Business and Professional Regulation, Department of

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
17-04 1/17 The State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF) Should Be Retained; Some Modifications Could Be Made
10-44 6/10 State’s Food Safety Programs Have Improved Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency
10-21 2/10 Options to Modify Harbor Pilot Oversight Could Improve Regulation and Rate Setting
10-20 2/10 Limited Data Is Available Regarding Number of Mandatory Homeowners Associations; Options Exist for Information Gathering and State Oversight
10-03 1/10 DBPR Increased Unlicensed Construction Enforcement Efforts; Electronic Submission Could Improve Complaint Processing
09-39 11/09 The Legislature Could Consider Several Options to Protect Consumers from Unregulated Internet Poker
09-37 10/09 Elevator Safety Inspections Are Improving, But DBPR Still Lacks Authority to Require Private Inspectors to Explain Inspection Result Discrepancies
08-67 12/08 State Food Safety Programs Should Improve Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency
08-21 4/08 Several Steps Could Be Taken to Improve the Construction Complaint Process and Increase Homeowner Protection
08-18 4/08 Privatization Has Helped Improve Elevator Safety; Additional State Oversight Is Needed
07-44 11/07 DBPR Continues to Make Efforts to Streamline Processes and Improve Customer Service
07-41 10/07 Progress Report: Division of Hotels and Restaurants Improves Operations and Makes Progress in Meeting Inspection Goals
07-07 2/07 Progress Report: Division of Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes Has Improved Some Business Processes
06-64 10/06 Progress Report: Professional Boards Encouraged to Increase Alternative Resolution, But Have Not Yet Modified Guidelines
06-46 5/06 Progress Report: Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Has Made Improvements, But Additional Steps Are Needed to Increase Efficiency, Customer Service
05-60 12/05 DBPR Re-Engineering Has Achieved Cost Savings, But More Can Be Done to Centralize Functions and Improve Services
05-51 11/05 Division of Hotels and Restaurants Improves Operations But Not Meeting Inspection Goals
05-28 4/05 Progress Report: Most Options to Aid Pari-Mutuel Industry Not Implemented; Legislature Determining How to Regulate Slot Machines
05-24 4/05 Condominium Program Should Process Complaints, Disputes Sooner and Enhance Program Services
05-15 3/05 Greater Use of Alternative Resolution Could Aid Consumer Protection
04-56 8/04 Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Should Improve Primary Functions and Accountability System
04-17 2/04 Progress Report: Improvements to Death Care Industry Still Needed
03-56 10/03 Additional Steps Could Be Taken to Aid Pari-Mutuel Wagering Industry and/or Cut Regulatory Costs
02-38 6/02 Progress Report: Florida Engineers Management Corporation Performs Well, But Department of Business and Professional Regulation Has Not Implemented Privatization Recommendations
02-21 3/02 Florida's Regulation of the Death Care Industry Has Many Weaknesses, Results of a Joint Examination Conducted by the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability and the Auditor General
99-42 3/00 Privatizing Regulation of Professional Engineers Has Improved Services, But Increased Costs
99-37 3/00 Division of Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes Improves Timeliness, But Faces Funding Issues
99-15 12/99 Progress Report: Bureau of Condominiums Has Improved Its Complaint Investigation Process
98-80 5/99 Progress Report: BPR Should Increase Education and Standardization Efforts for On-Premises Alcoholic Surcharge
98-22 11/98 Follow-Up Report on the Review of the Electrical Contractor's Licensing Board
98-15 10/98 Follow-Up Report on Hotel and Restaurant Regulation
97-62 3/98 Review of the Bureau of Condominiums Complaint Investigation Process
96-62 3/97 Review of the Surcharge on Alcoholic Beverages for On-Premises Consumption
96-24 12/96 Review of Hotel and Restaurant Regulation
96-16 11/96 Review of the Electrical Contractors' Licensing Board
12308 5/94 Performance Audit of the Division of Real Estate in the Department of Business and Professional Regulation
12156 8/93 Performance Audit of the Consumer Complaint Process Administered by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation
11914 7/92 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Marine Piloting Administered by the Department of Professional Regulation
11778 12/91 Performance Audit of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Program Administered by the Department of Business Regulation
11558 1/91 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Pari-Mutuel Wagering as Administered by the Department of Business Regulation
11378 2/90 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Mobile Homes and Mobile Home Parks by the Department of Business Regulation, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
11227 5/89 Performance Audit of the Real Estate Time-Share Regulation Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services
11210 4/89 Performance Audit of the Selected Components of the Regulation of Professions by the Department of Professional Regulation
11026 5/88 Performance Audit of the Regulation of the Construction Contracting Industry Administered by the Department of Professional Regulation
10952 11/87 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Architecture
10906 8/87 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Landscape Architects
10787 11/86 Performance Audit of the Condominium Regulatory Program of the Department of Business Regulation
10654 2/86 Performance Audit of the Regulation of Dentistry and Dental Hygienists
10531 6/85 Performance Audit of the State Elevator Regulation Program Administered by the Department of Business Regulation
10047 7/82 Performance Audit of the State Alcoholic Beverage Licensing and Law Enforcement Program Administered by the Department of Business Regulation, Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco