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Governor Ron DeSantis' total recommendation for the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Bold Vision for a Brighter Future budget is $91.3 billion. Florida’s ability to be able to grow and prosper is due in no small part to having one of the best transportation systems in the country. From our top-ranked roads to our record setting seaports and international airports, our state’s transportation system allows for the safe and timely movement of people and goods from one place to another. Still, the nature and speed of Florida’s growth means we must continue to make significant investments in our transportation infrastructure to relieve traffic congestion, ensure efficiency and improve safety. The Bold Vision for a Brighter Future budget provides $9.92 billion for the State Transportation Work Program. The Work Program is based on a five-year plan for the implementation and completion of transportation infrastructure projects throughout the state.
To learn more, visit http://www.boldvisionforabrighterfuture.com
The Employ Florida Marketplace is your one-stop online resource for job listings, education and training opportunities, career building assistance and much more. As an employer, the Employ Florida Marketplace offers a multitude of resources to help you find the perfect candidate, create job listings, review job market trends and more.
To learn more, visit https://www.employflorida.com/.
FDOT Properties for Sale or Lease - The FDOT’s Right of Way Office manages the sale or lease of surplus and temporarily surplus properties through the Property Management Program. Sales/Leases may occur via negotiated sale/lease, public auction, sealed bid or public purpose conveyance/lease.
To learn more, visit https://rowsurplus.fdot.gov/
Florida is also leading the nation in preparing to meet the transportation safety and mobility challenges that arise from the inevitable increases to the aging population. The Florida Department of Transportation developed and maintains a website to support the work and efforts of our Safe Mobility for Life Coalition. It is the Coalition’s mission to reduce crashes by improving the safety, access, and mobility of Florida’s aging road users.
To learn more, visit http://www.flsams.org.
As the Jobs Governor, Governor Scott is working to make Florida the best place to work, live, and play. He is changing how Florida does business by eliminating burdensome regulation, reducing state spending, cutting taxes and holding government accountable.
To learn more, visit http://www.floridahasarighttoknow.com/.
We all play an important role in keeping our communities safe. Pay attention and if you see something suspicious, say something call 1-800-FLA SAFE or visit FDLE online to report suspicious activity.
To learn more, visit http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/FFC/S4/SAR-Home.aspx.
The Florida Department of Transportation continually strives to enhance all areas of its operations. In support of these efforts, the department encourages innovative ideas, research and accelerated implementation. Success will depend on our ability to carefully evaluate or implement the products and services provided to the users of Florida's transportation system. Our continued goal is to utilize newly developed technology or employ creative thinking to generate greater value for every transportation dollar invested.
To learn more, visit http://www.fdot.gov/agencyresources/innovation/.
The Florida Department of Transportation is committed to the principle of open government. Information about the department and its operations is available on this Web site.
To learn more, visit http://www.fdot.gov/info/opengovernment.shtm.
To report allegations of fraud, waste, abuse or misconduct in the Florida Department of Transportation, you may file a complaint with the Office of Inspector General.
To learn more, visit http://www.fdot.gov/ig/reportfraud.shtm.
The Department has implemented several Small Business Contracting Strategies, with the following objectives: (1) to expand the base of firms who compete for Department contracts; (2) to streamline processes where possible, to remove barriers for small businesses desiring to compete for FDOT contracts, and (3) to establish a small business database, to connect small businesses with other businesses for teaming opportunities on larger FDOT contracts.
To learn more, visit http://www.fdot.gov/procurement/Small_Business.shtm.
The Department approved a policy that allows for private sponsorship of transportation programs and facilities. This new policy exemplifies FDOT’s continuing commitment to seek innovative ways to obtain additional revenue to fund transportation needs across the state.
To learn more, visit http://www.fdot.gov/agencyresources/sponsorships/.
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