Consultation: Help shape IATI Standard traceability guidance
We’re calling on data publishers and data users to contribute to our work on improving IATI data to track development and humanitarian funds and activities throughout complex delivery chains.
Please join in the IATI Secretariat’s consultation (March 31 - April 31 to inform new guidance on how to publish data that is traceable throughout the chain of published data. IATI data users and publishers are encouraged to help review draft guidance and join an upcoming webinar to help ensure the final guidance helps meet the needs of development and humanitarian practitioners.
How to get involved
Please take note of the following dates for your calendar:
- 31 March Draft guidance and link to feedback form will be posted on IATI Connect; Click on "Follow" to confirm your interest in joining the consultation and receive updates when the draft guidance and link to the feedback form have been posted in this thread.
- Discuss and exchange with other Community members through IATI Connect up to 21 April.
- 21 April Submit inputs using the feedback form
- 28 April Join webinar with the IATI Secretariat to address feedback received. Register here.
As always, the Secretariat is ready to assist with any queries on joining IATI Connect or taking part in the consultation itself, and you can contact us at any time at [email protected]
Future IATI Standard guidance consultations
The IATI Technical Team has created IATI Standard guidance for over 20 topics. If you think guidance is required on additional topics, please post your suggestions on IATI Connect. If you have any additional questions, you can also email us at [email protected]