Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli found that the graduation rate for that year was between 62.9 percent and 63.6 percent. The Department of Education listed it at 65.5 percent.
Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said overall costs for anti-terror projects have risen 44 percent. They include reinforcing bridges, tunnels and stations and electronic surveillance and fire ventilation projects.
The estimate of cash bonuses to New York City securities industry employees is down from what was actually paid in 2009.
A state audit shows 10 school districts in New York paid nearly $239,000 for health insurance benefits for dead or ineligible retirees.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli warns that New York’s expected use of partnerships with private companies to sell or lease state assets has many pitfalls.
The scam may play upon a service by the comptroller’s office that tries to match unclaimed funds to New Yorkers who might not know they’re owed money.
The State Comptroller reported that New York City’s economy is recovering faster from the recession than the rest of the state and nation.
The Republican former hedge fund manager who challenged the Democratic incumbent for New York comptroller is conceding the race.
A Republican former hedge fund manager who says New York’s finances need fixing is challenging the Democratic incumbent who says he’s cleaned up the mess he inherited.
There are two nail-biting statewide races in New York state, and New York City Mayor Bloomberg is trying to make a difference in one of them.
Penny Martin won’t have to be pinching pennies any more.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli on Thursday rejected a $7.5 billion state contract and is launching an investigation into the agency that agreed to it. Auditors said the state Office […]
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said reports from the city Board of Elections also show more than 700 sites with malfunctions like paper jams or broken machines that had to be swapped.
AmeriCorps is a federal service organization that runs public improvement programs around the country.
Going back on a pledge not to layoff state workers before Jan. 1, Gov. David Paterson said Thursday a round of layoffs will begin before the end of 2010 to close New York’s massive budget gap.