An audit to determine whether NYCEM appropriately monitored the performance of SLSCO LP (SLSCO)—a vendor contracted to manage COVID-19 vaccination sites—and whether its invoices were properly reviewed and approved.
To inform the City’s rulemaking process for Local Law 97, the Office of the New York City Comptroller reviewed how emissions calculations and the use of Renewable Energy Credits should be best structured to maximize LL97’s climate, environmental, economic, and health benefits.
Analysis of Student Allocation Memorandum 65 to assess what is currently known about where students from families seeking asylum have enrolled in school and the budgets of those schools, and to prompt strategic thinking about the resources and attention necessary to help these students succeed.
This report details allocations to MWBE asset management firms managing assets for the New York City Retirement Systems, the status of “emerging manager” programs, the MWBDVE Brokerage Program for the Retirement Systems, the efforts of the Bureau of Public Finance to expand work with diverse firms.
For the 10-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, the Office of the New York City Comptroller and Urban Ocean Lab partnered on an assessment of community-led climate resilience initiatives that developed in the wake of the storm.
Audit to determine whether the Educational Construction Fund (ECF) had adequate oversight over the lessees’ compliance with the leases and other relevant agreements and that lessees paid ECF in accordance with the terms of the Lease Agreements associated with the East 57th Street project.
The objective of this audit was to determine the extent to which the 13 recommendations made in the Audit Report on the New York City Department of Buildings’ (DOB) Controls over Field Inspectors (Audit # MD18-078A), issued on December 21, 2018, have been implemented.