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State Seeks Data on Pay Of Leaders at Nonprofits - NYTimes.com

The New York Times reports today that the task force appointed by Governor Cuomo to investigate salaries of not-for-profit organizations in the state has begun its activity in earnest.

A New York State task force on Thursday began sending letters to hundreds of nonprofit organizations that receive state money demanding details about how much they pay their executives and board members.

The information will be compiled electronically and could shine a light on executives who take home an outsize share of their organization's revenue.

Read the full article on the New York Times website, which includes a link to the letter (takes a while to load).

For more on the task force, see our initial post and the governor's office press release from August 3.

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