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News + Events

January 20, 2021 | Media Mentions

Federal Monitor Approves NYCHA’S Initial Lead Action Plan Required by 2019 HUD Agreement

Today, the Federal Monitor approved NYCHA’s initial lead-based paint Action Plan for improving the Authority’s benchmarks for lead compliance and abatement. NYCHA has already proactively been implementing many of the initiatives in this Action Plan. The Monitor’s approval will lend additional support to the significant efforts NYCHA has made over the past two years to rapidly remediate the presence of lead paint across the Authority’s housing stock – particularly in apartments where children under the age of six live or regularly visit... Read More

May 6, 2020 | Articles

Una Propuesta Para Combatir la Corrupción en Recursos Para Coronavirus

El Tiempo A proposal to combat corruption related to resources for coronavirus, Andres Otero writes ‘Mandatory Monitoring’ would serve to combat fraud. Read More

April 29, 2020 | Webinars

Asia-Pacific Investigations and Monitorships: Multilateral Development Bank Administrative Sanctions

Join Shaun Wu from Paul Hastings and Christopher Kim from Guidepost Solutions as they share their deep experience in integrity compliance investigations and monitorships across the Asia-Pacific region in connection with administrative sanctions imposed by multilateral development banks. The panelists will share their expertise on conducting investigations and monitorships on behalf of multi-lateral development banks related to investments in the Asia-Pacific region and how best to manage compliance across some of these high-risk emerging markets. Read More

January 29, 2020 | Articles

Only Innovation Can Save NYCHA: The Federal Monitor Outlines the Creative Solutions Needed to Address the Housing Authority’s Many Challenges

New York Daily News Bart Schwartz offers innovative solutions to tackle some of NYCHA’s age-old problems. Read More