Health and Human Services

Board of Governors of the State University System
Report No. 17-07 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016 (June 2017)
Report No. 13-09 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12 (June 2013)
Report No. 13-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates (January 2013)
Report No. 12-07 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011 (May 2012)
Report No. 12-04 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates (January 2012)
Report No. 11-18 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10 (May 2011)
Report No. 11-06 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10 (January 2011)
Report No. 10-14 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues (January 2010)
Report No. 09-19 Medical Education Program Funding Model Must Address Institutional Variations and Data Limitations (March 2009)

Children and Families, Department of
Report No. 17-09 DCF and Its Lead Agencies Have Not Resolved Issues Related to Serving Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (June 2017)
Report No. 16-04 Placement Challenges Persist for Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation; Questions Regarding Effective Interventions and Outcomes Remain (July 2016)
Report No. 15-06 State and Local Agencies Are in Initial Stages of Addressing Needs of Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation (June 2015)
Report No. 13-07 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (March 2013)
Report No. 13-04 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs (February 2013)
Report No. 12-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2012)
Report No. 11-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2011)
Report No. 10-47 DCF and Lead Agencies Have Made Progress in Reducing Barriers to Successful Adoptions (July 2010)
Report No. 10-40 Insufficient Information Available to Fully Assess the Success of the Self-Directed Care Program (April 2010)
Report No. 10-30 DCF Has Improved Some Aspects of Independent Living Program Oversight; Other Long-Standing Problems Remain (March 2010)
Report No. 10-10 Profile of Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2010)
Report No. 09-33 Limited Information Available to Assess Statewide Demand and Outcomes for After School Programs (August 2009)
Report No. 09-32 Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (July 2009)
Report No. 09-15 Transition to Aging Resource Centers Complete; Enhancement of Elder Service System Continues (March 2009)
Report No. 09-09 Outsourced Oversight for Community-Based Care Produced Benefits But Substantive Challenges (February 2009)
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. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-17 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing (March 2008)
Report No. 08-14 Statewide Implementation of Aging Resource Center Initiative Is Substantially Complete (March 2008)
Report No. 08-13 ACCESS Improved Productivity; Additional Refinements Would Better Manage Workload (March 2008)
Report No. 08-10 The Delays in Screening Sexually Violent Predators Increase Costs; Treatment Facility Security Enhanced (March 2008)
Report No. 08-09 Pilot to Outsource CBC Program Oversight Encountered Setbacks; Effectiveness Unknown (February 2008)
Report No. 08-06 Additional Strategies Would Help Address the Barriers to Successful Adoptions (January 2008)
Report No. 08-05 Lead Agencies Structure Their Adoption Programs in a Variety of Ways (January 2008)
Report No. 07-38 An Aggressive Schedule Set to Complete Implementation of Aging Resource Centers (September 2007)
Report No. 07-20 Department of Elder Affairs Resumes Transition Activities for Aging Resource Center Initiative (March 2007)
Report No. 07-12 Several Factors Can Delay Eligibility Determination for Medicaid Long-Term Care (February 2007)
Report No. 07-11 Improved Fiscal and Quality Oversight Is Needed for the Independent Living Program (February 2007)
Report No. 07-03 CBC Pilot Project Implementation Delayed But Proceeding; Other Initiatives Implemented (January 2007)
Report No. 06-72 Further Contracting Enhancements Would Help DCF Correct Vendor Noncompliance (December 2006)
Report No. 06-63 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits (September 2006)
Report No. 06-62 Aging Resource Center Initiative Has Not Moved Beyond the Pilot Sites (September 2006)
Report No. 06-59 Progress Report: While Some Steps Have Been Taken, Office on Homelessness Needs to Enhance Efforts to Assist the Homeless Population Within the State (August 2006)
Report No. 06-50 Child Welfare System Performance Mixed in First Year of Statewide Community-Based Care (June 2006)
Report No. 06-47 Progress Report: Adult Protective Services Takes Steps to Improve Coordination with Local Law Enforcement Agencies (May 2006)
Report No. 06-21 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Made Progress But Needs More Narrow Focus (March 2006)
Report No. 06-20 Aging and Disability Pilot Sites Are Making Progress; Future of Other Centers Uncertain (March 2006)
Report No. 06-16 The Department of Children and Families Has Taken Steps to Address 2005 Contracting Law (February 2006)
Report No. 06-12 Centralizing DCF Substance Abuse and Mental Health Programs Produced Benefits (February 2006)
Report No. 06-05 Additional Improvements Are Needed as DCF Redesigns Its Lead Agency Oversight Systems (January 2006)
Report No. 05-62 A Medicaid Buy-in Program Would Increase Health Care Access for the Uninsured But Also Increase State Costs (December 2005)
Report No. 05-61 Improvements in Independent Living Services Will Better Assist State’s Struggling Youth (December 2005)
Report No. 05-47 Progress Report: Child Welfare Legal Services Makes Some Improvements, But Other Changes Needed (September 2005)
Report No. 05-45 Aging Resource Center Initiative Is Moving Ahead, But Needs Additional Work (August 2005)
Report No. 05-40 Progress Report: After Further Delay, DCF Redesigning Child Welfare Training and Taking Steps to Clarify Case Transfer (August 2005)
Report No. 05-39 Disabilities Groups Should Improve Coordination, But Duplication of Activities Appears to Be Low (July 2005)
Report No. 05-17 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Has Not Addressed Its Responsibilities Fully (March 2005)
Report No. 05-12 Child Welfare Transition Nearly Complete; Budget Allocation and Oversight Systems Need Strengthening (March 2005)
Report No. 05-07 Centralizing DCF Substance Abuse and Mental Health Programs Provides Benefits But Also Challenge (February 2005)
Report No. 05-06 DOEA Has Taken Reasonable Steps to Begin the Aging Resource Center Initiative (February 2005)
Report No. 05-03 Continuing Certain Medicaid Options Will Increase Costs, But Benefit Recipients and the State (January 2005)
Report No. 05-01 Economic Impact of Homelessness Is Significant; Improvements Needed at State and Local Levels (January 2005)
Report No. 04-78 Independent Living Minimum Standards Recommended for Children in Foster Care (November 2004)
Report No. 04-73 Most Adult Protection Working Agreements Signed, But Have Had Limited Effectiveness (October 2004)
Report No. 04-67 Progress Report: DCF Implements Recommendations, But Some Delays Still Occurring in Residential Mental Health Assessment Process (August 2004)
Report No. 04-65 DCF Improves Readiness Assessment Process; However, Additional Changes Are Needed (September 2004)
Report No. 04-63 Progress Report: Sexually Violent Predator Program Is Reducing Backlog, But Still Not Timely (August 2004)
Report No. 04-55 Progress Report: Children’s Advocacy Centers Authorized to Receive State Funds, But Need Additional Accountability (August 2004)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-25 Progress Report: No Lead Agencies Have Earned Excess Federal Funds for Several Years (March 2004 March 2004)
