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  • Good Afternoon Mr. Chairman and Committee Members.
  • Federal single audits from clearinghouse, also on file with auditor general used to fill in gaps as necessary CFDA Numbers allowed to identify eligibility, through applicant eligibility index Relate to Steve’s report, this is a subset of grants to state and local governments This is a unique data set, not available elsewhere
  • FEMA Effect is comprised of two grants, the hazard mitigation grant and public assistance grants offered in the case of presidentially declared disasters
  • Transcript

    • 1. Florida Impact Fee Review Task Force Rip Colvin, Executive Director Florida Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations (LCIR) May 29, 2009 LCIR Update at the FCCMA Annual Conference
    • 2.
      • Overview of Presentation
      • Membership
      • Purpose
      • Annual Reports
      • Website
      • Recent and Current Interim Projects
      • Federal Grants to Florida’s Local Governments
      • Federal Focus Newsletters
      • Local Government Financial Reporting Requirements
    • 3. LCIR Overview - Membership
      • Committee is composed of 15 members
      • 8 Legislative appointments
        • Senator Anthony C. “Tony” Hill (Chairman)
        • Senator Nancy Detert
        • Senator Mike Haridopolos
        • Senator Frederica Wilson
        • Representative James C. Frishe (Vice-Chair)
        • Representative Charles C. Chestnut, IV
        • Representative Brad Drake
        • Representative Mike Horner
      • 7 Gubernatorial appointments
        • Mayor Fred Costello, City of Ormond Beach
        • Commissioner Michael McLean, Seminole County
        • Bill Montford, CEO, Florida Association of District School Superintendents
        • Tom Pelham, Secretary, Department of Community Affairs
        • Councilman Herb Polson, City of St. Petersburg
        • Lisa Saliba, Policy Coordinator, Governor’s Office of Policy and Budget
        • Commissioner Cyndi Stevenson, St. Johns County
    • 4. LCIR Overview - Purpose
      • To serve as a forum for the study and discussion of intergovernmental problems.
      • To evaluate the interrelationships among federal, state, regional, and local entities in the provision of services.
      • To analyze the structure, functions, revenue requirements, and fiscal policies of the state and its political subdivisions.
      • To examine proposed and existing federal and state programs.
      • To review the research and recommendations of national commissions studying local government relationships and problems.
      • To analyze the fiscal impact of new or modified state programs on municipalities and counties.
    • 5. LCIR Overview – How Is Purpose Fulfilled?
      • By conducting policy research on a variety on issues.
        • Constitutional initiatives and referenda
        • Dock and marina permitting
        • Emergency, Management, Preparedness & Assistance Fund
        • Federal funding to Florida
        • Local government fiscal capacity and formation issues
        • Natural disaster preparedness, response, and recovery
        • State, regional, and local planning
        • State revenue sharing programs
        • State rural and urban policy
      • By reporting its findings and recommendations to the presiding officers of the Legislature and the Governor.
      • By presenting committee work products to stakeholders.
      • FAXNETs.
    • 6. LCIR Overview – Annual Reports
      • Local Government Financial Information Handbook describes the major local government revenue sources and local option taxes; provides the upcoming fiscal year estimates.
      • Intergovernmental Impact Report summarizes the mandates and measures affecting local government fiscal capacity that were authorized during the most recent legislative session.
      • Review of Federal Funds to Florida provides a review and analysis of federal financial assistance to the state.
      • Salaries of County Constitutional Officers and Elected School District Officials provides finalized salary figures for the upcoming fiscal year.
    • 7. Local Government Financial Information Handbook
      • A reference document describing most of the revenue sources available to local governments.
      • It contains relevant information useful for local government budgeting purposes, including descriptions of revenue sources, estimated revenue distributions, and population estimates.
      • New for this year—Local Government Financial Reporting Requirements.
      • It is prepared, published, and distributed annually by the LCIR with technical assistance provided by the Department of Revenue’s Office of Tax Research.
    • 8. Handbook - Who Does What?
      • DOR
        • Prepares the estimated revenue distributions of state-shared revenues and local option taxes.
        • Furnishes data used by LCIR staff to prepare or update several data tables.
      • LCIR
        • Updates the written descriptions of the various local government revenue sources, including the summarization of relevant changes to general law provisions affecting those sources.
        • Formats the data tables furnished by the DOR and prepares other accompanying data tables.
        • Coordinates the report’s printing, maintains the report’s mailing lists, and prepares the reports for mass mailing.
