|Visits to all domains over 30 days||CSV||Daily|
|Top downloads yesterday||CSV||Daily|
|Top traffic sources (30 days)||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Top exit pages (30 days)||CSV JSON||Daily|
|All pages people are visiting||CSV||Every 5 minutes|
|Total people online||JSON||Every 5 minutes|
|Visitors per country||JSON||Every 5 minutes|
|Visitors per city||JSON||Every 5 minutes|
|Web browsers||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Versions of Internet Explorer||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Operating systems||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Versions of Windows||CSV JSON||Daily|
|OS & browser (combined)||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Windows & browser (combined)||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Windows & IE (combined)||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Screen sizes||CSV JSON||Daily|
|Device model||CSV JSON||Daily|
This data provides a window into how people are interacting with the government online. The data comes from a unified Google Analytics account for U.S. federal government agencies known as the Digital Analytics Program. This program helps government agencies understand how people find, access, and use government services online. The program does not track individuals, and anonymizes the IP addresses of visitors.
Not every government website is represented in this data. Currently, the Digital Analytics Program collects web traffic from around 400 executive branch government domains, across about 5,700 total websites, including every cabinet department. We continue to pursue and add more sites frequently; to add your site, email the Digital Analytics Program.
This open source project is in the public domain, which means that this website and its data are free for you to use without restriction. You can find the code for this website and the code behind the data collection on GitHub.
You can download the data here. Available in JSON and CSV format.
Additionally, you can access data via our API project (currently in Alpha).