2010 Prudential - Davis Productivity Awards ALL

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "2010 Prudential - Davis Productivity Awards ALL"

Transcription

1 Agency Nomination Number Nomination Type Number of Nominees Number of Nominees Invited to Ceremony "Individual" Nomination Name ", Work Unit or Partnership" or "' State Agency" Nomination Name Achievement Title AHCA Florida Center / Data Reporting Achieved 99.5% Currency Status for Patient Data Reporting Eliminated Unnecessary Government AHCA 4 Individual 1 2 Stephen Bradley Regulatory Burden Developed AHCA Laser Fiche Bank Deposit AHCA Laser Fiche Bank Deposit Documentation Documentation System Medicaid ARRA Stimulus Determination and AHCA Finance and Accounting ARRA Reconciliation Revamped Exceptional Claims Tracking AHCA Exceptional Claims Processing System AHCA Medicaid Accounts Receivable Unit Reduced Mail Cost Eliminated Paper Use in Patient Data AHCA Paperless System Collection Clinical Laboratory Proficiency Testing Review Improved and Updated Clinical Laboratory AHCA Proficiency Testing Review Developed Medicaid Health Information AHCA Medicaid Health Information Network Network and Patient Portal Reduced Printing Training Materials that can AHCA Field Operations Printing Reduction be Accessed Electronically Streamlined Annual Adverse Incident AHCA 25 Individual 1 2 Marie Kokol Reporting Requirements Developed Agency Employees Background AHCA Background Screening Renewal Screening Renewal Process Streamlined the Medicaid Health Plan AHCA Health Plan Contract Efficiencies Contracting Process Improved Procedures to Enhance Recoupment AHCA 35 Individual 1 2 Terri Dean of Medicaid Overpayments Developed Methodology for Process AHCA Special Projects and Process Improvement Unit Documentation and Improvement Focus on Home Health / Durable Medical AHCA Medicaid Program Integrity Fraud Task Force Equipment Fraud Managed Care Compliance Enhancement Enhanced Compliance Monitoring of Prepaid AHCA Mental Health Plans Award Category Total Amount of Award Award Location Notable Cash $300 Notable Cash $500 AHCA Cover Florida Health Care Access Program Developed and Implemented an Affordable Health Care Program for the Uninsured AHCA Medicaid Program Integrity Data Analysis Audits Coordinated/Directed Recovery of over $30 Million in Erroneously Paid Medicaid Dollars Developed and Obtained Passage of AHCA Regulatory Reduction Legislation Regulatory Reduction Legislation Developed Agency-wide Process to Combat AHCA Fraud Steering Committee Development Medicaid Fraud/Abuse Medicaid Organ Transplant Process Streamlined the Medicaid Organ Transplant AHCA Evaluation Reimbursement Process Internal IT Developer and Agency User Developed Agency IT User and IT Developer AHCA Training Programs In-house Training Curriculums 3/18/2010 1

2 Eliminated Vendor Contract Expense by AHCA Internal Virtual Private Network (VPN) Developing Internal VPN Solution Reduced IT Costs through Server Virtualization AHCA IT Virtualization Initiative Successfully Implemented Operating Procedure on Provider Recoupment and APD 4 Individual 1 0 Frank Houston Overpayment for Services Generated Over $2 Million Additional APD 6 Individual 1 2 Sue Holland Federal Revenue Distinguished Cash $750 Reduced Cost/Streamlined Systems for APD 7 Individual 1 2 Jo Ann Harper Inventory Control Improved Productivity and Workers' APD Worker's Compensation Cost Reduction Compensation Cost Demonstrated Efficiency of Strategy to APD Behavioral Services, Area 3 Office Improve Reporting Compliance APD 12 Individual 1 2 Kimberly M. Hatcher Reduced Cost for Outside Medical Services Conducted Statewide Campaign on APD Communications Office Employment of People with Disabilities Reduced Payment Error Rate from 18% to AWI Eligibility Support and Fraud Prevention Unit 2.7% Automated Outreach and Initial Engagement AWI Social Welfare Operations for Growing Program Developed Overpayment Calculation AWI 11 Individual 1 2 Sheridan Marie McNeel Worksheet for AWI Special Deputy Decisions Expanded Work Opportunity Tax Credit AWI Work Opportunity Tax Credit Automated Verification Process Notable Cash $300 Increased Regional Productivity and DACS Agriculture Interdiction Station 19 Operated Revenue Positive Notable Cash $300 Developed a Processor Assisted Program to DACS Customer Assisted Certification Program Certify Citrus Implemented Internal Retrofitting of 130' Deck DACS Oyster Reef Enhancement Barge DACS 17 Individual 1 2 Regina Cahoe Reduced Metered Postage Expense The Instrument (ICP), Throughput & Efficiency Improved Instrument (ICP), Throughput & DACS Efficiency Created Spanish Online Consumer Services A DACS Consumer Assistance Center Spanish to Z Resource Guide Constructed Emergency Response Task Force DACS Tate's Hell Staff Emergency Trailer Trailer Employee-Developed Material Efficient Access Increased Efficiency by Providing Mandatory DACS Training on Intranet Provided Mandatory Training on Intranet that DACS Efficient New Employee Training Increased Efficiency DBPR Alternative Dispute Resolution Reduced Investigative and Legal Costs Created a Model Process dor Administrative DBPR 4 Individual 1 2 Telisa Davis Case Submission Restaurant Plan Review Electronic Submittal DBPR Implemented Electronic Plan Review Submittals DBPR Division of Technology Single Licensing System Transition 3/18/2010 2

3 DBPR 10 Individual 1 2 Sharlene Slosar Performance DBPR 11 Individual 1 2 Larry Chatfield DBPR 12 Individual 1 2 Alan Lewis DBPR PMW Enforcement DBPR LicenseEase Configuration DBPR 18 Individual 1 2 Michael Whitehead DBPR 19 Individual 1 2 Frederick N. Fluty DBPR 20 Individual 1 2 Anthony W. Ganey DBPR Hotels and Restaurants Compliance DBPR 22 Individual 1 0 Thomas N. Coker DBPR 24 DBPR 25 DBPR 27 Reduced Investigative Costs by Streamlining Processes and Building Essential Bridges Automated Manual Processes While Learning Java Developed a New Procedure to More Efficiently Enforce Florida's Pari-Mutuel Rules and Statutes Automated Scripting Process for DBPR LicenseEase Configuration Requests Developed Tracking System To Reduce Travel Expenses Improved Administrative Case Management for 20 Years Provided Outstanding Customer Service for 22 Years Improved Administrative Case Process for Five Years Automated Mass Production of License Deficiency Letters Individual 1 2 Kathy Ott Performance Individual 1 2 Michelle Milnes Performance Individual 1 2 Bob Brandewie 34 Years of Service to the Children of Florida DBPR 35 Individual 1 2 Cheryl Biesky Performance Construction Industry Licensing Board Developed Streamlined, Electronic Meeting DBPR Automated Agenda Agendas Division of Regulation - Lead the State in Unlicensed Activity Proactive DBPR Investigative Office Enforcement DBPR 38 Individual 1 2 Dennis A. Miller Over 20 Years of Service DBPR 41 Individual 1 2 Lucile D. McBride Over 20 Years of Service DBPR 42 Individual 1 2 Kevin J. Scheen Over 20 Years of Service Notable Cash $200 Notable Cash $300 Notable Cash $300 Notable Cash $200 Eagle 3/18/2010 3

