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Title XIV
TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 215
FINANCIAL MATTERS: GENERAL PROVISIONS
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F.S. 215.94
215.94 Designation, duties, and responsibilities of functional owners.
(1) The Executive Office of the Governor shall be the functional owner of the Planning and Budgeting Subsystem, which shall be designed, implemented, and operated in accordance with the provisions of ss. 215.90-215.96 and chapter 216. The Planning and Budgeting Subsystem shall include, but shall not be limited to, functions for:
(a) Development and preparation of agency and judicial branch budget requests.
(b) Analysis and evaluation of agency and judicial branch budget requests and alternatives.
(c) Controlling and tracking the allocation of appropriations, approved budget, and releases.
(d) Performance-based program budgeting compliance evaluations, as provided in the legislative budget instructions pursuant to s. 216.023(3).
(2) The Department of Financial Services shall be the functional owner of the Florida Accounting Information Resource Subsystem established pursuant to ss. 17.03, 215.86, 216.141, and 216.151 and further developed in accordance with the provisions of ss. 215.90-215.96. The subsystem shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following functions:
(a) Accounting and reporting so as to provide timely data for producing financial statements for the state in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
(b) Auditing and settling claims against the state.
(3) The Chief Financial Officer shall be the functional owner of the Cash Management Subsystem. The Chief Financial Officer shall design, implement, and operate the subsystem in accordance with the provisions of ss. 215.90-215.96. The subsystem shall include, but shall not be limited to, functions for:
(a) Recording and reconciling credits and debits to treasury fund accounts.
(b) Monitoring cash levels and activities in state bank accounts.
(c) Monitoring short-term investments of idle cash.
(d) Administering the provisions of the Federal Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990.
(4) The Department of Management Services shall be the functional owner of the Purchasing Subsystem. The department shall design, implement, and operate the subsystem in accordance with the provisions of ss. 215.90-215.96. The subsystem shall include, but shall not be limited to, functions for commodity and service procurement.
(5) The Department of Management Services shall be the functional owner of the Personnel Information System. The department shall ensure that the system is designed, implemented, and operated in accordance with the provisions of ss. 110.116 and 215.90-215.96. The department may contract with a vendor to provide the system and services required of the Personnel Information System. The subsystem shall include, but shall not be limited to, functions for:
(a) Maintenance of employee and position data, including funding sources and percentages and salary lapse. The employee data shall include, but not be limited to, information to meet the payroll system requirements of the Department of Financial Services and to meet the employee benefit system requirements of the Department of Management Services.
(b) Recruitment and selection.
(c) Time and leave reporting.
(d) Collective bargaining.
(6)(a) Consistent with the provisions of s. 215.86, the respective functional owner of each information subsystem shall be responsible for ensuring that:
1. The accounting information produced by the information subsystem adheres to generally accepted accounting principles.
2. The information subsystem contains the necessary controls to maintain its integrity, within acceptable limits and at an acceptable cost.
3. The information subsystem is auditable.
(b) The Auditor General shall be advised by the functional owner of each information subsystem as to the date that the development or significant modification of its functional system specifications is to begin. The Auditor General shall provide technical advice, as allowed by professional auditing standards, on specific issues relating to the design, implementation, and operation of each information subsystem.
(7) The Auditor General shall provide to the board and the coordinating council the findings and recommendations of any audit regarding the provisions of ss. 215.90-215.96.
History.s. 1, ch. 80-45; s. 30, ch. 92-142; ss. 85, 154, ch. 92-279; s. 55, ch. 92-326; s. 23, ch. 97-286; s. 100, ch. 99-255; s. 56, ch. 2001-266; s. 17, ch. 2003-138; s. 231, ch. 2003-261; s. 10, ch. 2005-152.