In October 2013 we committed to joining the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI), an initiative focused on making information about spending on development easier to access, understand, and use. We represent one of the first foundations to join IATI in an alliance that now includes 200 members.
Our goal continues to be to identify common ways we all can share information that will help the development community achieve greater impact. As a member of IATI we believe we can play an important role in making more meaningful data available and in helping to shape the development of rapidly evolving international reporting standards.
Correspondingly, we are sharing our implementation schedule related to publishing our 2009 to 2012 grants data in accordance with the IATI standard by February 2014. We are currently evaluating our internal systems and processes in order to expand the depth, coverage and frequency of our future reporting. We therefore commit to sharing a revised version of our implementation schedule by April 2014 in relation to our 2013 grants data.
Please refer to the IATI data registry for our IATI raw data in XML format.