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Sending electronic written messages to members of Congress by reverse engineering their contact forms.
Members of the United States Congress, 1789-Present, in YAML/JSON/CSV, as well as committees, presidents, and vice presidents.
Public domain data collectors for the work of Congress, including legislation, amendments, and votes.
A package for easily working with US and state metadata
Public domain photos of Members of the United States Congress
A parser for the Congressional Record.
Tracking changes to the official U.S. House and Senate roll call votes XML data files. Monitored hourly-ish by @GovTrack/@JoshData.
Best practices language for making open government data "license-free".
GeoJSON and other shape files for the federal legislative districts of the US.
All the annoying stuff we had to do to make YAML usable.
Simple homepage for this organization.
Organizing and publishing the web domains of the US federal government
An index of formal complaint systems
Collecting reports from Inspectors General across the US federal government.
A Hub of US Government APIs
Bill numbers for early American statutes based on Nabors's Legislative Reference Checklist book.
Storage space for public US reports which need a place to go.
Text of prayers delivered by guest chaplains to House
The website at https://uslaw.link.
A collection of data about how federal agencies divide their agency coverage geospatially
A listing of public data releases by federal agencies
A library of government acronyms
Data Seal is a lightweight, UELMA-compliant data authentication service.
Table of popular nicknames and keywords for bills, curated manually.
A glossary for the United States.
Importer for US Spending data
An organization chart for the government of the United States.
A working parser for the US Code's hierarchy, and a work-in-progress parser for the full content.