In connection with its criminal and civil enforcement efforts, the United States Attorney's Office occasionally selects, or participates in the selection of, monitors, receivers, special masters, claims administrators, and similar appointments. In some instances, depending on the circumstances and exigencies of the case, the United States Attorney's Office will solicit applications for such positions. Cases (if any) in which we are currently soliciting applications are listed below.
Court-Appointed Monitor - NYCHA
Applications Accepted Until Court Enters Proposed Consent Decree
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York is soliciting applications from qualified individuals to serve as Court-appointed monitor in connection with a proposed consent decree submitted to the Court for approval in the case of United States v. New York City Housing Authority, 18 Civ. 5213 (WHP). Pursuant to the terms of the consent decree, the Government will propose a monitor for approval by the Court. As set forth at greater length in the consent decree, the monitor will be responsible for the remediation of extensive health and safety deficiencies in NYCHA housing, as well as oversight and reform of NYCHA management, controls and operations. Commencing Wednesday, June 27, 2018, interested parties may submit a NYCHA Monitor Application to USANYS.Monitor@usdoj.gov.
Applications will be accepted until the date that the Court enters the proposed consent decree. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as they are submitted, and applicants are encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible.