The home of the U.S. Government’s open data. Find data, tools, and resources to conduct research, develop web and mobile applications, design data visualizations, and more.
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), is the premier repository for research and engineering information for the DOD. DTIC's Suite of Services is available to DoD personnel, defense contractors, federal government personnel and contractors and selected academic institutions. The general public can access unclassified, unlimited information, including many full-text downloadable documents, through this public web site.
The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for the given year is not complete until April of the following year. Annual Reports data is a snapshot of agency reported information for that year and hence might look different from the live data in the Awards Information charts.
Provides award data for the DOD SBIR and STTR Programs. Please note: Because SBIR/STTR fiscal year funding can be obligated over the course of two years and the fact that the Awards Database is updated on a quarterly basis, there may be significant latency for the most recent fiscal year data.
Challenge.gov is a technical platform and list of challenge and prize competitions, all of which are run by more than 70 agencies across federal government. These include technical, scientific, ideation, and creative competitions where the U.S. government seeks innovative solutions from the public, bringing the best ideas and talent together to solve mission-centric problems.
InterKn ingests enormous amounts of research and innovation data and leverage our machine learning to disseminate insights and analytics. Their insights and analytics provide users with a comprehensive narrative behind the research and innovation. Those narratives provide you with a lens to innovation and early stage technology.
American public access to information on how their tax dollars are spent. USAspending.gov was first launched in December 2007 to fulfill these requirements. Prime award information shown on the website is provided by Federal Agencies through four main source systems.
Information proliferates on the Internet, but timely, accurate, extensive, and accessible databases are as good as gold—and equally hard to find. With more than 30 years of experience mining federal data sources from the Census Bureau to the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, the Office of Advocacy offers a research tool for small business researchers and policymakers, a hyperlinked listing of Small Business Data Resources.
The tool lists online databases by federal agency or private sector source, hyperlinks the listings to their websites, and keys them to the small-business-related topics on which they provide information—all in two one-page summaries. The databases listed provide a wealth of information from federal government agencies, as well as nongovernment private sector, university, nonprofit, international, and other sources. Key topics include demographics, employment, exports, finance, firm size data, firms and establishments, health care, income and sales, pension coverage, taxes, and training. Small Business Data Resources is an invaluable tool for researchers, policymakers, small business trade associations, and members of the media interested in small businesses’ role in the economy.
Although the list includes many of the most widely used data resources, Advocacy notes that inclusion of any specific database on the list does not constitute an endorsement by the Office of Advocacy or the Small Business Administration.