2010 Florida Statutes
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Chief Financial Officer.
Assistant Chief Financial Officer.
Place of residence and office.
To audit claims against the state.
Security of Chief Financial Officer’s office.
Financial and cash management system; task force.
To audit and adjust accounts of officers and those indebted to the state.
Confidentiality of information relating to financial investigations.
County and district accounts and claims.
Transfer and assignment of claims.
Authority to provide services on a fee basis.
Subpoenas; sworn statements; enforcement proceedings.
Form of state warrants and other payment orders; rules.
Direct deposit of funds.
Accounts, etc., on which warrants drawn, to be filed.
Application for warrants for salaries.
Record of warrants and of state funds and securities.
To report disbursements made.
Authorized to issue warrants to tax collector or sheriff for payment.
To duplicate warrants lost or destroyed.
To prescribe forms.
Examination by Governor and report.
Assignment of claims for collection.
Not to allow any claim of state attorney against state until report made.
Notice to Department of Legal Affairs.
May certify copies.
Cancellation of state warrants not presented within 1 year.
Microfilming and destroying records and correspondence.
Chief Financial Officer may authorize biweekly salary payments.
Authority to prescribe rules.
Dissemination of information.
Annual report of trust funds; duties of Chief Financial Officer.
Governmental efficiency hotline; duties of Chief Financial Officer.
Department of Financial Services Tobacco Settlement Clearing Trust Fund.
Federal Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
Oath and certificate of Chief Financial Officer.
Moneys paid on warrants.
Chief Financial Officer to operate personal check-cashing service.
Annual report to Governor.
Examination by and monthly statements to the Governor.
Division of Treasury to keep record of warrants and of state funds and securities.
Legislative sessions; additional employees.
Division of Treasury to turn over to the Division of Accounting and Auditing all warrants paid.
Deposits and investments of state money.
Administration of funds; Treasury Investment Committee.
Deposits of public money outside the State Treasury; revolving funds.
Treasury Cash Deposit Trust Fund.
Chief Financial Officer; powers and duties in the investment of certain funds.
Interest on state moneys deposited; when paid.
Chief Financial Officer not to issue evidences of indebtedness.
Division of Treasury to make reproductions of certain warrants, records, and documents.
Chief Financial Officer to prescribe forms.
Securities in book-entry form.