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We work with law enforcement, city agencies, not-for-profits, foundations, and others to implement data-driven strategies that address current crime conditions, prevent offending, and build strong neighborhoods.  Together, we are working to make New York City the safest city in the country.

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How the procurement process works

  • An agency need is identified
  • A procurement plan is created and a competitive solicitation is released
  • Proposals are submitted and evaluated for award
  • An award is made and a vendor responsibility check is conducted
  • A contract is negotiated and executed
  • The approval of oversight agencies is obtained
  • The contract is filed for registration by the Office of the Comptroller

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