Government Operations

Administration, State Board of
Report No. 16-08 Florida Growth Fund Investments Have Provided Over $200 Million in Distributions to the FRS; Fund Managers Continue to Seek New Investment Opportunities (December 2016)
Report No. 16-06 Over the Long-term, Major SBA Fund Returns Exceeded Market-Based Investment Benchmarks; FRS Pension Fund Multi-Year Performance Similar to Other States (November 2016)
Report No. 15-14 Florida Growth Fund Expands and Diversifies Investments (December 2015)
Report No. 15-05 FRS Pension Plan Investment Returns Are Similar to Other Public Pension Funds; SBA Continues to Increase Alternative Investments (March 2015)
Report No. 14-11 Florida Growth Fund Investments Continue to Add Jobs and Provide Distributions to the FRS (December 2014)
Report No. 13-05 FRS Pension Plan Investment Returns Are Similar to Those of Other States; SBA Is Increasing Alternative Investments (February 2013)
Report No. 11-10 Compared to Other States, the Pension Plan Is Better Funded, Incurs Lower Investment Fees, and Has Fewer Trustees; Investment Returns Are Average (February 2011)
Report No. 10-60 The Florida Growth Fund Added Investments in 2010, but It Is Still Too Early to Assess Total Economic Impact (December 2010)
Report No. 10-29 FRS Defined Contribution Plan Costs Are Typically More Predictable; the Fiscal Impact of Requiring New Employees to Enroll in the Plan Is Influenced by Many Factors (March 2010)
Report No. 10-19 Florida Retirement System Funds and Investment Returns Declined with the Economy; the SBA Reports That Its Investment Strategy Is Designed to Withstand Losses (February 2010)
Report No. 10-15 Several Options Are Available for Modifying the Florida Retirement System’s Class Structure to Reduce System Costs (January 2010)
Report No. 09-45 SBA Has Implemented the Florida Growth Fund; Economic Impact of Investments May Not Be Apparent for Several Years (December 2009)
Report No. 09-16 Retirement Fund Investments Decline with the Economy But Still Meet Several Performance Benchmarks; SBA Must Improve Communication with Its Stakeholders (March 2009)
Report No. 08-72 Economically Targeted Investment Program Under Development (December 2008)
Report No. 06-68 Progress Report: Use of Investment Returns Has Increased; Plan for Addressing Associated Risks Should Be Documented (November 2006)
Report No. 06-38 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standard (April 2006)
Report No. 05-25 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standards (April 2005)
Report No. 04-70 Multi-Year Projections of Retirement System Funding Should Be Provided to the Legislature (October 2004)
Report No. 99-52 Investment of Florida Retirement System Assets Meets Goals, But Earnings Could Be Increased (May 2000)
Report No. 98-10 Oversight Report on the State Board of Administration's 1996-97 Investment Report (August 1998)
Report No. 98-02 Follow-Up Report on the State Board of Administration's 1994-95 Investment Performance (July 1998)
Report No. 97-27 Oversight Report on the State Board of Administration's 1995-96 Investment Report (January 1998)
Report No. 96-53 Follow-up Report on the State Board of Administration's 1993-94 Investment Report (February 1997)
Report No. 96-09 Oversight Report on the State Board of Administration's 1994-95 Investment Performance (September 1996)
Report No. 94-48 Performance Audit of the 1993-94 Investment Report of the State Board of Administration (May 1995)
Report No. 94-01 Performance Audit of 1992-93 Investment Report of the State Board of Administration (August 1994)
Report No. 12175 Performance Audit of the 1991-92 Investment Report of the State Board of Administration (October 1993)

Agriculture and Consumer Services, Department of
Report No. 17-10 Use of Natural Gas Fuels to Operate Motor Vehicles Is Increasing in Florida (October 2017)
Report No. 10-44 State’s Food Safety Programs Have Improved Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency (June 2010)
Report No. 08-67 State Food Safety Programs Should Improve Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency (December 2008)
Report No. 97-57 Follow-Up Report on the Agriculture Management Information Center (March 1998)
Report No. 95-36 Review of the Agriculture Management Information Center (February 1996)

Business and Professional Regulation, Department of
Report No. 17-04 The State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF) Should Be Retained; Some Modifications Could Be Made (January 2017)
Report No. 10-44 State’s Food Safety Programs Have Improved Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency (June 2010)
Report No. 10-21 Options to Modify Harbor Pilot Oversight Could Improve Regulation and Rate Setting (February 2010)
Report No. 10-20 Limited Data Is Available Regarding Number of Mandatory Homeowners Associations; Options Exist for Information Gathering and State Oversight (February 2010)
Report No. 10-03 DBPR Increased Unlicensed Construction Enforcement Efforts; Electronic Submission Could Improve Complaint Processing (January 2010)
Report No. 09-39 The Legislature Could Consider Several Options to Protect Consumers from Unregulated Internet Poker (November 2009)
Report No. 09-37 Elevator Safety Inspections Are Improving, But DBPR Still Lacks Authority to Require Private Inspectors to Explain Inspection Result Discrepancies (October 2009)
Report No. 08-67 State Food Safety Programs Should Improve Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency (December 2008)
Report No. 07-44 DBPR Continues to Make Efforts to Streamline Processes and Improve Customer Service (November 2007)
Report No. 07-41 Progress Report: Division of Hotels and Restaurants Improves Operations and Makes Progress in Meeting Inspection Goals (October 2007)
Report No. 06-64 Progress Report: Professional Boards Encouraged to Increase Alternative Resolution, But Have Not Yet Modified Guidelines (October 2006)
Report No. 06-46 Progress Report: Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Has Made Improvements, But Additional Steps Are Needed to Increase Efficiency, Customer Service (May 2006)
Report No. 05-51 Division of Hotels and Restaurants Improves Operations But Not Meeting Inspection Goals (November 2005)
Report No. 05-28 Progress Report: Most Options to Aid Pari-Mutuel Industry Not Implemented; Legislature Determining How to Regulate Slot Machines (April 2005)
Report No. 04-56 Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Should Improve Primary Functions and Accountability System (August 2004)
Report No. 02-21 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 (March 2002)
Report No. 98-80 Progress Report: BPR Should Increase Education and Standardization Efforts for On-Premises Alcoholic Surcharge (May 1999)
Report No. 98-15 Follow-Up Report on Hotel and Restaurant Regulation (October 1998)
Report No. 96-62 Review of the Surcharge on Alcoholic Beverages for On-Premises Consumption (March 1997)

Children and Families, Department of
Report No. 09-08 Increased Public Awareness of the Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program Would Contribute to the Program’s Success (February 2009)
Report No. 06-63 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits (September 2006)
Report No. 99-10 Child Support Enforcement State Case Registry (September 1999)

Economic Opportunity, Department of
Report No. 11-01 Few Businesses Take Advantage of Enterprise Zone Benefits; the Legislature Could Consider Several Options to Modify the Program (January 2011)
Report No. 10-53 Most Local Governments Participating in the Expedited Review Process Report Benefits (September 2010)
Report No. 10-25 Pinellas County Should Track Fire and EMS Costs to Set Benchmarks, Control Costs, and Evaluate Alternative Service Delivery Models (February 2010)
Report No. 99-44 Progress Report: Department of Revenue Needs to Further Improve Oversight of Property Appraisers (March 2000)
Report No. 98-72 PB2 Performance Report for the State's Library, Archives, and Information Program (March 1999)
Report No. 95-22 Review of the Independent Special Districts That Provide Infrastructure and Services to the Public (December 1995)

Education, Department of
Report No. 17-04 The State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF) Should Be Retained; Some Modifications Could Be Made (January 2017)
Report No. 12-05 Recovery Expected in Lottery Revenue; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (February 2012)
Report No. 07-39 Progress Report: The Legislature Has Taken Steps to Promote the Self-Sufficiency of Regulatory Programs (September 2007)
Report No. 00-26 Inflexibility in Contracting and Retainage Practices Could Hurt Construction Industry (December 2000)
Report No. 99-41 Progress Report: DBPR Assumes Regulation of Educational Building Code Inspectors (March 2000)
Report No. 97-17 Follow-Up Report on the Division of Blind Services Administered by the Department of Labor & Employment Security (November 1997)
Report No. 94-23 Performance Audit of the Division of Blind Services Administered by the Department of Education (December 1994)

Elder Affairs, Department of
Report No. 09-08 Increased Public Awareness of the Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program Would Contribute to the Program’s Success (February 2009)

Environmental Protection, Department of
Report No. 96-50 Follow-up Report on the Department of Environmental Protection's Information Systems Development (February 1997)
Report No. 12300 Performance Audit of Information Systems Development Administered by the Department of Environmental Protection (May 1994)

