Commissioner Jeanette M. Moy

Portrait of Commissioner Jeanette M. Moy.

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

Under Commissioner Moy’s leadership, OGS is implementing a comprehensive strategic plan to improve how the agency operates, making it more data-driven, sustainable, and responsive. She launched a new Division of Resiliency and Sustainability to help meet statewide climate goals, which include converting the State’s light-duty fleet to all zero-emission vehicles by 2035, reducing greenhouse gas emissions 85 percent by 2050, and adapting OGS’s assets and operations to the increasing impacts of climate change.

Commissioner Moy is also driving improvements in how the State utilizes and maintains its State assets, infrastructure, and facilities. She is ensuring OGS is taking the steps necessary to support Governor Hochul’s efforts to put underutilized and surplus State property to productive use.

She is leading efforts to modernize the State’s operations, including capital design and construction initiatives, e-procurement systems, and leveraging New York’s immense buying power to reduce government costs and achieve the State’s crucial environmental and economic goals.

Under Governor Hochul’s leadership, Commissioner Moy oversaw OGS’s establishment of the State’s new Office of Language Access to ensure New Yorkers with limited English proficiency have access to the State’s vital programs and services in their primary language.

Before coming to OGS, Commissioner Moy served as the EVP and Chief Operating Officer at Public Health Solutions, Chief Operating Officer at the NYS Office of the Attorney General, Chief Strategy Officer at Brooklyn Public Library, Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor at the NYC Mayor’s Office. She received her BA and MS from the University of Rochester. She resides in the Capital Region with her husband and children.