The New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition)

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The New York State Directory, published annually since 1983, is a comprehensive and easy-to-use guide to accessing public officials and private sector organizations and individuals who influence public policy in the state of New York.The New York State Directory includes important information on all New York state legislators and congressional representatives, including biographies and key committee assignments. It also includes staff rosters for all branches of New York state government and for federal agencies and departments that impact the state policy process.Following the state government section are 25 chapters covering policy areas from agriculture through veterans' affairs. Each chapter identifies the state, local and federal agencies and officials that formulate or implement policy. In addition, each chapter contains a roster of private sector experts and advocates who influence the policy process.Following the policy area chapters are appendices that include statewide party officials; chambers of commerce; lobbying organizations; public and private universities and colleges; television, radio and print media; and local government agencies and officials.All organizational and personal entries in The Directory have been verified before publication of each issue. Continuing assistance and cooperation from state, regional, county, municipal and federal officials and staff have helped make the Directory a unique and valuable resource. ORGANIZATIONSection 1: Branches of GovernmentExecutive Branch. Outlines key staff in the Governor's and Lieutenant Governor's offices and senior officials in New York State executive departments and agencies. Biographies are included for the five senior executive branch officials.Legislative Branch. Covers the state Senate and Assembly leadership, membership, administrative staff, and standing committees and subcommittees. Committee listings include the Chairperson, Ranking Minority Member, Majority and Minority committee members, committee staff, and key Senate or Assembly Majority and Minority staff assignments. Biographies with district office information are included for Senators and Assembly members.Judicial Branch. Identities the state courts and the judges who currently sit on these courts: the Court of Appeals, appellate division courts, Supreme Court, Court of Claims, New York City courts, county courts, district courts and city courts outside New York City. The county judge section identifies the specific court with which the judge is associated.Section 2: Policy AreasThis section classifies New York state government activity into 25 major policy areas. Each policy area lists key individuals in the New York state government, the federal government, and the private sector who have responsibility for or considerable knowledge of that area of government activity. All entries show organization name, individual name, title, address, telephone number, and fax number. Internet addresses and e-mail addresses are included where available. Each policy area includes the following information:New York StateGovernor's Office. Identifies the Governor's legal and program staff assigned to the policy area.Executive Department and Related Agencies. Produces a complete organizational description of the primary state departments and agencies responsible for the policy area. Also includes additional state departments and agencies whose activities relate to the policy area.Corporations, Authorities and Commissions. Covers independent public and quasi-private sector agencies in the state, as well as interstate bodies to which New York sends a representative official.Legislative Standing Committees. Lists committees and subcommittees which oversee governmental activities in the policy area and their respective chairpersons and ranking minority members.U.S. GovernmentExecutive Departments and Related Agencies. Identifies federal departments and agencies located in or assigned to the New York region.

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The New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition)

