List of Accessory Sign Violations Issued from June 1, 2006 to February 9, 2019 from buildings in the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island, indicating the type of violation with a Standard Description of Section of Law.
The NYC Well-Being Index is designed to help understand the well-being of communities. It is a composite measure with nine domains: Education, Economic Security, Housing, Health, Community Safety, Infrastructure and Core Services, and Community Vitality, COVID-19 and Equity.
The agency's 2020 Agency Report detailing the identifying information that agency collects and the processes and procedures that the agency uses to protect identifying information from being improperly disseminated,
This Final Letter Report concerns the New York City Comptroller’s audit of the New York County District Attorney’s Office’s (DANY’s) provision of translation services. The objective of this audit was to determine whether DANY is providing translation services.
The objective of this audit was to determine whether the City’s Department of Finance (DOF) has controls in place to ensure that: (1) DOF can readily identify all Service Providers subject to the law’s requirement to collect the 911 surcharge...
The Agency Procurement Indicators Report for Fiscal 2018 demonstrates the impact of procurement and provides information on the City’s procurement spending from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. This report provides a view into what the City buys and how we buy it.
On or before September thirtieth, two thousand and three, and on or before the last day of every quarter thereafter, the mayor or his or her designee shall submit to the council and the comptroller a report detailing each small purchase award made pursuant to this section during the quarter.
This is the second annual publication of the Pay and Demographics Report on City of New York agency workforce pay and employment information in compliance with Local Law 18 of 2019. The Report is based on City employee data as of December 31, 2019.
The Identifying Information Law requires each agency to submit a report regarding, among other items, the collection, retention, and disclosure of identifying information by such agency and their "human services" contractors or subcontractors, by no later than July 3, 2018, and every two years after
The Mayor's Office of Information Privacy, lead by the Chief Privacy Officer, has released the city's first privacy protection protocols for the City of New York. This Policy sets forth the baseline requirements for City agencies relating to the protection of identifying information.
This document is the compliance plan required by the Administrative Code of the City of New York, Section 23-506: a compliance plan with a summary description of public data sets under the control of each agency.
Executive Order 50, ESTABLISHING AN ALGORITHMS MANAGEMENT AND POLICY OFFICER, following recommendations of a mayoral task force established and convened relating to the use of automated decision systems ("ADS") in City government.
Report on status of data publication plan for the Dept of Records and Information Services, including any public dataset(s) that the agency is able or unable to make available, reasons why datasets are not made available to the public, and target dates of when data will be available to the public.
Report on which public data set or sets agency is unable to make available, the reasons why it cannot do so and the date by which the agency expects that such public data set or sets will be available on the single web portal.