Posts tagged as ‘Events’
The inaugural RegTech Data Summit’s thesis was that regulatory rules, technology, and data must be modernized in a coordinated fashion. If all three areas are modernized in tandem, new RegTech solutions will flourish, reducing reporting duplication, minimizing reporting errors, and enabling automation.
Progress in RegTech has been seen in the private sector as access to quality data improve. This progress has not been mirrored in the private sector here in the United States, but the potential to improve government efficiency is not far off.
The Data Coalition and Grant Thornton hosted a California Data Demo Day, on October 19th in Sacramento. The event brought together state agency officials to explore the benefits of open data. Our panelists shared stories of open data success sourced from their agencies and advocacy – by sharing common themes of external transparency and internal efficiency.
What a year it’s been so far! The Data Coalition is leading the push for the policy changes that are needed to transform government information into open data. The first half of 2017 has been jam-packed with policy and event milestones. And we’re continuing to grow our community.
At the Data Coalition's fourth annual DATA Act Summit, we no longer had to point to the future and predict the ways open spending data would benefit government and society. The future had come and the benefits were all around us - a world of new ways to visualize, analyze, and automate information about how taxpayers’ money is used. But we are never going to do this again. Here is why.
The Data Coalition hosted its first-ever Texas Data Demo Day, sponsored by Grant Thornton and in partnership with Open Austin, on Wednesday, May 10th, in downtown Austin. The event highlighted the ongoing work of state and municipal leaders as they maximize transparency outside government and improve efficiency inside, by standardizing and publishing their data.
Watch Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-4) and Matt Lira, Special Assistant to the President for Innovation Policy and Initiatives discuss the DATA Act. The keynote addresses will be followed by a panel discussion.