One of President Barack Obama’s first appointments was Shaun Donovan as the 15th Secretary for Housing and Urban Development. Most of us knew him as Commissioner Donovan from his nearly 5 years as Commissioner of Housing Preservation and Development.
The New York City Department of Homeless Services recently completed renovation on a “first-of-its-kind” shelter exclusively for veterans in the city’s homeless shelter system. Working in conjunction with the Mayor’s Office of Veteran’s Affairs (MOVA) and the U.S. Veteran’s Administration, the doors opened officially on November 11, 2007 (Veteran’s Day) to 243 homeless men and, more »
The Department of Records & Information Services, New York City’s archival agency, was instituted in 1977. We are mandated by the New York City Charter with managing, preserving, and making accessible the public records of the government of the City of New York. The Department is comprised of three divisions to meet its mission: City more »