I'm a media consumer. An "infomediary"? Ugh. Anyway...
I have spent quite some time looking into the IATI data recently (thanks, BOND, for the starter course).
As you may know, IRIN specialises in reporting in humanitarian crises. Data-driven reports and visualisations are among our most popular products for the aid professional audience and the broader public too.
I ran over the 2015 data (activities starting after 1 Jan 2015), and found that 2015 disbursement transactions in which the provider and receiver were both named, and the date was actually in 2015, amounted to only about $5 billion (if my spaghetti Python is horribly at fault, I apologise in advance). My idea of network graphs and an eye-popping dataviz died a little. I can get provider and receiver for $19b from FTS. And if I wait a year, there's OECD/CRS. Nevertheless in my own opinion, and as an editorial standpoint for IRIN, more aid finance transparency, via any and all data, is a critical priority and always worth pursuing.
I'd be happy to take part in whatever way is useful or appropriate.