Bart Schwartz, the independent federal monitor overseeing the New York City Housing Authority since 2019, issued his final report card.

The report blames many of the problems NYCHA faces on its top managers for not finding better ways to use its resources.

While the monitor noted there were significant achievements made in getting rid of lead paint, reducing mold and improving heating services.

He also criticized the organization’s habits of reacting to emergencies instead of acting preemptively.

The report comes after the Justice Department arrested 70 current and former NYCHA employees on corruptions charges early last month.

Meanwhile, Schwartz’s five-year term has now come to a close, and a new firm was chosen by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development for the next five years.

Schwartz joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Wednesday to discuss more.