The Federal Source Code Policy is designed to support reuse and public access to custom-developed Federal source code of USA. By making source code available for sharing and re-use across Federal agencies, they can avoid duplicative custom software purchases and promote innovation and collaboration across Federal agencies. By opening more of their code to the brightest minds inside and outside of government, they can enable developers to work together to ensure that the code is reliable and effective in furthering their national objectives. And they can do all of this while remaining consistent with the Federal Government’s long-standing policy of technology neutrality, through which they seek to ensure that Federal investments in IT are merit-based, improve the performance of their government, and create value for the American people.
Open Government, Indonesia
Indonesian Government Open Data.CKAN is a tool for making open data websites. (Think of a content management system like WordPress - but for data, instead of pages and blog posts.) It helps you manage and publish collections of data. It is used by national and local governments, research institutions, and other organizations who collect a lot of data. Once your data is published, users can use its faceted search features to browse and find the data they need, and preview it using maps, graphs and tables - whether they are developers, journalists, researchers, NGOs, citizens, or even your own staff. For CKAN purposes, data is published in units called “datasets”. A dataset is a parcel of data - for example, it could be the crime statistics for a region, the spending figures for a government department, or temperature readings from various weather stations. When users search for data, the search results they see will be individual datasets.
Open Government, Italy
Italy Government Open Data. Italy government is sharing its data on economy, finances, education, culture, sports, power, environment, government, public sector, health, justice, legal systems, public safety, regions, cities, population, society, science, technology and transport
Web services and data sets from the US Environmental Protection Agency. The American people have become accustomed to interacting with the government through increasingly complex digital channels presented via simple interfaces such as websites, native mobile applications and other digital communications mediums. Because of this new reality, there is a growing need to realign Federal development standards and capabilities around rapidly delivering high-quality, powerful and meaningful data to the public, other Federal and private entities and internally across EPA.
Contains live datasets including information about petitions, bills, MP votes, attendence, and more. Data.parliament application programming interface (API) enables you to embed and use their data in your applications. This allows you to 1) Offer a rich set of parliamentary open data directly to your customers. 2) Build highly functional data-driven applications. 3) Analyze and interpret the data. 4) Link data to other open data sources such as DBpedia. There are two ways of retrieving data from the platform. 1) Retrieving data by consuming atom feeds and resources using the Feed APIs. 2) Retrieving data by calling the Linked Data APIs. The API calls returns XML and JSON formats.
Signup for a single API key and use it across participating government APIs. Data.gov is the federal government’s open data site, and aims to make government more open and accountable. Opening government data increases citizen participation in government, creates opportunities for economic development, and informs decision making in both the private and public sectors. Sister APIs are:- Consumer Product Safety Commission Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce Department of Education Department of Justice Executive Office of the President Federal Bureau of Investigation Federal Communications Commission Federal Election Commission Federal Trade Commission Food and Drug Administration General Services Administration Government Publishing Office National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Institutes of Health National Park Service National Renewable Energy Laboratory Regulations.gov API Smithsonian Institution
Open Government, Belgium
Belgium Government Open Data. This api allows you to collect real time data for your app to build RSS Feeds, News Apps and similar informative apps. You can collect data related to agriculture, health, energy, travel, population, public sector, regional and transport.
Food Standards Agency
UK food hygiene rating data API. The data provides the food hygiene rating or inspection result given to a business and reflects the standards of food hygiene found on the date of inspection or visit by the local authority. Businesses include restaurants, pubs, cafés, takeaways, hotels and other places consumers eat, as well as supermarkets and other food shops.
CiviX Server is an electronic library providing free public access to law and bylaw content of British Columbia. CiviX Server contains a comprehensive collection of BC Provincial legislation, civic bylaw content and related policy and legislative materials. The library is available as a portal to the data that runs the site in raw XML data format, accessible via a RESTFUL API.
The US Census Bureau provides various APIs and data sets on demographics and businesses. It offers national day of civil hacking, where developers from different fields join and conduct an open day to solve specific problems. Decisions being made at government level are vetted by developers to validate the functions. They share this data for developers to build personal apps over this data.
Information on campaign donations in federal elections of USA. This API allows you to explore the way candidates and committees fund their campaigns. The FEC API is a RESTful web service supporting full-text and field-specific searches on FEC data. Bulk downloads are available on the site. Data is updated on nightly basis.
BusinessUSA gives developers access to authoritative information on U.S. programs, events, services and more. USA.gov uses GitHub repositories to maintain the documentation for most of our APIs and data feeds. Using GitHub, you can easily provide feedback to us and ask questions using each repository's issue tracker. You can also email us any questions you might have regarding our APIs. USA.gov offers a variety of APIs and data feeds to help developers access and expose quality government information and services from their own websites and applications.