Form 3 explains the process by which BPKC collects and discloses identifying information. BPKC only collects that information that is required by law or under City rule. Any information disclosed if any is in the regular course of business, or on a case-by-case basis with the consent of the person
As per Local Law 215/2018, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 106(f), the New York City Department of Veterans' Services is required to submit a report in machine-readable format regarding the operation of the Veteran Resource Centers (VRCs) on a bi-annual basis.
This report is submitted pursuant to section 17-711 of the New York City Administrative Code which requires an annual report regarding the administration and enforcement of the Tobacco Product and Regulation Act.
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.
The Identifying Information Law (IIL) requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial agency reports related to their collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection practices. This document is OCME's 2022 IIL biennial report.
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.
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 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.
Pursuant to the Identifying Information Law, the Board of Correction submits its biennial agency report (Form 3) regarding our collections and disclosures of identifying information, and our privacy practices.
The Identifying Information Law requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial agency reports (Form 3) related to their collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection practices.
In a series of charts and graphs, IBO compares enrollment changes during the first full school year impacted by the pandemic (20-21) with the second school year that just ended (21-22). We explore the different trends among the city’s traditional public schools and its charter schools.
Pursuant to Local Law 182 of 2017, this report summarizes the number of individuals receiving services for autism spectrum disorders provided directly or through programs administered by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in calendar year 2021.
The FDNY coordinates ambulance response to the about one million medical emergencies reported over the 911 system in the city each year. About a quarter of those emergencies are ALS, incidents involving heart attacks and other very serious conditions. IBO analyzes response times of these units.