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Bill Brantley looks at the Department of Labor's API page, claiming it as an example of an API provider doing the four important functions necessary when writing API documentation.
Even though the future of Data.gov remains uncertain in these troubled economic times, many individual government agencies are still moving forward with President Obama’s mandate to make the U.S. federal government more transparent by making government data accessible online. The U.S. Department of Labor API makes it easier for software developers to incorporate Labor Department data into online and mobile applications.
US 2016 Elections
||The US 2016 Elections API provides access to a data bank of up-to-date profiles and other crucial information of candidates contesting political seats in the forthcoming elections. Powered by a...||Politics||12.31.2015|
||OpenACH is a South Dakota payment processing system provider. EasyOFAC is an OFAC compliance platform which features layered fuzzy search to avoid false positives. Also, it provides real time...||Compliance||12.28.2015|
Ontotext Image Analytics
||The Image Analytics service provides the means to get the tags and categories associated with an image on a web page. The Image Analytics is based on the Imagga Image Tagging API and is integrated...||Images||12.23.2015|
LED Lighting Facts
||The LED Lighting Facts API, a program by the US Department of Energy, permits developers to access LED product list with the aim to verify accuracy in purchases. 35173 products be found either in...||Energy||12.07.2015|
||EveryBlock aggregates public data from 5 metro areas across the United States. The data available varies by city, but is all made available via the EveryBlock APIs by providing schemas for each metro...||News Services||11.19.2015|