MOCS is responsible for publishing the Agency Procurement Indicators Report for the City of New York which is one of the largest contracting jurisdictions in the nation. The report provides procurement statistics for the preceding fiscal year.
Additionally, the Report includes data regarding Project Labor Agreements, Apprenticeship Programs, Environmentally Preferable Purchasing, Local Law 1 and Access for Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises and insurance equity and availability.
Fiscal Year 2017 | Download the FY17 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2016 | Download the FY16 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2015 | Download the FY15 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2014 | Download the FY14 Executive Summary | Download the FY14 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2013 | Download the FY13 Executive Summary | Download the FY13 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2012 | Download the FY12 Executive Summary | Download the FY12 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2011 | Download the FY11 Executive Summary | Download the FY11 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2010 | Download the FY10 Executive Summary
Fiscal Year 2009 | Download the FY09 Executive Summary
Fiscal Year 2008
Fiscal Year 2007
Fiscal Year 2006
Fiscal Year 2005
Fiscal Year 2004
Fiscal Year 2003
Fiscal Year 2002
The M/WBE program is administered jointly by MOCS and the Department of Small Business Services (SBS). As of Fiscal Year 2014, MOCS is required to publish quarterly reports on the progress of the M/WBE Program.
Fiscal Year 2017 Quarters 1-3 Report | Download the 2017 Quarters 1-3 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2017 Quarter 1-2 Report | Download the 2017 Quarter 1-2 Appendices
Fiscal Year 2017 Quarter 1 Report | Download the 2017 Quarter Appendices
Local Law 22 of 2015 (LL 22) places reporting requirements on MOCS and the Department of Small Business Services (SBS) on the status of worker cooperative businesses in the City.
Under LL 22, a worker cooperative is a business where the workers are represented on the Board of Directors and the workers control the majority of the voting stock. If the business is held in a trust that controls the majority of the voting stock, the trustees are elected by the workers. It also includes any corporation organized under the NYS Business Corporation Law that has elected to be governed as a worker cooperative under the provisions of the NYS Cooperative Corporations Law, by so stating in its certificate of incorporation or amendments to its certificate of incorporation.
LL 22 requires MOCS to report annually on City contracts with corporations that have self-identified as worker cooperatives through the Payee Information Portal (PIP) or through SBS’s customer relationship management system. The report includes the following:
1. the number and total dollar value of City contracts awarded to worker cooperatives,
disaggregated by agency and type of business;
2. the number and total dollar value of all City contracts, disaggregated by
agency and type of business; and
3. the percentage of City contracts awarded to worker cooperatives, disaggregated
by agency and type of business.