This is a SDK for accessing Federal APIs, not just Department of Labor. It is compatible with APIs from NOAA, Department of Energy, Department of Education, Department of Transportation, the EPA, and many more. Until the Swift programming language becomes more stable, this SDK is considered to be in Beta. See the API documentation for detailed instructions on getting started, including extensive code samples.
Melissa made a name for itself building contact data quality and identity verification services. The company has taken its next with the introduction of a single portal for various API access to its services. Melissa Developer provides access to business identification and location services.
Brownouts got you fried? The Open Automated Demand Response API (OpenADR) aims to improve a critical aspect of handling the power load: improving Demand Response (DR) to electricity needs. Understanding demand, communicating demand and acting on it are all essential elements of effective DR. The SOAP/XML API is all about helping grid managers use common standards to leverage the OpenADR specifications.
The National Institue of Standards and Technology (NIST), has created created AppVet. AppVet is an open-source tool that IT groups can use to test applications for use on government networks. AppVet was designed to easily integrate with third party apps and tools (e.g. antivirus software, analyzers, vulnerability repositories, etc.) through simple APIs.