A report on the agency's efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan adopted pursuant to paragraph 19 (annual plan) of Section 815(a), including details of agency's efforts to implement equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment, including provisional, seasonal, per-diem and part-time employees, new hiring and promotions in a manner which facilitates understanding of an agency's efforts to provide fair and effective equal opportunity employment for minority group members, women and members of other groups who are employed by, or who seek employment with, city agencies.
Report compiling the mayoral agencies' reports on implementation for agencies covered by the city's agency-based voter registration law, which requires nineteen agencies to distribute voter registration forms to individuals who are applying for, renewing, or submitting a change of address
Report detailing its efforts to provide living wage jobs, indicating whether an agreement with the economic development subsidy recipient mandated the payment of a living wage for any jobs created by the project. If the agreement includes such a mandate, the city or city economic development entity will provide an analysis outlining the number of living wage jobs anticipated to be created beyond those jobs for which a living wage is required pursuant to this section and a description of the applicable penalties if the wage requirement in the agreement is not ultimately fulfilled. If the agreement does not include such a mandate, the city or city economic development entity will explain why such an agreement could not be reached. With Industrial Development Agency (NYCIDA)
Report shall include a statistical summary of the complaints received during such fiscal year, categorized by agency, type of complaint, agency response, mode of resolution, and such other factors as the public advocate deems appropriate; an analysis of recurring complaints and the public advocate's recommendations for administrative, legislative or budgetary actions to resolve the underlying problems causing the complaints; a summary of the findings and recommendations of the agency program reviews conducted during the fiscal year and a summary of the agency responses to such findings and recommendations; a summary of the charter requirements which, in the opinion of the public advocate are not being implemented by the city agencies and officers subject to them, including a description of the nature and extent of the failure to comply and a summary of the responses of the agencies or officers to the public advocate's conclusions; and a summary of improvements in charter compliance since the public advocate's last annual report . The report shall include an assessment of the fiscal implications of any recommendations presented
Annual summary report on findings from all investigations, reviews, studies, audits and other activities of the DOC, including (a) a description of all significant findings from the investigations, reviews, studies, and audits conducted in the preceding year; (b) a description of the recommendations for corrective action made in the preceding year; (c) an identification of each recommendation described in previous annual reports on which corrective action has not been implemented or completed; and (d) the number of open investigations, reviews, studies, or audits that have been open, as of the close of the preceding calendar year, for a time period of (1) six months up to and including one year, (2) more than one year up to and including two years, (3) more than two years up to and including three years, and (4) more than three years
Report including 1. A list and description of the services provided by the department; 2. The total number of employees, a list of functional titles, the number of employees in each functional title and a summary of the general responsibilities for each title; 3. The total number of engagements, per month, disaggregated by the types of services provided, whether the service was provided at the department's office, a resource center or in the field, and borough; 4. The types of services veterans have inquired about, including through 311 calls, per month, disaggregated by type of service, and borough where applicable; 5. The methods by which the department provides information to veterans and their families, caretakers and active service members and the methods by which veterans and their families learned about the department; 6. A list of the field services provided by the department in each borough, per month; and 7. The methods utilized by the department in calculating its report on the performance indicators herein.
No later than September 17, 2008, and no later than every September 17 thereafter, the office shall submit to the mayor, the speaker of the council, the public advocate and the comptroller and post on its website a report regarding actions taken by the office pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, including changes in citywide emissions, changes in city government emissions, a description of the programs developed and implemented, and a description of the education and outreach activities developed and implemented.
Report regarding claims for payment for tuition or services that were made by parents of a student with a disability pursuant to a due process complaint notice filed during the preceding academic year or a ten-day notice filed for the preceding academic year, and that resulted in a written settlement agreement.
Report including 1. The total number of domestic violence complaints, disaggregated by precinct; 2. The total number of chronic domestic violence complaints, disaggregated by borough; 3. The total number of domestic violence offenders, disaggregated by precinct; 4. The total number of chronic offenders, disaggregated by precinct; 5. The scope of outreach efforts by the department to victims of domestic violence in cases where a perpetrator violates an order of protection issued by a court of competent jurisdiction; and 6. Any other interventions by the department that relate to domestic violence.