4 DBPR 43 Individual 1 2 Jill R. Blackman Over 20 Years of Service DCF Adult Protective Services - Vital Statistics DCF Florida State Hospital Staff Adult Protective Services Automated Death Certificate Project Steadfastly Reduced Number of Workers' Compensation Claims Implemented Florida's First Mental Health DCF Florida State Hospital K-9 Facility K-9 Program Notable Cash $700 Transition Displaced Disabled Adults into Cost DCF Evercare Transition Efficient Services Notable Cash $500 DCF Lease Costs Reduction Reduced Leased Costs DCF Pharmacy & Therapeutics Cost Containment Developed Cost Containment Brand to Generic Medication Protocol DCF ACCESS Food Stamp Quality Control #1 Food Stamp Quality Control Error Rate Nationwide DCF ACCESS Notice ReWrite Modernized Customer Notice Process DCF Resident Orientation Expanding and Improving Resident Orientation DCF ACCESS Periodic Eligibility Income Reporting Modernized Quarterly Income Reporting Requirements Streamlined Processes to Handle Telephone Calls and Conduct Customer Interviews for Public Assistance Benefits Eliminated Personal Identification Number (PIN) Lock Reduced On-call Costs in the Circuit's Child Abuse Prevention Budget Developed a Telephone Intake Unit for Circuit 8 DCF Quincy Telephone Improvement DCF Electronic Benefits Transfer Project Office DCF Circuit 1 On-Call Reduction DCF DCF Circuit 8 Intake Unit Notable Cash $300 Quail Roost Service Center Management DCF Volunteered Time/Effort to Open New Center Streamlined Awareness Process for Collecting DCF Pay Your Way Task Force Maintenance Fees Developed Intranet Tidbit Training and DCF Performance and Planning Archive Performance and Planning Telecommunications DCF Managed Communications Cost, Part 2 DCF Circuit 7 Family Safety Reduced Costs of Phone Service Eliminated Cost of Replacement Furniture for DCF 213 Individual 1 0 Ruth Ann Altenhof Storm-Damaged Agency Developed Statewide Automated Tracking DCF 223 Individual 1 2 Bill Goff System for Department Contracts Notable Cash $200 Created Disaster System for 2008 Louisiana DCF Buddy State Disaster Recovery Services Hurricane Victims DCF 229 Individual 1 2 John R. Doak Increased Federal Drawdown Funding Notable Cash $200 Reduced the Number of Land Lines throughout DCF Central Region Telecommunications the Region DCF Data Exchange Automation Developed a Stage File Automation Process Notable Cash $300 3/18/2010 4

5 Promoted Activities to Reduce Employees' DCF Project Green Carbon Reduction Carbon Footprint Created New ACCESS Monitoring and DCF 245 Individual 1 2 William Martinez Reporting Systems Notable Cash $400 Social Security Outreach, Access, and Developed Cost Saving Initiative to Expedite DCF Recovery Initiative Benefits Distinguished Cash $1,250 DCF Investigations Unit Accreditation Achieved Accreditation Status Reduced Permanency Timeframes by DCF Interstate Compact System Redesign Implementing Electronic Database Notable Cash $300 Adapted Internal Audit Management System DCF IIAMS Conversion for Statewide Use Distinguished Cash $1,250 DCF Dependency Case Managers' Retention Task Force Reduced Dependency Case Managers' Turnover DCF Telecommuting Guide Developed an Operational Guide for Telecommuters DCF Interview Unit Improved Completion of SNAP (Food Stamp) Interviews DCF Attendance Increased Consumer Attendance to Rehabilitation Services DCF Evidenced-Based Best Practice Implemented Evidenced - Based Practice in Vocational Services Developed a Training Program to Increase DCF Transition Unit Efficiency Developed and Implemented Training to DCF Identification of Trafficked Children Identify Child Trafficking Victims Reduced the Number of Children in Foster DCF Family In-home Recovery Support Care Notable Cash $300 Developed an Electronic Referral and DCF Referral Process Reporting Web-Based System Streamlined the Interviewing Process for DCF Lobby Phone Interviewing Lobby Traffic DCF SNAP Developed Notification System for Expedited Interviews Produced and Directed the Today! DCF 272 Individual 1 2 Andy Klaus Inspirational Video Improved Service Delivery for the ACCESS Eagle DCF Circuit Six ACCESS Management Program Helped Parents Accept Children Released DCF Lock Out Prevention from Juvenile Justice Restructured Information Processing in Food & DCF Food & Nutrition Process Nutrition Operations Increased Efficiency in Child and Adult DCF Child and Adult Protection Technology Protection Technology DCF Bilingual Translation Support Developed Streamlined Process for Language Translation Services DCF Intake Specialist Telecommuting Developed Telecommuting for Intake Specialist Staff Online Training Management System Broadened Access Collaboratively to Quality DCF Expansion Training/Management System Building Domestic Violence Investigation DCF Building Domestic Violence Expertise Expertise 3/18/2010 5

6 Increased Employee Safety in Department DCF Facilities Management Reference Guide Buildings DCF 286 Individual 1 2 Bradford Cote Developed Domestic Violence Database Improved Cost of Child Protective Investigator DCF Retention Turnover by $3.5 Million Notable Cash $300 Created Electronic Notification Process for DCF 290 Individual 1 2 Joe Letukas Facility Abuse Reports Maintained Above Average Performance for DCF 291 Individual 1 2 Ivonne Alemany Time Standards Notable Cash $200 Developed Batch Processing and Conversion DCF 292 Individual 1 2 Will Cummings of Scanned Referrals Implemented the Provider Funded Position Agreement with Medicaid Providers and DCF Provider Funded Position Reduced the Number of Staff Electronic Document Redaction and Transmittal Reduced Cost/Time to Redact and Provide DCF Records Improved Electronic Record Retention and DCF Sexually Violent Predator Program E- Distribution Standards DCF Caseload Management Reduce Number of Hours Spent Working on Non-interviewed Cases Reduced Backlog by Focusing on DCF Fundamentals First Fundamentals Consolidated Community and State Economic DCF Economic Self Sufficiency Impact Self Sufficiency Resources DCF Medicaid Only Workload Reduction Modernized Medicaid Only Review Requirements DCF Training Unit Supplemental Knowledge Expanded Trainee Knowledge of Policy and Procedures DCF Benefit Recovery Box Elimination Reduction of Case Records Storage DCF Navarre Case Transfer Process Implemented Case Transfer Process using Family Engagement Initiated and Developed the Substance Abuse DCF 319 Individual 1 2 Cathy Claud Child Welfare Network Notable Cash $300 Changed to Dedicated Long-distance Phone DCF 323 Individual 1 2 Mike Rogers Service Avoided Complex Medical Cost of the DCF Care Coordination Mentally Ill DCF Circuit 10 ACCESS Retention Initiative Reduced Turnover in ES I position by 65 % DCF Voice to Text Project Implemented System to Save Time and Increase Efficiency DCF Food Stamp Helping Hands Established Resources to Assist with Food Stamp Applications DCF Medicaid Concerns Resolved and Expedited Medicaid Issues DCF 332 Individual 1 0 Michael R. Crews Improved Traffic Compliance Streamlined Child Care Licensing Legal DCF Child Care Licensing Legal Staffing Staffing Process DCF Opa Locka Customer Service Reduced Calls to Customer Call Center Increased Efficiency of Commitment Increased Efficiency of Commitment DCF Proceedings Proceedings 3/18/2010 6

