The Department shall conduct and report a monthly audit of its compliance with BOC Minimum Standards related to lock-in, access to courts and legal services including Law Library, recreation, access to programming and participation rates, and education services utilization rates as applied.
A monthly audit report on DOC's compliance with BOC Minimum Standards related to lock-in, access to courts and legal services including Law Library, recreation, access to programming and participation rates, and education services utilization rates as applied to young adult individuals in ESH.
CCPC issued its Twentieth Annual Report on June 23, 2022. The Report covers the audit of IAB investigations reviewed during the 2019 and 2020 calendar years and a review of closed disciplinary cases and, statistical analyses of cases adjudicated between October 2018 and December 2020.
This report examined the role of Integrity Control Officers (ICOs) within the NYPD's anti-corruption systems. It found that the role of the ICO was an important one in identifying corruption problems at the precinct level.
The Commission examined the qualifications, training, and supervision of the Department Advocates and evaluated how disciplinary cases were prosecuted, including the preparation and presentation of cases in the Department's trial rooms and at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH).
In this study, the Commission evaluated the effectiveness of non-IAB groups, both at the headquarters level and at the command and borough levels, in proactively identifying and deterring misconduct and corruption.
This survey involved the interview of 40 former Internal Affairs Bureau members. The study revealed that most investigators found their IAB experience to be positive and that they believed IAB conducted high quality investigations.
This report analyzed disciplinary cases involving probationary police officers. New officers serve a probationary period of two years and during this period may be dismissed without a Department trial.
The Commission's report found that the penalties in a number of cases involving false statements were insufficient, and with some exceptions, the penalties for false statements generally did not involve termination.
A report on the comptroller's comments on the preliminary budget for fiscal year 2005 and the financial plan for fiscal years 2005-2008. The report focuses on the plan for the economic recovery of the City, and includes statistics pertaining to more efficient management plans, realistic budgeting, and prudent allocation of available resources.
This report determines whether Community School
District 15 complied with applicable Department of Education procedures for purchasing, imprest fund expenditures,
and timekeeping. District 15 generall complied with applicable Department procedures for purchasing. It generall
spent its funds on purchases that were reasonable and necessary for the operation of the schools and facilities.
It did not comply with certain provisions of the Standard Operating Procedures Manual for Financial Management Centers
pertaining to purchasing and inventory management. It also did not always follow timekeeping requirements of the
Chancellor's Regulations. There are several recommendations listed to address the issues in this report.
In June 2001, Brooklyn Baseball Company, L.L.C, and the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
entered into a 20-year lease agreement. This grants the Cyclones the exclusive rights to use KeySpan Park on Surf Avenue
in Brooklyn. This audit determined whether the Cyclones complied with their lease agreement with the City; paid
the appropriate fees to the City and whether they paid them on time. The Cyclones paid the City $1,131,196 in rental
fees and Parks paid the Cyclones $200,000
related to net parking lot income. Audit findings include the significant weakness in the Cyclones internal controls
that prevented the determination of whether actual attendance, no-shows, and recreated area attendees were reported
accurately, and whether all appropriate fees due the City were paid. The Cyclones did not report $98,600 recorded on
their books as rent revenue, therefore owe the City $49,300 in additional fees. The audit recommends to base actual
attendance on their turnstile counts, as required by the lease, along with other recommendations.
The Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) manages the
Department of Finance's system software and hardware. The audit determines that the Department has adequate controls
to protect both its mainframe and network environments. Security matters should be addressed such as the mainframe
environment containing the Department's information protection policies and procedures are not consolidated in one
document. In addition, there is no agency virus response plan.
This audit was to
identify New York City pensioners from the New York City Teachers' Retirement System (TRS), the New York City
Police Department Pension Fund (POLICE), and the New York City Fire Department Pension Fund (FIRE) who may be
illegally re-employed (double-dippers or disability violators). There were 24 individuals who violated applicable
sections of State and City laws such as RSSL 211 or 212 and 1117.
This audit report FL03-131A is for the Department of Homeless Services Over Its Computer Equipment.
The Department of Homeless Services has widespread problems with its computer inventory system. It has no writtten
policies and procedures for recording, reporting, and safeguarding its computer inventory. As a result of their poor
inventory control practices, $1,841,015 in computer equipment purchased during the audit period was not listed on the
Department's inventor records. Audit recommendations cannot be readily provided due to the extent of their problems.
It is clear that the entire system has to be overhauled.
The City of New York Office of the Comptroller
Bureau of Financial Audit
EDP Audit Division
Audit Report on the Automated Child Care Information System of the Human Resources Administration
June 27, 2003
This audit assesed the efficiency of the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) in processing client
applications for permanaent housing. HASA is not efficient in doing this, due to the audit findings. Case managers do not
track the progress of permanent housing applications filed with the Housing Unit. However, the
Human Resources Administration(HRA) officials acknowledged the problems identified during the audit and stated that
HASA has instituted changes. Severeal recommendations are made, which include that the Case Financial Assessment (CBCFA) packages are processed in a more
timely manner, and that supervisors track the timeliness in processing CBCFA packages.
An audit report was filed on March 1, 2013 on the Department of Education's (DOE) efforts to address student-to-student harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying in compliance with chancellor's regulation A-832. It was determined that DOE provides support to the City's schools in regards to addressing, investigating, and following up complaints of student-to-student bias-related bullying. However, there were some issues with consistency in tracking and reporting incidents as well as handling them in a consistent manner among City schools. Recommendations were made to rectify these issues.
This report details its activities for the past year. The annual report also includes follow-up reviews of recommendations made in Commission studies, including the Department's ongoing handling of off-duty misconduct cases and discipline of officers who have made false official statements.