Report No. 04-15 DCF’s Lead Agency Readiness Assessment Process Meets Statutory Requirements, But Needs Strengthening (February 2004)
Report No. 04-05 Child Welfare Legal Services Should Be Provided by DCF or Private Law Firms (January 2004)
Report No. 04-03 DCF Needs to Improve Child Protection Staff Training and Clarify DCF and Lead Agency Roles (January 2004)
Report No. 03-52 Economic Self-Sufficiency Performance Mixed; Food Stamps Improvements Could Yield Federal Bonuses (October 2003)
Report No. 03-48 Progress Report: Developmental Disabilities Program Taken Action on Some Recommendations; Still Needs to Address Service Issues to Better Meet Its Client Needs (September 2003)
Report No. 03-09 Progress Report: Child Protection Program Makes Needed Changes But Lacks Data for Evaluating Results of Initiatives (January 2003)
Report No. 03-08 Progress Report: Improvements Needed in the Department of Children and Families Adult Services Program (January 2003)
Report No. 03-03 Residential Mental Health Assessment Process Working Well with Minor Delays (January 2003)
Report No. 02-65 Progress Report: The Department Still Lacks Data Needed to Assess the Child Safety Administrative Review Process (December 2002)
Report No. 02-61 Progress Report: Child Care Program Implements Recommendations to Improve Licensing and Enforcement Activities (November 2002)
Report No. 02-54 Progress Report: Delays Reduced But Persist in the State's Juvenile Competency Program (October 2002)
Report No. 02-46 Progress Report: Mental Health Institutions Program Acted on Three OPPAGA Recommendations (September 2002)
Report No. 02-44 Children's Advocacy Centers Appear Beneficial But Have Limited Accountability (August 2002)
Report No. 02-19 Progress Report: Domestic Violence Program Improves Coordination, But Lacks Data on Long-Term Effect of Services (March 2002)
Report No. 02-18 Progress Report: Developmental Disabilities Program Takes Steps to Improve Medicaid Waiver Systems and Controls (March 2002)
Report No. 02-16 Progress Report of Justification Review: Child Protection Program, Department of Children and Families (March 2002)
Report No. 02-09 Legislative Options to Control Rising Developmental Disabilities Costs (February 2002)
Report No. 01-38 Legislature Should Establish Foster Care Excess Federal Earnings Program Despite Slow Start (August 2001)
Report No. 01-34 Progress Report: Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Program Taking Steps to Implement Recommendations (August 2001)
Report No. 01-14 Child Protection Program (March 2001)
Report No. 01-08 DCF's Adult Services Program Meeting Goals; Data Reliability, Case Management Need Work (February 2001)
Report No. 01-06 Client Characteristics and Outcomes Are Similar for Both Administrative and Judicial Review of Child Abuse Cases (February 2001)
Report No. 01-04 High-Risk Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation Quickly Served; Data Problems Remain (January 2001)
Report No. 00-27 72% of Youths Restored to Competency, Able to Move to Delinquency Proceedings (December 2000)
Report No. 00-17 Developmental Disabilities Program, Florida Department of Children and Families (November 2000)
Report No. 00-16 Child Care Program (November 2000)
Report No. 00-14 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services (October 2000)
Report No. 00-13 Mental Health Institutions Program (October 2000)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 00-03 Domestic Violence Shelters Keep Victims Safe, Need Data on Long-Term Effects (August 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)
Report No. 99-36 The Sexually Violent Predator Program's Assessment Process Continues to Evolve (February 2000)
Report No. 99-35 Progress Report: Disability Determination Program Taking Actions to Improve Its Timeliness (February 2000)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 99-31 The Home- and Community-Based Services Waiver Systems, Controls Should Be Improved (February 2000)
Report No. 99-30 WAGES Caseload Declines; the Program Faces Participant Employment Challenges (January 2000)
Report No. 99-23 Department of Children and Families Mental Health Institutions Program Proposed Performance Measures for Fiscal Year 2000-01 (January 2000)
Report No. 99-22 Department of Children and Families Adult Community Mental Health Proposed Performance Measures for Fiscal Year 2000-01 (January 2000)
Report No. 99-20 Department of Children and Families' Child Protective Investigation Administrative Review Process (December 1999)
Report No. 99-10 Child Support Enforcement State Case Registry (September 1999)
Report No. 99-09 Justification Review of the Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Program (September 1999)
Report No. 98-52 PB2 Performance Report for the Adult Community Mental Health Subprogram (February 1999)
Report No. 98-51 PB2 Performance Report for the Disability Determination Program (February 1999)
Report No. 98-49 PB2 Performance Report for the Substance Abuse Subprogram (February 1999)
Report No. 98-43 PB2 Performance Report for the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health (ADM) Program (January 1999)
Report No. 98-38 Follow-Up Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs (January 1999)
Report No. 98-35 Review of Start-up and Early Implementation Efforts Related to the WAGES Privatization Pilot Projects (December 1998)
Report No. 98-29 Preliminary Report Referrals and Service Provision for Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation (December 1998)
Report No. 98-27 Follow-Up Report on Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents with Severe Mental Illnesses (December 1998)
Report No. 98-26 Subjects of Child Protective Investigations: Survey Results and Case Characteristics (December 1998)
Report No. 98-20 Review of the Provision of Administrative Services in Florida's Health and Human Services Agencies (November 1998)
Report No. 98-16 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp (October 1998)
Report No. 97-69 Review of the Effect of Child Protection Investigations on Families (April 1998)
Report No. 97-61 Review of the Efficacy of Community-Based Services to Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill Persons (March 1998)
Report No. 97-12 Follow-up Report on the Department of Children and Families Pilot Project for Productivity (October 1997)
Report No. 96-75 Follow-up Report on Client Outcome and Program Effectiveness Systems (April 1997)
Report No. 96-57 Review of Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents With Severe Mental Illnesses (February 1997)
Report No. 96-44 Evaluation of Child Welfare Legal Services Pilot Projects (January 1997)
Report No. 95-21 Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Pilot Project for Productivity (December 1995)
Report No. 94-27 Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs: A Fourteen-County Perspective (January 1995)
Report No. 94-25 Performance Review of the Early Education and Child Care Programs Administered by the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)
Report No. 94-24 Review of Client Outcome and Program Effectiveness Systems Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)
Report No. 12247 A Review of Workloads of Selected Child Care Licensure Programs Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (February 1994)
Report No. 12233 Performance Audit of the Licensure of Child Placing Agencies Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (January 1994)
Report No. 12223 Performance Audit of the Emergency Shelter Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (January 1994)
Report No. 12040 Performance Audit of the Licensure of Foster Home and Emergency Shelter Home Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (April 1993)

