Open Data at GSA
The President’s Executive Order and accompanying Open Data Policy – Managing Information as an Asset, issued on May 9, 2013, expand on the principles of Open Government to make the Federal government more open, transparent and collaborative with its citizens, stakeholders and the public. The policy requires that agencies open up new data and information, making them available in machine-readable formats. The publicly released data will provide fuel for innovation in both government and industry, allow better decision making by our government, provide collaboration opportunities for the public with their government, and make open data the new norm in federal information technology. GSA will continue to make new datasets available to the public on this site and across www.gsa.gov.
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The GSA actively promotes the innovative application of agency data in public and private sectors. GSA.gov/developers connects citizen developers with the tool they need to unlock government data.
Software developers and researchers can use these resources to help people find useful government information.
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
Use of this API is subject to Terms of Service for GSA.gov's Developer Resources.
- American Job Center Resource API
American Job Center partners with O'Net to provide a variety of APIs useful for jobseekers.
- BusinessUSA Resource Access API
BusinessUSA connects businesses to government services and information. The API provides access to resource abstracts including programs, services, data, events, and more.
- Citizen Topics API
This API lists the topics that we use to organize content on USA.gov. You can access it via the /tags call to the Social Media Registry.
- Data Center Consolidation API
The Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative inventory and track the progress efforts to consolidate US government data centers.
- FedBizOpps Documentation
In addition to the ability to interact directly with FedBizOpps using its on-line web interface, the service supports Web Services for Federal buyers to post information to the database using their agency’s electronic procurement system.
- Federal Procurement Data System - FPDS API
The Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) Next Generation has been re-engineered as a real-time federal enterprise information system. Web services based on SOAP and XML, implemented using Java technologies, are used in FPDS-NG to provide interoperability with various federal procurement systems.
- Federal Procurement Data System - FAADS API
The Federal Award Assistance Data System (FAADS) has been re-engineered as a real-time federal enterprise information system. Web services based on SOAP and XML, implemented using Java technologies, are used in Federal Assistance module to provide interoperability with various federal assistance systems.
- Federal Agency Directory API Documentation
This API contains directory information about federal agencies, such as contact methods, in English and Spanish.
- Government Jobs API
This API returns job openings across the federal government and includes all current openings posted on USAJobs.gov that are open to the public and located in the United States. It also includes some state and local government jobs.
- .Gov Domains API
This dataset offers the list of Federal Executive Agency internet domains.
- Go.USA.gov API
Go.USA.gov is a URL shortener for government employees. The API can shorten, preview, and show clicks on short URLs.
- Mobile App Gallery API Documentation
The App Gallery features mobile apps and websites from government agencies on a variety of platforms in English and Spanish.
- MyUSA Citizen API
The MyUSA Citizen API is how My.USA.gov Apps interact with My.USA.gov Accounts.
- MyGov Discovery API
The MyGov Discovery API provides a services to discover related government content. Each page is assigned tags, which are used to find similarly tagged pages.
- Per Diem API
This API contains maximum lodging reimbursement per diem rates and the meals and incidental (M&IE) rates for 392 locations across the continental United States for Fiscal Year 2013.
- Product Recall Data API
This API returns food, car, and product safety data and recalls.
- Social Media Registry API
The Social Media Registry is an official source of information about federal government social media accounts
- USASearch API
Provides USASearch customers their search results in XML, JSON, or JSON-P. This API is only available for use on official government websites. Sign in is required.
- 1.USA.gov Data
1.USA.gov URLs are created whenever anyone shortens a .gov or .mil URL using bitly.
- Frequently Asked Questions XML
The contents of our frequently asked questions are available in XML, in English and Spanish.