New York Executive Law
Sec. § 548-G
Evaluation


1.

The committee shall conduct two evaluations of the implementation and effectiveness of this article: a compilation of individual project evaluations to be conducted in accordance with criteria established in paragraph d of subdivision one of section five hundred forty-eight-f of this article; and a comprehensive neighborhood based initiatives evaluation.

a.

Individual project evaluations shall be conducted pursuant to the requirements of this article and submitted to the committee for review. The committee shall forward its comments and criticisms to the approved projects with recommendations of strategies for remediation of project deficiencies. Further, the committee shall compile the evaluations and the required comments and recommendations into a single document and shall submit such compilation to the governor and the legislature by January first, nineteen hundred ninety-two.

b.

The committee shall cause to be prepared a comprehensive neighborhood based initiatives evaluation, which shall assess the efficacy and impact of the unified contract, the authorization relating to waiver of regulations, and the statutory exemptions on the delivery of services enacted by the legislature. In addition, the committee shall assess the extent to which the initiative has:

i.

accomplished the goals and objectives to be reported to the legislature; ii. improved the coordination of program development and service provision by the agencies participating on the committee; and iii. reduced or eliminated duplicative and conflicting regulations.

2.

The committee shall submit to the governor and the legislature an interim report, which shall include a compilation of the goals and objectives of the approved projects, and shall supplement such compilation with a statement of goals and objectives that relate specifically to the state’s role in policy development, administration, and delivery of services to the targeted communities not later than January first, nineteen hundred ninety-two.
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