Corrections, Department of
Report No. 09-07 Steps to Control Prison Inmate Health Care Costs Have Begun to Show Savings (January 2009)
Report No. 08-10 The Delays in Screening Sexually Violent Predators Increase Costs; Treatment Facility Security Enhanced (March 2008)
Report No. 06-59 Progress Report: While Some Steps Have Been Taken, Office on Homelessness Needs to Enhance Efforts to Assist the Homeless Population Within the State (August 2006)
Report No. 06-21 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Made Progress But Needs More Narrow Focus (March 2006)
Report No. 05-17 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Has Not Addressed Its Responsibilities Fully (March 2005)
Report No. 05-01 Economic Impact of Homelessness Is Significant; Improvements Needed at State and Local Levels (January 2005)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)

Economic Opportunity, Department of
Report No. 09-33 Limited Information Available to Assess Statewide Demand and Outcomes for After School Programs (August 2009)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 07-30 Progress Report: The Legislature and the Department of Health Have Strengthened Public Health Preparedness (May 2007)
Report No. 06-59 Progress Report: While Some Steps Have Been Taken, Office on Homelessness Needs to Enhance Efforts to Assist the Homeless Population Within the State (August 2006)
Report No. 05-01 Economic Impact of Homelessness Is Significant; Improvements Needed at State and Local Levels (January 2005)
Report No. 03-75 School Readiness Coalitions’ Progress Varies in Implementing the Program Over Two Years (December 2003)
Report No. 02-61 Progress Report: Child Care Program Implements Recommendations to Improve Licensing and Enforcement Activities (November 2002)
Report No. 02-48 Progress Report: Legislature Improves Welfare Reform in Florida (September 2002)
Report No. 02-07 School Readiness Program's Potential Not Realized With Critical Issues Unresolved (January 2002)
Report No. 98-35 Review of Start-up and Early Implementation Efforts Related to the WAGES Privatization Pilot Projects (December 1998)

