DHS and its components provide access to statistical reports and machine readable data sets. These datasets are available in the DHS section of Data.gov and follow the guiding principles set in the DHS Digital Government strategy.
Below are links to some of the datasets indicated as high-value by user views.
One of the main goals of DHS Open Data is to facilitate the release of DHS high-value datasets whenever possible. High-value datasets include data that: were previously not provided but increase accountability and responsiveness, increase public knowledge, further the core mission of DHS, create economic opportunity or respond to identified needs or demands. DHS will continue to make more datasets available as we follow our process for identifying and approving the release of high-value datasets. If you have ideas or suggestions for new datasets or datasets you have seen on one of the DHS web sites then join in the conversation at My DHS Idea, our online ideation platform. You can also email your ideas to OCDO_HQ@hq.dhs.gov.
Key datasets and resources published by the Office of Immigration Statistics. The Office of Immigration Statistics has responsibility to carry out two statutory requirements: 1) to collect and disseminate to Congress and the public data and information useful in evaluating the social, economic, environmental, and demographic impact of immigration laws; and 2) to establish standards of reliability and validity for immigration statistics collected by the Department’s operational Components.
The trade in counterfeit and pirated goods threatens America’s innovation economy, the competitiveness of our businesses, the livelihoods of U.S. workers, and, in some cases, national security and the health and safety of consumers.
The purpose of the Coast Guard Maritime Information Exchange (CGMIX) website is to make Coast Guard maritime information available on the public internet in the form of searchable databases. Much of the information on the CGMIX website comes from the Coast Guard’s Marine Information for Safety and Law Enforcement (MISLE) information system.
The DHS Annual Employee Surveys (AES) are conducted to collect data on Department employees' perceptions of workforce management, organizational accomplishments, agency goals, leadership, and communication.
You need to get things done and DHS is there to help you do just that. The DHS.gov website hosts a rich assortment of online applications to help you get it done online.
FEMA offers several ways for you to receive automatic updates on press releases, disaster declarations, their latest blog posts, and information from their partners.
USCIS regularly publishes a variety of reports on the numbers of application receipts and other topics.
Provides national foundation-level geospatial data within the open public domain that can be useful to support community preparedness, resiliency, research, and more.