Over the past decade, MuckRock has grown from a simple records request tool to a network of open source platforms that help journalists, researchers, and the public better understand how the world around them works. Help define our next ten years with one of two positions we’ll be hiring for in the coming months.
The state of Tennessee has taken a small step toward more transparency on the incentives it offers businesses to locate or expand in the state.
Much of urban America is in the market for ways to handle the pressures that come with growing and changing populations. Enter “smart cities:” The movement to make municipal planning more efficient and effective for residents, which has a lot of champions but no one-size-fits-all program.
We are thrilled to announce that the News Integrity Initiative has awarded us a $250,000 grant over 18 months to support the technical side of the merger between DocumentCloud and MuckRock and support the expansion of all our services beyond journalism.
We’re looking for our next round of News Nerds in Residence, who will work with the teams at DocumentCloud, MuckRock and Quartz to build chat-based “super powers” that can be used by tens of thousands of people.