Admin acknowledges the importance of transparency and accountability in building trust with our stakeholders. Accordingly, this page is dedicated to building this trust by providing copies of the various reports the agency is required to submit annually. Admin's goal is to provide the public with easily obtainable information to increase the public's trust in its government.
Accountability Report – FY 2019-20
Proviso 117.29 of the FY 2016-17 Appropriations Act directs each state agency to prepare an annual accountability report in accordance with the guidelines published by the Executive Budget Office. The annual accountability report has both retrospective and prospective components in which agencies discuss their accomplishments and expenditures from the previous fiscal year and their goals and objectives for the upcoming fiscal year.
Fines and Fees Report – FY 2020
Proviso 117.74 of the FY 2016-17 Appropriations Act directs each state agency to report all aggregate amounts of fines and fees that were charged and collected by the agency in the previous fiscal year. Per proviso, the report includes: 1) statute, regulation, or proviso granting the authority to charge, collect, or receive the fee or fine; 2) amount of the fee or fine; 3) amount received by source; 4) agency's purposed use of the fee or fine; 5) amount, if any, transferred to the general fund of the state; and 6) amount, if any, transferred to any other entity.
First Responder Interoperability Report (Palmetto 800) – FY 2019-20
Proviso 93.22 of the FY 2016-17 Appropriations Act directs the Department of Administration (Admin) to administer and coordinate First Responder Interoperability operations for the statewide Palmetto 800 radio system to better coordinate public safety disaster responses and communications. Per proviso, the Admin must provide a report on the status of the integration of the statewide Palmetto 800 radio system annually. The report includes a listing of entities not integrated into the system as of the close of the previous fiscal year and the reason they are not integrated.