Information on NY's Public Authorities
Public authorities are corporate instruments of the State created by the Legislature to further public interests. These entities develop, operate and maintain some of New York 's most critical infrastructure including roads, bridges and schools. As a result, public authorities play a significant role in the debt structure of New York State. Currently, over 94 percent of all State-funded debt outstanding was issued by public authorities without voter approval.
- What is a Public Authority?
- Reports on Public Authorities
- View Data on Public Authority Debt
- View Data on Individual Public Authorities
- Public Authority Reporting Regulations
- Authorities Budget Office (ABO)
- Authorities Budget Office Policy Guidance
- Authorities Budget Office Recommended Governance Practices
- Comptroller's Oversight of State Authority Contracts
- Public Authority Information for Taxpayers