DCAS administers a number of citywide programs for employees & agencies.
City Employee Blood Donor Program
City employees give the gift of life! DCAS coordinates blood drives at all City agencies 3-4 times a year. Find out when and where your next blood drive is and the benefits you and your families can receive by being a regular blood donor through the Citywide Blood Donor Corps.
Hundred Year Association's Public Service & College Scholar Awards
Each year, The Hundred Year Association of New York honors outstanding civil servants and provides college scholarships for the children of City employees.
Interested in helping out? NYC Gives offers City employees the chance to donate to qualified charitable organizations through convenient payroll deductions.
Salary Continuation Program
The Salary Continuation Program enables managers and other employees in titles not eligible for collective bargaining, in Mayoral agencies, to donate sick leave and/or annual leave to seriously ill employees in need, as well as to receive sick leave when needed.
Mayor's Graduate Scholarship Program
Take advantage of these generous graduate scholarship opportunities for full-time City employees with undergraduate degrees.
Extended Military Benefits Program
The EMBP is a voluntary program, under which City employees serving ordered military duty in covered military operations can choose to remain on their agency's payroll in active pay status while they are deployed, beyond the statutory entitlement provided under State law.
Personnel Rules and Regulations
Personnel Rules and Regulations are policies governing Civil Service appointments and promotions in the City of New York.
Personnel Service Bulletins (PSBs)
Personnel Services Bulletins are issued by the Commissioner of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services to notify agency personnel officers of policies and procedures relating to Citywide personnel issues.
Application for Reinstatement
Apply for Reinstatement from an Involuntary Leave of Absence or Termination pursuant to Section 71, 72 or 73 of the New York Civil Service Law.