The Interagency Data Inventory is a product of the Data Committee of the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC). The inventory catalogs the data collected by FSOC member organizations and financial data collected by other federal organizations. The inventory contains information — metadata — about each data collection. It does not contain the underlying datasets. For each data collection, the inventory has basic information, such as a brief description of the collection, collecting organization, and the name and number of the form used to collect the data.
The inventory may be used for identifying data gaps and for improving research and analysis to understand threats and vulnerabilities in the financial system.
- Interagency Data Inventory (updated May 2018)
The inventory was first published in 2014 and has been updated each year.
The new columns of information added in the 2018 update are described in the “Terms and Definitions” tab of the Excel file. Some of these columns are not relevant to all collections or are populated at the discretion of each organization that supplied the information.
Some of the underlying data referenced in the inventory may not be public data due to the data’s proprietary or supervisory confidential nature.