The Center for Public Integrity

September 9, 2011 in Community, Policy, Resources

Founded in 1989, the Center for Public Integrity is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit news organizations in the country. Our award-winning newsroom is comprised of reporters, editors and computer-aided reporting experts who dig deep and deliver national and international investigative journalism of enduring significance. The Center’s development team works with foundation partners and individual donors to nurture a steady cash flow to fund our operations. Our underwriting department generates earned revenue to augment the Center’s philanthropic income.

The Center’s mission is to produce original investigative journalism about significant public issues to make institutional power more transparent and accountable.

The Center focuses its investigations on the following areas: money and politics, government waste/fraud/abuse, the environment, healthcare reform, the financial system, national security and state government transparency. We have won more than 50 major journalism awards, including the George Polk Award and numerous honors from the Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Online News Association, Overseas Press Club, Society of Environmental Journalists and the Society of Professional Journalists.

iWatch News is the Center’s online publication dedicated to investigative and accountability reporting. It provides original and exclusive daily stories as well as in-depth investigations and commentary.” SourceThe Center for Public Integrity

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