Tag: Justin Duncan

What if Open Data is Structured and Unstructured? Use a Double-Barreled Solution.

Across government, leaders are adopting structured data formats to make public information easier to collect, organize, and use. Even the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), whose six-year-old open data initiative is a good example of how not to do it,

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SEC commits to human- and machine-readable format that could fix agency’s open data problems

More good news in the SEC’s recent headway toward an open data transformation. For six years, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has required public companies to report their financial information twice – once as a plain-text document, and a

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Proposed Pay-for-Performance Rules Signal Latest SEC Movement Toward Open Data

Pay-for-Performance Rules Roil Republicans At the end of April, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed rules that would require most public companies to disclose the relationship between executive pay and their financial performance in an open data format.

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In the Fight for Open Nonprofit Data, Everything Changed in June

This post was created automatically from a feed, and was originally published at: http://www.marketsforgood.org/in-the-fight-for-open-nonprofit-data-everything-changed-in-one-month/ In recent years, the federal government has taken strides towards making its public data available in standardized, machine-readable formats. In the future, we will look back at

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