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One-Stop Permitting System Grant Program.
One-Stop Permitting System Grant Program.—
There is created within the 2State Technology Office the One-Stop Permitting System Grant Program. The purpose of the grant program is to encourage counties to coordinate and integrate the development of the county’s permitting process with the One-Stop Permitting System. The office shall review grant applications and, subject to available funds, if a county is certified as a Quick Permitting County under s. 288.1093, shall award a grant of up to $50,000 to provide for such integration. The office must review a grant application for consistency with the purpose of the One-Stop Permitting System to provide access to development permit information and application forms. Grants shall be issued on a first-come, first-served basis to qualified Quick Permitting Counties. The grant moneys may be used to purchase software, hardware, or consulting services necessary for the county to create an interface with the One-Stop Permitting System. Grant moneys may not be used to pay administrative costs. The grant application must specify what items or services the county intends to purchase using the grant moneys, the amount of each of the items or services to be purchased, and how the items or services are necessary for the county to create an interface with the One-Stop Permitting System.
s. 5, ch. 99-244; s. 7, ch. 2001-278.
Section 14, ch. 2007-105, provides that “[u]nless otherwise specified in this act, the Department of Management Services, established in s. 20.22, Florida Statutes, shall assume the duties and responsibilities of the State Technology Office as set forth in [s. 288.1092], Florida Statutes.”
Section 18, ch. 2007-105, deleted material from s. 282.102 relating to creation of the State Technology Office, and s. 2, ch. 2007-105, removed the reference to the office from the list of divisions and programs under the Department of Management Services in s. 20.22. Section 17, ch. 2009-80, redesignated s. 282.102 as s. 282.702.