Plan including 1. criteria for the distribution and retention of city-issued parking permits; 2. an assessment of the appropriate number of city-issued parking permits necessary for essential government services; and 3. proposed steps to curb unnecessary or excessive issuance of city-issued parking permits.
Report on agency services to veterans
Report on the total number of Mitchell-Lama housing applications received from veterans or their surviving spouses who have identified themselves as the head of household on such applications; (2) the total number of Mitchell-Lama housing applications approved by the department of housing preservation and development for veterans or their surviving spouses who have identified themselves as the head of household on such application; (3) the total number of fee-exempt mobile food vending licenses and food vending permits issued by the department of health and mental hygiene to veterans, (4) the number of general vending licenses issued by the department of consumer affairs to veterans; (5) the total number of veterans who submitted an application to the department of consumer affairs for a general vending license; (6) the total number of veterans residing in the city who utilized a HUD-VASH voucher; and (7) the total number of civil service examination applications received by the department of citywide administrative services for which the applicant claimed a veterans credit as provided for in section 85 of the civil service law.
Report compiling the mayoral agencies' reports on implementation for agencies covered by the city's agency-based voter registration law, which requires nineteen agencies to distribute voter registration forms to individuals who are applying for, renewing, or submitting a change of address.
Report compiling the mayoral agencies' reports on implementation for agencies covered by the city's agency-based voter registration law, which requires nineteen agencies to distribute voter registration forms to individuals who are applying for, renewing, or submitting a change of address
For each building inspected by the three-quarter housing task force, the number of violations issued, disaggregated by agency, provided that each building shall be identified in such a way that does not disclose the building's address; and 2. The number of individuals relocated from buildings inspected by the three-quarter housing task force, disaggregated by whether such individuals were given a rental assistance subsidy, the type of subsidy provided, and the type of housing to which the individual was relocated, including but not limited to private apartments, single room occupancy dwellings or temporary housing. With Three Quarter Housing Task Force
A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph nineteen (annual plan) of SectionÂ 815(a),including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies
Standardized customer service training curriculum to be used, to the extent practicable, by relevant agencies for training agency inspectors. After 2013, report shall provide any substantive changes to the standardized customer service training curriculum and shall report the number of agency inspector training programs that were reviewed and the number of such programs that were certified by the office of operations during the prior year
Agencies provide a six-month overview of how many voter registration cards have been distributed as well as how many clicks were received on individual websites transferring clients to the voter registration portal.
In 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio issued Executive Order 47, requiring City agencies, and the NYC Department of Education, NYC Health + Hospitals, and NYCHA, to spend at least half of their annual print and digital advertising budgets on community and ethnic media outlets. This is the FY2020 report.