Mashups using the same API (2)
Did you know that George W. Bush received $2,649,725 in oil contributions is his 2004 election campaign? Or that in 2008 Rudy Giuliani received $659,158, John McCain received $291,685 and that Barack Obama received $163,840? These and other bits of political trivia and insight come from a useful site that was recently Mashup of the Day: Follow Oil Money.
This year has certainly been the time for governments opening data. It's also ripe with public mashup contests, from big U.S. cities to large-scale propositions from down under. Here's an overview of some of the recently-launched government data contests.
||SimpleVisa is an on-demand international travel authorization platform that can be integrated to business applications. This system works with countries that offer electronic travel authorizations....||Travel||04.06.2016|
ProPublica Campaign Finance
||The ProPublica Campaign Finance API allows developers to retrieve data from United States Federal Election Commission filings and other sources. This data includes summary information for candidates...||Politics||03.02.2016|
U.S. Digital Registry API
||The U.S. Digital Registry API is a builder portal for tools that authenticate the validity of the official government social media accounts and mobile apps stored at the U.S. Digital Registry. The...||Registry||02.04.2016|
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|