Audit Report on the All My Children Daycare & Nursery School's screening of personnel through the Statewide Central Register of Child Abuse & Maltreatment and whether they are in compliance with relevant statutes and regulations
Letter report on the results of audit to determine whether NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation is maintaining and inspecting its playgrounds located on New York City Housing Authority property appropriately
Audit Report on the Office of Collective Bargaining (OCB) to determine whether OCB's controls over its inventory of computers and related equipment adequately monitor, safeguard and adhere to requirements governing computer-related assets
Audit Report on the New York City Housing Authority's Tenant Selection Process to determine whether new applicants awaiting NYCHA apartments are selected from certified waiting lists and meet screening requirements.
Letter Audit Report summarizing the findings of an audit on the compliance of FirstFlight Heliport, LLC d/b/a Saker Aviation Services, Inc. with its obligations under its concession agreement with NYC, including its operation of the Downtown Manhattan Heliport
Audit Report on the New York City Department of Education to determine whether it has adequate controls in place to ensure that violent and disruptive incidents that occur at public schools attended by middle and high school students are accurately reported according to requirements
Audit to determine whether NYCEM is complying with Local Law 25, intended to make City agencies and ultimately the City as a whole more accessible to foreign born residence whose primary language is not English. One in a series of audits conducted on compliance with Local Law 25.
Report of an audit to determine whether the Dept of Parks and Rec adequately oversees Construction management consultants to ensure that capital project work is performed as planned and in a timely manner. The audit found that DPR needs to improve its oversight of contracted CMs.
An report on an audit conducted to determine whether the New York City (City) Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) has adequate controls over its inventory of computers and related equipment in compliance with applicable rules and regulations.
Report concerning the New York City Comptroller's audit of the NYC Office of Administrative Tax Appeals' (OATA's) compliance with Local Law 36, which governs waste prevention, reuse and recycling by New York City agencies.
This audit was conducted to determine whether the New York City Administration for Children’s Services’ (ACS) Division of Preventive Services (DPS) properly secures personal information from unauthorized access and has adequate security controls over personally identifiable information (PII).
Audit of the New York City Office of Administrative Tax Appeals Compliance with Local Law 36 Regarding Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recyling, intended to make City agencies and ultimately the City as a whole, more sustainable.
The objective of this audit was to determine whether DOHMH has adequate controls to ensure that initial inspections at UPK GCC centers are conducted in accordance with the agency’s policies and procedures. The audit found that DOHMH needs to strengthen its controls.