The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) of New York Annual report on electricity and fossil fuel use in certain City-owned buildings Local Law 45 (2018) Report Fiscal Year 2019 Report 2022 Correction
Preliminary data for fiscal year 2014 indicate the city received about $41 million in revenue from camera-generated redlight, bus-lane, and now speeding summonses, as well as $14 million in ticket revenue from traffic violations written up by police officers.
Over the past five years, total federal aid to New York City has declined from $7.9 billion in 2011 to just under $7.0 billion in 2015, a decrease of roughly $933 million, or nearly 12 percent. The change was mainly due to the drop in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act federal stimulus dollars.
In September 2012, New York City launched a set of juvenile justice initiatives that included the expansion of alternative-to-placement programs for youth ages 7-15 found by Family Court to be juvenile delinquents.
In 2009, the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs concluded a multiyear initiative to reform the Cultural Development Fund, the primary source of city funding for hundreds of arts and cultural organizations throughout the five boroughs.
Over the past 10 years, New York City’s overtime spending has increased from $928 million in 2006 to $1.659 billion in 2015, an increase of $731 million, or close to 80 percent (about 40 percent after accounting for inflation).
The City of New York (City) contracted with MGT Consulting Group (MGT) to conduct a minority- and women-owned business enterprise (M/WBE) Disparity Study. The objective of this study was to conduct a disparity analysis of the utilization of M/WBEs in City contracting, as compared to the availability