Introducing CrimeReports™

CrimeReports helps police agencies improve public and media perception by proactively sharing local crime information and providing visibility to agency operations.

The Data Platform for 21st Century Digital Government

Socrata's cloud-based solution allows government organizations to put their data online, make data-driven decisions, operate more efficiently, and share insights with citizens.

Socrata for Public Finance

Socrata for Public Finance provides a holistic solution for capturing and sharing financial activities and priorities with internal government employees and the general public.

What We Do

Socrata provides cloud solutions for federal, state, and local governments to transform data into actionable insights for public and government use.

Federal Government

Federal Government

Socrata for Federal Government helps federal departments and agencies maximize the power of their data.

"In-Process" for FedRAMP certification as of 2015

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State Government

State Government

States rely on Socrata to increase transparency, improve operational efficiencies, and stimulate their economy.

25 States use Socrata

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City Government

City Government

Large and small cities can utilize Socrata solutions to communicate more effectively with their constituents and to provide the essential services they rely upon.

300 cities large and small use Socrata

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County Government

County Government

With Socrata, counties can publish data that will boost the economy and make the region a better place to live.

4,000+ datasets are hosted by counties on Socrata

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Open Data Network

Open Data Network

The Open Data Network connects publishers of high-value data to the businesses, developers, and analysts that use, reuse, and enrich data.

15,000 datasets by 150 publishers

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Why Socrata?

The Data Platform for 21st Century Digital Government — Socrata's cloud-based solution allows government organizations to put their data online, make data-driven decisions, operate more efficiently, and share insights with citizens.

Open Data

CDC’s Data Exposes Alcohol Trends

By Madeleine Burry, April 28, 2016

Since April is Alcohol Awareness Month, we’re taking a look at two Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) datasets to better understand alcohol usage in America. CDC data is used by a wide range of users, including state and local governments who use the data to identify where to allocate resources and how they compare

Federal

A Closer Look at the President’s 2017 Budget

Making government investments understandable to the American public Before For several years, the Office of Management and Budget has released the President’s budget. This effort is called the Public Budget Database. While this is a tremendous effort by the Administration to provide transparency to the American public, it is diffcult for citizens to understand several

tech

What makes a great “open data mashup”?

By Chris Metcalf, June 12, 2015

As we progress through the Summer Jam “Open Data Mashup” Challenge, I’ve gotten the same important question a few times: “What makes a great open data mashup?” I figured the best way to answer that question was with code, so I did just that. This morning I created “Shady Eats“, a fun little mashup that combines

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