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.
Biennial report required pursuant to the Identifying Information Law, containing information related to the collection and disclosure of identifying information by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Biennial report (FORM 3) required pursuant to the Identifying Information Law, containing information related to the New York City Equal Employment Practices Commission's (EEP) collection, retention, and disclosure of identifying information.
This report provides a summary of the outcomes achieved by the two winners of the NYCx Co-Labs Housing Rights Challenge; Heat Seek and JustFix.nyc. It also includes lessons learned for working on open innovation, community engagement, urban pilots as well as policy recommendations for NYC agencies.
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.
DOI's statistics for Calendar Yearend (“CY”) 2020, demonstrate the consequential impact that COVID-19 had on the ability to conduct investigations, advance criminal matters in the courts, and generate complaints into the agency.
New York City Labor Force Data, Not Seasonally Adjusted August 2020 Monthly employment data for New York City based on payroll surveys conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in collaboration with the New York State Department of Labor. The data is seasonally adjusted by the OMB.
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.
Community profiles with a demographic overview and description of community boundaries and sections organized around a 2Gen approach: Cultural Connections, Health and Wellbeing, Economic Assets, and Education.
DSNY's Identifying Information Law Report, in accordance with Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2017, details what information DSNY keeps about the general public and about internal personnel, and how that information is used.
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,
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
A report specifying the policies, procedures and designations for the management of the different types of identifying information collected, retained, and disclosed by the agency in compliace to the Identifying Information Law
This is the list of required publications mandated by NYC Charter Chapter 49, Section 1133(b), including a link to each filed report or late notice. Note: links only are active for reports filed since January 1, 2020.