Since becoming State Comptroller in February 2007, Thomas P. DiNapoli has transformed the way his office does business. DiNapoli has uncovered reforms to make government more effective, efficient and ethical. He has pushed for increased transparency and accountability in government, and identified billions of dollars in waste, fraud, abuse and mismanagement.
DiNapoli, New York’s chief fiscal officer, is responsible for auditing the operations of all State agencies and local governments, managing the State’s pension fund, overseeing the New York State and Local Retirement System, reviewing the State and New York City budgets, approving State contracts, and administering the State’s payroll and central accounting system. As sole trustee for the $129 billion State pension fund, one of the largest institutional investors