State Comptroller DiNapoli Releases Year–End Accomplishments
The New York State Common Retirement Fund reached an all–time high of $160.7 billion in 2013, State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli noted in a release dated January 3, 2014 summarizing his office’s major accomplishments in 2013. Other notable highlights include several convictions from the fight against public corruption, statewide efforts to deal with local fiscal stress, returning $412 million in lost money to New Yorkers through the Unclaimed Funds program, and his continued push for campaign finance reform.
DiNapoli Appoints Tina Kim Deputy for State Government Accountability
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli announced Tuesday that he has appointed Tina Kim as deputy comptroller for state government accountability. Most recently, Kim served as deputy comptroller for audit for the New York City Comptroller’s office. She will begin her new position in early January.
DiNapoli Audit Finds Amsterdam’s Finances Hampered by Poor Recordkeeping
Officials in the City of Amsterdam are unable to properly assess and monitor the city’s financial condition due to inadequate, inaccurate and incomplete accounting records, according to an auditreleased January 3, 2014 by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.