The complete 2013 fiscal year New York City payroll, which includes names and salaries for more than 475,000 full- and part-time employees, is now posted on SeeThroughNY.net, the Empire Center for Public Policy’s government spending transparency website.
The updated database includes the names, titles, base pay rates, and total pay for individuals who worked at any point between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. Taxpayers can search SeeThroughNY for New York City payroll records dating back to fiscal year 2009.
The latest data show:
William Naddeo, a supervisor plumber in the city’s Housing Authority, was the overtime champion, racking up $140,655 of overtime to bring his total pay to $234,812. Including Naddeo, 26 of the top 50 overtime earners worked in the city’s Housing Authority.
The employees of the New York City Fire Department had the highest average pay (on a departmental basis) at $96,681. The city’s Fire Department also had the highest average overtime at $21,594.
The Police Department reported total overtime of $634,688,886.
Not reflected in the data are costs of pensions, health insurance for employees and retirees, and other benefits. Tables listing the 50 highest-paid employees, 50 highest-overtime earners and selected city agency data, including average pay, number of employees and overtime paid, are available here.