slides_for_sfwmdx - Southwest Florida Water Management District

Report
Reduced Operating Costs
$94.5 million
(2011-2012)
Reduced Operating Costs
$76.2 million
(2012-2013)
19% reduction
Reduced Operating Costs
$75 million
(2013-2014)
Data Collection
Consolidation
Data collection functions previously
spread across multiple bureaus …
Data Collection
Consolidation
… are now consolidated into a single
Data Collection Bureau.
Streamlined
Regulation and Legal Staff
Streamlined
Regulation and Legal Staff
Permits/Exemptions
Issued Within 48 Hours
Jan. 1995 to Aug. 2011:
0.3%
Sept. 2011 to May. 2013: 11.6%
0.3%
2
1
0
11.6%
2
4
6
8
10
12
Long-Term Funding Requirements
Long-Term Funding Requirements
Long-Term Funding Requirements
Total Workforce
FY2000-01 through Preliminary FY2012-13
1,000
900
800
897 891
871 883
850
819 826 832
789 787 807
897
FTEs (2009)
764
700
614
600
614
500
400
FTEs
300
200
100
-
Full-Time Equivalents
Contingent Workers
Temporary/Students
Facilitating Agricultural
Resource Management Systems
(FARMS)
• 137 Board-approved projects (23.3 mgd
predicted groundwater offset)
• $20 million invested since 2003
• FY13 Budget: $6 million
How Much Water Do We Use?
One Billion Gallons
Each Day
20,000 Gallons of Water
How Much Is 1 Billion Gallons?
One billion gallons each day = 50,000
swimming pools
Reduced Fleet
Additional 25 MGD Available
Tampa Bay Water
System Configuration II
Northwest
Florida
Statewide
Consistency
Suwannee
River
St. Johns
River
Southwest
Florida
Coordination with other
Districts/DEP
1. 10/2 rule
2. Statewide stormwater rule
3. Statewide consumptive use rule
4. New applicant handbooks
South
Florida
Communication Lines Are Open
Reduced
Operating Costs
Expenditure Budget by Category
(In millions)
Expenditures
Salaries & Benefits
Contingent Workers
Total Workforce
Operating Expenses
Operating Capital Outlay
Contracted Services for
Operational Support & Maint.
Subtotal - Recurring
Contracted Services for
District Projects
Cooperative Funding/District
GrantsCapital Outlay (Land)
Fixed
Project Reserves
Annual Contingency Funds
Total
Adopted
Budget
FY2011-12
Adopted
Budget
FY2012-13
Change
From
FY2011-12
% Change
From
FY2011-12
$54.9
3.0
$57.9
21.5
2.2
$48.0
0.9
$48.9
16.9
1.4
($6.9)
(2.1)
($9.0)
(4.6)
(0.8)
-13%
-70%
-16%
-21%
-36%
12.9
9.0
(3.9)
-30%
$94.5
$76.2
($18.3)
-19%
14.5
13.7
(0.8)
-6%
37.3
0.5
1.6
7.1
$155.5
66.4
3.2
0.0
0.0
$159.5
29.1
2.7
(1.6)
(7.1)
$4.0
78%
new
-100%
-100%
3%
Expenditure Budget by Category
(In millions)
$37.3
24%
FY2011-12 Budget
FY2012-13 Budget
($155.5 million)
($159.5 million)
$1.6 $7.1
$0.5
1%
5%
<1%
$54.9
35%
$66.4
42%
$3.2
2%
$48.0
30%
$0.9
1%
$14.5
9%
$12.9 $2.2
8%
2%
$21.5
14%
$16.9
$1.4 10%
$3.0
2%
$13.7
9%
Salaries & Benefits
Contingent Workers
Operating Expenses
Operating Capital Outlay
Contracted Services for Operational Support & Maint
Contracted Services for District Projects
Cooperative Funding / District Grants
$9.0 1%
5%
Aquifer Storage & Recovery Wells
Total ASR available:
105.5 MGD

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