The Bureau of Accountancy (BOA) is responsible for all aspects of the City's accounting and financial reporting.
The Bureau of Administration manages the Comptrollerís Office operating and capital budgets as well as the full breadth of its human resource function, procurement and payment responsibilities, facilities management and support services.
The Bureau of Asset Management (BAM) assists the Pension Funds in selecting investment advisors and consultants. The Funds invest in a variety of asset classes, including U.S. and foreign equities and U.S. fixed income products.†
Our mission is accomplished by conducting audits and other analyses of City-funded operations in accordance with the New York City Charter, and by providing our findings and recommendations to those City managers and officials who are authorized and empowered to effect change.†
The Comptroller's Bureau of Fiscal and Budget Studies and Bureau of Financial Analysis monitor New York City's fiscal and cash position.
Since its inception, the Commercial Banking Division has embarked on a number of programs that will enhance the economic vitality of the cityís communities and help city residents better understand financial services.
Through CAC, residents, contractors, elected officials and City employees can get information about the public pension system, city contracts, procurement policy and information about filing claims.
The Office of Community Relationsí (OCR) primary function is to ensure that the general public has access to the services of the New York City Comptrollerís Office.†
The Comptroller's Office of Contract Administration (OCA) is responsible for reviewing all contracts, contract amendments, leases and concessions between City agencies and vendors to determine whether the agreement should be registered.
The mission of the Bureau of Economic Development is to leverage the authority and responsibilities of the Office of the Comptroller to create new and sustainable opportunities for the economic growth and development of the city of New York and its people.
The Bureau of Engineering provides engineering assistance and serves as the Comptrollerís technical consultant on engineering matters.
The Bureau of Information Systems (BIS) is comprised of 11 divisions, providing customer support and technology leadership for the Office of the Comptroller. BIS is lead by the Comptrollerís Chief Information Officer (CIO) and is staffed by technology professionals with expertise in a wide array of disciplines. BIS maintains over 100 application software products that provide a full range of technology support for key business functions and Charter mandated responsibilities of the Comptrollerís Office.
The Bureau of Intergovernmental Relations (IGR) is charged with handling all of the legislative responsibilities on behalf of the Comptroller.
The Comptrollerís Bureau of Labor Law enforces New York State Labor Law ß220 and 230 and New York City Administrative Code ß6-109. These laws require private sector contractors engaged in public work projects in the City of New York to pay no less than the prevailing wage to their employees for work covered by the statutes, as determined by this bureau.†
The Comptroller's Bureau of Law and Adjustment adjusts personal injury and property damage claims filed against the City of New York. BLA also handles contract disputes with companies that do business with the City.†
The Policy Group analyzes specific issues and trends connected with a broad array of City policies, and provides policy options for the Comptroller so that he may participate effectively in setting municipal priorities.†
It is the job of the Comptrollerís Press Office to disseminate information and reports produced by the Comptrollerís Office.
Working with the Mayorís staff, the Comptrollerís finance staff (the Bureau of Debt Management) determines and approves structures, terms, and conditions for all city debt.