The Chief Financial Officer of the state of Florida is one of
three state-wide elected officials comprising the Florida Cabinet.
Together with the Governor, the Cabinet acts as the "Agency Head" of
certain functions of Florida state government. The Florida Cabinet is
responsible for providing transparency while serving as a collective
decision and rule making body for the state.
Meetings of the Governor and Cabinet are open to the public and are usually held monthly in the Cabinet Meeting Room on the Lower Level of the Capitol Building in Tallahassee. Cabinet meetings are occasionally held outside of the Capitol and offer a chance for Florida’s consumers from various regions of the state to have access to government decision-making in their community.
Director of Cabinet Affairs - Tanya Cooper
Supervises all Cabinet-related activities and oversees issues related to law enforcement, executive clemency, veterans affairs, environmental land use and power plants/transmission lines.
Deputy Director - Vacant
Oversees issues related to finance, banking, insurance, revenue and tax-related issues.
Analyst - Vacant
Oversees Cabinet resolutions, scheduling and agency meeting/agenda organization.
The Governor and Cabinet serve as the agency head or appellate body for the following agencies. For more information on the multiple cabinet agencies click on their respective links listed below.