The variable supplements board shall publish annually in the City Record a report for the preceding year showing the assets of the housing police superior officers' variable supplements fund and a statement as to the accumulated cash and securities of such fund as certified by the comptroller, and shall set forth in such report such other facts, recommendations and data as the board may deem pertinent
Report on implementation of Lead Poisoning Prevention Program including an analysis of the department's program, a detailed statement of revenue and expenditures and statistical section designed to provide a detailed explanation of the department's enforcement. Due within four months after the close of the first fiscal year after which this article takes effect and for every fiscal year thereafter
Report containing information on 1. Locations of all known lead water service lines 2. Efforts underway to replace lead water supply mains and service lines; and 3. The status of public outreach and education efforts on the prevention of lead contamination.
Report on recommendations on means by which the [duplication and] fragmentation of the provision of housing for, and delivery of services to, the homeless may be reduced and the efficiency, effectiveness and economy of service delivery may be enhanced. With Interagency Coordinating Council on the Homeless
A report for the previous school year including the following for each school: 1. The district borough number; and 2. The number of employees, disaggregated by: (a) Teaching staff; (b) Leadership staff; and (c) Other professional and paraprofessional staff disaggregated by various factors
For each public high school, the total number of students enrolled in grades nine through twelve in the preceding school year and the number and percentage of such students who: 1. Receive special education services; 2. Are English language learners; 3. Are eligible for the federal free or reduced price meals program; 4. Reside in temporary housing; and 5. Are enrolled over the counter, disaggregated by various factors
The variable supplements board shall publish annually in the City Record a report for the preceding year showing the assets of the transit police superior officers' variable supplements fund and a statement as to the accumulated cash and securities of such fund as certified by the comptroller, and shall set forth in such report such other facts, recommendations and data as the board may deem pertinent
Report on the New York City Climate Protection Act by reporting annual greenhouse gas inventories. Such reports shall include changes in citywide and city government emissions measured in carbon dioxide equivalent achieved for the previous calendar year, relative to such emissions for the base year for citywide emissions. It shall also include a description of the programs developed and implemented, a list of the entities participating in such programs of which the office is aware and a description of the education and outreach activities developed and implemented.
Annual Report on the implementation of Local Law 55 of 2011 Clean Waterfront Plan includes: (i) the number of complaints received by the city concerning conduct that constitutes waterfront dumping, littering on any streets or public places located on waterfront property, the abandoning of vehicles, vessels and crafts on waterfront property and the improper handling and storage of merchandise and materials on wharves, piers, docks and bulkheads. (ii) the number of summonses and notices of violation, respectively, issued by each agency for violations of any law, rule or regulation relating to waterfront dumping, littering on any streets or public places located on waterfront property, the abandoning of vehicles, vessels and crafts on waterfront property and the improper handling and storage of merchandise and materials on wharves, piers, docks and bulkheads; (iii) the total amount of civil penalties imposed for such notices of violation by the environmental control board; (iv) any changes made to the Clean Waterfront Plan; (v) a summary of any rules promulgated to implement the Clean Waterfront Plan; and (vi) recommendations for appropriate legislation and improved enforcement with respect to the Clean Waterfront Plan.
Such annual report shall, at a minimum, provide quantitative data including the number of facilities for which facility inventory forms have been filed pursuant to this chapter; the number of complaints received; the number of civilian complaints filed; the number of inspections performed pursuant to this chapter; the number of notices of violation issued pursuant to this chapter; and other issues.
Report identifying contracted entity's retention or designation of a person or organization to engage in lobbying or lobbying activities before the council or any member thereof, the city planning commission, a borough president, a borough board or a community board andÂ the contracted entity's making or incurring an expenditure to, or on behalf of, a person or organization to engage in lobbying or lobbying activities before the council or any member thereof, the city planning commission, a borough president, a borough board or a community board