Agriculture

Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of
Report No. 09-03 No Changes Are Necessary to the State’s Organization of School Nutrition Programs (January 2009)
Report No. 04-29 Progress Report: Consumer Protection Program Increases Some Fees; Some Revenue and Efficiency Opportunities Remain (March 2004)
Report No. 04-28 Progress Report: Program Improves Measurement and Interdiction Activities; Still Supports the State Fair and Dependent Markets (March 2004)
Report No. 03-57 Progress Report: Food Safety Program Increases Some Fees; Still Requires Funding From Other Sources (October 2003)
Report No. 03-43 Progress Report: Forestry Program Could Achieve Savings by Implementing OPPAGA Recommendations (August 2003)
Report No. 02-64 New Security Rules Have Minimal Cost Impact on Aerial Application Industry (December 2002)
Report No. 01-60 Agricultural Development Program Met Standards, But Activities Should Become Financially Self-Supporting (November 2001)
Report No. 01-53 Some Funding Shifts Are Possible for the State's Food Safety and Quality Program (November 2001)
Report No. 01-51 General Revenue Savings Possible in Consumer Protection Program (November 2001)
Report No. 97-57 Follow-Up Report on the Agriculture Management Information Center (March 1998)
Report No. 97-30 Follow-Up Report on the Division of Marketing and Development Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (January 1998)
Report No. 96-45 Follow-up Report on the Division of Fruit and Vegetables Within the Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services (February 1997)
Report No. 96-23 Follow-up Report on the Division of Plant Industry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (December 1996)
Report No. 96-10 Follow-up Report on the Division of Forestry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (September 1996)
Report No. 95-36 Review of the Agriculture Management Information Center (February 1996)
Report No. 95-29 Review of the Division of Marketing and Development Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services ()
Report No. 94-43 Review of the Division of Fruit and Vegetables of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (April 1995)
Report No. 94-42 Review of the Amusement Device Safety Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services ()
Report No. 94-35 Review of the Division of Plant Industry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services ()
Report No. 94-28 Review of Selected Consumer Protection Programs of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (January 1995)
Report No. 12231 Performance Audit of the Meat Inspection Program Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (January 1994)
Report No. 94-11 Performance Audit of the Division of Forestry Within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (October 1994)
Report No. 12185 Performance Audit of the Division of Animal Industry as Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (November 1993)

Board of Governors of the State University System
Report No. 04-51 Progress Report: IFAS Evaluating Fees, But Has Not Made Any Modifications to Previous Consolidation Plans (August 2004)
Report No. 02-40 Special Examination of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (July 2002)

Citrus, Department of
Report No. 12186 Performance Audit of the Citrus Fruit Dealer Licensing Program Jointly Administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Department of Citrus (November 1993)
Report No. 12183 Performance Audit of the Department of Citrus (November 1993)

Education, Department of
Report No. 09-05 Providing a Free Breakfast to All Public School Students Would Be Costly for Most School Districts (February 2009)
Report No. 09-04 School Districts’ Food Service Programs Generally Are Not Financially Self-Sufficient (January 2009)
Report No. 09-03 No Changes Are Necessary to the State’s Organization of School Nutrition Programs (January 2009)
Report No. 09-02 Best Practices Could Help School Districts Reduce Their Food Service Program Costs (January 2009)
Report No. 02-40 Special Examination of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (July 2002)

Environmental Protection, Department of
Report No. 05-42 Progress Report: Initial Steps Taken to Implement TMDL Program, Too Early to Determine Water Quality Improvements (August 2005)
Report No. 01-36 Forest Protection Program Meets Most Standards; Could Achieve Further Savings (August 2001)

Judicial System
Report No. 09-06 Judicial Case Management Practices Vary Throughout State; Better Case Data Needed (January 2009)

State, Department of
Report No. 02-34 Progress Report: Program Fund Accountability Still an Issue for Department of State's Licensing Program (May 2002)