data transparency

data transparency

(1) The ability to easily access and work with data no matter where they are located or what application created them.

(2) The assurance that data being reported are accurate and are coming from the official source.
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Making this information easily accessible in both human and machine readable formats will allow all users to have simultaneous access to timely data released on a disciplined dissemination schedule based on an Advance Release Calendar (ARC), which will bring greater data transparency, which will also be developed.
China has opened its inter-bank bond market and forex market to overseas financial institutions; has been promoting data transparency, following SDR requirements; and has freed the RMB exchange rate through changes to the central parity rate mechanism, Yi said.
Sponsors Data Transparency 2015 Conference to Advance Data-Driven Management
The enormous amount of time accountants previously invested in manual exercises can now be reinvested in value-added activities, ensuring data transparency, enhanced controls and the integrity of data for reporting and compliance purposes.
In addition, inflation volatility -- while much improved recently -- and data transparency continue to constrain the rating.
The second phase (still in development) of the Reverse Transfer project includes a set of data transparency tools, which will enable students to view all records held by the NSC.
HSI is a technology enhanced claims management company utilizing proprietary technology to improve claim workflow, production management, and actionable data transparency.
Senate has cast a vote in favor of enhanced government data transparency in passing the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act.
If you don't start today to begin the process of data transparency within your entity, you'll be in trouble in five years.
At an annual conference dedicated to health data transparency, the Health and Human Services Department released vast amounts of data on electronic health record use and vendors, top outpatient procedures, and county-level data on Medicare expenditures and chronic conditions.
Asset Record Company[R] was founded by real estate professionals who saw a need for better data transparency in the real estate market.
Contrary to common misconceptions, data transparency does not mean access to all data, which is too often the case--as "Megatrends" author John Naisbitt noted, "We are drowning in information, but starved for knowledge.