Education, Department of
Report No. 17-07 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016 (June 2017)
Report No. 13-09 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12 (June 2013)
Report No. 13-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates (January 2013)
Report No. 12-07 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011 (May 2012)
Report No. 12-04 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates (January 2012)
Report No. 11-18 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10 (May 2011)
Report No. 11-06 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10 (January 2011)
Report No. 10-14 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues (January 2010)
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 09-33 Limited Information Available to Assess Statewide Demand and Outcomes for After School Programs (August 2009)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 06-49 Progress Report: Steps Taken to Maximize Federal Revenue for Exceptional Student Education Program (May 2006)
Report No. 05-39 Disabilities Groups Should Improve Coordination, But Duplication of Activities Appears to Be Low (July 2005)
Report No. 05-17 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Has Not Addressed Its Responsibilities Fully (March 2005)
Report No. 05-14 Vocational Rehabilitation Program’s Performance Has Been Mixed Since the Abolishment of Occupational Access and Opportunity Commission (March 2005)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 03-51 Progress Report: Agency Implements Recommendations to Improve Vocational Rehabilitation Services (September 2003)
Report No. 01-42 Blind Babies Program Not Effectively Implemented; Continued Funding by State Cannot Be Justified (September 2001)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 98-50 Follow-Up Report on Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (February 1999)
Report No. 98-38 Follow-Up Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs (January 1999)
Report No. 96-32 Review of Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (January 1997)
Report No. 94-27 Review of Early Education and Child Care Programs: A Fourteen-County Perspective (January 1995)
Report No. 94-25 Performance Review of the Early Education and Child Care Programs Administered by the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)

Elder Affairs, Department of
Report No. 13-07 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (March 2013)
Report No. 12-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2012)
Report No. 11-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2011)
Report No. 10-33 The State Could Consider Several Options to Maximize Its Use of Funds for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (March 2010)
Report No. 10-23 The Alzheimer’s Disease Waiver Program Does Not Delay Nursing Home Entry More Effectively Than Other Waivers and Costs the State More Per Participant Than Most Waivers That Serve Similar Persons (February 2010)
Report No. 10-10 Profile of Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2010)
Report No. 10-09 Number of For-Profit Hospices Has Grown; Current Measures and Standards Are Not Sufficient to Assess Hospice Quality (January 2010)
Report No. 09-32 Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (July 2009)
Report No. 09-15 Transition to Aging Resource Centers Complete; Enhancement of Elder Service System Continues (March 2009)
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. 08-14 Statewide Implementation of Aging Resource Center Initiative Is Substantially Complete (March 2008)
Report No. 07-38 An Aggressive Schedule Set to Complete Implementation of Aging Resource Centers (September 2007)
Report No. 07-20 Department of Elder Affairs Resumes Transition Activities for Aging Resource Center Initiative (March 2007)
Report No. 07-12 Several Factors Can Delay Eligibility Determination for Medicaid Long-Term Care (February 2007)
Report No. 06-62 Aging Resource Center Initiative Has Not Moved Beyond the Pilot Sites (September 2006)
Report No. 06-45 The Nursing Home Diversion Program Has Successfully Delayed Nursing Home Entry (May 2006)
Report No. 06-29 Florida’s Certificate of Need Process Ensures Qualified Hospice Programs; Performance Reporting Is Important to Assess Hospice Quality (March 2006)
Report No. 06-20 Aging and Disability Pilot Sites Are Making Progress; Future of Other Centers Uncertain (March 2006)
Report No. 06-10 Service Use for Nursing Home Diversion Waiver Clients Depends on Living Situation (February 2006)
Report No. 05-45 Aging Resource Center Initiative Is Moving Ahead, But Needs Additional Work (August 2005)
Report No. 05-06 DOEA Has Taken Reasonable Steps to Begin the Aging Resource Center Initiative (February 2005)
Report No. 03-69 Progress Report: Services to Elders Program Has Improved Accountability and Oversight; Should Reduce Capitation Rate for Long-Term Care Pilot (December 2003)
Report No. 03-08 Progress Report: Improvements Needed in the Department of Children and Families Adult Services Program (January 2003)
Report No. 01-66 Services to Elders Program, Department of Elder Affairs (December 2001)
Report No. 01-04 High-Risk Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation Quickly Served; Data Problems Remain (January 2001)
Report No. 00-14 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services (October 2000)
Report No. 99-51 Progress Report: Other Initiatives to Decrease Long-Term Care Costs Should Accompany Medicaid Waiver Expansion (May 2000)
Report No. 98-83 Progress Report: Elder Affairs Takes Steps to Separate Case Management From Other Services (June 1999)
Report No. 98-81 Progress Report: DOAE Should Study the Pros and Cons of Changing Planning and Service Areas (June 1999)
Report No. 98-29 Preliminary Report Referrals and Service Provision for Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation (December 1998)
Report No. 98-27 Follow-Up Report on Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents with Severe Mental Illnesses (December 1998)
Report No. 98-20 Review of the Provision of Administrative Services in Florida's Health and Human Services Agencies (November 1998)
Report No. 98-16 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp (October 1998)
Report No. 97-74 Supplemental Analyses of the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (June 1998)
Report No. 97-73 Follow-Up Report on the Performance Review of the Certificate of Need Program for Nursing Homes (May 1998)
Report No. 97-26 Review of the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (December 1997)
Report No. 97-23 Follow-Up Report on the Community Care for the Elderly Program Administered by the Department of Elder Affairs (December 1997)
Report No. 97-01 Follow-up Report on the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long Term Care Services (CARES) Program Administered by the Department of Elder Affairs (July 1997)
Report No. 96-87 Reconfiguring the Planning and Service Areas Covered by Florida's Area Agencies on Aging (June 1997)
Report No. 96-80 The Role of Area Agencies on Aging in Providing Case Management Services to Florida's Elders (April 1997)
Report No. 96-57 Review of Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents With Severe Mental Illnesses (February 1997)
Report No. 96-26 Second Status Report on the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (December 1996)
Report No. 95-31 Review of the Operations of the Community Care for the Elderly Program Administered by the Department of Elder Affairs (January 1996)
Report No. 95-19 Status Report on the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (December 1995)
Report No. 94-33 Performance Audit of the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long Term Care Services (CARES) Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (February 1995)

