What the DATA Act doesn’t require federal agencies to do
January 21, 201910:43 am
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The Data Act implementation is a work in progress for federal agencies. They’ve got until 2022 to make spending data automatically available to anyone who wants to see it. The act’s biggest promise, though, might be in what it lets agency finance people not have to do. With a progress report and some of the challenges ahead, Dave Mader, former White House controller and now chief strategy officer at Deloitte, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin.