The Department of Budget and Management Services is responsible for preparing and monitoring the Annual Appropriation Bill of Cook County and coordinates the development of annual and long-term budgetary projections.
The Department also coordinates the budgetary and central reporting for all grants awarded to County departments or agencies and the capital equipment program in the County. It also provides ongoing management services to department management.
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July 28, 2011 - Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and the Office of Budget and Management Services, released the preliminary budget estimates for 2012, projecting a shortfall of $315.21 million in the General Fund for 2012.
In addition to an initial projection of 2012 revenues and expenditures, the report also provides a mid-year estimate of current FY 2011 expenses and revenues through the end of the year.
2012 Preliminary Budget Report ("Cook 2012 Preliminary Budget Report.pdf" - 400 KB)
July 28, 2011 Press Release – President Preckwinkle Releases 2012 Preliminary Budget Estimates
The Cook County Annual Appropriation, also known as the County Budget, is available online, at no cost to the public.
Current and past year's Appropriation Bills are available for review online on the
Bureau of Finance> Annual Budget
The complete set of the current year's Annual Appropriation Books are available for review in the Budget Department Office during regular business hours.
The Executive Budget Recommendation and proposed amendments from the current year's budget are available in our
Finance, Bureau of
118 N. Clark Street Room 1100