Thank you for your fast answer.
I'll verify this date "10-05-2015" but I'm sure that your are right because, by the moment, our information system is configured according to the requirements of the DAC. So, the data are always related with the previous year final report.
But, please let me take advantage of this point, to insist on my arguments against this Timeliness methodology based entirely on the Transactions. Because, in my opinion, it's not reflecting the reality and here we have an example.
We published in 2015 October additional information about the activities (as I've said before, referred to the DAC final report that we were preparing). And we made an effort to have an initial data publication in 2015 May and a second one (more completed and exhaustive) in 2015 Oct that, according this dashboard, never happened.
I agree with you that the Transactions are very important, but other IATI elements should be too. So, I think that the Methodology should be able of detecting (and weighting) the volume of elements updated. And, to be more ambitious, the coherence between this updated information.