7 Reduced the Number of Children in Foster DCF Circuit 3 Foster Care Redesign Care Notable Cash $300 Reduced Cost for Paper Usage and Work DCF Circuit 10 Case Assignment Unit Hours Provided Disaster Relief During 2009 DEA Suwannee River Flooding Disaster Relief Suwannee River Flooding Implemented Senior Center Fixed Capital DEA Senior Center Fixed Capital Outlay Outlay Project DEA Dually Enrolled Transition Reduced Costs for Dually Enrolled Clients DEA Statewide Public Guardianship Office Saved $1.9 Million in Public Guardianship Offices DEP Oculus Pre-index Developed and Implemented Oculus Preindex Guidance Document DEP Water Resources Management Permitting Support Adapted/Implemented Paperless Systems Providing Notable Management, Public DEP 6 State 0 4 Florida Park Service - Southwest District Service, and Fiscal Accomplishments Stand Lands Lease Document Management Improved State Lands Lease Documentation DEP and Management Process DEP Permit Data Processing Improvement Streamlined the Permit Data Entry Process DEP Lignumvitae Green Reduced Carbon Footprint by Implementing Alternative Energy Source DEP Bureau of Design & Construction Developed Contracts Section Bid System Refinements Renovated Eight Overnight Cabins and DEP St. Joseph Cabins Renovation Attached Boardwalks Transformed Community Park into State Park DEP Chapman Gardens Gem DEP 21 Individual 1 2 Thomas H. Errair Designed and Repaired Park Structures Notable Cash $200 Developed Exotic Removal Project with DEP District 5 Invasive Exotic Plant Removal Several Agencies DEP District 2 FIRE Reduced Wildland Fuel Loads Creates Safer Parks DEP Vehicle Safety Rodeo Event Improvement Improved the Vehicle Safety Rodeo Event Efficiency Endangered Wolves/Panther Exhibits Developed Educational Red Wolves and DEP Development Florida Panther Exhibits Completed the Land Acquisition for Picayune DEP 30 Individual 1 2 Judy Warrick Strand Restoration Distinguished Cash $750 DEP 31 State 0 0 Increased Recreational and Public Awareness Staff and Friends of Oscar Scherer State Park of the Park DEP TEAM Hillsborough Developed Cyclical Maintenance Program DEP 33 Individual 1 2 Doug Watson Acquired FEMA Trailers For District 3 Parks Saint Sebastian Preserve Resource Increased Applied Resource Management DEP Management Prescribed Fire Notable Cash $300 Innovating Hazardous Waste Regulatory DEP 40 Individual 1 2 John White Processes Permit Forecasting Pre-filling Conference Streamlined the Permit Review Process Using DEP Permit Forecasting State Employee Practices Environmental DEP 42 Individual 1 0 Brian Snyder Stewardship 3/18/2010 7

8 DEP Air Program Permitting Streamlined Air Permitting Process to Expedite Permits Environmental Resource Permit Application Streamlined Permit Application Review DEP Distribution Distribution Process Created a to Save Money Removing DEP 45 Individual 1 2 Elizabeth Gandy Exotics Central District Public Records Requests DEP Fulfillment Enhanced Public Records Requests Fulfillment Expanded Electronic Filing System for Air DEP 49 Individual 1 0 Garry Kuberski Regulatory Information Improved Facility Compliance Rates through DEP Wastewater Compliance Assistance Education Adapted/Implemented Paperless System for DEP South District Waste Management Processing Correspondence Transferred Usable Equipment for Parks DEP An OSCAR Family Benefit Developed Pollutant Load Reduction DEP Watersheds' Total Maximum Daily Load Assessments for Florida's Waterbodies Innovative Approaches to Environmental and DEP 62 Individual 1 2 David Herbster Public Health Protection Disaster Debris Authorization Development Developed Automated Authorizations for Hurricane Debris Staging Areas DEP DEP 65 Individual 1 2 Stephanie Lalonde Administrative and Human Resources Excellence DEP 66 Individual 1 2 Caroline Shine Improving Air Quality in Central Florida Protecting Water and Public Health in Central DEP 67 Individual 1 2 Christianne Ferraro Florida Solid and Hazardous Waste Authorizations Developed Automated Paperless DEP Authorization Processing Workflow System Eliminated Heat Related Shutdowns of Mission DEP 72 Individual 1 2 Scott Hill Critical Equipment Developed Model for Contracting Information DEP Information Technology Contracting Technology Projects Conducted Prescribed Burning, Reduced DEP District 4 Fire - VIPER Backlog Fire-acres, Suppressed Wildfires Developed Online Training Course Catalog DEP Online Course Conversion for Department-wide Training Salary Overpayments Tracking Database Developed a New Salary Overpayments DFS Payroll Tracking Database Developed an On-line Annual Leave Payout DFS Online Annual Leave Payout History History System Criminal Justice Incentive Program Payroll Automated Eligibility for Criminal Justice DFS Incentive Program Payrolls Federally Mandated Health Insurance Subsidy Developed System for Federally Mandated DFS Health Insurance Subsidy DFS On-line Social Security Number Correction Implemented an On-line Social Security Number Correction System Notable Cash $300 3/18/2010 8

9 Developed a Defaulted Student Loan Match DFS Defaulted Student Loan Match Payroll System Developed Electronic Payment Process for DFS Electronic Payment Process State Financial Institutions Exposed Theft of Over $500,000 by DFS Office of Bureau of Investigation Insurance Agent Increased Federal Reimbursement Paid for DFS FEMA Reimbursement Hurricane Expenses DFS Auction Rate Securities Exam Returned $68 Million to Florida Investors Notable Cash $500 Reduced Total Liability Claims Cost in FY DFS Risk Management Claim Cost Reduction 08/09 Notable Cash $300 Developed Off-site Monitoring of Financial DFS 31 Individual 1 2 NancyRae Kjelgaard Stability -Florida Banks Notable Cash $300 Executed Pioneer Hurricane Mitigation Grant DFS My Safe Florida Home Program Exceeds Performance Expectations in DFS 33 Individual 1 2 Michael Ward Investigative Criminal Convictions Notable Cash $400 Enhanced Legal Case Track/Performance DFS 35 Individual 1 2 Julie Jones Measurement System Notable Cash $200 Viatical Sales Agreement Agent Prosecution Protecting Senior Consumers by Prosecuting DFS Unregistered Security Sales Developed Comprehensive Approach to DFS PEP Exposures to Blood Borne Pathogens Developed Fraud Outreach Help-line for DFS 42 Individual 1 2 Neptime Dieujuste Haitian Americans Consumer Services Field Office Consolidation DFS Consolidated Consumer Services Field Offices DFS 44 Individual 1 2 Maggie Gattrell Stopped Theft and Fraud by Insurance Agents Notable Cash $400 Division of Workers' Compensation, Bureau of Developed and Implemented Online Non- DFS 45 State 81 4 Compliance Compliance Referral Database Streamlined Boiler Inspections and Billing DFS Boiler Safety Section Process DFS 48 Individual 1 0 Phyllis Somerville Reduced Costs to Budget of Ft. Myers Office DFS 49 Individual 1 2 William Borah Unraveled a $3.1 Million Ponzi Scheme Developed Pre-Need Remittance DFS Pre-Need Remittance Management System Management System (PNRSystem) Achieved Law Enforcement Accreditation for the Division of Insurance Fraud in Less than DFS 52 Individual 1 2 Captain Bob Brongel One Year Created the Legal Department Environmental DFS 53 Individual 1 2 Regina Keenan Initiative Notable Cash $200 Streamlined Insurance License Application DFS Application Processing Enhancement Process Increased Number of Files Resolved to Protect DFS Legal Processing Unit Consumers Created Electronic Service of Process System DFS 66 Individual 1 2 Pam Edenfield for Lawsuits Notable Cash $300 DFS Wireless Communications Cost Efficiency Reduced Costs for Wireless Communications Computer Vendor Prioritization and Reduced Computer Vendor Costs and DFS Redirection Upgraded Essential Systems 3/18/2010 9

