The 2016 New York City Guide for the Diplomatic & Consular Corps provides useful information on accessing a range of City services and addressing City-related issues in an effort to aid Mission and Consular officials as they integrate fully and seamlessly into the fabric of the City of NYC.
This guide provides a summary of the rights and responsibilities, pertinent to residential properties and leases, of diplomatic tenants and their landlords in New York City. It also includes steps that can be taken to address violations, as well as relevant points of contact.
Local Law 11 of 2012 requires City-managed data be made available to the public through a single web portal. This document defines the Citywide policies, standards, and guidelines required to support that legislation as amended.
In February 2021, the Chief Privacy Officer (“CPO”) released revised privacy protection policies and protocols for New York City (“CPO Policies”). The CPO, who heads Mayor’s Office of Information Privacy (“MOIP”), first issued the CPO Policies in January 2019.
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