COOK COUNTY EXECUTIVE BUDGET RECOMMENDATION

VOLUME ONE
TONI PRECKWINKLE
President, Cook County Board Of Commissioners FY2018
Office of the President
Board of Commissioners of Cook County
118 Nort h Cla rk Str e e t
Chicago, Illinois 60602
(312) 603-6400
TDD: (312) 603-5255
Toni Preckwinkle
PRESIDENT

To the Residents of Cook County:

I am pleased to present to you the Cook County Executive Budget Recommendation for Fiscal Year 2018.

This proposed $5 billion budget reflects our ongoing commitment to making Cook County healthier, safer and more efficient.
We must continue our progress in expanding insurance coverage and critical health services to all residents, regardless
of need. We must continue our progress in reducing the Cook County Jail population, ensuring that we are not needlessly
detaining non-violent persons accused of crimes in the jail simply because they cannot afford bond. This longstanding
practice is expensive to taxpayers and does not materially improve public safety. And we must continue our progress in
pursuing innovative partnerships with non-profits that, together with Cook County government, invest in our most vulner-
able communities, bridging service gaps and meeting resident needs where they live. This investment is critical in the fights
against food, housing and employment insecurity. And as I’ve often said, the economic potential of Cook County will never
be fully realized if we let certain communities fail while others thrive, because we are unwilling to do the difficult work of
confronting our structural socioeconomic issues.

Cook County has a proud legacy of service as the social safety net for our residents, especially when other levels of govern-
ment pull back on their commitments. The State of Illinois owes Cook County $186 million as of the end of July, and we’ve
had to budget around the shortfalls we anticipate when Springfield is either unwilling or late in meeting its financial obliga-
tions to us. Yet Cook County government is making the tough decisions necessary to meet our moral and fiscal obligations,
protecting vital services to residents while also producing the eighth balanced budget of my tenure as president.

I understand there are residents who are unhappy with the sweetened beverage tax approved by the Cook County Board of
Commissioners last year. These opponents to the tax question the County’s need for more revenue. But I’d like to remind our
residents that since I took office in 2010, we have shrunk the Cook County workforce by 10 percent. Last fiscal year alone, we
reduced our workforce by approximately one 1 percent across the board. And we have closed budget gaps of $1.9 billion and
cut nearly $700 million in expenditures. So when people call on us to reduce our ranks even further, make no mistake that
the people who will receive layoff notices are doctors, nurses, and those who work in public safety positions.

Almost half of Cook County’s budget is spent on public health, which is one reason choosing a public health-related tax of
choice was considered and ultimately approved. In recent years, Cook County Health and Hospitals System (CCHHS) has

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become a system of choice as opposed to of last resort, while also reducing the cost burden to taxpayers. As a result of
the Affordable Care Act, and technological advancements embraced by CCHHS to make health care delivery more efficient,
we have reduced its taxpayer allocation by 75% over the seven years of my tenure. Investing and encouraging healthier
residents now creates long-term savings for the County because sicker patients are much more expensive to treat. Even
with a significant increase in the number of insured patients, Cook County still provides 45 percent of the charity care in the
County, even though our hospitals are a fraction of the 72 hospitals located here.

I believe this budget proposal, which includes revenue and spending approved by the Board last year, is reasonable,
responsible and responsive. I look forward to continuing the great progress we’ve made together.

Sincerely,

Toni Preckwinkle
Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) presented a
Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to Cook County, Illinois, for its Annual Budget for the fiscal
year beginning December 1, 2016. In order to receive this award, a governmental unit must publish a
budget document that meets program criteria as a policy document, as a financial plan, as an opera-
tions guide, and as a communication device.

The award is valid for a period of one year only. We believe our current budget continues to conform to
program requirements, and we are submitting it to GFOA to determine its eligibility for another award.
TABLE OF CONTENTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT
LISTING OF COMMISSIONERS AND ELECTED OFFICIALS VI
COOK COUNTY ORGANIZATIONAL CHART VIII

RESIDENTS GUIDE
INTRODUCTION 1
FISCAL YEAR 2018 COOK COUNTY BUDGET OVERVIEW 3
CLOSING THE PRELIMINARY GAP 6
FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET POLICY GOALS 7
COOK COUNTY LONG-TERM REVENUE AND EXPENSE FORECAST 12
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 18
FUND BALANCE STATEMENT 22
BUDGET PROCESS 23

REVENUE ESTIMATE
INTRODUCTION TO REVENUE 27
REVENUE BY SOURCE 29
NON-PROPERTY TAXES 31
GENERAL FUND FEES 37
HEALTH ENTERPRISE FUND 39
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 41
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES 42
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 43
REVENUE BY SOURCE - TABLE 45
INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS 46

PROPOSED EXPENDITURES
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 55
EXPENDITURES BY TYPE 57
OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY FUND 59
SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS, ELECTION FUND & GRANT EXPENDITURES 63
2018 EXECUTIVE BUDGET RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY 64
EXECUTIVE BUDGET RECOMMENDATION BY AREA PIE CHART 65
BUDGET SUMMARY TABLES 66

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GRANTS
GRANTS OVERVIEW 113
GRANTS SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS 124
BUDGETED GRANTS 125

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
OVERVIEW OF CAPITAL BUDGET 259
DEBT OVERVIEW 263
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CAPITAL AND OPERATING BUDGETS 269
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS 275
CORPORATE PORTFOLIO 293
HEALTH AND HOSPITALS PORTFOLIO 293
PUBLIC SAFETY PORTFOLIO 294
TRANSPORTATION & HIGHWAY CAPITAL PLAN 304
FY2018 BUDGET 310
2018-2022 SPENDING PRIORITIES 323
CAPITAL EQUIPMENT PROGRAM 337

RESOLUTION 351

POLICIES
BUDGET POLICIES 366
COOK COUNTY ANTI-FRAUD POLICY 376

APPENDIXES
APPENDIX A: COUNTY PROFILE 381
COUNTY PROFILE 381
APPENDIX B: GLOSSARY 387
ACRONYMS 395
APPENDIX C: DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY 397
APPENDIX D: CHART OF ACCOUNTS 405

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COOK COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

PRESIDENT OF THE COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

HONORABLE TONI PRECKWINKLE
PRESIDENT, COOK COUNTY BOARD
County Building
118 N. Clark Street, Room 537
Chicago, IL  60602-1304
312-603-6400
www.cookcountygov.com
In addition to presiding at county board meetings, the President of the Cook County Board of Commissioners, as Chief
Executive of the County (Const. Art. 7 § 4 (b)), is responsible for preparing the Annual Executive Budget (submitted to the
Board for final approval) and the administration of the County government, except for the responsibilities held by other
elected officials. With the consent of the Board, the President appoints the heads of County departments falling under
the Board’s jurisdiction.

COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
County Building
118 N. Clark Street, 5th Floor., Room 567
Chicago, IL  60602-1304
312-603-6398
Richard R. Boykin.........................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 1st District
Dennis Deer ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 2nd District
Jerry Butler.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 3rd District
Stanley Moore................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 4th District
Deborah Sims.................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 5th District
Edward M Moody.........................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 6th District
Jesus G. Garcia...............................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 7th District
Luis Arroyo Jr..................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 8th District
Peter N. Silvestri...........................................................................................................................................................................................................(R) 9th District
Bridget Gainer................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 10th District
John P. Daley....................................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 11th District
John A. Fritchey ............................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 12th District
Larry Suffredin ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 13th District
Gregg Goslin...................................................................................................................................................................................................................(R) 14th District
Timothy O. Schneider ...............................................................................................................................................................................................(R) 15th District
Jeffrey R. Tobolski .......................................................................................................................................................................................................(D) 16th District
Sean M. Morrison ........................................................................................................................................................................................................(R) 17th District

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 OTHER COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS

COOK COUNTY ASSESSOR COOK COUNTY RECORDER OF DEEDS
HONORABLE JOSEPH BERRIOS HONORABLE KAREN YARBROUGH
Room 314, County Bldg. Room 120, County Bldg.
118 N. Clark Street 118 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL  60602 Chicago, IL  60602
312-443-7550 312-603-5050

COOK COUNTY BOARD OF COOK COUNTY SHERIFF
REVIEW COMMISSIONERS HONORABLE THOMAS J. DART
HONORABLE DAN PATLAK  Room 704, Daley Center
HONORABLE LARRY R. ROGERS, JR. 50 W. Washington
Chicago, IL  60602
HONORABLE MICHAEL M. CABONARGI 312-603-6444
Room 601, County Bldg.
118 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL  60602 COOK COUNTY STATE’S ATTORNEY
312-603-5542
HONORABLE KIMBERLY M. FOXX
Suite 3200
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 69 W. Washington
Chicago, IL  60602
HONORABLE DOROTHY BROWN 312-603-1880
Room 1001, Daley Center
50 W. Washington
Chicago, IL  60602 COOK COUNTY TREASURER
312-603-5031
HONORABLE MARIA PAPPAS
Room 112, County Bldg.
COOK COUNTY CLERK 118 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL  60602
HONORABLE DAVID D. ORR 312-443-5100
Suite 500
69 W. Washington
Chicago, IL  60602
312-603-5656

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2018 COOK COUNTY ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

CITIZENS OF COOK COUNTY CITIZENS OF COOK COUNTY

OFFICE OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
SHERIFF
CHIEF JUDGE TREASURER REVIEW ASSESSOR

DEPARTMENT COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OF ASSESSOR SPECIAL
ADULT PROBATION JUDICIARY TREASURER TAX
ADMINISTRATION CORRECTIONS REVENUE FUND
AUTOMATION FUND

ERRONEOUS
WOMEN’S JUSTICE FORENSIC CLINICAL HOMESTEAD
POLICE DEPARTMENT SOCIAL SERVICE
SERVICES FUND SERVICES EXEMPTIONS FUND

COURT SERVICES INFORMATION
DIVISION TECHNOLOGY JUVENILE PROBATION PUBLIC GUARDIAN

OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL
REVIEW, PROF. INTEGRITY & VEHICLE PURCHASE PROBATION SERVICE PROBATION AND COURT
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS FUND FEE FUND SERVICES FUND

PHARMACEUTICAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL
AGREEMENT/ CIRCUIT COURT
DISPOSAL FUND MENTAL HEALTH FUND
ETSB DISPUTE RESOLUTION

MERIT BOARD CHILDREN’S WAITING
PEER COURT FUND
ROOM

DRUG COURT FUND

JUVENILE TEMPORARY
DETENTION CENTER
(JTDC)
CITIZENS OF COOK COUNTY CITIZENS OF COOK COUNTY

COOK COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY BOARD RECORDER OF STATE’S CLERK OF THE PUBLIC
COUNTY CLERK BOARD OF ELECTION
PRESIDENT DEEDS ATTORNEY CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATOR
COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERS

BUREAU OF
ADMINISTRATION CIRCUIT COURT
COUNTY CLERK DOCUMENT STORAGE NARCOTICS CIRCUIT COURT DOCUMENT STORAGE
ADMINISTRATIVE
AUTOMATION FUND SYSTEM FUNDS FOFEITURE AUTOMATION FUND FUND
FUND

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
COUNTY CLERK
BAD CHECK DIVERSION ELECTION CITATION
ELECTION DIVISION GIS FUND
FUND
FUND
BUREAU OF FINANCE

BUREAU OF HUMAN RENTAL HOUSING
RESOURCES SUPPORT FEE FUND

BUREAU OF
TECHNOLOGY

COUNTY AUDITOR

ASSET
MANAGEMENT

COOK COUNTY HEALTH
& HOSPITALS

ADMINISTRATIVE
HEARING BOARD

PUBLIC DEFENDER

INSPECTOR GENERAL
Elected and Appointed Officials

DEPARTMENT OF
Agencies reporting to elected officials other than the
HUMAN RIGHTS
AND ETHICS
President

COOK COUNTY LAND Agencies reporting to the President
BANK AUTHORITY
INTRODUCTION
Cook County government provides vital services for 5.2 million residents of northeastern Illinois, including the city of
Chicago, surrounding suburbs and unincorporated areas of Cook County. These services include:
n A system of public hospitals and ambulatory clinics
n Protection of persons and property services that include policing, corrections, and administration of justice through
the Circuit Court System
n Property valuation and administration of property taxes for the County and all underlying municipalities, townships,
school districts and other jurisdictions
n Economic development activities, including transportation infrastructure development and maintenance
n Election administration and vital records management
n Finance, administration and other central governmental service

For Fiscal Year 2018 the Executive Budget Recommendation proposes a $5.36B spending plan, which is driven by a
number of policy goals to enhance the County’s services:
n Improve public health outcomes by expanding Medicaid coverage and investing in outpatient services to ensure vital
health care access for the most vulnerable residents of the County.
n Foster a justice system that focuses on reducing recidivism and pretrial detention by investing in violence prevention
programs, electronic monitoring, I-bonds, probationary and pretrial services.
n Provide economic development opportunities for impoverished communities in suburban Cook County through job
trainings programs, public infrastructure funding and affordable housing
n Invest in highway and transportation infrastructure to ensure the County maintains its competitiveness as the
Midwest’s key distribution and logistics hub
n Modernize delivery of County services by investing in technology infrastructure that will streamline operations across
agencies and allow residents to interact with County government electronically
n Promote a long-term plan for fiscal sustainability to address legacy liabilities and preserve essential public safety and
public health services by reducing County government’s real estate footprint, sustain reductions in workforce,
meticulous management of health benefit costs and elimination of redundant programs.

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TRENDS AFFECTING FISCAL PLANNING
In recent years, Cook County has pushed to restructure and modernize services to moderate costs while improving services.
Used as a baseline to plan for the FY2018 budget, a preliminary forecast prepared in June 2017 identified a $97.6 million gap
between revenues and expenditures. In July 2017, the State of Illinois finally passed a budget after almost 2 years, which had
additional negative impacts to the County totaling $17.6 million for FY 2018. This additional negative impact increased the
budgetary gap to $115.2 million for FY2018. This projection assumed a flat operating tax allocation for the Cook County Health
and Hospitals System of $111.5 million; included the full year impact of labor costs increases given in 2017 as part of the
2012-2017 labor agreements; increased debt service by $10 million to fund the capital program; increased expenditures on
technology and system maintenance, reserve for claims and health benefits increases.

Although the County has a diverse revenue base, expenditures rise over time due to inflationary pressures (with medical
trends for health benefits, annual cost increases on specialtyFY17
medications
Projected
Revenues andAmount
technology contracts,
% and several other
categories of expenditures traditionally growing faster than general inflation across the nation) whereas natural growth
Declining $305,046,298 12.4%
Failing to keep
in revenues struggle to keep pace. A number of critical revenuepacesources
with
inflation
are$757,297,422
declining over30.7%
time or growing at rates below
general inflation. This makes structurally balancing the budget difficult
Growing withand necessitates difficult decisions. Additionally,
$1,125,589,990 45.6%
economy
the Property Tax levy has not historically kept pace with inflation,
Other
and accordingly the value of the gross property tax levy
will continue to decline net of inflation. General Fund revenues are expected to grow by $7611.3%
Growth/Decline $278,928,878
patterns
million entirely driven by a $127
million increase associated with the full year implementationGrand
of theTotal*
Sweetened Beverage Tax.
$2,466,862,588 100.0%Absent this tax, year-over-
year revenues available to the General Fund toward general operations would decline by $51 million in FY2018.

FY17 Projected
Amount % $10
Revenues
$5
Declining $305,046,298 12.4% $0

Failing to keep -$5

pace with
Millions

$757,297,422 30.7% -$10

inflation -$15
-$20
Growing with
$1,125,589,990 45.6% -$25
economy -$30
-$35
Other
-$40
Growth/Decline $278,928,878 11.3%
patterns FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20
Grand Total* $2,466,862,588 100.0% County Treasurer Clerk of Circuit Court Cigare�e Tax Sheriff

The County anticipates a continued decline in overall revenues and inflationary growth in expenditures in coming years
and is taking steps toward long-term fiscal responsibility and preserving critical public safety and health services. Full Time
Equivalent (FTE) positions are budgeted to decrease by 254 or an additional 1% in the General Fund in FY2018 versus FY2017.
Added$10to previous reductions, the County’s overall workforce will be 10.3% smaller since 2010.
$5
$0
-$5
Millions

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-$15
-$20
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E XECUTIVE SUMMARY

All Funds Total Full-Time Equivalents Since 2010
26,000

25,613.1

25,500

25,000

24,500
Full-Time Equivalents

23,984.9
24,000

23,659.4 23,705.8
23,649.7

23,500 23,439.2
23,233.4
23,168.9
22,979.1
23,000

22,500

22,000

21,500
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

FISCAL YEAR 2018 COOK COUNTY BUDGET OVERVIEW
Cook County receives operating revenues from several sources, primarily through Property Taxes, Fees, Sales and other
Non-Property Taxes, Grants, and dedicated Special Purpose Fund revenues. Each of these revenue sources is detailed in the
Revenue Estimates section. Revenues are allocated to the County’s five service areas of health care, public safety, property
and taxation, economic development, and finance and administration. Operating expenses such as building utility payments
and technology maintenance costs are categorized as fixed charges. Finally, bond and interest payments and the County’s
pension expenses are also major operating expenditures. The charts below detail the proposed FY2018 revenue sources and
the proposed allocation of the revenues.

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Where The Dollars Come From Where The Dollars Go
Finance and Administration,
$305.5

Fixed Charges & Others, $1,033.4

Economic Development, $125.6

Property and Taxation, $135.8

Healthcare, $2,110.1

Public Saftey, $1,636.1

*Includes Tax Increment Financing Surplus Total (In Millions): 5,346.6
Total (In Millions): $5,346.6

Cook County’s operations are funded primarily through the General Fund and the Health Enterprise Fund. The General Fund
contains two basic funds: Corporate and Public Safety. The Corporate Fund includes those departments that perform admin-
istrative and management functions, economic development, as well as certain services provided directly to the public
under the Offices of the President and the Property and Taxation offices. The Public Safety Fund includes judicial and law
enforcement agencies, and the Health Enterprise Fund contains departments related to the provision of public healthcare.

In addition to the General Fund and Health Enterprise Fund, the County utilizes special purpose funds that have dedicated
revenues, generally fees, earmarked for a specific purpose. Significant special purpose funds include: GIS Fee Fund, Law
Library, and several automation funds that affect different County agencies. Together, the General Fund, Health Enterprise
Fund, grants, and special purpose funds are referred to as the operating budget.

Cook County’s total FY2018 operating budget is $4.9 billion, an increase of $512 million or 11.6% from FY2017. This is primarily
due to higher health care claims costs associated with the projected CountyCare program membership increases.
Additionally, despite a 254 decrease in positions, spending increases year-over-year due to a continued movement of
capital equipment purchases into the General Fund versus the County’s historic practice of debt funding such purchases,
along with the compounding impact of the FY2017 approved increases from the final year of a five-year collective bargaining
agreement that called for negotiated wage increases.

To avoid potential confusion, the distinction between the operating and total budget should be emphasized. The operating
budget of $4.9 million is the total budget less appropriations for a separate Capital Budget of $476.5 million. Capital Budget
appropriations are funded primarily by the proceeds from County bond issues, operating funds (pay-as-you-go) and Motor
Fuel Tax revenues received from the State of Illinois. The service life of capital improvements is delivered over a period
longer than the fiscal year and results in the County obtaining a capital asset.

The Health Fund increases by 29% overall, driven primarily by the increased membership in CountyCare to a monthly
average of 225,000 members from roughly 140,000 in FY2017, because of the State of Illinois’ realignment of the managed
care program. The local taxpayer operating tax allocation to the Health Fund decrease by $1.5 million or 1.4% from 2017,
continuing a trend that started in President Preckwinkle’s first 2011 budget and Health Fund operating tax allocation have
declined by 77.4% since 2010, while still providing over half of a billion dollars in uncompensated care.

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E XECUTIVE SUMMARY

Direct Operating Tax Allocation
in millions
300
250
200
214 193 191
150
110 93 7
100 41 29
50 80 83 103
63 61 61 65 71
-
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

Tax Allocation for Hospital and Ambulatory
Tax Allocation for Public Health and Correctional Health

Uncompensated Care provided by CCHHS
$600.0 $561.0 $553.0
$543.0
$502.0 $503.0
$500.0
$450.0

$400.0 $370.0
$342.0

$300.0

$200.0

$100.0

$0.0
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

STATE BUDGET IMPACT
The State of Illinois finally passed a budget in July 2017 after 2 years. Although, it is expected that the state will finally beginn
to catch up on its outstanding payables, as of July it owed the County $186 million in revenue for Medicaid fees, reimburse-
ments for grants and adult probation related services. In addition, the state began charging a 2% administrative fee for
collecting the County’s Home Rule Sales Tax, resulting in a negative impact of $15 million annually. Since the State’s fiscal
year ends June 30th, 2018, the County will continue to monitor developments for the State’s FY2019 budget and is committed
to making adjustments if necessary during our FY2018, which ends on November 30, 2018.

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CLOSING THE PRELIMINARY GAP
Through collaboration between the Board of Commissioners, County elected officials and employees; the 2018 Budget
Recommendation incorporates cost reductions, revenue growth, and management initiatives which will continue to bolster
the stability of the County’s finances. In order to come to a balanced budget recommendation, the County faced difficult
choices that balance the services we provide to County residents, foremost of all the safety of the public, the mandates of
the agencies, and the ability to provide a fiscally sound and financially stable government.

Closing the 2018 Budget Gap (in Millions)

Personnel
Expenditure
Health Fund General Fund Reductions,
Expenditures, Revenues, 30
1,701.4  Management Initiatives,  5.50 
1,924.2 
GF Revenue Increases,  9.20 
GF Organic Revenue Growth, 12.00
FY2018 Preliminary Gap,  115.3 

Health Fund  Health
Revenues, Revenue
1,642.8  General Fund Increase,
Expenditures, 58.60 
1,980.9 

EXPENDITURE REDUCTIONS
A total of $35.5 million in cost reductions are included in the FY2018 Budget Recommendation. These are mainly comprised
of $18 million in position eliminations and $10.8 million in health benefits related costs savings by continued management
of dependent eligibility, enhanced generic pharmaceutical utilization and preferred formulary program related rebates. An
additional, $3 million in savings are expected from closure of a center at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center as the
youth population continues to decline and $2.5 million in savings from program elimination and real estate consolidations.

REVENUES THAT EXCEEDED PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES
The health fund revenue is expected to grow by $58.6 million because of increased CountyCare membership growth from
140,000 per month in FY2017 to 225,000 in FY2018. This increase comes through strategic acquisitions and realignment of
the State of Illinois’ managed care program. Additionally, in recent years the County’s Department of Revenue has increased
its enforcement efforts to maximize compliance of the County’s Home Rule Taxes, resulting in an additional $10 million
projected revenue because of these initiatives. Beyond that the County expects an additional $9.2 million mainly through
increased reimbursements for probation officer salaries and one-time settlements.

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Fiscal Year 2018 Summary of Activities by Fund Type

Revenues and Other Funding
Revenue and Other Health Enterprise
General Fund Special Purpose Fund Grants Capital Programs Election Fund Debt Service Fund Annuity & Benefits Total All Funds
FundingType Fund

Property Taxes* $185.4 $82.8 $43.0 $280.4 $167.9 $759.6

Sales Tax $779.2 $779.2

Fees $217.7 $1,943.1 $75.2 $2,236.0

Non Property Taxes $678.7 $27.2 $1.9 $707.7
Intergovernmental
$41.5 $2.1 $43.6
Revenues**
Miscellaneous Revenues $34.7 $33.0 $67.7

Other Funding Sources $11.0 $11.0

Grants $224.8 $224.8

Debt Proceeds $342.5 $342.5

Motor Fuel Tax $43.3 $87.7 $131.0

Personal Property
$43.5 $43.5
Replacement Tax (PPRT)

Revenue Total: $1,948.2 $2,053.1 $153.3 $224.8 $432.3 $43.0 $280.4 $211.4 $5,346.6

Expenditures
Health Enterprise
Control Officer General Fund Special Purpose Fund Grants Capital Programs Election Fund Debt Service Fund Annuity & Benefits Total All Funds
Fund
Health and Hospital
$2,047.7 $10.0 $17.2 $2,075.0
System
Offices Under the
$217.9 $62.3 $146.7 $426.8
President
Cook County Board of
$8.3 $8.3
Commissioners
Assessor $27.5 $3.0 $30.5

Board of Review $11.5 $11.5
Board of Election
$17.7 $17.7
Commissioners
Chief Judge $264.2 $11.3 $3.3 $278.9

Clerk of the Circuit Court $105.6 $18.3 $2.8 $126.7

County Clerk $11.2 $1.6 $1.0 $25.3 $39.1

Recorder of Deeds $7.1 $5.4 $12.5

Sherriff $625.4 $2.1 $14.2 $641.7

States Attorney $123.3 $1.8 $26.8 $151.8

Treasurer $1.1 $11.5 $12.7

Land Bank Authority $17.9 $2.7 $20.5
Independent Inspector
$2.1 $2.1
General
Public Administrator $1.4 $1.4

Fixed Charges** $521.1 $280.4 $211.4 $1,012.9

Capital Equipment Plan $20.5 $5.4 $4.6 $6.1 $83.4 $120.0

Capital Improvement Plan $1.5 $258.3 $259.8
Highway Improvement
$3.6 $2.6 $90.5 $96.7
Plan
Expenditure Total: $1,948.2 $2,053.1 $153.3 $224.8 $432.3 $43.0 $280.4 $211.4 $5,346.6

FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET POLICY GOALS
The FY2018 budget facilitates the primary policy goals of Cook County in the areas of fiscal responsibility, innovative leader-
ship, transparency and accountability, and improved services. These include stabilizing the County’s finances, reforming the
county’s criminal justice system, invest in highway and transportation infrastructure, modernize Cook County Government
through technology investments, and transforming the public health system to increase its focus on more effective and
patient friendly inpatient care.

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FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
The FY2018 budget recommendation continues to emphasize long-term fiscal sustainability while preserving crucial public
health and safety services. The County will continue to address its primary long-term challenges in this budget: legacy debt
service, the Pension Fund’s shortfall, and infrastructure funding.

The County has sought to limit the issuance of long-term debt, and has reduced bonded debt outstanding by 10.3% since
2011. This focus on reducing bonded indebtedness has been coupled with a focus on advocating for comprehensive pension
reform, providing the public and Board of Commissioners with a long-term capital budget and debt forecast, and a long-
range transportation plan, the County’s first since 1940. This approach was necessitated by the significant debt burden
the County faced upon President Preckwinkle assuming office, as well as the Pension Fund’s unfunded accrued actuarial
liability of $5.9 billion, or net pension liability of $15.3 billion based on recently adopted accounting standards. In the FY2018
Executive Budget Recommendation, the County continues to incorporate its long-term sustainable plans to address each of
these challenges and promote fiscal stability for Cook County government and the services it provides to County residents.

The County began consolidating two County warehouses during 2017 that will create an estimated annual operating savings
of $1.46 million in future years. The plan will reduce the County’s footprint by 495,000 square feet, the equivalent of nine
acres or almost seven football fields, by FY2018 as the County will shutter one of three current warehouses. Beyond that, the
demolition of three jail divisions remains on track along with consolidation of clinical and administrative space at the Health
campus. This plan is expected to result in a 1 million square foot reduction by the end of 2018.

Since 2011, annual revenue from leasing space at the Dunne Building (69 W. Washington) has increased by $2 million by
leasing the 4th, 34th and 35th floors. In FY2018 the County projects to receive $6.8 million in lease revenues in 2018, an
increase of 121% since 2013 by leasing out excess space.

Reduction in Square Footage
20.20
20.00
19.80
19.60
19.40
19.20
19.00
18.80
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18

INNOVATIVE LEADERSHIP
Public Safety Reforms:
The Public Safety Fund includes the Sheriff’s Office, the States Attorney’s Office, the Public Defender’s Office, the Office of the
Chief Judge, the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC), and comprises 34% of the
total budget. In FY2018, the Executive Recommendation for Public Safety Fund portion of the General Fund is $1.38 billion.
Several investments were made in this area to achieve compliance with mandates, meet the needs presented by legislative
requirements and to improve public safety and access to justice.

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CCDOC Divisional Population
10,500

10,000

9,500

9,000

8,500

8,000

7,500

7,000

6,500

6,000
Jul-13

Jul-14

Jul-15

Jul-16

Jul-17
Mar-12

Jul-12

May-14

May-15

May-17
May-12

May-13

Nov-13

Nov-14

Nov-15

May-16

Nov-16
Jan-12

Jan-13
Mar-13

Jan-14
Mar-14

Jan-15
Mar-15

Jan-16
Mar-16

Jan-17
Mar-17
Sep-12
Nov-12

Sep-13

Sep-14

Sep-15

Sep-16
The County is also working with the Office of the Chief Judge to reduce its footprint at the Juvenile Temporary Detention
Center (JTDC). The center has a functional capacity of 382 youths in 9 centers and at one point the population was over 400
youths. Since 2004, there has been a sustained reduction in the average daily population due to various reforms:

n Legislation limiting the automatic transfers of youth to adult court

n Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative (JDAI)

n Weekend detention hearing with an improved screening tool

With this sustained reduction, the JTDC can close a center, saving approx. $3 million annually. With Cook County at an inflec-
tion point in criminal justice, this fiscally responsible budget continues to prevent destructive cuts that could endanger
current reform efforts while supporting our criminal justice system. It also enables the County to double its investment in
community-based anti-violence efforts, with over $14 million in community based grants provided since 2014.

Juvenile Temporary Detention Center
Average Daily Population
500
477

450 443
427

402 406
400 Populatio # of # of JTDC Capacity
Populatio
n Staffed Staffed
372
n
20% PODs Centers
350
386 463 28 9 325 77 386 77 326
375 450 28 9 75 375 75 308
300 363 436 28 9 73 292 363 73 292
352 423 28 9 71 352 71270
341 409 28 9 68 341 258 68
250 66 239
330 396 28 9 330 66
318 382 28 9 64 318 64
200 307 369 27 9 62 307 62
2004 296
2005 355 2007 26 2008
2006 9
2009 2010 59 2011296 2012 592013 2014 2015 2016 2017
285 342 25 8 57 285 57 (Sept)

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Highway and Transportation Investments:
The FY2018 budget continues to promote investments in highway and transportation infrastructure to ensure the County
maintains its competitiveness as the Midwest’s key distribution and logistics hub. In 2017 the Department of Highway and
Transportation allocated $100 million in infrastructure improvements and is planning to invest an additional $387M over the
next five years. This became possible by the County taking the important step of stopping its decades old practice of Motor Fuel
Tax diversion for allowable public safety purposes and reinstating it for highway and transportation needs in 2016.

TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Technology has the power to reshape Cook County Government, breaking silos and streamlining how County business gets
done. We are closing the gap created by the historic neglect of IT and the new systems bring innovative improvements in our
core mission of health care, justice, and economic development. Through technology, we will secure our data and infrastructure
against assaults both natural and malicious. In 2017 Cook County was named 5th of the Top 10 Digital Counties with a popula-
tion of one million or more residents by the Center of Digital Government.

The majority of Cook County’s data still resides in hardcopy stored in warehouses. While in recent years the County’s operations
were improved through leveraging digital tools, many of these operations still follow practices and procedures designed for the
age of typewriters and filing cabinets. The County has made great progress in the last seven years, but we have vast potential
for further improvement. We have moved from digital as an afterthought to digital as a primary concern, which was no small
feat, but now we must continue the journey to digital by default.

The Public Safety agencies continue their technological transformation. The Clerk of Circuit Court recently awarded a $36
million contract for a new Case Management System which will replace a 40-year mainframe system, with the project’s first
phase for electronic filing for civil cases planned in FY2018. The Public Defender’s Office is implementing its new case manage-
ment system, eDefender. It will allow for electronic tracking of case assignments. New cases will be created in the system
through an automated feed of data from the court which passes through the County’s Enterprise Service Bus. The Integrated
Justice system, based on the County’s Enterprise Service Bus (Service Bus) platform, was launched in 2017 with its first data
exchange between the Clerk of Circuit Court and State’s Attorney’s Offices. This new integration technology connects the public
safety agencies by translating and routing shared data between the agencies. In FY2018 several new exchanges will be added,
most notably the exchange between the Sheriff’s Office and the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC). Each new exchange
will improve communications between the justice and public safety agencies ensuring quality, accuracy, accessibility and time-
liness of criminal history information while also helping to address the policy problem of communication errors with real-world
consequences for those in the criminal justice system. In FY2018, Cook County will meet its primary objective to reduce the
number of failures to appear in court with the implementation of an Automated Court Reminder System (ACRS). Cook County
trial defendants will have the ability to self-register via a secured web portal and receive reminders of their individual court
dates. The Service Bus and web portal will interface with the County Interactive Voice Response (IVR) to perform automated
robo-calls and alert the defendant of their upcoming trial dates.

In FY2018, the Integrated Property Tax System will go live for the Cook County Assessor’s Office, a culmination of a landmark
collaboration effort between the County’s property and taxation agencies. In addition to creating an improved central data-
base of the County’s 1.8 million land parcels and all of the related data behind each parcel from five different County agencies,
the Integrated Property Tax System will also provide more streamlined ways of processing land services across agencies.
Similarly, the final phase of the Integrated Revenue system will be completed, adding the remaining tax types. Beyond that,

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several ongoing Enterprise application projects will be augmented with new functionality. The Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP) system will launch, adding HR, Payroll, Benefits, Inventory, Contract Management, Self-Service, Mobile Supply Chain, and
Performance Management features to that Countywide system to effectively manage Finance and Human Resources business
processes. In early 2018, all employees will be utilizing the Cook County Time (CCT) biometric Time and Attendance system,
which is improving both leave and schedule management while reducing the potential for fraud and time loss.

 

IMPROVED SERVICES
The Cook County Health and Hospitals System (CCHHS) will continue efforts related to the managed care program known as
CountyCare, a healthcare option made possible by the Affordable Care Act. Prior to the program’s implementation, approxi-
mately 63% of patients served by CCHHS were not insured and limited in their ability to pay for medical treatment; data
through August 2017 indicates that the self-pay population has declined to 39% of total CCHHS patients in 2017. Membership
projections for 2018 forecast 225,000 CountyCare members per month up from 140,000 members in 2017. The CountyCare
program is expected to generate more than $1,205 million in revenue, which is used to pay claims costs for member care. In
addition to caring for CountyCare patients, CCHHS continues to increase its contracts with managed care health plans and
commercial insurers to further drive new reimbursement to the system.

Insurance Status of CCHHS Patients
100%
90%
80% 37%
70% 52% 60% 61%
65% 66%
60%
50%
40%
30% 63%
20% 48% 40% 39%
35% 34%
10%
0%
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Uninsured/ self pay Insured

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CCHHS will continue to expand the integration of behavioral health services into primary care in order to reduce unneces-
sary and costly emergency room visits, invest in new and existing clinical services and facilities, bolster the Patient Support
Center to improve patient experience and utilization of services, develop more comprehensive care coordination services at
the provider level through enhanced pre-registration, and improve standardized data and reporting capabilities. The Health
and Hospitals System is also increasing nursing staffing to improve quality and the patient experience while also reducing
overtime.

COOK COUNTY LONG-TERM REVENUE AND EXPENSE FORECAST
Pursuant to Executive Order 2012-01, Cook County prepares a long-term financial forecast to support responsible long-term
planning. The County’s $4.9 billion operating budget helps support vital public safety, public health and property tax related
services for its residents. Although the County has a diverse revenue base, expenditures rise over time due to inflationary
pressures (with medical trends for health benefits and several other categories of expenditures growing faster than general
inflation) whereas natural growth in revenues struggle to keep pace. A number of critical revenue sources are declining
over time or growing at rates below general inflation. This makes structurally balancing the budget difficult and necessi-
tates difficult decisions.

Importantly, 94% of the FY2018 budget solutions are structural changes that when combined with the Sweetened Beverage
Tax passed as part of 2017 budget, will eliminate the deficit through 2020 and continue to reduce the deficit beyond that.
These are in addition to the structural changes that were implemented in the FY2017 budget. Although 51% of the changes
came in the way of new revenue increases from the increased CountyCare membership for FY2018, they also included over
$35.5 million in expenditure reductions as well as other management initiatives

Traditionally, the County solves for existing budgetary gaps with changes that flow into future years, as over 90% of those
changes are structural in nature. However, despite those efforts, deficits continue to remain in out years, since several of
the County’s revenue streams decline or fail to keep up with inflation on a year-over-year basis. To help address this issue,
the County Board approved the Sweetened Beverage Tax as part of the FY2017 budget, that not only solved the budgetary
gap for FY2017, without damaging cuts to its Public Safety apparatus; but also allowed the County to address its traditional
structural deficit through 2020. Without this revenue, the County would have a $200.6 million deficit in 2018 that would
materially impact the Public Safety mandate at a critical juncture in our community. Without the Sweetened Beverage Tax
revenue, the County’s long-term forecast would be as follows:

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General Fund-Net Surplus/(Deficit) Projection ($B)
$2.3

Billions
$2.1

$1.9 -201 -136 -194 -241 -296

$1.7

$1.5
Revenue Expense
$1.3

$1.1
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022

Beyond 2020, we expect cost reductions through operational improvements and efficiencies gained from our strategic
investments in technology, as well as revenue forecast revisions to address the expanding structural deficit shown in 2021
and 2022 in the accompanying charts. Though the County is required by statute to present a balanced budget annually, the
forecast provides a critical tool in evaluating the long-term fiscal challenges the County faces. This forecast examines the
County’s General Fund and Health Enterprise Fund only, as special purpose funds are inherently self-balancing. The Health
Fund will still receive a tax allocation in the 2018 budget and is therefore included in the forecast analysis.

METHODOLOGY
In projecting each of the revenue sources, the County took into consideration economic drivers like inflation and GDP
growth, operating initiatives and regulatory factors that may affect collection of those revenues. This resulted in revenue
specific models, which included single and multiple linear regressions that projected a growth or decline rate in each
revenue category. Similarly, expenses were analyzed as falling into three primary categories, (i) those expenses that grow at
or around the rate of inflation; (ii) employee healthcare related costs that traditionally grow at a medical inflation rate that
exceeds the general rate of inflation; and (iii) CountyCare purchased services from third party healthcare providers, which
are a function of enrollment projections. The first category includes salaries, supplies, utilities and other non-personnel
costs related to the Health System; the majority of which were projected using a 1.96% growth rate, which is the average
rate of inflation (CPI-U) over the last 10 years plus 0.36% growth in salaries related to step increases. The healthcare costs
were further divided into medical insurance projected using a 5.5% growth rate, and pharmacy related costs projected
using a 10% growth rate. The final category was projected as a function of projections for CountyCare revenues and related
expenses for which moderate growth is assumed until 2022.

PROPERTY TAX PROJECTIONS
In comparison to FY2017 levels, the forecast continues to show a decline in net Property Tax revenues available for opera-
tions due to increasing legacy debt service payments, which are projected to rise from $277M in FY2017 to $292M in FY2022.
Legacy debt service payments will rise due to substantial borrowings in prior years, and will be coupled with an impact of
new borrowings to fund the County’s Capital investment needs. Furthermore, the Property Tax levy has not historically kept

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pace with inflation, as the County has not raised its base levy since 1994 and accordingly the value of the gross property
tax levy will continue to decline on a real basis, net of inflation. Notably, the County will continue to push for pension reform
legislation with the Illinois General Assembly. However, any possible changes to the statutory payments associated with the
County Annuity and Benefit fund have not been incorporated in this forecast. Though for the purpose of this model the fore-
casters assume that the County will continue to make additional appropriations using the same methodology used in the
2018 Budget recommendation. No representations are being made that these appropriations will continue in this manner,
nor should any parties rely on this forecast.

SALES TAX PROJECTIONS
The FY2018 Cook County gross sales tax estimate is $779.2 million and is distributed between the Public Safety Fund and
Corporate Fund, with approximately $353.4 million dedicated to a supplemental appropriation for an additional payment
to the Pension Fund. The Sales tax faces the structural trend of retail sales migrating online from brick and mortar stores.
Sales tax is not applied to online sales consistently as it depends on where the sale originates from, which in many
instances would be outside the County. Additionally, as part of its FY2018 budget, the State of Illinois began withholding
2% in sales tax revenue, which they collect on the County’s behalf, for administration costs. Beyond that, in 2018 we are
assuming a mild recession as economic data has shown that since World War II, roughly every decade there is a recession,
with the last one being in 2008.

COUNTYCARE PROJECTIONS
FY2017 was the fourth full year of the implementation of CountyCare, which resulted from Medicaid Expansion as part of the
Affordable Care Act (ACA), which has expanded from just adults to families, seniors and persons with disabilities. The Cook
County Health and Hospitals System (CCHHS) receives a per member per month (PMPM) payment for each member enrolled
in CountyCare. In FY2018, CCHHS estimates the composite PMPM to be $625 for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) population,
$156 for the Family Health Plan (FHP) population, and $1,272 for the Integrated Care Program (ICP) population. ACA adult
members, roughly 33% of CountyCare’s membership, is at a 95% Federal match. In FY2018, CCHHS expects to retain 75,000
average monthly members in CountyCare for ACA adults, with additional family health plan and senior/disabled populations
also participating in the program. Total membership for CountyCare is projected to increase to 225,000 in 2018, due to stra-
tegic acquisitions and realignment by the State of the managed care program. The Health System is forecasting an increase
in membership that will offset some of the decline experienced from the federal match reductions. The Health System also
continues to improve efforts to capture a greater share of the CountyCare revenues by driving the membership to increase
use of the system’s healthcare facilities.

A number of other significant revenue sources continue to decline. However, the Cigarette Tax continues to be bolstered by
the Department of Revenue’s enforcement actions even as underlying sales continue to fall as smoking cessation programs
make their intended impact. Similarly, despite aggressive enforcements that has slightly increased Fuel Tax in 2018, over the
long term it continues to fall, while non-Medicaid patient insurance coverage continues to decline in the Health System. Due
to the revenue declines outlined above, overall revenue will exhibit a mild long-term secular decline.

EXPENDITURES PROJECTION
The majority of the expenses including salaries, supplies and utilities are expected to grow at 1.96%, which is the average
rate of inflation (CPI-U) over the last 10 years. Health insurance and Pharmacy benefits also are expected to grow at medical

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inflation rates, which significantly outpace general inflation (5.5% for health insurance and 10% for pharmacy costs). Despite
the high growth rate experienced in medical and pharmacy related costs, the overall County healthcare benefit expendi-
tures are going down year over year by approximately $1.7M in 2018 mainly due to management initiatives undertaken to
more effectively control health care costs and negotiated benefit concessions with County unions. However, overall trends
in health-related costs will continue to rise faster than the growth rate of County revenues.

As the County makes substantial investments in technology, the ongoing portion of those costs for example, software and
hardware infrastructure maintenance, are expected to grow at 4%. While the majority of the County’s non-personnel related
expenses are expected to grow at inflation, the Health system’s non- personnel expenses are expected to grow at a 1% rate,
due to their enhanced focus on a self-delivery model.

FISCAL FORECAST
The charts below depict what the County anticipates in overall revenue and expenditures in coming years with the
Sweetened Beverage Tax. Accordingly, the forecast model projects a balanced budget through 2019 with moderate deficits
in out years. The County will continue to focus on structural, recurring initiatives to balance future year budgets in order to
improve the long-term fiscal outlook.

General Fund-Net Surplus/(Deficit) Projection ($B)
$2.3
Billions

$2.1

$1.9 0 0 0 -47 -104

$1.7

$1.5
Revenue Expense
$1.3

$1.1
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022

Health Fund-Net Surplus/(Deficit) Projection ($B)
$2.3
Billions

$2.1

$1.9
0 0 0 -39 -38
$1.7

$1.5
Revenue Expense
$1.3

$1.1
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022

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General Fund - Projected Annual Revenues and Expenses, by Source
Actual Actual/Projection Dept. Estimate Projection
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Property Tax - Tax Levy 311,131,218 201,310,756 188,852,350 178,382,633 178,382,633 176,770,000 163,790,000 167,460,000 168,760,000
Property Tax - TIF Surplus 2,666,265 6,715,296 10,607,415 11,012,188 7,000,000 7,170,000 7,350,000 7,530,000 7,720,000
313,797,483 208,026,052 199,459,765 189,394,821 185,382,633 183,940,000 171,140,000 174,990,000 176,480,000

Non Property Taxes
Sales Tax ¹ 333,455,361 346,771,478 643,831,866 814,710,000 779,200,000 792,900,000 809,200,000 825,800,000 842,800,000
Use tax 73,344,296 80,991,543 82,510,276 80,048,645 77,000,000 77,000,000 77,000,000 77,000,000 77,000,000
Off Track Betting Commission 1,326,863 1,783,185 1,644,122 1,262,683 1,150,000 1,120,000 1,060,000 1,000,000 1,000,000
Gaming 8,453,396 8,508,058 8,552,368 8,586,646 8,550,000 8,770,000 8,820,000 8,870,000 8,870,000
Retail Sale of Motor Vehicles 3,061,674 3,634,741 3,200,000 3,222,606 3,000,000 3,080,000 3,050,000 3,020,000 2,990,000
Retailer's Occupation Tax 2,828,396 2,747,398 2,826,671 2,880,000 2,450,000 2,490,000 2,490,000 2,490,000 2,490,000
Wheel Tax 3,836,749 3,720,806 4,100,000 3,863,553 4,100,000 4,130,000 4,170,000 4,210,000 4,210,000
State Income Tax 11,963,348 13,384,885 12,677,951 12,200,000 10,500,000 11,760,000 12,040,000 12,320,000 12,610,000
Alcoholic Beverage Tax 35,760,729 36,616,131 37,298,565 36,993,301 37,000,000 38,040,000 39,110,000 39,570,000 40,030,000
Gas Tax/Diesel 89,659,844 90,591,948 97,889,174 98,197,615 92,000,000 92,000,000 91,100,000 90,210,000 89,330,000
Cigarette Tax 4,579,975 121,921,559 129,587,025 122,463,225 123,500,000 116,900,000 112,700,000 108,600,000 104,600,000
Other Tobacco Products 1,576,615 6,219,272 8,139,947 7,561,384 7,500,000 7,500,000 7,500,000 7,500,000 7,500,000
Firearms Tax 444,672 426,590 1,242,669 1,708,040 1,650,000 1,650,000 1,650,000 1,650,000 1,650,000
Hotel Accomodations 19,617,985 31,796,956 31,750,000 32,690,000 33,650,000 33,650,000 33,650,000
Gambling Machine Tax 522,903 987,923 2,193,810 2,037,797 2,100,000 2,160,000 2,230,000 2,290,000 2,360,000
Sweetened Beverage Tax 0 0 0 30,626,104 173,445,368 171,620,000 169,820,000 168,040,000 166,280,000
Non Retailer Transactions 9,285,927 15,289,970 22,956,187 20,462,037 17,750,000 18,280,000 18,810,000 19,360,000 19,920,000
Amusement tax 27,791,345 33,860,195 37,253,279 38,532,290 36,250,000 38,710,000 41,340,000 44,140,000 47,140,000
Parking Lot/Garage Operations 44,808,128 46,712,293 48,764,692 47,984,445 49,000,000 50,910,000 52,900,000 52,900,000 52,900,000
Non-Titled Use Tax 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total Non Property Taxes 652,700,221 814,167,975 1,164,286,587 1,365,137,327 1,457,895,368 1,471,710,000 1,488,640,000 1,502,620,000 1,517,330,000

Fees
County Treasurer 80,510,200 90,677,013 72,142,890 56,640,771 60,000,000 60,000,000 60,000,000 58,250,000 56,550,000
County Clerk 9,986,333 10,120,275 10,580,111 10,942,553 10,610,000 11,430,000 11,430,000 11,430,000 11,430,000
Recorder of Deeds 35,947,286 40,078,645 41,772,022 35,375,507 32,900,000 36,330,000 37,390,000 38,480,000 39,610,000
Recorder of Deeds Audit 0 113,745 53,871 151,031 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000 175,000
Clerk of Circuit Court
Municipal District 1 26,988,054 21,460,801 18,440,375 19,525,354 19,500,000 15,100,000 14,000,000 12,900,000 12,900,000
Municipal District 2-6 20,799,542 21,926,093 19,546,572 20,721,309 21,000,000 18,800,000 18,500,000 18,200,000 18,200,000
Law and Juvenile Divisions 10,368,738 10,684,463 10,125,387 10,148,338 10,000,000 9,800,000 9,700,000 9,500,000 9,500,000
County Division 3,635,526 3,806,249 4,503,385 4,784,933 4,800,000 4,700,000 4,700,000 4,800,000 4,800,000
Chancery, Domestic Relations 11,950,345 11,156,650 11,558,232 11,625,996 11,500,000 10,600,000 10,300,000 9,900,000 9,900,000
Probate Division 1,740,266 1,821,963 1,745,928 1,761,375 1,780,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000 1,700,000
Criminal Division 312,080 344,434 321,388 320,000 320,000 320,000 320,000
Accounting Division 2,720,060 4,135,371 4,157,397 3,036,424 2,200,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000
Sheriff 23,321,700 21,943,773 20,476,946 18,226,300 17,830,108 17,320,000 16,460,000 16,459,000 16,459,000
State's Attorney 1,861,607 1,688,347 1,533,209 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000
Building & Zoning 3,673,233 4,400,449 3,137,912 3,503,128 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000
Environmental Control 5,126,418 4,673,961 5,137,941 4,700,000 4,740,000 4,920,000 5,100,000 5,100,000 5,100,000
County Assessor 67,044 67,747 58,683 56,760 56,760 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000
Assessor Tax Fraud 238,697 1,756,934 1,343,525 0 0 0 0 0 0
Highway Permits 935,199 1,501,258 1,256,956 1,123,286 1,300,000 1,120,000 1,120,000 1,120,000 1,120,000
Public Administrator 798,559 750,068 758,670 900,000 900,000 900,000 900,000 900,000 900,000
Liquor Licenses 365,904 348,935 319,131 305,508 305,000 310,000 310,000 310,000 310,000
Public Guardian 2,638,121 2,625,635 2,983,178 2,895,695 2,900,000 3,030,000 3,100,000 3,170,000 3,250,000
Medical Examiner 1,054,581 1,276,312 1,279,716 1,359,844 1,930,000 2,060,000 2,060,000 2,060,000 2,060,000
Court Services fee 9,063,448 8,231,200 7,742,037 7,440,885 6,895,314 6,180,000 5,730,000 5,310,000 4,930,000
Cable TV Franchise 1,278,586 1,195,470 1,143,151 1,151,003 1,100,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000
Other Fees 53,953 277,214 233,939 190,727 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000
Total Fees 255,435,480 267,063,005 242,352,552 218,166,727 217,722,182 214,155,000 212,355,000 209,444,000 208,574,000

Intergovernmental Revenues
State Criminal Alien Assist.(SCAAP) 1,298,659 1,350,766 1,257,508 1,337,774 0 1,360,000 1,380,000 1,390,000 1,410,000
Probation Off, Juv. CT & JTDC 21,623,559 42,756,732 42,536,679 39,967,570 41,189,267 41,190,000 41,190,000 41,190,000 41,190,000
Salaries of State's Attorney 195,784 195,792 195,792 195,784 195,784 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000
Salaries of Public Defender 122,945 124,666 124,666 131,320 127,160 130,000 130,000 131,000 132,000
Forest Preserve Reimbursement 0 0 0 1,790,377 0 0 0 0 0
Total Intergovernmental 23,240,947 44,427,956 44,114,645 43,422,825 41,512,211 42,880,000 42,900,000 42,911,000 42,932,000

Miscellaneous Revenues
Investment Income 105,000 260,619 332,796 756,447 800,000 800,000 800,000 800,000 800,000
Estate of Heirs 500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Telephone Commissions 2,837,628 3,356,293 3,284,233 2,870,290 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000
Real Estate and Rental Income 5,976,277 5,905,004 7,264,962 8,075,409 7,972,500 7,970,000 7,970,000 7,970,000 7,970,000
Other Reimbursements/Transfers 5,085,020 4,956,157 5,584,082 14,456,823 24,948,362 24,950,000 24,950,000 24,950,000 24,950,000
Total Miscellaneous Revenues 14,503,925 14,478,073 16,466,073 26,158,969 34,720,862 34,720,000 34,720,000 34,720,000 34,720,000

Other Revenues
Motor Fuel Tax 74,500,000 64,500,000 54,500,000 0 0 0 0 0 0
Indirect Costs 9,511,455 9,518,543 8,796,716 11,402,353 10,982,367 10,980,000 10,980,000 10,980,000 10,980,000
Total other 84,011,455 74,018,543 63,296,716 11,402,353 10,982,367 10,980,000 10,980,000 10,980,000 10,980,000

Total Revenue 1,343,689,511 1,422,181,604 1,729,976,338 1,853,683,022 1,948,215,623 1,958,385,000 1,960,735,000 1,975,665,000 1,991,016,000
Change Year over Year 7.2% 5.1% 0.5% 0.1% 0.8% 0.8%

¹ Reflects rate reductions for first 4 months of FY14; rate increases for last 8 months of FY16, and first 4 months of FY17.

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General Fund Expenses
Actual Actual/Projection Appropriation Projection
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Health Ins (501610) 184,636,999 155,114,480 149,680,660 149,548,530 145,107,601 153,090,000 161,510,000 170,390,000 179,760,000
Pharmacy (501715) 35,863,375 41,853,826 46,635,616 48,917,588 53,810,000 59,190,000 65,110,000 71,620,000
Dental/Vision (501640/501690) 7,034,716 7,034,716 7,220,620 7,691,982 7,880,000 8,080,000 8,280,000 8,490,000
Payroll (501010) 919,221,456 952,849,095 989,738,109 978,998,934 1,065,036,305 1,051,120,000 1,056,270,000 1,059,700,000 1,061,390,000
Pay-Go Capital 15,000,000 72,860,000 62,765,000 2,660,000 0 0
New Bond Issuance Debt Service 4,500,000 16,407,821 17,420,000 43,752,000 51,093,000 77,725,000
Comm. & IS Maint.(520150/540130) 31,474,464 31,474,464 52,296,811 49,422,582 51,400,000 53,460,000 55,600,000 57,820,000
Contingent Pension Appropriations 270,526,000 349,300,000 353,436,000 367,550,000 378,364,000 410,937,000 432,237,000
All Other Expense 260,433,230 244,760,171 249,558,269 189,335,744 193,350,000 197,449,000 201,635,000 205,910,000
Total 1,402,418,356 1,442,769,359 1,735,067,945 1,853,058,780 1,948,215,623 1,958,385,000 1,960,735,000 2,022,745,000 2,094,952,000
Compensation (Payroll, Health, Pharmacy) Growth -0.5% 7.1% -0.1% 1.5% 1.4% 1.4%
Overall Expense Growth Year over Year 6.8% 5.1% 0.5% 0.1% 3.2% 3.6%

Total Revenue 1,343,689,511 1,422,181,604 1,729,976,338 1,853,683,022 1,948,215,623 1,958,385,000 1,960,735,000 1,975,665,000 1,991,016,000

Total Expenses ² 1,402,418,356 1,442,769,359 1,735,067,945 1,853,058,780 1,948,215,623 1,958,385,000 1,960,735,000 2,022,745,000 2,094,952,000

Surplus/(Deficit) -58,728,845 -20,587,755 -5,091,607 624,242 0 0 0 -47,080,000 -103,936,000

² FY14-16 expenditures from Comptroller's Trial Balances. FY17 projected by departments and DBMS.
FY18: Budgeted Appropriation. FY19-22: 5.5 % CAGR for health insurance, 10% for pharmacy; Comm & IS at 4%; 1.96% for Additional Pension Funding; payroll reflects the current union proposals plus .36% average salary growth; all other include 2.12% CPI-U 20 year growth rate.

Cook County Health & Hospital System - Projected Annual Revenues and Expenses, by Source

Actual Actual/Projection Est./Appropriation Projection
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

CCHHS Fees
Patient fees (Medicare, Other) 280,772,465 347,318,111 290,436,109 373,012,407 460,000,000 502,000,000 521,000,000 498,000,000 513,000,000
CCHHS BIPA 101,300,000 138,668,750 137,435,000 132,337,500 132,300,000 132,338,000 132,338,000 132,338,000 132,338,000
Medicaid DSH 169,680,018 157,709,645 157,278,312 156,700,000 134,700,000 113,900,000 96,815,000 82,292,750 69,948,838
Managed Care 727,722,979 859,295,613 868,162,903 807,362,319 1,205,100,000 1,241,150,000 1,278,384,500 1,316,736,035 1,356,238,116
CCHHS Misc., CCDPH 20,387,105 8,005,811 8,118,594 7,000,000 11,000,000 11,000,000 11,000,000 11,000,000 11,000,000
Total fees 1,299,862,567 1,510,997,930 1,461,430,918 1,476,412,226 1,943,100,000 2,000,388,000 2,039,537,500 2,040,366,785 2,082,524,954

Property Tax - Tax Levy 38,924,897 149,756,021 121,235,196 87,863,880 82,845,368 83,130,992 84,412,556 87,444,212 90,541,430
Sales Tax - - -
Cigarette Tax 126,725,126 13,081,290 - 3,404,439 0 0 0 0 0
Other Tobacco Products 5,194,095 667,311 -
Sweetened Beverage Tax - - - 11,609,958 27,154,632 26,869,000 26,587,000 26,309,000 26,032,000
Indirect Costs
Firearms Tax 444,672 426,590 - - - - - - -
County Tax Allocation 171,288,790 163,931,212 121,235,196 102,878,277 110,000,000 109,999,992 110,997,000 113,749,000 116,572,000

Total Expenses 2
Health Ins (501610) 75,377,095 60,480,354 55,181,743 72,286,531 58,793,198 62,000,000 65,400,000 69,000,000 72,800,000
Pharmacy (501715) 16,195,923 20,949,950 20,812,782 21,158,720 23,300,000 25,600,000 28,200,000 31,000,000
Dental/Vision (501640/501690) 2,997,077 2,983,622 3,267,561 3,350,000 3,430,000 3,520,000 3,610,000
CountyCare (896) 489,401,621 568,560,247 645,873,302 547,783,028 984,900,000 985,000,000 985,100,000 999,902,000 1,014,920,500
Payroll (501010) 447,504,863 465,657,552 523,120,704 520,297,120 592,430,760 617,605,000 634,388,000 647,076,000 660,018,000
Comm. & IS Maint.(520150/540130) 67,569,242 72,713,590 66,803,259 68,800,000 70,900,000 73,000,000 75,200,000
All Other Expense 326,637,016 354,804,117 325,746,503 349,945,000 365,662,000 372,791,600 379,810,892
Total Health 1,370,808,744 1,525,621,970 1,642,329,034 1,591,680,790 2,053,100,000 2,110,000,000 2,150,480,000 2,193,489,600 2,237,359,392
Overall Expense Growth Year over Year -3.1% 29.0% 2.8% 1.9% 2.0% 2.0%

Total Revenue 1,471,151,357 1,674,929,142 1,582,666,114 1,579,290,503 2,053,100,000 2,110,387,992 2,150,537,056 2,154,119,997 2,199,098,384

Total Expenses 1,370,808,744 1,525,621,970 1,642,329,034 1,591,680,790 2,053,100,000 2,110,000,000 2,150,480,000 2,193,490,000 2,237,360,000

Surplus/(Deficit) 100,342,613 149,307,172 -59,662,920 -12,390,287 0 387,992 57,056 -39,370,003 -38,261,616

² FY14-16 expenditures from Comptroller's Trial Balances. FY17 projected per DBMS. 18: Budgeted Appropriation. FY19-22: projected by CCHHS

All Fund Total Surplus(Deficit)
Actual Actual/Projection Est./Appropriation Projection
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Total Revenue 2,814,840,868 3,097,110,746 3,312,642,452 3,432,973,525 4,001,315,623 4,068,770,000 4,111,270,000 4,129,780,000 4,190,110,000

Total Expenses 2,773,227,100 2,968,391,329 3,377,396,979 3,444,739,570 4,001,315,623 4,068,385,000 4,111,215,000 4,216,235,000 4,332,312,000

Surplus/(Deficit) 41,613,768 128,719,417 -64,754,527 -11,766,045 0 385,000 55,000 -86,455,000 -142,202,000

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PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
The County is working to create a culture of data driven decision making through the Set Targets, Achieve Results (STAR)
program. The STAR Performance Management Program is a collaborative effort of the Board of Commissioners, Agencies,
employees, and residents. All offices and agencies of the County report progress toward stated goals through an open-data
web portal-- https://performance.cookcountyil.gov.

The STAR Program publishes performance reports on the website quarterly, allowing the public to access current perfor-
mance data in an open data format. The County measures and reports on progress toward critical measures in each of the
County’s major functional areas. The system-wide goals for public safety, healthcare, economic development, and finance
and administration highlight the top outcomes that the systems are working toward delivering.

In addition, Article X of the County code was amended in 2016 to direct departments and agencies to create a program
inventory defined in the ordinance as “a comprehensive listing of services organized into administrative units focused on
particular objectives, and a comprehensive listing of all services offered for each Cook County Agency or Department to
both external and internal users and that will help provide a better understanding of Cook County governmental services to
Cook County residents, employees and elected officials.”

Based on this program inventory, a Performance Based Management and Budgeting Annual Report was produced for the
first time in 2017 which tracked efficiency, outcome and output performance metrics for every County program.

PUBLIC SAFETY:
The County has set and achieved a goal of reducing reliance on pretrial detention in the adult criminal court system. The
elected officials in the public safety offices meet quarterly on policy changes and operational improvements to improve
bond court and pretrial services. Since the start of the project, non-cash orders to release at central bond court, the
Leighton Criminal Courthouse, have increased while cash bond amounts have declined. The resulting increased release of
defendants at and after bond court has generated a reduction in the jail population, to approximately 7,300 detainees from
over 10,000. The County is expanding the Public Safety Assessment (PSA) to misdemeanor offenses, to further facilitate
reducing unnecessary detention of individuals with minor, low risk offenses.

The County is also committed to reduce the number of youth involved with the juvenile justice system and detained at the
Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, by investing in community-based programs (county’s grants) to help prevent violence
and recidivism, and to promote restorative justice practices. The county has also been advocating for various juvenile
justice reform initiatives. For instance, the Justice Advisory Council successfully advocated for Public Act 99-0258 to limit
the automatic transfers (AT) of youth to adult court, which took effect January 1, 2016. Thanks to this effort, compared to
FY2015, the FY2016 average daily AT population (109) at the JTDC reduced by 17%. As of September 2017, the JTDC houses as
few as 42 AT youth on average. The reduction of AT population contributed to the shorter overall average length of stay and
smaller average daily population (326 in FY2015; 292 in FY2016 and 239 YTD), creating an opportunity for the County to right-
size the facility.

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COOK COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITALS SYSTEM (CCHHS):
CCHHS continues its transition and expansion of the managed care model of health care delivery. The number of patients
enrolled in the County’s managed care network, CountyCare is projected to be 225,000 per month in 2018. As the Health
System moves to expand the managed care model, they are working to improve scheduling and access to their clinic
network through extended hours and improved preauthorization efforts.

The Health System is also focused on improving the patient experience at the County’s two hospitals by improving staff
communication and customer focus in an effort to make the Health System the provider of choice. Finally, the number of
visits at the hospital system’s ambulatory clinic network is projected to exceed the FY2017 year-end target by over 48,000
visits, while Stroger Hospital visits are expected to exceed the FY2017 target by over 8,400 visits.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:
Growing the Economy
n Chicago Regional Growth Corporation – leadership role in the formation and launch of the corporation designed to spur

economic growth and grow jobs in the region.

n Chicago Metro Metal Consortium (CMMC) – manages regional initiative that unites over 80 partners and offers manu-
facturers resources to grow their businesses.

n Calumet Manufacturing Industry Sector Partnership - employer driven initiative that engages manufacturers to respond
to industry identified needs.

Investing in Communities
n Affordable Housing – designed for seniors, veterans and those with disabilities. Estimated

n $4 Million in HOME dollars to be invested in 2018. Will also look for ways to use CDBG-DR (Community Development
Block Grant- Disaster Resilience) funds for affordable housing, where applicable. Simultaneously, we are working to
leverage these funds and increase amount available to invest in and promote more affordable housing, from private
and not for profit resources. We also support the Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC) in development of critical
assets.

n Infrastructure and Capital Investments - Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) funding supports a
variety of community development activities primarily for the benefit of low- and moderate-incomes persons. The
2017 allocation is $9,801,929, to be distributed for Capital Improvements, Public Services and the South Suburban
Economic Growth Initiative.

n The 2017 allocation for Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funding is $833,221. Sixteen projects are recommended for
funding. ESG funding supports a variety of shelter and service activities to aid homeless persons.

n Zoning Board of Appeals – assists the public in considering all rezoning appeals pertaining to land uses in the unincor-
porated areas.

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Supporting Businesses
n Tax incentive program – provides tools to assist businesses moving to Cook County or expanding and reducing property

taxes.

n Industrial Growth Zones – designed to help businesses “cut red tape” and move projects forward in designated parts of
Cook County.

n Built in Cook Loan Fund - Loan pool using entitlement dollars for industrial/commercial and manufacturing companies.
Supporting Communities

n South Suburban Economic Growth Initiative - designed to catalyze investment, redevelopment and grow jobs in the
South Suburbs.

n On-line permitting program, managed by Building and Zoning allows businesses and residents in the unincorporated
areas of Cook County receive permits in a faster, streamlined manner.

Supporting Communities
n South Suburban Economic Growth Initiative - designed to catalyze investment, redevelopment and grow jobs in the

South Suburbs.

n On-line permitting program, managed by Building and Zoning allows businesses and residents in the unincorporated
areas of Cook County receive permits in a faster, streamlined manner.

The Bureau of Economic Development continues to play a leadership role in the formation and launch of the Chicago
Regional Growth Corporation, designed to further the economic growth of the region. The Bureau also manages the Chicago
Metro Metal Consortium (CMMC) which unites over 80 partners and offers manufacturers resources to grow their business
through collaboration, networking, market intelligence and promotion of the region as a leading center for manufacturing.
In addition, the Bureau provides key support to the Calumet Manufacturing Industry Sector Partnership, an unprecedented
employer driven initiative that engages manufacturers to respond to industry identified needs. Lastly, the Bureau manages
the South Suburban Economic Growth Initiative designed to catalyze investment and redevelopment of the South Suburbs.

PROPERTY AND TAXATION:
The County has successfully issued the second installment of the property tax bills on time for six years in a row after
issuing them late for over three decades. By sending out tax bills on time, the municipalities, school districts, townships
and other jurisdictions within Cook County are able to get critical funding on time for their respective budgetary needs;
reducing the need for costly borrowing for operating funds. The property and tax elected offices continue to meet quarterly
to automate the process and build upon the progress that has been made.

REPORTING:
For the Offices under the President, the Performance Management Office (PMO) holds weekly performance management
sessions led by the Chief of Staff and attended by County Bureau Chiefs and Bureau of Finance Department Heads. The
PMO facilitated 54 STAR review performance management sessions in FY2017 with all participating departments presenting
at least twice. The sessions allowed departments to work through zero based budgeting exercises and report out on

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efficiency, output and outcome metrics, many of which were created and tracked for the first time. The PMO continued to
enhance its data reporting and analysis using the functionality of Quick Score, our performance management data software
demonstrating progress on efforts to reform the operations of County’s finance and administration functions.

In addition to the reporting responsibilities, the Performance Management Office works with agencies to refine measures,
train mid-level managers on how to integrate data into their day-to-day decision making and perform process improvement
evaluations, so targeted operational objectives are achieved. In 2018, the Performance Management Office will continue the
process of aligning measures with programs and costs and executing interfaces with the new Oracle based finance and
budgeting information systems (Enterprise Resource Planning) to ensure accurate data is entered directly into the perfor-
mance management software Quick Score. This process will also be used to further facilitate departments’ understanding
of program based budgeting, performance based budgeting as well as the use of “zero based budgeting” practices the
County Board mandated by ordinance in 2015.

Zero based budgeting is a tool in producing program based budgets which, along with performance based budgeting
represents a break from the traditional use of incremental budgeting. With incremental budgeting departmental managers
justify only variances versus past years based on the assumption that the “baseline” is automatically approved. By contrast,
a program based budget requires that a budget request be re-evaluated by the outputs, efficiencies and outputs of its
services, as well as zero based budgeting principles such as the breakdown of expense activities into meaningfully identifi-
able unit costs. This involves, as a start, calculating the actual current cost of a department’s activities services by the cost
per unit (for Facilities Management an example would be “operating cost per square foot of building.”) From there services
are grouped into programs and a budget per program is created.

President Preckwinkle and the Board of Commissioners supported an ordinance to increase Countywide fiscal responsi-
bility, transparency and accountability through increased information reporting. The new measure is aimed at improving
the delivery of public services and internal management by establishing new requirements for County departments, agen-
cies, separately elected officials, appointed officials and the Cook County Health and Hospitals System to report information.

Under the new ordinance, each County department and agency is now be required to submit highly detailed information
with its budget request to the President and Budget Director. This new performance management information includes an
organizational chart where all employment positions requested are accounted for; a Program Inventory including an alloca-
tion of all requested budgetary costs and all requested employment positions to provide greater detail on County services
and programs to residents; and data including Outcome Metrics, Output Metrics and Efficiency Metrics.

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2015 2016 2017 Q3 2017 Q3 2018
Finance & Administration Reporting Office Variance
Actual Actual YTD Actual YTD Target Target
Number of Departments Tracking Above Current Budget Overall Budget 10 21 22 20 10% 10
Revenue Collected from all Home Rule Taxes (excluding Tobacco Tax) (Millions) Revenue $322 $368 $185 $250 -26% $300
Revenue Collected from Tobacco Tax (Millions) Revenue $138 $131 $62 $100 -38% $125
Paid Sick Leave per Employee in Offices Under the President in Hours Per Month Human Resources 6 6 6 5 20% 5
Average Hiring Cycle Time Human Resources 85 95 95 90 6% 90
Percent of Procurements Completed on Target Procurement 36% 43% 30% 70% -40% 70%
Invoice Payment Cycle Time Comptroller 54 56 36 30 20% 30

2015 2016 2017 Q3 2017 Q3 2018
Public Safety Reporting Office Variance
Actual Actual YTD Actual YTD Target Target
Average Daily Population - Adult (CCDOC Divisional Population) Justice Advisory Council 7,947 7,418 7,080 7,100 0% 7,100
Percent of Orders at Central Bond Court Resulting in I-Bonds or Electronic Monitoring Justice Advisory Council 48% 44% 41% 50% -9% 50%
Average Daily Population - Youth (Juvenile Temporary Detention Center) Justice Advisory Council 327 283 239 275 -13% 275
Adult Transfer Population held at JTDC Justice Advisory Council 133 91 32 32 0% 26

2015 2016 2017 Q2 2017 Q2 2018
Healthcare Variance
Actual Actual YTD Actual YTD Target Target
Number County Care Enrollees Managed Care 165,949 145,463 140,707 142,500 -1% 225,000
Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Prevention (%) Stroger Hospital 89% 85% 82% 99% -17% 99%
Surgery Begins at the Scheduled Time (%) Stroger Hospital 50% 54% 73% 80% -7% 80%
Willing to Recommend Hospital (%) Stroger Hospital 69% 72% 83% 85% -2% 85%
Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Prevention (%) Provident Hospital 97% 91% 93% 99% -6% 99%
Surgery Begins at the Scheduled Time (%) Provident Hospital 62% 81% 85% 80% 5% 85%
Willing to Recommend Hospital (%) Provident Hospital 69% 82% 55% 85% -30% 85%
Percent Moving Through the Clinic Visit ACHN 63% 64% 69% 75% -6% 75%
Percent of Ease Getting Clinic on the Phone ACHN 62% 61% 62% 75% -13% 75%
Average Hiring Cycle Time CCHHS 140 120 106 95 12% 90

2015 2016 2017 Q3 2017 Q3 2018
Economic Development Reporting Office Variance
Actual Actual YTD Actual YTD Target Target
Number of Affordable Housing Units Supported Planning & Development 194 350 670 638 5% 500
Number of Jobs Supported Planning & Development 2,100 3,835 366 625 -41% 2,500

2014 Tax 2015 Tax 2016 Tax TY 2016 TY 2017
Property & Taxation Reporting Office Variance
Year Year Year Target Target
Date Second Installment Tax Bills are Mailed Countywide 7/1/2015 6/30/2016 6/30/2017 7/1/2017 0% 7/1/2018
Valuation Time for Assessment Process Assessor 310 330 334 341 -2% 336
Date to Complete Complaint Session Board of Review 4/15/2015 4/14/2016 4/12/2017 4/19/2017 0% 4/20/2018
Percent Property Tax Parcels Paid On-Time Treasurer 78% 86% 87% 87% 0% 87%

FUND BALANCE STATEMENT
It is Cook County’s policy to maintain a prudent level of financial resources to protect against reducing service levels or
raising taxes and fees due to temporary cyclical revenue shortfalls or unpredicted one-time expenditures. The County
recognizes that financial reserve funds provide the flexibility to respond to unexpected circumstances that may help the
County achieve long-term fiscal objectives.

USE OF FUND BALANCE
Should an unforeseen economic or other event beset the County, should this event warrant the use of fund balance and
should this use of fund balance cause it to dip below the targeted level, the County will take steps to both ensure expendi-
tures, to the extent possible, are adjusted to reflect the new economic reality and develop a plan to replenish the General
Fund’s fund balance that will be incorporated in budget development over the next one to three years as necessary to return
the balance to its targeted level.

FUND BALANCE TARGET
Cook County’s financial reserve policy is to maintain an unassigned fund balance in the General Fund of no less than one
month, with a targeted goal to not to exceed two months, of the prior year’s audited General Fund operating expenditures.
The table on the following page illustrates projected changes in fund balances for the Operating Funds.

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FY16 Actual FY17 FY18 Estimated FY18 End of
Fund Balance by Type Balance Sources/Uses Sources/Uses Year Projection
General Fund Unassigned 130.4 (14.9) - 115.5
Health Fund Unassigned (4,194.2) (497.8) - (4,692.0)
Total Operating (4,063.8) (512.7) - (4,576.5)

Special Purpose Funds 52.46 66.95 (56.6) 62.82

BUDGET PROCESS
Cook County prepares an annual budget that provides a spending plan for the next fiscal year. The County produces a
balanced budget, as required by the State of Illinois’ Counties Code, which accounts for the County’s estimated revenue
and intended spending. The budgetary basis of accounting is a combination of cash plus encumbrances and accrual basis
for property taxes. The County’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is prepared in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles using the accrual basis of accounting for the government-wide financial statements and the
modified accrual basis of accounting for the governmental fund financial statements. The Health Enterprise Fund’s annual
budget is also prepared on a cash plus encumbrances basis, while their financial report is prepared using the accrual basis.

The budget process begins in early summer when departments inform the Department of Budget and Management
Services (DBMS) of their expected personnel and non-personnel needs for the next year. DBMS prepares revenue estimates
and analyzes other resources available to accurately forecast the fiscal outlook for the coming year.

DBMS prepares the preliminary budget forecast based on the departmental request and estimated collected revenues. The
preliminary forecast is required to be filed with the President’s Office by June 30 of each year. The forecast is provided to the
Cook County Board of Commissioners and made available for County residents. This year, the County presented its preliminary
budget forecast on June 22, 2017. Pursuant to Executive Order 2012- 01, the President holds a preliminary budget hearing to allow
residents to express their opinions concerning items within the proposed budget. After receiving input from residents, the
President of the County Board and DBMS work with each department to develop a final executive recommendation.

The executive budget, as recommended by the President, is submitted to the County Board’s Committee on Finance, which
in turn holds hearings with each department. The Finance Committee holds public hearings at four sites throughout the
County to hear resident comments regarding the budget. The County Board considers the budget carefully and may submit
amendments that have a net zero impact to the overall County operating budget.

HOW TO READ THE BUDGET:
The Cook County FY2018 Budget is both a policy document and communication tool that allocates the various sources of
County revenue to their assigned expenditure uses. The Budget presents and explains the County’s policy and operational
priorities, departmental functions, performance management targets and goal progress and trends and factors affecting
fiscal planning. The County’s Budget includes forecasts of economic and financial conditions, current and planned long-
term debt financing, and both look-backs and projections of revenues and expenditures for all County operations – all
essential elements for accurate financial reporting and sound fiscal management of taxpayer resources.

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This section is a guide for understanding the various sections of the three-volume budget that communicates the policy and
spending priorities of the Cook County Government.
The Budget is designed to conform to the best practices and standards published by both the National Advisory Council on
State and Local Budgeting and the Government Finance Officers’ Association.
The FY2018 Budget is divided into three volumes:
n Volume 1 presents the Executive Summary, Revenue Estimates, Proposed Expenditures, Grants, Capital Budget, Budget

Resolution, Policies and Appendices.
n The Executive Summary provides a high-level overview of the contents of the Budget as well as of the budgeting
process. This section provides charts and graphs that allow the Cook County resident to chart the reductions in
both Cook County Health and Hospitals System tax allocation and County-wide full-time equivalent positions over
the last few years. The guide also explains the combination of cost reductions, revenues and management initia-
tives that work in conjunction to close the preliminary budget gap.
n The Revenue Estimate provides an overview of the major funds that comprise the County’s fund accounting
system. It provides detail into the seven major County revenue sources: (1) property taxes, (2) fees, (3) sales tax,
(4) other non-property taxes, (5) intergovernmental revenues, (6) miscellaneous revenues, and (7) other financing
sources. Beyond this, the Revenue Estimate presents tables that allow the reader to compare current, future and
historic tax levies and transportation funding arrangements.
n Proposed Expenditures presents appropriations by type, fund and department. It also details summaries of Full
Time Equivalent positions by fund and by control officer. These tables allow the reader to understand the breakout
of appropriation among personal services, contractual services, supplies and materials, operations and mainte-
nance, rental and leasing, capital outlay and contingency and special purpose as well as among program areas like
finance and administration, healthcare, public safety, etc.
n Grants presents an overview of the grant funds the County is expected to receive for the fiscal year from federal,
state, and private agencies for a variety of direct and indirect services provided by the County.
n Capital Programs presents the Capital Budget, including the Capital Improvement Program, and Capital Equipment
and Transportation and Highway spending.
n The Resolution is sponsored by the President of the Board of Commissioners and provides for the Annual Appropriations
for the upcoming fiscal year and for the closing of accounts under the prior year’s Annual Appropriation.
n The Policies section provides a framework for the efficient and fiscally responsible management of County operations.
n Appendices provide readers with further information about the principle functions of the County, a glossary of
terms, departmental directory and a chart of accounts for the current fiscal year.
n Volume 2 presents a deeper dive into departmental appropriations, including their missions, mandates and key activi-
ties for both Offices Under the President, all separately elected officials and Cook County Health and Hospitals System.
n
Volume 3 presents the County’s job classification and compensation schedule for both unionized and non-unionized
employees.

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COOK COUNTY BUDGET CALENDAR
MAY/JUNE
Departments submit preliminary revenue and expense estimates to the Department of Budget and Management Services
(DBMS). The agencies specifically summarize issues, request specific funding levels, and justify staffing requests.

JUNE
DBMS prepares the preliminary budget forecast based on the requests submitted by the departments and the revenue the
County expects will be collected. The preliminary budget forecast is filed with the President’s Office by June 30.

JULY
The President holds a public hearing on the Preliminary Budget, allowing the public to provide feedback during the devel-
opment of the Executive Budget Recommendation.

SEPTEMBER
Residents and departments provide input during the final development of the County budget. The President and DBMS work
to balance department requests with available resources.

OCTOBER
The President submits the Executive Budget Recommendation to the Committee on Finance of Cook County.

OCTOBER — NOVEMBER
The proposed budget is made available for public review at various locations throughout the County. Public hearings
are conducted during which the Committee on Finance considers testimony from service providers, program staff, and
the general public. After the hearings have been completed and any amendments inserted, the Board of Commissioners
approves and adopts the Appropriation Bill, which authorizes funding and staffing levels for each department.

DECEMBER
The fiscal year begins. The Appropriation Ordinance is implemented on December 1.

ONGOING
Quarterly allotments are implemented and monthly expenditure and revenue reports are reviewed to ensure the resources
allocated through the Appropriation Ordinance are managed. In accordance with the STAR Performance Management
program, offices report data about how well programs are functioning and services are being provided to ensure high
quality services are provided with the resources collected.

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The total operating revenue for Cook County in FY 2018 is estimated at $4,914 million compared to FY 2017 operating

revenue of $4,402 million. The increase of $512 million is a change of 11.6%. This figure includes a $461 million increase

in the Heath Enterprise Fund, driven primarily by the projected growth of CountyCare enrollment to nearly 225,000

members per month in FY2018. The $76 million growth in the General Fund is entirely driven by a $127 million increase

associated with the full year implementation of the Sweetened Beverage Tax. Absent this tax, year-over-year revenues

available to the General Fund toward general operations would decline by $51 million in FY 2018. Total operating

revenues include revenues for the: Corporate Fund and Public Safety Fund (collectively the General Fund); Health

Enterprise Fund; and Restricted Funds (Special Purpose Funds, and Grants).

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The County’s operating funds include the General Fund, Health Enterprise Fund and 36 restricted Special Purpose Funds.
The County uses a fund accounting system to present the financial position and the results of operation for each fund. It is
also designed to provide budgetary control over the revenues and expenditures of each fund. Separate funds are main-
tained for the purpose of segregating various types of governmental activities. Each fund is an independent fiscal and
accounting entity made up of a self-balancing set of accounts containing all transactions affecting the particular fund.

The County FY 2018 General Fund and Health Enterprise Fund revenue is estimated to be $4,001 million, approximately
$553 million, or 16% above the projected FY 2017 revenue of $3,448 million. Absent the $461 million increase in the Heath
Enterprise Fund due to the projected growth of CountyCare enrollment and the $127 million increase associated with the
full year implementation of the Sweetened Beverage Tax, revenues in the General and Health Funds decline year over year.
Revenues are estimated for budgetary purposes through analysis of historical, demographic, micro-economic, macro-
economic and regulatory trends. For major tax-based revenues, economic forecasting models are applied to account for
the impact of the national and local economy.

GENERAL FUND
The total budgeted revenue for FY 2017 was $1,872 million for the General Fund. The FY 2018 revenue is estimated at $1,948
million for the General Fund, representing a 4%, or $76 million increase, reflecting the full year implementation of the
Sweetened Beverage Tax. The General Fund encompasses the Corporate and Public Safety Funds.

The Corporate Fund is the general operating fund of the County. This fund includes the majority of the property tax
related functions of County government on behalf of underlying jurisdictions, as well as general administrative func-
tions of the County. It funds such Agencies as the County Assessor, County Treasurer, County Clerk, Recorder of Deeds,
Board of Review and the various offices under the President, including the supplemental pension appropriation of
$353 million. The Corporate Fund accounts for approximately 14% of FY 2018 revenue ($569 million) and derives most
of its revenue from departmental fees and sales tax.

The Public Safety Fund is comprised of the County’s criminal justice system: jails, courts, and related programs.
Agencies in this fund include: the Sheriff’s office, the State’s Attorney’s office, the Public Defender’s office, Office of the
Chief Judge and the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center. The Public Safety Fund comprises approximately 34% of
FY 2018 revenue ($1.38 billion). The revenue supporting this fund is mostly derived from the property tax levy, depart-
mental fees and non-property taxes such as the sales tax, gas tax, alcoholic beverage tax, use tax, and the sweetened
beverage tax.

The Health Enterprise Fund encompasses the County’s public health care system. Contained within this fund are the
Department of Public Health, Stroger Hospital, Oak Forest Health Center, Provident Hospital, Cermak Health Services, the
Ambulatory/Community Health Network Clinics and Managed Care operation, commonly referred to as CountyCare, which
was launched in FY 2013. The Health Fund makes up approximately 51% of FY 2018 revenue ($2.05 billion) and receives the
majority of its revenue from patient fees (Medicaid, Medicare, other third party and private payers), Managed Care – revenues
allocated per member per month for an expanded Medicaid population, Disproportionate Share Hospital payments (DSH),
payments from the Benefits Improvement and Protection Act (BIPA), and tax revenues in the form of an annual tax allocation
for operations from property tax and the sweetened beverage tax. (additional local tax payer funds are also used for debt
service on health system facilities and health system employee pension costs that are not accounted for in the Health Fund).

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REVENUE BY SOURCE
GENERAL AND HEALTH ENTERPRISE FUNDS 5 YEAR SUMMARY
General and Health Enterprise Funds 5 Year Summary
4,500

4,000

3,500

3,000
Millions

2,500

2,000

1,500

1,000

500

-
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18
Other Financing Sources 84,011,455 74,018,543 63,296,716 11,402,353 10,982,367
Miscellaneous Revenues 14,326,028 14,478,073 16,466,073 27,353,732 34,720,862
Intergovernmental Revenues 23,240,947 44,427,956 44,114,645 43,422,825 41,512,211
Non-Property Taxes 785,064,114 828,343,166 1,163,996,045 1,387,841,635 1,485,050,000
Fees 1,555,459,860 1,778,060,937 1,703,783,520 1,700,059,648 2,160,822,182
Property Taxes 352,722,380 357,782,073 320,694,961 277,982,278 268,228,001
Data Source:
Data Source: Actual Revenues FY 2014 - FY 2016, Projected ActualActual Revenues
Revenues FY 2014Executive
FY 2017, - FY 2016, Recommendation
Projected Actual Revenues FY 2017, Executive Recommendation FY 2018
FY 2017

Under State law, using its Home Rule power, the County imposes and collects taxes and fees. In addition, the State of
Illinois also imposes and collects taxes and fees with a portion of the revenue being remitted to the County. These discrete
revenue sources, imposed both by the County and by other governments, are grouped into six categories: 1) property taxes,
2) fees, 3) non-property taxes, 4) intergovernmental revenues, 5) miscellaneous revenues, and 6) other financing sources.

PROPERTY TAX
In FY 2017, the County’s property tax levy revenue available for General and Health Enterprise Fund operations was $266.2
million. In FY 2018 this amount is $261.2 million, $5.0 million less than FY 2017. The decrease in revenue available to the
General Fund and Health Enterprise Fund is a result of a $3.2 million increase in Bond and Interest debt service obligations;
as well as an increase to the Employee Annuity & Benefit Fund by $5.7 million. The decrease in available revenue is despite
the $4.7 million growth in the net property tax levy in aggregate, due to the incorporation of the estimated value of new
property construction, and the expiration of incentives and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) districts, which is a continuation
of a practice that started in recent years. The County is a Home Rule unit of government and is not bound by these esti-
mates, but uses this estimate process to calculate the approximate property tax revenues to be generated in Tax Year 2018
from the values of new property and expirations as published by the County Clerk in 2017 for the 2016 tax year based on the
millage rates in affect during tax year 2016.

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The County’s total property tax levy is made up of two basic components: 1) the base property tax levy and 2) estimated
revenue from expiring incentives, expired TIF districts, and new property construction. As TIF districts and incentives expire,
the County recognizes additional property tax revenue without increasing property taxes on Cook County taxpayers on a
real (net of inflation) or nominal basis, absent any offsetting reduction in property removed from the tax roll. Similarly, the
addition of new property through construction and economic activity allows the County to generate additional revenue
without increasing property taxes for existing taxpayers in the same manner.

The County’s 2018 proposed base property tax levy continues to be $720.5 million. This base property tax levy established
by the County Board of Commissioners has not been adjusted to account for inflation since 1996. This amount is levied by
adjustments to the property tax rate in order to offset increases or decreases to the assessed valuations in Cook County. As
a result of the flat base levy, the Cook County portion of property tax bills has actually declined on a real basis, net of infla-
tion annually since 1996 and is projected to continue to do so in the 2018 tax year.

In addition to the base property tax, the levy includes an estimate of $36.8 million in property taxes that will be captured
from new property, expiring TIF districts and expiring incentives from previous years; and $4.7 million estimated for the
coming 2018 levy. The new property calculation reflects the figures published by the Cook County Clerk for the 2016 tax year,
which are the most recent available which were published in June of 2017.

There is also an offset of 3% for loss in collections for the operating funds (Public Safety, Health, and Elections) for an esti-
mated net total property tax amount of $753 million available for appropriations. The County Clerk is authorized to account
for loss in collections as necessary and is consistent with State law to ensure adequate resources are collected to cover
obligations in the Bond and Interest and Annuity and Benefit Funds.

Budgeted property tax revenues also reflect an estimate of declared TIF surplus of remittance of the County’s proportionate
share of expiring TIF districts across the County. Budgeted TIF surplus revenues were $9.0 million in FY2017, the FY2018
estimate is $7 million, reflecting the estimate of the County’s 8% proportional share of the City of Chicago’s anticipated TIF
surplus as well as an estimate for the annual average receipts from expiring suburban TIF districts such as the Hoffman
Estates Sears Economic Development Area TIF.

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Property Taxes Available to General and Health Enterprise Funds
$400

$350

$300

$250
Millions

$200

$150

$100

$50

$-
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18

Data Source: Actual Revenues FY 2014 -Data
FY Source:
2016,Actual Revenues Actual
Projected FY 2014 - FYRevenues
2016, ProjectedFY
Actual
2017,Revenues FY 2017, Executive
Executive Recommendation FYFY
Recommendation 20182018

NON-PROPERTY TAXES
The County is projecting to receive $1,388 million in non-property taxes in FY 2017; this is lower than the FY 2017 budgeted
revenue of $1,407 million due to the delay in Sweetened Beverage Tax collections. The estimated revenue for non-property
taxes in FY 2018 is $1,485 million, which is an increase of $77.6 million compared to the FY 2017 budget. This increase is the
result of the full fiscal year implementation of the Sweetened Beverage Tax.

Non-property taxes are for the most part taxes imposed by the County under the Home Rule authority granted by the 1970
Illinois Constitution. Under the State Constitution, the County’s taxing authority is limited only by a prohibition against an
income based tax and a tax upon occupations. All of the non-property taxes are administered and collected by the Cook
County Department of Revenue except Off Track Betting Commission, Illinois Gaming – Casino, Retailer’s Occupation (Sales)
Tax, Non-Retailer Vehicle Transaction Tax, and the State Income Tax which are collected by the State on the County’s behalf.
All non-property taxes are deposited into the Corporate Fund, Public Safety Fund, and Health Fund.

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COOK COUNTY SALES TAX
The Cook County Sales Tax was established September 1, 1992 and was imposed on general merchandise at a rate of 0.75%.
As of January 1, 2016, the effective sales tax rate in Cook County increased to 1.75%. The tax is County-wide including both
incorporated and unincorporated areas and has been adjusted over time by the County Board. The State collects the sales
tax on behalf of Cook County, and remits the tax receipts to the County. Effective with the State’s FY 2018 budget, 2% of sales
taxes collected on behalf of municipalities by the State will be transferred to the State’s Tax Compliance and Administrative
Fund. This is essentially a service fee imposed by the State on local governments for the collection and remittance of sales
tax revenue owed to local governments. The County estimates this loss of revenue at $14 million annually

The FY 2018 Cook County gross sales tax estimate is $779.2 million and is distributed between the Public Safety Fund and
Corporate Fund, with $353.4 million dedicated to a supplemental appropriation for an additional payment to the Pension
Fund. In FY 2017, the budgeted revenue from sales tax was $823 million; projected sales tax revenues in FY 2017 are
expected to be slightly lower at $814.7 million due to slower than expected economic growth during the fiscal year. The
underlying sluggish trend of economic growth and increasing movement of consumption to online sales activity seen in
Cook County and across the nation is projected to continue in FY2018.

Sales Tax Receipts
$900

$800

$700

$600
Millions

$500

$400

$300

$200

$100

$-
FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18
Data Source: Actual Revenues FY 2014 - FY 2016, Projected Actual Revenues FY 2017, Executive Recommendation FY 2018
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COOK COUNTY USE TAX
Beginning December 1, 1995, the County imposed and began collecting the Cook County Use Tax. This tax applies to tangible
personal property (e.g. cars, motorcycles & boats) titled or registered with a State agency, within the corporate limits of
Cook County. The rate is 1%. The FY 2017 Cook County use tax projection is $78.6 million, $2.4 million lower than the FY 2017
budget. The Use Tax is distributed only to the Public Safety Fund for transportation purposes as authorized by law. The
Cook County Use Tax is estimated to bring in $77 million in revenue for FY 2018, slightly less than the FY 2017 revenue projec-
tion due to expectations of a decrease in new vehicle sales as the auto industry continues to show monthly declines and is
projected to do so into FY 2018.

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TAX
The Alcoholic Beverage Tax is imposed on the retail sale of all alcoholic beverages in Cook County. The ordinance was
enacted in 1975 and last amended in 2012. Wines containing 14% or less alcohol by volume are taxed at the rate of 24 cents
per gallon, while those containing more than 14% are taxed at the rate of 45 cents per gallon. Alcohol and spirits are taxed
at a rate of $2.50 per gallon and beer is taxed at a rate of 9 cents per gallon. Once collected, all receipts are distributed to
the Public Safety Fund. The Alcoholic Beverage Tax is projected to garner $38.5 million in FY 2017 and is estimated to bring
in $37.0 million in revenue for FY 2018. Continued enforcement efforts will keep the revenue level despite modest declines in
projected consumption.

CIGARETTE TAX
Prior to 1997, the Cigarette Tax was imposed at a rate of 10 cents per packet of 20 cigarettes. Beginning in FY 1997, the ciga-
rette tax began a series of increases including the last increase in FY 2013, bringing the tax up from $2 to $3 per pack. The
Cigarette Tax is estimated to bring in $123.5 million in revenue for the Public Safety Fund in FY 2018, compared to a projected
$127.4 million in FY 2017. The decline in consumption due to price sensitivity to higher tax rates, the City of Chicago raising
the age for the legal purchase of tobacco to 21, the impact of smoking cessation programs and the increased usage of alter-
native e-cigarettes is offset by increased compliance efforts conducted by the Department of Revenue. The Department of
Revenue began utilizing tobacco-sniffing dogs as well as public outreach programs such as the whistleblower telephone
hotline regarding retailers who would seek to avoid paying the levied tax.

GAS TAX
The Gas Tax is imposed on the retail sale of gasoline and diesel within Cook County. Since FY 1997, the tax rate of 6 cents
per gallon has also been imposed on propane, jet fuel, diesel fuel, and kerosene. The receipts generated from this tax
are deposited entirely in the Public Safety Fund for transportation purposes as authorized by law. The FY 2017 projected
revenue of $100 million is $8.5 million higher than budgeted revenue, primarily due to a one-time audit settlement. The Gas
Tax is estimated to bring in $92 million in revenue for FY 2018, consistent with the FY 2017 budgeted revenue of $91.5 million.
Moderate fuel prices are projected to drive higher consumption which will offset declines from more fuel efficient cars and
cars that run on alternative fuel and electricity.

RETAIL SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLES TAX
A tax is imposed on the retail sale of new motor vehicles in Cook County at a rate of $7.50 for 2-wheelmotor vehicles, $11.25
for 3-wheel motor vehicles, $15.00 for 4-wheel motor vehicles, and $22.50 for trucks, truck tractors, trailers, semi-trailers or

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pole trailers. All of the tax receipts are deposited in the Public Safety Fund for transportation purposes as authorized by law.
The Retail Sale of Motor Vehicles Tax is estimated to bring in $3.0 million in revenue for FY 2018, compared to projected FY
2017 revenue of $3.1 million. Expectations of a slight decline in new vehicle sales due to a higher inventory of used vehicles
coming off lease agreement.

NON-RETAILER MOTOR VEHICLE TRANSACTION TAX
The non-retailer transactions tax is a use tax for non-retailer transfers of motor vehicles in Cook County. The tax is applied to
the transfer or purchase of a motor vehicle that is titled or registered from a non-retailer, at a location in Cook County, with
an agency of the State of Illinois. The estimated FY 2018 revenue is $17.8 million, compared to projected FY 2017 revenue of
$20.4 million. Though revenues that the State now collects on behalf of the County at registration are stable, the collection
on outstanding past due taxes from prior years is projected to decrease as the amount outstanding decreases. All of the tax
receipts are deposited in the Public Safety Fund for transportation purposes as authorized by law.

GAMBLING MACHINE TAX
In FY 2013, Cook County instituted a tax on electronic gambling machines. The tax rate is $1,000 per year per electronic
gambling device, such as a slot machine, and $200 per year per video gaming terminal, such as a video poker machine.
The Gambling Machine Tax is estimated to generate $2.1 million for FY 2018, a $0.25 million increase from FY 2017 projected
revenues as additional machines are brought on-line.

FIREARM AND FIREARM AMMUNITION TAX
In FY 2013, Cook County established a tax on firearms sold in Cook County. The tax of $25 per firearm is levied per new
firearm sold and collected by the seller. In FY 2016, Cook County established a tax on ammunition at a rate of $0.05 per
cartridge of centerfire ammunition and $0.01 per cartridge of rimfire ammunition. The revenue generated by the Firearm
and Firearm Ammunition Tax is deposited into the Public Safety Fund to help alleviate the cost of gun violence. The tax on
firearm and firearm ammunition is estimated to generate revenue of $1.65 million for FY 2018, comparable to the $1.6 million
projected in FY 2017.

WHEEL TAX
The Wheel Tax is an annual license fee authorizing the use of any motor vehicle within the unincorporated area of Cook
County. Depending on the motor vehicle’s class, weight, and number of axles, annual tax rates vary based on the vehicle
and trailer type. All tax receipts are deposited in the Public Safety Fund for transportation purposes as authorized by law.
The Wheel Tax is estimated to bring in $4.1 million in revenue for FY 2018, compared to budgeted FY 2017 revenue of $4.2
million. Additional noticing to increase compliance amongst the townships that comprise unincorporated Cook County will
continue into FY 2018 to keep revenues stable.

AMUSEMENT TAX
The Amusement Tax is imposed upon the patrons of amusement within the County of Cook, such as sporting events and
theaters. The tax rate is 3.0% of the gross receipts from admission fees or other charges for larger venues with lower
tax rates applicable to live performances at smaller venues. All tax receipts are deposited in the Public Safety Fund. The
Amusement Tax is estimated to bring in $36.3 million in revenue for FY 2018, compared to a projected $39.6 million in FY

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2017. Though the tax rate is being held steady in FY 2018, the decrease is attributed to one-time audit compliance collections
in 2017 that are not recurring in the coming year.

PARKING LOT AND GARAGE OPERATIONS TAX
The Parking Lot and Garage Operations Tax is imposed upon the use and privilege of parking a motor vehicle in or upon
any parking lot or garage in the County. Effective September 1, 2013, the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved
a change to the structure of the Parking Tax. The new structure imposes a rate of 6% of the charge or fee paid for parking
for a 24-hour period or less and 9% of the charge or fee paid for parking for a weekly or monthly period. All tax receipts
are deposited in the Public Safety Fund for transportation purposes as authorized by law. The Parking Lot and Garage
Operations Tax is estimated to bring in $49 million in revenue for FY 2018. This amount reflects a slight decrease from the
projected revenue in FY 2017 of $49.9 million due to fewer audit compliance findings.

OTHER TOBACCO AND CONSUMABLE PRODUCTS TAX
In FY 2012 the Home Rule Tax Ordinance was amended to close a loophole in the taxing of other tobacco products. In
FY 2017 the County is expected to collect approximately $7.8 million from taxing tobacco products other than cigarettes
including liquid nicotine as well as taxing “roll your own” tobacco on a per ounce basis. The FY 2018 revenue estimate is $7.5
million; the decrease is based on the City of Chicago raising the age for the legal purchase of tobacco to 21. All of the tax
receipts are deposited in the Public Safety Fund.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS TAX
In FY 2016, Cook County established a Hotel Accommodations Tax at a rate of 1% of the gross rental or leasing charge effec-
tive May 1, 2016. In FY 2017 the County is projecting to generate $32.5 million and the FY 2018 revenue estimate is projected
to remain steady at $31.75 million. The revenue generated will be deposited entirely in the Public Safety Fund.

SWEETENED BEVERAGE TAX
In FY 2017, the Cook County Board of Commissioners approved a Sweetened Beverage Tax imposed on the retail sale of
sweetened beverages in Cook County at the rate of a one cent per fluid ounce. The tax includes amongst other products
carbonated soft drinks, sweetened fruit beverages (excluding 100% fruit juice), sports drinks, ready-to-drink (RTD) tea,
energy drinks, and RTD coffee. The tax applies to both canned and bottled sweetened beverages and fountain drinks as
well as diet drinks and flavored/enhanced waters with added sweetener. The Sweetened Beverage tax was expected to
generate $74.6 million in revenue in FY 2017 based on an effective date of July, 2017. However, due to a Temporary Restraining
Order that was granted by the courts on June 30, 2017 and later dismissed on July 28, 2017, revenue collections were delayed
and resulted in a revised revenue estimate of $42.5 million in FY 2017. The FY 2018 revenue projection for the Sweetened
Beverage Tax is $200.6 million, reflecting the full year implementation of the tax. The revenue generated will be deposited in
the Public Safety Fund and Health Enterprise Fund.

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STATE INCOME TAX, RETAILER’S OCCUPATION TAX, ILLINOIS GAMING, AND OFF TRACK BETTING COMMISSION
The remaining non-property taxes are generated beyond the authority of Cook County but still remitted to the County.
In other words, some taxes and fees are imposed by other governmental units, i.e., the State, and a portion of those tax
receipts are given to the County. All revenue received from the State income tax, retailer’s occupation tax, Illinois gaming –
casino and off-track betting commissions are deposited into the Public Safety Fund.

FY FY
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Taxes
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Projected 2014 - FY
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GENERAL FUND FEES
The County imposes various General Fund fees for certain services that it performs. The fees charged by various County
departments include fees for vital records, real estate transactions, court case filings, and delinquent taxes. The General
Fund fees are distributed into the Corporate Fund and Public Safety Fund. The County is estimated to receive $217.9 million
by the end of FY 2017. For FY 2018, total General Fund fees are estimated to remain steady at $217.7 million. Traditionally many
of these fees are set by state statute or local ordinance and may not generally keep pace with the rate of inflation.

The following estimates were prepared by the respective elected officials and department directors.

COUNTY TREASURER
The Cook County Treasurer is projected to receive $56.6 million in FY 2017. The estimated revenue for FY 2018 increases to
$60 million due to State legislation moving the annual delinquent tax sale date to April from March. The Treasurer’s source
of revenue primarily consists of penalties on delinquent taxes.

COUNTY CLERK
The County Clerk collects revenue for sold and forfeited real estate taxes as well as a fee for each property index number
sold at tax sale. In addition, the Clerk collects miscellaneous vital records fees. The Clerk is projecting to receive $10.6
million in revenue for FY 2017 and estimates revenue to be constant at $10.6 million for FY 2018.

RECORDER OF DEEDS
The Recorder of Deeds collects revenue from the recording and collection of transfer stamps for real estate transactions
and other miscellaneous recordings including judgments and liens. The revenue projection is $35.3 million in FY 2017. For
FY 2018, the Recorder is estimating lower revenues at $32.9 million. The decrease is the result of a projected slowdown in
commercial real estate activity.

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
The Clerk of the Circuit Court collects revenue from a variety of fees and fines related to court case filings to cover costs in
administering judicial facilities and satellite offices. The projected revenue for FY 2017 is $71.6 million and $70.8 million is
estimated for FY 2018. The FY 2018 revenue estimate projects a stabilization of overall court case filings.

SHERIFF
The Sheriff derives revenue from processing court orders, the Municipal Division, evictions, escrow, Department of
Corrections, fines and citations. The projected revenue for FY 2017 is $18.2 million and for FY 2018 revenue is estimated to
decrease slightly to $17.8 million. The FY 2018 revenue estimation reflects a decrease in fines collected by the Sheriff Police.

PUBLIC GUARDIAN
The Public Guardian’s Office charges legal and other fees for the representation of disabled adult wards and for the main-
tenance of their estates in the Probate Division and for minors in the Domestic Relations Division. The FY 2018 revenue
estimate remains stable at $2.9 million in comparison to budgeted revenue in FY 2017 of $3 million.

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STATE’S ATTORNEY
The State’s Attorney’s budgeted revenue consists entirely of certain fees for felony and misdemeanor convictions in the Circuit
Court, which are imposed by the judges, collected by the Clerk of the Court and deposited directly to the Public Safety Fund.
The projected revenues for FY 2017 are $1.6 million and are estimated to remain even at $1.6 million in FY 2018.

BUILDING AND ZONING
The Department of Building and Zoning collects revenue through inspections and construction permitting for structures
within unincorporated Cook County. In addition, the Department collects fees for violations, business occupancy certifi-
cates, contractor registrations, and zoning amendments. Building and Zoning is projected to receive $3.5 million in FY 2017
and estimates revenue to be steady at $3.5 million for FY 2018 as real estate construction activities continue at a similar pace.
FY 2018 General Fund Fees
County Assessor

Recorder Audit Revenues

Other

Liquor Licenses

Public Administrator

Cable TV Franchise

Medical Examiner

State's Attorney

Highway Department Permits

Public Guardian

Building and Zoning

Environmental Control

Sheriff Court Services Fee

County Clerk

County Sheriff

Recorder of Deeds

County Treasurer

Clerk of Circuit Court

- 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
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Total General Funds Fees
$300

$250

$200
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$150

$100

$50

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HEALTH ENTERPRISE FUND
COOK COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITALS SYSTEM
The Health Enterprise Fund is supported by patient fees, health plan revenues, and supplemental payments for care
provided at County hospitals, pharmacies and clinics. Patient fees include those from Medicare, Medicaid, private payers
and insurance carriers, and health plan revenues through the Cook County Managed Care Community Network (MCCN), also
known as CountyCare. Supplemental payments include those from the Benefits Improvement and Protection Act (BIPA),
Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH), and incentive payments from the Federal government to increase electronic medical
records.

The Cook County Health and Hospital System (CCHHS) also generates revenue through its Department of Public Health
by way of inspection fees and grant reimbursement for the services it performs. There are also miscellaneous revenues
from the cafeteria, medical records, parking income, and physician’s fees. Finally, tax revenues in the form of an annual tax
allocation for operations are provided (with additional local taxpayer support provided for debt service costs and employee
pension costs that are accounted for outside the Health Fund).

The FY 2017 revenue projection is $1,482 million, $1.7 million higher than budgeted revenues primarily due to physician
resident program income. This positive variance helps offset decreases in revenues from Medicaid Fee-For-Service, Patient
Fees, and Managed Care. Medicare volumes have also been lower than projected, while access payments and payments
from other Medicaid Managed Care Organizations have been delayed.

On July 1, 2014, CountyCare became a County Managed Care Community Network (MCCN) and expanded to include all
Medicaid populations, including Family Health Plans (FHP) and Seniors and Persons with Disabilities (SPD). The program
began as an early implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Through CountyCare and the expansion of the insured popula-
tion through the Affordable Care Act the health system began transitioning its business model and reducing the self-payer
proportion of its patient base. The uninsured/self-payer proportion treated by CCHHS has declined from 63% in 2012 to
approximately 39% in 2017. For FY 2018 the Health Enterprise Fund estimates fees totaling $1,943 million, $461 million higher
than projected revenues in FY 2017. The primary driver of this increase is the projected growth of CountyCare enrollment of
Affordable Care Act (ACA) adults, Family Health Plan (FHP) and Seniors and Persons with Disabilities (SPD) to nearly 225,000
members per month in FY2018, as a result of the State of Illinois’ realignment of the managed care program. This is an
increase up from approximately 142,000 members per month. In conjunction with this growth, FY 2018 projected CountyCare
revenue is $1,205 million, about $401 million more than FY 2017 projected revenue. This revenue pays medical claims
costs for member care. In 2018, CCHHS expects to receive $217 million in reimbursement for care rendered to CountyCare
members as a result of a plan to increase utilization of CCHHS services within the CountyCare network. In addition to
caring for CountyCare patients, CCHHS continues to increase its contracts with managed care health plans and commer-
cial insurers to further drive new reimbursement to the system. Revenue from patient fees is expected to increase to $460
million in FY 2018, $87.4 million higher than the FY 2017 projection. This increase is mainly attributed to the projected 10%
growth in primary and specialty care, labor and delivery, and surgical patient volumes. Additionally, improvement in denial
management, pharmacy, billing, and coding is expected to result in higher revenue.

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FY 18 Health Enterprise Fund Fees

Public Health

CCHHS - Miscellaneous Fees

Patient Fees (Medicaid Plan BIPA IGT)

Fed State Med. Program Funding

Patient Fees (Medicare, Medicaid, Private)

Managed Care

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Actual ActualFYRevenues
Revenues FY 2014Appropriation
2017, Adopted - FY 2016, Projected Actual Revenues FY 2017, Executive Recommendation FY 2018
FY 2018

Total Health Enterprise Funds Fees
$2,000

$1,800

$1,600

$1,400

$1,200
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$1,000

$800

$600

$400

$200

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES
Revenue from intergovernmental sources is granted by other governmental units, i.e., the State. For example, the State
through State statute agrees to partially reimburse for the salaries of the State’s Attorney and the Public Defender.

Revenue received for the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC), Probation, State’s Attorney and the Public Defender
from the State of Illinois are deposited into the Public Safety Fund.

The Intergovernmental revenue for FY 2017 is projected to be $43.4 million, the revenue estimate is expected to decrease
to $41.5 million due to a projected decrease in funding from the Federal Government in its State Criminal Alien Assistance
Program. The Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts (AOIC) subsidizes the salaries of probation officers and adminis-
trative staff that work on behalf of adult and juvenile probation. In 2015 the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC)
transitioned from a Federal Transitional Administrator to the Office of the Chief Judge; as a result, the personnel assigned to
the JTDC also became eligible for the AOIC subsidy.

Intergovernmental Revenue
$50

$45

$40

$35

$30
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$25

$20

$15

$10

$5

$-
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MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
Miscellaneous Revenues includes real estate rental income from various County Buildings, sale of excess real estate,
commissions on public telephones, investment income, and other forms of miscellaneous revenue such as parking fees and
the sale of salvage. For FY 2018, Cook County is estimated to receive $34.7 million in miscellaneous revenues, an increase
from the FY 2017 budget of $28.6 million due to one-time settlements.

Miscellaneous Revenue
$40

$35

$30

$25
Millions

$20

$15

$10

$5

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OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Beginning in FY 2017, Other Financing Sources available to the General Fund no longer included the Motor Fuel Tax
(MFT) which the State collects and remits to the County. These funds are now dedicated to support the Highway and
Transportation plan and associated operating costs of the Highway and Transportation system. The remaining revenue
source in Other Financing Sources is Indirect Costs reimbursed from Special Purpose Funds and Grants back to the County
General Fund based on a cost allocation plan identifying indirect expenses and pension funding supplied by the County. For
FY 2018, the County is estimated to receive $11.0 million in Indirect Costs.

Other Financing Sources
$100

$90

$80

$70

$60
Millions

$50

$40

$30

$20

$10

$-
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2018 ANNUAL REVENUES BY SOURCE
Actual Appropriation Projected Actual Recommendation
FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18
Property Taxes
Property Tax - Tax Levy $ 310,087,546 $ 266,246,513 $ 266,246,513 $ 261,228,001
Property Tax - Tax Increment Financing Surplus 10,607,415 9,040,000 11,735,765 7,000,000
Total Property Tax Revenue $ 320,694,961 $ 275,286,513 $ 277,982,278 $ 268,228,001

Non-Property Taxes
Home Rule Sales Tax 643,831,866 823,000,395 814,700,000 779,200,000
County Use Tax 82,510,276 81,000,000 78,636,956 77,000,000
Off Track Betting Commission 1,644,122 1,000,000 1,325,513 1,150,000
Illinois Gaming - Casino 8,552,368 8,500,000 8,662,950 8,550,000
Retail Sale of Motor Vehicles Tax 3,395,418 3,400,000 3,101,328 3,000,000
Retailer's Occupation Tax 2,826,671 2,930,000 2,880,000 2,450,000
Wheel Tax 3,614,040 4,200,000 4,500,765 4,100,000
State Income Tax 12,677,951 13,160,000 12,200,000 10,500,000
Alcoholic Beverage Tax 37,298,565 37,250,000 38,459,090 37,000,000
Gas / Diesel Fuel Tax 97,889,174 91,500,000 99,998,851 92,000,000
Cigarette Tax 129,587,025 125,190,000 127,399,348 123,500,000
Other Tobacco and Consumable Products Tax 8,139,947 8,000,000 7,757,847 7,500,000
Firearm and Firearm Ammunition Tax 1,242,669 1,210,000 1,616,042 1,650,000
Hotel Accommodations Tax 19,617,985 31,500,000 32,456,973 31,750,000
Gambling Machine Tax 2,193,810 2,100,000 1,849,400 2,100,000
Sweetened Beverage Tax - 73,667,500 42,456,454 200,600,000
Non-Retailer Transaction Use Tax 22,956,187 20,200,000 20,367,636 17,750,000
Amusement Tax 37,253,279 32,300,000 39,613,462 36,250,000
Parking Lot / Garage Operations Tax 48,764,692 47,300,000 49,859,020 49,000,000
Total Other Non Property Taxes $ 1,163,996,045 $ 1,407,407,895 $ 1,387,841,635 $ 1,485,050,000

Fees
County Treasurer 72,142,890 54,000,000 56,640,771 60,000,000
County Clerk 10,580,111 10,595,000 10,595,000 10,610,000
Recorder of Deeds 41,772,022 36,500,000 35,267,368 32,900,000
Recorder Audit Revenues 53,871 200,000 134,476 175,000
Clerk of Circuit Court 70,398,714 72,000,000 71,603,729 70,780,000
County Sheriff 20,476,946 18,226,300 18,226,797 17,830,108
State's Attorney 1,533,209 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000
Building & Zoning 3,137,912 3,500,000 3,503,128 3,500,000
Environmental Control 5,137,941 4,700,000 4,700,000 4,740,000
County Assessor 58,683 56,760 56,760 56,760
County Assessor Tax Fraud 1,343,525 - - -
Highway Department Permits 1,256,956 1,800,000 1,123,286 1,300,000
Public Administrator 758,670 900,000 900,000 900,000
Liquor Licenses 319,131 305,000 305,508 305,000
Public Guardian 2,983,178 3,027,127 3,110,000 2,900,000
Medical Examiner 1,279,716 1,400,000 1,359,844 1,930,000
Sheriff Court Services Fee 7,742,037 7,440,885 7,440,885 6,895,314
Cable TV Franchise 1,143,151 1,000,000 1,156,490 1,100,000
Other Fees 233,939 253,000 197,847 200,000
Total Fee Revenue $ 242,352,602 $ 217,504,072 $ 217,921,889 $ 217,722,182

County Health & Hospital System Fees
Patient Fees (Medicare ,Medicaid, Private) 290,436,109 375,119,387 372,591,346 460,000,000
Patient Fees - Medicaid Plan BIPA IGT 137,435,000 132,337,500 134,775,000 132,300,000
Fed State Med. Program Funding 157,278,312 156,700,000 152,660,424 134,700,000
Managed Care 868,162,903 809,273,903 804,474,916 1,205,100,000
CCHHS - Miscellaneous Fees 5,148,763 5,000,000 15,636,073 9,000,000
Public Health 2,969,831 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
Total CCHHS Fee Revenue $ 1,461,430,918 $ 1,480,430,790 $ 1,482,137,759 $ 1,943,100,000

Intergovernmental Revenues
Federal Government
State Criminal Alien Assist. (SCAAP) 1,257,508 1,436,985 1,337,774 -
State of Illinois
Probation Off, Juvenile CT & JTDC 42,536,679 39,967,570 39,967,570 41,189,267
Salaries of State's Attorney 195,792 195,784 195,784 195,784
Salaries of Public Defender 124,666 131,320 131,320 127,160
Cook County Forest Preserve District
Reimbursement for Services - 1,790,377 1,790,377 -
Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ 44,114,645 $ 43,522,036 $ 43,422,825 $ 41,512,211

Miscellaneous Revenues
Investment Income 332,796 760,236 812,360 800,000
Estate of Heirs - 500,000 - -
Telephone Commissions 3,284,233 2,200,000 3,025,714 1,000,000
Real Estate and Rental Income 7,264,962 8,857,599 8,908,835 7,972,500
Other 5,584,082 16,282,061 14,606,823 24,948,362
Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 16,466,073 $ 28,599,896 $ 27,353,732 $ 34,720,862

Other Financing Sources
Motor Fuel Tax 54,500,000 - - -
Indirect Costs 8,796,716 11,402,353 11,402,353 10,982,367
Total Other Financing Sources $ 63,296,716 $ 11,402,353 $ 11,402,353 $ 10,982,367

Revenue Total $ 3,312,351,960 $ 3,464,153,555 $ 3,448,062,471 $ 4,001,315,623

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General & Health Enterprise Fund Revenues Uses and Purposes
Revenue Source Corporate Public Safety General Fund Total Health Grand Total
Property Taxes
Property Tax - Tax Levy $ - $ 178,382,633 $ 178,382,633 $ 82,845,368 $ 261,228,001
Property Tax - Tax Increment Financing Surplus 7,000,000 7,000,000 7,000,000
Total Property Tax Revenue $ - $ 185,382,633 $ 185,382,633 $ 82,845,368 $ 268,228,001

Non-Property Taxes
Home Rule Sales Tax 412,728,465 366,471,535 779,200,000 779,200,000
County Use Tax 77,000,000 77,000,000 77,000,000
Off Track Betting Commission 1,150,000 1,150,000 1,150,000
Illinois Gaming - Casino 8,550,000 8,550,000 8,550,000
Retail Sale of Motor Vehicles Tax 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000
Retailer's Occupation Tax 2,450,000 2,450,000 2,450,000
Wheel Tax 4,100,000 4,100,000 4,100,000
State Income Tax 10,500,000 10,500,000 10,500,000
Alcoholic Beverage Tax 37,000,000 37,000,000 37,000,000
Gas / Diesel Fuel Tax 92,000,000 92,000,000 92,000,000
Cigarette Tax 123,500,000 123,500,000 123,500,000
Other Tobacco and Consumable Products Tax 7,500,000 7,500,000 7,500,000
Firearm and Firearm Ammunition Tax 1,650,000 1,650,000 1,650,000
Hotel Accommodations Tax 31,750,000 31,750,000 31,750,000
Gambling Machine Tax 2,100,000 2,100,000 2,100,000
Sweetened Beverage Tax 173,445,368 173,445,368 27,154,632 200,600,000
Non-Retailer Transaction Use Tax 17,750,000 17,750,000 17,750,000
Amusement Tax 36,250,000 36,250,000 36,250,000
Parking Lot / Garage Operations Tax 49,000,000 49,000,000 49,000,000
Total Other Non Property Taxes $ 412,728,465 $ 1,045,166,903 $ 1,457,895,368 $ 27,154,632 $ 1,485,050,000

Fees
County Treasurer 60,000,000 60,000,000 60,000,000
County Clerk 10,610,000 10,610,000 10,610,000
Recorder of Deeds 32,900,000 32,900,000 32,900,000
Recorder Audit Revenues 175,000 175,000 175,000
Clerk of Circuit Court 70,780,000 70,780,000 70,780,000
County Sheriff 17,830,108 17,830,108 17,830,108
State's Attorney 1,600,000 1,600,000 1,600,000
Building & Zoning 3,500,000 3,500,000 3,500,000
Environmental Control 4,740,000 4,740,000 4,740,000
County Assessor 56,760 56,760 56,760
Highway Department Permits 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000
Public Administrator 900,000 900,000 900,000
Liquor Licenses 305,000 305,000 305,000
Public Guardian 2,900,000 2,900,000 2,900,000
Medical Examiner 1,930,000 1,930,000 1,930,000
Sheriff Court Services Fee 6,895,314 6,895,314 6,895,314
Cable TV Franchise 1,100,000 1,100,000 1,100,000
Other Fees 200,000 200,000 200,000
Total Fee Revenue $ 114,886,760 $ 102,835,422 $ 217,722,182 $ - $ 217,722,182

County Health & Hospital System Fees
Patient Fees (Medicare ,Medicaid, Private) 460,000,000 460,000,000
Patient Fees - Medicaid Plan BIPA IGT 132,300,000 132,300,000
Fed State Med. Program Funding 134,700,000 134,700,000
Managed Care 1,205,100,000 1,205,100,000
CCHHS - Miscellaneous Fees 9,000,000 9,000,000
Public Health 2,000,000 2,000,000
Total CCHHS Fee Revenue $ - $ - $ - $ 1,943,100,000 $ 1,943,100,000

Intergovernmental Revenues
State of Illinois
Probation Off, Juvenile CT & JTDC 41,189,267 41,189,267 41,189,267
Salaries of State's Attorney 195,784 195,784 195,784
Salaries of Public Defender 127,160 127,160 127,160
Total Intergovernmental Revenues $ - $ 41,512,211 $ 41,512,211 $ - $ 41,512,211

Miscellaneous Revenues
Investment Income 800,000 800,000 800,000
Telephone Commissions 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000
Real Estate and Rental Income 7,972,500 7,972,500 7,972,500
Other 24,948,362 24,948,362 24,948,362
Total Miscellaneous Revenues $ 33,720,862 $ 1,000,000 $ 34,720,862 $ - $ 34,720,862

Other Financing Sources
Indirect Costs 8,204,946 2,777,421 10,982,367 10,982,367
Total Other Financing Sources $ 8,204,946 $ 2,777,421 $ 10,982,367 $ - $ 10,982,367

Grand Total $ 569,541,033 $ 1,378,674,590 $ 1,948,215,623 $ 2,053,100,000 $ 4,001,315,623

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INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS
The total amount of Special Purpose Fund revenue and fund balance used for the appropriation in FY 2018 is estimated to be
$688.2 million, an increase of $8.6 million from FY 2017. Special Purpose Funds are enabled through State statutes and have
defined sources of revenue and uses for expenditures; in contrast to the General Fund the County has traditionally consid-
ered the appropriation of fund balance for Special Purpose Funds as an available resource for appropriation, though it is not
required to budget such fund balances and generally does not appropriate the entire fund balance where practical. In FY
2018, there are 36 special purpose funds. In addition to these special purpose funds, there are funds specifically utilized to
pay for bond and interest as well as the statutory payment for the employee annuity and benefit fund. These funds receive
revenues from the property tax as well as the Personal Property Replacement Tax (PPRT).

BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS ELECTION FUND
The election fund revenue comes from the property tax and varies according to the election cycle. As a result, this fund
increases from $22 million in FY 2017 to $43 million in FY 2018 due to the City of Chicago election costs that occur in even
numbered years.

BOND AND INTEREST
The Bond and Interest fund is utilized for County debt service payments. This fund receives revenue from a portion of the
property tax levy. For FY 2018, this fund is expected to receive $280.4 million, up from $277.1 million in FY 2017, reflecting an
increase in projected debt service costs associated with legacy debt issuance.

ANNUITY AND BENEFITS
The Annuity and Benefits fund is utilized for statutory payments to the Pension Fund. For FY 2018, this fund will receive
revenue from the property tax levy in the amount of $167.9 million and a projected $43.5 million from the PPRT, for a total
budget of $211.4 million. This is an increase of $3.2 million from the FY 2017 total of $208.2 million. The 2016 employee payroll
deductions for pension purposes are used to establish the County funding requirement for the Annuity and Benefits Fund
in the 2018 levy year which reflected higher costs than the 2015 figure utilized in calculating the 2017 statutorily authorized
payment.

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SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS TABLE
Fund 2016 Ending Fund 2017 Revised 2017 Estimated 2017 Estimated 2017 Projected 2018 Revenue 2018 Estimated 2018 Estimated 2018 Projected
Number Description Balance Revenue Estimate Total Resources Expenditures Ending Balance Estimate Total Resources Expenditures Ending Balance
Bureau of Administration
11856 MFT Illinois First (1st) 6,807,527 48,214,617 55,022,144 37,218,048 17,804,096 43,275,418 61,079,514 43,275,418 17,804,096
Intergovernmental revenue for planning road infrastructure improvements with the State of Illinois and Federal Government.
11302 Township Roads 3,026,485 440,163 3,466,648 214,276 3,252,372 431,649 3,684,021 3,500,000 184,021
Intergovernmental revenue for planning road infrastructure improvements with the State of Illinois and Federal Government.
11312 Animal Control Department 9,385,491 3,829,999 13,215,490 4,795,521 8,419,969 3,650,000 12,069,969 5,920,552 6,149,417
Funded by fees for the control and prevent the spread of rabies.
11310 Cook County Law Library (1,050,529) 5,000,000 3,949,471 4,767,817 (818,346) 5,000,000 4,181,654 4,850,951 (669,297)
Funded by fees to provide for organized book collections, bibliographical and reference service to lawyers, judges and general law library services to public.
11273 Environmental Control Solid Waste Program 949,605 480,000 1,429,605 516,225 913,380 510,000 1,423,380 497,725 925,655
Fees collected from sanitary landfills and municipal solid waste transfer stations located within Cook County.

Bureau of Technology
11249 Geographical Information System 10,748,691 7,339,293 18,087,984 13,002,590 5,085,394 7,300,000 12,385,394 11,434,743 950,651

C O O K
Funded by Fees for equipment, material, and necessary expenses incurred in implementing and maintaining the GIS system.

County Clerk
11306 County Clerk Election Division / Board of Election 1,411,909 42,651,700 44,063,609 23,037,745 21,025,864 22,003,627 43,029,491 43,029,491 -
Property Tax Commissioners
revenue to pay for the costs of elections under the jurisdiction of the County Clerk and the Board of Elections.
11316 County Clerk Automation 427,227 1,466,312 1,893,539 1,636,708 256,831 1,350,000 1,606,831 1,588,713 18,118
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Fees used to upgrade and establish computerized files for voter registration and election judges.

C O U N T Y
Recorder of Deeds
11314 County Recorder Document Storage System (290,786) 2,902,198 2,611,412 3,751,418 (1,140,006) 2,728,066 1,588,060 3,317,691 (1,729,631)
Funded with fees used to pay for the expenditures involved in starting and maintaining a document storage system.
11259 County Recorder GIS Fee (484,388) 1,809,150 1,324,762 1,453,652 (128,890) 1,700,601 1,571,711 1,839,854 (268,143)

F I S C A L
Funded with Fees to provide and maintain a countywide map through a geographic information system.
11260 County Recorder Rental Housing Support Fee 205,551 262,595 468,146 396,214 71,932 257,138 329,070 268,640 60,430
Funded through Fees from a State surcharge, to assist in addressing the need for rental housing.

Treasurer

Y E A R
11854 County Treasurer Tax Sale Automation 16,975,417 9,651,540 26,626,957 11,435,096 15,191,861 9,500,000 24,691,861 11,789,574 12,902,287
User Fees used to Pay for the expenditures required to start and maintain a computerized system to conduct delinquent property tax sales.

Chief Judge

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11322 Chief Judge Dispute Resolution 72,857 182,000 254,857 190,511 64,346 182,000 246,346 216,547 29,799
Fee revenue source used to support activities to mediate disputes in an attempt to relieve the court system of lengthy lawsuits.


11326 Adult Probation Service Fee 1,052,762 3,437,000 4,489,762 4,430,158 59,604 3,437,000 3,496,604 3,495,768 836
Fee revenue source used to supervise people convicted of criminal and civil offenses.

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11328 Social Services and Probation Court Services 900,445 2,814,000 3,714,445 3,683,968 30,477 4,000,000 4,030,477 3,994,371 36,106
Fee used to provide social service casework expertise for probation and court service cases.
11261 Chief Judge Children Waiting Room 469,716 2,465,000 2,934,716 2,385,801 548,915 2,465,000 3,013,915 2,673,788 340,127
Fee used to provide free, on-site care for children whose parents or guardians attend court to protect children from being exposed to potentially traumatic courtroom testimony or behavior.
11263 Chief Judge Mental Health Court (400,848) 733,000 332,152 701,256 (369,104) 733,000 363,896 551,254 (187,358)
Fee revenue source to address the disproportionate involvement of individuals with mental illness in the criminal justice system.
11264 Chief Judge Peer Court (208,402) 335,000 126,598 301,107 (174,509) 335,000 160,491 160,107 384
Fee revenue source to collect, disperse, and account for peer jury and teen court or youth diversion services.
11265 Chief Judge Drug Court (176,506) 354,000 177,494 301,071 (123,577) 354,000 230,423 230,423 -
Funded by fees to assist nonviolent substance abusing offenders in their recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction.

Health and Hospital
11248 Cook County Lead Poisoning Prevention 9,529,449 - 9,529,449 3,283,899 6,245,550 - 6,245,550 4,085,998 2,159,552
Funded by "other revenue" to reduce the danger of lead-based pain in Cook County dwellings, through lead abatement, mitigation, and education of residents on the dangers of lead based paint/materials.
11255 Suburban Cook County TB Sanitarium District 10,208,415 1,287,805 11,496,220 5,287,865 6,208,355 1,287,805 7,496,160 5,958,938 1,537,222
Funded by "other revenue" to prevent, care, treat, and control tuberculosis and other communicable diseases in or associated with Cook County.
REVENUE

Clerk of the Circuit Court
11320 Clerk of the Circuit Court Automation (8,951,237) 10,538,965 1,587,728 9,999,584 (8,411,856) 10,300,000 1,888,144 9,534,908 (7,646,764)
Funded by fees for the acquisition, installation, and maintenance of all computer hardware system analysis, design, programming, and all computer programs.
11318 Clerk of the Circuit Court Document Storage (6,499,882) 9,508,638 3,008,756 8,412,082 (5,403,326) 9,200,000 3,796,674 8,056,236 (4,259,562)
Funded by fees to assist nonviolent substance abusing offenders in their recovery from drug and/or alcohol addiction.

Health and Hospital
11248 Cook County Lead Poisoning Prevention 9,529,449 - 9,529,449 3,283,899 6,245,550 - 6,245,550 4,085,998 2,159,552
Funded by "other revenue" to reduce the danger of lead-based pain in Cook County dwellings, through lead abatement, mitigation, and education of residents on the dangers of lead based paint/materials.
11255 Suburban Cook County TB Sanitarium District 10,208,415 1,287,805 11,496,220 5,287,865 6,208,355 1,287,805 7,496,160 5,958,938 1,537,222
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Funded by "other revenue" to prevent, care, treat, and control tuberculosis and other communicable diseases in or associated with Cook County.

Clerk of the Circuit Court
11320 Clerk of the Circuit Court Automation (8,951,237) 10,538,965 1,587,728 9,999,584 (8,411,856) 10,300,000 1,888,144 9,534,908 (7,646,764)
REVENUE
Funded by fees for the acquisition, installation, and maintenance of all computer hardware system analysis, design, programming, and all computer programs.
11318 Clerk of the Circuit Court Document Storage (6,499,882) 9,508,638 3,008,756 8,412,082 (5,403,326) 9,200,000 3,796,674 8,056,236 (4,259,562)
Funded by fees to assist in the preparation of documents to be microfilmed or microfiched, and perform filming when necessary.
11258 Clerk of the Circuit Court Administrative (372,907) 773,367 400,460 757,071 (356,611) 750,000 393,389 713,337 (319,948)
Funded through fees to offset costs incurred by the Circuit Court Clerk in performing additional duties required to collect and disburse funds to entities of State and Local Governments.
11269 Circuit Court Clerk Electronic Citation 44,818 260,718 305,536 250,000 55,536 250,000 305,536 250,000 55,536
Fees used to establish and maintain a system for electronic citations.

Public Defender
11272 Public Defender Records Automation 57,669 96,343 154,012 138,000 16,012 138,000 154,012 138,000 16,012
Fee revenue source to develop and implement cost effective and productivity enhancing information technology solutions to meet current and future document storage and records retention needs.

Sheriff
11324 ETSB 911 - Intergovernmental Agreement (2,730,723) 1,917,470 (813,253) 1,681,351 (2,494,604) 1,863,613 (630,991) 1,863,613 (2,494,604)
Intergovernmental revenue for the Implementation, installation of an enhanced “911” emergency telephone system for the citizens of unincorporated Cook County.
11262 Sheriff Women's Justice Service 64,187 20,000 84,187 20,000 64,187 20,000 84,187 20,000 64,187

C O O K
Fee revenue source for the operation of the rehabilitation programs provided by the Sheriff’s Department of Women’s Justice Services, including mental health and substance services.
11266 Sheriff Vehicle Purchase Fund 647,174 277,500 924,674 277,500 647,174 200,000 847,174 200,000 647,174
Other revenue sources to fund the acquisition or maintenance of police vehicles.
11277 Sheriff Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund - - - - - 75,000 75,000 10,000 65,000
A registration fee toward the collection, transportation and disposal of Unwanted Covered Drugs.

C O U N T Y
State's Attorney
11252 State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture (3,367,559) 1,650,000 (1,717,559) 3,264,847 (4,982,406) 1,850,000 (3,132,406) 1,615,765 (4,748,171)
Intergovernmental revenue to fund work with State, City and County Agencies on various drug related cases. Revenues are derived through monies and Forfeited Narcotics Investigations.
11271 State's Attorney Records Automation 266,090 96,343 362,433 121,472 240,961 138,000 378,961 138,000 240,961
Fee revenue used to provide professional services to youthful offender’s involved in the Juvenile Justice system.

F I S C A L
Assessor
11268 Assessor Special Revenue Fund 70,510 815,000 885,510 815,000 70,510 815,000 885,510 815,000 70,510
Other revenue for marketing opportunities for, and not limited to, the Assessor's website, database and assessment notices.

Y E A R
11276 Assessor Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery - 2,284,101 2,284,101 2,284,101 - 2,173,615 2,173,615 2,173,615 -
Revenue generated through penalties and interest based on audit findings of erroneous homestead exemptions.

Land Bank
11274 Land Bank Authority 3,670,479 16,296,624 19,967,103 15,162,352 4,804,751 17,900,000 22,704,751 17,859,593 4,845,158

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Establishes Land Bank, funded by "other revenue," to reduce and return vacant and abandoned properties back into productive and sustainable community assets.


Economic Development
11275 Economic Development Sec.108 Loan Program - 350,000 350,000 75,000 275,000 350,000 625,000 309,675 315,325

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Program allows local governments to transform a portion of their CDBG funds into federally guaranteed loans to pursue physical and economic revitalization. projects capable of renewing entire neighborhoods.

