The Mayor's Management Report (MMR) serves as a public account of City agencies' performance, measuring if they are delivering services efficiently and effectively. The PMMR provides an early update of how the City is performing four months into the fiscal year.
LL 23 of 2015 requires the Mayor’s Office of Operations to collect and report specified data from a certain set of agencies that provide services to veterans, by category of benefit available to veterans and by veterans’ borough of residence. This information is contained within this report.
This report contains data on services provided to New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) residents, as required by Local Law 163 of 2016. The Mayor’s Office of Operations compiled this report from data submitted by nine City agencies and offices.
The 2022 Proposed Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan (the “Proposed Action Plan”) is the City of New York’s annual application to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the four Office of Community Planning and Development entitlement programs.
The Mayor's Management Report (MMR), which is mandated by the City Charter, serves as a public account of the performance of City agencies, measuring whether they are delivering services efficiently, Review of the implementation of the statement of needs required by Charter Chapter 1, Section 204(h)
The Preliminary Mayor's Management Report includes hundreds of performance indicators from City agencies, and covers the first four months of the fiscal year, including actual versus budgeted performance plus projected performance for next year.
Contains results of an annual review of forms issued by named agencies (ACS, DFTA, DOE, DOHMH, DSS/HRA/DHS, DYCD) that meet the criteria set forth in Local Laws 126, 127, 128 of 2016. The report notes if a form is eligible for updating and, if not, presents reasons why it cannot be.
Local Laws 126, 127, and 128 of 2016 require the Mayor’s Office of Operations to conduct an annual review of all forms issued by ACS, DFTA, DOE, DOHMH, DSS/HRA/DHS, and DYCD that meet criteria set forth in these laws, and to submit a report to the City Council within 60 days of such review.