County Administration


Department


County Administration

GENERAL FUND

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Percent Change
FY19-FY20

Positions
FY19 Budget

Positions
FY20 Budget

County Administration

$5,429,374

$5,781,490

$5,983,540

3%

29

34

Regional Emergency Services and Communications

$52,932,021

$56,018,900

$56,375,250

1%

53

52

Office of Economic and Small Business Development

$3,271,599

$3,624,170

$4,102,400

13%

25

25

Economic and Small Business Development/Assigned Costs

$69,685

$162,200

$226,500

40%

0

0

Office of Management and Budget

$1,685,477

$1,724,670

$2,342,510

36%

15

19

Office of Public Communications

$3,631,286

$3,961,110

$4,672,610

18%

43

44

Subtotal

$67,019,442

$71,272,540

$73,702,810

3%

165

174

OTHER FUNDS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Percent Change
FY19-FY20

Positions
FY19 Budget

Positions
FY20 Budget

E-911 Fund

$9,655,443

$30,836,860

$29,947,310

(3)%

5

7

Economic and Sm Business Development/Local Business Taxes Fund

$874,360

$1,050,000

$943,500

(10)%

0

0

Office of Public Communications/Print Shop

$913,829

$1,887,600

$2,093,150

11%

6

6

Subtotal

$11,443,632

$33,774,460

$32,983,960

(2)%

11

13

Grand Total

$78,463,074

$105,047,000

$106,686,770

2%

176

187

Division


County Administration

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Administrator's Office

$2,191,154

$2,415,380

$2,485,580

Grants Administration

$449,931

$449,510

$501,130

Intergovernmental Affairs/Boards

$2,070,430

$2,047,020

$1,846,330

Professional Standards/Human Rights

$717,859

$869,580

$1,150,500

Total

$5,429,374

$5,781,490

$5,983,540

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Intergovernmental Revenue

$240,250

$100,000

$193,100

Charges for Services

$590

$0

$590

Judgement and Fines

$43,534

$30,000

$43,540

Miscellaneous Revenue

$313,675

$367,510

$258,860

Total

$598,049

$497,510

$496,090

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$4,119,948

$4,361,170

$4,599,550

Operating Expenses

$1,309,426

$1,420,320

$1,381,490

Capital Outlay

$0

$0

$2,500

Total

$5,429,374

$5,781,490

$5,983,540

Total Positions

29

29

34

BUDGET VARIANCES

$129,730 Normal Increases and Decreases
168,560 Personnel Services
(38,830) Operating Expense
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
72,320 Increase in personnel services $69,820 and capital outlay $2,500 for additional Program Performance Analyst to assist with grant compliance. Four positions that were included as Other Positions in FY18 and FY19 are now included in the Total Position Cap.
$202,050 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Administrator's Office

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Administer all Board of County Commission governmental functions; direct and supervise the administration and operations of County agencies; nominate all department heads to be approved by the County Commission; oversee the enforcement of all ordinances, resolutions and policies of the Commission. Advise the Board of County Commissioners on financial, administrative, and operational matters. Serve as the Clerk to the County Commission.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    Provides general management and direction to over 55 departments, offices, and divisions, and leadership to over 6,000 county employees.

■    Develops and submits annual budget and capital program to the County Commission for adoption.

■    Coordinates the preparation of the agendas for the Board of County Commissioners’ meetings and develops annual calendar for meetings and workshops.

■    Serves as the liaison with the Sheriff, Judiciary, State Attorney, Public Defender, Property Appraiser, Supervisor of Elections, Clerk of Court, municipalities, business and private interests, and others on issues of mutual concern.

■    Liaises with County Attorney, County Auditor, and Inspector General as it relates to County business.

■    Coordinates the Board of County Commissioners’ goal-setting process, the development of Commission goals work plans, and tracking of those processes. Develops and updates business plans directly related to the Board’s strategic goals.

■    Serves as mediator/negotiator with external entities, including non-government organizations, to resolve conflicts based on policy direction to find mutually acceptable resolutions. Supports community relations activities and outreach to business, citizen, and homeowner groups

■    Initiates and implements special projects, including large-scale development and site plans, and creates task forces and study groups as necessary.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$2,191,154

$2,415,380

$2,485,580

Total Positions

11

12

12

Section

Grants Administration

GOAL STATEMENT

To serve as a centralized resource to identify and enhance the quality of County grant applications and to provide technical assistance and training to County agencies to improve grant management effectiveness and ensure compliance with regulations.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of grant opportunities identified and forwarded to eligible agencies

129

70

80

Number of grant opportunities submitted with assistance from

Grants Administration

38

20

20

Percent of grant proposals submitted through Grants Administration during the rating period that will be funded at some level

60

75

70

Number of grant management technical assistance and contractual reviews completed by Grants Administration

28

20

20

Percent of grantees that successfully complete their corrective action plans after technical assistance has been given

100

90

90

Percent of participants who complete Grant Program Manager trainings that demonstrate an increase in knowledge

85

85

85

Internal customer satisfaction rating

4.59

4.50

4.50

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Grants Administration section is partially supported through administrative costs related to grants secured by Broward County. Responsibilities include researching potential funding opportunities and distributing them to County departments; providing technical assistance and quality assurance to County departments in order to strengthen grant applications, streamline the submission process, and facilitate liaison with Federal and State funding agencies. The Grants Administration section also promotes communication and collaboration among departments and community partners in order to maximize limited resources; maintain an internal database to track grants applied for and received by County departments; conducts Grant Compliance Reviews on programs and projects that are funded in full or in part through grants to help Departments evaluate performance and financial issues during the grant period and in advance of external audits; and documenting County grant procedures and protocols.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    There are five positions in this section. These positions are funded out of the general fund, with partial reimbursements from grants.

