Citywide Administrative Services Commissioner Lisette Camilo, who celebrated her third anniversary at the agency Jan. 25, compared the first months of her tenure to “drinking water from a firehose”.
The IDNYC Card: How Do You Represent 8.6 Million New Yorkers With One Piece of Plastic? An illustrated story by the New York Times explains the work that went into the design of IDNYC, including the role of DCAS.
One idea can make a difference. Take the 2-min #OneNYC survey and share yours.
DCAS Commissioner Lisette Camilo sat down with ABC7's Joe Torres to discuss rewarding career opportunities in Civil Service and a new fellowship program for recent CUNY graduates.
The City’s initiative to reduce traffic deaths may be called Vision Zero, but for municipal truck drivers it’ll translate into a little more vision - in the form of fewer blind spots.
With the recent ending of Daylight Saving Time, one very special #DCAS employee made time change for City government.
The DCAS Annual Report takes a close look at the agency’s accomplishments in bringing equity, effective government, and sustainability to the city of New York during fiscal year 2018. Put your cursor on the lower right hand corner of the "Learn more" cover page once it downloads to read through the report.
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) is accepting applications for several Civil Service exams. Click Learn More for additional information and a list of the exams available this month.
DCAS administers a scholarship program to help City employees pursue a graduate education. The program covers more than three dozen graduate programs at schools such as NYU and Pratt Institute. Applications are due by 11/16/18. Find out how
The Little Dominican Republic — a commercial and cultural designation — will span much of the Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods starting from West 145th Street to West 220th Street.
The agency's 1952 Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaeton is New York City's official parade car and has ferried astronauts, world leaders, and presidents.
As the central source of training within New York City government for City employees, Citywide Learning & Development is pleased to present our Summer 2018 Course Catalog and Schedule.
The 2018 class of cadets in the DCAS Police Academy graduated on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 in the auditorium at 125 Worth Street. The ceremony included a rousing speech by DCAS Police Chief Quchee Collins, a convocation, salutes, and a marching band of bagpipers in kilts.
DCAS, which hosts the annual truck and equipment show along with the NYC Parks Department, made several announcements at the event including a major expansion of the City’s network of electric vehicle chargers.
More than 70 people graduated from two New York City executive development programs on May 11, 2018. They were as exuberant about their successful completions as any newly-minted degree holder although no mortarboards were tossed.
The 100 Year Association of New York honors outstanding, permanent civil servants, and provides college scholarships for the children of New York City employees.