The Accountability Project now includes the Security and Exchange Commission’s list of active broker-dealers from March 2007 to April 2022. The brokers and dealers on the list are those in the business of buying and selling securities on their own or on behalf of others. They are required to register with the SEC and join a self-regulatory organization …
With COVID-19 cases spiking faster than testing can keep up with, a more useful metric in tracking the pandemic may be how full hospitals are. The Accountability Project runs a number of “datasettes” intended to make the federal data on hospitalization (by hospital, updated weekly, or by state, updated daily) more easy to use, with “canned …
The Accountability Project database now includes 5 million new records with data from federal lobbying disclosure filings. We have collected all filings from the API operated by the Senate Office of Public Records and extracted the relevant data into five new datasets that can now be instantly searched alongside our existing collection: Quarterly lobbying client …
IRW’s Accountability Project is home to hundreds of public datasets across all 50 states. Our data focuses on people, organizations and locations. Our collections cover a wide array of topics, ranging from money in politics to government spending to business ownership and medical facilities.
A roundup of recent news and headlines from the Investigative Reporting Workshop.
IRW’s Accountability Project now includes two decades of searchable federal spending data, recently expanded to include all contracts and financial assistance awarded by the federal government since FY2001.
The Accountability Project is a one-stop shop for anyone wanting to search across a wide array of data that often has been acquired using open-records laws or obtained directly from agency sites.
Requesting and parsing public documents have always been integral parts of the investigative reporter’s toolkit, but COVID-19 has made the process even more difficult.
Two years after going live, TAP hits a major milestone.
Over the course of 2020, the Investigative Reporting Workshop produced 20 investigations into subject areas we’ve focused on since we began publishing 11 years ago: Banking, immigration, health and the environment.