■    In FY20, one Program Performance Analyst is added to assist with grant compliance. Increase in personnel services $69,820 and capital outlay $2,500 for additional Program Performance Analyst to assist with grant compliance.

Four positions that were included as Other Positions in FY18 and FY19 are now included in the Total Position Cap.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$449,931

$449,510

$501,130

Total Positions

0

0

5

Section

Intergovernmental Affairs/Boards

GOAL STATEMENT

To enhance the quality of life for Broward County residents, businesses, and visitors through effective advocacy and coordination of the Board of County Commissioner's federal and state programs.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of meetings/updates provided to communicate the Board's legislative and funding initiatives to all levels of government

943

600

750

Number of scheduling efforts coordinated and completed for commissioners and internal customers

115

80

100

Legislative communication disseminated in a timely, effective and accurate manner

37

30

35

Correspondence disseminated in an effective and accurate manner

2,229

2,000

2,100

Number of board appointments and removals processed

186

275

250

Internal customer satisfaction rating

4.50

4.50

4.50

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Intergovernmental Affairs/Boards section works to persuade Federal and State elected and appointed officials to make legislative and administrative decisions favorable to the County; provides information to various levels of government including elected and appointed officials; generates written reports and procedures on legislative and other issues pertinent to County government; serves as an information resource base for federal, state and local agencies, intra-county agencies, constitutional offices and interest groups; maintains a current record and coordinates functions pertaining to County Commission appointed boards, agencies, authorities and councils.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ Three positions are transferred to the Professional Standards/Human Rights section.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$2,070,430

$2,047,020

$1,846,330

Total Positions

11

9

6

Section

Professional Standards/Human Rights

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide leadership and professional administration of all aspects of the County's equal opportunity programs and services, ensure compliance with federal laws and regulations related to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), internal investigations, and Whistleblower complaints; to protect the integrity of Broward County Government services by ensuring accountability and compliance in an effort to promote equity and justice, while limiting County liability. To promote and ensure equal treatment, access and inclusion for all persons within Broward County in a manner that fosters unity, diversity, and tolerance through quality public service.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of complaints filed and under investigation, all programs

166

185

185

Number of ADA compliance area reviews conducted

1,028

150

150

Number of inquiries, referrals, and technical assistance requests per Professional Standards employee

186

75

75

Number of complaints filed and under investigation per

Professional Standards employee

22

40

40

Number of inquiries, referrals, and technical assistance requests, all programs

1,553

500

1,000

Number of investigations completed, all programs

69

140

140

Number of closed Fair Housing investigations, per Human Rights employee

19

20

20

Number of closed Act Only cases, per Human Rights employee

14

12

12

Total number of dual-filed Fair Housing cases closed

56

55

55

Percent of dual-filed housing cases closed within federal timeframe of 100 days

35

20

20

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Professional Standards program (PSP) is responsible for protecting the integrity of Broward County government services by ensuring accountability and compliance in an effort to promote equity and justice, while limiting County liability. In doing so, PSP provides professional administration of all aspects of the County’s equal opportunity program and services; ensures compliance with federal laws and regulations related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); investigates violation of County policies, ethics, whistleblower, cone of silence, wage recovery, and living wage complaints. The mission of the Human Rights program (HRP) is to identify and eliminate discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations, and protect the individual human rights of Broward County residents, visitors and workers. The program promotes voluntary compliance through negotiated settlements and mediation to resolve discrimination related disputes. However, failing amicable resolution, the program utilizes its enforcement powers to compel the cessation of unlawful discriminatory and/or retaliatory actions, in accordance with the Broward County Human Rights Act.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ Three positions are transferred from Intergovernmental Affairs/Boards.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    The performance measure targets were revised in FY19 to reflect inquiries initially addressed by the County's centralized Call Center.

■    FY18 Actual for number of ADA compliance area reviews conducted was high due to a one-time review of the County's three 911 centers.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$717,859

$869,580

$1,150,500

Total Positions

7

8

11

Division


Regional Emergency Services and Communications

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Regional Emergency Services and Communications Administration

$410,782

$573,930

$603,960

Emergency Management

$1,688,550

$2,440,390

$2,564,580

Countywide Public Safety Applications

$3,484,829

$4,093,460

$4,022,170

Countywide Radio Communications

$3,498,959

$4,404,410

$4,577,680

Consolidated E-911 Dispatch

$43,848,901

$44,506,710

$44,606,860

Total

$52,932,021

$56,018,900

$56,375,250

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Charges for Services

$58,765

$11,000

$28,700

Judgement and Fines

$478,052

$480,000

$466,600

Miscellaneous Revenue

$986,974

$928,870

$1,051,610

Transfer From E911 Fund (10071)

$4,771,440

$4,549,500

$4,670,260

Total

$6,295,231

$5,969,370

$6,217,170

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$5,370,591

$6,150,670

$6,208,180

Operating Expenses

$5,250,345

$7,499,880

$7,735,920

Capital Outlay

$188,935

$40,000

$102,800

Transfers Out

$42,122,150

$42,328,350

$42,328,350

Total

$52,932,021

$56,018,900

$56,375,250

Total Positions

47

53

52

BUDGET VARIANCES

92,270 Increase in rental property costs due to the addition of two radio tower leases.
38,040 Increase in professional services for the replacement of the Voice Recording System at the Regional and Non-Regional public safety answering points (PSAPs). This project is funded with both General Fund and E-911 funds. The E-911 funds are shown on page 4-16.
$319,220 Normal Increases and Decreases
249,020 249,020 Personnel Services
70,200 70,200 Operating Expense
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
-261,330 Two positions are transferred from the General Fund to the E-911 fund to align the funding of the positions with their duties.
15,020 Increase in operating costs related to the Emergency Distribution Center.