Financial Services, Department of
Report No. 17-04 The State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF) Should Be Retained; Some Modifications Could Be Made (January 2017)
Report No. 09-08 Increased Public Awareness of the Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program Would Contribute to the Program’s Success (February 2009)
Report No. 06-32 Progress Report: Division of Risk Management Performs Well, But Additional Steps Could Be Taken to Reduce Losses and Contain Costs (April 2006)
Report No. 05-35 More Uniform Methodology Is Needed for State Agencies' Unit Cost Information (May 2005)
Report No. 04-49 The State’s Risk Management Program Could Be Authorized to Do More to Protect Florida’s Assets (July 2004)
Report No. 03-65 State’s Property Insurance Program Balances Risk and Cost of Insurance (December 2003)
Report No. 02-21 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 (March 2002)
Report No. 01-01 Financial Accountability for Public Funds Program Is Performing Well (January 2001)
Report No. 94-16 Review of the Comptroller's Pre-Audit Function Administered by the Department of Banking and Finance (December 1994)
Report No. 12316 Performance Audit of the Department of Banking and Finance's Strategic Planning, Budgeting, and Performance Reporting Systems (June 1994)

Florida College System
Report No. 00-26 Inflexibility in Contracting and Retainage Practices Could Hurt Construction Industry (December 2000)

Governor, Executive Office of the
Report No. 98-08 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Support Program Administered by the Department of Management Services (August 1998)

Health Care Administration, Agency for
Report No. 09-08 Increased Public Awareness of the Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program Would Contribute to the Program’s Success (February 2009)
Report No. 96-66 Review of the Office of Plans and Construction Within the Agency for Health Care Administration (March 1997)

Health, Department of
Report No. 10-44 State’s Food Safety Programs Have Improved Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency (June 2010)
Report No. 08-67 State Food Safety Programs Should Improve Performance and Financial Self-Sufficiency (December 2008)
Report No. 00-24 Child Support Enforcement Program, Florida Department of Revenue (December 2000)

Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Department of
Report No. 96-41 Review of the Use of Information Technology Within the Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles (January 1997)

Judicial System
Report No. 06-63 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits (September 2006)
Report No. 98-39 Child Support Enforcement Demonstration Projects Show Mixed Results, But Should Be Continued (January 1999)
Report No. 97-63 Review of Adherence to Child Support Guidelines (March 1998)
Report No. 96-59 Supplemental Analyses Child Support Collection and Disbursement Clerks of Circuit Court (February 1997)
Report No. 96-28 Review of the Collection and Disbursement Processes of the Florida Child Support Enforcement Program (January 1997)
Report No. 12248 Performance Audit of the Processing of Child Support Cases by the State Courts System and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (February 1994)
Report No. 94-04 Performance Review of the Use of the Public Records Modernization Trust Fund (September 1994)

Law Enforcement, Florida Department of
Report No. 96-47 Status Report on the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Initial Efforts in Performance-Based Program Budgeting (February 1997)

Lottery, Department of the
Report No. 17-01 Review of the Florida Lottery, 2016 (January 2017)
Report No. 16-01 Lottery Sales Have Increased; Transfers to the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund Remain Stable (January 2016)
Report No. 15-03 Lottery Transfers Continue to Increase; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers and Improve Efficiency (January 2015)
Report No. 14-06 Lottery Transfers Have Recovered; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (January 2014)
Report No. 13-02 Lottery Revenue Has Increased Over the Past Year; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (January 2013)
Report No. 12-05 Recovery Expected in Lottery Revenue; Options Remain to Enhance Transfers (February 2012)
Report No. 11-12 Lottery Profits Decline; Options Available to Enhance Transfers to Education (March 2011)
Report No. 02-11 Sale of Lottery Products Program, Department of the Lottery (February 2002)

