The findings in the new report may serve to inform regulators within any jurisdiction where public authorities continue to rely on a multitude of identification regimes.
The Data Foundation is seeking a Research Analyst or Senior Research Analyst. The position is for GS-9 to GS-15 federal employees who are eligible for a rotational assignment (detail) under the Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) on a non-reimbursable basis.
There is a way to simplify regulatory compliance, streamline these processes, and save these costs. And it can be done without deregulating and without changing the substance of the information companies report to government. Australia’s Standard Business Reporting program shows us how.
Each agency must report a basic summary of each of its contracts to the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS), and those summaries are now part of the DAIMS’ structure. However, the rest of the procurement picture is beyond the DAIMS’, and the DATA Act’s, reach.
In the spring of 2016, federal agencies were working hard to figure out how to meet the DATA Act’s ambitious mandate. Every agency had to organize its spending information to match a government-wide data format that the Treasury Department had just announced. The objective? Create a single, unified data set of the entire executive branch’s finances, to support transparency and analytics government-wide.
On May 10th, the Data Foundation’s sister organization, the Data Coalition will host the Texas Data Demo Day, where the Lone Star State will showcase its open data portals.Texas has been on the forefront of opening its data to deliver transparency to the public, outside government, and efficiency for managers and leaders inside government.