10 Joint Legal/Workers' Compensation Systematically Assuring Compliance with DFS Collections Workers' Compensation Laws Established Program for Division to use Fleet DFS 85 Individual 1 0 Karen Duehring Vehicles instead of Rental Cars DHSMV Troop G Training Streamlined In-Service Training Developed New Scanable Customer DHSMV Ask Survey Satisfaction Survey Implemented Online Report Viewing and DHSMV On-line Mainframe Report Viewing Mainframe Print Reduction Notable Cash $300 DHSMV Construction and Relocation Renovated Space to Sustain Customer Service DHSMV Server Virtualization Implemented Server Virtualization Solution Reducing Cost and Consolidating Resources Streamlined Utility, Phone and Lease Data DHSMV Utility Management Entry Developed and Implemented a New Cash DHSMV Cash Management Process Improvement Handling Process Florida Highway Patrol Computer Testing Tested Computers, Docks, and Stands for DHSMV Purchase Notable Cash $300 DHSMV Customer Service Center Letter Revision Improved Driver Status Notifications DHSMV Crash Data Sales Produced Raw Crash Data CD for Sale Improved Insurance Verification and Resultant DHSMV Verification of Insurance Automation Productivity DHSMV 34 Individual 1 2 Laura Rogers Automated Data Compilation Financial Responsibility Insurance Certification Automated and Streamlined Insurance DHSMV Automation Certification Reduced Facility Costs by Renegotiating Lease DHSMV Bureau of Real Estate Services Contracts Communication to Motor Vehicle Developed Process to Communicate DHSMV Dealers with Motor Vehicle Dealers Improved Accuracy of Driver Records Through DHSMV Core Audit Data Analysis DHSMV 42 Individual 1 0 Selita Rudd Used Existing Paper Supply to Reduce Costs DHSMV 45 Individual 1 2 Dee Dee Holley Improved Delivery Method of Required Forms Added Barcodes to Notices Resulting in DHSMV Lien Satisfaction Efficiencies DHSMV License Plate Enhancement Reduced Dimension of License Plates Notable Cash $300 DHSMV Public Information System Implementation Implemented a Statewide Public Information System DHSMV Dealer License Services Enhanced On-line Web Dealer License Services DHSMV Customer Queuing System Implementation Implemented Customer Queuing System in Driver License Offices Designed and Implemented Liability Insurance DHSMV Insurance Certificate Design Certification Form Implemented Changes to Driver License DHSMV High-Speed Scanning Project Document Scanning Process 3/18/

11 DHSMV DUI Law Summary Task Force Developed a DUI Law Summary for Judiciary DHSMV 60 Individual 1 2 Boyd Walden Eliminated Lien Satisfaction Letters DHSMV Florida Rider Training Quality Assurance Generated External Funding for Florida Rider Training Program Ignition Interlock Device Violation Process Developed a Database for Ignition Interlock DHSMV Violators DUI Curriculum Development and Training Developed Curriculum and Training for DUI DHSMV Programs Simplified Process to Assist Judges on Violator DHSMV Judicial Liaison Sanctions Developed On-line Site for Promotion DHSMV Promotion Process Improvement Registration and Resources Administrative Cost Recovery License Hearings Developed and Implemented Cost Recovery DHSMV Fees for Administrative Reviews DHSMV Motorist Software Upgrade Upgraded Motorist Software Statewide Notable Cash $300 Provided Volunteer Sworn Law Enforcement DHSMV Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary Assistance Developed Program to Recycle Printer DHSMV 70 Individual 1 2 Larry Hardin Cartridges for Paper Enterprise Information Security Enhancement Implemented Unified Endpoint Protection and DHSMV Perimeter Firewall Enhancements DHSMV Regional Duty Officer Training Consolidation Consolidated and Implemented New Hire Duty Officer Training DHSMV 73 Individual 1 2 Joel Slanco Created Computer Software and Application Notable Cash $200 Developed Process for Increasing Retention in DHSMV Retention Improvement Key Positions Developed Contracts and Purchasing Card DHSMV 76 Individual 1 2 Gregory Bickford Database Developed Tracking System for Emergency DHSMV Emergency Office Closure Tracking Office Closures DHSMV 78 Individual 1 2 Billy Rankin Reduced Vehicle Expenses Streamlined Vehicle Installation and Trunk DHSMV Florida Highway Patrol Central Install Security Enhancements Reorganized the Florida Highway Patrol for DHSMV Florida Highway Patrol Reorganization Efficiency Temporary Operational Permit (TOP) Task Developed Quality Review Process for DHSMV Force Temporary Operational Permits Developed Electronic Checklist /Chronological DJJ Circuit 7 Unit 101 for Probation Installed Fiber Network Equipment to Replace DJJ 6 Individual 1 2 Lee Payne Outdated Wireless Network Planned, Developed, and Constructed an DJJ Building a Better Future Athletic/Education Course Developed an Educational Presentation on the DJJ 10 Individual 1 2 Charles R. Brock Dangers of Sexting Developed Automated Surveys to Streamline DJJ 15 Individual 1 2 Jennifer Bailey Workload Reduced Lost Time Claims by Utilizing DJJ 16 Individual 1 2 Lorna Jackson Alternate Duty Developed and Delivered Management DLA 1 Individual 1 2 John Pare Training Program for Attorney Managers Notable Cash $200 3/18/

12 Victims Legal Work Process Improvement Improved Legal Work Processes Relating to DLA Victims Adapted/Expanded New Employee DLA New Employee Orientation Online Orientation Online Notable Cash $500 Criminal Investigative Mayor's Mortgage Developed Criminal Investigative Task Force DLA Fraud Task Force to Combat Mortgage Fraud Human Resources New Employee Checklist Adapted/Expanded Human Resources New DLA Employee Automated Checklist Notable Cash $300 DLA DLA Swap Shop Developed OAG Swap Shop Stopped Price Gouging by a National DLA 11 Partnership 9 4 Price Gouging Task Force Gasoline Wholesaler Notable Cash $500 Adapted/Implemented Improved Business DLA Improved Processes for Citizen Services Processes for Citizen Services Notable Cash $300 Developed Website for Mortgage Fraud DLA Mortgage Fraud Website Consumer Awareness Developed Pharmaceutical Drug Diversion DLA Stone Cold Task Force Task Force On-line Personnel File Document Management On-line Personnel File Document Management DLA System System DLA Gang Strategy Website Developed Gang Strategy Awareness Website DLA Sunshine Training and Awareness Website Developed Government-in-the-Sunshine Training and Awareness Website Developed VICTRE System for Victims of Child DLA V.I.C.T.R.E. System Pornography Developed Comprehensive SafeFlorida DLA SafeFlorida Website Redesign Website to Increase Consumer Awareness Developed Rewards Program to Pay DLA Informants DLA Wireless Billing Automation Developed Wireless Billing System Obtained Significant Business Reforms and DLA Multistate Litigation Unit Recovered Nearly $37 Million Notable Cash $500 Attorney General's Mortgage Fraud Task Established a Task Force to Address DLA Force Mortgage-related Issues Notable Cash $500 Multi-agency Excess Casualty Insurance Recovered $20+ Million for Undisclosed DLA Investigative Commissions/Hidden Fees Notable Cash $300 Made Florida a Recognized Leader in Antitrust DLA 37 Individual 1 2 Patricia Conners Enforcement Returned Millions to Consumers from Improper DLA Countrywide Home Loans Home Loans Outstanding Cash $2,250 Stopped Negative Option Sales from DLA 40 Individual 1 2 Tina Furlow Publishers, Saving Millions Notable Cash $200 DLA 41 Individual 1 2 Joe Gentili Stopped Massive Consumer Debt Relief Scam Reduced Paper Usage and Postage Costs by Implementing Two-Sided Photocopying DLA Legal Document Copying Procedures Expanded Electronic Legal Discovery Process DLA Children's Legal Services to Entire Office Streamlined Communication by Implementing DLA 44 Individual 1 0 Beth Simone Paperless Case Updates Outstanding Cash $1,750 3/18/

REPORTING AND TRACKING SYSTEMS

REPORTING AND TRACKING SYSTEMS REPORTING AND TRACKING SYSTEMS BENEFITS Expediting Benefits Department of Children and Families staff in Miami-Dade County improved access to public entitlement benefits under Supplemental Security Income

More information

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Statement of Agency Organization and Operation

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Statement of Agency Organization and Operation This statement of agency organization and operation has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Section 28 101.001, Florida Administrative Code and is available to any person upon request.

