2006 New York Code - Reports

    §  849-g.  Reports.  Each  resolution  center  funded pursuant to this
  article shall annually provide the chief administrator with  statistical
  data regarding the operating budget, the number of referrals, categories
  or  types  of  cases  referred,  number  of  parties serviced, number of
  disputes resolved, nature of resolution, amount and type of awards, rate
  of  compliance,  returnees  to  the  resolution  process,  duration  and
  estimated  costs  of  hearings  and  such  other  information  the chief
  administrator may  require  and  the  cost  of  hearings  as  the  chief
  administrator  requires. The chief administrator shall thereafter report
  annually to the governor and the  temporary  president  of  the  senate,
  speaker  of the assembly, and chairpersons of the judiciary and children
  and families committees regarding  the  operation  and  success  of  the
  centers  funded  pursuant to this article. The chief administrator shall
  include in such report all the  information  for  each  center  that  is
  required   to   be   in  the  report  from  each  center  to  the  chief
  administrator.  Such  annual  report  shall  also  evaluate   and   make
  recommendations regarding the operation and success of such center.

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