EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 71
June 21, 2021
CENTER FOR FAITH AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
WHEREAS community organizations, including faith organizations, serve as important sources of guidance and information for people throughout New York City; and WHEREAS those organizations can be significant partners for
This report shows the performance of the Health, Education, and Human Services, the Infrastructure, Administrative, and Community Services, the Public Safety and Legal Affairs, the Business and Cultural Affairs, and Non-Mayoral Agencies.
The NYC Green Infrastructure Plan continues the implementation of PlaNYC, not only by improving water quality, but by helping the City achieve cleaner air and greener streets. Included are data and information on the initiatives taken as well as predictions for future costs and progress.
This report found that existing Federal and State protections protect New York City's tidal wetlands and large freshwater wetlands from threats related to land use and development. Included are diagrams and descriptions of the studies carried out on wetland areas in New York City.
This 2012 annual report describes the institutional and organizational steps taken, design standards created, and pilot and demonstration projects implemented for ongoing data collection to improve the City's green initiative, as well as approaches for citywide implementation developed over the past year.
This strategy's analysis and other considerations have led the City to establish an overall goal and initiatives to achieve this goal by addressing four key areas: protection, mitigation, restoration, and assessment of the City's wetland areas.
This second annual report analyzes New York City benchmarking data collected for calendar year 2011 from 13,258 properties encompassing 24,071 buildings, constituting more than two billion square feet of real estate.
A Stronger, More Resilient New York is a roadmap for producing a truly sustainable 21st century New York. The implementation of the plan would guarantee a safer and stronger City against damages caused by catastrophes like Hurricane Sandy. Included are data and information on past events, how the City can be strengthened, and how much the City could save as a result of this plan.
The Mayor's Management Report and the Preliminary Mayor's Management Report cover the operations of City agencies that report directly to the Mayor. Three additional non-Mayoral agencies are included,
for a total of 44 agencies and organizations. Acrivities that have direct impact on New Yorkers - including the provision of support services to other agencies are the focus of the report.
No later than October 30, 2020, the Citywide Privacy Protection Committee shall communicate recommendations with the city agency reports required pursuant to section 23-1205 to the applicable city agencies, the mayor, the speaker of the council, and the CPO.
The NYC Mayor's Office of Workforce Development (WKDEV) and the New York Association for Training and Employment Professionals, in partnership with the City University of New York, hosted a one day Career Pathways Learning lab. The event, sponsored by JP Morgan Chase & Co., engaged 240 local, state, and national partners and experts in sharing and learning about best practices in career pathways implementation. This brief highlights reflections on the career pathways concept, the current state of the City's ability to implement this strategy, and proposed next steps for building a robust network of career pathway programs.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a major shift in workforce development to better train New Yorkers for good-paying jobs and help secure job placements in fast-growing fields. Based on a report,Career Pathways, the administration will invest in middle-skill job training for up to 30,000 people each year, prioritize good-paying full-time job placements at workforce agencies, and require companies doing business with the City to move New Yorkers to the front of the hiring line.
One year after Mayor de Blasio released the Career Pathways report laying out the administration's vision to transform workforce development, the City announced significant progress in several key areas of the report.
First-ever municipal tech engagement program calls on industry to develop new technologies that transform public life, spur economic growth, improve service delivery and increase digital inclusion for all New Yorkers.
The 2021 Disparity Report analyzes city-wide trends in racial disparities for youth and young adults in New York City across 28 indicators. The report finds that while disparities persist in four sectors (education, economic security, health and justice), outcomes have improved significantly.