The New York State Korean War Veterans Memorial is dedicated at the Empire State Plaza.
The New York State Police Officers Memorial is dedicated at the Empire State Plaza.
Robert Adams is appointed OGS commissioner.
OGS offers video teleconferencing service to save agencies thousands of dollars in travel costs and hundreds of hours in travel time.
OGS assists with Woodstock ’94 by providing safe and convenient places in and around the Capital Region for concertgoers to park and catch buses to Saugerties, accommodating 8,000 vehicles over the weekend of the music festival.
Peter Delaney is appointed OGS commissioner.
The first OGS website launches, one year after Governor Pataki announces New York State’s “residence” on the World Wide Web through a public/private partnership.
Joseph Seymour is appointed OGS commissioner.
OGS creates a special Y2K Office to review and prepare for potential Y2K problems that never came.
The New York State Fallen Firefighters Memorial is dedicated at the Empire State Plaza.
Governor Pataki signs Albany Plan legislation to modernize and develop Capital Region state offices and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the city’s facilities.