Special Purpose Fund Subtotal 52,458,707 180,540,441 232,999,148 166,049,306 66,949,842 156,523,532 223,473,374 196,378,288 27,095,086
11716 Bond and Interest - 277,133,392 277,133,392 277,133,392 - 280,368,569 280,368,569 280,368,569 -
11303 Annuity and Benefits (Property Tax) - 162,275,629 162,275,629 162,275,629 - 167,946,952 167,946,952 167,946,952 -
11303 Annuity and Benefits (PPRT) - 45,950,577 45,950,577 45,950,577 - 43,502,293 43,502,293 43,502,293 -

Total Special Purpose Fund 52,458,707 665,900,039 718,358,746 651,408,904 66,949,842 648,341,346 715,291,188 688,196,102 27,095,086
* Self Insurance Fund not included.
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Tax Levy
$800

$700

$600

$500
Millions

$400

$300

$200

$100

$-
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
General Fund & Health Enterprise Fund Bond and Interest, Annuity Benefit, & Capital Election

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Corporate $12,546,222 $11,814,356 $12,912,708 $10,129,474 $7,876,457 $12,146,790 $11,638,727 $7,825,316 $17,329,992 $0
Public Safety 203,836,519 191,946,006 244,587,612 246,079,114 274,129,354 305,385,960 190,000,000 178,718,789 157,093,889 209,469,677
Health Enterprise Fund 148,853,737 140,170,567 118,405,014 85,564,791 82,656,642 39,725,778 150,000,000 119,753,400 86,177,964 45,432,520
Subtotal General Fund and Health Enterprise Fund $365,236,478 $ 343,930,929 $ 375,905,334 $ 341,773,379 $364,662,453 $357,258,528 $351,638,727 $306,297,505 $260,601,845 $254,902,197

Bond and Interest Fund 209,147,064 190,760,412 187,080,716 193,532,419 186,227,827 185,502,992 218,605,568 239,536,046 263,661,333 264,908,070
Employee Annuity & Benefit Fund 127,100,000 141,841,605 138,497,492 147,556,135 150,002,488 137,898,511 130,275,771 132,519,601 154,387,057 158,685,772
Capital Projects 20,251,882 0
Subtotal B&I, Annuity & Benefit, and Capital $ 336,247,064 $ 332,602,017 $ 325,578,208 $ 341,088,554 $ 336,230,315 $ 323,401,503 $ 348,881,339 $ 372,055,647 $ 438,300,272 $ 423,593,842

Election Fund 19,000,000 43,950,596 19,000,000 37,621,609 19,590,774 39,823,511 19,963,476 42,130,390 21,581,425 41,987,503
Subtotal Election Fund $19,000,000 $43,950,596 $19,000,000 $37,621,609 $19,590,774 $39,823,511 $19,963,476 $42,130,390 $21,581,425 $41,987,503

Base Tax Levy $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542 $720,483,542

Expiring TIF 0 0 0 1,400,000 1,613,406 1,908,472 9,166,938 15,640,899 17,022,794 17,582,624
Incentives 0 0 0 0 74,228 275,504 518,931 695,668 982,238 1,289,277
New Property 0 0 0 0 2,788,484 5,124,677 11,388,997 15,137,220 18,808,848 22,627,596
Subtotal Estimated Value of Expiring TIF/Incentives
& New Property $ - $ - $ - $ 1,400,000 $ 4,476,118 $ 7,308,653 $ 21,074,866 $ 31,473,787 $ 36,813,880 $ 41,499,497

Base Tax Levy plus Estimated Value of Expiring
TIF/Incentives & New Property $ 720,483,542 $ 720,483,542 $ 720,483,542 $ 721,883,542 $724,959,660 $727,792,195 $741,558,408 $751,957,329 $757,297,422 $ 761,983,039

FY 2018 Tax Levy
Estimated Value of Estimated Value of
Expiring Expiring
TIF/Incentive & TIF/Incentive, New Appropriation
New Property Property Current Allowance for Net Tax Levy For
Base Tax Levy Previous Years Year Gross Tax Levy Uncollected Taxes Appropriation

Public Safety Fund $ 174,062,982 $ 8,726,006 $ 1,110,633 $ 183,899,622 $ (5,516,989) $ 178,382,633

Sub Total General Fund $ 174,062,982 $ 8,726,006 $ 1,110,633 $ 183,899,622 $ (5,516,989) $ 178,382,633

Health Enterprise Fund $ 80,839,214 $ 4,052,576 $ 515,806 $ 85,407,596 $ (2,562,228) $ 82,845,368

Election Fund $ 41,987,504 $ 2,104,889 $ 267,907 $ 44,360,300 $ (1,330,809) $ 43,029,491

Bond and Interest Fund $ 264,908,070 $ 13,714,888 $ 1,745,611 $ 280,368,569 $ - $ 280,368,569
Employee Annuity & Benefit Fund $ 158,685,772 $ 8,215,520 $ 1,045,659 $ 167,946,952 $ - $ 167,946,952

Total All Funds $ 720,483,542 $ 36,813,880 $ 4,685,617 $ 761,983,039 $ 9,410,026 $ 752,573,013

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Cook County, Illinois
Equalized Assessed Valuation

$200,000

$180,000

$160,000

$140,000

$120,000
Millions

$100,000

$80,000

$60,000

$40,000

$20,000

$-
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Chicago Outside Chicago Total Cook County

Year Chicago Outside Chicago Total Cook County
2016 $ 74,016,506,351 $ 69,466,749,668 $ 143,483,256,019
2015 70,963,288,968 61,751,561,451 132,714,850,419
2014 64,908,056,690 63,302,490,501 128,210,547,191
2013 62,363,875,664 63,550,963,278 125,914,838,942
2012 65,250,387,267 70,925,637,060 136,176,024,327
2011 75,122,913,910 76,946,137,806 152,069,051,716
2010 82,087,170,063 88,317,443,227 170,404,613,290
2009 84,586,807,689 93,483,786,583 178,070,594,272
2008 80,977,543,020 92,664,404,974 173,641,947,994
2007 73,645,316,037 85,621,597,612 159,266,913,649
2006 69,511,192,285 74,833,590,915 144,344,783,200
2005 59,304,530,189 74,067,183,541 133,371,713,730
2004 55,276,929,775 66,285,171,636 121,562,101,411
2003 53,168,632,414 59,332,812,042 112,501,444,456
2002 45,330,892,358 59,754,320,644 105,085,213,002

Source: Cook County Clerk, Tax Extension Division.

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COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS
COUNTY EMPLOYEES ANNUITY AND BENEFITS FUND
RECOMMENDATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018

County Contributions for

Salary Deductions $ 134,282,029
Refund Repayments $ 2,569,240
Former Service Payments $ 145,726
Military Service $ 161,178
Optional Deductions $ 38,314
Optional Payments $ -
Sick Time $ 264,359
1 Yr. ODCX $ 12,742
Tier 2 - Salary Deduction Shortage Payments $ 371
Deductions in lieu of disability $ 1,881,633

Total Contrib. For levy $ 139,355,592

Levy Factor 1.54

Gross Tax Levy $ 214,607,612

Add: Compensation Annuity Per Section 5/9-147 $ 4,165

Less: Federal Grants $ (3,162,532)

Net Tax Levy $ 211,449,245

$250

$200

Estimated Value of
Expiring TIF/Incentives
& New Property
$150
General Property Tax
Millions

Levy

$100
Personal Property
Replacement Tax

$50

$-
FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018

FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018
Personal Property Replacement Tax $ 55,370,862 $ 58,700,000 $ 57,314,000 $ 45,950,577 $ 43,502,293
General Property Tax Levy $ 137,898,511 $ 130,275,771 $ 132,519,601 $ 154,207,469 $ 158,685,772
Estimated Value of Expiring TIF/Incentives & New Property $ 1,398,856 $ 3,810,697 $ 5,789,020 $ 8,068,160 $ 9,261,180
Total Employee Annuity & Benefit Fund $ 194,668,229 $ 192,786,468 $ 195,622,621 $ 208,226,206 $ 211,449,245

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COOK COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SYSTEM TAX ALLOCATION SUMMARY
Cook County Health and Hospital System Tax Allocation Summary
FY2013 Budget FY2014 Budget FY2015 Budget FY2016 Budget FY2017 Budget FY2018 Budget
REVENUE
CCHHS General Fund Expenditures
240 - Cermak Health Services of Cook County Total 40,864,509 46,630,843 56,299,744 65,591,831 69,156,798 86,120,036
241 - Health Services - JTDC Total 3,876,605 3,910,387 3,741,279 3,798,200 3,841,425 4,515,314
890 - Office of The Chief Health Administrator Total 154,886,527 189,471,395 118,823,517 113,628,352 110,715,475 59,368,827
891 - Provident Hospital of Cook County Total 49,495,466 48,357,796 52,606,689 46,704,160 47,422,810 51,923,909
893 - Ambulatory and Community Health Network of Cook County Total 51,815,924 51,465,467 59,280,607 78,815,125 78,333,023 111,495,293
894 - The Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center Total 11,698,210 11,753,051 11,661,577 12,183,198 12,835,145 22,130,771
895 - Department of Public Health Total 16,107,119 14,450,251 11,274,533 10,836,201 9,951,497 12,193,467
896 - Managed Care 96,164,900 190,804,289 566,844,037 646,044,653 547,892,626 993,337,690
897 - John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County Total 425,624,711 445,202,520 525,032,357 544,088,008 589,061,106 665,548,653
898 - Oak Forest Hospital of Cook County Total 12,438,287 11,216,096 11,090,712 10,388,027 8,400,339 10,212,879
899 - Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations - Health Total 100,706,267 112,455,101 118,857,406 108,274,440 114,320,546 36,253,161
Total CCHHS General Fund Expenditures 963,678,525 1,125,717,196 1,535,512,458 1,640,352,195 1,591,930,790 2,053,100,000

C O O K
CCHHS Revenue
Patient Fees (Medicare, Medicaid, Private) 231,105,542 200,699,686 155,229,218 266,000,000 375,119,387 460,000,000
Fed State Med. Program Funding 150,800,000 145,500,000 162,338,232 162,338,232 156,700,000 134,700,000
Patient Fees - Medicaid Plan BIPA IGT 131,250,000 131,250,000 131,250,000 131,250,000 132,337,500 132,300,000

C O U N T Y
Medicaid Expansion 196,964,900 468,154,294 914,645,008 952,420,286 809,273,903 1,205,100,000
Misc. Fees - CCHHS Revenue for Cafeteria, Parking fees, Med records, Rx and other charges 1,994,042 5,113,084 8,050,000 5,108,481 5,000,000 9,000,000
Public Health 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000
Total CCHHS Revenue 712,114,484 950,717,064 1,371,512,458 1,519,116,999 1,480,430,790 1,943,100,000

F I S C A L
Total Operating Tax Allocation 251,564,041 175,000,132 164,000,000 121,235,196 111,500,000 110,000,000

Additional Tax Allocation*
Pension Payments 57,622,626 57,037,013 57,073,474 62,223,131 68,443,954 64,104,734

Y E A R
Additional Pension Payments 85,880,893 116,294,060 107,150,634
Debt Service Payments 78,781,689 84,332,150 94,515,848 110,221,707 115,903,700 122,017,789
Total Additional Tax Allocation 136,404,315 141,369,163 151,589,322 258,325,731 300,641,714 293,273,157

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Total County Allocation $ 387,968,356 $ 316,369,295 $ 315,589,322 $ 379,560,927 $ 412,141,714 $ 403,273,157

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*Debt service and pension payments are estimates. Used to help approximate the total county tax allocation.
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Cook County, Illinois
Five Year Comparison of Estimated Revenue / Sources of Funds Estimated Expenditures / Encumbrances / Uses of Funds
Transportation Programs Transportation Programs
Fiscal Year 2014 - 2018 For Fiscal Year 2018

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 / 2017 2018 Estimated
Estimated Estimated Variance Expenditures /
Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Est. Revenue Encumbrances

Highway (Funding Source Corporate Fund) - Department 500 $ 5,860,453 $ 5,830,891 $ 5,368,815 $ 848,922 $ 757,809 $ (91,113) Highway (Corporate Expenditures) $ 757,809

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 / 2017 2018 Estimated
Motor Fuel Tax Fund (11300) Estimated Estimated Variance Motor Fuel Tax Fund Expenditures /
(Governmental Fund Type) Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Est. Revenue (Governmental Fund Type) Encumbrances
Capital Expenditures
State of Illinois Motor Fuel Tax Allotments 92,748,945 59,685,584 130,086,829 97,000,000 $ 96,500,000 $ (500,000) Motor Fuel Tax Allotments $ 77,989,064
Illinois Jobs Now Capital Bill 33,478,678 - - - $ - $ - Motor Fuel Tax - Bonds $ 674,627
Federal/State Grants 7,646,847 2,031,394 124,567 1,426,895 $ 2,617,871 $ 1,190,976 Grant $ 2,617,871
Local Agency Reimbursements and Others 1,778,036 2,475,815 3,119,986 1,656,804 $ 2,096,361 $ 439,557 Local Reimbursement $ 2,096,157

C O O K
Total Motor Fuel Tax Revenue & Reimbursement 135,652,506 64,192,793 133,331,382 100,083,699 101,214,232 1,130,533 Total Capital Outlays 83,377,719
Fund Balance (Deficit) 65,427,127 84,923,682 56,067,388 40,332,074 $ 47,335,000 $ 7,002,926 Non Capital Expenditures
Total Motor Fuel Tax Revenue / Sources of Funds 201,079,633 149,116,475 189,398,770 140,415,773 148,549,232 8,133,459 Maintenance Costs $ 9,750,361
Transfer In
Transfer In from Motor Fuel Tax First (1st) $ 6,756,000 $ 6,756,000
Transfer Out
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Transfer Out to Public Safety Fund $ (74,500,000) $ (64,500,000) $ (54,500,000)

C O U N T Y
Funding of CTA $ (2,000,000) $ (2,000,000) $ (2,000,000) $ (2,000,000) $ (2,000,000) $ -
Transfer Out to Debt Service Fund $ (6,256,863) $ (6,251,723) $ (6,253,303) $ (6,256,862) $ (6,256,862) $ -
Transfer Out to Motor Fuel Tax First (1st) (21,200,000) (23,234,167) (25,925,235) (48,214,617) $ (43,275,419) $ 4,939,198
97,122,770 53,130,585 100,720,232 83,944,294 103,772,951 19,828,657
2012 Sales Tax Bond (11566)
Fund Balance (Deficit) $ 7,196,643 $ -

F I S C A L
Total Net Motor Fuel Tax Revenue / Sources of Funds $ 97,122,770 $ 53,130,585 $ 100,720,232 $ 83,944,294 $ 110,969,594 $ 19,828,657 Total Capital Expenditures $ 93,128,080

Y E A R
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 / 2017 2018 Estimated
Motor Fuel Tax First (1st) (11856) Estimated Estimated Variance Motor Fuel Tax First (1st) Expenditures /
(Non - Major Governmental Fund) Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Est. Revenue (Non - Major Governmental Fund) Encumbrances
State of Illinois Motor Fuel Tax Allotments (Transfer In) 21,200,000 23,234,167 25,925,235 $ 48,214,617 $ 43,275,419 $ (4,939,198) Expenditures $ 43,275,419

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Fund Balance 527,005 194,227 598,835 2,734,415 $ 14,680,000 $ 11,945,585


Transfer Out to Motor Fuel Tax Fund $ (6,756,000) $ (6,756,000)
Total Motor Fuel Tax First (1st) Revenue / Sources of Funds $ 21,727,005 $ 23,428,394 $ 26,524,070 $ 50,949,032 $ 51,199,419 $ 250,387 Total Motor Fuel Tax First (1st) $ 43,275,419
Expenditures / Uses of Funds

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2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 / 2017 2018 Estimated
Township Roads (11302) Estimated Estimated Variance Township Roads Expenditures /
(Non - Major Governmental Fund) Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Revenue Est. Revenue (Non - Major Governmental Fund) Encumbrances
State of Illinois Tax Allotments $ 444,740 $ 444,740 $ 444,740 $ 440,163 $ 431,649 $ (8,514) Available Resources for Expenditures $ 3,560,045
Fund Balance 3,168,013 3,065,754 3,065,754 3,026,485 $ 3,252,372 $ 225,887

Total Township Roads Revenue $ 3,612,753 $ 3,510,494 $ 3,510,494 $ 3,466,648 $ 3,684,021 $ 217,373 Total Township Roads Expenditures / Uses of Funds $ 3,560,045

Estimated Transportation/MFT Program Revenue / Sources of Funds $ 128,322,981 $ 85,900,364 $ 136,123,611 $ 139,208,896 $ 165,853,034 $ 20,205,304 Estimated Transportation Program/MFT $ 139,963,544
Estimated reserves Expenditures / Uses of Funds
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The FY2018 Executive Budget Recommendation proposes $4.9 billion in operating fund appropriations comprised of the

General Fund ($1.95 billion), the Health Enterprise Fund ($2.05 billion), the Election Fund ($43 million), Grant Funds ($224

million) and Special Purpose Funds ($645 million). The total recommended operating appropriation is $512 million, or

11.6% greater than the FY2017 appropriation.

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FY 2018 President's Recommendation
Total Operating Fund $4,914 Million

$224,762,246

$688,196,101

General Fund
$1,948,215,623 Health Enterprise Fund
Special Purpose & Election Funds
Grant Funds

$2,053,100,000

Of the proposed $4.9 billion operating budget, $1.948million is associated with the General Fund (comprised of the Public
Safety & Corporate Funds). This level of proposed appropriations represents an increase of $76 million from the 2017 figure.
Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions are budgeted to decrease by 219.0, or 1.5% in the General Fund in FY2018 versus FY2017.
Despite the decrease in positions, spending increases year-over-year due to a continued movement of capital equipment
purchases into the General Fund versus the County’s historic practice of debt funding such purchases, along with the
compounding impact of the FY2017 approved increases from the final year of a five year collective bargaining agreement
that called for negotiated wage increases.

The Health Enterprise Fund will have expenditures totaling $2,053 million which represents a 29% increase from FY2017.
This is primarily due to higher costs associated with the projected CountyCare program membership increase to a monthly
average of 225,000 members from roughly 140,000 in FY2017, as a result of the State of Illinois’ realignment of the managed
care program. Third party administrative costs for the CountyCare program are also increasing to help manage this influx of
new members. Full Time Equivalents are decreasing by 13.9 in the Health Fund in the FY2018 budget reflecting the health
systems’ reconciliation of positions and realignment of workforce.

Special Purpose Funds are decreasing by $12.7 million, while the Grant Fund budget decreases by $33.2 million for a number
of dedicated grant programs.

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EXPENDITURES BY TYPE
PERSONNEL EXPENSES:
The 2018 Executive Budget Recommendationcalls for 82.7% of the General Fund to be spent on personnel expenses,
including benefits but excluding the additional funding being appropriated to stabilize the pension fund in FY2018. Budgeted
at $1,318 million, the General Fund shows a 1.6% increase over FY2017 appropriations in personnel spending. Personnel
expenditures represent $706 million or 34.4% of the Health Enterprise Fund, which represents a 2.0% increase over FY2017.
These increases are partially offset by lower employee health benefit costs as a result of management initiatives under-
taken to more effectively control health care costs and negotiated benefit concessions with County unions. Depsite these
increases in the County’s overall personnel costs, the County’s position count is down by 2,634 positions from 2010, a 10.3%
reduction which includes a further 1% reduction in the FY2018 Budget versus FY2017 levels.

FTE 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Total Full Time Equivalent   25,613.1 23,984.9   23,659.4   23,168.9   23,649.7   23,705.8   23,439.2   23,233.4   22,979.1

NON-PERSONNEL EXPENSES:
Non-personnel spending in the General Fund rose by 25.3% or $55.9 million from FY2017. In non-personnel expenditures from
the General Fund, a total of $106.9 million or 5.5% is allocated to operations, maintenance, supplies, and rental and leasing
which represents a 5.1% decrease year-over-year. Contractual services accounts are budgeted at $495.4 million or 25.4% of
the General Fund expenditures including the $353.4 million in funding for the additional pension payment appropriated in
FY2018. This appropriation is to address the outstanding unfunded pension liability in the County Employees’ Annuity and
Benefit Fund (the “Pension Fund”), and will be transferred to the Pension Fund subject to an intergovernmental agreement.
Excluding the $353.4 million additional pension appropriation, contractual services account for $141.9 million or 8.9% of
General Fund spending which represents a 1.8% increase compared to FY2017.

With respect to the Health Enterprise Fund, operations, maintenance, supplies, and rental and leasing represent $257.3 million
or 12.5% of expenditures while $1,084.4 million or 52.8% is spent on contractual services which includes payments associated
with third-party health care providers under CountyCare. The Hospital System will forego the funding of capital equipment
purchases through debt proceeds in FY2018, resulting in an increase in the operating budget of $5.4 million dollars from the
prior year for rental and leasing of medical, dental and laboratory equipment. Much of this equipment will be used to outfit
the new Fantus Clinic exected to open in 2018.

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FY 2018 General Fund Expenditures by Type

Capital Outlay, 27,761,363
Rental & Leasing, 4,757,894

Operations & Maintenance,
89,115,117

Supplies & Materials,
13,011,002

Contractual Services*,
495,331,039

Personal Services,
1,318,239,209

*Includes $353,436,000 payment for additional pension funding

FY 2018 Health Enterprise Fund Expenditures by Type

Rental & Leasing, $23,759,799

Operations & Maintenance,
$95,959,151
Supplies & Materials,
$137,565,869

Personal Services,
$706,043,094

Contractual Services,
$1,084,408,487

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OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY FUND
GENERAL FUND
The Corporate and Public Safety Funds together make up the County’s General Fund. Expenditure increases of $75.9 million
over FY2017 are primarily driven by rising personnel costs ($21.5M) as a result of compoundng FY2017 board approved wage
increases and scheduled step increases. Contributing non-personnel factors include the funding of capital equipment
purchases through operating funds as opposed to the County’s historic practice of debt fuunding such purchases ($27M),
an increase in reserve for claims for expected settlements ($9M) and costs related to new debt service ($11.8M). Further cost
increases are projected in contractual services costs supporting decennial census outreach efforts ($1.0M).

Below is a five-year history of appropriations and full time equivalents (FTE) for the General Fund:

Appropriation 2014 2015 2016* 2017** 2018***
General Fund $   1,376,531,493 $   1,432,213,052 $   1,463,910,000 $   1,518,422,765 $   1,594,779,624
*Net of $270.5 million pension appropriation for 2016 
**Net of $353.8 million pension appropriation for 2017
***Net of $353.4 million pension appropriation for 2018

FTE 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
General Fund                15,371.1                15,545.5                15,312.1                14,970.6                14,751.6

FY 2018 President's Recommendation
General Fund Expenditures $1,948 Million

$6,869,420

$58,363,560

$86,377,269

$541,622,588 Public Safety

Finance and Administration

Property and Taxation

Economic Development

Fixed Charges*

$1,254,982,786

*Includes $353,436,000  payment for additional pension funding

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GENERAL FUND PROGRAM AREAS
The pie-chart above provides the FY2018 President’s Recommendation of General Fund Expenditures by program area:
Public Safety, Finance and Administration, Property and Taxation, Economic Development, with an additional non-program
specific category of Fixed Charges. The distinct program areas are defined below:

PUBLIC SAFETY:
Cook County’s Public Safety Goals are:

n Promote public safety for all communities across the County
n Ensure fair and equitable access to justice
n Reduce the non-violent pre-trial detainee population and
n Promote reintegration of offenders
n Ensure an efficient court system to serve both criminal and civil justice functions
Cook County is responsible for the public safety of approximately 5.2 million residents. The public safety system makes
up 64.4% of the General Fund and is comprised of the court system and the Sheriff’s operations. The County operates the
second largest unified court system in the world, which hears civil, criminal, and administrative cases. The Cook County jail
is the largest single-site pre-trial detention facility in the United States and the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center (JTDC)
is the largest juvenile detention facility in the country.

In FY2018, Public Safety expenditures are increasing by $7.2 million or 0.6% while the overall FTE count is decreasing by
204.0 or 1.5% year-over-year. Thanks to various juvenile justice reforms, such as the legislation limiting automatic transfers
of youth to adult court, community based programs, lower arrests and introduction of the weekend detention hearings, the
population at the JTDC has been declining. In FY2018, the County can save about $3 million by closing one of the centers
operated in the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center based on the declined population.

Also, in FY2018, the County proposes to phase out the Mortgage Foreclosure Program, saving $1.2 million. The Program was
initiated in 2010, reacting to the quickly increasing number of the foreclosure case filing in Cook County. With the case filings
declining, as low as 2005 level, the Program is proposed to be eliminated.

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION:
Cook County’s Finance & Administration goals are:
n Promote proactive financial management and develop program performance goals and metrics for County operations
n Collect money owed efficiently and effectively
n Support county workforce needs through timely hiring
n Improve personnel oversight
n Procure goods fairly, timely, and cost-effectively
Cook County has approximately 23,000 employees and a FY2018 budget of $4.9 billion across all funds, excluding the
capital budget. Such a large organization requires sound management in the areas of budgeting, revenue collection,

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human resources, purchasing and fiscal oversight. In FY2018, Finance and Administration’s expenditures are decreasing
by $43,129 in total while the overall FTE count is decreasing by 0.3 year-over-year. In FY2018 several ongoing Enterprise
application projects will be augmented with new functionality. Waves 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP) system will launch, adding HR, Payroll, Benefits, Inventory, Contract Management, Self-Service, Mobile Supply Chain,
and Performance Management features to the Countywide system to manage business processes. This system allows
the County to collect, store, manage and interpret data across all aspects of County operations, permitting the County to
manage its resources efficiently and more cost effectively. The Cook County Time (CCT) biometric Time and Attendance
system will integrate tightly with the ERP Wave 3 Payroll system, improving both leave and schedule management while
reducing the potential for fraud and time loss.

PROPERTY AND TAXATION:
Cook County’s Property & Taxation Goals are:
n Ensure a fair and accurate property valuation and appeals process
n Ensure efficient, timely, and effective assessment and billing
n Minimize duplicative property tax payments and process refunds quickly
n Increase taxpayer self-service transactions and access to information
On behalf of the County and underlying jurisdictions, Cook County government administers the second largest property taxa-
tion system in the United States, with 1.8 million parcels of real estate. Key functions of the system are: assessment, appeals,
billing and tax collection. Expenditures associated with Property and Taxation are increasing by $1.5 million or 2.7% in FY2018
while the FTE count is decreasing by 6.0, or 0.9% year-over-year. The Property & Taxation area continues to have positive
outcomes, with 2017 representing the sixth consecutive year of timely tax billing following 35 years of late second installment
billing. Investments in technology in this area will be designed to increase collaboration and investment in processes, most
notably through an integrated property tax system that will commence a multi-year implementation in 2018. Amongst other
office goals for 2018: the Assessor’s Office will be expanding their Erroneous Exemptions program; the Board of Review will be
enhancing their Digital Appeals Processing System; and the Recorder of Deeds looks to expand the use of e-Recordings.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:
Cook County’s Economic Development Goals are:
n Pursue regional economic development
n Increase access to living wage jobs
n Minimize the tax burden associated with Cook County government
The County is pursuing a consolidated approach to economic development through the Bureau of Economic Development
under the direction of the Office of the President. The Bureau oversees planning and community development, building
and zoning in unincorporated Cook County, and zoning appeals. In FY2018, expenditures associated with Economic
Development are increasing by $213,958 or 3.2% and FTEs are decreasing by 8.8 or 12.7%.

The Bureau of Economic Development will continue to play a leadership role in the formation and launch of the Chicago
Regional Growth Corporation, designed to further the economic growth of the region. The Bureau also manages the Chicago

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Metro Metal Consortium (CMMC) which unites over 80 partners and offers manufacturers resources to grow their business
through collaboration, networking, market intelligence and promotion of the region as a leading center for manufacturing.
In addition, the Bureau provides key support to the Calumet Manufacturing Industry Sector Partnership, an unprecedented
employer driven initiative that engages manufacturers to respond to industry identified needs. Lastly, the Bureau manages
the South Suburban Economic Growth Initiative designed to catalyze investment and redevelopment of the South Suburbs.

FIXED CHARGES:
Fixed Charges can be defined as any fixed expense that recurs on a regular basis. The term “fixed charges”, similar to that
of overhead, is usually used when grouping expenses that are necessary to the continued functioning of the business but
cannot be immediately associated with the products or services being offered. In this area the County has historically
accounted for insurance, health benefits and payments for utilities, among other costs. In FY2018 expenses are increasing by
$67.1 million. The increase in year over year exenses in Fixed Charges is primarily an allocation for purchases related to capital
equipment no longer being debt funded. In FY2018 $353.4 million is being appropriated for additional pension funding.

Below are five-year appropriation and FTE tables of each General Fund program area:

Appropriation 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Public Safety $      917,368,652 $      985,306,987 $   1,037,460,679 $   1,247,804,825 $   1,254,982,786
Finance and Administration $        62,466,115 $        71,453,479 $        75,467,020 $        86,420,398 $        86,377,269
Property and Taxation $        48,125,194 $        47,251,070 $        48,260,359 $        56,849,385 $        58,363,560
Economic Development $           5,450,932 $           5,350,922 $           5,412,748 $           6,655,462 $           6,869,420
Fixed Charges Net of Pension Appropriation $      343,120,600 $      322,850,594 $      297,309,194 $      120,692,695 $      188,186,588
Fixed Charges with Pension Appropriation $      343,120,600 $      322,850,594 $      567,835,194 $      474,492,695 $      541,622,588
Total General Fund Expenditures by Program Area: $ 1,376,531,493 $ 1,432,213,052 $ 1,734,436,000 $ 1,872,222,765 $ 1,948,215,624

FTE 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Public Safety                13,707.8                13,913.8                13,720.8                13,479.1                13,275.1
Finance and Administration                      845.3                      856.7                      822.3                      754.5                      754.2
Property and Taxation                      754.0                      714.0                      709.0                      668.0                      662.0
Economic Development                        64.0                        61.0                        60.0                        69.0                        60.2
Total General Fund FTE: 15,371.1 15,545.5 15,312.1 14,970.6 14,751.6

HEALTH ENTERPRISE FUND
The Health Fund shows an increase of $461.2 million in expenditures compared to FY2017. The primary driver of this increase
is the projected growth of CountyCare enrollment in Affordable Care Act (ACA) adults, Family Health Plan (FHP) and Seniors
and Persons with Disabilities (SPD) to 225,000 members per month in FY2018 from roughly 140,000 in FY2017, leading to an
increase in expenditures for this population and the health system overall. Projected claim expenses related to CountyCare
members utilizing outside providers is expected to increase by $424.1M, while the third party administrative expenses for
the managed care program are rising by $15.8M. In FY2018, the Cook County Health and Hospitals System (CCHHS) will
also experience an increase in personnel costs related to the compounding impact of the FY2017 approved increases from
negotialed collective bargaining agreements and scheduled step increases; as well as the continued rise in costs of phar-
maceutical and surgical/medical supplies by $5 million, an increase in the rental of medical equipment by $6.6 million, and
an investment of $5.4 million in order to purchase medical, computer, and furniture equipment related to new and improved
facilities.

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Below is a five-year history of appropriations, the local tax allocation for operations (excluding pension costs for CCHHS
employees and debt service for CCHHS facilities), and full time equivalents (FTE) for the Health Enterprise Fund:

SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS, ELECTION FUND & GRANT EXPENDITURES
SPECIAL PURPOSE FUNDS
Appropriation 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Health Fund $   1,125,717,196 $   1,535,512,488 $   1,640,352,195 $   1,591,930,790 $   2,053,100,000
CCHHS Tax Allocation $      175,000,000 $      164,000,000 $      121,235,196 $      111,500,000 $      110,000,000

FTE 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Health Fund                  6,744.1                  6,746.6                  6,735.7                  6,864.9                  6,851.0

In addition to the General Fund, the County’s FY2018 Executive Budget Recommendation includes the budgets for other
County funds. Special Purpose Funds are established for a specific and dedicated purpose, and are intended to be self-
balancing. Total FY2018 expenditures in Special Purpose Funds are decreasing by $12.7 million compared to FY2017.

ELECTION FUND
In FY2018, Election Fund expenditures are increasing by $21.1 million compared to FY2017. This increase is driven by
expenses associated with the 2018 Gubernatorial Primary and General Elections.

GRANT FUNDS
The County receives grant funds from federal, state and private agencies for a variety of direct and indirect services
provided under various program areas. In FY2018, grant funding will decrease by $33.2 million compared to FY2017.
Additional details can be found in the Grants section of this document.

Below are five-year appropriation and FTE tables of each fund:

Appropriation 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Special Purpose Funds $   503,290,234 $   540,295,656 $   574,921,131 $   657,775,509 $   645,103,610
Election Fund $     40,227,484 $     19,931,005 $     42,651,700 $     22,003,627 $     43,092,491
Grants $   162,452,203 $   221,181,140 $   224,810,533 $   257,947,797 $   224,762,246

FTE 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Special Purpose Funds 896.5 795.3 782.1 860.4 839.5
Election Fund 133.0 134.0 128.0 129.0 129.0
Grants 505.0 484.4 481.3 408.5 408.0

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2018 EXECUTIVE BUDGET RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY

2018 EXECUTIVE BUDGET RECOMMENDATION SUMMARY

2018
2016 2017 President's 2018/2017
Appropriation Appropriation Recommendation Change
General Fund
Budget $ 1,734,436,000 $ 1,872,222,765 $ 1,948,215,624 $ 75,992,859
Positions (FTE) 15,312.1 14,970.6 14,751.6 (219.0)

Health Enterprise Fund
Budget $ 1,640,352,195 $ 1,591,930,790 $ 2,053,100,000 $ 461,169,210
Position ( FTE) 6,735.7 6,864.9 6,851.0 (13.9)

Election Fund
Budget $ 42,651,700 $ 22,003,627 $ 43,092,491 $ 21,088,864
Position (FTE) 128.0 129.0 129.0 -

Subtotal Budget $ 3,417,439,895 $ 3,486,157,182 $ 4,044,408,115 $ 558,250,933
Subtotal FTE 22,175.8 21,964.5 21,731.6 (232.9)

Special Purpose Fund
Budget $ 574,921,131 $ 657,775,509 $ 645,103,610 $ (12,671,899)
Positions (FTE) 782.1 860.4 839.5 (20.9)

Grants
Budget $ 224,810,533 $ 257,947,797 $ 224,762,246 $ (33,185,551)
Positions (FTE) 481.3 408.5 408.0 (0.5)

Total Operating Funds $ 4,217,171,559 $ 4,401,880,488 $ 4,914,273,970 $ 512,393,482
Total Positions (FTE) 23,439.2 23,233.4 22,979.1 (254.3)

Capital Improvement
Budget $ 321,545,658 $ 424,858,753 $ 432,316,972 $ 7,458,219

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By Dollar Amounts, In Areas Of Funding
Health Enterprise Fund County Treasurer Total
6,905 FTE* $2,063,144,936 88.5 FTE* $12,936,641

$541,622,588 Office of the
Cook County Board President Total*
$491,817,598 Independent Inspector General Total
2,328.9 FTE* $287,828,578 17 FTE* $2,079,269
$224,762,246

Office of the
Land Bank Authority
Cook County Commissioners Total
14 FTE* $17,859,593
$287,828,578 90.3 FTE* $8,313,981

C O O K
Sheriff Total Board of Review Total
6,559.1 FTE* $627,461,790 130 FTE* $11,454,765
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Chief Judge Total Board of Election
$1,305,097,808

C O U N T Y
2,997.1 FTE* $275,557,320 Commissioners Total
Total funding requests of 4 FTE* $17,729,599

A breakout of allocated funds and positions
is listed in the key chart to the right. Clerk of the Circuit Court Total Public Administrator Total
1,538 FTE* $124,159,416 16 FTE* $1,391,634

F I S C A L
State's Attorney Total Fixed Charges Total1
1,147.2 FTE* $125,088,666 $541,622,588

Y E A R
$2,063,144,936
County Clerk Total Grants Total2
272 FTE* $38,118,512 408 FTE* $224,762,246

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County Assessor Total


Other Funds Total3
326 FTE* $30,470,200 $491,817,814

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Recorder of Deeds Total
138 FTE* $12,476,420

*The following bureaus and their departments fall under the President’s Budget Appropriations: *FTE - Full Time Equivalent**
1
Those accounts regarded as Fixed Charges are divided as Corporate or Department-1490 at $430,023,791 and Public Safety or
Bureau of Administration: Department-1499, at $111,598,797 . The two departments are referred to as Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations
and Emergency Management Agency, Department of Adoption and Family Supportive Services, Department of Transportation and Highways, ( 1490-Corporate Fund and 1499-Public Safety Fund) are for items or costs that cannot readily be distributed to any one
department within the respective funds. These are costs that are attributed to the fund and contribute to the operations of all or
MFT Illinois First (1st), Township Roads, Animal Control, County Law Library; Environmental Control Solid Waste Fee
some of the departments of the respective fund. Note, included in the 1490-Corporate Funds is an appropriation of $353,436,000
Bureau of Finance:
for additional pension funding.

Bureau of Human Resources: Department of Human Resources, Employee Appeals Board 2
Grants awarded to the County from Federal agencies at $191,495,031, grants awarded to the County from State Agencies
Bureau of Technology: Enterprise Technology, Enterprise Resource Planning, Geographic Information Systems at $30,151,967and grants awarded through Public and Private Agencies at $3,115,248.
County Auditor; Department of Administrative Hearings; Department of Human Rights and Ethics;
3
Bureau of Economic Development: Planning of Development, Building and Zoning, Zoning Board of Appeals
Public Defender; Bureau of Asset Management: Asset Management, Facilities at $280,368,569.
EXPENDITURES
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES BY FUND
BB-032_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Fund
Funds FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendations FY18 - FY17

General Fund
EXPENDITURES

Corporate Fund 154,014,912 161,054,801 161,050,770 180,417,906 434,396,174 446,702,718 353,331,115 543,530,225 569,541,033 26,010,808

Public Safety Fund 1,248,403,348 1,215,476,692 1,281,718,588 1,251,795,146 1,303,509,839 1,287,733,282 1,001,271,484 1,328,692,540 1,378,674,590 49,982,050

Total General Fund $1,402,418,260 $1,376,531,493 $1,442,769,358 $1,432,213,052 $1,737,906,013 $1,734,436,000 $1,354,602,598 $1,872,222,765 $1,948,215,624 $75,992,859

Health Enterprise Fund 1,370,808,744 1,125,717,196 1,525,621,970 1,535,512,488 1,625,739,033 1,640,352,195 1,266,058,737 1,591,930,790 2,053,100,000 461,169,210

Total General and Enterprise $2,773,227,004 $2,502,248,689 $2,968,391,328 $2,967,725,540 $3,363,645,046 $3,374,788,195 $2,620,661,335 $3,464,153,555 $4,001,315,623 $537,162,068

Special Purpose and Election Funds

C O O K
Election Fund 33,511,978 40,227,484 18,641,079 19,931,005 41,607,600 42,651,700 18,567,555 22,003,627 43,029,491 21,025,864

Special Purpose Funds 487,347,907 503,290,234 533,445,015 540,295,656 528,068,758 574,921,131 49,294,879 657,775,509 645,166,610 (12,608,899)

Total Special Purpose and Election Funds $520,859,884 $543,517,718 $552,086,094 $560,226,661 $569,676,358 $617,572,831 $67,862,434 $679,779,136 $688,196,101 $8,416,965

Restricted 162,452,203 162,452,203 221,181,140 221,181,140 224,810,533 224,810,533 257,947,797 257,947,797 224,762,246 (33,185,551)

C O U N T Y
Total Operating Fund $3,456,539,091 $3,208,218,610 $3,741,658,562 $3,749,133,341 $4,158,131,937 $4,217,171,559 $2,946,471,566 $4,401,880,488 $4,914,273,970 $512,393,482

Capital Fund 53,345,136 328,711,894 99,652,750 252,189,007 64,715,836 321,545,658 173,499,111 424,858,753 432,316,972 7,458,219

Grand Total $3,509,884,227 $3,536,930,504 $3,841,311,312 $4,001,322,348 $4,222,847,774 $4,538,717,217 $3,119,970,677 $4,826,739,241 $5,346,590,942 $519,851,701

F I S C A L
Y E A R
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**FY2017 Expenditures for Grants represent the FY2017 total Appropriation as Adjusted.
***FY2018 Capital Improvements excludes capital purchases funded with operating dollars.
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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

General Fund
Corporate Fund
1010-Office Of The President 1,557,427 1,569,999 1,766,373 1,762,656 1,888,513 1,982,892 1,620,656 2,207,512 2,112,278 (95,234)

1007-Revenue 2,168,948 2,118,143 4,712,493 5,459,256 6,241,531 7,044,988 5,162,022 8,545,358 9,152,512 607,154

1008-Risk Management 728,767 701,533 1,666,946 1,713,774 1,604,351 1,606,087 1,632,010 2,100,003 2,141,286 41,283

1014-Budget And Management Services 1,490,353 1,466,716 1,596,208 1,547,069 1,773,138 1,629,836 1,494,699 1,941,500 2,115,461 173,961

1020-County Comptroller 2,923,212 2,997,468 3,037,741 3,120,646 3,143,208 3,250,938 2,738,833 3,733,582 3,634,245 (99,337)

1022-Contract Compliance 758,829 770,724 770,484 782,026 809,088 859,325 736,128 1,036,953 1,029,801 (7,152)

1030-Chief Procurement Officer 2,624,426 2,754,224 2,717,667 2,790,064 2,797,778 2,923,075 2,471,407 3,421,315 3,336,741 (84,574)

1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 1,080,040 1,112,619 996,407 1,002,325 1,025,352 1,015,913 955,078 1,321,387 1,200,052 (121,335)

C O O K
1029-Enterprise Resource Planning 18,840 - 1,472,596 1,777,124 1,564,144 1,646,778 1,435,739 1,874,290 1,897,536 23,246

1016-IT Solutions 6,660,612 6,649,562 1,329 - - - - - - -

1009-Enterprise Technology 4,029,635 4,259,744 11,945,509 12,981,437 13,231,387 14,057,116 12,693,086 18,719,225 18,552,330 (166,895)

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 2,066,208 2,712,586 2,288,304 2,340,425 1,743,833 2,401,356 2,707,243 3,613,655 3,650,053 36,398
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C O U N T Y
1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 1,640,827 1,637,725 1,386,616 1,586,596 1,496,783 1,639,172 1,676,754 2,014,574 1,998,237 (16,337)

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 5,860,453 5,723,843 5,802,172 5,830,891 5,016,116 5,368,815 504,060 848,922 757,809 (91,113)

1160-Building And Zoning 3,175,277 3,184,227 3,307,133 3,389,293 3,471,496 3,338,790 3,224,927 4,125,420 4,359,712 234,292

1170-Zoning Board Of Appeals 379,238 423,817 404,306 424,721 436,398 461,143 417,043 546,881 612,566 65,685

F I S C A L
1027-Office Of Economic Development 721,740 787,462 433,349 406,838 986,796 589,779 745,395 985,463 1,041,948 56,485

1013-Planning And Development 925,888 1,055,426 962,546 1,130,070 1,280,192 1,023,036 1,154,893 997,698 855,194 (142,504)

1019-Employee Appeals Board 49,731 65,251 58,892 70,000 71,207 100,870 27,118 91,439 72,868 (18,571)

Y E A R
1032-Department Of Human Resources 4,000,333 3,985,686 4,074,542 4,170,784 4,008,897 4,295,374 3,487,147 5,058,482 5,193,072 134,590

1031-Office Of Asset Management 1,424,412 1,405,937 1,876,046 2,144,221 2,151,846 2,251,230 2,100,134 3,043,476 3,520,559 477,083

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1002-Human Rights And Ethics 590,201 776,602 634,575 795,895 740,615 815,762 623,427 942,645 927,281 (15,364)


1026-Dept Of Administrative Hearings 1,127,156 1,232,356 1,143,086 1,240,008 1,256,610 1,315,813 951,511 1,475,167 1,474,014 (1,153)

1070-County Auditor 882,506 887,093 823,648 917,145 909,587 934,930 839,550 1,156,048 1,124,875 (31,173)

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1018-Office Of The County Commissioner 1,054,243 1,097,956 838,145 908,322 847,539 908,996 1,809,432 2,089,908 1,463,980 (625,928)

1081-First District 358,976 358,726 345,063 386,403 357,793 378,176 261,078 400,000 400,000 0

1082-Second District 348,194 358,905 367,512 385,844 327,012 394,608 229,981 400,000 400,000 0

1083-Third District 306,424 358,820 313,642 386,050 325,228 397,793 251,087 400,000 400,000 0

1084-Fourth District 356,859 358,775 361,319 386,197 384,798 396,549 276,527 400,000 400,000 0

1085-Fifth District 357,085 358,558 382,654 386,227 393,688 397,347 322,574 400,000 400,000 0

1086-Sixth District 351,806 358,583 373,005 386,375 366,809 392,987 256,911 400,000 400,000 0

1087-Seventh District 332,532 359,052 370,002 386,052 389,335 396,957 288,103 400,000 400,000 0

1088-Eighth District 310,598 358,847 344,559 364,350 374,581 392,596 277,317 400,000 400,000 0
EXPENDITURES

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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1089-Ninth District 359,579 358,683 391,902 386,110 369,834 395,415 279,357 400,000 400,000 0

1090-Tenth District 296,417 358,903 334,176 365,075 291,791 360,003 258,686 400,000 400,000 0
EXPENDITURES

1091-Eleventh District 264,714 499,597 262,892 507,510 200,052 503,076 168,502 450,000 450,000 0

1092-Twelfth District 354,118 358,757 297,571 386,287 334,001 395,802 264,158 400,000 400,000 0

1093-Thirteenth District 343,505 358,692 350,577 386,095 366,910 399,616 317,236 400,000 400,000 0

1094-Fourteenth District 344,881 358,732 353,538 386,164 361,351 398,182 290,902 400,000 400,000 0

1095-Fifteenth District 334,299 358,824 285,984 386,544 239,094 393,986 218,754 400,000 400,000 0

1096-Sixteenth District 321,115 358,835 339,495 386,364 360,786 397,547 291,973 400,000 400,000 0

1097-Seventeenth District 358,204 358,846 381,306 386,068 392,500 398,993 294,939 400,000 400,000 0

C O O K
1040-County Assessor 23,072,443 24,624,799 22,067,770 24,438,754 21,990,176 24,647,431 18,997,224 26,759,757 27,481,585 721,828

1050-Board Of Review 8,364,264 8,233,141 8,644,360 8,506,129 9,027,613 8,965,108 8,574,465 11,450,557 11,454,765 4,208

1060-County Treasurer 1,767,272 1,952,814 1,207,224 1,305,389 1,094,929 1,150,893 848,840 1,295,513 1,147,068 (148,445)

1080-Office Of Inspector General 1,722,459 1,772,838 1,596,435 1,843,297 1,857,155 2,032,335 1,548,162 2,141,987 2,079,269 (62,718)

C O U N T Y
1110-County Clerk 7,203,649 7,628,320 7,653,036 7,516,624 8,238,008 8,250,150 7,777,732 10,561,484 11,229,907 668,423

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 5,068,584 5,686,120 5,335,062 5,484,174 4,925,717 5,246,777 5,132,512 6,782,074 7,050,235 268,161

1452-Veterans Assistance Commission 395,135 400,000 400,000 400,000 548,955 575,000 - - - -

