The City began FY 2023 (FY23) with $8.159 billion in cash-on-hand, versus $8.469 billion at the same time last year. During the first half of fiscal year 2023 (1H23), the City’s cash balances averaged $8.126 billion, compared to $7.274 billion at the same time last year.
The ACFR contains information about the assets and liabilities of NYCERS' pension fund. Statistical tables show the composition of NYCERS' membership, which is used by the Actuary to determine the amount that employers must contribute to the Fund each year in order to pay statutory benefits.
Overview of the New York City Police Pension Fund's combining financial activities for the year end. All changes affecting the assets and deferred outflow and liabilities inflow of the funds are reflected on an accrual basis when the activity occurred, regardless of the timing of the cash flows.
The Audit Bureau is required by the City Charter to perform audits in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS). These standards are established by the Comptroller General of the United States in conjunction with the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and are foun
This audit found that EDC did not disclose over $224 million in expenditures as ferry-related in its audited financial statements and that EDC understated the City’s subsidy for the ferry operations by $2.08, $2.10, $3.98 and $4.29 for Fiscal Years 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021, respectively.
This audit was performed to assess the New York City Department of Transportation’s (DOT’s) procurement of the Brooklyn Bridge Rehabilitation of Approach Spans and Ramps and Painting of the Entire Bridge contract (Contract No. 20100016889 or Contract No. 6) ...
Although Verizon promptly remitted monthly 911 surcharges to DOF, the auditors were unable to determine whether Verizon billed and collected the 911 surcharge from all customers required to pay the surcharge, or whether Verizon paid all 911 surcharge revenues that it collected from customers to DOF.