Agency biennial report for due in connection with the collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and agency privacy practices and submitted to the Chief Privacy Officer, the Mayor, the City Council Speaker, and the Citywide Privacy Protection Committee.
The agency's 2020 Agency Report detailing the identifying information that agency collects and the processes and procedures that the agency uses to protect identifying information from being improperly disseminated,
Report on which public data set or sets agency is unable to make available, the reasons why it cannot do so and the date by which the agency expects that such public data set or sets will be available on the single web portal.
Local Law 75 of 2018 (“LL75”), instructs the Mayor’s Office to produce a study on client information management systems used by City health and human services (HHS) agencies and assess the present landscape of information sharing and interoperability among those systems.
List of Accessory Sign Violations Issued from June 1, 2006 to February 9, 2019 from buildings in the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island, indicating the type of violation with a Standard Description of Section of Law.
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.
Reports on the City's State of Good Repair need and the agencies' planned spending to address this need. The program consolidates results of cyclical field surveys and estimates the Capital and Expense needs to keep major City owned facilities and infrastructure in a State of Good Repair.
This memo has been submitted to demonstrate NYCEM's compliance with Local Law 11 of 2012. The required report on open data compliance is compiled and submitted to the portal by the Mayor's Office of Data Analytics.
Report on status of data publication plan for the Dept of Records and Information Services, including any public dataset(s) that the agency is able or unable to make available, reasons why datasets are not made available to the public, and target dates of when data will be available to the public.
This report fulfills the requirements of Local Law 60 of 2018 which mandates that the Mayor’s Office of Operations to study the feasibility of using administrative data to identify New Yorkers who may be eligible for particular benefits and inform those New Yorkers of their potential eligibility.
The Mayor's Management Report (MMR) serves as a public account of City agencies' performance, measuring if they are delivering services efficiently and effectively. The PMMR provides an early update of how the City is performing four months into the fiscal year.
DFTA has crafted “Plan 2025”, which lays out a blueprint for adding new services, and making
enhancements to or transforming existing services, to respond to the needs of the burgeoning
population of older people.