IBO was asked to analyze the costs NYC will incur for services to the city's newly arrived asylum seekers. Based on early Nov. numbers, IBO estimates the city will spend at least $596 million over a year on services such as shelter, public education, & some health-related costs, among others.
In accordance with the requirements of the New York State Municipal Assistance Corporation Act and the New York State Financial Emergency Act, the City of New York is required to submit monthly financial reports.
This report details allocations to MWBE asset management firms managing assets for the New York City Retirement Systems, the status of “emerging manager” programs, the MWBDVE Brokerage Program for the Retirement Systems, the efforts of the Bureau of Public Finance to expand work with diverse firms.
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.