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!The New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition)Published on May 2009 Report SummaryThe New York State Directory, published annually since 1983, is a comprehensive and easy-to-use guide to accessing public officialsand private sector organizations and individuals who influence public policy in the state of New York.The New York State Directory includes important information on all New York state legislators and congressional representatives,including biographies and key committee assignments. It also includes staff rosters for all branches of New York state governmentand for federal agencies and departments that impact the state policy process.Following the state government section are 25 chapters covering policy areas from agriculture through veterans affairs. Each chapteridentifies the state, local and federal agencies and officials that formulate or implement policy. In addition, each chapter contains aroster of private sector experts and advocates who influence the policy process.Following the policy area chapters are appendices that include statewide party officials; chambers of commerce; lobbyingorganizations; public and private universities and colleges; television, radio and print media; and local government agencies andofficials.All organizational and personal entries in The Directory have been verified before publication of each issue. Continuing assistanceand cooperation from state, regional, county, municipal and federal officials and staff have helped make the Directory a unique andvaluable resource.ORGANIZATIONSection 1: Branches of GovernmentExecutive Branch. Outlines key staff in the Governors and Lieutenant Governors offices and senior officials in New York Stateexecutive departments and agencies. Biographies are included for the five senior executive branch officials.Legislative Branch. Covers the state Senate and Assembly leadership, membership, administrative staff, and standing committeesand subcommittees. Committee listings include the Chairperson, Ranking Minority Member, Majority and Minority committeemembers, committee staff, and key Senate or Assembly Majority and Minority staff assignments. Biographies with district officeinformation are included for Senators and Assembly members.The New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition) Page 1/7
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsJudicial Branch. Identities the state courts and the judges who currently sit on these courts: the Court of Appeals, appellate divisioncourts, Supreme Court, Court of Claims, New York City courts, county courts, district courts and city courts outside New York City.The county judge section identifies the specific court with which the judge is associated.Section 2: Policy AreasThis section classifies New York state government activity into 25 major policy areas. Each policy area lists key individuals in the NewYork state government, the federal government, and the private sector who have responsibility for or considerable knowledge of thatarea of government activity. All entries show organization name, individual name, title, address, telephone number, and fax number.Internet addresses and e-mail addresses are included where available. Each policy area includes the following information:New York StateGovernors Office. Identifies the Governors legal and program staff assigned to the policy area.Executive Departmentand Related Agencies. Produces a complete organizational description of the primary state departments and agencies responsible forthe policy area. Also includes additional state departments and agencies whose activities relate to the policy area.Corporations,Authorities and Commissions. Covers independent public and quasi-private sector agencies in the state, as well as interstate bodiesto which New York sends a representative official.Legislative Standing Committees. Lists committees and subcommittees whichoversee governmental activities in the policy area and their respective chairpersons and ranking minority members.U.S.GovernmentExecutive Departments and Related Agencies. Identifies federal departments and agencies located in or assigned to theNew York region.U.S. Congress. Lists congressional committees which oversee federal activities in the policy area, and theirrespective chairpersons, ranking minority members, and members from the New York delegation.Private Sector SourcesIncludes analphabetized roster of individuals from public interest groups, trade and professional associations, corporations and academia whohave expertise in the policy area.Section 3: State Government Public InformationPublic Information Offices. Lists key contacts in state government public information offices and libraries.Financial Plan Overview. Provides information excerpted from the most recent New York State Executive Budget, Appendix II.AppendicesThis section contains additional lists of people and organizations who may affect New York state government.U.S. Congress. Lists all New York State delegates to the Senate and the House of Representatives with their Washington, DC phoneand fax numbers, and capital office and e-mail addresses. Biographies with district office information are included for each New YorkSenator and Representative. Provides a comprehensive list of all Senate and House standing, select, and special committees andsubcommittees. Each committee and subcommittee entry includes the Chairperson, Ranking Minority Member, and assignedmembers from the New York delegation.County Government. Identifies senior government officials in all New York counties.Municipal Government. Identifies senior government officials in New Yorks major cities including: Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, NewYork City, Rochester, Syracuse, Yonkers, etc.Political Parties. Lists statewide party officials and county chairpersons for the Conservative, Democratic, Liberal, and Republicanparties.Lobbyists. Identifies registered lobbyists and their lobbyist employees and clients.Political Action Committees. Lists registered political action committees and their treasurers.The New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition) Page 2/7
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsChambers of Commerce. Lists contact information for chambers of commerce, and economic and industrial developmentorganizations and their primary officials.News Media. Identifies daily and weekly newspapers in New York, major news services with reporters assigned to cover stategovernment, radio stations with a news format, and television stations with independent news staff. Newspapers are categorized bythe primary city they service; staff listings include managing, news and editorial page editors and political reporters. News serviceentries include bureau chiefs and reporters. Radio and television entries include the news director.SUNY and Other Universities and Colleges. Includes the board of trustees, system administration, the four university centers, and allcolleges and community colleges in the SUNY system; the central administration and all colleges in the CUNY system; andindependent colleges and universities. Each college includes the name of its top official, usually the president or dean, as well asaddress, telephone number and Internet address.Public School Administrators. Lists school district administrators by county and school district. The New York City Schools subsectionincludes officials in the chancellors office. Following are BOCES District Superintendents by supervisory district and educationadministrators of schools operated by the State or other public agencies.IndexesName Index. Includes every personal name listed in The New York State Directory.Government and Private Sector Organizations Index. Includes the names of the top three organization levels in all New York Stateexecutive departments and agencies, as well as public corporations, authorities, and commissions. In addition, includes allorganizations listed in the Private Sector Sources segment of each policy chapter, as well as lobbyist organizations and politicalaction committees, chambers of commerce, newspapers, news services, radio and television stations, SUNY and CUNY locations,and private colleges.Geographic Location Index. Includes the organizations listed in the government and private sector organizations indexes arranged bythe city location.World Wide Web (URL) Index. Provides Internet addresses for organizations listed in The Directory Table of ContentIntroduction Organization of Data AcronymsSECTION 1: New York State Branches of Government Executive Branch Legislative Branch Senate, Membership & Committees Assembly, Membership & Committees Judicial BranchThe New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition) Page 3/7
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsSECTION 2: Policy Areas Agriculture Banking & Finance Commerce, Industry & Economic Development Corporations, Authorities & Commissions Crime & Corrections Education Elections Energy, Utility & Communication Services Environment & Natural Resources Government Operations Health Housing & Community Development Human Rights Insurance Judicial & Legal Systems Labor & Employment Practices Mental Hygiene Municipal & Local Governments Public Employees Real Property Social Services Taxation & Revenue Tourism, Arts & Sports Transportation Veterans & MilitarySECTION 3: State & Local Government Public Information Public Information Offices US Congress, Membership & Committees County Government Municipal GovernmentSECTION 4: Political Parties & Related Organizations Political Parties Lobbyists Political Action CommitteesSECTION 5: Business Chambers of Commerce and Economic & Industrial Development OrganizationsSECTION 6: News Media Newspapers, News Services, Magazines, Radio & TelevisionSECTION 7: Education Colleges & Universities Public School DistrictsSECTION 8: BiographiesThe New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition) Page 4/7
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics Executive Branch New York State Assembly New York State Senate US Senate: New York Delegation US House of Representatives: New York DelegationAPPENDICES Financial Plan Overview Cash Disbursements by Function - All Government Funds Indexes Name Index Organization Index Geographic Index World Wide Web (URL) Index Demographic & Reference Maps Congressional Districts Populated Places, Transportation & Physical Features Federal Lands & Indian Reservations Core Based Statistical Areas, Counties & Independent Cities Population Percent White Percent Black Percent Asian Percent Hispanic Median Age Median Household Income Median Home Value Percent of Population who Own their Own Homes Percent High School Graduates Percent College Graduates Percent of Population who Voted for George Bush in 2004The New York State Directory (2009/10 Edition) Page 5/7
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