An audit of the development and implementation of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Disease-Tracking system, the Person Registry Information Management Environment system (PRIME). The system automates the collection, tracking, and analysis of disease reports in New York City.
This audit on the Effectiveness of the Compliant Inspection Program for Food Establishments by the DOHMH determined whether it effectively followed up on complaints against food establishments. The Program of BFSCS is ineffective in following up on complaints against food establishments.
Audit conducted on the Telebeam Telecommunications Corp., which provided the required public service advertising that it promised in the Franchise Agreement with NYC but did not comply with the rest of the agreement, underreporting funds and revenue. DOITT must keep a stronger watch on Telebeam.
An audit report on Other Than Personal Service Expenditures of the Bronx County District Attorney's Office for July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005 on whether the Office complied with purchasing and inventory procedures for OTPS expenditures as set forth in New York City applicable rules and guidelines.
Audit Report on the All My Children Daycare & Nursery School's screening of personnel through the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse & Maltreatment and whether they are in compliance with relevant statutes and regulations
Letter report on the results of audit to determine whether NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation is maintaining and inspecting its playgrounds located on New York City Housing Authority property appropriately
Audit Report on the Office of Collective Bargaining (OCB) to determine whether OCB's controls over its inventory of computers and related equipment adequately monitor, safeguard and adhere to requirements governing computer-related assets
Audit Report on the New York City Housing Authority's Tenant Selection Process to determine whether new applicants awaiting NYCHA apartments are selected from certified waiting lists and meet screening requirements.
Letter Audit Report summarizing the findings of an audit on the compliance of FirstFlight Heliport, LLC d/b/a Saker Aviation Services, Inc. with its obligations under its concession agreement with NYC, including its operation of the Downtown Manhattan Heliport
Audit Report on the New York City Department of Education to determine whether it has adequate controls in place to ensure that violent and disruptive incidents that occur at public schools attended by middle and high school students are accurately reported according to requirements
Audit to determine whether NYCEM is complying with Local Law 25, intended to make City agencies and ultimately the City as a whole more accessible to foreign born residence whose primary language is not English. One in a series of audits conducted on compliance with Local Law 25.
The objective of this audit was to determine whether the wireless internet (Wi-Fi) services in New York City parks provided by AT&T, Spectrum and Altice USA is operating effectively. The audit found that overall, the Wi-Fi services provided by these providers generally operated as intended.