Executive Order No. 31 shall take effect immediately. Chapter 225 provides the Public Housing Preservation Trust be governed by Board of Trustees, Chief Housing Officer of the City of New York, performs the duties and powers commensurate to a Deputy Mayor in areas of public policy, and housing.
Executive Order No. 29, dated, March 16, 2023, designation, there shall be six Deputy Mayors, a Chief Housing Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Efficiency Officer, Chief of Staff, Chief Advisor, Chief Counsel to the Mayor, Dir. of Intergovernmental; etc. order shall take effect immediately.
Executive Order No. 27 is being submitted by the power vested by the Mayor to appoint a Chief Public Realm Officer who will be reporting to the Deputy Mayor for Operations, dated February 16, 2023, effective immediately.
Executive Order No. 24, dated January 27, 2023 is being submitted for the effectiveness and integrity of city government operations where there shall be a Mayor's Office of Risk Management and Compliance and there shall be a Mayor's Office of Municipal Services Assessment effective immediately.
Executive Order No. 17, dated May 16, 2022, as it relates to Chief Investment Advisor, whereas the City has five pension systems that offer defined benefit retirement plans to nearly 350,000 City employees and 320,000 retirees or their beneficiaries: the New York City Employees' Retirement System.
Executive Order No. 18 dated May 16, 2022 as it relates to Chief Pension Administrator, whereas the Comptroller, through the Bureau of Asset Management is the investment advisor to, and custodian of, the five System funds.
Executive Order No. 14, dated April 12, 2022, Mayor's Advisory Committee On The Judiciary, established in the Office of the Mayor to recruit, to evaluate, to consider and to nominate judicial candidates highly qualified for appointment and to evaluate the incumbent judges for reappointment.
Establishes the titles, duties, and responsibilities of the six Deputy Mayors, the Chief of Staff to the Mayor, and the Chief Counsel to the mayor and City Hall. Revokes Executive Order No. 56, dated March 21, 2021.
Executive Order No. 2 orders specific agencies (DOB, DCWP, DEP, FDNY, DOHMH, and DSNY) to identify and review the procedures for the most frequently enforced provisions of the law for each agency and creates a working group to review agency suggestions.