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Users should always consult the META file to determine if a given feed has been updated since the last import. If no changes have been made there is no benefit to downloading either the .zip or .gz files. This approach should result in a reasonable use of less than 200 requests per day.
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Each of the data feeds is described by an associated plain text file with the same name as the .xml file with a .meta extension. These files are updated approximately every two hours to reflect changes within their respective feed file. For example, if the name of the file is nvdcve-1.1-Modified.json then the .meta file name will be nvdcve-1.1-Modified.meta. The .meta file contains information about the specific feed file including the last modified date and time, the size of the file uncompressed, and a SHA256 value of the uncompressed file:
The searchable database contains the last 10 years of medical device report (MDR) data. MAUDE may not include reports made according to exemptions, variances, or alternative reporting requirements granted under 21 CFR 803.19. The downloadable data files consist of voluntary reports since June 1993, user facility reports since 1991, distributor reports since 1993, and manufacturer reports since August 1996.
Downloading Hint: When downloading the MAUDE data files to a database such as Microsoft Access, it is recommended that you first open, then save the data file in Microsoft Word. This will add an "end of record" marker to each MAUDE record that can be recognized by Microsoft ACCESS. For files such as the FOIDEV files, you may need to put in an extra character at the end of the first record prior to importing the file, otherwise the last column of data may be lost.
The H-2A Employer Data Hub includes data from fiscal years 2015 through 2022 (quarter 4) on petitioners who submitted petitions to employ H-2A nonimmigrant workers during that timeframe. On the hub, you can query data by fiscal year, employer (petitioner) name, city, state, ZIP code, worksite state, North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code, and Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code. The H-2A Employer Data Hub has data on consular processing, wage levels, and the first adjudicative decision (i.e., approval or denial) that USCIS made on petitions for initial and continuing employment. It identifies employers by the last four digits of their tax identification number. You can download annual and query-specific data in comma separated values (CSV) file format. For more information on the data, visit the Understanding Our H-2A Employer Data Hub page. 041b061a72