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   paramedic,   Institutional   Security  Officer,  Chief,  Specialist,  or
   Supervisor  of  the  Department  of  Children and Families or Agency for
   Persons  with  Disabilities,  or  Department  of  Corrections' Certified
   Correctional  Officer,  Certified Correctional Probation Officer,  or IG
   Inspector.

   The   Department  of  Economic  Opportunity  must  develop  a  plan  for
   distribution  of  the  funds.  Applicable  state agencies and each local
   entity  must assist the department with the collection of necessary data
   and  provide  all  other  information  or  assistance  required  by  the
   department. At a minimum, the plan must address the following:

   (1)  The number and type of first responders employed by each applicable
   state agency and local entity.

   (2)  The  method  to  distribute the appropriate funds to the applicable
   state  agency  and  local  entity  to make the one-time bonus payment to
   eligible   individuals   in  the  most  efficient  and  quickest  manner
   available.

   (3)   The   estimated   cost  to  the  department  associated  with  the
   development, administration, and distribution of the funds.

   (4) Eligibility criteria, which must include at a minimum:

   (a)  The employee must currently be employed as of the effective date of
   this  section  and  have been employed continuously as a first responder
   for  at  least  six  months,  albeit continuous employment does not mean
   employment must have been with the same first responder agency.

   (b)  First  responders  who  were  deceased  as a result of actions that
   occurred  in  the  line  of  duty  and  who otherwise would have met the
   conditions  in  (a) had they maintained employment through the effective
   date  of this act are deemed eligible and their next of kin will receive
   the award.

   (c)  Other  criteria  deemed  essential  by  the department to determine
   eligibility and make payments.

   The  Department  of  Economic  Opportunity  shall submit the plan to the
   Executive  Office  of  the  Governor's  Office of Policy and Budget, the
   chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and the chair of the House
   Appropriations  Committee by October 1, 2022. The Department of Economic
   Opportunity  is  authorized  to  submit  budget  amendments, pursuant to
   Chapter  216,  Florida  Statutes,  as  necessary for the distribution of
   funds  to applicable state and local entities. Funds must be distributed
   to individuals as soon as possible.

   FLORIDA JOB GROWTH GRANT
   The  nonrecurring  sum  of $100,000,000 is appropriated from the General
   Revenue  Fund  to the Department of Economic Opportunity for the Florida
   Job Growth Grant Fund pursuant to section 288.101, Florida Statutes.

   CITRUS PROMOTION FUNDING
   The  nonrecurring  sum  of  $15,000,000 is appropriated from the General
   Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department of Citrus to expand the eCommerce and
   digital marketing program, pursuant to Chapter 600, Florida Statutes.

   PINEY POINT
   The  nonrecurring  sum  of $100,000,000 is appropriated from the General
   Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department  of Environmental Protection in Fixed
   Capital  Outlay  to  continue  the  stabilization,  water treatment, and
   closure of the Piney Point facility.

   FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD ARMORIES
   The  nonrecurring  sum  of  $87,500,000 is appropriated from the General
   Revenue  Fund  to  the  Department  of Military Affairs in Fixed Capital
   Outlay  to  construct  new  readiness centers in Homestead, Malabar, and
   Gainesville  and to expand the existing readiness center in Miramar.  Of
   the  funds  appropriated, $27,000,000 shall be used for the construction
   of  a  new  readiness  center  to accommodate the 50th RSG Headquarters,
   A/146th Expeditionary Signal Battalion and the 870th Engineer Company in
   Homestead, $25,500,000 shall be used to construct a new readiness center
   in  Malabar,  $25,500,000  shall  be  used  to construct a new readiness
   center  in  Gainesville,  and  $9,500,000  shall  be  used to expand the
   existing readiness center in Miramar.

   MENTAL HEALTH FORENSIC BEDS
   The  nonrecurring  sum  of  $36,100,000 is appropriated from the General