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NYC TV
NYC TV, the City's official television network, is administered by the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. NYC TV launched in the summer of 2003 and replaced Crosswalks NYC, which existed from 1992 to 2003.
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Operations, Office of
The Office of Operations oversees the daily operations of City agencies, provides them with technical assistance and consulting services, and coordinates the streamlining and restructuring of City government.
Parks and Recreation, Department of
The Department of Parks & Recreation (DPR) maintains a municipal park system of more than 28,800 acres including nearly 1,700 parks, approximately 2,100 Greenstreet sites, more than 990 playgrounds, over 800 athletic fields, more than 550 tennis courts, 52 outdoor swimming pools, 11 indoor swimming pools, 36 recreation centers, over 600 comfort stations, 14 miles of beaches, 13 golf courses, six ice rinks, five major stadia, 15 nature centers, 13 marinas, and four zoos. The Department is also responsible for more than 500,000 street trees and two million park trees; 22 historic house museums; and over 1,100 monuments, sculptures, and historical markers.
Payroll Administration, Office of
The Office of Payroll Administration is charged with administering the City's payroll and ensuring prompt and accurate payment of employees' wages and salaries.
People with Disabilities, Office for
MOPD works hand-in-hand with other City agencies to assure that the voice of the disabled community is represented and that City programs and policies address the needs of people with disabilities.
Police Department
The Police Department (NYPD) is committed to providing, with the utmost integrity and respect, a safe and secure environment for the public. The personnel assigned to the Department's 76 precincts, 12 Transit Districts, nine Housing Police Service Areas and other investigative and specialized units, protect life and deter crime while responding to emergency calls and impartially enforcing the law.
Police Pension Fund
The Police Pension fund provides services to current and retired officers of the New York City Police Department.
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Probation, Department of
The Department of Probation (DOP) contributes to public safety by monitoring and enforcing conditions of probation. The Department is required to supply information and recommendations to the courts on both adult and juvenile cases. Pre-Sentence Investigations are provided to the courts on all convicted adults to aid in sentencing. Investigations and Recommendations Reports are prepared for the Family Court to aid in the decision making on delinquency, Persons In Need of Supervision, custody, visitation, neglect, and adoption cases. The Department annually serves over 60,000 adult probationers and provides intake services, investigation and/or probation supervision for more than 25,000 juveniles each year.
Procurement Policy Board
The Procurement Policy Board (PPB) is authorized to promulgate rules governing the procurement of goods, services, and construction by the City of New York under Chapter 13 of the Charter of the City of New York.
Public Administrator - Queens County
The Office of Public Administrator administers estates of deceased persons where no person entitled to take or share in an estate will accept the responsibility to act, or where no will or personal representative entitled by law is left to act.
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