XBRL US has joined a US Department of Energy initiative to set data standards for the solar industry.
XBRL US is seeking public comment on five new sets of validation rules to address common XBRL input errors.
The SEC has accepted its first iXBRL filing. Follow the link to the SEC’s iXBRL viewer.
The US SEC has announced a voluntary program allowing firms it regulates to use Inline XBRL (or “iXBRL”). This is another very welcome step forward in enhancing transparency and accountability in reporting.
Efforts by the Data Quality Committee in the US are paying off . . . filing errors drop 64 percent.
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.
Our thoughts on remarks by SEC Commissionor Kara Stein on efforts to “breathe new life into the critical matchmaking process between companies and investors”.
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 […]
The Surety Working Group formed by XBRL US has completed a Proposed Recommendation of its Work-in-Process Taxonomy for automating the reporting of elements related to identifying risks and determining eligibility for surety bonds.