The New York City Department for the Aging Language Access Plan complies with Local Law 73 and Executive Order No. 120 of July 2008, titled Citywide Policy on Language Access to Ensure the Effective Delivery of City Services. DFTA has had a Language Access policy and plan since fiscal 2009. This upd
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.
On or before September thirtieth, two thousand and three, and on or before the last day of every quarter thereafter, the mayor or his or her designee shall submit to the council and the comptroller a report detailing each small purchase award made pursuant to this section during the quarter.
The Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), in partnership with our foster care provider agencies, conducted the second annual Foster Care Youth Experience Survey in accordance with Local law 146 of 2016.
Pursuant to New York City Administrative Code 6-129(g)1, the following document has been submitted to the NYC Council Speaker. Each mayoral agency which has made eligible procurements in excess of $5MM during the preceding fiscal year is required to develop and submit an Agency Utilization Plan
This Voter Guide is produced by the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) to help city voters make informed choices at the polls. For every regularly scheduled city primary and general election, the CFB creates and mails a Guide to every registered city voter.
This Report discusses former Procurement Director, William Nelson’s theft of Richmond County District Attorney's Office (RCDA) funds, highlights the array of deficiencies in RCDA’s past fiscal practices, and sets forth DOI’s recommendations.
IDNYC quarterly report Includes, but not limited to, number cards issued, cards to minors, denials made to requesting agencies for information collected about applicants, efforts to promote acceptance such as banks, outreach, & types of services that accept the ID as proof of identity and residency.
Report defines the scope of the problem by listing conditions at all homeless shelter facilities and tracks progress made by the expanded repair program. Includes total number of inspections conducted, new problems found, and violations and other conditions resolved.