to Cut Waste
President Obama and Vice President Biden launch the Campaign to Cut Waste, which will hunt down and eliminate misspent tax dollars in every agency and department across the Federal Government.
President Obama has consistently made clear that he will strive to lead the most open, efficient, and accountable government in history. Over the last four years, new initiatives have increased public participation in government and improved citizens' everyday lives.
Tools and Data Overview
Data.gov offers data ranging from community health trends to customer service performance that powers innovative new applications.
Over 1,000,000 records of everyone who's come through the doors of the White House have been released to date in a searchable database.
This map visualizes a sampling of over 7,000 of the total 12,000 buildings and structures currently designated as excess -- from sheds to underutilized office buildings.
President Obama requires everyone he appoints to serve in his Administration to sign an ethics pledge. You can review the pledge and all waivers that have been granted.
USAspending.gov provides unprecedented transparency of Federal spending information, showing what contracts have been awarded to whom.
American taxpayers will be able to go to a Web site that tells them how their tax dollars are being spent.
A new website provides useful information about how the Freedom of Information Act works and how the public can access government information and documents.
Ethics.gov brings records and data from across the federal government to one central location, making it easier for citizens to hold public officials accountable.
Agencies implemented ambitious Open Government Plans, utilizing new technologies to connect citizens to their government.
Check out the President’s and Vice President’s daily public schedules, subscribe to updates, and even add their events to your own calendar.
The IT Dashboard is a website enabling federal agencies, industry, the general public and other stakeholders to view details of federal information technology investments.
The public may request financial disclosure reports that details the assets and income of Executive Branch Personnel to help identify and avoid conflicts of interest.
PaymentAccuracy.gov gives taxpayers a way to join the fight against improper spending by reporting suspected incidents of fraud, waste, and abuse.
The White House is required to deliver a report to Congress listing the title and salary of every White House Office employee. See the data in a searchable database.