Federal Data Reform

The Data Transparency Coalition advocates on behalf of the private sector and the public interest for the publication of government information as standardized, machine-readable data. Data transparency strengthens democratic accountability, enhances government management, reduces compliance costs, and stimulates innovation.

Federal data reform starts with the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act), which will open the government's spending information to illuminate waste and fraud. But it won't end there. Other types of federal information need reform, too.

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Current Campaign

The Data Transparency Coalition submitted formal comments on the establishment of financial data standards to Treasury.

November 25th op-ed by the Data Transparency Coalition in The Hill calling on Congress not to restrict the SEC from collecting XBRL data from companies.

Register now for the last Data Transparency Breakfast of 2014 featuring the very CFOs who will be implementing the DATA Act. Join us December 8th at PwC!

The Data Transparency Coalition sent a letter to the leadership of the Senate Banking Committee opposing HR 5405.

The Data Transparency Coalition registered its opposition to HR 5405 as a step backward for open data in financial regulation.

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Advocating Open Data

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