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Comptroller DiNapoli believes in empowering people to raise concerns about State contract awards. Regulations made effective January 25, 2017, establish an administrative bid protest procedure to be used when an interested party asserts to the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) that the Comptroller should not approve a contract award by a public contracting entity. The Comptroller's independent review of bid protests, as well as state contracts, helps ensure fairness in State contracting and protects the interests of the State and its taxpayers.
The independent review of contracts is a strong deterrent to waste, fraud and abuse in contracting. Comptroller DiNapoli issues these reports on the importance of the Comptroller’s independent contract oversight to prevent procurement abuses in New York State.
State Contracts by the Numbers, Calendar Year 2021 - January 2023
The Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) is required to produce the annual Procurement Stewardship Act (PSA) Report. Pursuant to Chapter 317 of the Laws of 2014, the PSA Report now also includes data previously reported in the Office of General Services Emergency Construction Contracts Report and the Consultant Report.
The 2021 report covers April 1, 2021 through March 31, 2022, and includes:
- Active Agency Contracts (Excel) (PDF)
- OSC Reviewed Contracts (Excel) (PDF)
- Agency Purchases from Centralized Contracts (Excel) (PDF)
- BID Protest Determinations
- Annual Employment Reports for Consultant Contracts (Form A) (Form B)
You can generally search and sort the information provided in the report. State Finance Law, Article 11, Section 163, Paragraph 14 provides the statutory authority for this report.
The Prompt Contracting Annual Report provides information on the number of not-for-profit contracts approved timely and interest paid for late contracts, pursuant to the law, as well as recommendations for improving prompt contracting. New York State’s Prompt Contracting Law, Article XI-B of the State Finance Law, provides the statutory authority for this report.