Dec 21, 2015, 15:09 ET from U.S. Census Bureau

Census Bureau Releases 2014 Annual Survey of Public Employment & Payroll Data

WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The U.S. Census Bureau today released statistics from the 2014Annual Survey of Public Employment & Payroll, which provides a comprehensive look at the number of state and local government civilian employees and their gross payrolls. The survey is the only data source that specifies employment by government function for state and local governments; some of these functions include education, police protection, hospitals, corrections and natural resources.

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October 2015, by Cherrystone Management Consultants, Inc. in conjunction with Internet Coast

Florida Innovation Highlights – Facts About Florida’s High Tech Workforce


More people are employed in science, technology, engineering and math jobs in Florida than in tech-intensive states such as Massachusetts, North Carolina, Virginia and Washington.

But Florida’s STEM employment growth has not kept pace with non-STEM job creation

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May 2014, by Integrity In Education

Report: Charter School Vulnerabilities to Waste, Fraud & Abuse

Release: “A new report released today reveals that fraudulent charter operators in 15 states are responsible for losing, misusing or wasting over $100 million in taxpayer money.”

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March 19, 2014, by the American Federation of Teachers

Ranking Asset Managers

A Retirement Securities Report on Money Managers For Pension Fund Trustees. 2nd Edition (2014)

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February 2014, written by Drs. James Dewey, David Denslow and their colleagues at the University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR)

Tougher Choices: Shaping Florida’s Future

Published by the LeRoy Collins Institute, this report examines the past and predicts a future in state revenues, demographics, the Florida Retirement System, K-12 education, higher education and infrastructure (particularly transportation).

A detailed overview, background, current state and prognosis of the Florida Retirement System is provided in Section 4.   We encourage all in the FRS to take a few minutes to read this section.

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Facilitated by the Florida Fraternal Order of Police

January 2013, by: Florida Public Pension Coalition – Fraternal Order of Police, Florida AFL-CIO, FPFF, FEA, AFSCME

The Facts About Florida’s Public Retirement Plans


Retirement plans for state and local government workers affect millions of Floridians and boost the state economy.  These plans directly impact about 1.2 million current or former public employees in Florida and millions of their dependents and other family members.  In addition, tens of thousands of Florida businesses benefit each day when retirees spend their retirement checks on goods and services in every community in Florida.

These vital benefits are provided through the Florida Retirement System and almost 500 local government retirement plans.

The Facts About Florida’s Public Retirement Plans is designed to help policymakers, business owners, and other Floridians understand how these public retirement plans work for the people and economy of our state.

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