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Federal relief staved off the worst of its socio-economic effects and prevented a massive spike in poverty, new Census data revealed this past week.
As Comptroller, Lander Would Use ‘Environmental, Social and Governance’ Factors to Inform Pension Investment
The New York City Comptroller is an investment advisor and fiduciary for New York City’s $266 billion public pension system that serves 700,000 current and former teachers, firefighters, health care workers, police officers, and other retired city employees.
Since the nation's most recent pandemic-era stimulus package, the American Rescue Plan, was passed in March the de Blasio administration officials have been crafting a plan to use close to $5.9 billion in direct federal funding to New York City government.