April 29, 2017

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli recognizes administrative professionals serving in the Office of the State Comptroller


New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli recognizes administrative professionals serving in the Office of the State Comptroller
Source: Office of the State Comptroller

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Honoring OSC's Administrative Professionals

This past week, Comptroller DiNapoli, on behalf of the entire staff, honored and thanked the administrative professionals who work at the Office of the State Comptroller for their hard work and dedication that help this office run effectively and efficiently. Six of these administrative professionals were highlighted on the Comptroller's Facebook page. Pictured, clockwise from top left: Shannon Cirilli, Tori Jones, Donna Reed, Angela Houle, Glory Ciuro and Leah Boggs.


The Department's Facebook page includes updates, photos, event listings and more items readers may find of interest. OSC encourages engagement and feedback, and invites comment and sharing the page with associates, family and friends.


Far Rockaway Pre-School Provider "Investor" Pleads Guilty in Theft of Education Funds Intended for Special Needs Students

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced that a self-described investor in Island Child Development Center, once one of New York City’s largest providers of special education services to preschoolers with disabilities, has pleaded guilty for his participation in a scheme that stole millions of dollars in city and state funding between 2005 and 2012—money that was intended for special needs students between ages three and five.


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