Introducing: Project Open Data

Originally posted on the White House blog by Todd Park and Steven VanRoekel on May 16, 2013 at 09:46 AM EDT Technology evolves rapidly, and it can be challenging for policy and its implementation to evolve at the same pace.  Last week, President … Continued

HHS Developer Resources

Want to place content from HHS websites on your own site? With the tools covered below, we enable you to share information and resources from across the Department.  These tools allow you to add content from our websites while maintaining … Continued

APIs – You Ain’t Seen Nothin (And You Never Will)

In the next few weeks, you’re going to be hearing a lot about APIs, and unless you’re some kind of techie or datahead, you’re probably wondering what they are and why you should care. Here’s why: because our daily lives … Continued

CKAN: the Horizon for Data.gov 2.0

 Recently, we marked another milestone in Data.gov’s evolution. Members of the Open Knowledge Foundation met in Washington, D.C., with the Data.gov team and Federal Agencies to discuss the next iteration of Data.gov.  Within months, Data.gov will see major enhancements around … Continued

Here’s to Your Health

HHS has collected more than 284 datasets at healthdata.gov and the inventory is currently growing by almost 100 per year. Thirty-three of these databases are already API enabled. One of the largest is the Continued

PARDON OUR DUST – Census.gov Transformation

July 25, 2012 You may have noticed that census.gov has been undergoing some modest changes since December.  Based on customer research and feedback we collected and analyzed over time, we heard loud and clear that both search and navigation of … Continued

API Now Available From Federal Register 2.0

August 1, 2011 Building on the groundbreaking efforts of the OFR/GPO bulk XML data feed, we’ve released an Application Programming Interface (API) for FederalRegister.gov, making it even easier for developers to build new ways of interacting with Federal Register data. … Continued