Data Transparency Coalition Invites Media and Public to DATA Act Demo Day ‐ July 10

Microsoft, Teradata Corporation, and Other Leading Tech Companies Will Demonstrate How
Standardized Federal Spending Data would Enhance Fraud Detection, Govt. Management,
and Transparency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Coalition Contact: Hudson Hollister: hudson.hollister@datacoalition.org / 312‐493‐7533
PR Contact: Beth Dozier: bethdozier@rational360.com / 202‐429‐1833

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 27, 2012) – The Data Transparency Coalition, the only group unifying the technology industry in support of federal data reform, today announced that its members will present live demonstrations showing the enormous potential of the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act) to enhance federal transparency and help prevent waste, fraud and abuse.

DATA Act Demo Day, featuring live presentations from Teradata Corporation, Microsoft, IPHIX, Level One Technologies, Synteractive, MarkLogic, and Elder Research, Inc., will take place July 10th at 10 a.m. in Microsoft’s Innovation and Policy Center (901 K St NW, 11th floor, Washington DC 20001). Members of the media and general public are asked to RSVP at datademo.eventbrite.com

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