The DEI-EEO Plan, mandated by the New York City Charter, communicates the agency's intention to promote EEO and diversity and inclusion by continuing effective measures of implementing new strategies and programs that prevent, diminish, or eliminate barriers to equal opportunity employment.2023
A report on total overtime hours recorded and total overtime paid to employees of the New York city housing authority for the prior calendar year. The data in such report shall be aggregated by borough and housing development and disaggregated by department and job title
A report on the number of small procurement contracts, as defined by New York city housing authority procurement rules, 2 awarded during the prior calendar year. Such report shall include the dollar value of each contract, a description of the goods or services procured, the name of the vendor and the date the contract was awarded
The New York City Department of Investigation (DOI) is submitting this report pursuant
to Section 12-113 of the New York City Administrative Code, the City’s “Whistleblower
Protection Law.” Section 4, Subdivision (i) of the law provides that, “[n]ot later than October 31 of each year.
The Department of Investigation’s (“DOI”) Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD (“OIG-NYPD”) released its first Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology (“POST”) Act Report pursuant to Local Law 65. In this first Report, OIG-NYPD assessed NYPD’s overall compliance with the POST Act.
The New York City Police Department (“NYPD”) conducts widespread surveillance in the public domain using data gathered by sophisticated technology throughout New York City.1 That technology has the capability to gather information about millions of people who move around the City.
A report on total overtime hours recorded and total
overtime paid to employees of the New York city housing authority for the
prior calendar year. The data in such report shall be aggregated by borough
and housing development and disaggregated by department and job title.