More information

Risk Assessment and July 1, 2015 Annual Audit Plan for the 2015-16 Fiscal Year. Introduction. Mission Statement

Risk Assessment and July 1, 2015 Annual Audit Plan for the 2015-16 Fiscal Year. Introduction. Mission Statement Risk Assessment and July 1, 2015 Annual Audit Plan for the 2015-16 Fiscal Year Introduction The authority and responsibilities of the Office of Inspector General are established in Section 20.055, Florida

More information

FY 2012 Total County - $388,239,166. FY 2012 Health County Dollars - $29,978,137. Medical Examiner 0.6%

FY 2012 Total County - $388,239,166. FY 2012 Health County Dollars - $29,978,137. Medical Examiner 0.6% Health Service Area FY 2012 Total County - $388,239,166 Health 7.7% FY 2012 Health County Dollars - $29,978,137 Medical Examiner 0.6% CenterPoint Human Svcs. 20.9% Public Health 78.5% OPERATING POLICIES

More information

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, AN ACT concerning finance. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Section 5. The State Finance Act is amended by adding Section 8.49 as follows: (30

More information

FY 2010 Total County. FY 2010 Health County Dollars - $28,422,505. Medical Examiner 1%

FY 2010 Total County. FY 2010 Health County Dollars - $28,422,505. Medical Examiner 1% Health Service Area FY 2010 Total County Health 7% FY 2010 Health County Dollars - $28,422,505 Medical Examiner 1% CenterPoint Human Svcs. 22% Public Health 77% OPERATING POLICIES AND GOALS: Create a community

More information

PUBLIC SAFETY ACTION PLAN. Prepared for Governor Haslam by Subcabinet Working Group

PUBLIC SAFETY ACTION PLAN. Prepared for Governor Haslam by Subcabinet Working Group PUBLIC SAFETY ACTION PLAN Prepared for Governor Haslam by Subcabinet Working Group JANUARY 2012 Table of Contents Subcabinet working group makeup and input Two-fold mission of the group Summary of findings

More information

AUDITOR GENERAL DAVID W. MARTIN, CPA

AUDITOR GENERAL DAVID W. MARTIN, CPA AUDITOR GENERAL DAVID W. MARTIN, CPA AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES Operational Audit SUMMARY This operational audit of the Agency for Health Care Administration (Agency)

More information

TOP MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES MOST FREQUENTLY IDENTIFIED December 2000

TOP MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES MOST FREQUENTLY IDENTIFIED December 2000 TOP MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES MOST FREQUENTLY IDENTIFIED December 2000 Agency Information Technology Management & Security GPRA Compliance, Implementation & Accountability Financial Management & CFO Statements

More information

The Department of Justice

The Department of Justice The Legislative Fiscal Division Presents an Agency Profile of: The Department of Justice Contact: Greg DeWitt, Senior Fiscal Analyst Room 119, State Capitol Building Phone: 444-5392 E-mail: gcdewitt@mt.gov

More information

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL The Attorney General is the state s legal officer, responsible for protecting the interests of the state and its residents. The office provides services covering a broad

More information

FY 2011 Total County. FY 2011 Health County Dollars - $29,869,193. Medical Examiner 1%

FY 2011 Total County. FY 2011 Health County Dollars - $29,869,193. Medical Examiner 1% Health Service Area FY 2011 Total County Health 8% FY 2011 Health County Dollars - $29,869,193 Medical Examiner 1% CenterPoint Human Svcs. 21% Public Health 78% OPERATING POLICIES AND GOALS: Create a community

More information

State of Washington. Guide to Developing Strategic Workforce Plans. Updated December 2008

State of Washington. Guide to Developing Strategic Workforce Plans. Updated December 2008 State of Washington Guide to Developing Strategic Workforce Plans Updated December 2008 Table of Contents Introduction... 3 What Is Workforce Planning?... 3 Workforce Planning Strategy Areas... 4 Strategic

More information

HEALTH INSURANCE ALLOCATIONS 1/

HEALTH INSURANCE ALLOCATIONS 1/ HEALTH INSURANCE ALLOCATIONS 1/ GENERAL FUND FY 2004 FY 2004 Administration, AZ Department of $1,254,100 $73,500 Administrative Hearings, Office of 76,700 4,100 Agriculture, AZ Department of 1,009,200

More information

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION STATEMENT OF AGENCY ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION STATEMENT OF AGENCY ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION STATEMENT OF AGENCY ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Agency for Health Care Administration is authorized in Section 20.42, Florida Statutes. It is

More information

Strategic Plan. Fiscal Year 2013-2014. Julie L. Jones Executive Director. Goals Objectives Strategies Measures

Strategic Plan. Fiscal Year 2013-2014. Julie L. Jones Executive Director. Goals Objectives Strategies Measures Strategic Plan Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Goals Objectives Strategies Measures Julie L. Jones Executive Director Public Safety Protect the lives and security of our residents and visitors through enforcement,

More information

Maryland Emergency Operations Plan

Maryland Emergency Operations Plan Maryland Emergency Operations Plan Purpose The purpose of the Maryland Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is to outline an approach and designate responsibilities intended to minimize the consequences of

More information

Table of Contents ESF-3-1 034-00-13

Table of Contents ESF-3-1 034-00-13 Table of Contents Primary Coordinating Agency... 2 Local Supporting Agencies... 2 State, Regional, and Federal Agencies and Organizations... 3 Purpose... 3 Situations and Assumptions... 4 Direction and

More information

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MISSION STATEMENT The Information Technology department provides technology, telecommunications and information systems leadership and strategic planning while ensuring efficient, cost effective implementation

More information

In implementing the budget, the department will be organized into five major divisions with the following functions:

In implementing the budget, the department will be organized into five major divisions with the following functions: Phyllis Murdock, Director Public Health Department Summary Mission Statement The mission of the Public Health Department is to protect the public through promoting individual, community, and environmental

More information

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 2013-2016 STRATEGIC PLAN

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 2013-2016 STRATEGIC PLAN FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 2013-2016 STRATEGIC PLAN Changing Lives To Ensure a Safer Florida FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 2013-2016 STRATEGIC PLAN TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction.... 2 Vision,

More information

Information Technology and Communications

Information Technology and Communications Information Technology and Communications City Council City Manager I INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS I '""""'"'"1:11 commimill!itlerrs: Mission Statement To establish strategies, policies and

More information

vision 2015 FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN PINELLAS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR

vision 2015 FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN PINELLAS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN PINELLAS COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR Prepared by: Barbara Hastings, Organization Management Analyst Chad McLeod, Manager of Public Affairs and Compliance Revised 041113 Table of Contents

More information

County Insurance Fund

County Insurance Fund County Insurance Fund Lines of Business: Budget Reduction Proposals Risk Management Division Department of Finance 1 Mission To make a significant contribution to the health and safety of County residents,

More information

STATE OF NEVADA Department of Administration Division of Human Resource Management CLASS SPECIFICATION

STATE OF NEVADA Department of Administration Division of Human Resource Management CLASS SPECIFICATION STATE OF NEVADA Department of Administration Division of Human Resource Management CLASS SPECIFICATION TITLE GRADE EEO-4 CODE SUPERVISORY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR II 43* D 13.241 SUPERVISORY CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR

More information

GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS FISCAL YEAR 2007-2008

GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS FISCAL YEAR 2007-2008 GENERAL SERVICES AGENCY GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS FISCAL YEAR 2007-2008 GSA Mission Statement The General Services Agency assists in providing the foundation upon which County Government is

