TALLAHASSEE, FLA. -- A watchdog group is asking for more transparency at Enterprise Florida.
The agency hands out millions of dollars to corporations every year in hopes of luring new jobs and Dan Krassner with Integrity Florida says there's a huge conflict of interest.
"Enterprise Florida board member companies receive Enterprise Florida tax incentives," he said. "Enterprise Florida board member companies serve as Enterprise Florida vendors."
Krassner says there's too much secrecy at Enterprise Florida, and no one can tell if those corporate hand-outs are really creating jobs.
But Governor Rick Scott says it's a delicate balancing act.
"It's a trade-off," he said. "We've gotta make sure we can compete with other states, but we've gotta make sure people know how their dollars are spent."
Last year, Enterprise Florida handed out $6 million worth of your tax money, without revealing where that money went.