January 2011-December 2011

Report NumberRelease DateTitleAgency
11-27 12/11 Pretrial Release Programs Generally Comply with Statutory Data Collection RequirementsCorrections, Department of; Judicial System
11-26 12/11 Florida Growth Fund Investments Increase; Additional Data Needed to Estimate Economic BenefitAdministration, State Board of
11-25 12/11 Steps Could Be Taken to Reduce the Public Hurricane Loss Projection Model’s Reliance on State FundingFinancial Services, Department of
11-24 12/11 Some States Allow School Districts to Charge Parents for School Bus Transportation or to Advertise in or on School Buses to Raise Additional RevenueEducation, Department of; School Districts
11-23 12/11 2011 Annotated Listing of Legislative RecommendationsMulti-Agency; OPPAGA
11-22 12/11 Agency for Health Care Administration Continues Efforts to Control Medicaid Fraud and AbuseHealth Care Administration, Agency for
11-21 11/11 Expansion Drug Courts Serving More Prison-Bound Offenders, but Will Not Fully Expend Federal FundsCorrections, Department of; Judicial System
11-20 11/11 Research Commercialization Matching Grant Program Underway; Additional Performance Data NeededEconomic Opportunity, Department of; Governor, Executive Office of the
11-19 9/11 The Florida Solar Energy Center Eliminated the Backlog for Testing and Certification and Reduced its Reliance on State FundsBoard of Governors of the State University System
11-18 5/11 Supplemental Report: Florida Nursing Education Programs 2009-10Board of Governors of the State University System; Education, Department of; Health, Department of
11-17 5/11 Florida Retirement System Pension Plan Valuation Met StandardsManagement Services, Department of
11-16 4/11 Centralizing Vehicle Fleet Operations and Implementing Cost-Saving Strategies Could Reduce State SpendingMulti-Agency
11-15 4/11 Over 600 Brownfield Acres Cleaned Up; Businesses Take Advantage of Program IncentivesEnvironmental Protection, Department of; Governor, Executive Office of the; Revenue, Department of
11-14 3/11 State Agency Travel Costs Are Down; Some Options Remain to Further Reduce ExpendituresMulti-Agency
11-13 3/11 Centralizing Aviation Operations and Implementing Cost-Saving Strategies Could Reduce State SpendingMulti-Agency
11-12 3/11 Lottery Profits Decline; Options Available to Enhance Transfers to EducationLottery, Department of the
11-11 3/11 State-Funded Mentoring Program Performance Mixed; Take Stock and Best Buddies Do WellEducation, Department of
11-10 2/11 Compared to Other States, the Pension Plan Is Better Funded, Incurs Lower Investment Fees, and Has Fewer Trustees; Investment Returns Are AverageAdministration, State Board of
11-09 2/11 The Board of Governors Has Developed a Funding Formula and Uniform Reporting Procedures for Medical Education ProgramsBoard of Governors of the State University System
11-08 2/11 Students with Developmental Disabilities Have Limited Postsecondary Options; A New Institution Would Expand Choices but Require Additional State FundingBoard of Governors of the State University System; Education, Department of
11-07 2/11 Summary of OPPAGA Reports Examining Workforce Education Programs and Legislative OptionsEducation, Department of
11-06 1/11 Board of Nursing Addressed Statutory Changes; Nursing Program Capacity Expanded in 2009-10Board of Governors of the State University System; Education, Department of; Health, Department of
11-05 1/11 Several States Offer High School Diploma Options to Address Students’ Needs and Future GoalsEducation, Department of
11-04 1/11 Completing Adult Education Programs Improves Students’ Employability, But Program Completion Rates are LowEducation, Department of
11-03 1/11 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services WaiversChildren and Families, Department of; Elder Affairs, Department of; Health Care Administration, Agency for; Health, Department of; Persons with Disabilities, Agency for
11-02 1/11 Special Facility Construction Projects Appear Needed, but Have Excess CapacityEducation, Department of
11-01 1/11 Few Businesses Take Advantage of Enterprise Zone Benefits; the Legislature Could Consider Several Options to Modify the ProgramEconomic Opportunity, Department of