BUDGET VARIANCES

20,510 Increase in motor pool charges due to the purchase of three box trucks and one van in FY19.
69,820 Increase in personnel services due to the addition of a position to review Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans (CEMP) for healthcare facilities and adult group homes. It is estimated that revenues from CEMP plan review fees will increase by $20,000 due to performing the reviews.
102,800 Increase in capital outlay for a workforce management system for the public safety answering points (PSAPs). This project is funded with General Fund and E-911 funds. The expenditures from the E-911 fund are shown on page 4-16.
-40,000 Decrease in capital outlay due to the one-time nature of the expense.
$356,350 The expenditures from the E-911 fund are shown on page 4-16.

Section

Regional Emergency Services and Communications Administration

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Broward County's Office of Regional Emergency Services and Communications (RESC) Administration Section is responsible for developing the strategic direction and the engineering, implementation, and operations associated with the Broward County Regional Public Safety System.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$410,782

$573,930

$603,960

Total Positions

4

4

4

Section

Countywide Public Safety Applications

GOAL STATEMENT

To foster information sharing and data interoperability by strategically designing, implementing, and maintaining cost effective mission critical public safety applications and mobile data systems that best meet the requirements of Broward County's emergency responders.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percent of closest unit response capability from a technology perspective

87.00

100.00

100.00

Percent of time the PSI network is available

99.12

99.99

99.99

Percent of time public safety applications are available

98.92

99.99

99.99

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Countywide Public Safety Applications Section is responsible for developing the strategic direction and the engineering, implementation and operations associated with the Broward County Regional Public Safety Communications Infrastructure and its associated Public Safety applications. This Section is also known as the Regional Public Safety Application Division (RPSA) by our Municipal and Sheriff’s Office stakeholders.

The Regional Public Safety Communications Infrastructure is the medium through which Broward County municipalities establish connections to shared applications such as the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system that facilitates closest unit response for fire/rescue. RPSA is also responsible for developing and maintaining the Public Safety Infrastructure Annual Technology Plan. RPSA is comprised of Regional Public Safety Applications Administration, Program Management, Engineering, Operations, Training, and Application Support and Maintenance. The Program Management group provides the planning, engineering, project management and operational guidance functions required to support the County’s Regional Public Safety applications and Regional Public Safety Communications Infrastructure.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, one position is transferred to the E-911 Fund.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$3,484,829

$4,093,460

$4,022,170

Total Positions

11

16

15

Section

Countywide Radio Communications

GOAL STATEMENT

To foster information sharing and communication interoperability by strategically designing, implementing, and maintaining cost effective mission critical public safety radio systems that best meet the requirements of Broward County's emergency responders.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percent of radio interoperability achieved countywide

100.00

100.00

100.00

Percent of radio system availably time

100.00

99.99

99.99

Percent of radio repairs completed within 2 days

100.00

95.00

95.00

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Countywide Radio Communications Section is responsible for developing the strategic direction and the engineering, implementation and operations associated with the Broward County Regional Public Safety Radio System and associated applications. The Radio Communications program also includes a Radio Shop responsible for the maintenance and repair of mobile and portable subscriber radios and station alerting systems.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, additional funding is provided for the rental cost of two new radio tower sites. The radio towers are part of the County's new public safety radio system.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$3,498,959

$4,404,410

$4,577,680

Total Positions

11

11

11

Section

Consolidated E-9U Dispatch

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Consolidated E-911 Dispatch Section promotes the safety and welfare of Broward County residents, businesses, visitors, and emergency responders by establishing an operating framework for excellence in the Broward County Cooperative Countywide Consolidated E-911 Communications System. The section is responsible for the management, administration, and oversight of the operations of that system, including budgeting and performance monitoring. The control and internal operating rules and regulations of the system are reviewed and monitored by this section. This section administers the Consolidated Communications Operator contract, which is a performance-based contract, with an emphasis on prompt and efficient 911 call answering and dispatching of emergency response personnel to the locations of fire, medical, and police emergencies. Performance measurements and standards are established in the contract with the Operator and performance and efficiency indicators are monitored and regularly reported. The section also coordinates the governance and technical boards that support the countywide consolidation of E-911 communications.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, one position is transferred to the E-911 Fund.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$43,848,901

$44,506,710

$44,606,860

Total Positions

8

8

7

Section

Emergency Management

GOAL STATEMENT

To safeguard lives and property of Broward County residents and visitors by providing effective emergency management through prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery capabilities.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of health care facility emergency management plans reviewed and approved by Emergency Management staff

455

300

390

Number of Continuity of Operations plans that are reviewed by Emergency Management staff

12

45

25

Number of countywide mitigation program proposals maintained, reviewed and updated by Emergency Management staff