Financial Services, 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. 07-08 Legislature Could Consider Options to Address Pharmacy Benefit Manager Business Practices (February 2007)

Florida College System
Report No. 17-07 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016 (June 2017)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)

Governor, Executive Office of the
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)
Report No. 99-21 WAGES Employment Projects Initiative Must Address Its Design and Implementation Problems (December 1999)

Health Care Administration, Agency for
Report No. 16-07 Review of Medicaid Dental Services (December 2016)
Report No. 16-03 AHCA Reorganized to Enhance Managed Care Program Oversight and Continues to Recoup Fee-for-Service Overpayments (January 2016)
Report No. 14-09 iBudget Implementation Continues as the Agency for Persons with Disabilities Responds to Legal Challenges (March 2014)
Report No. 14-05 Medicaid Program Integrity Recovers Overpayments in Fee-For-Service and Monitors Fraud and Abuse in Managed Care (January 2014)
Report No. 13-07 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (March 2013)
Report No. 12-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2012)
Report No. 11-22 Agency for Health Care Administration Continues Efforts to Control Medicaid Fraud and Abuse (December 2011)
Report No. 11-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2011)
Report No. 10-33 The State Could Consider Several Options to Maximize Its Use of Funds for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (March 2010)
Report No. 10-32 Enhanced Detection, Stronger Sanctions, Managed Care Fiscal Safeguards, and a Fraud and Abuse Strategic Plan Are Needed to Further Protect Medicaid Funds (March 2010)
Report No. 10-23 The Alzheimer’s Disease Waiver Program Does Not Delay Nursing Home Entry More Effectively Than Other Waivers and Costs the State More Per Participant Than Most Waivers That Serve Similar Persons (February 2010)
Report No. 10-10 Profile of Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2010)
Report No. 10-09 Number of For-Profit Hospices Has Grown; Current Measures and Standards Are Not Sufficient to Assess Hospice Quality (January 2010)
Report No. 09-42 State and Local Entities Use a Variety of Means to Inform Parents About KidCare (December 2009)
Report No. 09-32 Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (July 2009)
Report No. 09-29 Medicaid Reform: Legislature Should Delay Expansion Until More Information Is Available to Evaluate Success (June 2009)
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. 08-64 Medicaid Reform: Reform Provider Network Requirements Same as Traditional Medicaid; Improvements Needed to Ensure Beneficiaries Have Access to Specialty Providers (November 2008)
Report No. 08-40 Medicaid Reform: Two-Thirds of the Initial Pilot Counties' Beneficiaries Are Enrolled in Reform Plans (June 2008)
Report No. 08-37 Medicaid Reform: Few Beneficiaries Have Participated in the Opt-Out Program (June 2008)
Report No. 08-15 APD Should Take Steps to Ensure New Needs Assessment and Individual Budget Process Is Timely and Effective (March 2008)
Report No. 08-08 AHCA Making Progress But Stronger Detection, Sanctions, and Managed Care Oversight Needed (February 2008)
Report No. 07-12 Several Factors Can Delay Eligibility Determination for Medicaid Long-Term Care (February 2007)
Report No. 07-08 Legislature Could Consider Options to Address Pharmacy Benefit Manager Business Practices (February 2007)
Report No. 06-76 Patient Safety Corporation Has Made Progress; Needs to Continue Developing Its Infrastructure (December 2006)
Report No. 06-49 Progress Report: Steps Taken to Maximize Federal Revenue for Exceptional Student Education Program (May 2006)
Report No. 06-45 The Nursing Home Diversion Program Has Successfully Delayed Nursing Home Entry (May 2006)
Report No. 06-29 Florida’s Certificate of Need Process Ensures Qualified Hospice Programs; Performance Reporting Is Important to Assess Hospice Quality (March 2006)
Report No. 06-23 Enhanced Detection and Stronger Use of Sanctions Could Improve AHCA’s Ability to Detect and Deter Overpayments to Providers (March 2006)
Report No. 06-21 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Made Progress But Needs More Narrow Focus (March 2006)
Report No. 06-10 Service Use for Nursing Home Diversion Waiver Clients Depends on Living Situation (February 2006)
Report No. 06-07 Inflated Pricing and Confidential Information Prevent Medicaid from Ensuring Lowest Prescription Drug Prices (January 2006)
Report No. 05-62 A Medicaid Buy-in Program Would Increase Health Care Access for the Uninsured But Also Increase State Costs (December 2005)
Report No. 05-39 Disabilities Groups Should Improve Coordination, But Duplication of Activities Appears to Be Low (July 2005)
Report No. 05-17 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Has Not Addressed Its Responsibilities Fully (March 2005)
Report No. 05-06 DOEA Has Taken Reasonable Steps to Begin the Aging Resource Center Initiative (February 2005)
Report No. 05-03 Continuing Certain Medicaid Options Will Increase Costs, But Benefit Recipients and the State (January 2005)
Report No. 04-84 Legislature Has Several Options for Florida’s KidCare Family Premium (December 2004)
Report No. 04-77 Progress Report: AHCA Takes Steps to Improve Medicaid Program Integrity, But Further Actions Are Needed, November 2004 (November 2004)
