As this report was nearing completion in March 2020, the city’s democratic systems and processes — along with practically every aspect of daily life in New York City — were disrupted by the massive effort to slow the spread of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Through our NYC Votes campaign, the CFB is seeking to restore the connection, person-to-person, and via technology. CFB’s Voter Assistance staff and their volunteer partners have worked tirelessly during the last 12 months to register and engage new voters.
NYC Office of Emergency Management (NYCOEM) recommended that agencies review LL30 and ensure language accessibility in our COVID-19 Action Plan.
After discussion with the Legal Department, we determined that we will post any signage in the lobby or the main window that is intended to inform visitor
On April 9, 2019, the CFB’s Human Resources Director also informed staff during an agency-wide meeting that all staff may provide a preferred name to the HR unit in order to change certain internal records to allow staff to better identify themselves in the workplace.