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TYPE OF ANNOUNCEMENT
- Press Releases
- Associate Director
- Human Resources Director - SEIU 32BJ, New York
- Leasing and Compliance Administrative Associate
LATEST LEARNING CENTER
- Tackling Poverty: The History of Poverty and Homelessness in New York City
- Bronx Bureau Launch Event and Conversation
- Involvement Conference: Trending In the Public Sector
- Advocate Call for Making Policy Public is Open!
- Mentoring Handbook RFP
- Anti-Violence Career Readiness Curriculum RFP
UPDATE ON EMERGENCY CONTRACTS FOR SANDY RESPONSE
The Office of City Comptroller John C. Liu
The Office of City Comptroller John C. Liu today provided an update on Emergency contracts that have been approved for the response, recovery and relief efforts associated with Hurricane Sandy. More updates will be issued in the coming days.
Total as of 4 PM today- $85.4 million.
Parks - $30,362,965 million for repair of damages to various beaches (Rockaway, Manhattan Beach, Coney Island, Shore Parkway)
DEP - $15,600,000 million for pumping equipment and work at wastewater treatment plants, satellite phones
Sanitation - $14,000,000 million for heavy equipment and staff to augment DSNY, replacement disposal capacity
DDC - $12,000,000 million for heavy equipment and construction related services
DCAS - $5,865,400 million in heavy equipment and vehicles, computers and other equipment, maintenance repair and operation supplies
OEM - $4,846,500 million for a host of goods - oxygen, ambulances, ambulettes, buses, MREs, livery cars, sandbags, vacuum trucks, IT equipment
DOT - $1,700,000 million - Repairs to be done at escalators and elevators and electrical systems at St. George and Whitehall Street Staten Island Ferry Terminals
DOB - $750,000 for structural engineers
NYPD - $285,238 for aviation fuel as well as repairs to damaged dock facilities, precinct repairs
DoITT - $30,000 for laptops to use at City Hall
Chief Medical Examiner - $16,050 disaster preparedness consulting in Staten Island