It’s one thing to put the data out there for the public to consume or to potentially spark new industries; it’s another to standardize those data sets.
The mechanics of reporting that data are messy, a watchdog report finds, and officials at least in one agency think they might miss the deadline.
"Agencies run the risk of reporting data that cannot be aggregated governmentwide," according to GAO.
Treasury's online federal spending tracker might still have some kinks by May 2017.
Treasury has built an open beta site to collect user feedback before the final version goes live May 2017.
The Treasury Department has started collecting and occasionally republishing the public's agency-related social media posts in order to gain a better handle on public sentiment.
The legislation requires the Treasury Department to undertake one of its most ambitious management and technological transformations yet.
The Obama administration has six months to prove its implementation of a sweeping new data transparency law is on track.
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