Management Services, Department of
Report No. 13-FRS Actuarial Review of the July 1, 2012 Actuarial Valuation of the Florida Retirement System (August 2013)
Report No. 12-09 Program Review: Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Valuation Met Standards (July 2012)
Report No. 12-01 Negative Effects on the State’s Third Party Provider Network from 2009 Law Not Apparent (January 2012)
Report No. 11-17 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Valuation Met Standards (May 2011)
Report No. 10-46 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Valuation Met Standards (June 2010)
Report No. 10-31 The Legislature Could Consider Several Options for Modifying State Employee Compensation (March 2010)
Report No. 10-29 FRS Defined Contribution Plan Costs Are Typically More Predictable; the Fiscal Impact of Requiring New Employees to Enroll in the Plan Is Influenced by Many Factors (March 2010)
Report No. 10-28 DROP Could Be Improved by Defining Its Purpose, Standardizing Requirements, and Ensuring That Benefits Are Equitably Funded (March 2010)
Report No. 10-19 Florida Retirement System Funds and Investment Returns Declined with the Economy; the SBA Reports That Its Investment Strategy Is Designed to Withstand Losses (February 2010)
Report No. 10-15 Several Options Are Available for Modifying the Florida Retirement System’s Class Structure to Reduce System Costs (January 2010)
Report No. 09-PF People First Assessment (January 2009)
Report No. 09-MFMP "MyFloridaMarketPlace," the State of Florida eProcurement System (January 2009)
Report No. 09-24 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Valuation Met Standards (April 2009)
Report No. 08-72 Economically Targeted Investment Program Under Development (December 2008)
Report No. 08-30 Program Review: Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standard (April 2008)
Report No. 08-22 DMS Has Improved State Leasing Processes, Additional Performance Measures Needed (April 2008)
Report No. 07-43 FCHR Has Taken Steps to Improve Investigation Reports and Increase Customer Satisfaction (November 2007)
Report No. 07-24 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standard (April 2007)
Report No. 06-68 Progress Report: Use of Investment Returns Has Increased; Plan for Addressing Associated Risks Should Be Documented (November 2006)
Report No. 06-39 While Improving, People First Still Lacks Intended Functionality, Limitations Increase State Agency Workload and Costs (April 2006)
Report No. 06-38 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standard (April 2006)
Report No. 06-35 Steps Have Been Taken to Enhance State Acquisition Management, but Further Improvement Is Needed (April 2006)
Report No. 06-09 Eliminating FCHR Would Limit Options and Increase Costs to Citizens Seeking Remedy for Discrimination (January 2006)
Report No. 06-06 Workspace Management Initiative Can Benefit State, But DMS Not Taking Adequate Steps to Ensure Goals Are Met (January 2006)
Report No. 05-36 Progress Report: Division of Retirement Exploring Feasibility of Sharing Call Center Software; Center Hours Not Expanded (May 2005)
Report No. 05-25 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standards (April 2005)
Report No. 04-70 Multi-Year Projections of Retirement System Funding Should Be Provided to the Legislature (October 2004)
Report No. 04-48 Progress Report: Division of Administrative Hearings Significantly Improves the Method of Assessing Fees (July 2004)
Report No. 04-37 Merging DMS Quasi-Judicial Entities Would Not Result in Savings or Increased Efficiencies (June 2004)
Report No. 04-13 Program Review of the Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Fully Funded and Valuation Met Standards (February 2004)
Report No. 03-61 Outsourcing Pension Plan’s Outreach Services Would Not Be Cost-Effective (November 2003)
Report No. 03-21 Recommended Florida Retirement System Contribution Rates Remain Reasonable; Asset Growth Has Slowed (March 2003)
Report No. 02-71 An Altered Credit Allocation and a Combined Dispatch System Would Better Support State Law Enforcement Radio System (December 2002)
Report No. 02-70 Division of Administrative Hearings Method of Assessing Fees Needs Significant Revision (December 2002)
Report No. 02-66 Alternative Fee Options Exist for the Public Employees Relations Commission (December 2002)
Report No. 02-57 Downsizing Project Management Services Produces Savings, Few Adverse Effects (November 2002)
Report No. 02-31 Improved State Vehicle Management Could Save Florida up to $2.4 Million Annually (May 2002)
Report No. 02-20 Recommended Florida Retirement System Contribution Rates Are Reasonable (March 2002)
Report No. 01-35 Progress Report: Management Services Makes Progress by Implementing OPPAGA Recommendations (August 2001)
Report No. 01-33 Progress Report: DMS Adopts OPPAGA'S Workforce Recommendations; However, a Strong Outsourcing Contract Is Imperative (July 2001)
Report No. 01-21 Options to Re-Design State Employee Health Insurance Benefits Presented (March 2001)
Report No. 01-18 Recommended Florida Retirement System Contribution Rates Are Reasonable (March 2001)
Report No. 01-12 Feasibility of Outsourcing Florida's Statewide Retirement Systems (February 2001)
Report No. 00-26 Inflexibility in Contracting and Retainage Practices Could Hurt Construction Industry (December 2000)