More information

PUBLIC HEALTH. Public Health Fund. Summary of Public Health Fund Activity. Department Goals. Recent Accomplishments. Public Health Fund FY 2016

PUBLIC HEALTH. Public Health Fund. Summary of Public Health Fund Activity. Department Goals. Recent Accomplishments. Public Health Fund FY 2016 Public Health Fund Summary of Public Health Fund Activity The Public Health Fund was created by an Interlocal Agreement between Gallatin County and the City of Bozeman. The agreement sets forth the criteria

More information

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION MEDICAID OFFICE

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION MEDICAID OFFICE AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION MEDICAID OFFICE Attachment 1.2-8 Page 1 Director of Medicaid Pereonal Secretary I Sre Human Sarv. Program Administrator Eleven Area Of fices Program Analysis Third

More information

Seattle Municipal Court

Seattle Municipal Court The Honorable C. Kimi Kondo, Presiding Judge (206) 684-5600 http://www.seattle.gov/courts/ Judicial Branch Overview The Seattle Municipal Court (SMC) processes more cases than any other municipal court

More information

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE. Illinois Board of Higher Education State of Illinois - Springfield, IL 2013-Present

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE. Illinois Board of Higher Education State of Illinois - Springfield, IL 2013-Present DEB VONDEBUR, MBA PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Illinois Board of Higher Education State of Illinois - Springfield, IL 2013-Present BUDGET OFFICER (7/2013-Present) Budget Officer for higher education agency

More information

PUBLIC PROTECTION AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET BILL (Senate 1400 and Assembly 2100)

PUBLIC PROTECTION AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET BILL (Senate 1400 and Assembly 2100) PUBLIC PROTECTION AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET BILL (Senate 1400 and Assembly 2100) DIVISION OF THE BUDGET Budget Division Program The amendment eliminates funding in support of the State s membership

More information

STRATEGIC PLAN/FUNDING NEXUS

STRATEGIC PLAN/FUNDING NEXUS STRATEGIC PLAN/FUNDING NEXUS INTRODUCTION The purpose of this section is to reinforce the linkage between the County wide Strategic Plan and funding. The Department Budgets section contains several references

More information

TRANSPORTATION Carson Howell, Analyst

TRANSPORTATION Carson Howell, Analyst State of Utah FY 2008 Budget Recommendations Carson Howell, Analyst AGENCY BUDGET OVERVIEW Mission: Build and maintain the State s transportation system, plan and implement new highway projects, improve

More information

Information Services and Technology FY 2014-16 Performance Plan

Information Services and Technology FY 2014-16 Performance Plan Contents I. Mission Statement... 1 II. Department Overview... 1 III. Program Description and Responsibilities... 2... 2 ATOM... 2 Systems and Applications... 2 Justice... 3 Land Systems... 3 Support Services...

More information

Finance & Administration Division

Finance & Administration Division Division Summary Loretta Kirk, Deputy General Manager The Finance and Administration Division is responsible for the Authority s financial management and critical support functions. This Division performs

More information

Halifax Health provides emergency services to all patients, without discrimination, based on clinical need and not their ability to pay.

Halifax Health provides emergency services to all patients, without discrimination, based on clinical need and not their ability to pay. Department: Patient Business Financial Services Policy Title: Financial Assistance Programs Manual Section: Adm Effective Date: Reviewed Date: 08/201, 05/02/13 Approved by: Mnemonic: PBF Type: P Revised

More information

PUBLIC SAFETY. Annual Fiscal Plan. Actual. Original

PUBLIC SAFETY. Annual Fiscal Plan. Actual. Original PUBLIC SAFETY Division of Police Description The Division responds to citizen complaints, provides patrol coverage, enforces traffic laws, investigates criminal activity, and provides educational programs

More information

Summary of Purpose and Why:

Summary of Purpose and Why: Meeting Date: Agenda Item September 8, 2015 REQUESTED COMMISSION ACTION: x Consent Ordinance x Resolution Consideration/ Discussion Presentation SHORT TITLE A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY

More information

Manual

Manual www.2-1-1helps.org Manual 1 www.211helps.org Click on FIND HELP to access 2-1-1 database 2 2-1-1 FIND HELP HOMEPAGE SEARCH METHODS: FOUR TIER SEARCH Search will find agencies that serve the county, city

More information

Mission. City Manager s Office

Mission. City Manager s Office City Manager Mission To make significant contributions to the ongoing success of the organization by providing responsible leadership and management, exceptional technology support services, direction

More information

SUBMISSION AND RECOVERY OF PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIMS

SUBMISSION AND RECOVERY OF PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIMS Approved: Effective: September 19, 2012 Office of the General Counsel Topic No.: 225-085-002-c Department of Transportation PURPOSE: SUBMISSION AND RECOVERY OF PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIMS To establish a process

More information

Presentation to the 2015 Health and Human Services Joint Appropriation Subcommittee

Presentation to the 2015 Health and Human Services Joint Appropriation Subcommittee Presentation to the 2015 Health and Human Services Joint Appropriation Subcommittee QUALITY ASSURANCE DIVISION Operations Services Branch Department of Public Health and Human Services Reference: Legislative

More information

2014 ACMPE Exam Blueprint

2014 ACMPE Exam Blueprint 2014 ACMPE Exam Blueprint The medical practice management profession has always and will continue to evolve and change. To ensure that board certification continues to be the most effective, and contemporary

More information

State of Washington Supervisors Guide to Developing Operational Workforce Plans. Updated December 2008

State of Washington Supervisors Guide to Developing Operational Workforce Plans. Updated December 2008 State of Washington Supervisors Guide to Developing Operational Workforce Plans Updated December 2008 Table of Contents Introduction... 3 What Is Workforce Planning?... 3 Workforce Planning Strategy Areas...

More information

Long-Term Community Recovery & Mitigation

Long-Term Community Recovery & Mitigation Emergency Support Function 14 Long-Term Community Recovery & Mitigation ESF Coordinator Grays Harbor County Division of Emergency Management Primary Agencies Grays Harbor County Division of Emergency Management

More information

Ohio s Care Coordination Program A Proven Opportunity for a new way in Ohio s Medicaid Program

Ohio s Care Coordination Program A Proven Opportunity for a new way in Ohio s Medicaid Program Ohio s Care Coordination Program A Proven Opportunity for a new way in Ohio s Medicaid Program Ohio s Status Quo: The economy and reliance on one time funding has led to an $8 billion shortfall State expenditures

More information

APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR DISASTER ASSISTANCE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 5 ~ Many Sources Of FEMA Aid Available To Hurricane Wilma Victims ~

APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR DISASTER ASSISTANCE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 5 ~ Many Sources Of FEMA Aid Available To Hurricane Wilma Victims ~ State Emergency Response Team Joint Information Center Orlando, Florida Disaster News Dec. 16, 2005 DR-1609-NR-046 FEMA/Florida News Desk: 407-858-6207 State EOC Public Information: 850-413-9969 SBA News

More information

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES JLBC - Executive Comparison

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES JLBC - Executive Comparison DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES JLBC - Executive Comparison JLBC EXECUTIVE Total Appropriations FY 2005 FY 2005 $365.0 M GF $361.1 M GF $65.6 M OF $37.1 M OF $47.7 M GF above FY 2004, or 15.0% $43.8 M GF

More information

Marion County Public Works

Marion County Public Works Marion County Public Works Federally Funded Transportation Program Title VI Annual Accomplishment Report Fiscal Year 2014/15 Marion County Public Works Department Introduction The Marion County Department

More information

Fire Department Guide. Creating and Maintaining Business Continuity Plans (BCP)

Fire Department Guide. Creating and Maintaining Business Continuity Plans (BCP) Fire Department Guide Creating and Maintaining Business Continuity Plans (BCP) Business Continuity Planning Components Index: Introduction Getting Started Section 1 1. Assign departmental business continuity

More information

John Keel, CPA State Auditor Medicaid Fraud Control Activities at the Office of the Attorney General

John Keel, CPA State Auditor Medicaid Fraud Control Activities at the Office of the Attorney General John Keel, CPA State Auditor An Audit Report on Medicaid Fraud Control Activities at the Office of the Attorney General Report No. 08-040 An Audit Report on Medicaid Fraud Control Activities at the Office

More information

Respectfully submit the Minutes of the December 7, 2010 Cabinet Meeting.

