• HSC's #5and5COLA Campaign Rally
  • Governor Cuomo’s 2015 Opportunity Agenda Press Conference
  • State Reinvestment Campaign on City and State
  • Who Cares? NY Does
  • Human Services News and Views
  • HSC's Nonprofit Summit on Revitalizing the Nonprofit Sector
  • Advocacy Do's and Don'ts with HSC
  • Sandy: One Year Later Forum
  • HSC meeting with OMB Director and Deputy Mayor
  • May 12 Coalition Rally
  • Who Cares? We Do!

What's Hot at HSC!

HSC Memo on Federal OMB Guidance on Indirect Costs

In December 2013, the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued guidance on indirect costs for contracts funded with federal dollars. That guidance, which applies to pass-through entities including State and City agencies, took effect in December 2014 and established an indirect cost rate floor of 10 percent. HSC has sent a memo to the State and City stating our position on the application of the guidance and calling for an overall floor of 10 percent. Read our memo here.


HSC Releases Report on HHS Accelerator

HSC is please to release our report on the initial impact of HHS Accelerator...read the report here.


HSC Statement on FY16 City Adopted Budget

On Thursday, Mayor de Blasio unveiled the City’s Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget. This $78.3 billion plan includes several substantial and much-needed investments in the human services sector. With the help of our members and partners, we have secured an across-the-board 2.5 percent cost of living adjustment (COLA) for the human services sector...read more here.


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HSC In The News

City Budget Raises Salaries for 35,000 Private Workers

In his budget address on Thursday, de Blasio announced he would provide a 2.5 percent cost-of-living-adjustment (COLA) raise to at least 35,000 social-service employees beginning July 1...read more here.


City Budget Offers Recognition of Human Services Nonprofits

On Thursday afternoon, Mayor Bill de Blasio offered his Fiscal Year 2016 Executive Budget. After a period of intense lobbying by some of the city’s largest human services nonprofits and coalitions, the budget contains important victories for the sector...read more here.


Human services providers want higher wages from City Hall

The de Blasio administration is being pressured to increase salaries for private-sector social service workers in contract with the city, after seven years of flat wages. The Human Services Council of New York, which represents 180 nonprofit organizations, held a rally outside City Hall on Monday to call for contract increases of 5 percent each year for the next two years...read more here.


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