Report No. 00-21 Progress Report: State Airfare Contract Reinstated in 1999 After 1998 Suspension Failed to Produce Results (December 2000)
Report No. 00-01 Progress Report: Retirement Program Addresses Backlog, But It Defers Developing Re-Engineering Indicators (August 2000)
Report No. 99-52 Investment of Florida Retirement System Assets Meets Goals, But Earnings Could Be Increased (May 2000)
Report No. 99-50 The Florida Retirement System Continues to Be Fully Funded; Unfunded Liability Eliminated (May 2000)
Report No. 98-82 Progress Report: Facilities Program Has Privatized More Services; Parking Fees Still Insufficient (June 1999)
Report No. 98-70 Preliminary Review of the Suspension of the State Contract for Air Carrier Service for Flights to and from Tallahassee (February 1999)
Report No. 98-62 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Information Technology Program Administered by the Department of Management Services (February 1999)
Report No. 98-53 PB2 Performance Report for the Support Program (February 1999)
Report No. 98-47 PB2 Performance Report for the Retirement Program (February 1999)
Report No. 98-42 Follow-Up Review on the Equipment Management Information System (January 1999)
Report No. 98-40 PB2 Performance Report for the Facilities Program (January 1999)
Report No. 98-37 PB2 Performance Report DMS Workforce Program Services' Efficiency Improves; Customer Satisfaction Has Doubled (January 1999)
Report No. 98-12 Follow-Up Report on the Use of Assigned State Vehicles and Personal Vehicle Use by the State Employees (September 1998)
Report No. 98-08 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Support Program Administered by the Department of Management Services (August 1998)
Report No. 98-01 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Workforce Program Administered by the Department of Management Services (July 1998)
Report No. 97-75 Program Evaluation & Justification Review Retirement Program Administered by the Division of Retirement (April 1997)
Report No. 97-66 Review of the 1997 Actuarial Valuation of the Florida Retirement System (March 1998)
Report No. 97-65 Review of the Information Technology Program's Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures and Standards (March 1998)
Report No. 97-55 Review of the Department of Management Services' Support Program's Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures and Standards (March 1998)
Report No. 97-54 Review of the Performance of the Department of Management Services' Workforce Program (February 1998)
Report No. 97-50 Follow-Up Report on Decentralized State Surplus Property Activities (February 1998)
Report No. 97-43 Review of the Department of Management Services' Facilities Program Based on Its Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures and Standards for Fiscal Year 1996-97 (February 1998)
Report No. 97-39 Review of the Division of Retirement's Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures and Standards (February 1998)
Report No. 97-16 Follow-Up Report on the Effects of Decentralized Purchasing Authority (November 1997)
Report No. 96-88 Department of Management Services' Facilities Program (June 1997)
Report No. 96-74 Follow-up Report on the Review of the State Executive Aircraft Pool (April 1997)
Report No. 96-39 Review of the Department of Management Services' Facilities Program's Performance-Based Program Budgeting Measures & Standards (January 1997)
Report No. 96-30 Follow-up Report on the State's Practices for Purchasing Microcomputer Equipment Administered by the Department of Management Services (January 1997)
Report No. 96-11 Follow-up Report on the Impact of the Creation of the Department of Management Services (September 1996)
Report No. 96-02 Review of the Equipment Management Information System (July 1996)
Report No. 95-40 Review of Decentralized Surplus State Property Activities (February 1996)
Report No. 95-34 Review of the Effects of Decentralized Purchasing Authority (February 1996)
Report No. 95-33 Review of the 1995 Actuarial Valuation of the Florida Retirement System (February 1996)
Report No. 95-18 Review of Florida's Career Service System Reform (December 1995)
Report No. 95-05 Review of the State Executive Aircraft Pool (September 1995)
Report No. 94-39 Performance Audit of the State's Practices for Purchasing Microcomputer Equipment Administered by the Department of Management Services (March 1995)
Report No. 94-38 A Longitudinal Study of Florida's Executive Systems The Senior Management Services and the Selected Exempt Service A Background Information and Data Report (March 1995)
Report No. 94-30 Review of the Impact of the Creation of the Department of Management Services (February 1995)
Report No. 94-22 Performance Audit of the Senior Management Service and the Selected Exempt Service Administered by the Department of Management Services (December 1994)
Report No. 12294 Performance Audit of the Meritorious Service Awards Program Administered by the Department of Management Services (May 1994)
Report No. 12275 Performance Audit of the 1993 Actuarial Valuation of the Florida Retirement System (April 1994)
Report No. 12181 A Review of the Minority Business Enterprise Assistance Program Administered by the Department of Management Services (October 1993)

