DOD Open Government

U.S. Department of Defense

DoD Open Data

DoD Proudly launches its new Open Data website. Please visit it to learn more about the types of data that the Department of Defense provides. You may be surprised!

Open Data

DoD Combat Feeding Hackathon

Learn more about the first Department of Defense Mobile Hackathon! Exclusive combat ration data sets, cash prizes, and the opportunity to support American Soldiers.

DoD Combat Feeding Hackathon

DOD Program Inventory

The Department of Defense has released its Program Inventory. This work will help facilitate coordination across programs as well as improve public understanding of the services delivered by the government.

DOD Program Inventory

DoD Performance

Performance.gov shows progress on the Administration’s efforts to create a government that is more effective, efficient, innovative, and responsive. Click on the button below to see DoD's entries at Performace.gov.

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New Open Government Plan Published

The Department of Defense published an update to its Open Government Plan on June 1, 2014. This update, Version 3.0, will serve as the guiding document for the Department's support of Open Government for the next two years.

Picture of the new DoD Open Government Plan

Senior Accountable Official


 

Resources

 

Open Government Initiative
Open Government Directive
Recovery.gov
Data.gov
USASpending.gov
USA.gov
IT Dashboard.gov
Regulations.gov
Challenge.gov
Performance.gov
ForeignAssistance.gov

Transparency - Participation - Collaboration


 On January 21, 2009, shortly after assuming office, the President of the United States issued the Presidential Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government, setting forth three basic principles for agencies of the executive branch to pursue Transparency, Participation and Collaboration as a normal course of business. 

On December 8, 2009, The Office of Management and Budget issued the Open Government Directive (M-10-06) which described the principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration as “the cornerstone of an open government.”

In keeping with these principles, our Open Government Plan details our approach for sharing our data more openly, engaging with the public more proactively and collaborating with all citizens. Our Open Government Plan is only of part of our approach to increase transparency and openness. We encourage you to explore other information on our website to learn more about what DoD is doing to address the principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration.

We want to specifically hear from you on how our plan can be improved, and on what data, datasets and information you want to see from DoD. We also encourage you to think of innovative ways to use the data we have provided in our plan and on Data.gov and provide us feedback on these innovations. Also, feel free to send us your thoughts on open government through our contact page.