378

300

300

Number of facilities that store extremely hazardous materials inspected and reported to the State by Emergency Management staff

116

119

119

Number of Broward Emergency Response Team Standard

Operating Procedures reviewed and approved by Emergency Management staff

43

37

37

Number of exercises conducted or participated in to evaluate plans and procedures

18

20

20

Percentage of Broward Emergency Response Team staff that are credentialed

70

75

75

Customer satisfaction rating

4.67

4.80

4.80

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Emergency Management is responsible for providing effective and orderly government control and coordination of emergency operations in disasters resulting from natural, accidental, and intentional causes. Responsibilities include developing and maintaining Comprehensive Emergency Plans for all potential hazards and coordinating these plans with all municipalities, federal and state disaster response agencies, and County departments. Emergency Management maintains and manages the County's Emergency Operations Center (EOC), as well as providing all core Emergency Management functions of direction and control, warning and alerting the public, and resource coordination. The Training, Education and Outreach Program provides visual programs, written materials, brochures, and lectures on all types of disasters and emergency actions to the public.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ One position is added in FY20 to review Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans for healthcare facilities and group homes.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$1,688,550

$2,440,390

$2,564,580

Total Positions

13

14

15

E-911 Fund

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

E-911 Fund

$9,655,443

$30,836,860

$29,947,310

Total

$9,655,443

$30,836,860

$29,947,310

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

State Revenue

$8,912,511

$8,991,590

$9,215,060

Interest and Other Earnings

$415,209

$363,000

$540,000

Fund Balance

$26,437,000

$21,950,000

$20,680,000

Less Five Percent

$0

($467,730)

($487,750)

Total

$35,764,720

$30,836,860

$29,947,310

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$558,099

$704,300

$989,950

Operating Expenses

$2,712,174

$3,758,060

$4,163,460

Capital Outlay

$1,613,730

$947,840

$566,200

Other Budgetary Reserves

$0

$20,877,160

$19,557,440

Transfers Out

$4,771,440

$4,549,500

$4,670,260

Total

$9,655,443

$30,836,860

$29,947,310

Total Positions

5

5

7

BUDGET VARIANCES

(1,072,840) Decrease in capital outlay (-$947,840) and operating expenses (-$125,000) related to capital projects included in the FY19 budget.
(27,670) Decrease in the transfer to non-regional public safety answering points (PSAPs) primarily due a relative reduction in call volume.
(1,319,720) Decrease in reserves due to a decline in fund balance.
146,790 Normal Increases and Decreases 
24,320 Personnel Services
1,710 Operating Expense
120,760 Transfers
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
261,330 Two positions are transferred from the General Fund to align the funding of the positions with their duties.
35,000 Increase in contractual services for program management costs related to the Text to 911 project.
16,000 Increase in contractual services ($6,000) and capital outlay ($10,000) for the Netclock replacement capital project.

82,000 Increase in contractual services ($30,000) and capital outlay ($52,000) for a backup server and project management costs related to the Power Management Information System replacement capital project.
130,000 Increase in contractual services ($30,000) and capital outlay ($100,000) for hardware, software, and maintenance and support costs related to the GIS Assessment and Remediation project.
15,000 Increase in contractual services to complete a security audit of the 911 system.
204,200 Increase in contractual services ($50,000) and capital outlay ($154,200) for a workforce management system for the public safety answering points (PSAPs). This system will use data to guide staff scheduling at the PSAPs. This project is partially funded with General Fund revenues. General Fund expenses for this project are shown on page 4-8.
55,360 Increase in contractual services ($46,000) and operating expenses ($9,360) for the replacement of the Voice Recording System at the Regional and Non-Regional public safety answering points (PSAPs). This project is partially funded with General Fund revenues. An increase in general fund expenses is shown on page 4-8.
585,000 Increase contractual services ($330,000), capital outlay ($250,000),and operating expenses ($5,000) to create a data warehouse that will allow real-time data analysis without disrupting call-taker, computer-aided dispatch (CAD), or radio functionality.
($889,550) TOTAL DECREASE

Section

E-911 Fund

GOAL STATEMENT

Excellence in the Broward County regional E-911 system by creating and maintaining an effective, efficient, reliable, and survivable system, with a reduced total cost of ownership. Focusing on providing a flexible, robust, and technologically advanced system; on utilizing best practice processes; and on fostering a collaborative environment among Public Safety Answering Points.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percent of 911 call processing availability

99.95

99.99

99.99

Percent of 911 position recording availability

100.00

99.99

99.99

Percent of 911 CAMA trunk availability

95.64

99.99

99.99

Percent E-911 database accuracy maintained

100.00

99.99

99.99

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Regional Communications and Technology E-911 Office is responsible for managing the mission critical functions of the 911 number in Broward County, management and oversight of the County E-911 System, and maintenance and support of the E-911 database program for the County, which includes both landline and wireless. The E-911 Office is also responsible for supporting and enhancing the VIPER Phone System, Voice Network, Language Translation Services, Voice Recording System for 911 calls, Data Analytics, and the Power Management Information System Reporting System. The E-911 Office works with key vendors to perform routine and emergency repairs of the E-911 Systems. The team also serves as the liaison to the State Department of Management Services for E-911 Reporting.