Military Affairs, Department of
Report No. 03-45 Progress Report: Department of Military Affairs Revising Its Long-Term Planning for Armories (August 2003)
Report No. 01-59 Department of Military Affairs Should Develop Plan to Consolidate Facilities to Save Costs (November 2001)
Report No. 97-09 Follow-up Report on the Department of Military Affairs (October 1997)
Report No. 94-46 Performance Review of the Department of Military Affairs (April 1995)

Multi-Agency
Report No. 11-23 2011 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2011)
Report No. 11-16 Centralizing Vehicle Fleet Operations and Implementing Cost-Saving Strategies Could Reduce State Spending (April 2011)
Report No. 11-14 State Agency Travel Costs Are Down; Some Options Remain to Further Reduce Expenditures (March 2011)
Report No. 11-13 Centralizing Aviation Operations and Implementing Cost-Saving Strategies Could Reduce State Spending (March 2011)
Report No. 10-59 2010 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2010)
Report No. 10-13 2009 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (January 2010)
Report No. 10-04 Some Alternative Work Arrangements Can Reduce Costs and Provide Employee Benefits (January 2010)
Report No. 09-43 Several Options Exist for Streamlining State Agency Contact Centers (December 2009)
Report No. 08-69 2008 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2008)
Report No. 08-66 Agency Electronic Records Management Has Improved, But Statewide Strategic Plan Still Needed (December 2008)
Report No. 08-22 DMS Has Improved State Leasing Processes, Additional Performance Measures Needed (April 2008)
Report No. 07-46 2007 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2007)
Report No. 07-39 Progress Report: The Legislature Has Taken Steps to Promote the Self-Sufficiency of Regulatory Programs (September 2007)
Report No. 07-28 State Agencies Have Increased Their Use of Other Personal Services Employees (April 2007)
Report No. 07-06 State Agency Electronic Records Management Could Be Improved (January 2007)
Report No. 05-57 Legislature Should Consider Uniform Process to Determine Appropriate Regulatory Program Funding Levels (December 2005)
Report No. 05-53 State Printing Expenditures Have Decreased, But Additional Steps Could Produce More Savings (November 2005)
Report No. 05-35 More Uniform Methodology Is Needed for State Agencies' Unit Cost Information (May 2005)
Report No. 04-74 2004 Annotated Listing of Recommendations (November 2004)
Report No. 04-02 The Legislature Could Strengthen State’s Privatization Accountability Requirements (January 2004)
Report No. 03-77 2003 Annotated Listing of Recommendations (OPPAGA Recommendations for Legislative Consideration/Policy Options with Fiscal Impact) (December 2003)
Report No. 03-19 Measuring the Size and Cost of Florida State and Local Government (March 2003)
Report No. 03-04 Fiscal Impact Report: Recommendations Propose $1.4 Billion in Annual State Agency Impact and $2.1 Billion in Long-Term School District Savings $61.3 Million Implemented in Past Year (January 2003)
Report No. 02-71 An Altered Credit Allocation and a Combined Dispatch System Would Better Support State Law Enforcement Radio System (December 2002)
Report No. 02-31 Improved State Vehicle Management Could Save Florida up to $2.4 Million Annually (May 2002)
Report No. 02-14 State's "Actual" Workforce Is Increasing Primarily Due to Growth In Outside Jobs (March 2002)
Report No. 01-16 Government "Outside" Workforce Exceeds Number of State Personnel System Employees (March 2001)
Report No. 99-01 Bringing Administrative and Support Functions Under Performance-Based Program Budgeting (August 1999)
Report No. 98-78 Estimating the Costs of State Regulatory Program and Activities: Possible Approaches (April 1999)
Report No. 98-13 How Florida Compares: An Approach for Analyzing Government Staffing Levels (September 1998)
Report No. 98-12 Follow-Up Report on the Use of Assigned State Vehicles and Personal Vehicle Use by the State Employees (September 1998)
Report No. 96-84 Review of State Vehicle Fleet Purchasing (May 1997)
Report No. 96-12 Review of Personal Vehicle Use By State Employees (October 1996)
Report No. 96-08 Review of State Vehicle Maintenance (September 1996)
Report No. 96-03 Review of the Use of Assigned State Vehicles (July 1996)

