@unitedstates

@unitedstates

A shared commons of data and tools for the United States. Made by the public, used by the public.

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congress-legislators

Members of the United States Congress, 1789-Present, in YAML, as well as committees, presidents, and vice presidents.

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contact-congress

Sending electronic written messages to members of Congress by reverse engineering their contact forms.

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HTML 3 0

congress-votes-servo

Tracking changes to the official U.S. House and Senate roll call votes XML data files. Monitored hourly-ish by @GovTrack/@JoshData.

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data-seal

Data Seal is a lightweight, UELMA-compliant data authentication service.

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Python 21 10

congressional-record

A parser for the Congressional Record.

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Python 45 15

inspectors-general

Collecting reports from Inspectors General across the US federal government.

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Python 251 55

congress

Public domain data collectors for the work of Congress, including legislation, amendments, and votes.

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Python 31 11

images

Public domain photos of Members of the United States Congress

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APIs

A Hub of US Government APIs

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unitedstates.github.io

Simple homepage for this organization.

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bill-nicknames

Table of popular nicknames and keywords for bills, curated manually.

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complaints

An index of formal complaint systems

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licensing

Best practices language for making open government data "license-free".

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glossary

A glossary for the United States.

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JavaScript 95 16

citation

Legal citation extractor, via command line, JavaScript, or HTTP.

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HTML 0 1

reports

Storage space for public US reports which need a place to go.

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acronym

A library of government acronyms

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agency-regions

A collection of data about how federal agencies divide their agency coverage geospatially

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Python 106 13

python-us

US state metadata and other incredible fun stuff

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Python 3 0

nabors

Bill numbers for early American statutes based on Nabors's Legislative Reference Checklist book.

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