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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After years of accusations and mistrust among stakeholders, the Scottish Gamekeepers Association has called on the Scottish Parliament to introduce independent monitoring of satellite tags fitted to raptor species to assist the police and courts in potential wildlife crime cases and to provide data transparency. The petition ends on September 23 and I hope to see Mr Orr-Ewing's and RSPB vice-president, Chris Packham's signature on it.
The e-GDDS was established by the IMF's Executive Board in May 2015 to support improved data transparency, encourage statistical development, and help create synergies between data dissemination and policymaking.
Launching Mo'asher with DLD was our priority following the creation of Data Finder to deliver enhanced data transparency to the market.
New York, NY, July 16, 2019 --(PR.com)-- T-REX, a leading data services and software provider for complex financial markets, shares insights on investing, data transparency, and technology trends in its latest Trend Report.
Section 2 of the measure mandates the assessment of regulatory functions, provisions of services, access to information, communication, reporting of corruption, open data transparency and internal audit.
Ott: We provide custom-tailored IT solutions, that offer textile industry customers the perfect level of data transparency - from fibre to finished product.
EPAX works with Logical Buildings' SmartKit AI software and mobile apps, which provide data transparency and actionable demand management protocols that reduce supply-side procurement costs.
While Nomura doesn't think that countries are manipulating data on purpose, or with malicious intent, she wants to see better data transparency from national governments and an emphasis on including all at-risk forests.
The resulting data transparency and analysis will lay the technological foundations for further productivity improvements at Volkswagen plants.
The e-GDDS was established by the IMF in 2015 to support improved data transparency, encourage statistical development, and help create synergies between data dissemination and surveillance.
Making good government a top priority, the first executive order of the Pritzker administration will direct state agencies, boards and commissions to immediately review their compliance with statutory mandates, come into compliance with data transparency laws and release all data that is required to be disclosed under state law, as well as review potential voluntary disclosures that would improve transparency and provide plans to address all audit findings of the past four years.