OPPAGA
Report No. 12-11 2012 OPPAGA Recommendations Report (December 2012)
Report No. 11-23 2011 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2011)
Report No. 10-59 2010 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2010)
Report No. 10-13 2009 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (January 2010)
Report No. 08-69 2008 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2008)
Report No. 07-46 2007 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2007)
Report No. 06-69 2006 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2006)
Report No. 05-55 2005 Annotated Listing of Legislative Recommendations (December 2005)
Report No. 04-74 2004 Annotated Listing of Recommendations (November 2004)
Report No. 03-77 2003 Annotated Listing of Recommendations (OPPAGA Recommendations for Legislative Consideration/Policy Options with Fiscal Impact) (December 2003)
Report No. 03-32 Fiscal Impact Update: Recent OPPAGA Reports Propose $132.3 Million in State Agency Impact (May 2003)
Report No. 03-04 Fiscal Impact Report: Recommendations Propose $1.4 Billion in Annual State Agency Impact and $2.1 Billion in Long-Term School District Savings $61.3 Million Implemented in Past Year (January 2003)
Report No. 01-47 Fiscal Impact Report: OPPAGA Recommendations Total $2.5 Billion in Potential Fiscal Impact; $270 Million Implemented by the Legislature and State Agencies in the Last Year (October 2001)
Report No. 00-18 Fiscal Impact Report: $47 Million in OPPAGA Recommendations Implemented Since January 2000 (November 2000)
Report No. 99-32 Fiscal Impact Report: Potential Impact of $169.4 Million Proposed in Recommendations Since July 1998 (February 2000)
Report No. 98-64 Assessing Privatization in State Agency Programs (February 1999)
Report No. 98-36 OPPAGA Fiscal Impact Report, Fiscal Year 1997-98 (January 1999)
Report No. 97-15 Fiscal Impact of Recommendations Made by OPPAGA July 1994 Through June 1997 (November 1997)
Report No. 96-20 Fiscal Impact of Recommendations Made by OPPAGA from July 1994 to October 1996 (November 1996)

Other (e.g., commission, local, special district)
Report No. 17-11 Florida is Generally Following Statutory Child Support Guidelines; Deviations are Limited (November 2017)
Report No. 13-10 Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics Was Created Using Several Best Practices; Some Processes Could Be Enhanced (October 2013)