Respectfully submit the Minutes of the December 7, 2010 Cabinet Meeting. AGENDA FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT March 9, 2011 Attachments to the items below can be viewed at the following link: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/content/getdoc/b2d2beb1-8be5-4fae-81bd-df25a3dab70d/test-home.aspx

More information

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE TO H.B. 106 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE TO H.B. 106 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT CONFERENCE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE TO H.B. 106 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT To make and provide appropriations for the State Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2013, and ending June 30, 2014; to make and provide

More information

DJJ Should Monitor Network and PACE Administrative Services and Revise Policies to Serve Appropriate Youth

DJJ Should Monitor Network and PACE Administrative Services and Revise Policies to Serve Appropriate Youth January 2009 Report No. 09-01 DJJ Should Monitor Network and PACE Administrative Services and Revise Policies to Serve Appropriate Youth at a glance The Florida Network of Youth and Family Services (the

More information

RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FY 2002-2003 WORK PLAN - OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES

RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FY 2002-2003 WORK PLAN - OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FY 2002-2003 WORK PLAN - OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES I. Program Name and Description: The was created and expanded in 1996 by executive order of the

More information

NASCIO. Improving State

NASCIO. Improving State NASCIO 2011 Nomination Submission Improving State Operations Initiative The State of Tennessee Project Edison, State of Tennessee s ERP solution Project Manager: Stephanie Dedmon 1 Executive Summary The

More information

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES FOR ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY & REHAB. ASSOCIATES, P.C.

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES FOR ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY & REHAB. ASSOCIATES, P.C. NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES FOR ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY & REHAB. ASSOCIATES, P.C. Effective date: April 14, 2003 THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW TO

More information

Subsequent Injury Fund

Subsequent Injury Fund Audit Report Subsequent Injury Fund September 2011 OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE AUDITS DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY This report and any related follow-up correspondence are available

More information

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE (CAJE)

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE (CAJE) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OFFICE (CAJE) (1) Provides leadership and coordination in the development and administration of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) financial management policies;

More information

Human Resources and Organizational Services

Human Resources and Organizational Services Human Resources and Organizational Services Martha Wilson - Director FY 13/14 FY 14/15 Adopted CAO 101-0300 Budget Recommended Change EXPENDITURES Salaries and Benefits 817,457 927,591 110,134 Services

More information

Westchester County Department of Social Services. 2009 Budget Presentation November 18, 2008

Westchester County Department of Social Services. 2009 Budget Presentation November 18, 2008 Westchester County Department of Social Services 2009 Budget Presentation November 18, 2008 Kevin P. Mahon Commissioner 11/12/08 Mission Westchester County Department of Social Services 2009 Proposed Budget

More information

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Michael A. Ramos

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Michael A. Ramos 250 District Attorney DISTRICT ATTORNEY Michael A. Ramos DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT The San Bernardino County District Attorney s Office represents the interests of the people in the criminal justice

More information

Treasury Franchise Fund. FY 2014 Capital Investment Plan

Treasury Franchise Fund. FY 2014 Capital Investment Plan Treasury Franchise Fund FY 2014 Capital Investment Plan Summary of Capital Investments for Shared Services Program (SSP) This information is included in the Salaries and Expenses chapter of the Departmental

More information

GENERAL FUND TAX SUPPORT 97% 97%

GENERAL FUND TAX SUPPORT 97% 97% HUMAN RESOURCES The Human Resources Department provides a central personnel servicing function for the following Appointing Authorities: Board of County Commissioners, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Property

More information

511 Tampa Bay. www.511tampabay.com WINNER. 2005 Best of ITS Award Best Public Private Partnership Awarded by ITS America on May 2, 2005

511 Tampa Bay. www.511tampabay.com WINNER. 2005 Best of ITS Award Best Public Private Partnership Awarded by ITS America on May 2, 2005 Tampa Bay SunGuide District Seven s Future in Intelligent Transportation Systems Presented at: FACERS June 22, 2005 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay SunGuide Freeway 511 System Management System Covers 750 miles of

More information

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Funding Highlights: Provides $39.5 billion, a decrease of 0.5 percent or $191 million, below the 2012 enacted level. The Budget continues strong investments in core homeland

More information

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONAL SERVICES. FY2013 Annual Report

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONAL SERVICES. FY2013 Annual Report DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONAL SERVICES CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION BOARD FY2013 Annual Report March 12, 2014 Governor Martin O Malley Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown Secretary Gregg Hershberger

More information

ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS: USING BANK SETTLEMENT FUNDS FOR FLORIDA S HOUSING PROGRAMS

ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS: USING BANK SETTLEMENT FUNDS FOR FLORIDA S HOUSING PROGRAMS ECONOMIC IMPACT ANALYSIS: USING BANK SETTLEMENT FUNDS FOR FLORIDA S HOUSING PROGRAMS I. SUMMARY ANALYSIS: A mortgage related fraud lawsuit filed by Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, the Federal Government

More information

Medicaid and Public Assistance Fraud Strike Force

Medicaid and Public Assistance Fraud Strike Force Medicaid and Public Assistance Fraud Strike Force Minutes of February 25, 2011 The Capitol, Room 301C Tallahassee, Florida Call to Order The first meeting of the Medicaid and Public Assistance Fraud Strike

More information

LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW AND QUESTIONNAIRE

LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW AND QUESTIONNAIRE LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW AND QUESTIONNAIRE The Comptroller s Economic Development and Analysis (EDA) Division provides education and direct assistance to local governments, helping

More information

CLERK & COMPTROLLER PALM BEACH COUNTY GUARDIANSHIP REVIEW

CLERK & COMPTROLLER PALM BEACH COUNTY GUARDIANSHIP REVIEW CLERK & COMPTROLLER PALM BEACH COUNTY GUARDIANSHIP REVIEW Division of Inspector General Audit Services Unit September 17, 2009 Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Background... 1 Scope and Methodology...

More information

CHEMICAL ADDICTIONS RECOVERY EFFORT, INC. ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30, 2010

CHEMICAL ADDICTIONS RECOVERY EFFORT, INC. ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30, 2010 CHEMICAL ADDICTIONS RECOVERY EFFORT, INC. ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30, 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR=S REPORT 1 STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION 3 STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES 4 STATEMENTS

More information

Law Enforcement Consolidation Task Force INVESTIGATIONS TEAM REPORT

Law Enforcement Consolidation Task Force INVESTIGATIONS TEAM REPORT Law Enforcement Consolidation Task Force INVESTIGATIONS TEAM REPORT OCTOBER 2011 October 2011 CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 1 BACKGROUND... 3 MISSION STATEMENTS... 4 MAJOR LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNCTIONS...

