As per Local Law 123/2019, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 110, these materials are published by the New York City Department of Veterans' Services to assist student veterans with resources and guidance with respect to pursuing higher education in New York City.
As per Local Law 215/2018, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 106(f), the New York City Department of Veterans' Services is required to submit a report in machine-readable format regarding the operation of the Veteran Resource Centers (VRCs) on a bi-annual basis.
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.
Summary of NYC Veteran Advisory Board key activities for 2018 and policy recommendations for the Mayor and New York City Council impacting veterans in NYC. Includes copies of the minutes of advisory board meetings held during 2018.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) thanks military veterans of its staff for their service. Maintenance crews from the Bureau of Water and Sewer Operations (BWSO) care for Green Infrastructure installations across the city.
LL 23 of 2015 requires the Mayor’s Office of Operations to collect and report specified data from a certain set of agencies that provide services to veterans, by category of benefit available to veterans and by veterans’ borough of residence. This information is contained within this report.
Information about GI Bill Housing Allowances. Qualifying student veterans pursuing higher education in New York City may utilize G.I. Bill housing allowances to subsidize the cost of renting an apartment.
The report examines the veteran business community in New York City, and highlights ways to better identify veteran businesses,support the growth of these businesses, and better prepare those businesses for City procurement opportunities.