BUDGET COMMENTS ■ In FY20, two positions are transferred from the General Fund.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$9,655,443

$30,836,860

$29,947,310

Total Positions

5

5

7

Division


Office of Economic and Small Business Development

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Administration

$578,448

$789,340

$872,740

Economic Development

$1,227,695

$1,240,860

$1,647,840

Small Business Development

$1,465,456

$1,593,970

$1,581,820

Total

$3,271,599

$3,624,170

$4,102,400

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Charges for Services

$1,500

$0

$0

Miscellaneous Revenue

$50,459

$30,000

$30,000

Transfer From Local Business Taxes Fund (10110)

$0

$175,350

$0

Total

$51,959

$205,350

$30,000

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$2,179,932

$2,542,630

$2,609,250

Operating Expenses

$1,091,667

$1,081,540

$1,493,150

Total

$3,271,599

$3,624,170

$4,102,400

Total Positions

25

25

25

BUDGET VARIANCES

$53,230 Normal Increases and Decreases

66,620 Personnel Services (13,390) Operating Expense

BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS

100,000    Increase in operating expense for the pilot Mobilization Loan Fund program. This program has $100,000 budgeted out of the general fund and the other $100,000 is budgeted in the Broward Municipal Services District operating fund.

200.000    Increase in operating expenses to support the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance's Six Pillars 2.0 initiative.

50.000    Increase in operating expenses in recurring funding to support the Florida International Trade and Cultural Expo.

75.000    Increase in operating expenses in one-time funding to support agricultural tourism at a community garden in the Town of Pembroke Park.

$478,230 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Administration

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Office of Economic and Small Business Development (OESBD) implements the County’s economic development policies by promoting and assuring equitable representation of businesses in Broward County and is responsible for enhancing the economy of Broward County by recruiting new industry, supporting existing industries, and creating new value-added employment opportunities for residents. OESBD Administration has the overall responsibility for the coordination of economic development and small business programs, community outreach, budgetary and personnel matters, and policy implementation for the office. Additional responsibilities include coordination of the Small Business Development Advisory Board and contract administration for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance(Broward Alliance). OESBD partners with Broward County departments to leverage and reinforce economic development opportunities for small business as well as provides new revenue sources for other quality of life projects. OESBD also works with community redevelopment in the Broward Municipal Services District to enhance this area and stimulate the potential for growth.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$578,448

$789,340

$872,740

Total Positions

6

6

6

Section

Economic Development

GOAL STATEMENT

To maximize and positively impact employment and investment by creating a diversified and sustainable economy, promoting growth for entrepreneurs and existing businesses alike in Broward County and beyond.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Total number of targeted industry jobs recruited through economic development partnership efforts

337

325

325

Number of target industry jobs retained

1,624

425

425

Number of target area jobs retained

37

50

50

Total number of targeted area jobs recruited through economic development partnership efforts

10

35

35

Number of firms provided international trade assistance

49

40

40

Number of international trade related workshops, seminars, and events coordinated or conducted

21

20

20

Amount of new capital investment made by targeted industry or targeted area companies relocating to or expanding in Broward

County

53,907,923

15,000,000

15,000,000

Number of firms assisted in obtaining financing

8

12

12

Number of clients provided business development assistance

127

80

80

Number of business assistance seminars and workshops coordinated or conducted

18

20

20

Number of recruited companies that relocated to Broward County

6

7

7

External customer satisfaction rating

4.90

4.50

4.50

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Economic Development section implements the County’s economic development policies through coordination of strategic activities designed to promote and encourage business expansion and new business start-up; attract new capital investment; retain existing businesses; and diversify the County’s economy. The successful implementation of these strategies will result in new job growth, improved quality of life, and expansion of the tax base for the County and its municipalities. There are five major program areas for Economic Development: (1) Business Recruitment, Expansion, and Retention; (2) Global Business Development; (3) Commercial/Industrial Development; (4) New Business Start-Up Consultation; and (5) Economic Development Partnership Coordination. Pursuant to its goals within the five major program areas, the Economic Development section’s responsibilities include contract administration with the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance(Broward Alliance), collaboration with municipalities and regional economic development organizations, providing educational programming on international trade services, partnership with the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance to attract businesses to relocate to Broward County, and provide one on one consultations for startups and entrepreneurs. Additional goals within the Economic Development section include identification of educational and vocational resources aimed at addressing skills gap and educational attainment issues in underserved communities, as well as utilization of policies and implementation of strategies to create employment opportunities and support for economically disadvantaged members of the community. These policies and strategies include a new apprenticeship program, expansion of the current entrepreneurial development programs, and establishment of the NSU Broward Innovation Center at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in partnership with NSU, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, and the private sector.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$1,227,695

$1,240,860

$1,647,840

Total Positions

5

5

5

Section

Small Business Development

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide access to contract opportunities, grow the local tax base and increase employment through the support, retention and expansion of small and emerging businesses, while encouraging and promoting entrepreneurship and achieving the mandate set for local and federal funding.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of certified firms participating in County contracting as a prime contractor or subcontractor

983

435

435

Percentage of certification applications processed within 90 days

100

100

100

Number of targeted outreach activities conducted

1,368

560

560

Number of participants in small business development programs

5,971

3,200

3,200

Number of community relations and outreach events conducted and/or participated in

87

72

72

Number of small businesses/agencies trained in a formal setting

488

500

500

Number of small businesses receiving one on one technical assistance

575

600

600

Number of firms connected to external partners for additional assistance

75

70

70

Number of small business compliance activities conducted

3,158

2,250

2,250

Percentage of compliance reviews conducted within the targeted ten business days

93

87

87

External customer satisfaction rating

4.49

4.50

4.50

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The small business development program adheres to the commitment of the Board of County Commissioners in stimulating and developing a competitive and successful small business and disadvantaged business community within Broward County and beyond.

