The Florida PALM Project has developed or supported the development of various resources throughout the Florida PALM Project’s lifecycle and has compiled these assets here. Florida PALM Project resources include documents and work products created by the Florida PALM Project Team or submitted to the Florida PALM Project by outside entities, as well as other supporting information including Proviso and Business requirements. Additionally, the Florida PALM Project has developed a Glossary of terms. Please select a button below to view related resources.
In 2013, the Florida Legislature, through the 2013 General Appropriations Act (GAA) authorized the Department of Financial Services (DFS) to complete a study (Select the Flair Study Button for more information).
Business Requirements detail the business solution for a project including documentation of customer needs and expectations.
The Florida PALM Project utilizes two entities for oversight to perform a continual evaluation of the Florida PALM Project against established metrics and provide recommendations for maintaining or improving the health of the Florida PALM Project.
The Florida Legislature approves an annual General Appropriations Act (GAA). The GAA provides the budgetary outlay for the Florida PALM Project and describes criteria for the release of Florida PALM Project funds.
The Florida PALM Project utilizes a robust Project Management Strategy in accordance with Florida Law. The Florida PALM Project employs a set of defined and repeatable project management processes to meet its cost, schedule, scope, and quality objectives.
DFS has contracted with a third party consulting firm to complete the business case for maintaining any of the agency business systems identified in the 2014 FLAIR Study Inventory of Business Systems.
The Pre-Design, Development, and Implementation Data Management Plan lays the strategic foundation for a modern way of managing State financial data.
Recommendations by the Florida PALM Project Executive Steering Committee (ESC) for statutory changes needed to implement Florida PALM.
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