Open Data: U.S. State Department Launches Redesigned ForeignAssistance.gov Website
From the U.S. Department of State:
The Department of State is proud to announce the redesigned ForeignAssistance.gov. The redesigned website provides users with a simplified and more user-friendly experience.
Visitors to ForeignAssistance.gov will notice a marked difference in the layout to help a diverse audience navigate to high-level country, agency, and sector statistics quickly through the “Explore” function, while data-driven users can download data through the one-click “Download” function.
ForeignAssistance.gov was created in 2010 to increase aid transparency and serve as a mechanism for users to view, analyze, and track foreign assistance data from across the U.S. Government.
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