1490-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations 52,782,497 55,139,935 53,574,573 65,988,238 322,381,652 327,583,377 254,695,800 405,797,950 430,023,791 24,225,841

F I S C A L
Total Corporate Fund $154,014,912 $161,054,801 $161,050,770 $180,417,906 $434,396,174 $446,702,718 $353,331,115 $543,530,225 $569,541,033 $26,010,808

Public Safety Fund

Y E A R
1205-Justice Advisory Council 462,341 422,948 465,457 556,096 568,219 551,455 476,313 669,673 662,095 (7,578)

1265-Homeland Security And Emergency Mgmt 906,532 1,359,351 2,514,163 2,096,328 3,061,644 2,066,102 2,700,387 1,715,422 1,896,535 181,113

1451-Off Of Adoption And Child Custody Advocacy 715,515 682,102 684,768 736,391 659,552 738,807 696,336 919,393 966,512 47,119

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1259-Medical Examiner 9,549,292 10,428,262 9,964,256 10,477,537 10,716,330 10,981,754 10,221,348 13,647,380 13,984,960 337,580


1200-Department of Facilities Management 35,383,687 35,198,174 45,083,353 44,578,769 44,061,727 44,246,399 39,945,562 53,552,023 53,561,233 9,210

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1260-Public Defender 56,153,520 55,275,450 60,172,258 61,060,441 65,189,505 64,940,872 56,806,753 75,887,147 76,069,750 182,603

1214-Sheriff's Administration And Human Resources 14,240,872 13,970,050 11,577,483 12,557,868 8,931,563 9,821,744 20,637,085 28,245,473 31,539,691 3,294,218
1216-Office Of Prof Review, Prof Integrity Special
- - 4,105,095 4,439,846 5,822,562 6,124,647 6,113,268 8,734,975 8,572,089 (162,886)
Investigations
1217-Sheriff's Information Technology 4,080,945 4,311,541 4,842,206 6,351,990 16,925,182 21,109,764 10,074,326 12,270,553 10,050,024 (2,220,529)

1239-Department Of Corrections 340,275,032 303,783,283 338,391,359 325,465,357 337,128,570 327,264,131 307,921,570 401,082,781 397,641,960 (3,440,821)

1249-Sheriff's Merit Board 1,753,703 1,795,358 1,686,940 1,772,851 1,678,506 2,040,012 1,375,785 2,222,460 2,199,114 (23,346)

1230-Court Services Division 85,094,812 85,745,311 83,965,226 84,808,693 84,738,347 87,666,583 77,544,170 100,674,978 102,324,639 1,649,661

1231-Police Department 52,514,415 48,029,191 53,941,462 53,767,568 55,380,352 57,059,457 51,709,220 66,707,120 70,657,410 3,950,290

1210-Office Of The Sheriff 5,047,837 4,821,103 4,139,657 4,357,154 2,284,845 2,265,629 1,871,162 2,426,850 2,383,252 (43,598)

1250-State's Attorney 95,565,498 93,229,590 100,316,687 99,232,559 105,618,756 103,747,610 91,830,916 123,195,674 123,334,901 139,227
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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1280-Adult Probation Dept. 36,983,178 38,154,317 39,902,707 38,488,248 42,102,489 43,608,245 37,696,938 49,978,728 52,762,927 2,784,199

1305-Public Guardian 17,640,191 17,468,075 17,636,263 17,777,309 17,794,541 18,253,972 16,426,903 21,864,253 21,857,964 (6,289)

1312-Forensic Clinical Services 2,132,796 2,579,562 2,226,303 2,560,690 2,391,224 2,889,809 2,162,191 3,149,343 3,193,108 43,765

1313-Social Service 10,461,277 10,505,600 10,409,310 10,377,477 9,465,538 9,637,904 10,063,278 11,326,316 13,185,974 1,859,658

1326-Juvenile Probation And Court Services 31,928,969 31,660,029 35,638,382 33,499,795 37,484,392 37,158,149 34,371,672 47,032,765 47,020,600 (12,165)

1300-Judiciary 9,339,311 10,691,946 9,706,479 10,305,468 12,923,135 13,683,358 11,766,424 14,746,170 13,821,422 (924,748)

1440-Juvenile Temporary Detention Center 49,312,256 50,842,085 54,537,019 53,269,139 58,929,108 57,920,297 53,515,317 70,948,328 68,731,503 (2,216,825)

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 30,672,765 30,516,519 37,527,714 37,389,335 38,770,727 39,950,515 31,529,962 43,853,940 43,661,563 (192,377)

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 75,371,784 74,929,106 79,841,975 77,896,396 81,047,128 82,643,016 77,682,205 103,752,464 105,604,935 1,852,471

1390-Public Administrator 978,492 1,097,074 971,378 1,109,485 1,114,881 1,111,234 1,040,413 1,393,586 1,391,634 (1,952)

C O O K
1499-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations 281,838,326 287,980,665 271,470,689 256,862,356 258,721,016 240,251,817 45,091,981 68,694,745 111,598,797 42,904,052

Total Public Safety Fund $1,248,403,348 $1,215,476,692 $1,281,718,588 $1,251,795,146 $1,303,509,839 $1,287,733,282 $1,001,271,484 $1,328,692,540 $1,378,674,590 $49,982,050
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Total General Fund $1,402,418,260 $1,376,531,493 $1,442,769,358 $1,432,213,052 $1,737,906,013 $1,734,436,000 $1,354,602,598 $1,872,222,765 $1,948,215,624 $75,992,859

C O U N T Y
Enterprise Funds
Health Enterprise Fund
4240-Cermak Health Services 41,436,925 46,630,843 54,819,143 56,418,755 60,529,339 65,591,831 49,602,524 69,156,798 86,120,036 16,963,238

F I S C A L
4890-Bureau Of Health 176,687,609 189,471,395 113,201,692 118,613,901 106,598,135 113,488,087 85,951,217 110,715,475 59,368,827 (51,346,648)

4891-Provident Hospital 44,812,724 48,357,796 50,069,549 52,388,141 47,349,127 46,844,425 35,199,635 47,422,810 51,923,909 4,501,099

4893-Ambulatory Community Hlth Ntwk 43,732,685 51,465,467 56,925,644 59,280,037 59,048,090 78,815,125 47,911,020 78,333,023 111,558,026 33,225,003

Y E A R
4894-Boh Services Core Center 11,369,169 11,753,051 11,862,479 11,745,097 11,970,403 12,183,198 6,390,716 12,835,145 22,130,771 9,295,626

4896-Managed Care 489,401,621 190,804,289 568,560,247 566,867,323 651,691,910 646,044,653 481,837,093 547,892,626 993,337,690 445,445,064

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4897-Stroger Hospital Of Cook County 443,288,304 445,202,520 525,453,234 525,236,650 553,516,399 544,088,008 445,935,925 589,061,106 665,485,920 76,424,814


4898-Oak Forest Health Center 10,513,567 11,216,096 11,050,069 11,069,970 11,050,033 10,388,027 6,264,721 8,400,339 10,212,879 1,812,540

4899-Special Purpose Appropriations 93,884,273 112,455,101 120,693,563 118,857,406 110,706,974 108,274,440 97,514,155 114,320,546 36,253,162 (78,067,384)

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4241-JTDC - Health Services 3,027,249 3,910,387 3,119,150 3,756,473 3,427,282 3,798,200 2,607,328 3,841,425 4,515,314 673,889

4895-Department Of Public Health 12,654,618 14,450,251 9,867,199 11,278,735 9,851,341 10,836,201 6,844,402 9,951,497 12,193,467 2,241,970

Total Health Enterprise Fund $1,370,808,744 $1,125,717,196 $1,525,621,970 $1,535,512,488 $1,625,739,033 $1,640,352,195 $1,266,058,737 $1,591,930,790 $2,053,100,000 $461,169,210

Total General and Enterprise $2,773,227,004 $2,502,248,689 $2,968,391,328 $2,967,725,540 $3,363,645,046 $3,374,788,195 $2,620,661,335 $3,464,153,555 $4,001,315,623 $537,162,068

Special Purpose and Election Funds
11306-Election
1110-County Clerk 21,067,629 24,038,039 17,718,017 18,867,847 35,012,592 24,790,623 15,205,410 20,914,046 25,299,892 4,385,846

1525-Board Of Elec Comm-Election Fund 12,444,349 16,189,445 923,062 1,063,158 6,595,008 17,861,077 3,362,144 1,089,581 17,729,599 16,640,018
EXPENDITURES

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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11306-Election $33,511,978 $40,227,484 $18,641,079 $19,931,005 $41,607,600 $42,651,700 $18,567,555 $22,003,627 $43,029,491 $21,025,864
EXPENDITURES

11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention
4890-Bureau Of Health 850,764 1,227,008 908,733 1,204,656 597,522 1,398,334 353,115 4,142,223 4,085,998 (56,225)

Total 11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention $850,764 $1,227,008 $908,733 $1,204,656 $597,522 $1,398,334 $353,115 $4,142,223 $4,085,998 $(56,225)

11249-Geographical Information System
1009-Enterprise Technology 9,809,022 15,461,850 19,086,566 20,165,337 6,046,334 18,215,604 4,155,615 12,733,799 11,434,743 (1,299,056)

Total 11249-Geographical Information System $9,809,022 $15,461,850 $19,086,566 $20,165,337 $6,046,334 $18,215,604 $4,155,615 $12,733,799 $11,434,743 $(1,299,056)

11250-Self Insurance Fund

C O O K
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer (1,817) - (810) - (17,789,202) - (46,472,820) - - -

Total 11250-Self Insurance Fund $(1,817) - $(810) - $(17,789,202) - $(46,472,820) - - -

11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture
1250-State's Attorney 4,095,016 4,227,001 4,086,879 4,380,216 3,666,510 4,171,887 2,399,715 3,382,089 1,615,765 (1,766,324)

C O U N T Y
Total 11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture $4,095,016 $4,227,001 $4,086,879 $4,380,216 $3,666,510 $4,171,887 $2,399,715 $3,382,089 $1,615,765 $(1,766,324)

11253-State's Attorney Bad Checks Division
1250-State's Attorney 55,857 67,000 - - - - - - - -

F I S C A L
Total 11253-State's Attorney Bad Checks Division $55,857 $67,000 - - - - - - - -

11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District

Y E A R
4890-Bureau Of Health 4,538,812 6,546,902 3,813,814 5,581,785 3,982,542 5,982,153 2,656,847 5,695,934 5,958,938 263,004

Total 11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District $4,538,812 $6,546,902 $3,813,814 $5,581,785 $3,982,542 $5,982,153 $2,656,847 $5,695,934 $5,958,938 $263,004

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11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative


1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 783,081 730,369 825,687 735,842 859,232 867,449 574,647 739,048 713,337 (25,711)

Total 11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative $783,081 $730,369 $825,687 $735,842 $859,232 $867,449 $574,647 $739,048 $713,337 $(25,711)

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11259-GIS Fee
1130-Recorder Of Deeds 3,234,203 3,599,488 2,051,069 2,496,691 1,782,082 2,169,922 1,146,256 1,503,843 1,839,854 336,011

Total 11259-GIS Fee $3,234,203 $3,599,488 $2,051,069 $2,496,691 $1,782,082 $2,169,922 $1,146,256 $1,503,843 $1,839,854 $336,011

11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support Fee
1130-Recorder Of Deeds 576,867 576,867 286,000 286,000 280,749 280,749 179,546 457,117 268,640 (188,477)
Total 11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support
$576,867 $576,867 $286,000 $286,000 $280,749 $280,749 $179,546 $457,117 $268,640 $(188,477)
Fee

11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 2,849,345 3,085,407 2,076,790 2,427,159 2,391,909 2,675,642 1,808,285 2,533,548 2,673,788 140,240
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY FUND AND DEPARTMENT
BB-033_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Fund_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room $2,849,345 $3,085,407 $2,076,790 $2,427,159 $2,391,909 $2,675,642 $1,808,285 $2,533,548 $2,673,788 $140,240

11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services
1210-Office Of The Sheriff 65,000 65,000 64,399 65,000 40,000 40,000 - 20,000 20,000 -

Total 11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services $65,000 $65,000 $64,399 $65,000 $40,000 $40,000 - $20,000 $20,000 -

11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 1,035,000 1,035,000 800,000 800,000 701,539 701,539 525,942 701,254 551,254 (150,000)

Total 11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court $1,035,000 $1,035,000 $800,000 $800,000 $701,539 $701,539 $525,942 $701,254 $551,254 $(150,000)

11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury

C O O K
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 1,093,690 1,095,000 450,000 450,000 301,148 301,148 225,831 301,107 160,107 (141,000)

Total 11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury $1,093,690 $1,095,000 $450,000 $450,000 $301,148 $301,148 $225,831 $301,107 $160,107 $(141,000)

11265-Chief Judge Drug Court
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1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 510,000 510,000 400,000 400,000 301,246 301,246 225,804 301,071 230,423 (70,648)

C O U N T Y
Total 11265-Chief Judge Drug Court $510,000 $510,000 $400,000 $400,000 $301,246 $301,246 $225,804 $301,071 $230,423 $(70,648)

11266-Vehicle Purchase
1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 399,175 500,000 - 500,000 - 277,500 200,000 (77,500)

F I S C A L
Total 11266-Vehicle Purchase - - $399,175 $500,000 - $500,000 - $277,500 $200,000 $(77,500)

11268-Assessor Special Revenue

Y E A R
1040-County Assessor 709,368 750,000 750,000 750,000 694,116 815,000 - 815,000 815,000 -

Total 11268-Assessor Special Revenue $709,368 $750,000 $750,000 $750,000 $694,116 $815,000 - $815,000 $815,000 -

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11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation


1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 450,000 450,000 274,768 450,000 244,451 300,000 - 250,000 250,000 -

Total 11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation $450,000 $450,000 $274,768 $450,000 $244,451 $300,000 - $250,000 $250,000 -

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11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund
1250-State's Attorney 158,000 158,000 88,325 158,000 71,271 158,000 5,960 138,000 138,000 -

Total 11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund $158,000 $158,000 $88,325 $158,000 $71,271 $158,000 $5,960 $138,000 $138,000 -

11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund
1260-Public Defender 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 34,500 138,000 138,000 -

Total 11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $34,500 $138,000 $138,000 -

11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste Management
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer - - 241,945 337,693 - - 12,345 - - -
EXPENDITURES

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BB-033_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Fund_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability - - - - 81,604 517,590 123,604 559,102 497,725 (61,377)
Total 11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste
- - $241,945 $337,693 $81,604 $517,590 $135,949 $559,102 $497,725 $(61,377)
Management
EXPENDITURES

11274-Land Bank Authority
1586-Land Bank Authority - 1,000,000 5,410,412 3,450,000 7,042,513 6,407,671 13,157,139 27,060,000 17,859,593 (9,200,407)

Total 11274-Land Bank Authority - $1,000,000 $5,410,412 $3,450,000 $7,042,513 $6,407,671 $13,157,139 $27,060,000 $17,859,593 $(9,200,407)

11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program
1027-Office Of Economic Development - - - - 55,572 - - 350,000 309,675 (40,325)

Total 11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program - - - - $55,572 - - $350,000 $309,675 $(40,325)

11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery

C O O K
1040-County Assessor - - - - - - 1,034,073 2,672,282 2,173,615 (498,667)

Total 11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery - - - - - - $1,034,073 $2,672,282 $2,173,615 $(498,667)

11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund
1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - - - - - - - 10,000 10,000

C O U N T Y
Total 11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund - - - - - - - - $10,000 $10,000

11302-Township Roads
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways - - - - 1,167,432 - - - 3,500,000 3,500,000

F I S C A L
Total 11302-Township Roads - - - - $1,167,432 - - - $3,500,000 $3,500,000

11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund

Y E A R
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 194,668,229 194,668,229 192,786,468 192,786,468 191,243,804 195,622,621 - 208,226,206 - (208,226,206)

1590-Annuity and Benefits - - - - - - (272,631) - 211,449,245 211,449,245

Total 11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund $194,668,229 $194,668,229 $192,786,468 $192,786,468 $191,243,804 $195,622,621 $(272,631) $208,226,206 $211,449,245 $3,223,039

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11310-County Law Library
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 5,194,223 6,003,918 4,875,843 5,421,021 4,883,591 4,929,020 3,604,727 4,891,570 4,850,951 (40,619)

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Total 11310-County Law Library $5,194,223 $6,003,918 $4,875,843 $5,421,021 $4,883,591 $4,929,020 $3,604,727 $4,891,570 $4,850,951 $(40,619)

11312-Animal Control
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 3,133,226 3,452,832 3,171,108 4,095,046 2,863,438 3,606,405 2,223,111 4,795,521 5,920,552 1,125,031

Total 11312-Animal Control $3,133,226 $3,452,832 $3,171,108 $4,095,046 $2,863,438 $3,606,405 $2,223,111 $4,795,521 $5,920,552 $1,125,031

11314-Recorder Document Storage System

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY FUND AND DEPARTMENT
BB-033_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Fund_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 3,984,562 4,771,195 5,297,898 5,723,112 4,765,364 4,925,288 2,913,107 3,782,689 3,317,691 (464,998)

Total 11314-Recorder Document Storage System $3,984,562 $4,771,195 $5,297,898 $5,723,112 $4,765,364 $4,925,288 $2,913,107 $3,782,689 $3,317,691 $(464,998)

11316-County Clerk Automation
1110-County Clerk 1,244,196 1,573,300 1,348,488 1,401,860 1,425,574 1,579,042 1,013,681 1,683,208 1,588,713 (94,495)

Total 11316-County Clerk Automation $1,244,196 $1,573,300 $1,348,488 $1,401,860 $1,425,574 $1,579,042 $1,013,681 $1,683,208 $1,588,713 $(94,495)

11318-Circuit Court Document Storage
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 9,598,617 9,842,419 8,535,855 8,313,539 8,134,165 8,979,522 5,871,676 8,687,391 8,056,236 (631,155)

Total 11318-Circuit Court Document Storage $9,598,617 $9,842,419 $8,535,855 $8,313,539 $8,134,165 $8,979,522 $5,871,676 $8,687,391 $8,056,236 $(631,155)

C O O K
11320-Circuit Court Automation
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 10,996,403 10,617,929 8,894,462 9,551,479 9,332,333 10,314,789 7,079,730 9,900,042 9,534,908 (365,134)

Total 11320-Circuit Court Automation $10,996,403 $10,617,929 $8,894,462 $9,551,479 $9,332,333 $10,314,789 $7,079,730 $9,900,042 $9,534,908 $(365,134)
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11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution

C O U N T Y
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 221,560 225,000 177,074 295,000 192,553 251,503 190,208 196,547 216,547 20,000

Total 11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution $221,560 $225,000 $177,074 $295,000 $192,553 $251,503 $190,208 $196,547 $216,547 $20,000

11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd

F I S C A L
1210-Office Of The Sheriff 1,190,662 1,141,335 1,742,423 1,552,805 1,855,158 3,106,103 1,365,715 1,917,470 1,863,613 (53,857)

Total 11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd $1,190,662 $1,141,335 $1,742,423 $1,552,805 $1,855,158 $3,106,103 $1,365,715 $1,917,470 $1,863,613 $(53,857)

Y E A R
11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 4,250,502 4,324,052 3,823,273 4,427,766 3,775,670 4,165,840 3,328,199 6,055,156 3,495,768 (2,559,388)

Total 11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee $4,250,502 $4,324,052 $3,823,273 $4,427,766 $3,775,670 $4,165,840 $3,328,199 $6,055,156 $3,495,768 $(2,559,388)

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11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 2,349,586 2,944,994 2,730,931 2,943,071 4,263,407 4,415,891 2,313,614 5,830,592 3,994,371 (1,836,221)

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Total 11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee $2,349,586 $2,944,994 $2,730,931 $2,943,071 $4,263,407 $4,415,891 $2,313,614 $5,830,592 $3,994,371 $(1,836,221)

11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 187,384,752 187,384,752 225,000,000 225,000,000 250,000,000 250,000,000 - 277,133,392 - (277,133,392)

1700-Bond and Interest - - - - - - - - 280,368,569 280,368,569

Total 11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng $187,384,752 $187,384,752 $225,000,000 $225,000,000 $250,000,000 $250,000,000 - $277,133,392 $280,368,569 $3,235,177

11836-Chief Justice Juvenile Justice Fund
1300-Judiciary 3,447,877 3,240,516 - - - - - - - -

Total 11836-Chief Justice Juvenile Justice Fund $3,447,877 $3,240,516 - - - - - - - -
EXPENDITURES

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY FUND AND DEPARTMENT
BB-033_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Fund_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

11838-Sheriff Yth Offnd Alcoh And Drug
1230-Court Services Division - 2,400 - - - - - - - -
EXPENDITURES

Total 11838-Sheriff Yth Offnd Alcoh And Drug - $2,400 - - - - - - - -

11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation
1060-County Treasurer 7,753,782 9,605,533 10,246,833 10,483,791 9,460,254 11,137,938 7,782,115 11,690,191 11,789,574 99,383

Total 11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation $7,753,782 $9,605,533 $10,246,833 $10,483,791 $9,460,254 $11,137,938 $7,782,115 $11,690,191 $11,789,574 $99,383

11856-MFT Illinois First (1st)
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 20,959,521 22,748,938 22,642,606 23,504,319 - - - - - -

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways - - - - 23,196,876 25,925,235 29,735,222 48,214,617 43,275,418 (4,939,199)

C O O K
Total 11856-MFT Illinois First (1st) $20,959,521 $22,748,938 $22,642,606 $23,504,319 $23,196,876 $25,925,235 $29,735,222 $48,214,617 $43,275,418 $(4,939,199)

Total Special Purpose and Election Funds $520,859,884 $543,517,718 $552,086,094 $560,226,661 $569,676,358 $617,572,831 $67,862,434 $679,779,136 $688,196,101 $8,416,965

Restricted 162,452,203 162,452,203 221,181,140 221,181,140 224,810,533 224,810,533 257,947,797 257,947,797 224,762,246 (33,185,551)

C O U N T Y
Total Operating Fund $3,456,539,091 $3,208,218,610 $3,741,658,562 $3,749,133,341 $4,158,131,937 $4,217,171,559 $2,946,471,566 $4,401,880,488 $4,914,273,970 $512,393,482

Capital Improvements $53,345,136 $328,711,894 $99,652,750 $252,189,007 $64,715,836 $321,545,658 $173,499,111 $424,858,753 $432,316,972 $7,458,219

Grand Total $3,509,884,227 $3,536,930,504 $3,841,311,312 $4,001,322,348 $4,222,847,774 $4,538,717,217 $3,119,970,677 $4,826,739,241 $5,346,590,942 $519,851,701

F I S C A L
* FY2014 - FY2016 Expenditures are restated to match with Trial Balance. FY2017 Expenditures are as of Sep 2017.
**FY2017 Expenditures for Grants represent the FY2017 total Appropriation as Adjusted.
***FY2018 Capital Improvements excludes capital purchases funded with operating dollars.

Y E A R
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER
BB-034_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer
Control Officers FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

General Funds
1025-Offices Under The President 150,055,947 151,645,030 172,763,223 176,888,826 181,905,845 184,078,407 160,245,561 216,192,033 217,901,515 1,709,482

1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 917,741,489 881,765,863 944,960,873 932,473,632 974,897,500 982,522,399 894,569,257 1,181,538,037 1,188,691,521 7,153,484

1588-Fixed Charges 334,620,823 343,120,600 325,045,262 322,850,594 581,102,668 567,835,194 299,787,781 474,492,695 541,622,588 67,129,893

Total General Funds $1,402,418,260 $1,376,531,493 $1,442,769,358 $1,432,213,052 $1,737,906,013 $1,734,436,000 $1,354,602,598 $1,872,222,765 $1,948,215,624 $75,992,859

Health Enterprise Fund
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board 1,370,808,744 1,125,717,196 1,525,621,970 1,535,512,488 1,625,739,033 1,640,352,195 1,266,058,737 1,591,930,790 2,053,100,000 461,169,210

Total Health Enterprise Fund $1,370,808,744 $1,125,717,196 $1,525,621,970 $1,535,512,488 $1,625,739,033 $1,640,352,195 $1,266,058,737 $1,591,930,790 $2,053,100,000 $461,169,210

Total General and Enterprise Funds $2,773,227,004 $2,502,248,689 $2,968,391,328 $2,967,725,540 $3,363,645,046 $3,374,788,195 $2,620,661,335 $3,464,153,555 $4,001,315,623 $537,162,068

C O O K
Special Purpose

11306-Election
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 33,511,978 40,227,484 18,641,079 19,931,005 41,607,600 42,651,700 18,567,555 22,003,627 43,029,491 21,025,864
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C O U N T Y
Total 11306-Election $33,511,978 $40,227,484 $18,641,079 $19,931,005 $41,607,600 $42,651,700 $18,567,555 $22,003,627 $43,029,491 $21,025,864

11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board 850,764 1,227,008 908,733 1,204,656 597,522 1,398,334 353,115 4,142,223 4,085,998 (56,225)

Total 11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention $850,764 $1,227,008 $908,733 $1,204,656 $597,522 $1,398,334 $353,115 $4,142,223 $4,085,998 $(56,225)

F I S C A L
11249-Geographical Information System
1025-Offices Under The President 9,809,022 15,461,850 19,086,566 20,165,337 6,046,334 18,215,604 4,155,615 12,733,799 11,434,743 (1,299,056)

Y E A R
Total 11249-Geographical Information System $9,809,022 $15,461,850 $19,086,566 $20,165,337 $6,046,334 $18,215,604 $4,155,615 $12,733,799 $11,434,743 $(1,299,056)

11250-Self Insurance Fund

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1025-Offices Under The President (1,817) - (810) - (17,789,202) - (46,472,820) - - -


Total 11250-Self Insurance Fund $(1,817) - $(810) - $(17,789,202) - $(46,472,820) - - -

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11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 4,095,016 4,227,001 4,086,879 4,380,216 3,666,510 4,171,887 2,399,715 3,382,089 1,615,765 (1,766,324)

Total 11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture $4,095,016 $4,227,001 $4,086,879 $4,380,216 $3,666,510 $4,171,887 $2,399,715 $3,382,089 $1,615,765 $(1,766,324)

11253-State's Attorney Bad Checks Division
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 55,857 67,000 - - - - - - - -

Total 11253-State's Attorney Bad Checks Division $55,857 $67,000 - - - - - - - -

11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board 4,538,812 6,546,902 3,813,814 5,581,785 3,982,542 5,982,153 2,656,847 5,695,934 5,958,938 263,004
EXPENDITURES

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER
BB-034_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer
Control Officers FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District $4,538,812 $6,546,902 $3,813,814 $5,581,785 $3,982,542 $5,982,153 $2,656,847 $5,695,934 $5,958,938 $263,004

11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative
EXPENDITURES

1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 783,081 730,369 825,687 735,842 859,232 867,449 574,647 739,048 713,337 (25,711)

Total 11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative $783,081 $730,369 $825,687 $735,842 $859,232 $867,449 $574,647 $739,048 $713,337 $(25,711)

11259-GIS Fee
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 3,234,203 3,599,488 2,051,069 2,496,691 1,782,082 2,169,922 1,146,256 1,503,843 1,839,854 336,011

Total 11259-GIS Fee $3,234,203 $3,599,488 $2,051,069 $2,496,691 $1,782,082 $2,169,922 $1,146,256 $1,503,843 $1,839,854 $336,011

11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support Fee
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 576,867 576,867 286,000 286,000 280,749 280,749 179,546 457,117 268,640 (188,477)

C O O K
Total 11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support
$576,867 $576,867 $286,000 $286,000 $280,749 $280,749 $179,546 $457,117 $268,640 $(188,477)
Fee

11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 2,849,345 3,085,407 2,076,790 2,427,159 2,391,909 2,675,642 1,808,285 2,533,548 2,673,788 140,240

Total 11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room $2,849,345 $3,085,407 $2,076,790 $2,427,159 $2,391,909 $2,675,642 $1,808,285 $2,533,548 $2,673,788 $140,240

C O U N T Y
11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 65,000 65,000 64,399 65,000 40,000 40,000 - 20,000 20,000 -

Total 11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services $65,000 $65,000 $64,399 $65,000 $40,000 $40,000 - $20,000 $20,000 -

F I S C A L
11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 1,035,000 1,035,000 800,000 800,000 701,539 701,539 525,942 701,254 551,254 (150,000)

Y E A R
Total 11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court $1,035,000 $1,035,000 $800,000 $800,000 $701,539 $701,539 $525,942 $701,254 $551,254 $(150,000)

11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury

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1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 1,093,690 1,095,000 450,000 450,000 301,148 301,148 225,831 301,107 160,107 (141,000)


Total 11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury $1,093,690 $1,095,000 $450,000 $450,000 $301,148 $301,148 $225,831 $301,107 $160,107 $(141,000)

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11265-Chief Judge Drug Court
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 510,000 510,000 400,000 400,000 301,246 301,246 225,804 301,071 230,423 (70,648)

Total 11265-Chief Judge Drug Court $510,000 $510,000 $400,000 $400,000 $301,246 $301,246 $225,804 $301,071 $230,423 $(70,648)

11266-Vehicle Purchase
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials - - 399,175 500,000 - 500,000 - 277,500 200,000 (77,500)

Total 11266-Vehicle Purchase - - $399,175 $500,000 - $500,000 - $277,500 $200,000 $(77,500)

11268-Assessor Special Revenue
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 709,368 750,000 750,000 750,000 694,116 815,000 - 815,000 815,000 -

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER
BB-034_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer
Control Officers FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11268-Assessor Special Revenue $709,368 $750,000 $750,000 $750,000 $694,116 $815,000 - $815,000 $815,000 -

11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 450,000 450,000 274,768 450,000 244,451 300,000 - 250,000 250,000 -

Total 11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation $450,000 $450,000 $274,768 $450,000 $244,451 $300,000 - $250,000 $250,000 -

11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 158,000 158,000 88,325 158,000 71,271 158,000 5,960 138,000 138,000 -

Total 11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund $158,000 $158,000 $88,325 $158,000 $71,271 $158,000 $5,960 $138,000 $138,000 -

11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund

C O O K
1025-Offices Under The President 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 34,500 138,000 138,000 -

Total 11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $34,500 $138,000 $138,000 -

11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste Management
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1025-Offices Under The President - - 241,945 337,693 81,604 517,590 135,949 559,102 497,725 (61,377)

C O U N T Y
Total 11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste
- - $241,945 $337,693 $81,604 $517,590 $135,949 $559,102 $497,725 $(61,377)
Management

11274-Land Bank Authority
1638-Cook County Land Bank Authority - 1,000,000 5,410,412 3,450,000 7,042,513 6,407,671 13,157,139 27,060,000 17,859,593 (9,200,407)

F I S C A L
Total 11274-Land Bank Authority - $1,000,000 $5,410,412 $3,450,000 $7,042,513 $6,407,671 $13,157,139 $27,060,000 $17,859,593 $(9,200,407)

11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program

Y E A R
1025-Offices Under The President - - - - 55,572 - - 350,000 309,675 (40,325)

Total 11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program - - - - $55,572 - - $350,000 $309,675 $(40,325)

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11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery


1151-Elected And Appointed Officials - - - - - - 1,034,073 2,672,282 2,173,615 (498,667)

Total 11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery - - - - - - $1,034,073 $2,672,282 $2,173,615 $(498,667)

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11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials - - - - - - - - 10,000 10,000

Total 11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund - - - - - - - - $10,000 $10,000

11302-Township Roads
1025-Offices Under The President - - - - 1,167,432 - - - 3,500,000 3,500,000

Total 11302-Township Roads - - - - $1,167,432 - - - $3,500,000 $3,500,000

11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund
1025-Offices Under The President 194,668,229 194,668,229 192,786,468 192,786,468 191,243,804 195,622,621 (272,631) 208,226,206 211,449,245 3,223,039
EXPENDITURES

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER
BB-034_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer
Control Officers FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund $194,668,229 $194,668,229 $192,786,468 $192,786,468 $191,243,804 $195,622,621 $(272,631) $208,226,206 $211,449,245 $3,223,039

11310-County Law Library
EXPENDITURES

1025-Offices Under The President 5,194,223 6,003,918 4,875,843 5,421,021 4,883,591 4,929,020 3,604,727 4,891,570 4,850,951 (40,619)

Total 11310-County Law Library $5,194,223 $6,003,918 $4,875,843 $5,421,021 $4,883,591 $4,929,020 $3,604,727 $4,891,570 $4,850,951 $(40,619)

11312-Animal Control
1025-Offices Under The President 3,133,226 3,452,832 3,171,108 4,095,046 2,863,438 3,606,405 2,223,111 4,795,521 5,920,552 1,125,031

Total 11312-Animal Control $3,133,226 $3,452,832 $3,171,108 $4,095,046 $2,863,438 $3,606,405 $2,223,111 $4,795,521 $5,920,552 $1,125,031

11314-Recorder Document Storage System
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 3,984,562 4,771,195 5,297,898 5,723,112 4,765,364 4,925,288 2,913,107 3,782,689 3,317,691 (464,998)

C O O K
Total 11314-Recorder Document Storage System $3,984,562 $4,771,195 $5,297,898 $5,723,112 $4,765,364 $4,925,288 $2,913,107 $3,782,689 $3,317,691 $(464,998)

11316-County Clerk Automation
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 1,244,196 1,573,300 1,348,488 1,401,860 1,425,574 1,579,042 1,013,681 1,683,208 1,588,713 (94,495)

Total 11316-County Clerk Automation $1,244,196 $1,573,300 $1,348,488 $1,401,860 $1,425,574 $1,579,042 $1,013,681 $1,683,208 $1,588,713 $(94,495)

C O U N T Y
11318-Circuit Court Document Storage
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 9,598,617 9,842,419 8,535,855 8,313,539 8,134,165 8,979,522 5,871,676 8,687,391 8,056,236 (631,155)

Total 11318-Circuit Court Document Storage $9,598,617 $9,842,419 $8,535,855 $8,313,539 $8,134,165 $8,979,522 $5,871,676 $8,687,391 $8,056,236 $(631,155)

F I S C A L
11320-Circuit Court Automation
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 10,996,403 10,617,929 8,894,462 9,551,479 9,332,333 10,314,789 7,079,730 9,900,042 9,534,908 (365,134)

Y E A R
Total 11320-Circuit Court Automation $10,996,403 $10,617,929 $8,894,462 $9,551,479 $9,332,333 $10,314,789 $7,079,730 $9,900,042 $9,534,908 $(365,134)

11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution

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1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 221,560 225,000 177,074 295,000 192,553 251,503 190,208 196,547 216,547 20,000


Total 11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution $221,560 $225,000 $177,074 $295,000 $192,553 $251,503 $190,208 $196,547 $216,547 $20,000

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11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 1,190,662 1,141,335 1,742,423 1,552,805 1,855,158 3,106,103 1,365,715 1,917,470 1,863,613 (53,857)

Total 11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd $1,190,662 $1,141,335 $1,742,423 $1,552,805 $1,855,158 $3,106,103 $1,365,715 $1,917,470 $1,863,613 $(53,857)

11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 4,250,502 4,324,052 3,823,273 4,427,766 3,775,670 4,165,840 3,328,199 6,055,156 3,495,768 (2,559,388)

Total 11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee $4,250,502 $4,324,052 $3,823,273 $4,427,766 $3,775,670 $4,165,840 $3,328,199 $6,055,156 $3,495,768 $(2,559,388)

11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 2,349,586 2,944,994 2,730,931 2,943,071 4,263,407 4,415,891 2,313,614 5,830,592 3,994,371 (1,836,221)

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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER
BB-034_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer
Control Officers FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee $2,349,586 $2,944,994 $2,730,931 $2,943,071 $4,263,407 $4,415,891 $2,313,614 $5,830,592 $3,994,371 $(1,836,221)

11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng
1025-Offices Under The President 187,384,752 187,384,752 225,000,000 225,000,000 250,000,000 250,000,000 - 277,133,392 280,368,569 3,235,177

Total 11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng $187,384,752 $187,384,752 $225,000,000 $225,000,000 $250,000,000 $250,000,000 - $277,133,392 $280,368,569 $3,235,177

11836-Chief Justice Juvenile Justice Fund
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 3,447,877 3,240,516 - - - - - - - -

Total 11836-Chief Justice Juvenile Justice Fund $3,447,877 $3,240,516 - - - - - - - -

11838-Sheriff Yth Offnd Alcoh And Drug

C O O K
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials - 2,400 - - - - - - - -

Total 11838-Sheriff Yth Offnd Alcoh And Drug - $2,400 - - - - - - - -

11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation
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1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 7,753,782 9,605,533 10,246,833 10,483,791 9,460,254 11,137,938 7,782,115 11,690,191 11,789,574 99,383

C O U N T Y
Total 11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation $7,753,782 $9,605,533 $10,246,833 $10,483,791 $9,460,254 $11,137,938 $7,782,115 $11,690,191 $11,789,574 $99,383

11856-MFT Illinois First (1st)
1025-Offices Under The President 20,959,521 22,748,938 22,642,606 23,504,319 23,196,876 25,925,235 29,735,222 48,214,617 43,275,418 (4,939,199)

F I S C A L
Total 11856-MFT Illinois First (1st) $20,959,521 $22,748,938 $22,642,606 $23,504,319 $23,196,876 $25,925,235 $29,735,222 $48,214,617 $43,275,418 $(4,939,199)

Total Special Purpose $520,859,884 $543,517,718 $552,086,094 $560,226,661 $569,676,358 $617,572,831 $67,862,434 $679,779,136 $688,196,101 $8,416,965

Y E A R
Restricted 162,452,203 162,452,203 221,181,140 221,181,140 224,810,533 224,810,533 257,947,797 257,947,797 224,762,246 (33,185,551)

Total Operating Fund $3,456,539,091 $3,208,218,610 $3,741,658,562 $3,749,133,341 $4,158,131,937 $4,217,171,559 $2,946,471,566 $4,401,880,488 $4,914,273,970 $512,393,482

Capital Improvements $53,345,136 $328,711,894 $99,652,750 $252,189,007 $64,715,836 $321,545,658 $173,499,111 $424,858,753 $432,316,972 $7,458,219

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Grand Total $3,509,884,227 $3,536,930,504 $3,841,311,312 $4,001,322,348 $4,222,847,774 $4,538,717,217 $3,119,970,677 $4,826,739,241 $5,346,590,942 $519,851,701

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BB-034_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer
Control Officers FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17
* FY2014 - FY2016 Expenditures are restated to match with Trial Balance. FY2017 Expenditures are as of Sep 2017.
**FY2017 Expenditures for Grants represent the FY2017 total Appropriation as Adjusted.
***FY2018 Capital Improvements excludes capital purchases funded with operating dollars.
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER AND DEPARTMENT
BB-035_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17
General Funds
1010-Office Of The President 1,557,427 1,569,999 1,766,373 1,762,656 1,888,513 1,982,892 1,620,656 2,207,512 2,112,278 (95,234)
EXPENDITURES

1205-Justice Advisory Council 462,341 422,948 465,457 556,096 568,219 551,455 476,313 669,673 662,095 (7,578)

1051-President $2,019,768 $1,992,947 $2,231,830 $2,318,752 $2,456,732 $2,534,347 $2,096,970 $2,877,185 $2,774,373 $(102,812)
1007-Revenue 2,168,948 2,118,143 4,712,493 5,459,256 6,241,531 7,044,988 5,162,022 8,545,358 9,152,512 607,154

1008-Risk Management 728,767 701,533 1,666,946 1,713,774 1,604,351 1,606,087 1,632,010 2,100,003 2,141,286 41,283

1014-Budget And Management Services 1,490,353 1,466,716 1,596,208 1,547,069 1,773,138 1,629,836 1,494,699 1,941,500 2,115,461 173,961

1020-County Comptroller 2,923,212 2,997,468 3,037,741 3,120,646 3,143,208 3,250,938 2,738,833 3,733,582 3,634,245 (99,337)

1022-Contract Compliance 758,829 770,724 770,484 782,026 809,088 859,325 736,128 1,036,953 1,029,801 (7,152)

1030-Chief Procurement Officer 2,624,426 2,754,224 2,717,667 2,790,064 2,797,778 2,923,075 2,471,407 3,421,315 3,336,741 (84,574)

C O O K
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 1,080,040 1,112,619 996,407 1,002,325 1,025,352 1,015,913 955,078 1,321,387 1,200,052 (121,335)

1076-Chief Financial Officer $11,774,575 $11,921,427 $15,497,947 $16,415,160 $17,394,446 $18,330,162 $15,190,177 $22,100,098 $22,610,099 $510,001
1029-Enterprise Resource Planning 18,840 - 1,472,596 1,777,124 1,564,144 1,646,778 1,435,739 1,874,290 1,897,536 23,246

1016-IT Solutions 6,660,612 6,649,562 1,329 - - - - - - -

C O U N T Y
1009-Enterprise Technology 4,029,635 4,259,744 11,945,509 12,981,437 13,231,387 14,057,116 12,693,086 18,719,225 18,552,330 (166,895)

1105-Chief Information Officer $10,709,087 $10,909,306 $13,419,434 $14,758,561 $14,795,532 $15,703,894 $14,128,825 $20,593,515 $20,449,866 $(143,649)
1265-Homeland Security And Emergency Mgmt 906,532 1,359,351 2,514,163 2,096,328 3,061,644 2,066,102 2,700,387 1,715,422 1,896,535 181,113

1451-Off Of Adoption And Child Custody Advocacy 715,515 682,102 684,768 736,391 659,552 738,807 696,336 919,393 966,512 47,119

F I S C A L
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 2,066,208 2,712,586 2,288,304 2,340,425 1,743,833 2,401,356 2,707,243 3,613,655 3,650,053 36,398

1259-Medical Examiner 9,549,292 10,428,262 9,964,256 10,477,537 10,716,330 10,981,754 10,221,348 13,647,380 13,984,960 337,580

Y E A R
1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 1,640,827 1,637,725 1,386,616 1,586,596 1,496,783 1,639,172 1,676,754 2,014,574 1,998,237 (16,337)

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 5,860,453 5,723,843 5,802,172 5,830,891 5,016,116 5,368,815 504,060 848,922 757,809 (91,113)

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1115-Chief Administrative Officer $20,738,828 $22,543,869 $22,640,278 $23,068,168 $22,694,258 $23,196,006 $18,506,128 $22,759,346 $23,254,105 $494,759
1160-Building And Zoning 3,175,277 3,184,227 3,307,133 3,389,293 3,471,496 3,338,790 3,224,927 4,125,420 4,359,712 234,292


1170-Zoning Board Of Appeals 379,238 423,817 404,306 424,721 436,398 461,143 417,043 546,881 612,566 65,685

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1027-Office Of Economic Development 721,740 787,462 433,349 406,838 986,796 589,779 745,395 985,463 1,041,948 56,485

1013-Planning And Development 925,888 1,055,426 962,546 1,130,070 1,280,192 1,023,036 1,154,893 997,698 855,194 (142,504)

1125-Chief Of Economic Development $5,202,143 $5,450,932 $5,107,334 $5,350,922 $6,174,882 $5,412,748 $5,542,258 $6,655,462 $6,869,420 $213,958
1019-Employee Appeals Board 49,731 65,251 58,892 70,000 71,207 100,870 27,118 91,439 72,868 (18,571)

1032-Department Of Human Resources 4,000,333 3,985,686 4,074,542 4,170,784 4,008,897 4,295,374 3,487,147 5,058,482 5,193,072 134,590

1135-Chief Of Human Resources $4,050,064 $4,050,937 $4,133,434 $4,240,784 $4,080,105 $4,396,244 $3,514,265 $5,149,921 $5,265,940 $116,019
1200-Department of Facilities Management 35,383,687 35,198,174 45,083,353 44,578,769 44,061,727 44,246,399 39,945,562 53,552,023 53,561,233 9,210

1031-Office Of Asset Management 1,424,412 1,405,937 1,876,046 2,144,221 2,151,846 2,251,230 2,100,134 3,043,476 3,520,559 477,083

1140-Chief Of Asset Management $36,808,100 $36,604,111 $46,959,399 $46,722,990 $46,213,574 $46,497,629 $42,045,697 $56,595,499 $57,081,792 $486,293
1002-Human Rights And Ethics 590,201 776,602 634,575 795,895 740,615 815,762 623,427 942,645 927,281 (15,364)
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXP BY CONTROL OFFICER AND DEPARTMENT
BB-035_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1145-Department Of Human Rights And Ethics $590,201 $776,602 $634,575 $795,895 $740,615 $815,762 $623,427 $942,645 $927,281 $(15,364)
1026-Dept Of Administrative Hearings 1,127,156 1,232,356 1,143,086 1,240,008 1,256,610 1,315,813 951,511 1,475,167 1,474,014 (1,153)

1150-Administrative Hearings $1,127,156 $1,232,356 $1,143,086 $1,240,008 $1,256,610 $1,315,813 $951,511 $1,475,167 $1,474,014 $(1,153)
1070-County Auditor 882,506 887,093 823,648 917,145 909,587 934,930 839,550 1,156,048 1,124,875 (31,173)

1155-County Auditor $882,506 $887,093 $823,648 $917,145 $909,587 $934,930 $839,550 $1,156,048 $1,124,875 $(31,173)
1260-Public Defender 56,153,520 55,275,450 60,172,258 61,060,441 65,189,505 64,940,872 56,806,753 75,887,147 76,069,750 182,603

