Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
17-10 10/17 Use of Natural Gas Fuels to Operate Motor Vehicles Is Increasing in Florida
15-09 11/15 Natural Gas Rebate Recipients Are Satisfied; Improved Economic Benefits Data Is Needed
10-44 6/10 State’s Food Safety Programs Have Improved Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency
09-03 1/09 No Changes Are Necessary to the State’s Organization of School Nutrition Programs
08-67 12/08 State Food Safety Programs Should Improve Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency
07-33S 2/08 Sunset Review: Environmental Law Enforcement Options for Legislative Consideration
07-25S 1/08 Sunset Review: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Agricultural Economic Development Program Legislative Options
07-24S 1/08 Sunset Review: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Consumer Protection Program Options for Legislative Consideration
07-23S 1/08 Sunset Review: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Division of Forestry Legislative Options
07-22S 1/08 Sunset Review: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Food Safety and Quality Program Legislative Options
07-21S 12/07 Sunset Review: Conservation Land Management Options for Legislative Consideration
07-11S 9/07 Sunset Review: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Advisory Committees
07-07S2 6/07 Sunset Review: OPPAGA Reports on the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services 2000 - 2007
07-01S 4/07 Sunset Review: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Overview
06-51 6/06 Florida’s System for Handling Consumer Complaints Could Be Improved
04-29 3/04 Progress Report: Consumer Protection Program Increases Some Fees; Some Revenue and Efficiency Opportunities Remain
04-28 3/04 Progress Report: Program Improves Measurement and Interdiction Activities; Still Supports the State Fair and Dependent Markets
03-57 10/03 Progress Report: Food Safety Program Increases Some Fees; Still Requires Funding From Other Sources
03-43 8/03 Progress Report: Forestry Program Could Achieve Savings by Implementing OPPAGA Recommendations
02-64 12/02 New Security Rules Have Minimal Cost Impact on Aerial Application Industry
01-60 11/01 Agricultural Development Program Met Standards, But Activities Should Become Financially Self-Supporting
01-53 11/01 Some Funding Shifts Are Possible for the State's Food Safety and Quality Program
01-51 11/01 General Revenue Savings Possible in Consumer Protection Program
97-57 3/98 Follow-Up Report on the Agriculture Management Information Center
97-30 1/98 Follow-Up Report on the Division of Marketing and Development Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
96-76 4/97 Follow-up Report on Selected Consumer Protection Programs Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
96-45 2/97 Follow-up Report on the Division of Fruit and Vegetables Within the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
96-40 1/97 Follow-up Report on the Amusement Device Safety Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
96-23 12/96 Follow-up Report on the Division of Plant Industry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
96-10 9/96 Follow-up Report on the Division of Forestry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
95-36 2/96 Review of the Agriculture Management Information Center
95-29 Review of the Division of Marketing and Development Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
94-43 4/95 Review of the Division of Fruit and Vegetables of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
94-42 Review of the Amusement Device Safety Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
94-35 Review of the Division of Plant Industry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
94-28 1/95 Review of Selected Consumer Protection Programs of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
12231 1/94 Performance Audit of the Meat Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
94-11 10/94 Performance Audit of the Division of Forestry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
12185 11/93 Performance Audit of the Division of Animal Industry as Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11806 2/92 Performance Audit of the Food Grades and Standards Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11766 12/91 Performance Audit of the Feed, Seed, and Fertilizer Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11739 10/91 Performance Audit of the Dairy Industry Regulation Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11578 2/91 Performance Audit of State Aquaculture Activities by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Aquaculture Interagency Coordinating Council
11522 10/90 Performance Audit of the Petroleum Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11447 6/90 Performance Audit of the Weights and Measures Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11445 6/90 Performance Audit of the Wildfire Protection Services Provided by the Division of Forestry of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11412 4/90 Performance Audit of the Agricultural Dealer Licensing Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11404 4/90 Performance Audit of the Division on Plant Industry of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
11132 11/88 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Pesticides Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
10858 5/87 Performance Audit of the State Farmers Market Program as Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
10685 5/86 Performance Audit of the Citrus Canker Eradication and Financial Assistance Program
10341 2/84 Performance Audit of the Bureau of Road Guards Agricultural Inspection Program of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services