The audit of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) reviewed the fairness and
efficiency of its process for determining tenant eligibility. NYCHA adequately handled its reponsibility
to provide a reasonably fair and efficient process for determining tenant eligibility. Areas of concern
include clarity of its public housing application form and placement of applicants in incorrect housing
This is an audit on the development and implementation fo the Department of Design and
Construction's Standardized Change Order Record-Contract Overrun Request Entry System (SCORE). It tracks the status
of each change order and overrun request. SCORE meets the overall goals, and it has been integrated into the Department's
Disaster Recovery Plan. The user satisfaction survey revealed that some have problem entering information into the
system and that some changes should be made.
This audit conducted on the Roosevelt Island Operating Coorporation determines whether the cooporation financed and maintained the landmarks at Roosevelt Island. All landmarks received attempts to obtain funding, but only four out of the five landmarks were adequately maintained. The corporation promised to stabilize all landmarks and further rehabilitate the island.