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Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) had $58.6 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of professional services and goods (82%). The DOHMH received a B grade, earning A grades with Asian American, Hispanic American, and women-owned firms and an F grade with Black-owned firms. In FY 2017, the DOHMH spent $25.7 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $8.8 million since FY 2016, $13.1 million since FY 2015, and $15.9 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 43.9% of DOHMH’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 20.8% in FY 2014.

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Department of Finance, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Finance (DOF) had $20.5 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of professional services (80%). DOF received a D grade, earning a C with women-owned firms, D grades with Asian American and Hispanic American firms, and an F grade with Black-owned firms. In FY 2017, DOF spent $2.8 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $975,000 since FY 2016, $1.0 million since FY 2015, and $1.2 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 13.7% of DOF’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 3.9% in FY 2014.

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Department of Environmental Protection, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) had $892.1 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of construction and professional services (82%). DEP received a D grade, earning a C with Asian American firms and an F with Hispanic American, women-owned, and Black-owned firms. In FY 2017, DEP spent $62.8 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $2.9 million since FY 2016, $33.3 million since FY 2015, and $26.5 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 7.0% of DEP’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 2.7% in FY 2014.

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Department of Design and Construction, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Design and Construction (DDC) had $1.5 billion in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of construction (84%). DDC recieved a D grade, earning a C grade with Asian Americans, D grades with Hispanic American and women-owned firms, and an F with Black-owned firms. In FY 2017, DDC spent $156.1 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $22.5 million since FY 2016, $42.9 million since FY 2015, and $62.4 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 10.5% of DDC’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 9.8% in FY 2014.

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Department of Cultural Affairs, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) had $1.8 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of construction and goods (98%). DCLA received a B grade, earning A grades with Asian Americans and Hispanic Americans, a D grade with women-owned firms, and an F with Black-owned firms. In FY 2017, DCLA spent $630,000 with M/WBEs, an increase of $50,000 since FY 2016 and a decline of $205,000 since FY 2015 and $740,000 since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 35.0% of DCLA’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 19.0% in FY 2014.

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Department of Correction, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Correction (DOC) had $85.4 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of construction and standard services (78%). DOC received a D grade, earning an A with women-owned firms and an F grade with Black-owned, Asian American, and Hispanic American firms. In FY 2017, the DOC spent $22.4 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $11.5 million since FY 2016, $16.8 million since FY 2015, and $13.0 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 26.2% of DOC’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 8.2% in FY 2014.

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Department of Consumer Affairs, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) had $1.2 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, weighing mostly of professional services (51.42%). DCA received a B grade, earning an A grade with Hispanic Americans, B grades with Black- and women-owned firms, and a D grade with Asian American businesses. In FY 2017, DCA spent $385,000 with M/WBEs, a decline of $14,000 since FY 2016, $150,000 since FY 2015, and $1.8 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 31.2% of DCA’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 10.7% in FY 2014.

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Department of Citywide Administrative Services, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) had $542 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, weighing mostly of goods (68%). DCAS received an F grade, earning F grades with Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Black-owned business, and women-owned businesses. In FY 2017, DCAS spent $27.4 million with M/WBEs, a decline of $4.2 million since in FY 2016, $2.9 million since FY 2015, and $7.5 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 5.1% of DCAS’ spending went to M/WBEs compared to 6.2% in FY 2014.

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Department of City Planning, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of City Planning (DCP) had $4.3 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of professional services (89%). DCP received a C grade, earning an A grade with Asian Americans, a C grade with women-owned businesses, and D grades with Black-owned and Hispanic American firms. In FY 2017, DCP spent $633,000 with M/WBEs, an increase of $65,000 since FY 2016, $426,000 since FY 2015, and $496,000 since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 14.7% of DCP’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 22.8% in FY 2014.

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Department of Buildings, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department of Buildings (DOB) had $29 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of professional services (71%). DOB received an F grade, earning F grades with Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Black-owned business, and women-owned businesses. In FY 2017, DOB spent $2.9 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $841,000 since FY 2016, $1.3 million since FY 2015, and $436,000 since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 9.9% of DOB’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 15.5% in FY 2014.

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Department for the Aging, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Department for the Aging (DFTA) had $804,000 in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of standard services and goods (75%). DFTA received an A grade, earning A grades with Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Black-owned business, and women-owned businesses. In FY 2017, DFTA spent $391,000 with M/WBEs, an increase of $214,000 since FY 2016, $228,000 since FY 2015, and $212,000 since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 48.6% of DFTA’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 8.3% in FY 2014.

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Commission on Human Rights, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) had $721,000 in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of professional services and goods (77%). CCHR received an A grade, earning A grades with Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Black-owned business, and women-owned businesses. In FY 2017, CCHR spent $268,000 with M/WBEs, an increase of $52,000 since FY 2016, $228,000 since FY 2015, and $243,000 since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 37.2% of CCHR’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 13.3% in FY 2014.

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Civilian Complaint Review Board, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) had $486,000 in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of professional services and goods (83%). CCRB received a B grade, earning A grades with Asian Americans and Hispanic Americans, a D grade with women-owned firms, and an F grade with Black-owned firms. In FY 2017, CCRB spent $178,000 with M/WBEs, an increase of $151,000 since FY 2016, $130,000 since FY 2015, and $58,000 since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 36.6% of CCRB’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 28.9% in FY 2014.

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Business Integrity Commission, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Business Integrity Commission (BIC) had $574,000 in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of goods (69%). BIC received a C grade, earning an A grade with Asian Americans, a C grade with Black-owned businesses, a D grade with Hispanic Americans, and an F grade with women-owned firms. In FY 2017, ACS spent $105,000 with M/WBEs, an increase of $96,000 since FY 2016 and $66,000 since FY 2015, but a decline of $1.2 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 18.3% of BIC’s spending went to M/WBEs compared to 71.3% in FY 2014.

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Administration for Children’s Services, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) had $35.8 million in total M/WBE-eligible spending, primarily composed of standard and professional services (90%). ACS received a C grade, earning an A grade with Asian Americans, a C grade with Hispanic Americans, and D grades for Black- and women-owned firms. In FY 2017, ACS spent $8.1 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $362,000 since FY 2016, a decline of $286,000 compared to FY 2015, and $2.4 million more than FY 2014. In FY 2017, 22.5% of ACS’ spending went to M/WBEs compared to 20.6% in FY 2014.

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New York Citywide, FY 2017

Fiscal Year 2017

The City of New York had $5.4 billion in total M/WBE-eligible spending. Taken together, the City agencies graded received a D+ grade, earning a C grade with Asian Americans, D grades with Hispanic American and women-owned firms, and an F grade with Black-owned business. In FY 2017, the agencies graded spent $554 million with M/WBEs, an increase of $93.6 million since FY 2016, $209 million since FY 2015, and $207.9 million since FY 2014. In FY 2017, 10.2% of City spending went to M/WBEs compared to 6.0% in FY 2014.

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