Progress report on the DATA Act

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Two years ago, President Obama signed the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act into law. It’s designed to make federal spending data more accessible, more searchable, and more consistent — launching a new era of data-driven government.

The Treasury Department and the Office of Management and Budget are leading implementation, but it’s a heavy lift.

Hudson Hollister, executive director at the Data Coalition, offered a DATA Act progress report on Government Matters.