USDA Rural Development Launches the Rural Data Gateway Expanding Access to Data on USDA Funded Projects in Rural Communities

New integrated Rural Investment Dashboards make more than a decade of USDA Rural Development (RD) investment history instantly accessible to the public!

This uncomplicated interface allows users to sift through RD data gleaned from investments in rural housing, health care, broadband, businesses, infrastructure and much more. With its project-level county and congressional district data, the Rural Data Gateway opens a new chapter in RD’s ongoing commitment to investment transparency. To learn more, read the full news release.

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