1126-Public Defender $56,153,520 $55,275,450 $60,172,258 $61,060,441 $65,189,505 $64,940,872 $56,806,753 $75,887,147 $76,069,750 $182,603

1025-Offices Under The President $150,055,947 $151,645,030 $172,763,223 $176,888,826 $181,905,845 $184,078,407 $160,245,561 $216,192,033 $217,901,515 $1,709,482
1018-Office Of The County Commissioner 1,054,243 1,097,956 838,145 908,322 847,539 908,996 1,809,432 2,089,908 1,463,980 (625,928)

1081-First District 358,976 358,726 345,063 386,403 357,793 378,176 261,078 400,000 400,000 0

C O O K
1082-Second District 348,194 358,905 367,512 385,844 327,012 394,608 229,981 400,000 400,000 0

1083-Third District 306,424 358,820 313,642 386,050 325,228 397,793 251,087 400,000 400,000 0

1084-Fourth District 356,859 358,775 361,319 386,197 384,798 396,549 276,527 400,000 400,000 0
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1085-Fifth District 357,085 358,558 382,654 386,227 393,688 397,347 322,574 400,000 400,000 0

C O U N T Y
1086-Sixth District 351,806 358,583 373,005 386,375 366,809 392,987 256,911 400,000 400,000 0

1087-Seventh District 332,532 359,052 370,002 386,052 389,335 396,957 288,103 400,000 400,000 0

1088-Eighth District 310,598 358,847 344,559 364,350 374,581 392,596 277,317 400,000 400,000 0

1089-Ninth District 359,579 358,683 391,902 386,110 369,834 395,415 279,357 400,000 400,000 0

F I S C A L
1090-Tenth District 296,417 358,903 334,176 365,075 291,791 360,003 258,686 400,000 400,000 0

1091-Eleventh District 264,714 499,597 262,892 507,510 200,052 503,076 168,502 450,000 450,000 0

Y E A R
1092-Twelfth District 354,118 358,757 297,571 386,287 334,001 395,802 264,158 400,000 400,000 0

1093-Thirteenth District 343,505 358,692 350,577 386,095 366,910 399,616 317,236 400,000 400,000 0

1094-Fourteenth District 344,881 358,732 353,538 386,164 361,351 398,182 290,902 400,000 400,000 0

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1095-Fifteenth District 334,299 358,824 285,984 386,544 239,094 393,986 218,754 400,000 400,000 0


1096-Sixteenth District 321,115 358,835 339,495 386,364 360,786 397,547 291,973 400,000 400,000 0

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1097-Seventeenth District 358,204 358,846 381,306 386,068 392,500 398,993 294,939 400,000 400,000 0

1176-Cook County Board Of Commissioners $6,753,550 $7,338,091 $6,693,343 $7,552,037 $6,683,101 $7,698,629 $6,357,518 $8,939,908 $8,313,981 $(625,927)
1040-County Assessor 23,072,443 24,624,799 22,067,770 24,438,754 21,990,176 24,647,431 18,997,224 26,759,757 27,481,585 721,828

1251-Assessor $23,072,443 $24,624,799 $22,067,770 $24,438,754 $21,990,176 $24,647,431 $18,997,224 $26,759,757 $27,481,585 $721,828
1050-Board Of Review 8,364,264 8,233,141 8,644,360 8,506,129 9,027,613 8,965,108 8,574,465 11,450,557 11,454,765 4,208

1276-Board Of Review $8,364,264 $8,233,141 $8,644,360 $8,506,129 $9,027,613 $8,965,108 $8,574,465 $11,450,557 $11,454,765 $4,208
1060-County Treasurer 1,767,272 1,952,814 1,207,224 1,305,389 1,094,929 1,150,893 848,840 1,295,513 1,147,068 (148,445)

1301-Treasurer $1,767,272 $1,952,814 $1,207,224 $1,305,389 $1,094,929 $1,150,893 $848,840 $1,295,513 $1,147,068 $(148,445)
1080-Office Of Inspector General 1,722,459 1,772,838 1,596,435 1,843,297 1,857,155 2,032,335 1,548,162 2,141,987 2,079,269 (62,718)

1327-Inspector General $1,722,459 $1,772,838 $1,596,435 $1,843,297 $1,857,155 $2,032,335 $1,548,162 $2,141,987 $2,079,269 $(62,718)
EXPENDITURES

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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17
1110-County Clerk 7,203,649 7,628,320 7,653,036 7,516,624 8,238,008 8,250,150 7,777,732 10,561,484 11,229,907 668,423
EXPENDITURES

1352-County Clerk $7,203,649 $7,628,320 $7,653,036 $7,516,624 $8,238,008 $8,250,150 $7,777,732 $10,561,484 $11,229,907 $668,423
1130-Recorder Of Deeds 5,068,584 5,686,120 5,335,062 5,484,174 4,925,717 5,246,777 5,132,512 6,782,074 7,050,235 268,161

1402-Recorder Of Deeds $5,068,584 $5,686,120 $5,335,062 $5,484,174 $4,925,717 $5,246,777 $5,132,512 $6,782,074 $7,050,235 $268,161
1214-Sheriff's Administration And Human Resources 14,240,872 13,970,050 11,577,483 12,557,868 8,931,563 9,821,744 20,637,085 28,245,473 31,539,691 3,294,218

1216-Office Of Prof Review, Prof Integrity Special - - 4,105,095 4,439,846 5,822,562 6,124,647 6,113,268 8,734,975 8,572,089 (162,886)
Investigations
1217-Sheriff's Information Technology 4,080,945 4,311,541 4,842,206 6,351,990 16,925,182 21,109,764 10,074,326 12,270,553 10,050,024 (2,220,529)

1239-Department Of Corrections 340,275,032 303,783,283 338,391,359 325,465,357 337,128,570 327,264,131 307,921,570 401,082,781 397,641,960 (3,440,821)

1249-Sheriff's Merit Board 1,753,703 1,795,358 1,686,940 1,772,851 1,678,506 2,040,012 1,375,785 2,222,460 2,199,114 (23,346)

1230-Court Services Division 85,094,812 85,745,311 83,965,226 84,808,693 84,738,347 87,666,583 77,544,170 100,674,978 102,324,639 1,649,661

C O O K
1231-Police Department 52,514,415 48,029,191 53,941,462 53,767,568 55,380,352 57,059,457 51,709,220 66,707,120 70,657,410 3,950,290

1210-Office Of The Sheriff 5,047,837 4,821,103 4,139,657 4,357,154 2,284,845 2,265,629 1,871,162 2,426,850 2,383,252 (43,598)

1427-Sheriff $503,007,617 $462,455,837 $502,649,428 $493,521,327 $512,889,927 $513,351,967 $477,246,584 $622,365,190 $625,368,178 $3,002,988
1250-State's Attorney 95,565,498 93,229,590 100,316,687 99,232,559 105,618,756 103,747,610 91,830,916 123,195,674 123,334,901 139,227

C O U N T Y
1453-State's Attorney $95,565,498 $93,229,590 $100,316,687 $99,232,559 $105,618,756 $103,747,610 $91,830,916 $123,195,674 $123,334,901 $139,227
1280-Adult Probation Dept. 36,983,178 38,154,317 39,902,707 38,488,248 42,102,489 43,608,245 37,696,938 49,978,728 52,762,927 2,784,199

1305-Public Guardian 17,640,191 17,468,075 17,636,263 17,777,309 17,794,541 18,253,972 16,426,903 21,864,253 21,857,964 (6,289)

F I S C A L
1312-Forensic Clinical Services 2,132,796 2,579,562 2,226,303 2,560,690 2,391,224 2,889,809 2,162,191 3,149,343 3,193,108 43,765

1313-Social Service 10,461,277 10,505,600 10,409,310 10,377,477 9,465,538 9,637,904 10,063,278 11,326,316 13,185,974 1,859,658

1326-Juvenile Probation And Court Services 31,928,969 31,660,029 35,638,382 33,499,795 37,484,392 37,158,149 34,371,672 47,032,765 47,020,600 (12,165)

Y E A R
1300-Judiciary 9,339,311 10,691,946 9,706,479 10,305,468 12,923,135 13,683,358 11,766,424 14,746,170 13,821,422 (924,748)

1440-Juvenile Temporary Detention Center 49,312,256 50,842,085 54,537,019 53,269,139 58,929,108 57,920,297 53,515,317 70,948,328 68,731,503 (2,216,825)

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1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 30,672,765 30,516,519 37,527,714 37,389,335 38,770,727 39,950,515 31,529,962 43,853,940 43,661,563 (192,377)


1478-Chief Judge $188,470,743 $192,418,133 $207,584,177 $203,667,461 $219,861,154 $223,102,249 $197,532,685 $262,899,843 $264,235,062 $1,335,219
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 75,371,784 74,929,106 79,841,975 77,896,396 81,047,128 82,643,016 77,682,205 103,752,464 105,604,935 1,852,471

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1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court $75,371,784 $74,929,106 $79,841,975 $77,896,396 $81,047,128 $82,643,016 $77,682,205 $103,752,464 $105,604,935 $1,852,471
1390-Public Administrator 978,492 1,097,074 971,378 1,109,485 1,114,881 1,111,234 1,040,413 1,393,586 1,391,634 (1,952)

1536-Public Administrator $978,492 $1,097,074 $971,378 $1,109,485 $1,114,881 $1,111,234 $1,040,413 $1,393,586 $1,391,634 $(1,952)
1452-Veterans Assistance Commission 395,135 400,000 400,000 400,000 548,955 575,000 - - - -

1563-Veterans Assistance Commission $395,135 $400,000 $400,000 $400,000 $548,955 $575,000 - - - -

1151-Elected And Appointed Officials $917,741,489 $881,765,863 $944,960,873 $932,473,632 $974,897,500 $982,522,399 $894,569,257 $1,181,538,037 $1,188,691,521 $7,153,484
1490-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations 52,782,497 55,139,935 53,574,573 65,988,238 322,381,652 327,583,377 254,695,800 405,797,950 430,023,791 24,225,841

1499-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations 281,838,326 287,980,665 271,470,689 256,862,356 258,721,016 240,251,817 45,091,981 68,694,745 111,598,797 42,904,052

1489-Fixed Charges And Special Purpose Appropriations $334,620,823 $343,120,600 $325,045,262 $322,850,594 $581,102,668 $567,835,194 $299,787,781 $474,492,695 $541,622,588 $67,129,893
Total General Funds $1,402,418,260 $1,376,531,493 $1,442,769,358 $1,432,213,052 $1,737,906,013 $1,734,436,000 $1,354,602,598 $1,872,222,765 $1,948,215,624 $75,992,859
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BB-035_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17
Health Enterprise Fund
4240-Cermak Health Services 41,436,925 46,630,843 54,819,143 56,418,755 60,529,339 65,591,831 49,602,524 69,156,798 86,120,036 16,963,238

4890-Bureau Of Health 176,687,609 189,471,395 113,201,692 118,613,901 106,598,135 113,488,087 85,951,217 110,715,475 59,368,827 (51,346,648)

4891-Provident Hospital 44,812,724 48,357,796 50,069,549 52,388,141 47,349,127 46,844,425 35,199,635 47,422,810 51,923,909 4,501,099

4893-Ambulatory Community Hlth Ntwk 43,732,685 51,465,467 56,925,644 59,280,037 59,048,090 78,815,125 47,911,020 78,333,023 111,558,026 33,225,003

4894-Boh Services Core Center 11,369,169 11,753,051 11,862,479 11,745,097 11,970,403 12,183,198 6,390,716 12,835,145 22,130,771 9,295,626

4896-Managed Care 489,401,621 190,804,289 568,560,247 566,867,323 651,691,910 646,044,653 481,837,093 547,892,626 993,337,690 445,445,064

4897-Stroger Hospital Of Cook County 443,288,304 445,202,520 525,453,234 525,236,650 553,516,399 544,088,008 445,935,925 589,061,106 665,485,920 76,424,814

4898-Oak Forest Health Center 10,513,567 11,216,096 11,050,069 11,069,970 11,050,033 10,388,027 6,264,721 8,400,339 10,212,879 1,812,540

4899-Special Purpose Appropriations 93,884,273 112,455,101 120,693,563 118,857,406 110,706,974 108,274,440 97,514,155 114,320,546 36,253,162 (78,067,384)

C O O K
4241-JTDC - Health Services 3,027,249 3,910,387 3,119,150 3,756,473 3,427,282 3,798,200 2,607,328 3,841,425 4,515,314 673,889

4895-Department Of Public Health 12,654,618 14,450,251 9,867,199 11,278,735 9,851,341 10,836,201 6,844,402 9,951,497 12,193,467 2,241,970

Total Enterprise Funds $1,370,808,744 $1,125,717,196 $1,525,621,970 $1,535,512,488 $1,625,739,033 $1,640,352,195 $1,266,058,737 $1,591,930,790 $2,053,100,000 $461,169,210
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Total General and Enterprise Funds $2,773,227,004 $2,502,248,689 $2,968,391,328 $2,967,725,540 $3,363,645,046 $3,374,788,195 $2,620,661,335 $3,464,153,555 $4,001,315,623 $537,162,068

C O U N T Y
Special Purpose Funds

1110-County Clerk 21,067,629 24,038,039 17,718,017 18,867,847 35,012,592 24,790,623 15,205,410 20,914,046 25,299,892 4,385,846

1525-Board Of Elec Comm-Election Fund 12,444,349 16,189,445 923,062 1,063,158 6,595,008 17,861,077 3,362,144 1,089,581 17,729,599 16,640,018

F I S C A L
Total 11306-Election $33,511,978 $40,227,484 $18,641,079 $19,931,005 $41,607,600 $42,651,700 $18,567,555 $22,003,627 $43,029,491 $21,025,864

4890-Bureau Of Health 850,764 1,227,008 908,733 1,204,656 597,522 1,398,334 353,115 4,142,223 4,085,998 (56,225)

Y E A R
Total 11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention $850,764 $1,227,008 $908,733 $1,204,656 $597,522 $1,398,334 $353,115 $4,142,223 $4,085,998 $(56,225)

1009-Enterprise Technology 9,809,022 15,461,850 19,086,566 20,165,337 6,046,334 18,215,604 4,155,615 12,733,799 11,434,743 (1,299,056)

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Total 11249-Geographical Information System $9,809,022 $15,461,850 $19,086,566 $20,165,337 $6,046,334 $18,215,604 $4,155,615 $12,733,799 $11,434,743 $(1,299,056)


1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer (1,817) - (810) - (17,789,202) - (46,472,820) - - -

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Total 11250-Self Insurance Fund $(1,817) - $(810) - $(17,789,202) - $(46,472,820) - - -

1250-State's Attorney 4,095,016 4,227,001 4,086,879 4,380,216 3,666,510 4,171,887 2,399,715 3,382,089 1,615,765 (1,766,324)

Total 11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture $4,095,016 $4,227,001 $4,086,879 $4,380,216 $3,666,510 $4,171,887 $2,399,715 $3,382,089 $1,615,765 $(1,766,324)

1250-State's Attorney 55,857 67,000 - - - - - - - -

Total 11253-State's Attorney Bad Checks Division $55,857 $67,000 - - - - - - - -

4890-Bureau Of Health 4,538,812 6,546,902 3,813,814 5,581,785 3,982,542 5,982,153 2,656,847 5,695,934 5,958,938 263,004

Total 11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District $4,538,812 $6,546,902 $3,813,814 $5,581,785 $3,982,542 $5,982,153 $2,656,847 $5,695,934 $5,958,938 $263,004
EXPENDITURES

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BB-035_Summary_of_Appropriations_and_Exp_by_Control_Officer_and_Department
Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 783,081 730,369 825,687 735,842 859,232 867,449 574,647 739,048 713,337 (25,711)
EXPENDITURES

Total 11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative $783,081 $730,369 $825,687 $735,842 $859,232 $867,449 $574,647 $739,048 $713,337 $(25,711)

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 3,234,203 3,599,488 2,051,069 2,496,691 1,782,082 2,169,922 1,146,256 1,503,843 1,839,854 336,011

Total 11259-GIS Fee $3,234,203 $3,599,488 $2,051,069 $2,496,691 $1,782,082 $2,169,922 $1,146,256 $1,503,843 $1,839,854 $336,011

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 576,867 576,867 286,000 286,000 280,749 280,749 179,546 457,117 268,640 (188,477)
Total 11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support
$576,867 $576,867 $286,000 $286,000 $280,749 $280,749 $179,546 $457,117 $268,640 $(188,477)
Fee

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 2,849,345 3,085,407 2,076,790 2,427,159 2,391,909 2,675,642 1,808,285 2,533,548 2,673,788 140,240

C O O K
Total 11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room $2,849,345 $3,085,407 $2,076,790 $2,427,159 $2,391,909 $2,675,642 $1,808,285 $2,533,548 $2,673,788 $140,240

1210-Office Of The Sheriff 65,000 65,000 64,399 65,000 40,000 40,000 - 20,000 20,000 -

Total 11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services $65,000 $65,000 $64,399 $65,000 $40,000 $40,000 - $20,000 $20,000 -

C O U N T Y
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 1,035,000 1,035,000 800,000 800,000 701,539 701,539 525,942 701,254 551,254 (150,000)

Total 11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court $1,035,000 $1,035,000 $800,000 $800,000 $701,539 $701,539 $525,942 $701,254 $551,254 $(150,000)

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 1,093,690 1,095,000 450,000 450,000 301,148 301,148 225,831 301,107 160,107 (141,000)

F I S C A L
Total 11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury $1,093,690 $1,095,000 $450,000 $450,000 $301,148 $301,148 $225,831 $301,107 $160,107 $(141,000)

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 510,000 510,000 400,000 400,000 301,246 301,246 225,804 301,071 230,423 (70,648)

Y E A R
Total 11265-Chief Judge Drug Court $510,000 $510,000 $400,000 $400,000 $301,246 $301,246 $225,804 $301,071 $230,423 $(70,648)

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1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 399,175 500,000 - 500,000 - 277,500 200,000 (77,500)


Total 11266-Vehicle Purchase - - $399,175 $500,000 - $500,000 - $277,500 $200,000 $(77,500)

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1040-County Assessor 709,368 750,000 750,000 750,000 694,116 815,000 - 815,000 815,000 -

Total 11268-Assessor Special Revenue $709,368 $750,000 $750,000 $750,000 $694,116 $815,000 - $815,000 $815,000 -

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 450,000 450,000 274,768 450,000 244,451 300,000 - 250,000 250,000 -

Total 11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation $450,000 $450,000 $274,768 $450,000 $244,451 $300,000 - $250,000 $250,000 -

1250-State's Attorney 158,000 158,000 88,325 158,000 71,271 158,000 5,960 138,000 138,000 -

Total 11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund $158,000 $158,000 $88,325 $158,000 $71,271 $158,000 $5,960 $138,000 $138,000 -

1260-Public Defender 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 158,000 34,500 138,000 138,000 -

Total 11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $158,000 $34,500 $138,000 $138,000 -
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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer - - 241,945 337,693 - - 12,345 - - -

1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability - - - - 81,604 517,590 123,604 559,102 497,725 (61,377)
Total 11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste
- - $241,945 $337,693 $81,604 $517,590 $135,949 $559,102 $497,725 $(61,377)
Management

1586-Land Bank Authority - 1,000,000 5,410,412 3,450,000 7,042,513 6,407,671 13,157,139 27,060,000 17,859,593 (9,200,407)

Total 11274-Land Bank Authority - $1,000,000 $5,410,412 $3,450,000 $7,042,513 $6,407,671 $13,157,139 $27,060,000 $17,859,593 $(9,200,407)

1027-Office Of Economic Development - - - - 55,572 - - 350,000 309,675 (40,325)

Total 11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program - - - - $55,572 - - $350,000 $309,675 $(40,325)

C O O K
1040-County Assessor - - - - - - 1,034,073 2,672,282 2,173,615 (498,667)

Total 11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery - - - - - - $1,034,073 $2,672,282 $2,173,615 $(498,667)

1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - - - - - - - 10,000 10,000
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Total 11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund - - - - - - - - $10,000 $10,000

C O U N T Y
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways - - - - 1,167,432 - - - 3,500,000 3,500,000

Total 11302-Township Roads - - - - $1,167,432 - - - $3,500,000 $3,500,000

F I S C A L
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 194,668,229 194,668,229 192,786,468 192,786,468 191,243,804 195,622,621 - 208,226,206 - (208,226,206)

1590-Annuity and Benefits - - - - - - (272,631) - 211,449,245 211,449,245

Total 11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund $194,668,229 $194,668,229 $192,786,468 $192,786,468 $191,243,804 $195,622,621 $(272,631) $208,226,206 $211,449,245 $3,223,039

Y E A R
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 5,194,223 6,003,918 4,875,843 5,421,021 4,883,591 4,929,020 3,604,727 4,891,570 4,850,951 (40,619)

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Total 11310-County Law Library $5,194,223 $6,003,918 $4,875,843 $5,421,021 $4,883,591 $4,929,020 $3,604,727 $4,891,570 $4,850,951 $(40,619)


1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 3,133,226 3,452,832 3,171,108 4,095,046 2,863,438 3,606,405 2,223,111 4,795,521 5,920,552 1,125,031

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Total 11312-Animal Control $3,133,226 $3,452,832 $3,171,108 $4,095,046 $2,863,438 $3,606,405 $2,223,111 $4,795,521 $5,920,552 $1,125,031

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 3,984,562 4,771,195 5,297,898 5,723,112 4,765,364 4,925,288 2,913,107 3,782,689 3,317,691 (464,998)

Total 11314-Recorder Document Storage System $3,984,562 $4,771,195 $5,297,898 $5,723,112 $4,765,364 $4,925,288 $2,913,107 $3,782,689 $3,317,691 $(464,998)

1110-County Clerk 1,244,196 1,573,300 1,348,488 1,401,860 1,425,574 1,579,042 1,013,681 1,683,208 1,588,713 (94,495)

Total 11316-County Clerk Automation $1,244,196 $1,573,300 $1,348,488 $1,401,860 $1,425,574 $1,579,042 $1,013,681 $1,683,208 $1,588,713 $(94,495)

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 9,598,617 9,842,419 8,535,855 8,313,539 8,134,165 8,979,522 5,871,676 8,687,391 8,056,236 (631,155)
EXPENDITURES

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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Total 11318-Circuit Court Document Storage $9,598,617 $9,842,419 $8,535,855 $8,313,539 $8,134,165 $8,979,522 $5,871,676 $8,687,391 $8,056,236 $(631,155)
EXPENDITURES

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 10,996,403 10,617,929 8,894,462 9,551,479 9,332,333 10,314,789 7,079,730 9,900,042 9,534,908 (365,134)

Total 11320-Circuit Court Automation $10,996,403 $10,617,929 $8,894,462 $9,551,479 $9,332,333 $10,314,789 $7,079,730 $9,900,042 $9,534,908 $(365,134)

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 221,560 225,000 177,074 295,000 192,553 251,503 190,208 196,547 216,547 20,000

Total 11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution $221,560 $225,000 $177,074 $295,000 $192,553 $251,503 $190,208 $196,547 $216,547 $20,000

1210-Office Of The Sheriff 1,190,662 1,141,335 1,742,423 1,552,805 1,855,158 3,106,103 1,365,715 1,917,470 1,863,613 (53,857)

Total 11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd $1,190,662 $1,141,335 $1,742,423 $1,552,805 $1,855,158 $3,106,103 $1,365,715 $1,917,470 $1,863,613 $(53,857)

C O O K
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 4,250,502 4,324,052 3,823,273 4,427,766 3,775,670 4,165,840 3,328,199 6,055,156 3,495,768 (2,559,388)

Total 11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee $4,250,502 $4,324,052 $3,823,273 $4,427,766 $3,775,670 $4,165,840 $3,328,199 $6,055,156 $3,495,768 $(2,559,388)

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 2,349,586 2,944,994 2,730,931 2,943,071 4,263,407 4,415,891 2,313,614 5,830,592 3,994,371 (1,836,221)

C O U N T Y
Total 11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee $2,349,586 $2,944,994 $2,730,931 $2,943,071 $4,263,407 $4,415,891 $2,313,614 $5,830,592 $3,994,371 $(1,836,221)

1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 187,384,752 187,384,752 225,000,000 225,000,000 250,000,000 250,000,000 - 277,133,392 - (277,133,392)

1700-Bond and Interest - - - - - - - - 280,368,569 280,368,569

F I S C A L
Total 11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng $187,384,752 $187,384,752 $225,000,000 $225,000,000 $250,000,000 $250,000,000 - $277,133,392 $280,368,569 $3,235,177

1300-Judiciary 3,447,877 3,240,516 - - - - - - - -

Y E A R
Total 11836-Chief Justice Juvenile Justice Fund $3,447,877 $3,240,516 - - - - - - - -

1230-Court Services Division - 2,400 - - - - - - - -

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Total 11838-Sheriff Yth Offnd Alcoh And Drug - $2,400 - - - - - - - -

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1060-County Treasurer 7,753,782 9,605,533 10,246,833 10,483,791 9,460,254 11,137,938 7,782,115 11,690,191 11,789,574 99,383

Total 11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation $7,753,782 $9,605,533 $10,246,833 $10,483,791 $9,460,254 $11,137,938 $7,782,115 $11,690,191 $11,789,574 $99,383

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 20,959,521 22,748,938 22,642,606 23,504,319 - - - - - -

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways - - - - 23,196,876 25,925,235 29,735,222 48,214,617 43,275,418 (4,939,199)

Total 11856-MFT Illinois First (1st) $20,959,521 $22,748,938 $22,642,606 $23,504,319 $23,196,876 $25,925,235 $29,735,222 $48,214,617 $43,275,418 $(4,939,199)

Total Special Purpose Funds $520,859,884 $543,517,718 $552,086,094 $560,226,661 $569,676,358 $617,572,831 $67,862,434 $679,779,136 $688,196,101 $8,416,965

Restricted 162,452,203 162,452,203 221,181,140 221,181,140 224,810,533 224,810,533 257,947,797 257,947,797 224,762,246 (33,185,551)

Total Operating Funds $3,456,539,091 $3,208,218,610 $3,741,658,562 $3,749,133,341 $4,158,131,937 $4,217,171,559 $2,946,471,566 $4,401,880,488 $4,914,273,970 $512,393,482

Capital Improvements $53,345,136 $328,711,894 $99,652,750 $252,189,007 $64,715,836 $321,545,658 $173,499,111 $424,858,753 $432,316,972 $7,458,219
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Departments FY 2014 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2017 FY 2018 Difference
Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Expenditures Appropriations Recommendation FY18 - FY17

Grand Total $3,509,884,227 $3,536,930,504 $3,841,311,312 $4,001,322,348 $4,222,847,774 $4,538,717,217 $3,119,970,677 $4,826,739,241 $5,346,590,942 $519,851,701

* FY2014 - FY2016 Expenditures are restated to match with Trial Balance FY2017. Expenditures are as of Sep 2017.

C O O K
**FY2017 Expenditures for Grants represent the FY2017 total Appropriation as Adjusted.
***FY2018 Capital Improvements excludes capital purchases funded with operating dollars.
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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
General Funds
EXPENDITURES

1010-Office Of The President 2,112,278 - - - - - 2,112,278
1205-Justice Advisory Council 662,095 - - - - - 662,095
1051-President $2,774,373 - - - - - $2,774,373
1007-Revenue 9,152,512 - - - - - 9,152,512
1008-Risk Management 2,141,286 - - - - - 2,141,286
1014-Budget And Management Services 2,115,461 - - - - - 2,115,461
1020-County Comptroller 3,634,245 - - - - - 3,634,245
1022-Contract Compliance 1,029,801 - - - - - 1,029,801
1030-Chief Procurement Officer 3,336,741 - - - - - 3,336,741

C O O K
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 1,200,052 - - - - - 1,200,052
1076-Chief Financial Officer $22,610,099 - - - - - $22,610,099
1029-Enterprise Resource Planning 1,897,536 - - - - - 1,897,536
1009-Enterprise Technology 18,552,330 - - - - - 18,552,330

C O U N T Y
1105-Chief Information Officer $20,449,866 - - - - - $20,449,866
1265-Homeland Security And Emergency Mgmt - - 1,896,535 - - - 1,896,535
1451-Off Of Adoption And Child Custody Advocacy 966,512 - - - - - 966,512
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 3,650,053 - - - - - 3,650,053

F I S C A L
1259-Medical Examiner 13,984,960 - - - - - 13,984,960
1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 1,998,237 - - - - - 1,998,237
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 757,809 - - - - - 757,809

Y E A R
1115-Chief Administrative Officer $21,357,570 - $1,896,535 - - - $23,254,105
1160-Building And Zoning - - - - 4,359,712 - 4,359,712
1170-Zoning Board Of Appeals - - - - 612,566 - 612,566

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1027-Office Of Economic Development - - - - 1,041,948 - 1,041,948


1013-Planning And Development - - - - 855,194 - 855,194
1125-Chief Of Economic Development - - - - $6,869,420 - $6,869,420

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1019-Employee Appeals Board 72,868 - - - - - 72,868
1032-Department Of Human Resources 5,193,072 - - - - - 5,193,072
1135-Chief Of Human Resources $5,265,940 - - - - - $5,265,940
1200-Department of Facilities Management - - 53,561,233 - - - 53,561,233
1031-Office Of Asset Management - - 3,520,559 - - - 3,520,559
1140-Chief Of Asset Management - - $57,081,792 - - - $57,081,792
1002-Human Rights And Ethics 927,281 - - - - - 927,281
1145-Department Of Human Rights And Ethics $927,281 - - - - - $927,281
1026-Dept Of Administrative Hearings 1,474,014 - - - - - 1,474,014
1150-Administrative Hearings $1,474,014 - - - - - $1,474,014
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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
1070-County Auditor 1,124,875 - - - - - 1,124,875
1155-County Auditor $1,124,875 - - - - - $1,124,875
1260-Public Defender - - 76,069,750 - - - 76,069,750
1126-Public Defender - - $76,069,750 - - - $76,069,750
1025-Offices Under The President $75,984,018 - $135,048,077 - $6,869,420 - $217,901,515
1018-Office Of The County Commissioner 1,463,980 - - - - - 1,463,980
1081-First District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1082-Second District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1083-Third District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1084-Fourth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000

C O O K
1085-Fifth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1086-Sixth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1087-Seventh District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1088-Eighth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
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1089-Ninth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000

C O U N T Y
1090-Tenth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1091-Eleventh District 450,000 - - - - - 450,000
1092-Twelfth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000

F I S C A L
1093-Thirteenth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1094-Fourteenth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1095-Fifteenth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000

Y E A R
1096-Sixteenth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1097-Seventeenth District 400,000 - - - - - 400,000
1176-Cook County Board Of Commissioners $8,313,981 - - - - - $8,313,981

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1040-County Assessor - - - 27,481,585 - - 27,481,585


1251-Assessor - - - $27,481,585 - - $27,481,585
1050-Board Of Review - - - 11,454,765 - - 11,454,765

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1276-Board Of Review - - - $11,454,765 - - $11,454,765
1060-County Treasurer - - - 1,147,068 - - 1,147,068
1301-Treasurer - - - $1,147,068 - - $1,147,068
1080-Office Of Inspector General 2,079,269 - - - - - 2,079,269
1327-Inspector General $2,079,269 - - - - - $2,079,269
1110-County Clerk - - - 11,229,907 - - 11,229,907
1352-County Clerk - - - $11,229,907 - - $11,229,907
1130-Recorder Of Deeds - - - 7,050,235 - - 7,050,235
1402-Recorder Of Deeds - - - $7,050,235 - - $7,050,235
1214-Sheriff's Administration And Human Resources - - 31,539,691 - - - 31,539,691
EXPENDITURES

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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
1216-Office Of Prof Review, Prof Integrity Special - - 8,572,089 - - - 8,572,089
EXPENDITURES

1217-Sheriff's Information Technology - - 10,050,024 - - - 10,050,024
1239-Department Of Corrections - - 397,641,960 - - - 397,641,960
1249-Sheriff's Merit Board - - 2,199,114 - - - 2,199,114
1230-Court Services Division - - 102,324,639 - - - 102,324,639
1231-Police Department - - 70,657,410 - - - 70,657,410
1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 2,383,252 - - - 2,383,252
1427-Sheriff - - $625,368,178 - - - $625,368,178
1250-State's Attorney - - 123,334,901 - - - 123,334,901
1453-State's Attorney - - $123,334,901 - - - $123,334,901

C O O K
1280-Adult Probation Dept. - - 52,762,927 - - - 52,762,927
1305-Public Guardian - - 21,857,964 - - - 21,857,964
1312-Forensic Clinical Services - - 3,193,108 - - - 3,193,108
1313-Social Service - - 13,185,974 - - - 13,185,974

C O U N T Y
1326-Juvenile Probation And Court Services - - 47,020,600 - - - 47,020,600
1300-Judiciary - - 13,821,422 - - - 13,821,422
1440-Juvenile Temporary Detention Center - - 68,731,503 - - - 68,731,503
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 43,661,563 - - - 43,661,563

F I S C A L
1478-Chief Judge - - $264,235,062 - - - $264,235,062
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk - - 105,604,935 - - - 105,604,935
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court - - $105,604,935 - - - $105,604,935

Y E A R
1390-Public Administrator - - 1,391,634 - - - 1,391,634
1536-Public Administrator - - $1,391,634 - - - $1,391,634
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials $10,393,251 - $1,119,934,709 $58,363,560 - - $1,188,691,521

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1490-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations - - - - - 430,023,791 430,023,791


1499-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations - - - - - 111,598,797 111,598,797
1489-Fixed Charges And Special Purpose Appropriations - - - - - $541,622,588 $541,622,588

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1588-Fixed Charges - - - - - $541,622,588 $541,622,588
Total General Funds $86,377,269 - $1,254,982,786 $58,363,560 $6,869,420 $541,622,588 $1,948,215,624
Health Enterprise Fund
4240-Cermak Health Services - 86,120,036 - - - - 86,120,036
4890-Bureau Of Health - 59,368,827 - - - - 59,368,827
4891-Provident Hospital - 51,923,909 - - - - 51,923,909
4893-Ambulatory Community Hlth Ntwk - 111,558,026 - - - - 111,558,026
4894-Boh Services Core Center - 22,130,771 - - - - 22,130,771
4896-Managed Care - 993,337,690 - - - - 993,337,690
4897-Stroger Hospital Of Cook County - 665,485,920 - - - - 665,485,920
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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
4898-Oak Forest Health Center - 10,212,879 - - - - 10,212,879
4899-Special Purpose Appropriations - 36,253,162 - - - - 36,253,162
4241-JTDC - Health Services - 4,515,314 - - - - 4,515,314
4895-Department Of Public Health - 12,193,467 - - - - 12,193,467
4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System - $2,053,100,000 - - - - $2,053,100,000
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board - $2,053,100,000 - - - - $2,053,100,000
Total Enterprise Funds - $2,053,100,000 - - - - $2,053,100,000

Total General and Enterprise Funds $86,377,269 $2,053,100,000 $1,254,982,786 $58,363,560 $6,869,420 $541,622,588 $4,001,315,623

C O O K
Special Purpose Funds
1110-County Clerk - - - 25,299,892 - - 25,299,892
1525-Board Of Elec Comm-Election Fund 17,729,599 - - - - - 17,729,599
Total 11306-Election $17,729,599 - - $25,299,892 - - $43,029,491
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C O U N T Y
4890-Bureau Of Health - 4,085,998 - - - - 4,085,998
Total 11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention - $4,085,998 - - - - $4,085,998

1009-Enterprise Technology 11,434,743 - - - - - 11,434,743

F I S C A L
Total 11249-Geographical Information System $11,434,743 - - - - - $11,434,743

1250-State's Attorney - - 1,615,765 - - - 1,615,765

Y E A R
Total 11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture - - $1,615,765 - - - $1,615,765

4890-Bureau Of Health - 5,958,938 - - - - 5,958,938

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Total 11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District - $5,958,938 - - - - $5,958,938


1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk - - 713,337 - - - 713,337

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Total 11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative - - $713,337 - - - $713,337

1130-Recorder Of Deeds - - - 1,839,854 - - 1,839,854
Total 11259-GIS Fee - - - $1,839,854 - - $1,839,854

1130-Recorder Of Deeds - - - 268,640 - - 268,640
Total 11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support - - - $268,640 - - $268,640

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 2,673,788 - - - 2,673,788
EXPENDITURES

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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
Total 11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room - - $2,673,788 - - - $2,673,788
EXPENDITURES

1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 20,000 - - - 20,000
Total 11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services - - $20,000 - - - $20,000

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 551,254 - - - 551,254
Total 11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court - - $551,254 - - - $551,254

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 160,107 - - - 160,107
Total 11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury - - $160,107 - - - $160,107

C O O K
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 230,423 - - - 230,423
Total 11265-Chief Judge Drug Court - - $230,423 - - - $230,423

1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 200,000 - - - 200,000

C O U N T Y
Total 11266-Vehicle Purchase - - $200,000 - - - $200,000

1040-County Assessor - - - 815,000 - - 815,000
Total 11268-Assessor Special Revenue - - - $815,000 - - $815,000

F I S C A L
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk - - 250,000 - - - 250,000
Total 11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation - - $250,000 - - - $250,000

Y E A R
1250-State's Attorney - - 138,000 - - - 138,000
Total 11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund - - $138,000 - - - $138,000

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1260-Public Defender - - 138,000 - - - 138,000
Total 11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund - - $138,000 - - - $138,000

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1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 497,725 - - - - - 497,725
Total 11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste $497,725 - - - - - $497,725

1586-Land Bank Authority - - - - 17,859,593 - 17,859,593
Total 11274-Land Bank Authority - - - - $17,859,593 - $17,859,593

1027-Office Of Economic Development - - - - 309,675 - 309,675
Total 11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program - - - - $309,675 - $309,675
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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
1040-County Assessor - - - 2,173,615 - - 2,173,615
Total 11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery - - - $2,173,615 - - $2,173,615

1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 10,000 - - - 10,000
Total 11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund - - $10,000 - - - $10,000

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 3,500,000 - - - - - 3,500,000
Total 11302-Township Roads $3,500,000 - - - - - $3,500,000

1590-Annuity and Benefits - - - - - 211,449,245 211,449,245

C O O K
Total 11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund - - - - - $211,449,245 $211,449,245

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 4,850,951 - - - - - 4,850,951
Total 11310-County Law Library $4,850,951 - - - - - $4,850,951
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C O U N T Y
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 5,920,552 - - - - - 5,920,552
Total 11312-Animal Control $5,920,552 - - - - - $5,920,552

1130-Recorder Of Deeds - - - 3,317,691 - - 3,317,691

F I S C A L
Total 11314-Recorder Document Storage System - - - $3,317,691 - - $3,317,691

1110-County Clerk - - - 1,588,713 - - 1,588,713

Y E A R
Total 11316-County Clerk Automation - - - $1,588,713 - - $1,588,713

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk - - 8,056,236 - - - 8,056,236

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Total 11318-Circuit Court Document Storage - - $8,056,236 - - - $8,056,236


1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk - - 9,534,908 - - - 9,534,908

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Total 11320-Circuit Court Automation - - $9,534,908 - - - $9,534,908

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 216,547 - - - 216,547
Total 11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution - - $216,547 - - - $216,547

1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - 1,863,613 - - - 1,863,613
Total 11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd - - $1,863,613 - - - $1,863,613

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 3,495,768 - - - 3,495,768
Total 11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee - - $3,495,768 - - - $3,495,768
EXPENDITURES

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FIXED CHARGES
FINANCE AND PROPERTY AND ECONOMIC TOTAL
Departments HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFTEY AND
ADMINISTRATION TAXATION DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
OTHERS
EXPENDITURES

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 3,994,371 - - - 3,994,371
Total 11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee - - $3,994,371 - - - $3,994,371

1700-Bond and Interest - - - - - 280,368,569 280,368,569
Total 11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng - - - - - $280,368,569 $280,368,569

1060-County Treasurer - - - 11,789,574 - - 11,789,574
Total 11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation - - - $11,789,574 - - $11,789,574

C O O K
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 43,275,418 - - - - - 43,275,418
Total 11856-MFT Illinois First (1st) $43,275,418 - - - - - $43,275,418

Total Special Purpose Funds $87,208,988 $10,044,936 $33,862,117 $47,092,978 $18,169,268 $491,817,814 $688,196,101
Restricted 3,693,023 17,210,965 102,261,788 1,005,000 100,591,469 - 224,762,246

C O U N T Y
Total Operating Fund $177,279,281 $2,080,355,901 $1,391,106,691 $106,461,538 $125,630,157 $1,033,440,402 $4,914,273,970
Capital Improvements $128,240,435 $29,788,135 $244,987,947 $29,300,455 - - $432,316,972
Grand Total $305,519,716 $2,110,144,036 $1,636,094,638 $135,761,993 $125,630,157 $1,033,440,402 $5,346,590,942

F I S C A L
Y E A R
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SUPPLIES OPERATIONS RENTAL **CONTINGENCY
PERSONAL CONTRACTUAL AND AND AND CAPITAL AND SPEC. ALLOCATED TOTAL
Departments SERVICES SERVICES MATERIALS MAINTENANCE LEASING OUTLAY PURPOSE SUBTOTAL CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS

General Funds
1010-Office Of The President 2,017,793 21,577 6,046 57,580 9,282 - - 2,112,278 - 2,112,278

1205-Justice Advisory Council 631,705 2,190 1,859 24,683 1,657 - - 662,095 - 662,095
1051-President $2,649,499 $23,767 $7,905 $82,263 $10,939 - - $2,774,373 - $2,774,373

1007-Revenue 6,612,341 564,545 100,214 80,679 9,179 4,227 1,781,327 9,152,512 - 9,152,512

1008-Risk Management 2,102,425 15,899 8,218 9,523 5,221 - - 2,141,286 - 2,141,286

1014-Budget And Management Services 2,075,098 1,545 5,600 24,836 7,350 - 1,032 2,115,461 - 2,115,461

1020-County Comptroller 3,535,087 38,232 21,090 24,465 11,171 - 4,200 3,634,245 - 3,634,245

1022-Contract Compliance 1,065,564 2,347 4,000 43,955 3,309 - (89,375) 1,029,801 - 1,029,801

1030-Chief Procurement Officer 3,057,501 26,670 16,719 196,751 39,100 - - 3,336,741 250,000 3,586,741

1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 1,189,119 2,595 5,200 3,138 - - - 1,200,052 2,000,000 3,200,052
1076-Chief Financial Officer $19,637,136 $651,834 $161,041 $383,347 $75,330 $4,227 $1,697,184 $22,610,099 $2,250,000 $24,860,099

C O O K
1029-Enterprise Resource Planning 1,849,162 11,817 9,502 14,906 12,150 - - 1,897,536 14,209,687 16,107,223

1009-Enterprise Technology 14,804,070 359,380 126,132 3,239,212 23,536 - - 18,552,330 19,010,347 37,562,677
1105-Chief Information Officer $16,653,232 $371,196 $135,634 $3,254,118 $35,686 - - $20,449,866 $33,220,034 $53,669,900
E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

1265-Homeland Security And Emergency Mgmt 2,478,293 51,640 37,068 541,276 8,882 2,846 (1,223,470) 1,896,535 - 1,896,535

C O U N T Y
1451-Off Of Adoption And Child Custody Advocacy 944,197 11,800 1,882 7,101 1,532 - - 966,512 - 966,512

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 3,133,223 602,536 75,866 111,210 106,232 - (379,014) 3,650,053 - 3,650,053

1259-Medical Examiner 11,374,126 1,843,353 509,764 244,384 13,333 - - 13,984,960 422,000 14,406,960

1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 2,276,395 131,500 39,647 147,721 12,264 - (609,290) 1,998,237 262,500 2,260,737

F I S C A L
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways - 150,000 - 606,000 1,809 - - 757,809 2,219,627 2,977,436
1115-Chief Administrative Officer $20,206,233 $2,790,828 $664,227 $1,657,692 $144,052 $2,846 $(2,211,774) $23,254,105 $2,904,127 $26,158,232

1160-Building And Zoning 4,132,335 26,672 12,500 179,132 9,073 - - 4,359,712 - 4,359,712

1170-Zoning Board Of Appeals 575,291 4,270 2,000 27,374 3,631 - - 612,566 - 612,566

Y E A R
1027-Office Of Economic Development 882,750 119,288 1,000 36,456 2,454 - - 1,041,948 - 1,041,948

1013-Planning And Development 734,263 118,396 1,200 118,056 6,896 - (123,617) 855,194 - 855,194
1125-Chief Of Economic Development $6,324,639 $268,626 $16,700 $361,018 $22,054 - $(123,617) $6,869,420 - $6,869,420

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1019-Employee Appeals Board 60,868 10,000 2,000 - - - - 72,868 - 72,868


1032-Department Of Human Resources 4,604,555 186,521 66,790 351,344 11,203 - (27,340) 5,193,072 - 5,193,072
1135-Chief Of Human Resources $4,665,422 $196,521 $68,790 $351,344 $11,203 - $(27,340) $5,265,940 - $5,265,940

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1200-Department of Facilities Management 47,971,720 716,850 1,677,000 3,255,214 105,718 - (165,269) 53,561,233 1,000,000 54,561,233

1031-Office Of Asset Management 2,798,393 532,560 5,400 174,542 9,664 - - 3,520,559 228,614,865 232,135,424
1140-Chief Of Asset Management $50,770,113 $1,249,410 $1,682,400 $3,429,756 $115,382 - $(165,269) $57,081,792 $229,614,865 $286,696,657