Revenue, Department of
Report No. 17-11 Florida is Generally Following Statutory Child Support Guidelines; Deviations are Limited (November 2017)
Report No. 17-10 Use of Natural Gas Fuels to Operate Motor Vehicles Is Increasing in Florida (October 2017)
Report No. 12-08 Miami-Dade’s Discretionary Surtax Provides Benefits; Accountability Processes Should Be Improved (June 2012)
Report No. 10-64 Time and Costs Are Increasing for Counties to Complete the Value Adjustment Board Process (December 2010)
Report No. 10-22 Florida Has Made Limited Progress in Streamlining Business Processes; One-Stop Portals of Benefit to Some Other States (February 2010)
Report No. 06-63 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits (September 2006)
Report No. 04-46 Progress Report: The Department of Revenue Has Begun Updating Its Guidelines for Assessment of Billboards (July 2004)
Report No. 04-20 DBPR Tax Functions Are Appropriately Placed; Expanded Use of DOR Tax Processing System Should Be Considered (March 2004)
Report No. 03-36 Administrative Establishment of Child Support Is Efficient for Uncontested Cases; Compliance Is Better for Orders Established Judicially (June 2003)
Report No. 03-13 Progress Report: Child Support Program Has Adopted or Addressed Most Recommendations (February 2003)
Report No. 02-69 Property Appraisers Use Cost Approach to Value Billboards; Guidelines Need Updating (December 2002)
Report No. 02-13 Adherence to Florida's Child Support Guidelines Appears to Be Improving (February 2002)
Report No. 01-32 Progress Report: State Child Support Case Registry Is Fully Operational; Receives Reimbursement (July 2001)
Report No. 00-24 Child Support Enforcement Program, Florida Department of Revenue (December 2000)
Report No. 00-20 Child Support Guidelines Schedule Should Reflect Current Economic Conditions (December 2000)
Report No. 00-19 Progress Report: Child Support Enforcement Demonstration Projects Continue to Show Mixed Results (November 2000)
Report No. 00-11 Establishment of the State Disbursement Unit Raises Cost to Process Child Support Payments (September 2000)
Report No. 99-44 Progress Report: Department of Revenue Needs to Further Improve Oversight of Property Appraisers (March 2000)
Report No. 99-10 Child Support Enforcement State Case Registry (September 1999)
Report No. 98-85 Progress Report: Interest & Penalty Provisions for Taxes Administered by the Department of Revenue (June 1999)
Report No. 98-77 Follow-Up Report on the Program Evaluation and Justification Review for the General Tax Administration Program (April 1999)
Report No. 98-73 PB2 Performance Report for the General Tax Administration Program (March 1999)
Report No. 98-71 PB2 Performance Report for the General Tax Administration Program (March 1999)
Report No. 98-39 Child Support Enforcement Demonstration Projects Show Mixed Results, But Should Be Continued (January 1999)
Report No. 97-64 Review of the Performance of the Department of Revenue's Property Tax Administration Program Based on Performance-Based Budgeting Measures and Standards for Fiscal Year 1996-97 (March 1998)
Report No. 97-63 Review of Adherence to Child Support Guidelines (March 1998)
Report No. 97-48 Review of the Department of Revenue's General Tax Administration Program Based on Performance-Based Budgeting Measures and Standards for Fiscal Year 1996-97 (February 1998)
Report No. 97-31 Follow-Up Report on Administration of the Documentary Stamp Tax by the Department of Revenue (January 1998)
Report No. 96-89 Review of the 1997 Actuarial Valuation of the Florida Retirement System ()
Report No. 96-81 Program Evaluation and Justification Review Property Tax Administration Program Administered by the Department of Revenue (April 1997)
Report No. 96-59 Supplemental Analyses Child Support Collection and Disbursement Clerks of Circuit Court (February 1997)
Report No. 96-56 Review of the Fiscal Year 1995-96 Performance of the Department of Revenue's General Tax Administration Program Compared to General Appropriations Act Performance Standards (February 1997)
Report No. 96-55 Review of the Fiscal Year 1995-96 Performance of the Department of Revenue's Property Tax Administration Program Compared to General Appropriations Act Performance Standards (February 1997)
Report No. 96-28 Review of the Collection and Disbursement Processes of the Florida Child Support Enforcement Program (January 1997)
Report No. 96-17 Follow-up Report on the Taxpayer Assistance Program Administered by the Department of Revenue (November 1996)
Report No. 96-13 Review of Interest and Penalty Provisions for Taxes Administered by the Department of Revenue (November 1996)
Report No. 95-47 Review of the Administration of the Documentary Stamp Tax by the Department of Revenue (April 1996)
Report No. 95-39 Review of the Collection of Owed Taxes Administered by the Department of Revenue (February 1996)
Report No. 94-44 Review of the Division of Audits Within the Department of Revenue (April 1995)
Report No. 94-19 Review of Florida Diesel Fuel Taxation (December 1994)
Report No. 94-13 Performance Audit of the Taxpayer Assistance Program Administered by the Department of Revenue (November 1994)
Report No. 12210 Performance Audit of the Taxpayer Identification Process Administered by the Department of Revenue (December 1993)
Report No. 12195 Performance Audit of the Collection of Owed Sales Taxes by the Department of Revenue (December 1993)

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Report No. 10-22 Florida Has Made Limited Progress in Streamlining Business Processes; One-Stop Portals of Benefit to Some Other States (February 2010)
Report No. 09-35 Benefits from Statewide Cable and Video Franchise Reform Remain Uncertain (October 2009)
Report No. 08-66 Agency Electronic Records Management Has Improved, But Statewide Strategic Plan Still Needed (December 2008)
Report No. 07-06 State Agency Electronic Records Management Could Be Improved (January 2007)
Report No. 02-55 Most Election Reforms Implemented; Additional Actions Could Be Considered (October 2002)
Report No. 02-34 Progress Report: Program Fund Accountability Still an Issue for Department of State's Licensing Program (May 2002)
Report No. 02-28 Progress Report: Corporations Program Revenues Continue to Be Diverted to Unnecessary Trust Funds (May 2002)
Report No. 01-20 Progress Report: The Library, Archives, and Information Program Has Improved Primary Functions (March 2001)
Report No. 00-22 Licensing Program Is Performing Well; Operations and Service Can Be Improved (December 2000)
Report No. 00-10 Corporations Program Operates Well; Its Fee System Needs Streamlining (September 2000)
Report No. 99-05 Library, Archives, and Information Program (August 1999)
Report No. 98-79 Progress Report: DOS Developing Ringling Museum Measurer; No Action Taken on Coconut Grove Playhouse (May 1999)
Report No. 98-72 PB2 Performance Report for the State's Library, Archives, and Information Program (March 1999)