Items tagged with "government"

June 2023 Newsletter

June 2023 SEC report on public and internal use of machine-readable data published to support FDTA implementation. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published their first Semi-Annual Report to Congress: Regarding Public and Internal Use of Machine-Readable Data for Corporate Disclosures, June 2023. This report is required under the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA), Section […more]


GovFin 2023: Empowering Governments, Modernizing Reporting

8:45 AM - 6 PM ET Thursday, November 9, 2023
XBRL US Conference || 1801 K St. NW Washington, DC hosted by KPMG
Agenda & Speakers

Attend this single-day forum to learn about progress toward the implementation goals and progress to date of the Federal Data Transparency Act and the Grants Reporting Efficiency and Transparency (GREAT) Act.


May 2023 Newsletter

May 2023 XBRL US publishes white paper, “Data Standards and the FDTA”, sponsored by Donnelley Financial Solutions (DFIN). The paper explores the current state of data management among agencies and provides a roadmap to meet the achievable goals laid out in the FDTA. It describes the current state of 400+ data sets collected by covered […more]


April, 2023 Newsletter

April 2023 SEC to host Municipal Securities Disclosure Conference on May 10, 2023. The program agenda will cover the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA), voluntary disclosures, risks, and current disclosure topics. Members are encouraged to attend and registration is required (deadline to register May 5, 2023). SEC announced that they had reopened the comment period […more]


March 2023 Newsletter

March 2023 Online training programs from XBRL US are now freely available for regulators, developers and businesses. Three programs covering XBRL Fundamentals, Understanding the US GAAP Taxonomy, and Introduction to XULE (an open source processing language) have been developed to educate stakeholders in the reporting ecosystem. The first two programs include short videos and quizzes […more]


January/February 2023 Newsletter

January/February 2023 SEC final rule calls for Inline XBRL for disclosures on policies to facilitate straight-through-processing. The final rule, Shortening the Securities Transaction Settlement Cycle is effective 60 days after the 3/6/2023 publication to the Federal Register. The rule adopts amendments to shorten the standard settlement cycle for most broker-dealer transactions from two business days […more]


December 2022 Newsletter

Happy New Year! 2023 will be an especially important year for data standards and XBRL. The Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA) was just signed into law. The rapid expansion of XBRL requirements for SEC corporate and investment management companies is placing greater demands on our members and on the Commission itself. And there’s a groundswell […more]


XBRL US Welcomes Enactment of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA)

On December 23, 2022, President Biden signed into law H.R. 7776, the James M. Inhofe National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023 which includes TITLE LVIII, the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA). The FDTA calls for the use of data standards by member agencies of the U.S. Financial Stability Oversight Council, including U.S. Treasury, […more]


XBRL US Comments on MSRB RFC on Rule G-32

XBRL US commented on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) Request for Comment on Draft Amendments to MSRB Rule G-32 to Streamline the Deadlines for Submitting Information on Form G-32. The XBRL US letter encouraged the MSRB to consider allowing municipal securities bond issuers to optionally submit their continuing disclosure documents which include event-based and […more]


November 2022 Newsletter

November, 2022 XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) 20th Rule Set includes rules for Business Development Companies (BDC) and public companies. BDCs have just begun reporting financials in XBRL format for the first time this year, and the DQC is now preparing rules to help these new filers identify potential issues before their financials are […more]