The Identifying Information Law requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial agency reports (Form 3) related to their collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection practices.
City’s annual Anti-Corruption Report , A progress report on City agencies’ anti-corruption programs, which
includes the vulnerabilities agencies have self-identified as problems and the strategies they are using to remedy
This report discusses the testing, analyses and assessments of DSNY’s alternative fuel sanitation collection vehicles and street sweepers, and the feasibility of incorporating new alternative fuel sanitation vehicles and technology into DSNY’s fleet.
Biennial report (FORM 3) required pursuant to the Identifying Information Law, containing information related to the New York City Equal Employment Practices Commission's (EEP) collection, retention, and disclosure of identifying information.
Our office is required to submit this document and to share this information (2022 Identifying Information Law - Agency Report) with interested parties in the essence of being transparent. It provides the community an opportunity to review this information and become familiar with the practice.
Pursuant to the Identifying Information Law requirements for city agencies, this is the biennial compliance report. This report contains information concerning the agency's collection, retention, and disclosure of personal identifying information, in accordance with local law.
Committed to making substantial reforms early on in their administrations and working collaboratively to address these challenges, Mayor Adams and Comptroller Lander announced the establishment of the Task Force on Nonprofit Contracting (“Task Force”) convened as a part of the transition process.
Report include details of training classes co-organized or co-sponsored by DDC that are related to the development of the agency staff of Equal Employment, diversity, inclusion, civil rights, workplace culture and behavior, interpersonal relations & community relations.
Informed by the input of his Transition Committee and leadership team and their collective assessment of the existing capacity and needs of the agency, this report summarizes Comptroller Lander’s draft mission statement for his administration, the values and principles that will guide leadership.
CCPC collects and retains various documents from the NYPD that contain identifying information. These documents are reviewed and analyzed in order for us to make recommendations and findings regarding the NYPD's anti-corruption systems.
Report on Agency Policies on Identifying Information. The Identifying Information Law requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial reports related to their collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection practices.
Form 3 explains the process by which BPKC collects and discloses identifying information. BPKC only collects that information that is required by law or under City rule. Any information disclosed if any is in the regular course of business, or on a case-by-case basis with the consent of the person
This report provides a comparative analysis of the overall financial activities of 92 union‑administered welfare and annuity funds that in 2019 received approximately $1.45 billion in City contributions for the benefit of active and retired City employees.
An annual report containing descriptive data on a selected group of NYCEDC projects, the amounts of City assistance provided by NYCEDC to the businesses involved in these projects and estimates of the tax revenues generated by these projects.
This report is the second required annual report issued pursuant to Local Law 152 of 2018 and includes information related to putrescible transfer stations and non-putrescible transfer stations covered by LL152.
Audit report of the Administration for Children’s Services to verify whether the Administration for Children’s Services had enough commands over adoption subsidies, and sent subsidy
payments appropriately to adoptive parents in compliance with governing rules and regulations.
The Bronx County Public Administrator (BCPA) did not comply with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requirements for collecting and validating vendors’ tax information and IRS requirements for reporting income that it disbursed from the suspense account to several employees.
Presentation of the audit report of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services to establish whether the agency complied with the provisions of applicable emergency procurement requirements and had competent management in place to supervise the vendor’s services.
Audit report of New York City Department of Sanitation’s awarding and monitoring of its contract with Cariati Developers Inc. to provide emergency adult food access program services in accordance with New York City procurement standards and with due diligence.
Audit report of New York City Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor to verify whether the agency retained sufficient fiscal controls over its City-funded Personal Service and Other Than Personal Service expenditures as demanded by applicable rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Presentation of the audit report of New York City Mayor’s Office to verify whether the agency comply with Local Law 27 which instructs that each City agency appoint a disability service facilitator to organize its efforts to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Project description required to be submitted to the speaker where the project receives financial assistance but the project is not required to be submitted for consideration to a Community Board, Borough Board or the City Council