A while back I posted about the launch of data.gov. Now there’s a site to get government data from that aggregates the data.gov data, along with others sets: “We aggregate sources from: data.gov, data.dc.gov, utah.gov, datasf.org, texas.gov, texastransparency.gov, and the Sunlight Foundation and its partners.” Cool.
The National Data Catalog is an open platform for government data sets and APIs. It makes it easy to find datasets by and about government, across all levels (federal, state, and local) and across all branches (executive, legislative, and judicial). The data here is imported from multiple sources and curated by our staff.