    • 9. www.floridalcir.gov - Overview
    • 10. www.floridalcir.gov/reports.cfm
    • 11. www.floridalcir.gov/dataaz.cfm
    • 12. www.floridalcir.gov/revenue_estimates.cfm
    • 13. LCIR Overview – Recent Interim Projects
      • Consolidation Models for Florida’s Local Governments
      • Local Government Financial Reporting Requirements
      • Federal Grants to Florida’s Local Governments
      • High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Grants to Florida’s Local Governments
      • Analysis of Historical Changes in County and Municipal Revenues and Expenditures – Part I
      • Intergovernmental Coordination: Florida’s Efforts in Waste Disposal, Processing and Recycling
    • 14. LCIR Overview – Tentative Interim Projects
      • Federal Focus Newsletters
      • Review and Consideration of Consolidation Models for Florida’s Local Governments
      • Update of Federal Grants to Florida’s Local Governments
      • Analysis of Historical Changes in County and Municipal Revenues and Expenditures
      • Intergovernmental Coordination: Florida’s Efforts in Waste Disposal, Processing and Recycling
      • Study on Professional Standards for County Emergency Management Directors in the State of Florida
    • 15. Florida Impact Fee Review Task Force Federal Grants to Florida’s Local Governments
    • 16.
      • Examines federal grants to local governments
      • Update expands sample of grants and local governments
        • Total Expenditures over $4.2 billion for fiscal year 2007
      • Allow local governments to compare performance to peers
    • 17.
      • Grants provided by federal government since nation’s birth
      • Financial sources decreasing
      • Responsibility shifts to local governments
      • Major change in grants realm
      • Most significant: www.Grants.gov
    • 18. www.grants.gov
    • 19. http://www.grants.gov/aboutgrants/about_grants_gov.jsp
    • 20. http://www.grants.gov/applicants/app_help_reso.jsp
    • 21. http://www.grants.gov/applicants/get_registered.jsp
    • 22. http://www.grants.gov/applicants/organization_registration.jsp
    • 23.
      • Register with www.Grants.gov
      • Give feedback to www.Grants.gov
      • Conduct self-analysis of grant performance
      • Invest in cost-benefit analysis of grant writer on staff
      • Establish rapport with granting agency
      • Collaborate with others
      • Work with others on funding formulas
      • Pursue state and local funds
      • Communicate with other levels of government
      • Enlist aid from Congressional members
      • Examine status of DEP’s Single Point of Contact
      Recommendations
    • 24. Data Collection Process
      • Report Sample: Counties and Municipalities
      • Update Sample: Counties, Municipalities and School Districts
      • Merged available data on Expenditures and Eligibility
        • Expenditure Data; Federal Audit Clearinghouse
          • Only includes local governments that spent more than $500,000 ($300,000 up to Fiscal Year 2003)
        • Eligibility Data; Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
          • Includes all programs specifically identified as grants
    • 25. Report Findings
      • “ FEMA Effect” caused spike in expenditures
        • Fiscal years 2004 to 2006
      • Larger local governments spent more in total
      • Smaller local governments spent more per capita
    • 26. “ FEMA Effect ”
    • 27. Grant Expenditures Sorted by Type of Local Government
    • 28. Grant Expenditures Sorted by Agency
    • 29. School District Expenditures: Top 10 County Enrollment Enrollment Rank Grant Expenditures Miami-Dade 353,783 1 $412,827,240 Hillsborough 193,480 3 $246,555,530 Broward 262,726 2 $213,604,088 Orange 175,155 4 $142,865,391 Palm Beach 171,429 5 $138,796,410 Duval 125,171 6 $111,622,352 Pinellas 109,880 7 $99,286,068 Polk 92,873 8 $68,905,672 Lee 78,980 9 $57,789,131 Brevard 74,791 10 $52,596,624
    • 30. School District Expenditures: Top 10 Per Capita School District Enrollment Enrollment Rank Grant Expenditures Per Student Washington 3,565 53 $4,066 Gadsden 6,650 45 $2,084 Jefferson 1,220 66 $1,961 Lafayette 1,074 67 $1,910 Taylor 3,420 54 $1,719 Madison 2,935 56 $1,692 Putnam 12,101 36 $1,683 Hamilton 2,036 62 $1,629 Franklin 1,317 64 $1,524 Hendry 7,463 40 $1,480
    • 31. County Grant Expenditures: Top 10 County Population Population Rank Grant Expenditures Miami-Dade 2,462,292 1 $350,067,207 Broward 1,765,707 2 $95,009,902 Hillsborough 1,192,861 4 $91,051,232 Palm Beach 1,295,033 3 $72,724,879 Orange 1,105,603 5 $52,980,047 Pinellas 944,199 6 $48,743,164 Collier 333,858 15 $34,739,540 Escambia 311,775 18 $27,451,508 Volusia 508,014 11 $26,022,597 Lee 615,741 8 $25,979,862