The specific strategic program areas are strengthening support for small business participation in County procurement through local and federal small business programs and providing resources to support small businesses through pre and post-certification evaluations, more general business centered technical assistance, education and training, community outreach, and small business evaluation focused on growth and business opportunities beyond those offered by Broward County procurement.

Broward County businesses are represented by multiple industries with different capacities and they vary in size. Additionally, for some industries only a few are represented and sometimes none, resulting in targeted outreach to recruit new firms in those industries and grow the number of firms in all industries. The wide range of skills and capacity in the small business community presents a significant challenge to achieving success in County procurement, and other private and public sector venues, but also evidences great opportunity through continued County intervention in support of our small business community.

The small business community has a long-standing relationship with the OESBD; OESBD's Small Business staff supports this community through certification, compliance, monitoring, and technical assistance services. This will encourage small businesses to engage other public and private opportunities to grow their business and thereby increase and strengthen our local economy.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$1,465,456

$1,593,970

$1,581,820

Total Positions

14

14

14

Division


Economic and Small Business Development/Assigned Costs

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Economic and Small Business Development/Assigned Costs

$69,685

$162,200

$226,500

Total

$69,685

$162,200

$226,500

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Operating Expenses

$69,685

$162,200

$226,500

Total

$69,685

$162,200

$226,500

BUDGET VARIANCES

64,300 Increase in budgeted incentives due to increased payments to existing firms and incentive agreements based on their payment schedules.

$64,300 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Economic and Small Business Development/Assigned Costs

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    Citrix is expanding their Fort Lauderdale operations which will include renovation of 50,000 square feet of existing office space. Projected job creation is 200. FY 20 ($26,250) will be the last year of a seven-year payment budget.

■    Centene Management, provider of healthcare plans to uninsured Americans, seeks to expand existing operations. Projected job creation is 265. FY 20 ($12,500) will be the last year of a five-year payment budget.

■    SeaLand Shipping (Project Ocean) seeks to establish an international headquarters in the City of Miramar, resulting in relocation of 15 employees from Miami-Dade County, creation of 65 new employees, and an anticipated capital investment of $350,000 in the City of Miramar ($11,370).

■    Weatherill Associates Inc. (Project Boost) is a provider of parts manufacturing, sourcing, and distribution/logistic services to the automotive, heavy duty and power sports industries. Project will result in 35 high-wage/high-skill jobs resulting in an estimated capital investment of $4,400,000. FY 20 ($2,625) will be the fourth year of a six-year payment budget.

■    Total Quality Logistics, Inc. (Project RED), a logistics and freight brokerage provider, and has operated in Dania Beach since 2008. The project will result in 60 high-wage/high-skill jobs and an estimated capital investment of $600,000. FY 20 ($6,000) will be the second year of a six-year payment budget.

■    JL Audio, Inc. (Project Hook), founded in 1975 and currently located in the City of Miramar, is a manufacturer of auto, marine and home audio products. Project will result in 30 high-wage/high-skill jobs at 100% of the County’s average annual wage, resulting in an estimated capital investment of $9,400,000. FY 20 ($2,250) will be the fourth year of a six-year payment budget.

■    1st Choice Aerospace, Inc. (Project Eagle), founded in 2006 in Kentucky, specializes in aircraft component parts sales and repair services to aviation industry clients. Project will result in 40 high-wage/high-skill jobs resulting in an estimated capital investment of $4,550,000. FY 20 ($4,000) will be the fourth year of a six-year payment budget.

■    Project Blaze, located in Dania Beach since 2010, is a software development company specializing in augmented reality products. Project will result in 725 high-wage/high-skill jobs and an estimated capital investment of $150 million. FY 20 ($144,177) will be the second year of an eight-year payment budget.

■    Project KIT, currently located in the state of New York, is a distributor of kitchen and bathroom hardware and has been in operation for over 20 years. The project will result in the creation of ten high-wage/high-skill jobs. FY 20 ($1,250) will be the third year of a four-year payment budget.

■    Project Element, located in Sunrise is a provider of water, hygiene, and energy technologies and services for customers worldwide. The company is expanding its operations. This project will result in the creation of 50 new high-wage/high-skill jobs. FY 20 ($6,825) will be the third year of a seven-year payment budget.

■    Project RSI, located in the State of Florida, is a leisure travel company in the hospitality and tourism sector. The company is seeking to expand its international headquarter operations resulting in the creation of 300 new high-wage/high-skill jobs. FY 20 ($7,050) will be the 2nd year of a eight-year payment budget.

■    Project ACE, a global supplier of electronic components, is seeking to relocate its international headquarter operations to Broward County resulting in the creation of 100 new high-wage/high-skill jobs in Broward County. FY 20 ($10,950) will be the second year of a six-year payment budget.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$69,685

$162,200

$226,500

Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2020 Recommended Operating Budget

4-25

Division


Economic and Sm Business Development/Local Business Taxes Fund

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Economic and Sm Business Development/Local Business Tax

Fund

$874,360

$1,050,000

$943,500

Total

$874,360

$1,050,000

$943,500

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Taxes

$987,727

$1,000,000

$970,000

Interest and Other Earnings

$123

$0

$0

Fund Balance

$0

$100,000

$22,000

Less Five Percent

$0

($50,000)

($48,500)

Total

$987,850

$1,050,000

$943,500

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Operating Expenses

$874,360

$874,650

$943,500

Transfers Out

$0

$175,350

$0

Total

$874,360

$1,050,000

$943,500

BUDGET VARIANCES

(106,500) In FY20, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance payment will be $1.59 million, made up of $943,500 from this Local Business Taxes Fund and the remainder from the General Fund.

