Commissioner Jeanette M. Moy

Portrait of Commissioner Jeanette M. Moy.

Appointed by Governor Hochul in October 2021 and unanimously confirmed by the New York State Senate in February 2022, Jeanette serves as Commissioner of the New York State Office of General Services (OGS) and a member of the Governor’s Cabinet.

Commissioner Moy has led transformational changes at the agency as it implements new programs aimed at improving the way State government operates, making it more data-driven, effective, resilient, and responsive to the needs of the agencies, residents, and visitors OGS serves. Under her leadership, OGS created a new Division of Resilience and Sustainability to help meet statewide climate goals, which include converting the light-duty fleet to all zero-emission vehicles by 2035, baselining and reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 85% by 2050 and adapting OGS’s assets and operations to the increasing impacts of climate change. OGS is driving efforts to modernize the state’s procurement systems and processes. OGS also established the State’s new Office of Language Access, which is ensuring New Yorkers with limited English proficiency have access to important government programs and services.

Commissioner Moy served on Governor’s Prison Redevelopment Commission, which is focused on reimagining closed correctional facilities for innovative redevelopment opportunities across the State. She is an ex officio member of the State’s Veterans Employment Task Force and was named as a member of New York State’s 250th Commemoration Commission.

Prior to OGS, Commissioner Moy was EVP & COO at Public Health Solutions, the largest health non-profit serving NYC. She served as COO at the NYS Office of the Attorney General, leading its statewide modernization efforts. She was the first Chief Strategy Officer at Brooklyn Public Library, the fifth-largest public library system in the nation. She served as Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor at the NYC Mayor’s Office, focused on customer service strategies, technology, and innovation.

Commissioner Moy received her BA and MS from the University of Rochester.