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In accordance with the Identifying information Law, Local Law 245 of 2017, a report regarding, among other items, the collection, retention, and disclosure of identifying information by the agency and “human services”
contractors or subcontractors.
This report contains a compilation of all workers’ compensation claims indexed by the NYC Law Department during 2019. The report includes a breakdown of the expenses paid, a list of specific claims for each agency, as well as specific types and locations of injuries and year-to-year comparisons.
Audit of the Department of Small Business Services (DSBS) to determine whether DSBD issued Customized Training Program (CTP) awards to eligible businesses and whether businesses were reimbursed for allowable costs in accordance with CTP Guidelines, CTP agreements and Comptroller's Directive #1.
Audit of NYC Emergency Management to determine whether NYCEM is in compliance with Local Law 30 which requires that city agencies providing direct or emergency services to the public create a language access implementation plan and to ensure meaningful language access to their services.
An Audit of the Department of Buildings to determine whether DOB is in compliance with Local Law 30 which requires that City agencies providing direct or emergency services to the public creating a language access implementation plan and ensure meaningful language access to their services.
Audit of DCAS development and implementation of the Archibus system to determine whether the system meets its overall goals and whether it has adequate functions to ensure that the information process is reliable and secure from unauthorized access.
Audit of the Queens Economic Development Corporation to determine whether the QEDC maintaine dadequate controls over its fiscal operations complied with internal policies and procedures, bylaws and applicable city and state rules and regulations and expended city funds in accordance with contracts.
Audit of the Office of the Public Advocate (PAO) to determine whether the PAO maintains adequate financial controls over purchasing practices for Other Than Personal Service (OTPS) expenditures as required by the city's Procurement Policy Board rules and the Comptroller's Directives