South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force

Integrated Financial Plan (IFP)

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Report Purpose:

The Water Resources Development Act of 1996 lists as one of the duties of the Task Force "they shall prepare an integrated financial plan for the funds proposed to be expended by agencies and entities represented on the Task Force for the restoration, preservation, and protection of the South Florida ecosystem." The purpose of the IFP is to provide detailed information in the form of project sheets for over 250 federal, state, tribal and local restoration projects that contribute to the accomplishment of the vision, goals, subgoals, and objectives of the Task Force's Strategy for the restoration of the South Florida Ecosystem. The IFP shows detailed project information the project, measurable outputs, goals addressed, project synopsis and detailed budget information including estimate project costs, how much has been expended, start dates, end dates and which agencies are involved in the project.