The City also submits periodic reporting to the Federal government on spending, employment, contracts, and more. You can read more about these Federal reporting requirements below.
Please visit the Mayor's Office of Resiliency (MOR) website to view a full list of publications.
You can also visit the NYC Department of City Planning (DCP) to view additional studies commissioned by the City.
Separate from the reports published by the City and its local partners, the Federal government also publishes reports on spending, employment, contracts, and more. You can read more about these Federal reporting requirements below.
The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 (FFATA), ensures that the public can access information on all entities and organizations receiving Federal funds. As a recipient of Federal grant dollars, New York City reports on the spending of these grant awards by its agencies and sub-grantees.
Reports are available through the USASpending.gov web portal.
The Davis Bacon and Related Act ensures that local workers on Federally funded projects with a contract values over $2,000 receive a fair wage. It also ensures that local contractors are provided a fair opportunity to compete for local federal government contracts.