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Florida Department of Financial Services

Florida Department of Financial Services (FLDFS) is a state agency of Florida. Its headquarters are in Tallahassee.[1] In 2002 the Florida Legislature merged the Department of Insurance, Treasury and State Fire Marshal and the Department of Banking and Finance into one department, the Florida Department of Financial Services.[2]

Organization

The Department is led by the [Chief Financial Officer of Florida] (CFO), who is elected statewide to a four year term. The CFO is assisted in running the Department by two Deputy Chief Financial Officers and a Chief of Staff. The Department is made up of 14 functional Divisions, which perform the work of the Department, and 7 Offices, which assist the CFO in managing the Department and fulfilling the CFO's responsibilities.

  • Chief Financial Officer
    • Accounting and Auditing Division
    • Administration Division
    • Consumer Services Division
    • Funeral, Cemetery, & Consumer Services Division
    • Information Systems Division
    • Insurance Agent and Agency Services Division
    • Insurance Fraud Division
    • Legal Services Division
    • Rehabilitation and Liquidation Division
    • Risk Management Division
    • Treasury Division
    • State Fire Marshal Division
    • Workers' Compensation Division
    • Cabinet Affairs Office
    • Chief of Staff Office
    • External Affairs Office
    • Inspector General Office
    • Insurance Consumer Advocate Office
    • Legislative Affairs Office
    • Strategic Planning Office
    • Public Assistance Fraud

References

  1. ^ "My Florida CFO Home." Florida Department of Financial Services. Retrieved on January 8, 2010.
  2. ^ "Chief Financial Officer of the State of Florida." Florida Department of Financial Services. Retrieved on January 8, 2010.

External links

  • Florida Department of Financial Services


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