ONDCP Data Sets

The Obama Administration's Open Government Directive instructs all Federal agencies to take immediate steps to disclose their data to the American people. The purpose is to break down barriers between the Federal Government and the people it serves, and to provide the public with direct access to information.

Federal Drug Control Budget

One of the responsibilities of the Office of National Drug Control Policy is to “assess and certify the adequacy of National Drug Control programs and the budget for those programs.” To create transparency in drug control spending, ONDCP makes budget information available annually.

Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II in the United States

The Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II (ADAM II) measures drug use trends among male arrestees in the United States via voluntary survey and urine testing. The program, originally sponsored by the National Institutes of Justice, has been sponsored by ONDCP since 2007, and is active in 10 U.S. counties.

  • Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II Annual Report 2012 (PDF)
  • Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II Annual Report 2011 (PDF)
  • Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II Annual Report 2010 (PDF)
  • Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II Annual Report 2009 (PDF)
  • Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II Annual Report 2008 (PDF)
  • Arrestee Drug Monitoring Program II Annual Report 2007 (PDF)