Report No. 04-67 Progress Report: DCF Implements Recommendations, But Some Delays Still Occurring in Residential Mental Health Assessment Process (August 2004)
Report No. 04-53 Progress Report: Medicaid Should Improve Cost Reduction Reporting and Monitoring of Health Processes and Outcomes (August 2004)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-34 Progress Report: Medicaid Disease Management Initiative Has Not Yet Met Cost-Savings and Health Outcomes Expectations (May 2004)
Report No. 04-30 Medicaid Field Offices Can Improve Efficiency and Effectiveness; State Could Outsource Some Activities (May 2004)
Report No. 03-27 Progress Report: Changes to Medicaid Preferred Drug List Requirements and Competitive Bidding Pharmacy Contracts Could Save an Additional $86.6 Million in 2003-04 (April 2003)
Report No. 03-15 Uncertainty Exists Regarding Florida's Proposed Physician Upper Payment Limit Program (February 2003)
Report No. 03-11 Legislative Options for County Share of Medical Nursing Home Costs (February 2003)
Report No. 03-03 Residential Mental Health Assessment Process Working Well with Minor Delays (January 2003)
Report No. 02-02 Healthy Kids Slots Used; Waiting Lists Eliminated, But Could Reoccur If Local Match Is Reinstated (January 2002)
Report No. 01-61 Expected Medicaid Savings Unrealized; Performance, Cost Information Not Timely for Legislative Purposes (November 2001)
Report No. 01-50 Consolidation of Medical Quality Assurance Governance Structure Only a Partial Solution (October 2001)
Report No. 01-39 Medicaid Program Integrity Efforts Recover Minimal Dollars, Sanctions Rarely Imposed, Stronger Accountability Needed (September 2001)
Report No. 01-27 Medicaid Disease Management Initiative Sluggish, Cost Savings Not Determined, Design Changes Needed (May 2001)
Report No. 01-24 Health Care Regulation Program, Agency for Health Care Administration (May 2001)
Report No. 01-10 Growth in Medicaid Prescription Drug Costs Indicates Additional Prudent Purchasing Practices Are Needed (February 2001)
Report No. 00-14 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services (October 2000)
Report No. 99-51 Progress Report: Other Initiatives to Decrease Long-Term Care Costs Should Accompany Medicaid Waiver Expansion (May 2000)
Report No. 99-35 Progress Report: Disability Determination Program Taking Actions to Improve Its Timeliness (February 2000)
Report No. 99-14 Progress Report: Transportation Disadvantaged Commission (November 1999)
Report No. 98-68 Follow-up Report on the Office of Plans and Construction Within the Agency for Health Care Administration (February 1999)
Report No. 98-27 Follow-Up Report on Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents with Severe Mental Illnesses (December 1998)
Report No. 98-20 Review of the Provision of Administrative Services in Florida's Health and Human Services Agencies (November 1998)
Report No. 98-16 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp (October 1998)
Report No. 98-14 Follow-Up Report on the Status of Community Health Purchasing Alliances in Florida (October 1998)
Report No. 97-74 Supplemental Analyses of the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (June 1998)
Report No. 97-73 Follow-Up Report on the Performance Review of the Certificate of Need Program for Nursing Homes (May 1998)
Report No. 97-26 Review of the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (December 1997)
Report No. 97-11 Follow-up Report on Medicaid Managed Care Options (October 1997)
Report No. 96-75 Follow-up Report on Client Outcome and Program Effectiveness Systems (April 1997)
Report No. 96-66 Review of the Office of Plans and Construction Within the Agency for Health Care Administration (March 1997)
Report No. 96-57 Review of Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents With Severe Mental Illnesses (February 1997)
Report No. 96-26 Second Status Report on the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (December 1996)
Report No. 96-14 Follow-up Report on Efforts to Identify and Deter Provider Fraud and Abuse in Florida's Medicaid Program (November 1996)
Report No. 96-05 Review of the Status of Community Health Purchasing Alliances in Florida (September 1996)
Report No. 95-51 Performance Review of the Certificate of Need Program for Nursing Homes Administered by the Agency for Health Care Administration (April 1996)
Report No. 95-49 Review of Legal Issues Concerning Florida Board of Medicine Disciplinary Practices (April 1996)
Report No. 95-19 Status Report on the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care (December 1995)
Report No. 95-14 Review of the Licensing and Disciplinary Practices of the Board of Medicine (December 1995)
Report No. 94-47 Follow-up Review of Medicaid Managed Care Administered by the Agency for Health Care Administration (April 1995)
Report No. 94-24 Review of Client Outcome and Program Effectiveness Systems Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)
Report No. 94-18 Performance Review of Medicaid Managed Care Options Administered by the Agency for Health Care Administration (December 1994)
Report No. 12355 Performance Audit of the Organ Donor Program Administered by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and the Agency for Health Care Administration (June 1994)
Report No. 12287 Performance Audit of Efforts to Identify and Deter Provider Fraud and Abuse in Florida's Medicaid Program Administered by the Agency for Health Care Administration (April 1994)

