In a major crackdown on corruption, more than 70 individuals are facing charges in a massive NYCHA (New York City Housing Authority) corruption bust. The scandal has implicated both current and former NYCHA staff members, revealing widespread bribery schemes that have left an indelible mark on every borough and nearly one-third of NYCHA's housing developments.
Jocelyn Strauber, the Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation, disclosed the extensive nature of the corruption, emphasizing its pervasive reach across various NYCHA operations. The charges stem from separate bribery schemes that have exploited the no-bid process for contract. . .