de Blasio Administration Releases Mayors Management Report For Fiscal Year 2018

September 17, 2018

The de Blasio administration today released the Mayor’s Management Report for Fiscal 2018, an analysis of City agencies’ performance from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. The MMR presents more than 1,700 metrics from 45 City agencies that measure the City’s performance in providing services to New Yorkers.

“The MMR holds us accountable to our core mission of providing better services to all New Yorkers. This year, we’re seeing falling crime, the creation and preservation of more affordable apartments, and improvements in graduation rates for our kids,” said Mayor de Blasio. “Measuring the performance and progress of every City agency makes us more effective in our fight to make this the fairest and safest city in the world.”

“It is at the center of our mission at Operations to find ways for the City to strive for improved efficiency, effectiveness and equity. The MMR is a key tool for measuring and tracking the City’s performance,” said Emily W. Newman, Acting Director of the Mayor’s Office of Operations. “I thank the staff at Operations who work diligently year-round to make good on this commitment.”

The MMR grew out of the 1970s fiscal crisis and today is a valuable tool for holding City government accountable. Both MMR and Preliminary Mayor’s Management Report (PMMR), which covers the first four months of the fiscal year and is released in January, are mandated by Section 12 of the New York City Charter.

To view this year’s report, visit:

Highlights include:

ACS: The rate of Close to Home placement youth on staff assault with injury decreased 53.8%; investigations for children in detention that found credible evidence of abuse or neglect decreased from 18 to 7; for youth in detention, the rate of youth on youth assaults and altercations with injury decreased 15.8% and the rate of youth on staff assaults and altercations with injury rate decreased 36.4%; and the average number of children in foster care decreased from 8,921 to 8,732.

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DCA: Businesses educated through direct outreach increased 35.5% from 13,305 to 18,031.

DCAS: City employees trained in DCAS training sessions increased from 44,074 to 76,997; cumulative estimated avoided energy cost from energy projects on or in public buildings increased from $40,310,000 to $54,010,000; cumulative estimated reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from energy projects on or in public buildings, measured in metric tons, increased 32.5%; collisions involving City vehicles citywide decreased from 6,444 to 6,304.

DHS: Families with children in shelters per day decreased from 12,818 per day to 12,619; exits from shelter to permanent, stable housing grew 5% across all shelter sub-populations through a variety of City, State and federally-funded rental assistance programs, with a notable 6.8% increase for single adults; HOME-STAT outreach teams increased placements of unsheltered New Yorkers into permanent housing, transitional programs, and other stabilization settings by 32.8%.

DOB: The number of construction inspections completed increased 20.3% (from 156,508 to 188,221); days to complete first plan review for new buildings decreased 14% from 4.9 to 4.2.

DOC: Stabbings and slashings decreased from 165 to 96, over 40%; incidents of use of force on adolescent inmates decreased 10%.

DOE: 4-year high school graduation rate increased from 73.0% to 74.3%; dropout rate decreased from 8.5% to 7.8%; postsecondary enrollment increased from 54.7% to 56.7%; class sizes decreased for Kindergarten, grades 1 – 4, and grade 6.

DoITT: The number of data sets available for download on increased 23.7% from 1,700 to 2,103.

DOHMH: Syphilis cases decreased 6.9%; new HIV diagnoses decreased 14.3%; supportive housing units available to those at risk for developing serious mental health and substance use disorders increased from 7,800 to 8,400.

DOT: Bicyclist/pedestrian fatalities decreased 13.5%; Citi Bike annual membership increased 11.8%; Citi Bike trips increased 14.7%; Select Bus Service annual ridership increased 13.2%; total Select Bus Service route miles increased 27.1%; bridge projects (structural work) substantially completed on schedule remains at 100%;

EDC: Private investment leveraged on the sale/long-term lease of City-owned property increased 42.8%; private investment leveraged on closed projects increased 9.3%.

HPD: Housing starts under Housing New York increased 32.2% from 24,299 units to 32,116.

HRA: Adult families receiving preventive services who did not enter the shelter system increased by 1.9 percentage points from 94.0% to 95.9%.

NYCHA: Alleged elevator injuries reported to DOB decreased 36.4% from 11 to 7.

NYC H+H: MetroPlus membership increased from 503,044 to 521,731.

NYPD: Major felony crime decreased 3.2%; robbery decreased 8%; felonious assault decreased 2.5%; burglary decreased 4.8%; grand larceny decreased 1.6%; grand larceny auto decreased 5.6%; end-to-end average response time to critical crimes in progress decreased by 5 seconds.

OCME: Median time to complete autopsy reports decreased from 57 days to 45; median time to complete toxicology reports decreased by 2 days.

SBS: Unique businesses and customers served by SBS increased from 18,352 to 19,842; the annual MWBE recertification rate increased from 61.8% to 79.6%; total M/WBEs certified increased by one-third, from 5,122 to 6,829; M/WBEs awarded City contracts increased 23.4%.

TLC: Active medallion taxis that are accessible increased 32.6%.


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