NYC - Office of the Comptroller

About NYC - Office of the Comptroller

The New York City Comptroller is an independently elected official who serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the City of New York. The mission of the Office is to ensure the financial health of New York City by advising the Mayor, the City Council, and the public of the City's financial condition. The Comptroller also makes recommendations regarding City programs and operations, fiscal policies, and financial transactions. In addition, the Comptroller manages assets of the five New York City Pension Funds, performs budgetary analyses, audits City agencies, registers proposed contracts, determines credit needs, issues and sells City obligations. The Office employs a workforce of over 700 professional staff which includes: accountants, auditors, attorneys, information technology specialists, economists, engineers, budget, financial and investment analysts, claim specialists and researchers in addition to administrative and support staff.


Audit Intern

June 2020 - August 2020 Wantagh, NY
“This internship was great. I was nervous going in because it was my first time getting professional experience. The people I worked with were super helpful and as long as you do what you’re supposed to in a timely manner, they will love you!”
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