After 20 years of discussion, a plan to redevelop the Kingsbridge Armory as an ice-sports center passed the City Council.
The Bronx Councilman says he was swayed by last minute concessions by the developer.
Cities and states that want to diversify their contractor pool have to prove that genuine disparities exist. Part of our series on New York’s M/WBE initiative.
As local law enforcement follows the feds’ lead in going after city contractors that fake working with minority- and women-owned firms, the future of the MWBE program is in a new mayor’s hands. Part III of our series.
In the city’s effort to diversify city contracting, the administration is limited by procurement rules, MWBE firms by their small size and the law itself by the fuzzy process behind the goals it’s set. Part II in our series.
Eight years after the Bloomberg administration began an effort to get minority- and women-owned firms a bigger share of city contracts, targets have not been met. Part 1 of a three-part series.