California Data Demo Day
October 19, 2017, Sacramento, CA
Across California, state agencies and local governments are modernizing the way they manage information. By collecting and sharing information as open data – accessible to all, electronically standardized – governments can be truly transparent to the Californians they serve. But open data doesn’t just deliver transparency; it simplifies internal processes, too. The Data Coalition and Grant Thornton will host our third California Data Demo Day.
Data Transparency 2017
September 26, 2017, Renaissance Hotel, 999 9th Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Data Transparency 2017 is Washington’s largest open data event, hosted by our sister organization, the Data Foundation. The conference brings together government leaders, transparency advocates, and the technology industry to explore how technology can transform government, compliance, and the private sector. Join us!
DATA Act Summit 2017
June 29, 2017, The Mayflower, 1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C.
On June 29th, government and industry leaders convened at the Mayflower Hotel for the all-day Summit to take stock of the transformation of government spending information from documents to data.
DATA Act Demo Day
June 28, 2017, Room: 2203, Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC
On June 28th, Data Coalition members will gather on Capitol Hill for a DATA Act Demo Day, showing Members of Congress how standardized spending data can deliver transparency, better management, and automated compliance. The DATA Act Demo Day is presented by data.world.
Texas Data Demo Day: Transparency Outside, Efficiency Inside
May 10, 2017, Trinity Hall, 311 E. 5th St, Austin, TX
The Data Coalition and Grant Thornton hosted the Texas Data Demo Day, in partnership with Open Austin. The event was an opportunity to bring together agencies and legislators to explore the benefits of open data. Our panelists shared stories of open data success sourced from different branches and functions of government – but sharing common themes of external transparency and internal efficiency.
DATA Act Breakfast: Spending Data Unleashed
April 27, 2017, 901 15th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C.
Under the DATA Act, every agency in the U.S. federal government will begin reporting its spending information as standardized data – creating the most valuable open data set in the world. The Data Coalition and Booz Allen Hamilton invite you to a breakfast panel discussion for a front-row seat on the firstfruits of the DATA Act. Join us on Thursday, April 27th, at the Booz Allen Hamilton Innovation Center.
Financial Data Summit 2017
March 16, 2017, JW Marriott Washington, DC 1331 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20004
The momentum for U.S. financial regulators to adopt transparent, standardized data across their reporting regimes is well underway. Reliance on disconnected documents means investors, industry and the regulators themselves lose out. The Data Coalition is waging a successful advocacy campaign to convince Congress and agencies that it is time to modernize!
Data Transparency 2016 Featuring the White House Open Data Innovation Summit
September 28, 2016, Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001
Data Transparency 2016 (DT2016) will bring together government leaders, transparency advocates, and the technology industry to transform government information from disconnected documents into open data. DT2016 will feature three tracks: Open Data in Spending, Open Data in Regulation, and the first-ever federal White House Open Data Innovation Summit. Data Transparency 2016 is hosted by our sister organization, the Data Foundation and presented by Socrata.
DATA Act Summit
May 26, 2016, Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC
The third annual DATA Act Summit, hosted by the Data Coalition and the Association of Government Accountants, will bring together supporters of the open data transformation from across government and the private sector. On May 25th, Data Coalition members will gather on Capitol Hill for a DATA Act Demo Day, showing how standardized spending data can deliver transparency, better management, and automated compliance.
On May 26th, government and industry leaders will convene at the Washington Hilton for the main Summit to take stock of the transformation from documents to data.
Legislative Data Demo Day
May 11, 2016, Room: 340, Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC
Congress is poised to transform its legislative information from outdated documents into open, searchable data. If the House and Senate adopted a consistent data format for all bills, amendments, passed laws, and legal compilations, then new software could bring better transparency and more efficient lawmaking.
Data Breakfast: Open Data For Oversight
April 26, 2016, 1776 Crystal City, 2231 Crystal Dr #1000, Arlington, VA 22202
When spending information is expressed as open data, managers and inspectors general can use it to deploy powerful new analytical tools that reveal patterns, suss out fraud, and direct investigations. Even before the DATA Act’s government-wide standards go into mandatory effect in May 2017, inspectors general and other leaders across the government are deploying analytical tools against existing data sets, to resounding effect.
Securing the Future of Open Government Data in the United States
April 14, 2016, 1101 K ST NW, Suite 610, Washington DC, 20005
Join the Center for Data Innovation and the Data Coalition for a panel discussion about the future of open government data in the United States. Special guests include Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) and Representative Derek Kilmer (D-WA).
Financial Data Summit 2016
March 29, 2016, Washington, DC
The Coalition’s Second Annual Financial Data Summit: Data Standards Mean Business! Bringing together data transparency advocates and leaders in the financial regulation community to discuss the many benefits of moving from documents to data.
California Data Demo Day 2016
March 1, 2016, Capitol Event Center, Sacramento, CA
The California Data Demo Day, hosted by the Data Coalition in Sacramento, is an opportunity to explore all three benefits of open data: better accountability for citizens, data-driven management for public-sector leaders, automated compliance for regulated entities.
DATA Act Summit and Data Demo Day 2016
Brings together the key leaders in federal spending data.
Data Transparency Breakfasts
A series of Data Transparency Breakfasts in Washington.