    • 32. County Grant Expenditures: Top 10 Per Capita County Population Population Rank Grant Expenditures Per Capita Calhoun 14,477 63 $677.64 Monroe 78,987 37 $259.38 Hardee 27,520 51 $245.46 De Soto 33,983 48 $160.02 Miami-Dade 2,462,292 1 $142.17 Franklin 12,249 64 $140.22 Jefferson 14,494 62 $121.97 Collier 333,858 15 $104.05 Martin 143,737 30 $98.86 Escambia 311,775 18 $88.05
    • 33. Municipal Expenditures: Top 10 Municipality County Population Population Rank Grant Expenditures Jacksonville Duval 852,450 1 $74,274,192 Fort Lauderdale Broward 179,971 7 $57,895,167 Fort Myers Lee 67,851 32 $53,797,010 Miami Miami-Dade 395,434 2 $53,701,615 Tampa Hillsborough 336,264 3 $43,453,487 Orlando Orange 228,765 5 $34,076,254 Plant City Hillsborough 33,277 75 $33,888,585 Saint Cloud Osceola 30,634 80 $28,944,319 Pensacola Escambia 55,024 46 $28,574,939 Sanford Seminole 53,099 50 $21,304,526
    • 34. Municipal Expenditures: Top 10 Per Capita Municipality County Population Population Rank Grant Expenditures Per Capita Webster Sumter 777 343 $8,636.90 Grand Ridge Jackson 913 335 $5,655.28 Greensboro Gadsden 634 362 $4,429.97 Sopchoppy Wakulla 418 377 $4,320.67 Marianna Jackson 6,531 191 $2,711.24 Chipley Washington 3,679 237 $1,949.25 Treasure Island Pinellas 7,597 177 $1,650.44 Everglades Collier 643 358 $1,399.38 Flagler Beach Flagler/Volusia 5,477 210 $1,053.38 Plant City Hillsborough 33,277 75 $1,018.38
    • 35. http://www.floridalcir.gov/localgovtgrantsdata.cfm
    • 36.
    • 37.
    • 38.
    • 39. Contact Information
      • Website : www.floridalcir.gov
      • FY 2005 Spreadsheet; http://www.floridalcir.gov/UserContent/docs/File/data/05grantsmat.xls
      •   FY 2006 Spreadsheet; http://www.floridalcir.gov/UserContent/docs/File/data/06grantsmat.xlsx
      •   FY 2007 Spreadsheet; http://www.floridalcir.gov/UserContent/docs/File/data/07grantsmat.xlsx
      • Mail, Phone, and Fax :
      • Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
      • c/o Legislative Mail Services
      • Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1300
      • 850-488-9627
      • 850-487-6587 – Fax
      • Staff Contacts:
      • Carolyn Horwich, Staff Attorney: [email_address]
      • Thomas Zuehlke, Legislative Analyst: [email_address]
    • 40.
    • 41. Federal Focus Newsletters
    • 42. LCIR’s Federal Focus Newsletter
      • To view prior editions and subscribe to the periodic Federal Focus newsletter, go to:
      • www.floridalcir.gov/newsletters.cfm
      • Please direct any questions or comments about the newsletter to:
      • Lydia Mount, Senior Legislative Analyst
      • [email_address]
      • 850-488-9627
    • 43.
    • 44. Florida Impact Fee Review Task Force Part III - Local Government Financial Reporting Requirements
    • 45. Local Government Reporting Requirements
      • In order to assist local governments with meeting their statutorily and program mandated reporting requirements, LCIR staff has compiled the following charts related to:
      • Local Government Financial Reporting Requirements (Chart 1)
      • Local Government Truth-In-Millage (TRIM) Compliance Requirements (Chart 2)
    • 46. Local Government Reporting Requirements
      • Each chart lists:
        • the due date (if specified);
        • the title of the required report;
        • the statutory or Administrative Rule authority; and
        • the current contact person in state government to whom the report is submitted,
      • for each reporting requirement in a calendar format.
    • 47. Committee Contact Information
      • Website : www.floridalcir.gov
      • Mail, Phone, and Fax :
      • Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
      • c/o Legislative Mail Services
      • Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1300
      • 850-488-9627
      • 850-487-6587 – Fax
      • Staff Contact:
      • Rip Colvin, Executive Director: [email_address]
      • Cris Martinez, Staff Attorney: [email_address]
    • 48. Committee Contact Information
      • Website : www.floridalcir.gov
      • Mail, Phone, and Fax :
      • Legislative Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
      • c/o Legislative Mail Services
      • Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1300
      • 850-488-9627
      • 850-487-6587 – Fax
      • Staff Contact:
      • Rip Colvin, Executive Director
      • [email_address]