The Accountability Project gives researchers and journalists a powerful, but simple tool to search across data that would otherwise be siloed. Our collection includes more than 1.8 billion public records.
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Journalists regularly use TAP for research and our data has supported investigations across the country. Share your TAP-assisted story -- we love to know and amplify TAP’s impact.
Our data focuses on people, organizations and locations. Browse data sets by collection to see what's available.
Start at the name search to find a person or a business. Drill down further using the dataset search. To explore some of our data more deeply by running your own queries, check out our Datasette collection.
Read more about the project, nominate a dataset to be included in one of our collections, or check out our newest data additions.
This site is a project of The Center for Public Integrity and is supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. TAP was launched in 2019 by The Investigative Reporting Workshop with a grant from the Reva and David Logan Foundation.