In October 2014, the city’s Human Resources Administration announced a new employment plan for public assistance recipients. The plan, which was already being phased in before the formal announcement, makes the agency’s employment programs less punitive and puts more emphasis on education & training
Federal Title I-A funds provide assistance to schools and local educational agencies (in New York City, the Department of Education) that serve a large number or share of students from low-income families.
IBO used the address of each student attending a New York City public high school in the 2012-2013 school year to identify the census tract in which each student lived and the median household income for households residing in the tract.
Section 23-1202 of the New York City Ad Code requires the Chief Privacy Officer to submit a quarterly report containing an anonymized summary of certain disclosures of identifying information made by City agencies under exigent circumstances or in violation of Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2018.
Designation report for 830 Broadway a Renaissance Revival-style store-and-loft building by Cleverdon & Putzel (1897-98) representative of the large-scale commercial development that transformed Broadway south of Union Square at the end of the 19th century.
The Citywide Savings Program in the November 2019 Financial Plan is the result of a collaborative effort between OMB and City agencies to reexamine internal processes and policies,use resources efficiently, and re-estimate expenses, all without sacrificing service delivery to New York City residents
The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City publishes this annual review of its programmatic achievements and revenue and expenses during the fiscal year and features impact within the priority areas of mental health, youth workforce, and immigration.