This is the second annual publication of the Pay and Demographics Report on City of New York agency workforce pay and employment information in compliance with Local Law 18 of 2019. The Report is based on City employee data as of December 31, 2019.
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 is a record of the NYC Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment's Office of Nightlife's work during its first three years, from 2018 to 2019, and sets forth recommendations regarding nightlife in New York City.
Section 12-127 of the Administrative Code of The City of New York requires that a report concerning workers’ compensation claims by City employees be compiled and transmitted annually to the Mayor, the Comptroller, the Public Advocate and the Speaker of the
List of Reports created by City Agencies to be submitted to the Government Publication Portal. Report lists each mayoral agency and the reports they generate. This report identifies the frequency each report is produced, i.e. as needed, weekly, monthly, annual, semi-annual, bi-annual etc.
The New York City Police Department creates documents that provide a critical and comprehensive look into the department's administration, structure, and policies, and makes them available to the public. This publication discusses the NYPD's work as a year in review.
This document is the compliance plan required by the Administrative Code of the City of New York, Section 23-506: a compliance plan with a summary description of public data sets under the control of each agency.
As this report was nearing completion in March 2020, the city’s democratic systems and processes — along with practically every aspect of daily life in New York City — were disrupted by the massive effort to slow the spread of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
This report contains a compilation of all workers’ compensation claims indexed by the NYC Law Department during 2019. The report includes a breakdown of the expenses paid, a list of specific claims for each agency, as well as specific types and locations of injuries and year-to-year comparisons.
This is the list of required publications mandated by NYC Charter Chapter 49, Section 1133(b), including a link to each filed report or late notice. Note: links only are active for reports filed since January 1, 2020.
(Approved Submission Version) This volume describes the City's performance in using U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development funds. Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Emergency Solutions Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS for 2018.
(Approved Submission Version) This volume contains the four Appendices (NYC Section 3 Reports, 2018 HOME Inspection Reports, Emergency Solutions Grant CAPER Annual Reporting Tool, and 2018 Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS CAPER) for the City's Approved 2018 Consolidated Plan CAPER.
The 2018 annual report of the Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV) provides an overview of the office’s programs, initiatives and policy and training activities. Key programs include the NYC Family Justice Center, the Policy and Training Institute and Outreach unit.
(Proposed Public Comment Version) This volume contains the four Appendices (NYC Section 3 Reports; 2018 HOME Inspection Reports; Emergency Solutions Grant CAPER Annual Reporting Tool; and 2018 Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS CAPER) for the City’s Proposed 2018 Consolidated Plan CAPER.
(Proposed Submission Version) This volume describes the City’s performance in using U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development funds: Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships, Emergency Solutions Grant, and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS for 2018.
(Proposed Submission Version) This volume contains the four Appendices (NYC Section 3 Reports; 2018 HOME Inspection Reports; Emergency Solutions Grant CAPER Annual Reporting Tool; and 2018 Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS CAPER) for the City’s Proposed 2018 Consolidated Plan CAPER.
This report contains a compilation of all workers’ compensation claims indexed by the NYC Law Department during 2018. The report includes a breakdown of the expenses paid, a list of specific claims for each agency, as well as specific types and locations of injuries and year-to-year comparisons.
Office of the New York City Comptroller’s (Comptroller’s Office) Claims Report for fiscal year (FY) 2018, covering July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. This report examines claims filed against and on behalf of the City of New York, outlining trends by claim type.
Pursuant to Local Law 8 of 2016, the Open Data Examination and Verification (E&V) requires MODA to critically examine and report on three specific City agencies’ data inventories while reflecting on ways to improve the City of New York’s Open Data program at large.
The Submission Version of NYC's Proposed Consolidated Plan 2018 - Executive Summary, One-Year Action Plan, & Appendix. It shows the 4th year of a 5-year strategy NYC’s Consolidated Plan years 2015-2019, found in the amended 2015 Consolidated Plan. Submitted to HUD on 8/16/2018.
NYC Law Department 2017 Annual Report describes some of the New York City major issues and matters, such as immigration, education, judicial election reform and environmental policy, that were handled by the various Law Department divisions and support units in 2017.
Through our NYC Votes campaign, the CFB is seeking to restore the connection, person-to-person, and via technology. CFB’s Voter Assistance staff and their volunteer partners have worked tirelessly during the last 12 months to register and engage new voters.
NYC Votes is the voter engagement campaign of the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB). Under the NYC Votes banner, the CFB conducts voter registration drives and events, educates voters about their choices, and works to engage New Yorkers in civic life.
Our annual report for this year contains several widely supported, common-sense proposals to finally bring our election laws into the 21st century. The report also details the important work of the Campaign Finance Board and its Voter Assistance Unit.
Identifies the key goals and objectives for the agency, focused on improving key areas, such as operations, safety, infrastructure, equipment and rebuilding the ranks through tactical and leadership training.
The Office of the Public Advocate has dual roles in City government. The first is that of ombudsman, which means the office has a critical, charter-mandated constituent services function.The Public Advocate’s second key role in City government is that of a watchdog over city agencies.