Together with Mayor Eric Adams, NYC DCAS is transitioning all heavy-duty vehicles in the city's fleet from fossil to renewable fuel. This is the first large-scale adoption of renewable diesel on the East Coast, and represents our commitment to environmental protection and sustainability.
Meet Richard Gonzalez, Senior Stationary Engineer here at DCAS. Richard's team are responsible for maintaining DCAS buildings on Staten Island. HIs work includes operating heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Learn more about why Richard serves the City of New York.
Last week, at the DCAS Annual Employee Blood Donor Recognition Ceremony, the NY Blood Center presented DCAS with a milestone award recognizing the 25,000 gallons of blood our employees have donated. Together, we are helping save lives one drop at a time.
Mayor Adams has signed a bill paving the way for a zero emissions fleet by 2038 cementing NYC’s status as a national leader in promoting sustainability across city government. Additionally, the city is installing solar carports at NYCHA parking lots and introducing electric vehicle car-sharing for NYCHA staff. Read the press release.
DCAS OCP releases Pre-Qualified List (PQL) for MWBE Security Guard and Related Services for various City agency buildings and facilities.
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The City reimburses qualifying non-public schools for the cost of procuring security services.
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