Staying Ahead of the Risks
Upcoming Training Promotes Cyber Security

Over the next year, NYCHA’s IT Department will roll out a state-of-the-art security awareness training program proven to reduce phishing attacks and malware infections by up to 90 percent. Through quizzes, mock phishing attacks, and interactive training, employees will learn how to better handle this growing menace to help keep NYCHA, and themselves, more secure.… MORE

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Preserving, and Making, History
By Claudia Tejeda, Asbestos Hazard Investigator, Technical Services Dept.

On July 21, the Employee Engagement Committee (EEC) held its monthly meeting at First Houses in Manhattan, the first public housing development in the United States. Designated a New York City and National Historic Landmark, First Houses is located on East 3rd Street. Its warm burgundy brick façade and plum-colored colonial windows welcome residents and… MORE

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Top Recyclers
Latimer Gardens Staff Efforts Recognized

In a June 9 ceremony at the Williamsburg Community Center, NYCHA and nonprofit partner GrowNYC celebrated the exceptional work of Latimer Gardens staff in properly setting out their development’s recyclables. Latimer Gardens met Department of Sanitation pick-up and quality control standards 100 percent of the time. NYCHA’s recycling program was launched in 2015, and now… MORE

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CEP Celebrates a Year of Achievements

This summer, the Community Engagement & Partnerships (CEP) department celebrated its one-year anniversary. Under the leadership of Executive Vice President Sideya Sherman, CEP embodies the NextGen NYCHA mission to engage residents in new and better ways through connections to best-in-class services. CEP was formed following a reorganization of NYCHA’s former Community Programs & Development department.… MORE

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Supporting Seniors’ Needs
NYCHA Partnership Expands Services to Caregivers

Being a caregiver requires tremendous patience and a tireless work ethic. Just like the people they look after, caretakers need support too. The nonprofit Presbyterian Senior Services’ (PSS) Circle of Care program has teamed up with NYCHA to support both caregivers and their senior charges at four NYCHA developments: Saint Nicholas Houses, Sondra Thomas Apartments,… MORE

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