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. implements the Executive Order on making government data open and machine readable as well as the federal Open Data Policy.

Open Source was built with open source software, CKAN, and WordPress. Anyone, especially local, state, and foreign governments are welcome to borrow the code behind

Open Data in the United States

Numerous states, cities and counties have launched open data sites.

By collaborating with these non-federal data sources, is able to include this data in the catalog. Searches on the catalog will return relevant datasets from both federal and non-federal sources.


U.S. States
U.S. Cities and Counties
International Countries
International Regions


Download the full list of open data sites: [CSV] | [EXCEL]             List Views: [U.S. States | U.S. Cities and Counties | International ]

Map representation of Open Data Sites