More information

Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer

Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Steven K. Bordin, Chief Probation Officer Probation Department Summary Mission Statement The mission of the Probation Department is prevention, intervention, education, and suppression service delivery

More information

Positions on Issues. League of Women Voters of San Diego County

Positions on Issues. League of Women Voters of San Diego County Positions on Issues League of Women Voters of San Diego County INTRODUCTION LWV of San Diego County has taken the following positions after study, member education and consensus. LWV can take action on

More information

Emergency Solutions Grants Program. Eligible Expense Guide

Emergency Solutions Grants Program. Eligible Expense Guide Emergency Solutions Grants Program Eligible Expense Guide State of West Virginia Office of Economic Opportunity 2015 Table of Contents 1. Street Outreach 1.1 Engagement.2 1.2 Case Management.2 1.3 Emergency

More information

CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS / BACKGROUND CHECKS FACT SHEET JULY 7, 2011

CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS / BACKGROUND CHECKS FACT SHEET JULY 7, 2011 Definitions: CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORD CHECKS / BACKGROUND CHECKS FACT SHEET JULY 7, 2011 Criminal History Record Check: The term background check is often used interchangeably with criminal history check

More information

Table of Contents. Transmittal Letter... 1. Executive Summary... 2. Background... 3-8. Objectives and Approach... 9-10. Issues Matrix...

Table of Contents. Transmittal Letter... 1. Executive Summary... 2. Background... 3-8. Objectives and Approach... 9-10. Issues Matrix... Internal Audit Committee of Brevard, Florida Internal Audit of Central Fleet Services Prepared By: January 4, 2013 Table of Contents Transmittal Letter... 1 Executive Summary... 2 Background... 3-8 Objectives

More information

41100 - Department of Justice 01-Legal Services Division

41100 - Department of Justice 01-Legal Services Division Program Comparison The following table summarizes the total Legislative budget by year, type of expenditure, and source of funding. Program Comparison Base Approp. Legislative Legislative Biennium Biennium

More information

Table of Contents 2016-17 Biennial Budget Revenue, Department of

Table of Contents 2016-17 Biennial Budget Revenue, Department of Table of Contents 2016-17 Biennial Budget Revenue, Department of Agency Profile Revenue, Department of... 1 Tax System Management... 3 Debt Collection... 6 Minnesota Department of Revenue www.revenue.state.mn.us

More information

Madison County, Ohio SHERIFF 2005 Report

Madison County, Ohio SHERIFF 2005 Report Madison County, Ohio SHERIFF 2005 Report The Office of Sheriff is statutory in Ohio, created by Section 311.01 of the Ohio Revised Code. The Sheriff in each county holds public office and is elected once

More information

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Office of Inspector General

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Office of Inspector General OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL Inspector General Julie M. Leftheris, CPA Motor Carrier Safety June 28, 2013 Assistance Program Grant Audit Report 201213-11 Executive Summary The U.S. Department of Transportation

More information

State Plan for Title XIX Attachment 1.2-B State of Alaska Page11 ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DIVISION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM UNDER TITLE XIX OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT The

More information

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANTS PROGRAM (ESG) ELIGIBLE EXPENSE GUIDE

EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANTS PROGRAM (ESG) ELIGIBLE EXPENSE GUIDE EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANTS PROGRAM (ESG) ELIGIBLE EXPENSE GUIDE DECEMBER 2012 STATE OF CALIFORNIA EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT ELIGIBLE EXPENSES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIVISION OF

More information

COMMUNITY SERVICES 238 HUMAN SERVICES. Mission Statement. Mandates. Expenditure Budget: $37,580,036 30.7% of Human Services

COMMUNITY SERVICES 238 HUMAN SERVICES. Mission Statement. Mandates. Expenditure Budget: $37,580,036 30.7% of Human Services Mission Statement We are committed to improving the quality of life for people with or at risk of developing mental disabilities and substance abuse problems and to preventing the occurrences of these

More information

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Regulatory Services

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Regulatory Services Audit Report Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Regulatory Services November 2011 OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE AUDITS DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY This report and any related

More information

REPORT NO. 2011-025 OCTOBER 2010 VALENCIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Operational Audit

REPORT NO. 2011-025 OCTOBER 2010 VALENCIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Operational Audit REPORT NO. 2011-025 OCTOBER 2010 VALENCIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Operational Audit BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND PRESIDENT Members of the Board of Trustees and President who served during the 2009-10 fiscal year are

More information

Houston Community College Transforms IT Systems to Improve Service and Efficiency

Houston Community College Transforms IT Systems to Improve Service and Efficiency Houston Community College Transforms IT Systems to Improve Service and Efficiency Houston Community College Houston, TX www.hccs.edu Industry: Education & Research Annual Revenue: US$255 million Employees:

More information

DOUGLAS COUNTY GOVERNMENT Salary Publication June 2015

DOUGLAS COUNTY GOVERNMENT Salary Publication June 2015 DOUGLAS COUNTY GOVERNMENT Salary Publication June 2015 Position Title Wages 4-H Administrative Support Specialist 3,301.74 911 Data Specialist 5,169.36 ACA Coordinator 4,095.00 Academy Admin Secretary

More information

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Community and Public Health Administration

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Community and Public Health Administration Audit Report Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Community and Public Health Administration January 2002 This report and any related follow-up correspondence are available to the public. Alternate

More information

Table of Contents. Why Are Changes Being Made to Florida s Medicaid Program?... 3. What Is Managed Care?... 3

Table of Contents. Why Are Changes Being Made to Florida s Medicaid Program?... 3. What Is Managed Care?... 3 Table of Contents Why Are Changes Being Made to Florida s Medicaid Program?... 3 What Is Managed Care?... 3 When Will These Changes to Florida Medicaid Occur?... 3 What Is the Goal of the Florida Managed

More information

Senate Bill No. 38 Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security

Senate Bill No. 38 Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security Senate Bill No. 38 Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security CHAPTER... AN ACT relating to criminal records; creating the Records and Technology Division of the Department of Public Safety; enumerating

More information

RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Internal Audit Department

RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Internal Audit Department RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Internal Audit Department June 2013 Internal Audit Department Analyzes Risk and Prioritizes Audit Work About This Report Professional auditing standards require the County Auditor

More information

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION

WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION Enabling Laws Act 236 of 214 Constitution of Arkansas Amendment 7 Constitution of Arkansas Amendment 26 History and Organization Workers' compensation insurance is directed

More information

FLORIDA STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT CONSOLIDATION TASK FORCE

FLORIDA STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT CONSOLIDATION TASK FORCE FLORIDA STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT CONSOLIDATION TASK FORCE This form is intended to provide all task force members with basic knowledge regarding the law enforcement mission, structure and operations of stakeholder

More information

TRANSFER SUMMARY JUNE 02, 2010 THROUGH NOVEMBER 05, 2010

TRANSFER SUMMARY JUNE 02, 2010 THROUGH NOVEMBER 05, 2010 JB2010268 07/01/2010 HUMAN SERVICES $2,821,056 Transferred $60,000 of federal fund expenditure authority to other fund expenditure authority within Services to the Blind and Visually Impaired. Transferred

More information

North Carolina Government Data Analytics Center

North Carolina Government Data Analytics Center North Carolina Government Data Analytics Center Report to the Chairs of the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee Chairs of the Senate Based Budget/Appropriations Committee Joint Legislative

More information

Technology Resource Planning

Technology Resource Planning Technology Resource Planning Part 1: Technology Assessment Summary The Department is dedicated to modernizing and expanding its current information technology function. An independent assessment of the

More information

Western Climate Initiative, Inc. Accounting Policies and Procedures

Western Climate Initiative, Inc. Accounting Policies and Procedures Western Climate Initiative, Inc. Accounting Policies and Procedures Adopted May 8, 2013 WESTERN CLIMATE INITIATIVE, INC ACCOUNTING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Adopted May 8, 2013 Table of Contents I. Introduction...

More information

Strategic Plan Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 2013 June 30, 2017

Strategic Plan Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 2013 June 30, 2017 Idaho Industrial Commission Strategic Plan Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 2013 June 30, 2017 Thomas E. Limbaugh, Chairman Thomas P. Baskin, Commissioner R.D. Maynard, Commissioner July 1, 2012 I n d u s

More information