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Mnuchin’s Congressional Recommendations Point to Financial Transparency Act


On Tuesday, June 13th, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin testified before the House Appropriations Committee in defense of the Treasury Department’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Budget request (see the request here). Mnuchin’s testimony showed an opening to standardize data fields and formats across the nation’s overlapping financial regulatory regimes - just as the Data Coalition has already been recommending to Congress.

 

Data Transparency Coalition Unveils New Website at 3rd Anniversary


Washington, D.C. – The Data Transparency Coalition, the only industry organization advocating for the transformation of the federal government’s information into open data, unveiled a brand new website this morning on the heels of its third anniversary. The new website, designed by CareTecher, showcases the issues critical to the industry and the leaders that make up the Coalition. […]

 

Guest post from the Aspen Institute: Obama’s FY 2016 Budget and a Federal Lawsuit Promote Open Data for Nonprofit Sector


President Obama released his FY 2016 budget this week, and there’s good news on the open data front: the Administration continues to press for mandatory electronic filing of the Form 990, the primary tax form for nonprofits. The form is as a critical source of information on the mission, governance, programs and finances of US nonprofits.