The Florida Legislature
Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability
Performance-Based Program Budgeting in Florida: Current Status and Next Steps , Report No. 96-77B, April 1997
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- Florida is ahead of other states and the federal government in funding programs based on results.
- The Legislature has incorporated performance data into the budget process to improve accountability. The Legislature has also used the process to provide both budget flexibility and incentive funding.
- Some agencies have embraced performance measurement as a management tool and have obtained significant benefits.
- Agencies have proposed large programs to maximize budget flexibility, but this limits accountability. Agencies are now developing more realistic proposals.
- State agencies have made progress in measuring program results. However, improvements are needed before the Legislature and citizens can readily assess program results and costs.
- Performance-based program budgeting will take several years to implement. State agencies must continue to refine performance measures and standards.
What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?
- Report No. 96-77A Performance-Based Program Budgeting in Context: History and Comparison, published in April 1997.
- Report No. 01-05 PB² Commentary: Florida’s Unit Cost Initiative Shows Promise, But Needs Further Development, published in January 2001.
- Report No. 00-15 PB² Status Report: Recent Initiatives Strengthen Florida's Performance-Based Budgeting System, published in November 2000.
- Report No. 98-45 PB² Status Report, Fiscal Year 1998-99: Performance-Based Budgeting Has Produced Benefits But Its Usefulness Can Be Improved, published in January 1999.
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