A recent release by the UK’s Revenue and Customs Department has moved the needle on how Governments release APIs. Could SLAs be available next?
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| 18F Crime Data||This project is the back end for the Crime Data Explorer 18f/crime-data-explorer. The Crime Data Explorer is a website that allows law enforcement and the general public to more easily access uniform...||Crime||09.28.2017|
| FBOpen||The FBOpen API is designed to help small businesses find opportunities to work with the U.S. government. Currently, the API allows users to search the contents of FedBizOpps and Grants.gov. Soon, the...||Semantic Web||04.04.2014|
| Tagyu||NOTE -- as of August 2006 it looks like this service is shutdown. From the site: With the web services interface, you can plug Tagyu into your own programs. Add tag suggestions to your favorite...||Classification||10.29.2005|
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APIs are at the heart of a new initiative aimed at giving the U.S. government the agility and flexibility needed to serve today’s citizens, communities and businesses. The White House’s General Services Administration (GSA) has established “18F,” a new department aimed at providing open source tools and demonstrating new ways of working with entrepreneurs and innovators to deliver digital services to government agencies, businesses and citizens.
Fifteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things, Payments, Application Development and DevOps. Highlights today include the open source Grafeas API for securing the software supply chain. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.