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2014 XBRL International Conference: Observations from A Rivet NewcomerJune 20, 2014
Last week I was part of the Rivet Software team in Orlando for the XBRL International Conference. As a long-time sales and marketing manager working in a new industry, there were many insights; some of the most interesting were the comments I heard first-hand about the impact Rivet has had on the financial reporting industry. I’ve been to more than 100 conferences in the U.S., and this was the first “International” conference I’ve attended in the U.S. that was truly International in e..Read More
DATA Act of 2013 Signed!!! Now what?May 15, 2014
The Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2013 was signed and became law (http://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/signed-legislation) on May 9th. I wanted to celebrate the movement of United States Government reporting transparently to its citizens, a movement long past due, with the distillation of the DATA Act with a few highlights and next steps: The goal of the Bill is to establish governmen..Read More
Eminent Domain Meet Data – DATA Act of 2013.May 8, 2014
I recently exchanged emails with the Founder and Executive Director of the Data Transparency Coalition, Hudson Hollister. In the email exchange Hudson proclaimed the DATA Act of 2013, waiting for President Obama’s signature to become law, was “imminent”. Even though I personally agree with Hudson, this bill will be signed -the term ..Read More