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data.gov - Data.gov source code and issue tracker

  •    Javascript

Contribution or Collaboration on any code repository is encouraged; while we prefer technical questions be reserved to Github (preferably to the repositories above). We are equally as happy to take any feedback through Github as Github Issues or Pull Requests on any repository. We are always looking for feedback, feature requests, or technical inquiries on this repository or by email at datagov**@**gsa.gov. If you are a human that considers themselves or aspires to be a developer, security engineer, designer, editor/writer, or general innovator; we encourage you to take initiative and participate. Data.gov is an open data website created by the U.S. General Services Administration that is based on two robust open source projects: CKAN and WordPress. The data catalog at catalog.data.gov is powered by CKAN, while the content seen at Data.gov is powered by WordPress.


  •    HTML


decidim - The participatory democracy framework

  •    Ruby

The participatory democracy framework. Decidim is a participatory democracy framework, written in Ruby on Rails, originally developed for the Barcelona City government online and offline participation website. Installing these libraries will provide you a generator and gems to help you develop web applications like the ones found on example applications or like our demo application.

design-system-components - πŸ›  Component code and tests for the Australian Government design system

  •    HTML

The components for the Australian Government Design System. The design system components are distributed through the npm ecosystem and can only be installed through the npm command. Npm requires node.js and the components needs node.js 8 or higher.

code-gov-web - Federal Source Code policy implementation.

  •    TypeScript

Code.gov is a website promoting good practices in code development, collaboration, and reuse across the U.S. Government. Code.gov will provide tools and guidance to help agencies implement the Federal Source Code Policy. It will include an inventory of the government's custom code to promote reuse between agencies and will provide tools to help government and the public collaborate on open source projects. To learn more about the project, check out this blog post.

SharePoint 2010 Government Demo Assets


This project contains assets related to the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Government Demo, developed by Infusion Development and available on www.microsoftpsdemos.com

Federated Intelligence Network


The Federated Intelligence Network, FedIntel.net, is a collection of web based portals for emergency management. The system provides for a unified national and international medium for document management, workflow, collaboration and information sharing. The system is design...

uikit - πŸ›  Component code and tests for the design system

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The UI-Kit for the Australian Government Design System. The GOV.AU UI-Kit is distributed through the npm ecosystem and can only be installed through the npm command. Npm requires node.js and the UI-Kit needs a node.js 5 or higher.

MOSIP - An open source platform on which national foundational IDs are built

  •    Java

MOSIP is a modular and open source identity platform that helps user organisations such as Governments implement a digital, foundational ID in a cost effective way, while embracing the best practices of scalability, security and privacy harnessing the power of open source.

gman - A ruby gem to check if the owner of a given email address or website is working for THE MAN (a

  •    Ruby

A ruby gem to check if the owner of a given email address or website is working for THE MAN (a.k.a verifies government domains). It will also provide you with metadata about the domain, such as the country, state, city, or agency, where applicable. It does this by leveraging the power of Naughty or Nice, the Public Suffix List, and the associated Ruby Gem. You could theoretically use regex, but either you'll get a bunch of false positives, or your regex will be insanely complicated. gov.uk, may be valid, for example, but gov.fr is not (it's gouv.fr, for what it's worth). The solution? Use Public Suffix to verify that it's a valid public domain, then maintain a crowd-sourced sub-list of known global government and military domains. It should cover all US and international, government and military domains for both email and website verification.

government-glossary - A GovSpeak to English translator a

  •    Ruby

A GovSpeak to English translator a.k.a. glossary of common government IT and procurement terms, abbreviations and acronyms (CGITPTAA). You can also get programatic access to the terms via terms.json.

simpleopendata - simple guidelines for publishing open data in useful formats

  •    HTML

Straightforward, concrete suggestions for how to do open data, for governments, organizations, and companies. The text is maintained in index.md.

govuk_prototype_kit - GOV.UK Prototype Kit - GitHub

  •    Javascript

Go to the GOV.UK Prototype Kit site to download the latest version and read the documentation. The prototype kit provides a simple way to make interactive prototypes that look like pages on GOV.UK. These prototypes can be used to show ideas to people you work with, and to do user research.

incident-import-tools - Toolbox and scripts for importing spreadsheets to a gdb and optionally publishing out to ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS for Server

  •    Python

Toolbox and scripts for importing spreadsheets to a gdb and optionally publishing out to ArcGIS Online (feature service) or ArcGIS for Server (dynamic map service). Geometry can be assigned to features using provided coordinate values in a known spatial reference system, or by geocoding an address associated with each incident.

land-use-public-notification - An application that allows local government staff to identify buffer properties and generate mailing labels

  •    Javascript

This land use public notification repo has been replaced by the ArcGIS for Web AppBuilder Public Notification widget, applications built from this repo are in mature support. Public Notification (previously known as Land Use Public Notification) is a configuration of ArcGIS Server and a JavaScript application that allows local government staff to identify properties within a given distance (buffer) of a subject property and generate mailing labels and/or a structured text file of owners and occupants that fall within the buffer. This application is typically used by local planning and zoning officials, but can be used by any agency looking to notify property owners and occupants of a formal action being taken.

local-government-desktop-addins - A series of ArcGIS Desktop Add-ins used in the ArcGIS for Local Government editing maps

  •    CSharp

The ArcGIS for Local Government Desktop Add-ins include a series of desktop toolbars that optimize data management workflows. The toolbars are used in ArcGIS for Local Government editing maps like: Water Utility Network Editing, Address Data Management, Water Utility Capital Planning, Special Event Planning, and Pre-Fire Planning. Detailed help is provided with each solution on the ArcGIS Solution Site.

map-and-app-gallery-template - A template to create a configurable, filterable, and responsive application for your maps, apps, and more

  •    Javascript

The Map and App Gallery is a web application template to create a configurable, filterable, and responsive application for your maps, apps, and more. Note: If your application edits features in a feature service, contains secure services or web maps that aren't shared publicly, or generate requests that exceed 200 characters, you may need to set up and use a proxy page. Common situations where you may exceed the URL length are using complex polygons as input to a task or specifying a spatial reference using well-known text (WKT). For details on installing and configuring a proxy page see Using the proxy. If you do not have an Internet connection, you will need to access and deploy the ArcGIS API for JavaScript documentation from developers.arcgis.com.

photo-survey - Photo Survey Application and Data Management tools for the Photo Survey solution

  •    Javascript

If you implemented the June 2016 (or before) version of the application, upgrade to the December 2017 version (release) of the application. The December 2017 version of the application has been updated to use a table to configure survey questions, and so has the implementation process. The previous versions have been placed into mature support, for detailed instructions for upgrading, please visit the documentation page. Photo Survey is a configurable JavaScript application designed to crowdsource property damage assessments, inventory blighted properties, target reappraisal efforts, identify structures that could pose safety concerns, as well as gather information from photos collected from camera traps, such as wildlife photos.

crime-analysis-toolbox - The Crime Analysis Toolbox contains a series of ArcGIS geoprocessing tools and models for identifying and analyzing crime incident data

  •    Python

The CSV file will contain three columns: X and Y coordinates for your incident data (based on the projected geographic coordinate system of the data) and the date of the incident. The CSV file can then be opened directly in the Near Repeat Calculator without any further manipulation. We hope you find this tool useful and look forward to your feedback.