1002-Human Rights And Ethics 875,301 6,276 3,412 40,176 1,221 - 895 927,281 - 927,281
1145-Department Of Human Rights And Ethics $875,301 $6,276 $3,412 $40,176 $1,221 - $895 $927,281 - $927,281

1026-Dept Of Administrative Hearings 589,388 820,739 7,314 40,701 15,872 - - 1,474,014 - 1,474,014
1150-Administrative Hearings $589,388 $820,739 $7,314 $40,701 $15,872 - - $1,474,014 - $1,474,014

1070-County Auditor 1,088,658 - 650 34,390 1,177 - - 1,124,875 - 1,124,875
1155-County Auditor $1,088,658 - $650 $34,390 $1,177 - - $1,124,875 - $1,124,875

1260-Public Defender 72,663,647 2,260,069 405,881 757,032 75,574 - (92,453) 76,069,750 - 76,069,750
1126-Public Defender $72,663,647 $2,260,069 $405,881 $757,032 $75,574 - $(92,453) $76,069,750 - $76,069,750

1025-Offices Under The President $196,123,269 $8,639,266 $3,153,954 $10,391,838 $508,490 $7,073 $(922,374) $217,901,515 $267,989,026 $485,890,541

1018-Office Of The County Commissioner 1,043,267 246,700 145,567 2,259 26,187 - - 1,463,980 - 1,463,980
EXPENDITURES
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT AND FUND
BB-037_Summary_of_Appropriations_by_Object_and_Fund
SUPPLIES OPERATIONS RENTAL **CONTINGENCY
PERSONAL CONTRACTUAL AND AND AND CAPITAL AND SPEC. ALLOCATED TOTAL
Departments SERVICES SERVICES MATERIALS MAINTENANCE LEASING OUTLAY PURPOSE SUBTOTAL CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS
1081-First District 355,988 10,000 4,000 5,000 18,000 - 7,012 400,000 - 400,000

1082-Second District 336,372 17,837 13,100 10,331 18,060 - 4,300 400,000 - 400,000
EXPENDITURES

1083-Third District 348,633 39,362 12,005 - - - - 400,000 - 400,000

1084-Fourth District 343,674 31,000 3,326 4,000 18,000 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1085-Fifth District 357,321 6,467 5,092 6,600 24,520 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1086-Sixth District 382,481 - - 4,319 13,200 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1087-Seventh District 343,431 26,640 5,029 4,500 20,400 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1088-Eighth District 351,746 30,701 4,703 3,650 9,200 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1089-Ninth District 362,488 16,000 7,312 4,000 10,200 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1090-Tenth District 363,147 19,000 5,853 - 12,000 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1091-Eleventh District 446,381 1,200 2,419 - - - - 450,000 - 450,000

C O O K
1092-Twelfth District 352,447 25,199 1,000 3,350 18,004 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1093-Thirteenth District 358,775 20,345 - 3,908 16,972 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1094-Fourteenth District 377,816 18,084 - - 4,100 - - 400,000 - 400,000

1095-Fifteenth District 333,771 59,729 - 4,300 1,200 - 1,000 400,000 - 400,000

1096-Sixteenth District 379,809 700 1,291 1,500 16,700 - - 400,000 - 400,000

C O U N T Y
1097-Seventeenth District 315,509 60,991 - 1,500 22,000 - - 400,000 - 400,000
1176-Cook County Board Of Commissioners $7,153,057 $629,955 $210,697 $59,217 $248,743 - $12,312 $8,313,981 - $8,313,981

1040-County Assessor 24,248,293 2,593,188 630,764 720,165 104,175 - (815,000) 27,481,585 100,000 27,581,585
1251-Assessor $24,248,293 $2,593,188 $630,764 $720,165 $104,175 - $(815,000) $27,481,585 $100,000 $27,581,585

F I S C A L
1050-Board Of Review 11,105,120 80,800 108,764 130,500 29,581 - - 11,454,765 - 11,454,765
1276-Board Of Review $11,105,120 $80,800 $108,764 $130,500 $29,581 - - $11,454,765 - $11,454,765

1060-County Treasurer 1,044,543 73,975 8,442 20,108 - - - 1,147,068 - 1,147,068
1301-Treasurer $1,044,543 $73,975 $8,442 $20,108 - - - $1,147,068 - $1,147,068

Y E A R
1080-Office Of Inspector General 1,942,491 33,723 6,912 79,322 16,822 - - 2,079,269 - 2,079,269
1327-Inspector General $1,942,491 $33,723 $6,912 $79,322 $16,822 - - $2,079,269 - $2,079,269

1110-County Clerk 10,677,179 117,281 30,600 516,713 48,134 - (160,000) 11,229,907 27,482,735 38,712,642

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1352-County Clerk $10,677,179 $117,281 $30,600 $516,713 $48,134 - $(160,000) $11,229,907 $27,482,735 $38,712,642


1130-Recorder Of Deeds 6,299,805 619,460 36,964 76,341 17,665 - - 7,050,235 1,717,720 8,767,955
1402-Recorder Of Deeds $6,299,805 $619,460 $36,964 $76,341 $17,665 - - $7,050,235 $1,717,720 $8,767,955

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1214-Sheriff's Administration And Human Resources 29,840,301 632,900 1,069,999 84,340 11,607 - (99,456) 31,539,691 635,000 32,174,691
1216-Office Of Prof Review, Prof Integrity Special
8,430,954 110,520 25,382 - 5,233 - - 8,572,089 - 8,572,089
Investigations
1217-Sheriff's Information Technology 3,668,781 41,940 165,000 6,157,665 16,638 - - 10,050,024 746,500 10,796,524

1239-Department Of Corrections 377,261,852 15,688,157 1,960,792 2,857,046 224,113 - (350,000) 397,641,960 - 397,641,960

1249-Sheriff's Merit Board 1,751,393 224,200 58,000 59,859 6,206 - 99,456 2,199,114 - 2,199,114

1230-Court Services Division 100,708,893 473,344 157,188 902,640 82,574 - - 102,324,639 - 102,324,639

1231-Police Department 73,046,499 436,945 287,105 335,000 46,442 - (3,494,581) 70,657,410 - 70,657,410

1210-Office Of The Sheriff 2,329,702 11,900 2,674 - 38,976 - - 2,383,252 - 2,383,252
1427-Sheriff $597,038,374 $17,619,906 $3,726,140 $10,396,550 $431,789 - $(3,844,581) $625,368,178 $1,381,500 $626,749,678

1250-State's Attorney 115,397,855 3,246,300 653,315 2,764,742 287,936 - 984,753 123,334,901 2,762,300 126,097,201
1453-State's Attorney $115,397,855 $3,246,300 $653,315 $2,764,742 $287,936 - $984,753 $123,334,901 $2,762,300 $126,097,201

1280-Adult Probation Dept. 51,659,715 137,569 127,882 387,481 2,241,631 - (1,791,352) 52,762,927 1,312,569 54,075,496

1305-Public Guardian 20,961,826 256,240 106,405 457,381 76,112 - - 21,857,964 - 21,857,964
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT AND FUND
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SUPPLIES OPERATIONS RENTAL **CONTINGENCY
PERSONAL CONTRACTUAL AND AND AND CAPITAL AND SPEC. ALLOCATED TOTAL
Departments SERVICES SERVICES MATERIALS MAINTENANCE LEASING OUTLAY PURPOSE SUBTOTAL CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS
1312-Forensic Clinical Services 3,157,427 600 25,000 7,329 2,753 - - 3,193,108 - 3,193,108

1313-Social Service 17,000,775 1,382 5,825 46,659 16,233 - (3,884,900) 13,185,974 - 13,185,974

1326-Juvenile Probation And Court Services 37,823,778 8,753,082 92,483 761,294 48,963 - (459,000) 47,020,600 1,310,480 48,331,080

1300-Judiciary 337,057 67,067 522,000 9,604,168 31,130 - 3,260,000 13,821,422 - 13,821,422

1440-Juvenile Temporary Detention Center 61,246,774 4,579,534 2,585,757 872,867 19,476 - (572,905) 68,731,503 11,200 68,742,703

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 37,585,716 5,089,628 525,948 2,010,252 215,430 - (1,765,411) 43,661,563 50,000 43,711,563
1478-Chief Judge $229,773,068 $18,885,102 $3,991,300 $14,147,432 $2,651,728 - $(5,213,568) $264,235,062 $2,684,249 $266,919,311

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 96,841,457 1,605,665 434,786 6,440,054 282,972 - - 105,604,935 8,545,033 114,149,968
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court $96,841,457 $1,605,665 $434,786 $6,440,054 $282,972 - - $105,604,935 $8,545,033 $114,149,968

1390-Public Administrator 1,187,342 101,140 5,364 65,683 32,105 - - 1,391,634 - 1,391,634
1536-Public Administrator $1,187,342 $101,140 $5,364 $65,683 $32,105 - - $1,391,634 - $1,391,634

1151-Elected And Appointed Officials $1,102,708,584 $45,606,494 $9,844,048 $35,416,828 $4,151,650 - $(9,036,084) $1,188,691,521 $44,673,537 $1,233,365,058

C O O K
1490-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations 4,004,755 21,163,413 3,000 20,169,640 97,754 10,000,000 374,585,229 430,023,791 - 430,023,791

1499-Fixed Charges and Special Purpose Appropriations 15,402,600 24,593,054 10,000 23,136,811 - 17,754,290 30,702,042 111,598,797 - 111,598,797
1489-Fixed Charges And Special Purpose Appropriations $19,407,355 $45,756,467 $13,000 $43,306,451 $97,754 $27,754,290 $405,287,271 $541,622,588 - $541,622,588

1588-Fixed Charges $19,407,355 $45,756,467 $13,000 $43,306,451 $97,754 $27,754,290 $405,287,271 $541,622,588 - $541,622,588
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Total General Funds $1,318,239,209 $100,002,227 $13,011,002 $89,115,117 $4,757,894 $27,761,363 $395,328,812 $1,948,215,624 $312,662,563 $2,260,878,187

C O U N T Y
Health Enterprise Fund
4240-Cermak Health Services 67,633,975 1,625,884 9,919,647 6,881,420 24,150 - 34,960 86,120,036 - 86,120,036

4890-Bureau Of Health 47,255,257 9,243,881 1,740,101 37,664 859,646 - 232,279 59,368,827 29,788,135 89,156,962

4891-Provident Hospital 38,020,184 4,070,930 5,317,978 4,148,147 268,966 - 97,704 51,923,909 - 51,923,909

F I S C A L
4893-Ambulatory Community Hlth Ntwk 77,686,937 6,638,507 943,883 21,456,842 2,747,280 1,932,000 152,576 111,558,026 - 111,558,026

4894-Boh Services Core Center 7,901,442 65,055 12,473,200 1,676,795 14,277 - - 22,130,771 - 22,130,771

4896-Managed Care 7,880,733 983,811,437 1,013,472 - 494,048 - 138,000 993,337,690 - 993,337,690

Y E A R
4897-Stroger Hospital Of Cook County 431,500,407 47,724,421 105,731,315 58,283,497 18,980,829 3,431,600 (166,149) 665,485,920 - 665,485,920

4898-Oak Forest Health Center 6,732,850 600,000 291,200 2,587,337 1,492 - - 10,212,879 - 10,212,879

4899-Special Purpose Appropriations 6,697,200 3,165,789 - - - - 26,390,173 36,253,162 - 36,253,162

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4241-JTDC - Health Services 3,863,668 97,520 42,821 507,624 - - 3,680 4,515,314 - 4,515,314


4895-Department Of Public Health 10,870,440 435,839 92,251 379,826 369,110 - 46,000 12,193,467 - 12,193,467
4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System $706,043,094 $1,057,479,264 $137,565,869 $95,959,151 $23,759,799 $5,363,600 $26,929,223 $2,053,100,000 $29,788,135 $2,082,888,135

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4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board $706,043,094 $1,057,479,264 $137,565,869 $95,959,151 $23,759,799 $5,363,600 $26,929,223 $2,053,100,000 $29,788,135 $2,082,888,135

Total Health Enterprise Fund $706,043,094 $1,057,479,264 $137,565,869 $95,959,151 $23,759,799 $5,363,600 $26,929,223 $2,053,100,000 $29,788,135 $2,082,888,135

Total General and Enterprise Funds $2,024,282,303 $1,157,481,491 $150,576,871 $185,074,268 $28,517,693 $33,124,963 $422,258,035 $4,001,315,623 $342,450,698 $4,343,766,321

Special Purpose Funds

11306-Election
1110-County Clerk 13,651,500 9,270,479 732,500 1,867,198 438,215 - (660,000) 25,299,892 - 25,299,892
1352-County Clerk $13,651,500 $9,270,479 $732,500 $1,867,198 $438,215 - $(660,000) $25,299,892 - $25,299,892

1525-Board Of Elec Comm-Election Fund 427,874 17,578,554 - - 654,221 - (931,050) 17,729,599 - 17,729,599
1377-Board Of Election Commissioners $427,874 $17,578,554 - - $654,221 - $(931,050) $17,729,599 - $17,729,599

11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention
4890-Bureau Of Health 1,143,781 2,892,646 6,062 - 630 - 42,879 4,085,998 - 4,085,998
4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System $1,143,781 $2,892,646 $6,062 - $630 - $42,879 $4,085,998 - $4,085,998
EXPENDITURES
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT AND FUND
BB-037_Summary_of_Appropriations_by_Object_and_Fund
SUPPLIES OPERATIONS RENTAL **CONTINGENCY
PERSONAL CONTRACTUAL AND AND AND CAPITAL AND SPEC. ALLOCATED TOTAL
Departments SERVICES SERVICES MATERIALS MAINTENANCE LEASING OUTLAY PURPOSE SUBTOTAL CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS

11249-Geographical Information System
1009-Enterprise Technology 1,951,310 2,617 13,200 4,401,616 - 5,066,000 - 11,434,743 - 11,434,743
EXPENDITURES

1105-Chief Information Officer $1,951,310 $2,617 $13,200 $4,401,616 - $5,066,000 - $11,434,743 - $11,434,743

11250-Self Insurance Fund
1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 349,934,224 - - - - - (349,934,224) - - -
1076-Chief Financial Officer $349,934,224 - - - - - $(349,934,224) - - -

11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture
1250-State's Attorney 1,615,765 - - - - - - 1,615,765 - 1,615,765
1453-State's Attorney $1,615,765 - - - - - - $1,615,765 - $1,615,765

11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District
4890-Bureau Of Health 3,898,427 472,482 168,033 515,112 2,000 - 902,884 5,958,938 - 5,958,938
4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System $3,898,427 $472,482 $168,033 $515,112 $2,000 - $902,884 $5,958,938 - $5,958,938

C O O K
11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 709,692 - 1,000 2,645 - - - 713,337 - 713,337
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court $709,692 - $1,000 $2,645 - - - $713,337 - $713,337

11259-GIS Fee

C O U N T Y
1130-Recorder Of Deeds 1,559,872 8,000 8,000 - - - 263,982 1,839,854 - 1,839,854
1402-Recorder Of Deeds $1,559,872 $8,000 $8,000 - - - $263,982 $1,839,854 - $1,839,854

11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support Fee
1130-Recorder Of Deeds 268,640 - - - - - - 268,640 - 268,640
1402-Recorder Of Deeds $268,640 - - - - - - $268,640 - $268,640

F I S C A L
11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 2,048,945 7,500 46,225 26,035 4,210 - 540,873 2,673,788 - 2,673,788
1478-Chief Judge $2,048,945 $7,500 $46,225 $26,035 $4,210 - $540,873 $2,673,788 - $2,673,788

Y E A R
11262-Sheriff's Women's Justice Services
1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - - - - - 20,000 20,000 - 20,000
1427-Sheriff - - - - - - $20,000 $20,000 - $20,000

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11263-Chief Judge Mental Health Court
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - - - - - 551,254 551,254 - 551,254
1478-Chief Judge - - - - - - $551,254 $551,254 - $551,254

9 8
11264-Chief Judge Peer Jury
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - - - - - 160,107 160,107 - 160,107
1478-Chief Judge - - - - - - $160,107 $160,107 - $160,107

11265-Chief Judge Drug Court
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - - - - - 230,423 230,423 - 230,423
1478-Chief Judge - - - - - - $230,423 $230,423 - $230,423

11266-Vehicle Purchase
1210-Office Of The Sheriff - - - - - 200,000 - 200,000 - 200,000
1427-Sheriff - - - - - $200,000 - $200,000 - $200,000

11268-Assessor Special Revenue
1040-County Assessor - - - - - - 815,000 815,000 - 815,000
1251-Assessor - - - - - - $815,000 $815,000 - $815,000

11269-Circuit Court Electronic Citation
E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT AND FUND
BB-037_Summary_of_Appropriations_by_Object_and_Fund
SUPPLIES OPERATIONS RENTAL **CONTINGENCY
PERSONAL CONTRACTUAL AND AND AND CAPITAL AND SPEC. ALLOCATED TOTAL
Departments SERVICES SERVICES MATERIALS MAINTENANCE LEASING OUTLAY PURPOSE SUBTOTAL CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk - - - - - 250,000 - 250,000 - 250,000
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court - - - - - $250,000 - $250,000 - $250,000

11271-State's Attorney Records Automation Fund
1250-State's Attorney - - 17,352 119,804 - - 844 138,000 - 138,000
1453-State's Attorney - - $17,352 $119,804 - - $844 $138,000 - $138,000

11272-Public Defender Records Automation Fund
1260-Public Defender - - - - - - 138,000 138,000 - 138,000
1126-Public Defender - - - - - - $138,000 $138,000 - $138,000

11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste Management
1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 183,746 25,000 - - - - 288,979 497,725 - 497,725
1115-Chief Administrative Officer $183,746 $25,000 - - - - $288,979 $497,725 - $497,725

C O O K
11274-Land Bank Authority
1586-Land Bank Authority 1,373,661 1,644,040 24,700 1,825,118 27,074 - 12,965,000 17,859,593 - 17,859,593
1943-Cook County Land Bank Authority $1,373,661 $1,644,040 $24,700 $1,825,118 $27,074 - $12,965,000 $17,859,593 - $17,859,593

11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program
1027-Office Of Economic Development 25,057 153,000 - - - - 131,618 309,675 - 309,675
E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

1125-Chief Of Economic Development $25,057 $153,000 - - - - $131,618 $309,675 - $309,675

C O U N T Y
11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery
1040-County Assessor 1,515,803 426,000 50,000 25,000 - - 156,812 2,173,615 - 2,173,615
1251-Assessor $1,515,803 $426,000 $50,000 $25,000 - - $156,812 $2,173,615 - $2,173,615

F I S C A L
11277-Pharmaceutical Disposal Fund
1210-Office Of The Sheriff - 7,500 2,500 - - - - 10,000 - 10,000
1427-Sheriff - $7,500 $2,500 - - - - $10,000 - $10,000

Y E A R
11302-Township Roads
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways - - 1,700,000 300,000 - 1,500,000 - 3,500,000 - 3,500,000
1115-Chief Administrative Officer - - $1,700,000 $300,000 - $1,500,000 - $3,500,000 - $3,500,000

11303-Annuity And Benefit Fund

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1590-Annuity and Benefits 564,885,245 - - - - - (353,436,000) 211,449,245 - 211,449,245


1076-Chief Financial Officer $564,885,245 - - - - - $(353,436,000) $211,449,245 - $211,449,245

11310-County Law Library

9 9
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 2,421,554 4,200 1,163,205 634,171 15,824 - 611,998 4,850,951 - 4,850,951
1115-Chief Administrative Officer $2,421,554 $4,200 $1,163,205 $634,171 $15,824 - $611,998 $4,850,951 - $4,850,951

11312-Animal Control
1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 1,956,214 2,402,300 118,170 812,982 6,848 265,000 359,038 5,920,552 - 5,920,552
1115-Chief Administrative Officer $1,956,214 $2,402,300 $118,170 $812,982 $6,848 $265,000 $359,038 $5,920,552 - $5,920,552

11314-Recorder Document Storage System
1130-Recorder Of Deeds 2,942,451 17,321 28,000 - - - 329,919 3,317,691 - 3,317,691
1402-Recorder Of Deeds $2,942,451 $17,321 $28,000 - - - $329,919 $3,317,691 - $3,317,691

11316-County Clerk Automation
1110-County Clerk 1,182,492 200,000 59,500 10,000 - - 136,721 1,588,713 - 1,588,713
1352-County Clerk $1,182,492 $200,000 $59,500 $10,000 - - $136,721 $1,588,713 - $1,588,713

11318-Circuit Court Document Storage
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 5,520,109 732,000 873,544 546,033 384,550 - - 8,056,236 - 8,056,236
EXPENDITURES
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY OBJECT AND FUND
BB-037_Summary_of_Appropriations_by_Object_and_Fund
SUPPLIES OPERATIONS RENTAL **CONTINGENCY
PERSONAL CONTRACTUAL AND AND AND CAPITAL AND SPEC. ALLOCATED TOTAL
Departments SERVICES SERVICES MATERIALS MAINTENANCE LEASING OUTLAY PURPOSE SUBTOTAL CAPITAL RECOMMENDATIONS
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court $5,520,109 $732,000 $873,544 $546,033 $384,550 - - $8,056,236 - $8,056,236

11320-Circuit Court Automation
EXPENDITURES

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 7,052,344 1,183,795 300,700 573,842 424,227 - - 9,534,908 - 9,534,908
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court $7,052,344 $1,183,795 $300,700 $573,842 $424,227 - - $9,534,908 - $9,534,908

11322-Circuit Court Illinois Dispute Resolution
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - 190,000 - - - - 26,547 216,547 - 216,547
1478-Chief Judge - $190,000 - - - - $26,547 $216,547 - $216,547

11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd
1210-Office Of The Sheriff 2,086,256 - - 802 1,516 - (224,962) 1,863,613 - 1,863,613
1427-Sheriff $2,086,256 - - $802 $1,516 - $(224,962) $1,863,613 - $1,863,613

11326-Adult Probation Svc Fee

C O O K
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 95,000 2,241,490 142,680 - - - 1,016,598 3,495,768 - 3,495,768
1478-Chief Judge $95,000 $2,241,490 $142,680 - - - $1,016,598 $3,495,768 - $3,495,768

11328-Social Svc Probat And Ct Fee
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 24,210 489,075 98,600 6,500 17,805 - 3,358,181 3,994,371 - 3,994,371
1478-Chief Judge $24,210 $489,075 $98,600 $6,500 $17,805 - $3,358,181 $3,994,371 - $3,994,371

C O U N T Y
11716-Bond And Int Ser 1999 B Rfndng
1700-Bond and Interest - - - - - - 280,368,569 280,368,569 - 280,368,569
1076-Chief Financial Officer - - - - - - $280,368,569 $280,368,569 - $280,368,569

11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation

F I S C A L
1060-County Treasurer 8,493,490 1,571,080 104,091 922,286 88,273 354,287 256,067 11,789,574 - 11,789,574
1301-Treasurer $8,493,490 $1,571,080 $104,091 $922,286 $88,273 $354,287 $256,067 $11,789,574 - $11,789,574

11856-MFT Illinois First (1st)

Y E A R
1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 36,388,204 515,500 587,000 2,984,158 299,354 800,000 1,701,201 43,275,418 - 43,275,418
1115-Chief Administrative Officer $36,388,204 $515,500 $587,000 $2,984,158 $299,354 $800,000 $1,701,201 $43,275,418 - $43,275,418

Total Special Purpose $1,013,355,866 $42,034,579 $6,245,062 $15,573,302 $2,364,747 $8,435,287 $(399,812,742) $688,196,101 - $688,196,101

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Restricted 58,835,933 46,812,402 1,285,180 2,554,703 6,869,029 4,606,212 103,798,786 224,762,246 2,126,849 226,889,095

Total Operating Fund $3,096,474,102 $1,246,328,472 $158,107,112 $203,202,274 $37,751,469 $46,166,462 $126,244,080 $4,914,273,970 - $4,914,273,970

11300-Motor Fuel Tax - - - - - - - - $87,739,425 $87,739,425

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Capital Improvements - - - - - - - - $344,577,547 $344,577,547

Total $3,096,474,102 $1,246,328,472 $158,107,112 $203,202,274 $37,751,469 $46,166,462 $126,244,080 $4,914,273,970 $432,316,972 $5,346,590,942

* FY2018 Capital Improvements excludes capital purchases funded with operating dollars.
E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1
SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS BY CONTROL OFFICER
BB-038_Summary_of_Appropriations_by_Control_Officer FY2018
Control Officer Corporate Fund Public Safety Fund Health Enterprise Election Fund Special Purpose Restricted Motor Fuel Tax Fund Total
Fund Funds Recomendations
1051-President $2,112,278 $662,095 - - - $40,000 - $2,814,373

1076-Chief Financial Officer 22,610,099 - - - 491,817,814 - - 514,427,913

1105-Chief Information Officer 20,449,866 - - - 11,434,743 - - 31,884,610

1115-Chief Administrative Officer 6,406,099 16,848,006 - - 58,044,646 58,541,054 87,739,425 227,579,230

1125-Chief Of Economic Development 6,869,420 - - - 309,675 97,926,729 - 105,105,824

1135-Chief Of Human Resources 5,265,940 - - - - - - 5,265,940

1140-Chief Of Asset Management 3,520,559 53,561,233 - - - - - 57,081,792

1145-Department Of Human Rights And Ethics 927,281 - - - - - - 927,281

1150-Administrative Hearings 1,474,014 - - - - - - 1,474,014

1155-County Auditor 1,124,875 - - - - - - 1,124,875

1126-Public Defender - 76,069,750 - - 138,000 300,979 - 76,508,729

C O O K
1025-Offices Under The President $70,760,431 $147,141,084 - - $561,744,878 156,808,762 87,739,425 $1,024,194,580

1176-Cook County Board Of Commissioners 8,313,981 - - - - - - 8,313,981

1251-Assessor 27,481,585 - - - 2,988,615 - - 30,470,200

1276-Board Of Review 11,454,765 - - - - - - 11,454,765
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C O U N T Y
1301-Treasurer 1,147,068 - - - 11,789,574 - - 12,936,641

1327-Inspector General 2,079,269 - - - - - - 2,079,269

1352-County Clerk 11,229,907 - - 25,299,892 1,588,713 1,005,000 - 39,123,512

1377-Board Of Election Commissioners - - - 17,729,599 - - - 17,729,599

F I S C A L
1402-Recorder Of Deeds 7,050,235 - - - 5,426,185 - - 12,476,420

1427-Sheriff - 625,368,178 - - 2,093,613 14,214,551 - 641,676,342

1453-State's Attorney - 123,334,901 - - 1,753,765 26,759,783 - 151,848,449

Y E A R
1478-Chief Judge - 264,235,062 - - 11,322,258 3,313,598 - 278,870,918

1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court - 105,604,935 - - 18,554,482 2,784,847 - 126,944,263

1536-Public Administrator - 1,391,634 - - - - - 1,391,634

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1151-Elected And Appointed Officials $68,756,811 $1,119,934,709 - $43,029,491 $55,517,203 48,077,779 - $1,335,315,993


1489-Fixed Charges And Special Purpose Appropriations 430,023,791 111,598,797 - - - - - 541,622,588
1588-Fixed Charges $430,023,791 $111,598,797 - - - - - $541,622,588

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1943-Cook County Land Bank Authority - - - - 17,859,593 2,664,740 - 20,524,333
1638-Cook County Land Bank Authority - - - - $17,859,593 2,664,740 - $20,524,333

4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System - - 2,053,100,000 - 10,044,936 17,210,965 - 2,080,355,901
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board - - $2,053,100,000 - $10,044,936 17,210,965 - $2,080,355,901
Total Operating Funds $569,541,033 $1,378,674,590 $2,053,100,000 $43,029,491 $645,166,610 $224,762,246 - $4,914,273,970

Capital Improvements* $295,867,481 $16,795,082 $29,788,135 - - $2,126,849 $87,739,425 $432,316,972
Grand Totals $865,408,514 $1,395,469,672 $2,082,888,135 $43,029,491 $645,166,610 $226,889,095 $87,739,425 $5,346,590,942

* 2018 Capital Improvements excludes Capital purchases funded with operating dollars.
EXPENDITURES
SUMMARY OF FULL TIME EQUIVALENT BY FUND
BB-039_Summary_of_FTE_by_Fund

Departments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
General Fund
EXPENDITURES

Corporate Fund

1010-Office Of The President 25.8 34.0 20.2 16.0 16.0 17.0 19.0 19.0 18.0 17.9

1007-Revenue 31.9 33.5 29.3 46.6 62.8 64.3 75.6 76.6 76.6 79.6

1008-Risk Management 24.0 25.0 20.3 22.1 22.0 23.0 24.0 22.0 22.0 22.0

1014-Budget And Management Services 17.7 19.4 13.0 15.1 19.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 19.0 20.0

1020-County Comptroller 49.1 49.8 38.4 38.6 37.7 41.7 41.7 42.1 41.7 39.0

1022-Contract Compliance 12.4 12.2 12.0 10.2 10.0 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.0 12.0

C O O K
1030-Chief Procurement Officer 32.6 34.9 24.3 19.9 34.0 37.0 37.0 37.0 32.0 31.0

1021-Off Of The Chief Financial Officer 3.2 8.0 7.4 8.2 23.9 11.0 11.0 10.0 11.0 11.0

1029-Enterprise Resource Planning - - - - - 19.8 22.6 16.0 16.0 15.0

C O U N T Y
1012-Department Of Mis 70.0 78.0 - - - - - - - -

1016-IT Solutions 33.6 36.0 75.0 72.0 82.1 81.0 - - - -

1023-Dept. Of Office Tech. 15.2 14.0 - - - - - - - -

F I S C A L
1028-IT Shared Services - - - 52.0 - - - - - -

1009-Enterprise Technology 8.6 9.0 50.0 64.0 66.4 61.0 139.0 134.0 135.0 133.8

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 31.6 32.0 32.5 37.0 36.7 38.0 34.0 31.0 31.7 33.0

Y E A R
1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability 23.6 23.7 26.0 25.0 25.0 27.0 26.0 21.7 23.0 25.0

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 226.1 204.4 103.2 90.0 74.8 67.4 66.2 48.2 - -

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1160-Building And Zoning 45.6 47.0 44.0 42.0 41.0 39.0 40.0 38.0 42.0 40.6


1170-Zoning Board Of Appeals 5.0 4.7 5.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.1

1 0 2
1027-Office Of Economic Development - - - 8.4 7.0 7.0 3.0 6.0 10.0 7.9

1013-Planning And Development 11.0 10.0 10.8 13.0 10.0 13.0 13.0 11.0 12.0 6.7

1032-Department Of Human Resources 44.6 42.1 39.8 38.0 44.4 48.0 49.0 48.0 44.0 44.3

1031-Office Of Asset Management 23.6 26.9 17.0 11.6 13.0 17.0 23.5 23.0 25.0 26.1

1002-Human Rights And Ethics 10.7 12.0 10.2 11.0 11.0 11.2 11.0 10.5 10.0 9.2

1026-Dept Of Administrative Hearings 4.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.1

1070-County Auditor 13.1 12.0 10.0 9.0 9.6 11.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1
SUMMARY OF FULL TIME EQUIVALENT BY FUND
BB-039_Summary_of_FTE_by_Fund

Departments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
1018-Office Of The County Commissioner 9.0 9.0 11.6 11.6 8.6 9.6 9.8 9.8 9.8 10.0

1081-First District 4.1 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

1082-Second District 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.1 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0

1083-Third District 5.0 3.1 3.7 3.7 3.7 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

1084-Fourth District 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

1085-Fifth District 5.0 5.0 4.2 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 4.0

1086-Sixth District 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

1087-Seventh District 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 5.0 5.0 5.0

C O O K
1088-Eighth District 4.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

1089-Ninth District 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 3.7 4.4 4.1 4.1

1090-Tenth District 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0
E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

C O U N T Y
1091-Eleventh District 6.8 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7 5.7

1092-Twelfth District 4.2 4.2 4.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

1093-Thirteenth District 5.0 4.2 4.2 4.5 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.5 4.5

F I S C A L
1094-Fourteenth District 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0

1095-Fifteenth District 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

1096-Sixteenth District 4.2 4.0 4.4 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.0

Y E A R
1097-Seventeenth District 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

1040-County Assessor 396.3 397.0 337.4 368.9 347.0 360.0 338.0 342.0 309.0 306.0

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1050-Board Of Review 123.0 132.0 124.9 127.0 126.0 125.0 126.0 125.0 130.0 130.0


1060-County Treasurer 64.2 48.0 43.2 39.0 34.0 26.0 17.0 14.0 13.0 11.0

1080-Office Of Inspector General 18.4 15.0 17.9 20.6 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 18.0 17.0

1 0 3
1110-County Clerk 158.6 167.0 144.8 144.0 137.0 135.0 134.0 136.0 135.0 135.0

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 167.6 157.0 128.0 121.0 123.5 108.0 99.0 92.0 81.0 80.0

1452-Veterans Assistance Commission 2.8 3.0 3.0 3.0 - - - - - -

Total Corporate Fund 1,783.7 1,781.3 1,481.9 1,569.8 1,531.5 1,539.3 1,513.4 1,468.6 1,381.1 1,369.5

Public Safety Fund

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EXPENDITURES
SUMMARY OF FULL TIME EQUIVALENT BY FUND
BB-039_Summary_of_FTE_by_Fund

Departments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
1205-Justice Advisory Council 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 5.0 5.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.1
EXPENDITURES

1265-Homeland Security And Emergency Mgmt - - - 14.0 15.0 17.0 25.0 25.0 21.0 21.7

1451-Off Of Adoption And Child Custody Advocacy 12.4 11.2 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 11.0

1259-Medical Examiner 88.1 106.0 98.8 97.1 100.5 126.0 123.8 127.7 117.4 115.0

1200-Department of Facilities Management 372.5 380.0 384.0 378.0 407.1 551.0 541.7 526.2 524.0 507.0

1260-Public Defender 660.3 715.9 696.0 661.4 674.4 685.6 699.0 693.0 679.0 680.0

1211-Dept. of Admin/Support Services 167.1 214.0 210.5 196.0 198.0 - - - - -

1212-Sheriff Women's Justice Serv 70.9 72.0 65.6 68.0 69.2 - - - - -

C O O K
1214-Sheriff's Administration And Human Resources - - - - - 203.0 163.4 108.5 339.6 341.6

1215-Custodian 285.9 275.0 243.5 - - - - - - -
1216-Office Of Prof Review, Prof Integrity Special
- - - - - - 62.5 78.0 99.0 98.0
Investigations

C O U N T Y
1217-Sheriff's Information Technology - - - - - 53.0 43.4 219.0 35.0 39.0

1235-Impact Incarceration 104.0 102.0 98.0 96.0 - - - - - -

1238-Community Services 32.4 32.0 29.0 - - - - - - -

F I S C A L
1239-Department Of Corrections 3,528.2 3,670.2 3,666.0 3,834.1 3,936.9 4,374.3 4,432.4 4,295.0 4,267.7 4,204.5

1249-Sheriff's Merit Board 16.0 25.0 24.5 27.0 30.0 31.0 29.0 30.0 28.0 28.0

Y E A R
1230-Court Services Division 1,589.0 1,502.0 1,396.4 1,388.0 1,430.3 1,434.0 1,346.4 1,292.2 1,173.0 1,122.0

1236-Comm Super./Intervention 376.1 376.0 350.2 201.0 304.1 - - - - -

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1231-Police Department 597.5 589.0 576.7 543.0 531.8 607.5 630.5 658.5 643.0 686.0


1210-Office Of The Sheriff 31.0 26.0 22.0 23.0 33.0 49.6 40.6 23.0 21.0 22.0

1250-State's Attorney 1,281.5 1,294.8 1,292.9 1,136.7 1,132.2 1,148.1 1,161.0 1,149.1 1,134.2 1,130.2

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1280-Adult Probation Dept. 697.9 687.8 648.0 603.0 577.0 589.5 625.0 640.0 586.6 575.6

1305-Public Guardian 276.6 270.1 266.8 265.3 249.2 239.4 238.8 229.4 220.8 211.8

1312-Forensic Clinical Services 38.0 38.6 36.6 34.0 30.0 30.0 30.1 31.1 29.9 29.9

1313-Social Service 222.8 222.4 210.6 208.0 199.0 196.3 197.0 198.0 201.0 197.0

1326-Juvenile Probation And Court Services 428.8 445.8 391.6 373.6 368.0 392.8 449.5 423.4 421.1 404.0

1300-Judiciary 430.4 443.0 440.0 439.0 439.0 437.0 437.0 437.0 437.0 437.0

1440-Juvenile Temporary Detention Center 612.0 633.0 634.0 634.0 595.0 663.0 700.0 703.5 679.0 654.5
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Departments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
1310-Office Of The Chief Judge 511.1 520.7 487.9 482.8 465.0 465.0 473.5 457.7 463.7 454.3

1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 1,779.2 1,734.2 1,719.9 1,549.8 1,511.7 1,505.7 1,546.5 1,463.2 1,433.5 1,389.0

1390-Public Administrator 19.0 19.0 18.7 19.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 17.0 17.0 16.0

Total Public Safety Fund 14,234.7 14,411.7 14,023.2 13,287.3 13,329.4 13,831.8 14,032.1 13,843.5 13,589.5 13,382.1

Total General Fund 16,018.4 16,193.0 15,505.1 14,857.1 14,860.9 15,371.1 15,545.5 15,312.1 14,970.6 14,751.6

Health Enterprise Fund

C O O K
4240-Cermak Health Services 445.2 486.5 516.0 527.0 502.1 578.4 617.0 609.0 637.5 657.0

4890-Bureau Of Health 505.2 553.5 554.3 581.0 608.0 647.0 411.8 485.0 503.0 520.0

4891-Provident Hospital 690.0 683.6 462.9 468.0 383.0 357.5 385.0 354.0 339.0 342.0
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C O U N T Y
4893-Ambulatory Community Hlth Ntwk 678.6 702.2 705.1 677.3 652.0 620.0 858.2 775.0 847.0 822.0

4894-Boh Services Core Center 61.4 67.7 67.4 70.0 66.0 69.3 75.0 78.0 78.0 74.0

4896-Managed Care - - - - 247.0 266.3 30.0 23.0 99.0 110.0

F I S C A L
4897-Stroger Hospital Of Cook County 3,866.4 3,898.3 3,614.9 4,184.0 3,903.0 3,905.6 4,097.6 4,154.7 4,133.4 4,117.0

4898-Oak Forest Health Center 1,055.0 1,024.3 509.9 337.5 116.0 115.0 110.0 99.0 82.0 66.0

4241-JTDC - Health Services 39.0 39.0 36.8 37.0 36.0 37.0 37.0 35.0 38.0 33.0

Y E A R
4895-Department Of Public Health 160.6 171.6 170.8 176.0 155.0 148.0 125.0 123.0 108.0 110.0

Total Health Enterprise Fund 7,501.4 7,626.7 6,638.1 7,057.8 6,668.1 6,744.1 6,746.6 6,735.7 6,864.9 6,851.0

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Total General and Enterprise Funds 23,519.8 23,819.7 22,143.2 21,914.9 21,529.0 22,115.2 22,292.1 22,047.8 21,835.5 21,602.6

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Special Purpose and Election Funds

Election Fund

1110-County Clerk 117.5 121.0 125.6 129.0 129.0 129.0 130.0 124.0 125.0 125.0

1525-Board Of Elec Comm-Election Fund 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

Total Election Fund 121.5 125.0 129.6 133.0 133.0 133.0 134.0 128.0 129.0 129.0

Special Purpose Funds

1009-Enterprise Technology 12.5 16.0 12.0 15.0 19.0 18.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 16.3
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EXPENDITURES

1265-Homeland Security And Emergency Mgmt 5.0 16.0 15.7 - - - - - - -

1011-Office Of Chief Admin Officer 73.5 77.0 66.0 66.4 63.7 62.0 57.0 51.0 53.0 53.0

1161-Dept Of Environment and Sustainability - - - - - - - 2.0 2.0 2.0

1500-Department Of Transportation And Highways 124.0 145.2 231.6 214.0 209.1 217.5 221.7 217.1 289.5 315.5

1027-Office Of Economic Development - - - - - - - - - 0.2

1040-County Assessor - - - - - - - - 22.0 20.0

1060-County Treasurer 66.7 72.0 71.0 70.0 71.2 66.0 72.0 75.0 75.5 77.5

C O O K
1110-County Clerk 12.2 13.0 15.0 13.0 14.0 14.0 14.0 15.0 15.0 12.0

1130-Recorder Of Deeds 58.1 64.0 78.0 72.0 73.0 82.0 82.0 79.0 60.0 58.0

1210-Office Of The Sheriff 16.0 16.0 16.0 49.5 49.5 14.7 16.0 18.0 18.0 18.0

C O U N T Y
1250-State's Attorney 72.0 66.8 40.0 43.0 44.6 45.2 46.4 41.0 34.2 17.0

1300-Judiciary 71.0 47.6 70.0 69.8 57.0 52.0 - - - -

1310-Office Of The Chief Judge - - 24.0 22.0 21.0 26.4 30.0 31.0 32.0 33.0

F I S C A L
1335-Clerk Of Circuit Court Office Of Clerk 248.4 301.8 300.2 264.2 253.8 256.7 201.2 185.0 176.2 149.1

1586-Land Bank Authority - - - - - - - 11.0 14.0 14.0

4890-Bureau Of Health 53.0 54.0 48.0 48.0 41.0 42.0 39.0 41.0 53.0 54.0

Y E A R
Total Special Purpose Funds 812.4 889.4 987.5 946.9 916.9 896.5 795.3 782.1 860.4 839.5

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Total Special Purpose and Election Funds 933.9 1,014.4 1,117.1 1,079.9 1,049.9 1,029.5 929.3 910.1 989.4 968.5

Restricted 809.2 779.0 724.6 664.6 590.0 505.0 484.4 481.3 408.5 408.0

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Total Full Time Equivalent 25,262.9 25,613.1 23,984.9 23,659.4 23,168.9 23,649.7 23,705.8 23,439.2 23,233.4 22,979.1
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Departments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
General Funds
1051-President 31.8 40.0 26.2 22.0 21.0 22.0 26.0 26.0 25.0 25.0
1076-Chief Financial Officer 170.9 182.8 144.7 160.7 209.4 208.0 220.8 219.7 214.3 214.6
1105-Chief Information Officer 127.4 137.0 125.0 188.0 148.5 161.8 161.6 150.0 151.0 148.8
1115-Chief Administrative Officer 381.8 377.3 269.5 272.6 262.0 285.4 286.0 264.6 204.1 205.7
1125-Chief Of Economic Development 61.6 61.7 59.8 67.4 62.0 64.0 61.0 60.0 69.0 60.2
1135-Chief Of Human Resources 44.6 42.1 39.8 38.0 44.4 48.0 49.0 48.0 44.0 44.3
1140-Chief Of Asset Management 396.1 406.9 401.0 389.6 420.1 568.0 565.2 549.2 549.0 533.1
1145-Department Of Human Rights And Ethics 10.7 12.0 10.2 11.0 11.0 11.2 11.0 10.5 10.0 9.2
1150-Administrative Hearings 4.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 8.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.1

C O O K
1155-County Auditor 13.1 12.0 10.0 9.0 9.6 11.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0
1126-Public Defender 660.3 715.9 696.0 661.4 674.4 685.6 699.0 693.0 679.0 680.0
1025-Offices Under The President 1,902.3 1,994.7 1,789.2 1,824.7 1,870.4 2,074.0 2,100.6 2,042.0 1,966.4 1,942.0
1176-Cook County Board Of Commissioners 89.8 86.7 87.3 87.6 85.6 85.9 86.3 87.5 88.1 90.3
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1251-Assessor 396.3 397.0 337.4 368.9 347.0 360.0 338.0 342.0 309.0 306.0
1276-Board Of Review 123.0 132.0 124.9 127.0 126.0 125.0 126.0 125.0 130.0 130.0
1301-Treasurer 64.2 48.0 43.2 39.0 34.0 26.0 17.0 14.0 13.0 11.0
1327-Inspector General 18.4 15.0 17.9 20.6 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 18.0 17.0

F I S C A L
1352-County Clerk 158.6 167.0 144.8 144.0 137.0 135.0 134.0 136.0 135.0 135.0
1402-Recorder Of Deeds 167.6 157.0 128.0 121.0 123.5 108.0 99.0 92.0 81.0 80.0

Y E A R
1427-Sheriff 6,798.1 6,883.2 6,682.4 6,376.1 6,533.3 6,752.4 6,748.2 6,704.2 6,606.3 6,541.1
1453-State's Attorney 1,281.5 1,294.8 1,292.9 1,136.7 1,132.2 1,148.1 1,161.0 1,149.1 1,134.2 1,130.2
1478-Chief Judge 3,217.6 3,261.4 3,115.5 3,039.7 2,922.2 3,013.0 3,150.9 3,120.1 3,039.1 2,964.1

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1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court 1,779.2 1,734.2 1,719.9 1,549.8 1,511.7 1,505.7 1,546.5 1,463.2 1,433.5 1,389.0


1536-Public Administrator 19.0 19.0 18.7 19.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 17.0 17.0 16.0
1563-Veterans Assistance Commission 2.8 3.0 3.0 3.0 - - - - - -

