities Act Section 7, Exchange Act Section 13, or Exchange Act Section 14. Three-quarter (42) of these forms, schedules, and statements require some machine-readable data. […more]