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Statutes Authorizing Technology Commercialization and Development Initiatives Should Be Re-Enacted, Report No. 02-59, November 2002
 
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  • re-enact s. 288.9511, Florida Statutes, that defines technology-related terms;
  • re-enact s. 288.9515(5), Florida Statutes, that authorizes Enterprise Florida, Inc., to create technology commercialization programs in partnership with private enterprises, educational institutions, and other institutions;
  • amend s. 288.9515(1)(a)-(f), Florida Statutes, that authorize Enterprise Florida, Inc., to create technology applications services;
  •  re-enact s. 288.9515(3) and (4), Florida Statutes, relating to the Technology Research Investment Fund; and
  • not re-enact s. 288.9517, Florida States, relating to audits and examinations by the Auditor General and OPPAGA.  This section is redundant with other sections of the statutes.

Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?

Enterprise Florida Inc.

What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?

  • Report No. 98-30 Review of the Technology Development Board of Enterprise Florida, Inc., published in December 1998.
  • Report No.  97-28 Follow-up Report on the Enterprise Florida Innovation Partnership and the Florida Technology Research Investment Fund,  published in January 1998.
  • Report No. 95-07 Review of the Enterprise Florida Innovation Partnership, published in October 1995.

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