On behalf of the NYC Campaign Finance Board (CFB), I hereby declare my commitment as the Agency Head to support and enforce the rights and protections afforded by the NY City EEO Policy, the NYC and NY State Human Rights Law, and all other relevant laws, for all employees, applicants for employees.
Voter Analysis Report including the annual report of the coordinator of voter assistance, together with such comments as the commission deems necessary and appropriate, to be forwarded to the mayor, the council, the borough presidents, and all other public officials with responsibilities for policies, programs and appropriations related to voter registration and voting in New York City and to private entities that are currently or potentially involved in activities intended to increase voter registration and voting.
NYC Office of Emergency Management (NYCOEM) recommended that agencies review LL30 and ensure language accessibility in our COVID-19 Action Plan.
After discussion with the Legal Department, we determined that we will post any signage in the lobby or the main window that is intended to inform visitor
Every 4 years and at request of Mayor or City Council or when deemed necessary by the Board, a review and evaluation of the effect of campaign finance upon the conduct of elections in the city (see details)
The Identifying Information Law requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial reports related to their collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection practices.
The CFB’s Human Resources Director also verbally informed staff during an agency-wide meeting on April 9, 2019 that all staff may provide a preferred name directly to the HR unit in order to change certain internal records to allow staff to better identify themselves in the workplace.