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More Nonprofits Join Suit Over NYC Labor Peace Law

08/16/2022
A New York City nonprofit on Tuesday added multiple social services organizations as plaintiffs in its suit challenging a local law requiring contractors to cooperate with unions, explaining how each group...
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Experts say mental health services are in high demand as workers fight for more pay

08/12/2022
While patients’ needs are being addressed, there is a shortage of workers providing the mental health care...
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Go the distance to fix nonprofit contracting in NYC

08/02/2022
The world was caught off guard in 2020 when the pandemic struck. This was especially true for New York’s human services sector, which was unprepared not due to lack of planning, but because of a lack…
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Nonprofits cheer City Hall headway on $5B payments backlog

08/01/2022
Nonprofit executives cheered the work for Mayor Eric Adams' administration to clear a backlog that had stalled $4.2 billion in payments to nonprofit contractors...
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Procurement progress: NYC pays out $4.2 billion

07/29/2022
Contractors saw $4.2 billion in payments fulfilled through an initiative started under Mayor Eric Adams’ administration to ensure nonprofit service providers were paid after significant delays, city officials said Friday..
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NYC officials tout $4.2 billion that will help clear non-profit payment backlog

07/29/2022
Some of the city’s most important service providers have long had a problem getting paid on time, but on Friday, officials announced a major breakthrough in fixing that...
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Mayor Eric Adams, Comptroller Brad Lander claim victory on freeing up NYC non-profit contract logjam

07/29/2022
Mayor Adams and Comptroller Brad Lander announced Friday that the city has cleared up a bureaucratic logjam that was preventing $4.2 billion in city funds from going to non-profit contractors — many of which provide vital…
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We Committed to Paying Our Staff More Than a Living Wage. Your Nonprofit Should Do the Same.

07/13/2022
The rally outside New York City Hall was a familiar scene of speakers and placards decrying the injustice of near-poverty-level wages. The hundreds of workers gathered that day in March demanded a minimum wage of $21…
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Mayor Adams and City Council Announce Deal on $101 Billion NYC Budget

06/10/2022
Mayor Eric Adams and City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams on Friday announced their first budget agreement, a $101 billion spending deal for the 2023 fiscal year beginning July 1, reflecting an increase of about $2.3 billion…
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