Health, Department of
Report No. 17-07 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016 (June 2017)
Report No. 13-09 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2011-12 (June 2013)
Report No. 13-07 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (March 2013)
Report No. 13-03 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2012 with Increases in Program Capacity, Student Enrollment, and Graduates (January 2013)
Report No. 12-07 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2010-2011 (May 2012)
Report No. 12-04 Florida’s Nursing Education Programs Continued to Expand in 2011 with Significant Increases in Student Enrollment and Graduates (January 2012)
Report No. 12-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2012)
Report No. 11-18 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10 (May 2011)
Report No. 11-06 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10 (January 2011)
Report No. 11-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2011)
Report No. 10-14 Since Implementing Statutory Changes, the State Board of Nursing Has Approved More Nursing Programs; the Legislature Should Address Implementation Issues (January 2010)
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)
Report No. 10-10 Profile of Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2010)
Report No. 09-42 State and Local Entities Use a Variety of Means to Inform Parents About KidCare (December 2009)
Report No. 09-32 Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (July 2009)
Report No. 09-26 Limited Evidence on Other States’ Experiences That Allowing Psychologists to Prescribe Psychotropic Drugs Improves Access to Mental Health Services (April 2009)
Report No. 07-33 Progress Report: Better Reporting Still Needed on Healthy Communities, Healthy People Initiative (July 2007)
Report No. 07-30 Progress Report: The Legislature and the Department of Health Have Strengthened Public Health Preparedness (May 2007)
Report No. 07-08 Legislature Could Consider Options to Address Pharmacy Benefit Manager Business Practices (February 2007)
Report No. 07-04 Florida Nurse Practice Act and Board of Nursing Rules Create No Unreasonable Barriers to Producing New Nurses (Janurary 2007)
Report No. 06-76 Patient Safety Corporation Has Made Progress; Needs to Continue Developing Its Infrastructure (December 2006)
Report No. 06-53 Progress Report: Steps Have Been Taken to Improve Community Public Health Infrastructure Throughout Florida (June 2006)
Report No. 06-14 Early Steps Faces Service Challenges; Has Not Used All Available Federal Funds (February 2006)
Report No. 06-11 Design of Florida’s Adult Cystic Fibrosis Program Should Be Reconsidered (February 2006)
Report No. 06-02 Nurse Licensure Compact Would Produce Some Benefits But Not Resolve the Nurse Shortage (January 2006)
Report No. 05-49 Progress Report: Legislature Strengthens Pedigree Paper, Wholesaler Permit Requirements to Better Ensure Safe Prescription Drugs (October 2005)
Report No. 05-39 Disabilities Groups Should Improve Coordination, But Duplication of Activities Appears to Be Low (July 2005)
Report No. 05-33 Progress Report: EMS Program Has Taken Little Action to Improve Provider Compliance with Safety Standards (May 2005)
Report No. 05-10 Healthy Communities, Healthy People Activities Effectively Monitored, But Assessment Could Improve (March 2005)
Report No. 04-84 Legislature Has Several Options for Florida’s KidCare Family Premium (December 2004)
Report No. 04-79 Access to Mammography Services in Florida Is More Limited for Low-Income Women (December 2004)
Report No. 04-75 Florida’s Public Health Preparedness Has Improved; Further Adjustments Needed (November 2004)
Report No. 04-71 Progress Report: Medical Quality Assurance Improves Accountability System; Information Tracking Concerns Persist (October 2004)
Report No. 04-66 Progress Report: Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program Improves Data Reliability, But Should Increase Medicaid Reimbursements (September 2004)
Report No. 04-55 Progress Report: Children’s Advocacy Centers Authorized to Receive State Funds, But Need Additional Accountability (August 2004)
Report No. 04-39 Many Children Receiving Intensive Exceptional Student Education Services Are Served by Multiple Programs; No Unnecessary Duplication of Services Found (June 2004)
Report No. 04-35 Progress Report: Children’s Medical Services Working to Expand Privatization and Reduce Administrative Inefficiencies (May 2004)
Report No. 03-71 State Faces Challenges to Improving Community Public Health in Florida (December 2003)
Report No. 03-25 Emergency Medical Services Program Should Improve Provider Compliance With Safety Standards (April 2003)
Report No. 03-18 Counterfeit and Diverted Drugs Threaten Public Health and Waste State Dollars (February 2003)
Report No. 03-06 While Medical Quality Assurance Improving, Licensure Needs Increased Accountability (January 2003)
Report No. 03-02 Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program Reports Meeting Goal, Could Recover Additional Revenues (January 2003)
Report No. 02-44 Children's Advocacy Centers Appear Beneficial But Have Limited Accountability (August 2002)
Report No. 02-04 Children's Medical Services Privatization Is Feasible; Could Save Over $18 Million, But Barriers Must Be Overcome (January 2002)
Report No. 01-50 Consolidation of Medical Quality Assurance Governance Structure Only a Partial Solution (October 2001)
Report No. 01-39 Medicaid Program Integrity Efforts Recover Minimal Dollars, Sanctions Rarely Imposed, Stronger Accountability Needed (September 2001)
Report No. 00-14 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services (October 2000)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)
Report No. 99-54 Special Review of Florida's Tobacco Pilot Program (May 2000)
Report No. 99-35 Progress Report: Disability Determination Program Taking Actions to Improve Its Timeliness (February 2000)
Report No. 99-30 WAGES Caseload Declines; the Program Faces Participant Employment Challenges (January 2000)
Report No. 99-14 Progress Report: Transportation Disadvantaged Commission (November 1999)
Report No. 98-50 Follow-Up Report on Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (February 1999)
Report No. 98-20 Review of the Provision of Administrative Services in Florida's Health and Human Services Agencies (November 1998)
Report No. 98-16 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp (October 1998)
Report No. 98-11 Follow-Up Report on the Legal Issues Concerning Florida Board of Medicine Disciplinary Practices (August 1998)
Report No. 97-72 Follow-Up Review of the Licensing and Disciplinary Practices of the Board of Medicine (April 1998)
Report No. 96-75 Follow-up Report on Client Outcome and Program Effectiveness Systems (April 1997)
Report No. 96-68 Follow-up Report on the Children's Medical Services Program as Administered by the Department of Health (March 1997)
Report No. 96-32 Review of Florida's Indoor Air Quality Programs (January 1997)
Report No. 95-02 Performance Review of Children's Medical Services as Administered by the Children's Medical Services Program Office Within the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (July 1995)
Report No. 94-24 Review of Client Outcome and Program Effectiveness Systems Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (December 1994)

