Commerce Data Service

Built in the spirit of America's entrepreneurial technology ventures, the Commerce Data Service is a start-up within government, that consists of diverse team of top-notch designers, developers, software engineers and data scientists. We are passionate about our mission, building new tools, and delivering improved ways to get work done.  We are agile product developers transforming government services by building world-class software products and raising standards of software development throughout the Department of Commerce. Through partnerships with the twelve bureaus that make up the Commerce Department, the Data Service will deliver products and services to help government agencies better deliver information to their customers.

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As “America’s data agency,” the Department of Commerce collects, processes, and disseminates approximately 36% of federal open data. That data fuels planning, research and...

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Last week, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker sat down with Tim O’Reilly, Founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media at the Next Economy Summit in San Francisco to discuss the...

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Shortly after her appointment as U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker spotlighted the importance of providing data to the public by making it one of the five pillars of...

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Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews today addressed the 4th meeting of the Commerce Data Advisory Council at Google Headquarters in New York City. He commended the group on its...

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