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The Latest Information on XBRL Legislation at XBRL23
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*NEW* Interactive Panel Discussion: New and Anticipated US XBRL Mandated Data Standards and Its Impact on Government & Capital Markets Reporting

Thursday,  27 October - 0900

Following video remarks from House Oversight and
Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa(R-CA), join in an interactive discussion featuring David Blaszkowsky from the U.S. Treasury, Kim Wallin, State Controller of Nevada and IMA board member and David Colgren, CEO of the Colcomgroup and Chair of the IMA XBRL Sub-Committee on Advocacy and Adoption of XBRL and strategic advisor to XBRL International.  

The interactive panel will discuss:

  • Key provisions and time schedules for implementation of The Children and Family Services Innovation and Improvement Law, amending the Social Security Act to require the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to designate common data elements and common data reporting standards to govern reporting by US States on how they spend child welfare funds that they receive from the Federal government.  The panel will also identify additional legislative efforts to use XBRL across social service reporting  and its relevance to the XBRL community.
  • The Digital Accountability and Transparency Act "DATA Act" (H.R. 2146/S. 1222) pending before Congress. The panel will discuss the status of this legislation that mandates XBRL, implementation options, potential benefits to various stakeholders such as city, state and federal government, policy makers and taxpayers and how it will change reporting between cities, states and federal agencies using insight from Kim Wallin and the State of Nevada. The panel will discuss basic steps XBRL members can take to help support the DATA Act approval by the US Congress.    
  • Current and Future XBRL Implementation in the United States:  The panel is also prepared to discuss XBRL efforts being pursued - independent of legislation- in other federal agencies and departments to provide transparency and accountability as well as provide a brief overview of the status of implementation of XBRL by the US SEC.   

Price: $195 includes this session + all other Thursday October 27 activities (lunch included). Full registrants to XBRL23 are admitted free of charge.
Discount hotel reservations are available

XBRL23: Enhancing Business Performance is produced by XBRL International and hosted by XBRL Canada.


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