The Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee released a 625-page agency reorganization package on Wednesday. Among other provisions, the bill creates Jobs Florida as a new state agency. Transferred to Jobs Florida are the Governor's Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development; from the Agency for Workforce Innovation, the Offices of Unemployment Compensation and Workforce Services; and from the Department of Community Affairs, the Florida Housing Finance Corporation, the Division of Housing and Community Development, and the Division of Community Planning. In addition, the bill reduces the time frame for when the Jobs Florida commissioner will recommend to the governor a business project for the quick action closing fund from 22 days to seven days. The application process for businesses seeking economic incentives also is shortened from 34 days to 24 days, and the application is expanded to include an evaluation of the amount of state incentives that might be available to the business.