OPPAGAOffice of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (Florida)
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OPPAGA would be required to submit its findings to the governor, the Senate president, the speaker of the House, the Supreme Court chief justice, the majority and minority leaders of each legislative chamber, and provide annual updates.
This is in accordance with findings from OPPAGA, which revealed that 98% of 2007 Florida high school graduates participated in dual enrollment and consequently qualified for college credit (Barrett & Sikes, 2008).
08-544-5 (2008), http://www.opp aga.state.fl.us/Reports/pdf/0854rpt.pdf [hereinafter OPPAGA REPORT NO.
(135) After acknowledging the issue facing the agency, the OPPAGA
The OPPAGA study currently underway may identify the real effect of public adjuster activities upon the insurance industry.
OPPAGA posed two questions: How does Florida's system for acquiring and distributing textbooks compare to those used by other states?
The area has the lowest tax base of the state (OPPAGA, 1994: p.
While OPPAGA has consistently pushed agencies to focus on outcomes, staff and legislators have varied according to what types of measures they believe are important.
These rates match up with findings from OPPAGA, which indicate that 48% and 98% of 2007 Florida high school graduates respectively qualified for college credit from AP and dual enrollment (Barrett & Sikes, 2008).
The Office of Program Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA), an office of the Florida Legislature, reports on the implementation by Florida's Division of Community Colleges of OPPAGA's recommendations in a 1999 report.
It's too early to tell, but school districts may have a new weapon - courtesy of the Florida Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA) - in their constant contest with recalcitrant taxpayers.
"There was an OPPAGA (Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability) study done that demonstrated that those programs were very cost effective for the state and so the Legislature has continued the funding," Goodner said.