The Regulations.gov API provides developers with access to the information on the Regulations.gov website through a programmatic interface. Developers can search documents, retrieve specific dockets, or get document information. Search results can be filtered by date, agency, docket ID, comment period, and more.
Regulations.gov is a website provided by the United States federal government for helping citizens access documents describing federal regulations such as notices, rules, proposed rules, and requests for comment.
If there is one thing governments do exceedingly well, it's collect data. What they don’t do as well is make that data available in a way that is particularly useful. Looking to change that dynamic, Splunk has begun working with the White House on a Regulations.gov initiative to make it easier to mine the trove of government data.
One developer suggests that the DropBox API should be the universal transport API. Open government in the United States takes another step with the Regulations.gov API. Plus: thoughts on interest graphs, RESTful voices and 18 new APIs.
OpenCitations is a non-profit organization for scholarly bibliographic and citation open data. COCI is the OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI (Digital Object Identifier) references. The...