Sweden is restarting its efforts with structured data reporting using XBRL.
Business Reporting is both a political and regulatory exercise, and there have been recent movements on both fronts in the US.
Turkey has officially launched its updated Public Disclosure Platform (known by its Turkish acronym KAP) for the filing of IFRS based financial statements and other material facts by listed companies on the Borsa Istanbul stock exchange to the Capital Markets Board.
A committee of the US Senate has advanced legislation mandating all public federal information in the US be presented in searchable formats and be made freely available for everyone to use.
After a year of revisions and “hundreds” of comments, the US Treasury has released a near final version of its schema outlining data definition standards to be used by federal agencies in reporting spending under the DATA Act. The DATA Act Information Model Schema (DAIMS) v1.0 gives an overall view of the hundreds of distinct data elements […]
We can’t help but notice that a lot of people in both the public and private sectors are starting to look at XBRL filing data in a whole new way.
The Reserve Bank of India has released another set of XBRL data related to the performance of Non-Government Non-banking Financial and Investment for 2014-15.
One of the key messages to come out of the Data Coalition’s “Financial Data Summit” this week was that marrying the private sector’s technical expertise with government’s capacity to set the policy agenda is what will move open data forward.