The Florida Legislature
Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability
Progress Report: Division of Risk Management Performs Well, But Additional Steps Could Be Taken to Reduce Losses and Contain Costs, Report No. 06-32, April 2006
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- Florida’s Division of Risk Management continues to perform well in its primary function of processing claims. The program successfully processed its typical claims as well as claims related to recent hurricanes. Changes in the way property claims are managed should allow the division to improve its handling of such claims, including those associated with the 2005 hurricane season.
- While the division has made significant efforts to improve statewide loss prevention activities, there are several steps the Legislature could take to improve Florida’s loss prevention program. Casualty losses could be contained by developing loss prevention minimum standards, monitoring agency implementation of those standards, and modifying the method used to appropriate casualty premiums.
What were our earlier findings?
Report No. 04-49 Justification Review: The State’s Risk Management Program Could Be Authorized to Do More to Protect Florida’s Assets, published in July 2004.
Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?
State Property and Casualty Claims
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