($106,500) TOTAL DECREASE

Section

Economic and Sm Business Development/Local Business Tax Fund

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In accordance with the authority granted by Section 205.042 Florida Statutes, the County receives business tax revenue which funds economic development activities including the County’s Office of Economic and Small Business Development and a contract with the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance (Broward Alliance).

■    The Board of County Commissioners establishes broad economic development goals and strategic policy plans for implementation. The Office of Economic and Small Business Development and the Broward Alliance deliver services in accordance with the County’s general policies and economic development goals.

■    The Office of Economic and Small Business Development in concert with the Broward Alliance and other municipal and economic development partners, performs economic development services countywide to promote the creation of value-added jobs to the County, performs business expansion and retention assistance, and attracts foreign direct investment and international business development.

■    Growth and strengthening of business development partnerships within the County is a key strategy in achievement of the County’s economic development goals by ensuring that economic opportunities reach all segments of the County’s economy.

■    The Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance submits its annual fiscal year business plan and budget to the Board of County Commissioners for approval by September 30th of each year.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$874,360

$1,050,000

$943,500

Division


Office of Management and Budget


SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Office of Management and Budget

$1,685,477

$1,724,670

$2,342,510

Total

$1,685,477

$1,724,670

$2,342,510

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Miscellaneous Revenue

$60

$0

$0

Total

$60

$0

$0

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$1,666,252

$1,695,330

$2,292,400

Operating Expenses

$17,256

$29,340

$50,110

Capital Outlay

$1,969

$0

$0

Total

$1,685,477

$1,724,670

$2,342,510

Total Positions

14

15

19

BUDGET VARIANCES

$261,960 Increase in personnel services due to the transfer of two positions from the Enterprise Technology Services Division (ETS), which has a net zero impact to the General Fund.
$111,020 Normal Increases and Decreases
111,540 Personnel Services
(520) Operating Expense
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
$92,470 Increase in personnel services for one Program Project Coordinator position to manage county-wide budgeting of positions with the implementation of the new human resource management software in FY20.
$152,390 Increase in personnel services ($131,100) and operating expenses ($21,290) for one position to support the ongoing operation of the County's enterprise financial system. This position is part of the supplement shown in ETS to create the financial systems support section.
$617,840 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Office of Management and Budget

GOAL STATEMENT

To develop budget and management recommendations for the County Administrator to support Commission policies and optimize the allocation and utilization of resources.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Internal customer satisfaction rating

4.79

4.50

4.50

Internal consulting customer satisfaction rating

0.00

4.50

4.50

Number of internal consulting projects completed

4

5

4

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Office of Management and Budget staff provides accurate information and sound recommendations for the County Administrator to facilitate well-informed County Commission decisions; provides assistance to small agencies on financial and administrative activities; administers the position cap to ensure agencies do not exceed the approved position cap; reviews position reclassification requests to ensure the organizational structure and span of control remains efficient and cost-effective; provides analytical expertise that assists agencies to efficiently and effectively manage within approved resources; develops an annual recommended budget and multi-year capital program incorporating Commission policy direction and taking into account the multi-year implications of budget decisions; and provides clear, timely and accurate budget and performance measurement information.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In FY20, one Program Project Coordinator position is added to manage county-wide budgeting of positions with the implementation of the new human resource management software in FY20.

■    In FY20, two positions are transferred from ETS within the General Fund.

■ In FY20, one position to support the ongoing operations of the County's enterprise financial system. This position is part of the supplement shown in ETS to create the financial systems support system.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$1,685,477

$1,724,670

$2,342,510

Total Positions

14

15

19

Division


Office of Public Communications

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Public Information

$2,098,743

$2,325,820

$3,015,150

Call Center

$1,532,543

$1,635,290

$1,657,460

Total

$3,631,286

$3,961,110

$4,672,610

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$3,355,139

$3,553,090

$3,724,200

Operating Expenses

$241,747

$408,020

$718,380

Capital Outlay

$34,400

$0

$230,030

Total

$3,631,286

$3,961,110

$4,672,610

Total Positions

43

43

44

BUDGET VARIANCES

$114,620 Normal Increases and Decreases
114,260 Personnel Services
360 Operating Expense
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
$310,000 Increase in operating expenses for recurring equipment maintenance and upgrades for Government Center East and the Emergency Operations Center to maintain communications with the public. This also includes the 311 telephone software license annual costs.
$230,030 Increase in capital outlay for non-recurring upgrades to replace end of life audio visual equipment to enhance video and other editing capabilities.
$56,850 Increase in personnel services to fund a full-time audio visual broadcast specialist fulltime position upgraded from an existing part time position due to an increase demand for audio visual work.
$711,500 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Public Information

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide information to residents, businesses, visitors and employees, to increase awareness of County programs and services and their value to the community.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of Government meetings televised/webcast

91

147

148

Number of Internet pages viewed (www.broward.org)

