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IDA Reform – Signed into law on December 18, 2015 as Chapter 563 of the Laws of 2015 – A.7915 (Magnarelli) / S.5867 (Marchione) – To increase the accountability and improve the efficiency and transparency of the operations of industrial development agencies and authorities (IDAs) by requiring standard application forms for requests for financial assistance, uniform criteria for the evaluation and selection for each category of projects for which financial assistance is provided, and uniform project agreements
Notice of Reserve Funds – Signed into law on December 31, 2016 as Chapter 514 of the Laws of 2016 – A.7675 (Buchwald) / S.5795 (Marcellino) – To provide increased transparency in school district fiscal operations by requiring publication of reserve funds and reserves funded by resolution
Omnibus Technical Corrections – Signed into law on September 29, 2016 as Chapter 337 of the laws of 2016 – A.7292-C (Farrell) / S.5601-C (Golden) – Makes technical changes relating to categorizing certain funds as joint custody and eliminating the filing of an annual report regarding certain expenditures for indigent legal services with the State Comptroller.
Tax Check-off Funds – Signed into law on November 20, 2015 as Chapter 453 of the Laws of 2015 – A.7419 (Farrell) / S.5492 (Marcellino) – Establishes uniform requirements for all funds in which tax check-off monies are deposited and requires annual reports relating to the use of such monies.
Equal Access to Justice Reporting – Signed into law on November 20, 2015 as Chapter 439 of the Laws of 2015 – A.6079 (Simon) / S.5899 (Bonacic) – Properly shifts the responsibility for creating an annual report pursuant to the New York State Equal Access to Justice Act from the State Comptroller’s Office to the Attorney General's Office.
Procurement; Technical Cleanup Proposal – Vetoed on December 11, 2015 - Veto Memo 303 – A.7513-B (Peoples-Stokes) / S.5713-A (DeFrancisco) – The purpose of this proposed legislation is to increase the transparency, accountability, efficiency and flexibility of the procurement process and to make technical corrections and clarifications relating to certain procurements.
Employer Contribution Calculation – Signed into law on July 30, 2015 as Chapter 94 of the Laws of 2015 – A.7670 (Abbate) / S.4982 (Ortt) – Provides for the calculation of employer contributions for the funding of the New York state and local employees’ retirement system and the New York state and local police and fire retirement system (the Retirement System or System) on the basis of rates determined on known salaries from the prior fiscal year rather than on an estimate of salaries from the incomplete current fiscal year.
Short Term Interest Pool (STIP) Increase – Signed into law on November 20, 2015 as Chapter 455 of the Laws of 2015 – A.7509 (Farrell) / S.5299 (DeFrancisco) – Allows for an increase in the dollar amount the Comptroller is permitted to hold in indebtedness of certain agencies, corporations and bank or trust companies.
Prompt Payment – Signed into law on December 11, 2015 as Chapter 548 of the Laws of 2015 – A.7579 (Peoples-Stokes) / S.4929 (DeFrancisco) – To meet the intent of the prompt contracting law, allows the accrual of interest for a period of time a payment is delayed due to the fund or sub-fund from which the payment is to be made having insufficient cash.
Notice of Assessment on State Lands – Signed into law on November 28, 2016 as Chapter 449 of the Laws of 2016 – A.7673 (Dilan) / S.5926 (Marchione) – Conforms statutory language with operational procedures relating to assessments on state lands.
Tax Check-Off Technical Amendment – Enacted pursuant to Chapter 57 of the laws of 2016 (Public Protection and General Government Article VII) – A.9290 (Farrell) – Corrects language relating to the committee chair who is appropriately designated to receive the annual report setting forth how the monies in certain tax check-off funds were used during the preceding calendar year.
Eliminate Notary Requirement on Membership Application – Signed into law on July 21, 2016 as Chapter 123 of the Laws of 2016 – A.9348 (Abbate) / S.7212 (Golden) – Eliminates the requirement that an application for membership in the New York State and Local Employees’ Retirement System or the New York State and Local Police and Fire Retirement System be notarized (acknowledged).
Omnibus Technical Procurement Amendments – Vetoed on November 28, 2016 - Veto Memo 295 – A.10688 (Rules-Peoples-Stokes) / S.7893 (DeFrancisco) – Relates to participation by state agencies in a system used by the comptroller to compile vendor responsibility information; defining information technology for procurement purposes; clarifying the use of best and final offers for invitations for bids and requests for proposals for goods, services and technology; clarifying the use of contracts let by another governmental agency; and clarifying the valuation of non-cash contracts by the state comptroller.