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Office of Interactive Disclosure

Find more information about XBRL at xbrl.sec.gov

The Office of Interactive Disclosure (OID) carries out the Commission's commitment to make financial disclosure accessible and easy to use through the application of interactive data. Learn more about interactive data: what it is and who's using it.

Starting with fiscal periods ending on or after June 15, 2009, the Commission's rules require some public companies to submit their financial statements in the XBRL interactive data format. The requirement will be phased in for all public companies that file certain periodic reports with the Commission. The Commission has also issued rules that will require interactive data reporting by mutual funds and ratings organizations. Learn more about the new interactive data disclosure rules for financial statements at our Financial Statements page. Or skip right to the Interactive Data Filings and RSS Feeds.

OID designs and implements technological processes and tools to support interactive data uses mandated by the Commission. OID also identifies and researches new uses for interactive data.

We invite you to explore this site. And feel free to learn more about what we do or contact us.

 

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Modified: 04/23/2010