2004 Florida Statutes
FINANCIAL MATTERS: GENERAL PROVISIONS
Manner of paying money into the Treasury.
Party to be reimbursed on reversal of judgment for state.
Department of Financial Services to report delinquents.
Department of Financial Services to certify accounts of delinquents.
Certified accounts of delinquents as evidence.
Preference of state in case of insolvency.
Delinquent collectors to be reported to state attorney.
Delinquent collectors; forfeiture of commissions.
Delinquent collectors; suspension.
Defaulting officers; Department of Financial Services to report to clerk.
Defaulting officers; duty of clerk.
School appropriations to have priority.
Appropriations from General Revenue Fund for public schools, state institutions of higher learning, and community colleges; reduction.
Transfers between funds; limitation.
Agency deposits relating to the Statewide Cost Allocation Plan.
Architects Incidental Trust Fund; creation; assessment.
Certain income and certain trust funds to contribute to the General Revenue Fund.
Service charge; elimination or reduction for specified proceeds.
Certain income and certain trust funds exempt.
When contributions to be made.
Exemptions where federal contributions or private grants.
Contracts with Federal Government; indemnification authorized in certain circumstances.
Manner of contributions; rules and regulations.
Repayment of funds paid into State Treasury through error.
United States securities, purchase by state and county officers and employees; deductions from salary.
Classification of Chief Financial Officer's warrants; report.
State funds; deposit in State Treasury.
State funds; exceptions.
State funds; segregation.
Trust funds; termination or re-creation.
Trust funds; establishment; criteria.
Trust funds; legislative review.
Regulatory Trust Fund.
Acceptance of credit cards, charge cards, or debit cards by state agencies, units of local government, and the judicial branch.
State funds; noncollectible items; procedure.
State funds; warrants and their issuance.
State funds; laws not repealed.
Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the boards to be financed from fees collected; deposit of funds; service charge; appropriation.
State agencies and the judicial branch authorized to collect costs of fingerprinting.
Purchases from appropriations, proof of delivery.
Warrants, vouchers, and invoices; processing time limits; dispute resolution; agency or judicial branch compliance.
Extra compensation claims prohibited.
Public bonds, notes, and other securities.
Issuance of bond anticipation notes.
Board of Administration; powers and duties in relation to investment of trust funds.
Board of Administration; appointment of executive director.
Investment Advisory Council.
Sale and exchange of securities.
Investments; authorized securities; loan of securities.
Divestiture by the State Board of Administration.
Investment policy statement.
Consent and ratification of appropriate board, agency, or of the judicial branch.
Making funds available for investment.
Custody of securities purchased; income.
Investment accounts; changes, notice, etc.
Investment accounts; charges for services.
Rules and regulations.
Powers of existing officers and boards, the judicial branch, and agencies not affected.
Federal Use of State Lands Trust Fund; county distribution.
Federal Use of State Lands Trust Fund; county distribution.
Federal Use of State Lands Trust Fund; land within military installations; county distribution.
Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund.
Reports of insured values.
Hurricane Loss Mitigation Program.
Tobacco Settlement Financing Corporation.
Lawton Chiles Endowment Fund.
James and Esther King Biomedical Research Program.
Definitions relating to State Bond Act.
State bonds, revenue bonds; issuance.
State bonds for financing road acquisition and construction.
State bonds for right-of-way acquisition or bridge construction.
State system of public education capital outlay bonds.
Fixed-guideway transportation systems funding.
State bonds for federal aid highway construction.
Bonds for state-funded infrastructure bank.
Bonds for acquisition and improvement of land, water areas, and related property interests and resources.
Bonds for Everglades restoration.
Division of Bond Finance.
Transfer to division of assets and liabilities of the Revenue Bond Department of Development Commission.
Powers of the division.
Bond Fee Trust Fund, expenditures; schedule of fees.
Arbitrage Compliance Program, expenditures; schedule of fees.
Request for issuance of bonds; procedure requirements.
Issuance of state bonds.
Issuance of bonds; form; maturity date, execution, sale.
Limitation on engaging services of securities broker or bond underwriter convicted of fraud.
State Board of Administration to administer funds.
State Board of Administration to act in case of defaults.
Application of bond proceeds.
Covenants with bondholders.
Approval of bond issue by State Board of Administration.
Pledge of constitutional fuel tax; consent by counties and state agency supervising state road system.
Bonds securities for public bodies.
Exemption of bonds from taxation.
Pledge of state.
Validation; when required.
Issuance of bonds by state agencies.
Construction of State Bond Act.
Government bonds; maximum rate of interest.
Certain special laws establishing interest rates on bonds prohibited.
Direct deposit of public funds.
Management systems and controls.
Florida Financial Management Information System; board; council.
Definitions relating to Florida Financial Management Information System Act.
Florida Financial Management Information System.
Designation, duties, and responsibilities of functional owners.
Financial Management Information Board.
Coordinating council and design and coordination staff.
Standards for state agency use of card-based technology.
Process for acquisition of commodities or services that include the use of card-based technology.
Disbursement of state moneys.
Refinancing of bonds.
Florida Single Audit Act.
State debt fiscal responsibility.
Audits of state agency direct-support organizations and citizen support organizations.