According to Section 3005 of the Rules of the City of New York (RCNY), DOB Elevator Unit is responsible for performing inspections on Amusement Devices. This is an audit to determine whether DOB has proper controls over these inspections.
This report provides a comparative analysis of the overall financial activities of 90 union‑administered welfare and annuity funds that in 2016 received approximately $1.24 billion in City contributions for the benefit of active and retired City employees.
This audit was conducted to determine whether the three Staten Island Community Boards comply with applicable inventory procedures for office equipment as set forth in DOI’s Standards for Inventory Control and Management and are maintaining effective internal controls over equipment.
Audit of HPD to determine whether HPD's selected contractors meet Procurement Policy Board requirements and HPD's criteria for prequalification and whether Open Market Orders are awarded in accordance with HPD's established criteria.
Audit of the Office of the Public Advocate (PAO) to determine whether the PAO maintains adequate financial controls over purchasing practices for Other Than Personal Service (OTPS) expenditures as required by the city's Procurement Policy Board rules and the Comptroller's Directives
Follow up audit of the Business Integrity Commision to determine whether BIC implemented the nine recommendations made in the prior audit report entitled Audit Report of the Business Integrity Comission's Billing and Collection of Licensing and Registration fees (audit no. FK16-090A).
he New York City (the City) Department of Finance (DOF) is responsible for administering the City’s tax and revenue laws. For Fiscal Year 2018, it reported collecting approximately $39 billion in revenue and valued more than one million properties worth a total market value of more than $1 trillion
This investigative report by Comptroller Scott M. Stringer examines how City agencies charged with eradicating childhood lead poisoning for years missed crucial opportunities to protect children from the immense harms associated with lead exposure.
An Audit of the Department of Buildings to determine whether DOB is in compliance with Local Law 30 which requires that City agencies providing direct or emergency services to the public creating a language access implementation plan and ensure meaningful language access to their services.
Audit of Port Imperial Ferry Corporation to Determine whether PIFC properly reported all revenue, made accurate and timely payments and complied with other major requirements of lease agreement to operate and manage the West Midtown Ferry Terminal and to provide commuter ferry services at Pier 79
Audit of the Queens Economic Development Corporation to determine whether the QEDC maintaine dadequate controls over its fiscal operations complied with internal policies and procedures, bylaws and applicable city and state rules and regulations and expended city funds in accordance with contracts.
Audit of the Department of Small Business Services (DSBS) to determine whether DSBD issued Customized Training Program (CTP) awards to eligible businesses and whether businesses were reimbursed for allowable costs in accordance with CTP Guidelines, CTP agreements and Comptroller's Directive #1.
Audit of the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs to determine whether DCA is in compliance with Local Law 30, which requires that City Agencies providing direct or emergency services to the public create a language access implementation plan and to ensure meaningful language access to their services.
A summary of the findings of our audit of the Department of Transportation's administration of the collection of cash revenue from its parking meters to determine if DOT has adequate controls in place.
This Letter Report concerns the New York City Comptroller’s audit of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s (DOHMH’s) compliance with Local Law 25, which governs the translation of websites of New York City agencies.