NYC has accelerated the expansion of electric vehicle fleet, meeting electric vehicle goals three years ahead of schedule.
DCAS has issued a request for expressions of interest (RFEI) to solicit public input on using city property to bolster biking in NYC, including ideas for secure bike parking and last-mile cargo relay facilities.
The DCAS Central Storehouse is the central hub for items that are bulk purchased for City agencies. Meet Alberto Velasquez, the storehouse’s inventory control manager.
Working in partnership, NYC DCAS, NYC Department of Education, and U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe Center will study ways to improve the design and operation of school buses in New York City to reduce crashes and increase safety.
This episode highlights Lynnette Bailey-Armstrong, a project manager in DCAS’s Real Estate Services Design and Construction team. Lynnette oversees the design and construction process for the City’s leased spaces. Her work helps ensure the City is utilizing space effectively and creating work environments that staff and the general public feel comfortable in.
All CTACs are open at full capacity for civil service testing. Appointments are required for entry to the centers and can be made using the Online Application System (OASys). Face coverings are required upon entry.
The Official Directory of the City of New York lists contact information for government officials.
The City reimburses qualifying non-public schools for the cost of procuring security services.
Providing listeners with a behind-the-scenes look at New York City government