NASA is Missing From Data.gov

Data Transparency via Data.gov, White House Blog

"The Administration is committed to moving past these barriers in providing the American public withunprecedented access to useful, unfiltered government data. An important part of that effort is Data.gov, a platform for free access to data generated across all federal agencies. Through Data.gov, we aim to provide an open architecture and to make data available in multiple formats. The goal of Data.gov is to enable better decision-making, drive transparency, and help to power innovation for a stronger America. If you havent yet checked it out, I encourage you to do so. Whether for a school research project, developing a new application, or evaluating a business opportunity, you might just be surprised by what you find."

Keith's note: When you go to Data.gov and select which agencies to search NASA is not listed. Yet NOAA, NSF, etc. are listed.

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