New York City and State Maps for Legislative Advocacy (v9)
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The Advocacy Institute is committed to supporting the legislative advocacy of social justice and movement-building organizations. We clarify government structures and relationships. We reveal who ...

The Advocacy Institute is committed to supporting the legislative advocacy of social justice and movement-building organizations. We clarify government structures and relationships. We reveal who holds power, who works for them, and how they fit within a coherent, if opaque, landscape. We produce creative visual aids and cutting-edge, interactive resources making it possible for organizations to become self-reliant in navigating key government contacts. Throughout, we cultivate collaborative community to learn from and build with each other.

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  • New York State.Timeline. Budget Cycle. Legislative Cycle. Legislative Session. State of the State. Executive Budget. Senate. Assembly. Joint Hearings. Amendments. Four men in a room. Three men in a room. Fiscal Year.
  • New York State. How a Bill Becomes Law. Governor. Assembly. Senate. Sponsor. Calendar. Rules Committee. LBDC. Same As.
  • New York City.Timeline. Budget Cycle. Legislative Cycle. Legislative Session. State of the State. Executive Budget. City Council. Members. Hearings. Amendments. Fiscal Year.
  • New York City. How a Bill Becomes Law. Mayor. Council. Veto. Sponsor.

New York City and State Maps for Legislative Advocacy (v9) New York City and State Maps for Legislative Advocacy (v9) Presentation Transcript

  • State Map 1 - Timelines Overview Timeline Jan (See Budget Timeline Detail below) Fe b c De Legislative Session 1 Jan - 30 Jun r No v Ma Budget Cycle 1 Oct - 31 Mar Se p Agency Budget Prep 1 Jun - 30 Sep Prep for Legislative Session 1 Sep - 31 Dec Au g Apr (Sometimes the budget is not passed by April 1) Ma y Oct r l Yea Fisca 1) (New on April s begin n Ju Jul Legend Legislation and Policy Finance and Budget Budget Timeline Detail Budget Cycle Phases June - September: Agency budget preparation October - December: Division of Budget review November - January: Governor and 2nd floor decisions January - March: Legislative action Jan Governor's State of the State Address Feb 21- or 30-day amendments (Early January) Joint Hearings, Agency Presentations, and Meetings with Budget Tables, Members and Central Staff (February and March) Executive budget released Senate and Assembly pass budget or resolution "Four Men in a Room" hammer out a deal by budget deadline (April 1) (Mid January) DOB and Executive set budget priorities (End of December) Mar Senate & Assembly Expense & Revenue Response © 2013 Schaffer Williams LLC The Advocacy Institute maggiedwilliams@gmail.com the ADVOCACY institute