Judicial System
Report No. 13-04 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs (February 2013)
Report No. 08-17 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing (March 2008)
Report No. 06-63 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits (September 2006)
Report No. 00-12 Effectiveness and Monitoring of Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (September 2000)
Report No. 99-58 Escape from Martin Treatment Center for Sexually Violent Predators (June 2000)
Report No. 96-44 Evaluation of Child Welfare Legal Services Pilot Projects (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)

Juvenile Justice, Department of
Report No. 17-09 DCF and Its Lead Agencies Have Not Resolved Issues Related to Serving Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (June 2017)
Report No. 16-04 Placement Challenges Persist for Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation; Questions Regarding Effective Interventions and Outcomes Remain (July 2016)
Report No. 15-06 State and Local Agencies Are in Initial Stages of Addressing Needs of Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation (June 2015)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 06-21 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Made Progress But Needs More Narrow Focus (March 2006)
Report No. 05-17 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Has Not Addressed Its Responsibilities Fully (March 2005)
Report No. 00-14 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services (October 2000)
Report No. 98-16 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp (October 1998)
Report No. 12293 Performance Audit of the Juvenile Alternative Services Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (May 1994)

Legal Affairs, Department of
Report No. 07-08 Legislature Could Consider Options to Address Pharmacy Benefit Manager Business Practices (February 2007)
Report No. 96-44 Evaluation of Child Welfare Legal Services Pilot Projects (January 1997)

Management Services, Department of
Report No. 10-12 911 Call Center Training in Florida Varies; Options Exist for Creating Minimum Standards (January 2010)

Multi-Agency
Report No. 14-08 Florida’s Graduate Medical Education System (February 2014)
Report No. 99-34 Review of the Workforce Development System (February 2000)

Other (e.g., commission, local, special district)
Report No. 17-11 Florida is Generally Following Statutory Child Support Guidelines; Deviations are Limited (November 2017)

Persons with Disabilities, Agency for
Report No. 14-09 iBudget Implementation Continues as the Agency for Persons with Disabilities Responds to Legal Challenges (March 2014)
Report No. 13-07 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (March 2013)
Report No. 13-04 Juvenile and Adult Incompetent to Proceed Cases and Costs (February 2013)
Report No. 12-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2012)
Report No. 11-03 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2011)
Report No. 10-45 APD Waiting List Process Now More Useful for Planning and Budgeting; Multi-year Plan Still Needed (June 2010)
Report No. 10-10 Profile of Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (January 2010)
Report No. 09-32 Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (July 2009)
Report No. 08-27 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification (April 2008)
Report No. 08-17 Incompetent to Proceed Adjudications Increasing (March 2008)
Report No. 08-15 APD Should Take Steps to Ensure New Needs Assessment and Individual Budget Process Is Timely and Effective (March 2008)
Report No. 06-54 APD Waiting List Should Be Improved for Agency’s Planning and Budgeting Purposes (July 2006)
Report No. 06-33 Several Factors Likely Contributed to APD Funding Surplus in Fiscal Year 2004-05 (March 2006)
Report No. 06-17 MAXIMUS’s Prior Service Authorization Process Meets Contract Requirements, But Improvements Are Needed (February 2006)
Report No. 06-14 Early Steps Faces Service Challenges; Has Not Used All Available Federal Funds (February 2006)
Report No. 05-39 Disabilities Groups Should Improve Coordination, But Duplication of Activities Appears to Be Low (July 2005)
Report No. 05-14 Vocational Rehabilitation Program’s Performance Has Been Mixed Since the Abolishment of Occupational Access and Opportunity Commission (March 2005)

Revenue, Department of
Report No. 17-11 Florida is Generally Following Statutory Child Support Guidelines; Deviations are Limited (November 2017)
Report No. 06-63 Administrative Child Support Order Establishment Process Has Not Yet Produced All Expected Benefits (September 2006)
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. 00-19 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. 99-10 Child Support Enforcement State Case Registry (September 1999)
Report No. 12032 Performance Audit of the Child Support Enforcement Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (March 1993)

School Districts
Report No. 17-07 Approximately 42% of Nursing Programs Had Licensure Exam Passage Rates Below the Required Legislative Standard in 2016 (June 2017)

Transportation, Department of
Report No. 99-14 Progress Report: Transportation Disadvantaged Commission (November 1999)

Veterans` Affairs, Department of
Report No. 04-43 Progress Report: Veterans Program Still Lacks Good Performance Data; More Cost Savings Possible by Extending Outsourcing (June 2004)
Report No. 01-63 State Veterans Program Meets Most Goals; Savings Seen in Outsourcing Certain Functions (December 2001)