2004 Florida Statutes
PLANNING AND BUDGETING
Long-range program plan.
Capital facilities planning and budgeting process.
Inventory of state-owned facilities or state-occupied facilities.
Assessment of facility needs.
Evaluation of plans; determination of financing method.
Legislative budget requests to be furnished to Legislature by agencies.
Target budget request.
Budgets for fixed capital outlay.
Budget evaluation by Department of Management Services.
Truth in bonding; definitions; summary of state debt; statement of proposed financing; truth-in-bonding statement.
Review of information resources management needs.
Community budget requests; appropriations; grants.
Summary information in the General Appropriations Act; construction of such information.
Fiscal impact statements on actions affecting the budget.
Reports of Legislature.
Data on legislative and judicial branch expenses.
Filing of financial information; handling by Chief Financial Officer; penalty for noncompliance.
Agencies receiving federal funds; designation of coordinating official; duties.
Information to be furnished to the Executive Office of the Governor.
Public hearings on legislative budgets.
Definitions; ss. 216.133-216.137.
Consensus estimating conferences; general provisions.
Use of official information by state agencies and the judicial branch.
Consensus estimating conferences; duties and principals.
Sessions of consensus estimating conferences; workpapers.
Budget system procedures; planning and programming by state agencies.
Duties of the Executive Office of the Governor.
Governor's recommended budget to be furnished Legislature; copies to members.
Governor's recommended budget; form and content; declaration of collective bargaining impasses.
Governor's recommended budget; supporting information.
Governor's recommended revenues.
Governor's recommended revenues; supporting information.
Governor's amended revenue or budget recommendations; optional and mandatory.
Meetings of legislative appropriations committees.
Truth in budgeting.
Appropriations acts, statement of intent, violation, notice, review and objection procedures.
General Appropriations Act; format; procedure.
Reinstatement of vetoed appropriations by administrative means prohibited.
Approved budgets for operations and fixed capital outlay.
Agency incentive and savings program.
Approval of fixed capital outlay program plan.
Activity-based planning and budgeting.
Entities using performance-based program budgets; chart of accounts.
Release of appropriations; revision of budgets.
Impoundment of funds; restricted.
Services of Executive Office of the Governor to be available to Legislature.
Budgets for federal funds; restrictions on expenditure of federal funds.
Court settlement funds negotiated by the state.
Appropriations as maximum appropriations; adjustment of budgets to avoid or eliminate deficits.
Budget Stabilization Fund; criteria for withdrawing moneys.
Release of certain classified appropriations.
Innovation Investment Program.
Innovation Investment Program; funding; recordkeeping and reporting.
Availability of any remaining funds; agency maintenance of accounting records.
Authority given to carry out provisions of program.
Initiation or commencement of new programs; approval; expenditure of certain revenues.
Salary appropriations; limitations.
Disbursement of Department of Health trust funds; appropriation of authorized positions.
Working Capital Trust Funds.
Administered Funds Trust Fund.
Appropriations nontransferable; exceptions.
Appropriations; undisbursed balances.
Unauthorized contracts in excess of appropriations; penalty.
Construction of chapter 216 as unauthorized expenditures and disbursements.
Professional or other organization membership dues; payment.
Contracts between state agencies; restriction on overhead or other indirect costs.
Disbursement of grants and aids appropriations for lobbying prohibited.
Maximum rate of payment for services funded under General Appropriations Act or awarded on a noncompetitive basis.
Fixed capital outlay grants and aids appropriations to certain nonprofit entities.
Subsequent inconsistent laws.