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The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title XIX
PUBLIC BUSINESS
Chapter 283
PUBLIC PRINTING
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Section 283.31, Florida Statutes 2009

283.31  Records of executive agency publications.--Each agency shall maintain a record of any publication, as defined in s. 257.05, the printing of which costs in excess of the threshold amount provided in s. 287.017 for CATEGORY THREE, at least part of which is paid for by state funds appropriated by the Legislature. Such record shall also contain the following: written justification of the need for such publication, purpose of such publication, legislative or administrative authority, sources of funding, frequency and number of issues, and reasons for deciding to have the publication printed in-house, by another agency or the Legislature, or purchased on bid. In addition, such record shall contain the comparative costs of alternative printing methods when such costs were a factor in deciding upon a method. The record of the corporation operating the correctional industry printing program shall include the cost of materials used, the cost of labor, the cost of overhead, the amount of profit made by the corporation for such printing, and whether the state agencies that contract with the corporation for printing are prudently determining the price paid for such printing.

History.--ss. 1, 6, ch. 83-252; s. 31, ch. 84-254; ss. 1, 4, ch. 88-32; ss. 3, 44, ch. 90-335; s. 17, ch. 95-143; s. 16, ch. 99-333; s. 9, ch. 2006-111.

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