July 10, 2012 – In an effort to highlight positives of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act that awaits a Senate vote and presidential approval, members of the Data Transparency Coalition ran through brief instances of applications of compliance, real-time monitoring and ROI from open data standards in the legislation.

A group of software vendors and industry advocates including Microsoft, Teradata and MarkLogic outlined the data quality and standards possibilities under a wavering legislative measure Tuesday before the media and public Tuesday in Washington, D.C. as part of its “DATA Act Demo Day.”

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