The Diversity & EEO Plan, mandated by the New York City Charter, communicates the agency’s intention to promote EEO and diversity and inclusion by continuing effective measures or implementing new strategies and programs that prevent, diminish, or eliminate barriers to equal opportunity employment.
Period runs from July 2023-June 2024
Plan to improve and monitor equal opportunity employment including reminders to staff
Staff composition and Equal Employment Opportunity Staff- incl. CDIO
Annual fair and effective affirmative employment plan to provide equal employment opportunity for minority g
Pursuant to Local Law 12 of 2023, this report articulates our 5-year accessibility plan, divided into Physical Access, Programmatic Access, Effective Communications, Digital Access, and Workplace Inclusion. The Plan reviews challenges and the steps implemented or planned to address them.
The accessibility plan outlines the steps that are being taken and will be taken to “ensure that the agency’s workplace, services, programs, and activities are accessible to and accommodating and inclusive of persons with disabilities."
The ideal emergency procurement system exists alongside robust risk assessment and planning mechanisms, so that the City does not have to rely on emergency contracts if its needs can be met by other means.
The New York City AI Action Plan sets out priority initiatives for city government that speak to the urgency of our present moment and chart a clear course forward to harness the power of AI to benefit New Yorkers while protecting them from its potential harms.
DSNY's Borough Snow Plans describe measures DSNY will take to fight winter weather, clear streets for safe transportation, and address issues of public safety related to snow and ice conditions. These are published pursuant to the requirements set forth under Local Law 28 of 2011.
The 2022 CAPER reports on New York City’s one-year progress (January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2022) in using its annual entitlement grants award to address the priority needs and goals articulated in the City’s Consolidated Five-Year Strategic Plan for plan years 2021-2025.
The 2023 Proposed Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan (the “Proposed Action
Plan”) is the City of New York’s annual application to the United States Department of
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the four Office of Community Planning and Development entitlement programs.
On behalf of the Queens County District Attorney’s Office, we wholeheartedly support and enforce the rights and protections afforded by the New York City EEO Policy, the City and State Human Rights Law.
The report on the FY 2024 Preliminary Budget includes the Comptroller’s office’s economic forecast and analysis of budgetary risks facing the City of New York, including updated analysis of the cost of collective bargaining agreements and the provision of services for asylum seekers.
The Citizen Participation Plan (CPP) is New York City’s framework to promote a community-wide dialogue to identify housing and community development priorities and guide the use of funding received from the Community Planning and Development (CPD).
Update to the Borough Pedestrian Safety Action Plans. The report updates the Priority Locations identified in the 2019 Vision Zero Borough Pedestrian Action Plans with current data, Vision Zero innovations, progress on Vision Zero initiatives, and introduces new actions.