This report looks at the progress since Mayor de Blasio’s overhaul of Build It Back, the impact of the recommendations outlined in One City Rebuilding Together, and the City’s plans to complete the Build It Back program.
The City Charter requires that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) publish documentation of forecasting methodologies used for projecting tax revenues for those taxes which account for five percent or more of total City tax revenues.
This report specifies all facilities managed by the Department with accessible features. Also listed in the report are projects (a) designed in 2015 to comply with the 2010 standards for accessible design, (b) which completed construction in 2015 which comply with the 2010 standards
Curbside and Containerized collection routes serve individual districts; trucks on these routes pass over scales each day which transmit tonnage data into DSNY's centralized computer system. For this reason, monthly statistics, by Community Districts, can be tracked and reported.
The Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15) Trends Report contains data reported to the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) in each Business Improvement District’s (BID) FY15 Annual Report. Data was self-reported by each BID and should be treated as a guide.
The sale of tax liens is an enforcement mechanism used in cities throughout the
country. The New York City Tax Lien Sale program (the Program) originated in 1996
with the intent of improving real property tax compliance, and as a last-resort
enforcement and collection mechanism
The report describes the implementation of Local Law 101 of 2015, requires enforcement action against owners who fail to repair hazardous and inoperable elevators to be made by the Department of Buildings (DOB) to the Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD).
All senior procurement personnel of Mayoral Agencies, including Agency Chief Contracting Officers, Deputy Agency Chief Contracting Officers, and relevant MOCS staff, are required to complete an initial PTI certification within the first 2 years of their appointment and thereafter recertify.
The Comptroller’s Office is charged with a number of New York City Charter (“Charter”) mandated responsibilities intended to safeguard the City’s financial health and root out waste, fraud and abuse in local government, including contract registration.