This version of the ACFR Taxonomy was open for comment between July 15 and August 15, 2022. The Release Candidate builds on the previous Demonstration Release (May, 2021) and includes support for schedules required by the Michigan Treasury, as a result of a grant-funded pilot conducted by the University of Michigan’s Center for Local, State and Urban Policy (CLOSUP).
Inline XBRL Samples
The sample HTML reports below are based on the latest v1.0RC11 Release Candidate, displayed using a viewer developed by the US SEC to support public company financial reporting. Download the inline XBRL sample instance documents (.zip).
The taxonomy is a project of the XBRL US Standard Government Reporting Working Group to test the premise that standards can improve efficiencies by automating the process of creating, collecting, and analyzing government data. Feedback is received during public review periods and incorporated into this latest version.
Presentation views of each statement and plan data, as well as the Single Audit Report schedules, can be downloaded as an Excel spreadsheet (.xls).
A summary of initial validation rules developed for machine-readable ACFRs using the XULE syntax is also posted as an Excel file. These rules can be run on ACFR filings with the free, open-source Arelle XBRL processor – see https://github.com/xbrlus/acfr/tree/master/Rules for details.