|Represent - NYTimes.com|
A sophisticated map mashup that integrates stories from the New York Times and the City Room blog to provide citizens of the Big Apple with relevant information about political representatives at various scales of government.
|Russia public government procurement|
Racoon The Searcher is search and subscription system that collects information about all government procurement in Russia. In Russian.
Starting with official Government-backed information about state schools in England, Schooloscope tries to tease out something interesting from the dry tables of statistics. It shows the school on a map by making the map the background of the page.
Social Interest is a system for connecting families with a range of publicly funded health and human service programs in California. Communities can use it to screen people for programs such as Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, local health insurance programs.
|Social Security Offices|
Enter your zip code to find Social Security offices nearest you.
Solar Boston program, a two-year, $550,000 initiative to increase the amount of solar energy in the city from one-half megawatt today to twenty-five megawatts by 2015. Interactive Flash-based map showing the projects.
Opens up the conversation between you and your representative in Congress by posting your voice message on our website for anyone to listen to and comment on.
|This We Know |
This We Know lets you get local and explore government data about your community. Enter your city or zip code and get a list of facts. Click an individual item and be taken to a breakdown of the data. Finalist in Apps for America 2 contest.
|Top Secret America|
This Washington Post mapping mashup displays the rise of domestic counter-terrorism organizations in america.
Synthesizes the complex SunLight Labs Transparency Data API into a manageable query tool.
|Tree by Tree Events|
A map showing tree planting events for Tree by Tree, The Mile High Million. This is a regional tree planting program as part of the City and County of Denver Greenprint Denver initiative to combat global warming.
A grassroots effort to engage Congress on Twitter. Users can find their reps, see who is tweeting, and lobby them to join the Twitterverse.
Winner of the Sunlight Foundation Mashup Congress Contest. Get more insight into the truth of campaign finance with this interactive network maps of state level political contribution data.
|US Campaign Contributions by Industry|
Interactive visualization of campaign contributions to US federal politicians. See how the finance, insurance and real estate industries spend the most. Built with the Google Motion Chart tool and data fro OpenSecrets.
|US Taxpayer Contribution to Iraq War|
Mashup that combines data from the Nation Priorities Project and Google Maps to show how many billions taxpayers in each US state are paying. And where that money might otherwise be spent.
|USA Recovery Act - Recipients of Stimulus Dollars|
See the recipients of Stimulus Dollars in your state. Replace the 2 letter state code at the end of the URL with your state code.
|Virtual Highway from New Zealand Transport Agency|
Virtual Highway is a website that provides video images of key travel routes and maps of the New Zealand state highway network. This information is very useful to people such as tourists and New Zealanders who are not local to an area.
Virtual India is a research project by Microsoft Research India, in collaboration with the Government of India Department of Science and Technology.
Graphically illustrates how Congress awarded earmarks in 2005 by agency, state and organization, as well as a searchable database of the earmarks and their recipients. Java applet built by the Sunlight Foundation with IBM Many Eyes visualization tools.
|Wasting Away Superfund Toxic Legacy|
From The Center for Public Integrity, Wasting Away is an authoritative report on the EPA that includes an original accounting of the companies responsible for many of polluted sites in America, as well as an array of maps that show where these sites are.