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Private Contractors in New York City

Where the Outsiders Come In City agencies employ private contractors for a wide variety of uses, from paying foster care group homes to designing curriculum in schools. And the extent of private sector involvement varies widely among agencies. Below is a look at those departments that in fiscal year 2012 will have more than $100 million in contracts. (Amounts in millions) Education $4,489 Children's Services |$1,556 Health and Mental Hygiene $983 And here's a look at agencies with major expenditures in the budget category "Professional Services, Other," which covers things like hiring consultants to help plan strategy and policy. (Amounts in thousands) Human Resources Administration | $708 Homeless Services $613 Sanitation |$356 Sanitation Youth and Community Development $259 Education $5,911 $53,220 Aging I $203 Transportation I $127 Aging $2,194 Information Technology and Telecommunications I $118 Small Business Services Š102 Health and Mental Hygience Youth and Community Development $1,333 $31,926 Transportation Information $1,210 Techonology and Telecommunication $14,033 Source: FY 2012 adopted budget

Private Contractors in New York City

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With more than $100 million in contracts, this infograph provides an overview of New York City's professional services provided by contractors.

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