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Florida Department of Financial Services: F.A.C.T.S


Contract Information



Agency Name:

Agency Contract ID:

Long Title:

Vendor Name:

Total Contract Amount:

Total Budgetary Amount:

Total Payment To Date:

Date of Execution:

General Description:

Main Information

Agency Contract ID:

FLAIR Contract ID:

Short Title:

Long Title:

Contract Type:

Contract Status:

Date of Execution:

Date of Beginning:

Original End Date:

New Ending Date:

Agency Service Area:

Statutory Authority:

Contract Involves State or Federal Financial Assistance:

Recipient Type:

Provide for Administrative Cost:

Provide for Periodic Increase:

Procurement Information

Authorized Advanced Payment:

Method of Procurement:

State Term Contract ID:

Contract’s Exemption Justification:

Agency Reference Number:

Business Case Study Done:

Legal Challenges to Procurement:

Outsourcing / Capital Improvements

Was the Contracted Function Previously Performed by the State:

Was the Contracted Function Considered for Insourcing back to the State:

Did the Vendor Make Capital Improvements on State Property:

Budget Information

Original Contract Amount:

Total Contract Amount:

Total Recurring Budgetary Amount:

Total Non-Recurring Budgetary Amount:

Total Budgetary Amount:

Total Unfunded Amount:

Contract Change




Payments are also referred to as expenditures (creating or incurring a legal obligation to disburse money) or disbursements (the payment of expenditures). Payments include disbursements and accounting adjustments made on a contract. Payments are always positive amounts while accounting adjustments may be positive or negative depending on the type of adjustment.

Payment Details

If a payment or adjustment to a contract was made before July 1, 2012, the information may not be posted in this system.

Contract Documents

Audit results posted prior to June 30, 2012, appear in a summarized form. As of July 1, 2012, the audit reporting process was expanded to include additional questions and comments from the Bureau of Auditing. As audits are captured in electronic format, they will be posted to this system. If you are interested in seeing audit reports by Fiscal Year and Agency Action Plans, please click here to navigate to the Transparency Florida Contract Audit page.

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