Congratulations on the following recent promotions:

Nicole Ferreira, formerly Vice President for Real Estate Development, was promoted to Executive Vice President for Real Estate. As a leader of the senior team, Ms. Ferreira oversees the Real Estate Development Department, leading the team to execute NextGeneration NYCHA strategic initiatives for both the preservation and new construction of affordable housing. She also oversees… MORE

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IDNYC Visits NYCHA

Many central office employees took advantage of IDNYC pop-up events held at 250 Broadway during the week of October 3. More than 450 applications for the City’s government-issued identification card were processed by NYC Human Resources Administration staff. IDNYC provides free one-year membership at 33 of the City’s leading cultural institutions and much more. To… MORE

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Webinar Shares Information About Section 8 Process Improvements

The Office of Intergovernmental Relations hosted the eighth installment of its NextGeneration NYCHA Webinar Series on September 28 with a lunchtime presentation by Vice President for Leased Housing Lakesha Miller and Leased Housing Department (LHD) Director Robert Tesoriero on NYCHA’s Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8). Ms. Miller provided background information on NYCHA’s federally funded… MORE

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New Online Re-certification Provides 24/7 Information Access
by Darnes Taveras, Senior IT Program/Project Manager

NYCHANow continues its “employee voices” series featuring articles by employees about initiatives and events that they know best. To submit an article about a project in your department, please contact NYCHANow. We want to hear from you! On September 1, 2016, 14,000 NYCHA residents in 54 developments who were up for re-certification were invited to… MORE

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DOI Report on Fire Safety

The Department of Investigation (DOI) released the findings of their investigation into NYCHA’s compliance with our safety inspection protocols. The report states that property management staff failed to properly conduct six key apartment safety checks including testing smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The investigation also found that NYCHA staff often falsely reported that they had… MORE

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