City’s annual Anti-Corruption Report , A progress report on City agencies’ anti-corruption programs, which
includes the vulnerabilities agencies have self-identified as problems and the strategies they are using to remedy
2021 NYC Law Department Annual Report describes some major issues and matters handled by the various Law Department Divisions in 2021. The Law Department handles over 80,000 active or ongoing legal matters each year representing New York City.
Early voting seems to be gaining popularity in NYC, especially in higher turnout elections. The 2020 general election peaked at 36.3% of all voters voting early. The 2021 primary early voting electorate tripled from the 2020 primary.
Pursuant to the Identifying Information Law requirements for city agencies, this is the biennial compliance report. This report contains information concerning the agency's collection, retention, and disclosure of personal identifying information, in accordance with local law.
The Municipal Archives (MA) at the Department of Records and Information Services acquires, preserves, and provides access to City government records. Established in 1977, the department oversees more than 220,000 cubic feet of historical records.
In February 2021, the Chief Privacy Officer (“CPO”) released revised privacy protection policies and protocols for New York City (“CPO Policies”). The CPO, who heads Mayor’s Office of Information Privacy (“MOIP”), first issued the CPO Policies in January 2019.
This is the RJC's biennial Report required under the Identifying Information Act. The Report describes the collection and disclosure of identifying information that has been authorized by the Agency's Agency Privacy Officer, and outlines the Agency's privacy protection practices.