Documents and Reports

Here you'll find a variety of information on the JOBZ program, from its governing legislation, to the current level of project activity, to important details about how the program has improved, to legal documents addressing court challenges made to the program.

Active Projects

Select the link below to view a listing of all active JOBZ projects to date.

The document is a broad overview of the active projects. It includes such information as the cities in which projects are located, the names of companies that are receiving JOBZ benefits, the confirmed amount of capital investment and the confirmed number of jobs created or retained.

View the report

Forms

The JOBZ Business Assistance Form is used only for annual status reports or updates on projects in a Job Opportunity Building Zone.

The JOBZ Actual Performance Attachment is used to supplement question number 33 on the JOBZ Business Assistance Form related to the goals for creating and retaining full-time or part-time jobs.

Legislation

Definitions.

469.310

Development plan.

469.311

Job opportunity building zones; limitations.

469.312

Application for designation.

469.313

Designation of job opportunity building zones.

469.314

Tax incentives available in zones.

469.315

Individual income tax exemption.

469.316

Corporate franchise tax exemption.

469.317

Jobs credit.

469.318

Repayment of tax benefits.

469.319

Breach of Agreements by Businesses That Continue to Operate in Zone.

469.3191

Prohibition Against Amendments to Business Subsidy Agreement.

469.3192

Certification of Continuing Eligibility for Jobz Benefits.

469.3193

Zone performance; remedies.

469.320

JOBZ expenditure limitations; audits.

469.3201

Annual Reports

Select the links below to download JOBZ annual report files in PDF format.

JOBZ 2013 Annual Report

JOBZ 2012 Annual Report

JOBZ 2011 Annual Report

Administrative Documents

Select the links below to download and view the following JOBZ-related legal and administrative documents

DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR'S REVIEW OF THE JOBZ PROGRAM

In 2008, the state's Office of Legislative Auditor evaluated the JOBZ program and found "significant problems" with the program's oversight, accountability and performance.

In the wake of the Legislative Auditor's review, DEED has modified the program to comply with the recommendations.

DOCUMENTS RELATED TO JOBZ LAWSUITS

The JOBZ program has been the subject of legal challenges. Following are documents program related lawsuits and the outcomes of those suits.