90,128,011

150,000,000

100,000,000

Number of unique visitors to the web site per month

709,088

625,000

900,000

Pages of artwork/web site pages produced and revised

13,388

12,500

14,000

Events/programs promoted

388

325

325

News releases processed

494

600

550

Editorial assignments

517

500

600

Public record request responses

4,058

3,800

4,200

Cost of Public Information Program per resident

1.84

1.93

1.98

Internal customer satisfaction rating

4.60

4.70

4.70

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

This program develops and administers an organization-wide communications plan to enhance employee and public awareness of County programs and their value to our community; Areas of service provision are:

*    Public Information includes distribution of news content about county programs, services and events through news conferences and releases, traditional and social media, digital communications, eNewsletters and websites; broadcasting and webcasting of government meetings; audio visual support for county meetings; video production and programming for online video channel and broadcast. Public Information provides quality assurance for agency branding, marketing, advertising, education and outreach efforts, and supports planning and implementation of agency marketing and communications plans. Other services include management of media relations, the Public Records Request and Advantage Marketing programs, assists with special projects for County Administration, and public information during activations of the Emergency Operations Center.

*    Website Services include management of the Broward.org website and web content management system and standards (including ADA compliance), website design and maintenance and quality assurance.

*    Design Services support the production of print and web materials, BCTV slides featuring county services and exhibits for government lobbies and public outreach initiatives.

*    Employee Communication includes management of the intranet (BrowardEmployee.org), BCTV (internal TV news network), eNewsletters and communications from the County Administrator and Commissioners, enterprisewide change management communications (e.g. ERP) and other communications about the organization's activities that help keep employees informed and engaged.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, a full time Audio Visual Broadcast Specialist is upgraded from a part time position due to an increased demand for audio visual work.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$2,098,743

$2,325,820

$3,015,150

Total Positions

20

20

21

Section

Call Center

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide a one-stop, multi-lingual County information and service center that provides residents, businesses and visitors easy access to information about most Broward County services, programs and activities.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of calls received

390,522

400,000

420,000

Percentage of calls answered < 24 seconds

49

60

60

Percent of all calls abandoned in queue

12.1

10.0

10.0

Average length per call (seconds)

214

205

205

Average wait time in queue (seconds)

172

100

100

Number of calls answered per FTE per shift

78

80

80

Percentage of Homeless Helpline calls answered < 4 minutes

No Data

80.0

80.0

Customer satisfaction rating

4.5

4.6

4.5

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Call Center is a one-stop, multi-lingual information center that offers residents, businesses and visitors quick, easy access to accurate information on County services, programs and activities. In addition to handling 3-1-1 general information calls, the Call Center also schedules building inspections, dispatches Animal Care service calls, answers Mosquito Control calls, registers callers in the Vulnerable Population Database, and provides information and referral assistance to low-income residents and the homeless. During emergencies (such as a hurricane) the Call Center becomes a 24/7 Emergency Hotline.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Dollars

$1,532,543

$1,635,290

$1,657,460

Total Positions

23

23

23

Office of Public Communications/Print Shop

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Print Shop

$913,829

$1,887,600

$2,093,150

Total

$913,829

$1,887,600

$2,093,150

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Charges for Services

$953,891

$890,000

$890,000

Miscellaneous Revenue

($580)

$0

$0

Interest and Other Earnings

$21,100

$18,000

$18,000

Disposition of Fixed Assets

($1,546)

$0

$0

Fund Balance

$1,154,000

$1,025,000

$1,230,900

Less Five Percent

$0

($45,400)

($45,750)

Total

$2,126,865

$1,887,600

$2,093,150

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$435,669

$462,060

$470,470

Operating Expenses

$305,379

$327,430

$326,990

Capital Outlay

$172,781

$115,000

$265,000

Other Budgetary Reserves

$0

$983,110

$1,030,690

Total

$913,829

$1,887,600

$2,093,150

Total Positions

6

6

6

BUDGET VARIANCES

$150,000 Increase in capital outlay for one-time equipment replacement.
$47,580 Increase in reserves due to increase in fund balance.
$7,970 Normal Increases and Decreases
8,410 Personnel Services
(440) Operating Expense
$205,550 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Print Shop

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide high-quality printing and display services to meet the needs of County agencies, as well as local municipalities and other government organizations, in a timely and cost-effective manner.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of pages printed and duplicated

16,757,444

15,000,000

15,000,000

Cost per thousand pages copied or printed ($)

53

59

61

Pages printed and duplicated per FTE

2,792,907

2,500,000

2,500,000

Customer satisfaction rating

4.99

4.90

4.90

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Print Shop provides high quality, cost-efficient, one to four color offset printing, and digital color copying services to reproduce newsletters, forms, various annual budget documents, Commission agendas, brochures, flyers, employee training materials, and other information. Auxiliary services include scanning, spiral binding, mailing services, lamination, and large format printing for exhibits. The Print Shop is an Internal Service Fund which requires revenues from printing services to cover 100 percent of operational expenses.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    The Print Shop continues to focus on outstanding customer service with automated printing and production process, “while you wait” and next day service options, and customer delivery. Services are offered at or below market rates.

■    The Print Shop operates in an environmentally responsible manner, printing on recycled paper, operating Energy Star rated equipment and replacing toxic materials with eco-friendly version

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$913,829

$1,887,600

$2,093,150

Total Positions

6

6

6

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FY20 Recommended Broward County Annual Budget, July 15, 2019