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1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 14,116.1 14,198.3 13,715.9 13,032.4 12,990.5 13,297.1 13,444.9 13,270.1 13,004.2 12,809.6
Total General Funds 16,018.4 16,193.0 15,505.1 14,857.1 14,860.9 15,371.1 15,545.5 15,312.1 14,970.6 14,751.6
Health Enterprise Fund
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital 7,501.4 7,626.7 6,638.1 7,057.8 6,668.1 6,744.1 6,746.6 6,735.7 6,864.9 6,851.0
Total Health Enterprise Fund 7,501.4 7,626.7 6,638.1 7,057.8 6,668.1 6,744.1 6,746.6 6,735.7 6,864.9 6,851.0
Total General and Enterprise 23,519.8 23,819.7 22,143.2 21,914.9 21,529.0 22,115.2 22,292.1 22,047.8 21,835.5 21,602.6
Special Revenue Fund
1105-Chief Information Officer 12.5 16.0 12.0 15.0 19.0 18.0 16.0 16.0 16.0 16.3
1115-Chief Administrative Officer 202.5 238.2 313.3 280.4 272.8 279.5 278.7 270.1 344.5 370.5
1125-Chief Of Economic Development - - - - - - - - - 0.2
EXPENDITURES

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Departments 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
1025-Offices Under The President 215.0 254.2 325.3 295.4 291.8 297.5 294.7 286.1 360.5 387.0
1251-Assessor - - - - - - - - 22.0 20.0
EXPENDITURES

1301-Treasurer 66.7 72.0 71.0 70.0 71.2 66.0 72.0 75.0 75.5 77.5
1352-County Clerk 129.7 134.0 140.6 142.0 143.0 143.0 144.0 139.0 140.0 137.0
1377-Board Of Election Commissioners 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0
1402-Recorder Of Deeds 58.1 64.0 78.0 72.0 73.0 82.0 82.0 79.0 60.0 58.0
1427-Sheriff 16.0 16.0 16.0 49.5 49.5 14.7 16.0 18.0 18.0 18.0
1453-State's Attorney 72.0 66.8 40.0 43.0 44.6 45.2 46.4 41.0 34.2 17.0
1478-Chief Judge 71.0 47.6 94.0 91.8 78.0 78.4 30.0 31.0 32.0 33.0
1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court 248.4 301.8 300.2 264.2 253.8 256.7 201.2 185.0 176.2 149.1

C O O K
1151-Elected And Appointed Officials 665.9 706.2 743.8 736.5 717.1 690.0 595.6 572.0 561.9 513.6
1943-Cook County Land Bank Authority - - - - - - - 11.0 14.0 14.0
1638-Cook County Land Bank Authority - - - - - - - 11.0 14.0 14.0
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital 53.0 54.0 48.0 48.0 41.0 42.0 39.0 41.0 53.0 54.0

C O U N T Y
Total Special Revenue Fund 933.9 1,014.4 1,117.1 1,079.9 1,049.9 1,029.5 929.3 910.1 989.4 968.5
Total Operating Fund 24,453.7 24,834.1 23,260.3 22,994.8 22,578.9 23,144.7 23,221.4 22,957.9 22,824.9 22,571.1
Total Grants 809.2 779.0 724.6 664.6 590.0 505.0 484.4 481.3 408.5 408.0

F I S C A L
Total Full Time Equivalent 25,262.9 25,613.1 23,984.9 23,659.4 23,168.9 23,649.7 23,705.8 23,439.2 23,233.4 22,979.1

Y E A R
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General Funds

1051-President 2,102,694 2,287,740 2,456,580 2,427,211 2,347,685

1076-Chief Financial Officer 14,020,294 14,545,938 15,359,517 15,825,345 16,360,160

1105-Chief Information Officer 12,957,645 12,695,080 12,812,740 13,705,926 13,898,477

1115-Chief Administrative Officer 18,735,331 19,431,737 18,707,709 15,898,414 16,322,082

1125-Chief Of Economic Development 5,222,382 5,028,481 5,137,130 5,782,322 5,104,948

C O O K
1135-Chief Of Human Resources 3,694,576 3,739,970 3,707,595 3,664,259 3,814,092

1140-Chief Of Asset Management 37,219,514 37,989,038 38,077,834 39,505,226 39,135,118

1145-Department Of Human Rights And Ethics 746,570 747,936 735,539 729,209 698,787
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C O U N T Y
1150-Administrative Hearings 442,189 448,387 455,443 471,049 474,581

1155-County Auditor 877,817 942,008 933,845 968,243 957,169

F I S C A L
1126-Public Defender 55,449,617 57,485,683 60,384,763 61,305,497 61,918,314

1025-Offices Under The President $151,468,629 $155,341,998 $158,768,695 $160,282,701 $161,031,415

Y E A R
1176-Cook County Board Of Commissioners 6,377,941 6,529,681 6,708,616 6,449,675 6,810,224

1251-Assessor 21,383,344 20,016,861 21,321,392 20,106,060 19,909,346

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1276-Board Of Review 7,792,748 8,008,415 8,409,547 8,833,654 8,984,463


1301-Treasurer 1,737,562 1,155,124 1,021,399 957,349 871,460

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1327-Inspector General 1,716,161 1,728,818 1,838,757 1,751,891 1,697,194

1352-County Clerk 7,403,814 7,299,400 7,938,067 8,267,658 8,596,486

1402-Recorder Of Deeds 5,766,894 5,190,782 5,043,667 4,901,430 4,939,187

1427-Sheriff 403,865,653 411,112,843 438,051,226 442,451,918 443,789,633

1453-State's Attorney 89,902,578 90,566,362 94,121,484 96,158,876 96,615,826

1478-Chief Judge 157,432,551 160,537,347 173,164,761 178,858,446 177,307,286

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1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court 70,523,098 73,084,767 74,669,044 75,580,742 75,715,562
EXPENDITURES

1536-Public Administrator 925,423 902,873 884,262 956,371 956,808

1151-Elected And Appointed Officials $774,827,767 $786,133,273 $833,172,222 $845,274,070 $846,193,474

Total General Funds $926,296,396 $941,475,271 $991,940,917 $1,005,556,771 $1,007,224,889

Health Enterprise Fund

4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System 482,782,763 468,483,029 497,030,902 529,112,636 533,179,097

C O O K
4010-Cook County Health And Hospital Systems Board $482,782,763 $468,483,029 $497,030,902 $529,112,636 $533,179,097

Total Enterprise Funds $482,782,763 $468,483,029 $497,030,902 $529,112,636 $533,179,097

C O U N T Y
Total General and Enterprise Funds $1,409,079,159 $1,409,958,300 $1,488,971,819 $1,534,669,407 $1,540,403,987

Special Purpose

F I S C A L
1352-County Clerk 7,211,740 7,355,201 7,993,559 8,382,783 8,539,421

1377-Board Of Election Commissioners 378,929 378,929 395,451 406,819 406,819

Y E A R
Total 11306-Election $7,590,669 $7,734,130 $8,389,010 $8,789,602 $8,946,240

4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System 228,980 228,980 342,221 1,083,471 1,041,492

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Total 11248-Lead Poisoning Prevention $228,980 $228,980 $342,221 $1,083,471 $1,041,492


1105-Chief Information Officer 1,472,352 1,297,509 1,272,719 1,355,447 1,526,481

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Total 11249-Geographical Information System $1,472,352 $1,297,509 $1,272,719 $1,355,447 $1,526,481

1453-State's Attorney 2,960,979 2,975,804 2,774,252 2,250,546 1,170,576

Total 11252-State's Attorney Narcotics Forfeiture $2,960,979 $2,975,804 $2,774,252 $2,250,546 $1,170,576

4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System 2,483,818 2,344,616 2,536,096 2,628,950 2,790,751

Total 11255-Suburban Tuberculosis Sanitarium District $2,483,818 $2,344,616 $2,536,096 $2,628,950 $2,790,751

1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court 509,307 518,429 599,765 516,751 504,288
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Total 11258-Clerk Circuit Court Administrative $509,307 $518,429 $599,765 $516,751 $504,288

1402-Recorder Of Deeds 1,852,061 1,172,083 1,201,721 858,135 1,109,814

Total 11259-GIS Fee $1,852,061 $1,172,083 $1,201,721 $858,135 $1,109,814

1402-Recorder Of Deeds - - - 195,811 213,739

Total 11260-Recorder Of Deeds Rental Housing Support - - - $195,811 $213,739

1478-Chief Judge 1,061,822 1,205,198 1,363,082 1,406,189 1,509,338

C O O K
Total 11261-Chief Judge Children's Waiting Room $1,061,822 $1,205,198 $1,363,082 $1,406,189 $1,509,338

1115-Chief Administrative Officer - - 128,739 125,744 129,602

Total 11273-Environmental Control Solid Waste - - $128,739 $125,744 $129,602
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C O U N T Y
1943-Cook County Land Bank Authority - - 828,534 1,106,469 1,118,580

Total 11274-Land Bank Authority - - $828,534 $1,106,469 $1,118,580

1125-Chief Of Economic Development - - - - 21,741

F I S C A L
Total 11275-Hud Section 108 Loan Program - - - - $21,741

Y E A R
1251-Assessor - - - 1,202,468 1,182,441

Total 11276-Erroneous Homestead Exemption Recovery - - - $1,202,468 $1,182,441

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1115-Chief Administrative Officer 1,999,117 1,735,375 1,574,410 1,755,633 1,783,114


Total 11310-County Law Library $1,999,117 $1,735,375 $1,574,410 $1,755,633 $1,783,114

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1115-Chief Administrative Officer 1,114,714 1,138,056 1,270,953 1,303,075 1,344,889

Total 11312-Animal Control $1,114,714 $1,138,056 $1,270,953 $1,303,075 $1,344,889

1402-Recorder Of Deeds 2,259,882 3,102,570 3,249,166 2,522,174 2,167,286

Total 11314-Recorder Document Storage System $2,259,882 $3,102,570 $3,249,166 $2,522,174 $2,167,286

1352-County Clerk 795,899 779,282 894,797 931,326 829,436

Total 11316-County Clerk Automation $795,899 $779,282 $894,797 $931,326 $829,436

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1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court 5,239,538 4,511,866 4,888,651 4,829,589 3,679,943
EXPENDITURES

Total 11318-Circuit Court Document Storage $5,239,538 $4,511,866 $4,888,651 $4,829,589 $3,679,943

1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court 6,964,494 5,581,687 6,008,402 5,927,166 5,081,424

Total 11320-Circuit Court Automation $6,964,494 $5,581,687 $6,008,402 $5,927,166 $5,081,424

1427-Sheriff 1,060,081 1,147,042 1,453,343 1,540,266 1,538,905

Total 11324-Emergency Telephone System Brd $1,060,081 $1,147,042 $1,453,343 $1,540,266 $1,538,905

C O O K
1478-Chief Judge 3,240,516 - - - -

Total 11836-Chief Justice Juvenile Justice Fund $3,240,516 - - - -

1301-Treasurer 5,075,834 5,363,794 5,927,042 6,204,167 6,545,376

C O U N T Y
Total 11854-Treasurer Tax Sales Automation $5,075,834 $5,363,794 $5,927,042 $6,204,167 $6,545,376

1115-Chief Administrative Officer 15,874,599 16,254,833 17,286,789 23,158,083 25,381,583

F I S C A L
Total 11856-MFT Illinois First (1st) $15,874,599 $16,254,833 $17,286,789 $23,158,083 $25,381,583

Total Special Purpose Funds $61,784,662 $57,091,254 $61,989,692 $69,691,062 $69,617,040

Y E A R
Total Operating Fund $1,470,863,821 $1,467,049,554 $1,550,961,511 $1,604,360,469 $1,610,021,026

Total Salaries $1,470,863,821 $1,467,049,554 $1,550,961,511 $1,604,360,469 $1,610,021,026

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GRANTS OVERVIEW
Cook County receives grant funds from federal, state, and private agencies for a variety of direct and indirect services

provided by Cook County under the program areas of Economic Development, Healthcare, Finance and Administration,

and Public Safety. The FY2018 recommended Grants budget includes $87 million in new grant funds and $138 million

in active carryover funds, for a total of $225 million in grant funds. This is a 12.8 percent decrease from FY2017. This

decrease is primarily attributed to grant projects that were delayed or had their funding shifted to a partial grant award

from the Department of Transportation and Highways. For example, the $29 million County Line Road project was not

awarded in FY2017 as anticipated and is now scheduled to begin construction in FY2019. Below is a comparison of grant

funding received by the County in FY2017 and FY2018.

The County receives the majority of its grant funds from the Federal government through direct funding or pass-

through funding from the State of Illinois. Below is an overview of the funding types supporting grant programs.

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Department of Planning and Development and the Cook County Land Bank are the principal recipients of funding in this
category, with a primary objective to retain and expand economic opportunities by investing and fostering economic partner-
ships in communities. In 2018, the Department of Planning and Development’s grant funding decreased by 4.63% due mainly
to the ongoing expenditure of the Land Bank’s Riverside-Lawndale grant (which will end in April of 2018.) The Community
Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) grant dollars have been expended as expected as this grant is
focused on providing long-term support for recovery efforts for communities impacted by the 2013 FEMA declared floods.

OTHER GRANT PROGRAMS UNDER THIS CATEGORY INCLUDE:
n Community Development Block Grant awarded $10.1 million in new grant funds and $13.2 million in carryover for a total
of $23.3 million, aimed at providing funds for improving public infrastructure, supportive community services, and
expanding economic opportunities for persons of low and moderate-income communities.

Grant Funding in 2017 and 2018
n HOME investment grant awarded $5.1 million
$270

$260 $258 in new grant funds and $5 million in carryover,
$250
for a total of $10.1 million, creates and preserves
affordable rental or ownership housing for low-
$240
income households.
Millions

$230
$225 n Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) awarded
$220 $1.4 million in new funds and $350,000 in
$210
carryover funds, for a total of $1.7 million assists
homeless individuals through shelters, preven-
$200
2017 2018 tion programs, and improves access to neces-
sary social services.
2018 Grants by Type fo Funding Agency n IHDA Abandoned Property Grant awarded

1.38% 5.58%
$250,000 in new grant funds provided by IHDA
Finance and 
Administration 
Healthcare
to the Department of Planning and Development
in order to expand its demolition program
and remove abandoned residential structures
across suburban Cook County.

44.77% 48.26%
Economic Public Safety
Development

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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION
The primary recipients of grant funding under this category are from the Department of Environmental Control; Elections
(which includes the Cook County Clerk’s Office); and Transportation and Highways. These grants provide for voter educa-
tion programming in suburban county communities, construction and redevelopment of streets and road related activities,
environmental projects, air quality inspections and monitoring, recycling and reuse, as well as community solar projects in
the County. Finance and Administration grants are projected to have a significant decrease of 89%. Most of this decrease is
related to Department of Transportation and Highways construction grant awards for street and road projects either being
delayed or a partial grant being awarded rather than the full project budget as anticipated. For example, $3.5 million was
budgeted for 134th Street in FY2017 but IDOT elected to award the project in stages, so the initial grant was for engineering
work, allocated for only $226,000.

GRANTS IN THIS CATEGORY INCLUDE:
n Voter Registration awarded $1 million in State Board of Election funds that will support the maintenance and cost
associated with the Clerk’s Office Voter Registration System including Electronic Poll Books and the Online Mail Ballot
Request Application.

n Old Orchard Road project awarded $1.5 million of federal Congestion and Mitigation Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ)
grant funds that will provide funding for right-of-way acquisition for the reconstruction of Old Orchard Road. This
segment provides access to Interstate 94 and Old Orchard Mall and is important to the economic vitality of the area.
Capacity and safety deficiencies on this segment are expected to worsen with a projected growth in peak Average
Daily Traffic (ADT) counts from 43,400 to 52,000 vehicles. This additional right-of-way will allow the County to recon-
struct Old Orchard Road to provide improved traffic flow and safety.

n Air Pollution grant with new funding in the amount of $713,000 through the Clean Air Act Air Pollution Control Program
grant, the Cook County Department of Environmental Control (CCDEC) provides air monitoring and enforcement activi-
ties for the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Under the grant, CCDEC
1) operates and maintains a large portion of the air monitoring network in Cook County, 2) conducts inspections and
enforcement activities at commercial and industrial facilities to ensure compliance with National Emission Standards
for Hazardous Air Pollutant (NESHAP) area source regulations, and 3) responds to citizen complaints regarding potential
air-related violations.

HEALTHCARE
Healthcare and Community Services grant recipients are the Department of Public Health and Stroger Hospital. The key
function in this category is to provide primary care to patients through a variety of services ranging from HIV/AIDS care,
lead poisoning prevention activities, and women, children, and infant related services. Programs funded under this category
reflect an increase of 15% in grant funding from the FY2017 budget. This is a result of an increase in carry-over funds and
level funding for new FY2018 awards with funding at $10.5 million in FY17 to $10.6 million in FY18. Grants funded under this
category include:

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n Bioterrorism Preparedness funding which
2018 Grants by STAR Program Area includes $873,000 in carryover funding and an
1.64% estimated $1.3 million in new funding for total
Finance and 
Administration  funding of $2.1 million provides support for the
7.66% preparation and planning of emergency or
Healthcare hazardous situations.

n Local Health Protection funding includes $1.4
44.75% million in carryover funding and an estimated $2.1
Economic
Development
million in new funding for total funding of $3.5
million provides assistance to prevent the spread
45.5% of infectious diseases, food protection, potable
Public Safety
water supply, and private sewage disposal.

0.45% Women, Infant and Children Nutrition (WIC)
n
Property and 
Taxation
funding includes $1.3 million in carryover funding
and an estimated $2.6 million in new funding for
total funding of $3.9 million to continue providing
supplemental nutritious foods at no cost, nutrition education and referrals for health and social services to low-income
pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women; and infants and children up to age 5 determined to be at nutritional risk.

n IDHS Opioid STR was awarded for $2.2 million in new funds to address the Opioid crisis by increasing access to treat-
ment, reducing unmet treatment need, and reducing opioid overdose-related deaths through the provision of preven-
tion, treatment and recovery activities for opioid use disorder, including prescription opioids, as well as illicit drugs
such as heroin. It will provide funding for a comprehensive range of services in response to the opioid crisis in Illinois.

PUBLIC SAFETY
The Public Safety category grant recipients include the Office of the Chief Judge, Cook County Sheriff, State’s Attorney, the
Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM); Public Defender, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Agencies funded under this category provide a variety of assistance to aid in protecting and serving the residents of the
County. Grants in this category focus on crime reduction, enforcement, prosecutions, case management services, and drug
and alcohol treatment. In addition, grant funds under this program area are used to prepare, respond, and recover from acts of
terrorism and/or catastrophic events. This category is projecting an increase of 14.58% from 2017, mainly attributed to a steady
funding for the Child Support Enforcement programs, anticipated new Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) grant funding, the
re-introduction of the State’s Attorney’s Appellate Assistance Grant, and carry-over funds from multiple HIDTA grants.

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THE PRIMARY GRANTS IN THIS CATEGORY INCLUDE FUNDING FOR:
n Child Support Enforcement grants are managed by several agencies within the County and are estimated at $13.8
million in new anticipated funds and $8.8 million in carryover funds from FY2017. The Child Support Enforcement grants
provide support for the enforcement of the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act on behalf of participants
living in other counties and states. The program supports enforcement of child support obligations through income
withholding. In addition, this program supports community outreach to identify children with disabilities in an effort to
seek higher child support awards and establish procedures to modify child support orders.

n Adult Redeploy Initiative includes $750,000 million in carryover funding and an estimated $1.25 million in new funding
for total funding of $2 million. This is a drug court probation program that operates in the Circuit Court Criminal
Division. Its goal is to help certain nonviolent, felony criminal offenders suffering from substance abuse refrain from
becoming repeat offenders and being incarcerated. The program links participants to behavioral health, vocational, and
educational treatment services from community-based sources.

n Violence on Illinois Campus Elimination Strategies is supported by $510,000 in carryover funds and will be used to
strengthen the response to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking who are enrolled
in colleges located in Cook County, including the city of Chicago.

n High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area grant includes $5.9 million in carryover funding and an estimated $4.5 million in
new funding for total funding of $10.4 million and is aimed at eliminating and/or reducing the production, manufac-
turing, distribution, transportation and chronic use of illegal drugs in Cook County.

n UASI grant funds estimated at $25.3 million in carryover funds and $28.09 million in new funds for a total of $53.4
million provides for resources to the Cook County Urban Area including the City of Chicago and the 128 municipalities
and townships within the boundaries of Cook County. This program provides funding to defray the cost of initiatives

Grant Funding History (2015 ‐ 2018)
 $270

 $260 $258 

 $250

 $240
Millions

 $230
$225  $225 
$221 
 $220

 $210

 $200
2015 2016 2017 2018

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targeted at preventing, protecting against, mitigating the effects of, responding to and recovering from natural disasters
and acts of terrorism. Funding allows for the development and implementation of preparedness outreach initiatives,
security assessments of key critical facilities, the planning for, operation and evaluation of exercises, providing training
for first responders and purchase of needed equipment for first responders.

n Appellate Assistance State Grant program includes $1.1 million in carryover funding and an estimated $1.9 million in
new funding for total funding of $3 million to provide funds to staff the Criminal Appeals Division at a level that better
balances staffing between defense attorneys working on criminal appeals in Cook County and the number of assistant
state’s attorneys responding to those briefs.

IMPACT OF STATE IMPASSE
In FY2017, the State of Illinois’ budget impasse impacted the County’s Grant programs to a lesser extent than in previous
years, as the State of Illinois finally passed a full budget. This budget restored grant programs that had previously been
eliminated (like the Appellate Assistance grant program and the Voter Registration grant) as well as initiated new grant
programs (mostly for the Cook County Health and Hospitals System.) The budget also eliminated a number of grant
programs and/or kept grant funding level, rather than increasing to keep pace with the rate of inflation for programs like the
Child Support Enforcement.

PROGRAM REDUCTIONS
n The Child Support program was reduced by $900K – the Office of the Chief Judge no longer receives these funds;

n Adult Redeploy program was reduced by 10.5%

ELIMINATED PROGRAMS
n Partnerships to Improve Community Health Program anticipated award of $2.2 million;

n Ebola Supplemental anticipated award of $260,000

NEW OR RESTORED PROGRAMS
n Appellate Assistance grant program was awarded in the amount of $2 million for FY17 and is anticipated to be awarded
in a similar amount for FY2018;

n Voter Registration grant program was awarded in the amount of $1 million;

n IDHS Opioid STR grant program was awarded in the amount of $2.2 million;

n IDHS Block Grant Vivitrol grant program was awarded in the amount of $300,000

Thanks to the passage of a full State budget, the County has experienced an increase in receipt of program revenues and
has been able to leverage State funds to make up for the loss or reduction in long-time County grant programs.

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GRANT IMPROVEMENTS
The County is committed to streamlining processes while improving fiscal controls in order to remain current with Federal
and State reforms, specifically under the new Federal Uniform Guidance and the State of Illinois Grants Accountability and
Transparency Act. The Department of Budget and Management Services partners with central service departments, like the
Comptroller’s Office, County Auditor, Bureau of Technology, Office of the Chief Procurement Officer, as well as grant-funded
departments to implement policies, procedures, and technology aimed at enhancing the County’s grant management struc-
ture. The reforms are aimed at improving service delivery and performance, increasing revenue, coordinating services, and
streamlining processes.

In particular, over the past fiscal year, we have worked closely with the Enterprise Resource Planning to fully implement the
County’s new Oracle grants financial reporting system and look to integrate this system with the County’s payroll processes
in FY2018. This integration will reduce grant payroll corrections and department chargebacks and streamline reporting to
grantors for full cost recovery.

As external grantors continue to reform processes, emphasizing the importance of performance outcomes, the County
will continue to develop more effective performance measures to increase transparency and accountability of our grant
programs.

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GRANTS SUMMARY
GRANT SUMMARY
FY17 FY18 FY18 Total
Approved Amended Anticipated Anticipated County Project
Grant Number and Title Budget Budget Carry Over New Award Cash Match Amount

1051-President
G53421-Grant 2016 Safe Community - 1,000,000 40,000 - - 40,000

Total 1051-President - $1,000,000 $40,000 - - $40,000

1115-Chief Administrative Officer
G50685-Grant: 2014 CDBG Disaster Relief - 2,477,662 - - - 0

G50785-Grant: 2014 Freight and Rail Study 480,000 480,000 368,000 - - 368,000

G50925-Grant: 2014 Lincoln Highway 1 180,000 - 148,800 - - 148,800

G51245-Grant: 2015 Happ Road over Skokie River 3,120,000 3,120,000 100,487 - - 100,487

G51335-Grant: 2015 Justice Assistance 441,207 196,983 13,797 - - 13,797

G51475-Grant: 2015 Urban Area Security Initiati 21,893,519 24,507,853 7,322,722 - - 7,322,722

G53260-Grant: 2016 Riverside Lawn 7,664,522 - - - - 0

G53426-Grant 2016 HWY 134th Street EDP - 1,785,743 113,000 - - 113,000

G53427-Grant 2016 HWY 134th Street STP - 1,785,743 113,000 - - 113,000

G53439-Grant 2017: DOT 156th St Halsted to Comm - 1,203,672 30,692 - - 30,692

G53448-Grant: 2016 Justice Assistance Grant 499,678 499,678 511,368 0 - 511,368

G53453-Grant 2016 Urban Area Security Initiativ - 18,705,366 18,015,995 - - 18,015,995

G53454-Grant: 131st St Pulaski to Kedzie EDP - - - 150,000 - 150,000

G53459-Grant: 2017 Air Pollution 1,230,211 - 712,751 - - 712,751

G53460-Grant: 2017 Air Pollution Particulate - - 351,635 - - 351,635

G53494-Grant: 2017 HSEM Emergency Management 850,000 - - 447,235 - 447,235

G53505-Grant: 2017 Illinois Science Foundation 71,914 96,000 38,658 - - 38,658

G53507-Grant: 2017 Justice Assistance - - - 470,000 - 470,000

G53532-Grant: 2017 Urban Area Security Initiativ - - - 28,106,913 - 28,106,913

G53544-Old Orchard Rd CMAQ 2017 - - 1,526,000 - - 1,526,000

Total 1115-Chief Administrative Officer $36,431,051 $54,858,700 $29,366,905 $29,174,148 - $58,541,053

1125-Chief Of Economic Development
G50000-Grant: 1980 Community Development Block - 4,419,967 35,000 - - 35,000

G50010-Grant: 1992 HOME Investment Partnership - 117,903 117,903 - - 117,903

G50105-Grant: 2012 Community Development Block - 834,861 834,000 - - 834,000

G50115-Grant: 2012 HOME Investment Partnership - 3,757,155 802,154 - - 802,154

G50260-Grant: 2013 Community Development Block - 1,826,261 1,300,000 - - 1,300,000

G50685-Grant: 2014 CDBG Disaster Relief 69,347,727 67,943,877 62,278,440 - - 62,278,440

G50715-Grant: 2014 Community Development Block 1,559,794 1,587,626 900,000 - - 900,000

G51175-Grant: 2015 Community Development Block 6,435,411 5,987,725 2,720,000 - - 2,720,000

G51285-Grant: 2015 HOME Investment Partnership 2,869,178 1,298,615 1,200,000 - - 1,200,000

G53240-Grant: 2016 HOME Roll Up 4,590,860 4,462,493 2,900,000 - - 2,900,000

G53443-Grant 2016: Emergecy Solutions Grant (ES 850,493 669,919 350,000 - - 350,000

G53445-Grant 2016: Community Development Block 9,796,130 9,796,130 7,579,001 - - 7,579,001

G53450-Grant 2017 IDHA Abandoned Property Grant - - 250,000 - - 250,000

G53469-Grant: 2017 CDBG - - - 10,159,427 - 10,159,427

G53485-Grant: 2017 ESG - - - 1,388,674 - 1,388,674

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GRANTS SUMMARY
GRANT SUMMARY
FY17 FY18 FY18 Total
Approved Amended Anticipated Anticipated County Project
Grant Number and Title Budget Budget Carry Over New Award Cash Match Amount
G53493-Grant: 2017 HOME Investment - - - 5,112,130 - 5,112,130

G99999-Grant Reporting Balance 96,633,151 - - - - 0

Total 1125-Chief Of Economic Development $192,082,744 $102,702,531 $81,266,498 $16,660,231 - $97,926,729

1126-Public Defender
G53458-Grant: 2017 Adult Redeploy CJ - 88,183 - - - 0

G53513-Grant: 2017 Mitigator Project - 182,189 140,816 - - 140,816

G53519-Grant: 2017 PD Forensic DNA 39,140 - - 70,105 - 70,105

G53557-Grant: 2018 Mitigator Project - - - 90,057 45,547 90,057

Total 1126-Public Defender $39,140 $270,372 $140,816 $160,162 $45,547 $300,978

1352-County Clerk
G53545-Grant: 2018 Voters Registration State - - - 1,005,000 - 1,005,000

Total 1352-County Clerk - - - $1,005,000 - $1,005,000

1427-Sheriff
G51310-Grant: 2015 Hunt Award 3 - 12,100 10,500 - - 10,500

G51555-Grant: 2016 Hunt Award 1 5,000 5,000 2,550 - - 2,550

G52635-Grant: 2016 High-Intensity Drug Traffick 4,915,870 4,976,610 1,500,000 - - 1,500,000

G53452-Grant 2017: High-Intensity Drug Traffic - 4,500,309 4,479,746 - - 4,479,746

G53458-Grant: 2017 Adult Redeploy CJ - 35,556 - - - 0

G53474-Grant: 2017 Child Support Enforcement SHE 2,280,066 2,280,066 1,319,409 - - 1,319,409

G53475-Grant: 2018 Child Support Enforcement SHE - - - 2,280,066 - 2,280,066

G53491-Grant: 2018 HighIntensity Drug Traffic - - - 4,506,280 - 4,506,280

G53496-Grant: 2018 Hunt Award 3 - - - 15,000 - 15,000

G53524-Grant: 2017 STEP - - 101,000 - - 101,000

Total 1427-Sheriff $7,200,936 $11,809,641 $7,413,205 $6,801,346 - $14,214,551

1453-State's Attorney
G51255-Grant: 2015 HERO 150,000 150,000 150,000 - - 150,000

G51295-Grant: 2015 Human Trafficking Task Force 750,892 764,821 - 800,892 69,444 800,892

G51470-Grant: 2015 Treatment Court Enhancement 120,292 213,158 - 262,000 50,000 262,000

G51510-Grant: 2015 VOICES 776,988 713,508 510,000 - - 510,000

G52635-Grant: 2016 High-Intensity Drug Traffick - 0 - - - 0

G53440-Grant 2017: DV MDT Response 358,202 343,628 35,000 - - 35,000

G53441-Grant 2017: Sexual Assault MDT Response 408,193 377,224 41,230 - - 41,230

G53458-Grant: 2017 Adult Redeploy CJ - 150,372 - - - 0

G53472-Grant: 2017 Child Support Enforcement SAO 10,044,831 9,794,261 6,511,112 - - 6,511,112

G53473-Grant: 2018 Child Support Enforcement SAO - - - 9,794,261 - 9,794,261

G53478-Grant: 2017 Community Justice Centers - - - 293,734 91,978 293,734

G53481-Grant: 2018 Domestic Violence MDT - - - 378,810 94,637 378,810

G53490-Grant: 2017 Hidden Victims Support Group - 10,800 10,800 - - 10,800

G53495-Grant: 2017 Human Trafficking Equip - - 122,744 - - 122,744

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FY17 FY18 FY18 Total
Approved Amended Anticipated Anticipated County Project
Grant Number and Title Budget Budget Carry Over New Award Cash Match Amount
G53520-Grant: 2017 Serv. Cook County Victim 567,647 347,064 201,164 - - 201,164

G53521-Grant: 2018 Sexual Assault MDT - - - 443,072 101,804 443,072

G53533-Grant: 2017 Victim Sensitive Interview (IAG) - 18,600 10,850 - - 10,850

G53534-Grant: 2018 Victim Sensitive Interview (IAG) - - - 125,584 62,823 125,584

G53535-Grant: 2017 Victim Sensitive Interview IDCFS - 123,389 29,000 - - 29,000

G53536-Grant: 2017 Victim Witness Sex Assault - 21,670 12,641 - - 12,641

G53537-Grant: 2018 Victim Witness Sex Assault - - 21,670 - - 21,670

G53542-Prosecution Based Victim Assistance 2018 - - - 1,209,513 380,400 1,209,513

G53543-Grant: 2017 Complex Drug Prosecution - - - 760,827 - 760,827

G53547-Grant: 2018 Post Conviction DNA Testing - - - 328,604 - 328,604

G53548-Grant: 2017 National Insurance Crime Grant - - - 283,800 - 283,800

G53549-Grant: 2017 Internet Crimes Against Children - - - 241,832 - 241,832

G53550-Grant: 2018 Gun Crime Strategies TF - - - 246,482 - 246,482

G53551-Grant: 2018 Skokie Drug Treatment Court - - - 193,406 - 193,406

G53552-Grant: 2018 Service Cook County Victim - - - 700,889 219,600 700,889

G53567-Grant: 2017 Appellate Assistance Program - - 1,111,974 - - 1,111,974

G53568-Grant: 2018 Appellate Assistance Program - - - 1,927,892 - 1,927,892

Total 1453-State's Attorney $13,177,045 $13,028,496 $8,768,185 $17,991,598 $1,070,686 $26,759,783

1478-Chief Judge
G51540-Grant: 2016 Community Court 99,560 190,404 65,414 - - 65,414

G53451-Grant 2017: Access and Visitation 94,705 84,716 55,245 - - 55,245

G53456-Grant: 2018 Access and Visitation - - - 93,935 - 93,935

G53457-Grant: 2018 Adult Redeploy - - - 1,256,232 - 1,256,232

G53458-Grant: 2017 Adult Redeploy CJ 1,404,800 1,033,352 750,321 - - 750,321

G53504-Grant: 2017 Illinois Lunch Breakfast - 430 2,500 - - 2,500

G53509-Grant: 2018 Juvi Detention Initiative - - - 100,000 - 100,000

G53514-Grant: 2017 National Breakfast - 16,091 101,500 - - 101,500

G53515-Grant: 2017 National Lunch Snack - 30,763 190,000 - - 190,000

G53516-Grant: 2017 Partner Abuse Intervention - 29,900 17,442 - - 17,442

G53517-Grant: 2018 Partner Abuse Intervention - - - 29,900 - 29,900

G53538-Grant: 2017 WRAP Drug Court Enhancement - - - 325,914 - 325,914

G53540-Grant: 2017 SAMHSA Suburb Drug Court - - - 325,194 - 325,194

Total 1478-Chief Judge $1,599,065 $1,385,656 $1,182,422 $2,131,175 - $3,313,597

1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court
G53470-Grant: 2018 Child Support Enforce - - - 1,781,894 - 1,781,894

G53471-Grant: 2017 Child Support Enforce 1,742,624 1,736,748 1,002,953 - - 1,002,953

Total 1503-Clerk Of The Circuit Court $1,742,624 $1,736,748 $1,002,953 $1,781,894 - $2,784,847

1943-Cook County Land Bank Authority
G50685-Grant: 2014 CDBG Disaster Relief - 1,977,494 - - - 0

G53260-Grant: 2016 Riverside Lawn - 8,000,000 2,664,740 - - 2,664,740

Total 1943-Cook County Land Bank Authority - $9,977,494 $2,664,740 - - $2,664,740

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GRANT SUMMARY
FY17 FY18 FY18 Total
Approved Amended Anticipated Anticipated County Project
Grant Number and Title Budget Budget Carry Over New Award Cash Match Amount

4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System
G53461-Grant: 2017 Assisted Outpatient Treatment - - 954,656 - - 954,656

G53462-Grant: 2018 Bioterrorism Prep/Planning - - - 1,282,580 - 1,282,580

G53463-Grant: 2017 Bioterrorism Prep/Planning - 502,394 920,616 - - 920,616

G53464-Grant: 2017 Breast and Cervical 257,306 89,451 83,460 - - 83,460

G53465-Grant: 2018 Breast and Cervical - - - 178,900 - 178,900

G53466-Grant: 2017 Breast and Cervical State - 40,306 41,725 - - 41,725

G53467-Grant: 2018 Breast and Cervical State - - - 89,006 - 89,006

G53468-Grant: 2017 CCH Supplemental Food WI - 184,791 82,795 - - 82,795

G53476-Grant: 2017 Cities Readiness Initiativ - - 47,021 - - 47,021

G53477-Grant: 2018 Cities Readiness Initiativ - - - 195,214 - 195,214

G53482-Grant: 2017 DPH Case Management 584,064 572,724 395,300 - - 395,300

G53483-Grant: 2017 DPH Supplemental WIC 2,571,500 2,433,375 1,251,312 - - 1,251,312

G53486-Grant: 2017 Genetics Grant 64,000 - 32,000 - - 32,000

G53487-Grant: 2018 Genetics Grant - - - 64,000 - 64,000

G53488-Grant: 2017 Great Lakes Hemophilia 1 - - - 12,000 - 12,000

G53492-Grant: 2017 HIV/AIDS Prevention Metro 44,500 - - 80,670 - 80,670

G53497-Grant: 2018 IDHS Case Management - - - 480,768 - 480,768

G53498-Grant: 2018 IDHS Supplemental Food WI - - - 195,618 - 195,618

G53499-Grant: 2018 IDHS Supplemental WIC - - - 2,442,343 - 2,442,343

G53500-Grant: 2017 IDPH Health Protection 2,061,638 - 772,228 - - 772,228

G53501-Grant: 2018 IDPH Health Protection - - - 2,127,935 - 2,127,935

G53502-Grant: 2017 IDPH Vision/Hearing Scrn 37,184 - 18,592 - - 18,592

G53503-Grant: 2018 IDPH Vision/Hearing Scrn - - - 37,184 - 37,184

G53506-Grant: 2017 Immunization Initiative 35,000 - 120,000 - - 120,000

G53512-Grant: 2017 Mental Health Collab - - 243,012 - - 243,012

G53525-Grant: 2017 Sub Abuse Prev & Trtmnt Fed - - 43,912 - - 43,912

G53526-Grant: 2017 Sub Abuse Prev & Trtmnt State - - 87,823 - - 87,823

G53527-Grant: 2017 Summer Food Inspection 20,000 - 10,000 - - 10,000

G53528-Grant: 2018 Summer Food Inspection - - - 20,000 - 20,000

G53529-Grant: 2018 TobaccoFree Comm - - - 1,456,029 - 1,456,029

G53530-Grant: 2017 TobaccoFree Communities - - 586,771 - - 586,771

G53558-Grant: 2017 Tanning Facilities Inspections - - 7,025 - - 7,025

G53559-Grant: 2017 Tattoo Facilities Inspections - - 9,750 - - 9,750

G53560-Grant: 2017 Lead Poisoning Case Management - - 21,031 - - 21,031

G53563-Grant: 2018 IDHS Block Grant Vivitrol - - - 298,813 - 298,813

G53564-Grant: 2018 IDHS Opioid STR - - - 2,520,879 - 2,520,879

Total 4020-Cook County Health And Hospital System $5,675,192 $3,823,041 $5,729,029 $11,481,939 - $17,210,968

Grand Total $257,947,797 $200,592,678 $137,574,753 $87,187,493 $1,116,233 $224,762,246

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G50000

G50000-Grant: 1980 Community Development Block
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G50000

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 35,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $35,000
Operating Funds Total $35,000
G50000
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G50010

G50010-Grant: 1992 HOME Investment Partnership
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The Department of Planning and Development seeks to improve the quality of life
for the residents of Cook County by implementing programs which ensure affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and economic
growth throughout Suburban Cook County.
G50010

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 117,903
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $117,903
Operating Funds Total $117,903
G50010
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G50105

G50105-Grant: 2012 Community Development Block
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G50105

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 834,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $834,000
Operating Funds Total $834,000
G50105
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G50115

G50115-Grant: 2012 HOME Investment Partnership
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The Department of Planning and Development seeks to improve the quality of life
for the residents of Cook County by implementing programs which ensure affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and economic
growth throughout Suburban Cook County.
G50115

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 80,215
Contractual Service Total $80,215
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 721,939
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $721,939
Operating Funds Total $802,154
G50115
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G50260

G50260-Grant: 2013 Community Development Block
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G50260

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 1,300,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $1,300,000
Operating Funds Total $1,300,000
G50260
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G50685

G50685-Grant: 2014 CDBG Disaster Relief
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: To assist towns and communities severely impacted by flooding from the Spring
2013 rain storms. 178 / 501660 Unemployment Compensation 3,450
G50685

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 1,031,577
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 154,000
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 14,958
501540-Workers' Compensation 10,500
501585-Insurance Benefits 67,405
Personal Services Total $1,278,440
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 1,000,000
Contractual Service Total $1,000,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 60,000,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $60,000,000
Operating Funds Total $62,278,440
G50685

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 50685-Grant: 2014 CDBG Disaster Relief
0028-Program Manager 24 0.6 54,001
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 0.3 15,930
0050-Administrative Assistant IV 18 0.5 40,581
0054-Dir of Comm Develop & Planning 24 0.5 68,640
0056-Project Director 22 0.3 33,825
0112-Dir of Financial Control III 23 0.3 24,392
0223-Grant Analyst 21 0.5 33,239
0294-Administrative Analyst IV 22 1.6 145,214
0854-Public Information Officer 20 - -
1719-Grant Coordinator 23 0.5 51,813
5531-Special Asst for Legal Affairs 24 1.3 136,783
5659-Bureau Chief 24 0.2 31,680
5663-Dep Dir of Com Dev & Planning 24 0.5 53,553
5664-Dep Dir of Economic Develop 24 0.5 54,810
5665-Dep Dir of Fin Dev & Str Proj 24 0.6 68,999
6408-Housing Project Manager 22 1.0 75,169
6409-Comm Dev Project Manager 22 1.0 74,531
6410-Compliance Prog Specialist 21 1.0 68,418
Total Program 50685-Grant: 2014 CDBG Disaster Relief 11.1 $1,031,577

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G50685

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 11.1 $1,031,577
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 11.1 $1,031,577

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G50715

G50715-Grant: 2014 Community Development Block
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G50715

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 900,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $900,000
Operating Funds Total $900,000
G50715
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G50785

G50785-Grant: 2014 Freight and Rail Study
U.S. Department of Transportation - Illinois Department of Transportation: This grant is used to assist in the identification and prioritization
of transportation improvements related to Freight and Rail and Logistics industries in Cook County. The study will be a tool that guides
programming and planning of transportation infrastructure improvements.
G50785

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 368,000
Contractual Service Total $368,000
Operating Funds Total $368,000
G50785
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G50925

G50925-Grant: 2014 Lincoln Highway 1
U.S. Department of Transportation - Illinois Department of Transportation: This FTA and State funded project will fund a study to identify
transportation and pre-development impediments to the redevelopment of rail-adjacent, industrial properties, well-suited for cargo
oriented development along Lincoln Highway - US 30, a truck route corridor in Chicago Heights, Ford Heights, and Sauk Village. The
study will prioritize infrastructure improvements essential to attracting private investor interest in manufacturing sites served by Class I
railroads and an IDOT truck route.
G50925

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 148,800
Contractual Service Total $148,800
Operating Funds Total $148,800
G50925
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G51175

G51175-Grant: 2015 Community Development Block
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G51175

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 2,500,000
580339-Contingencies For Investigations 220,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $2,720,000
Operating Funds Total $2,720,000
G51175
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G51245

G51245-Grant: 2015 Happ Road over Skokie River
This Federal Bridge Grant provides funding for 80% of the construction costs to remove the existing bridge and replace it with a new
three-span reinforced concrete slab bridge. The new structure will accommodate one lane of traffic in each direction and a 10 foot wide
multi-use path on the east side, improving north-south connectivity for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.
G51245

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
560005-Real Estate Operations 100,487
Capital Equipment Total $100,487
Operating Funds Total $100,487
G51245
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G51255

G51255-Grant: 2015 HERO
U.S. Department of Justice: Funds will be used to: 1) enhance digital forensic examination capacity of the Cook County Internet Crimes
Against Children (ICAC) Task Force; 2) improve the Task Force's effectiveness to prevent, interdict, investigate, and prosecute Internet
crimes against children and technology-facilitated child exploitation, and 3) reduce the forensic examination backlog, and/or increase the
number of forensic exams completed by the Task Force.
G51255

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 150,000
Personal Services Total $150,000
Operating Funds Total $150,000
G51255
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G51285

G51285-Grant: 2015 HOME Investment Partnership
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The Department of Planning and Development seeks to improve the quality of life
for the residents of Cook County by implementing programs which ensure affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and economic
growth throughout Suburban Cook County.
G51285

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 1,200,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $1,200,000
Operating Funds Total $1,200,000
G51285
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G51295

G51295-Grant: 2015 Human Trafficking Task Force
U.S. Department of Justice: Funds will be used to investigate and prosecute proactive and reactive human trafficking cases.
G51295

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 207,292
501165-Planned Salary Adjustment 231,313
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 65,723
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 3,006
501540-Workers' Compensation 7,531
501585-Insurance Benefits 81,230
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 3,195
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 7,311
Personal Services Total $606,601
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 151,233
Contractual Service Total $151,233
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 320
Supplies & Materials Total $320
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 42,738
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $42,738
Operating Funds Total $800,892
G51295

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 51295-Grant: 2015 Human Trafficking Task Force
1151-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 78,234
1165-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 129,058
Total Program 51295-Grant: 2015 Human Trafficking Task Force 2.0 $207,292
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 2.0 $207,292
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 2.0 $207,292

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G51310

G51310-Grant: 2015 Hunt Award 3
Hunt Alternative Fund: Cook County Sheriff's Office National Day of Johns Arrests - Administer training and technical assistance. Provide
postage and delivery of related public awareness items (DVDs, cups and wrist bands).
G51310

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 2,700
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 3,500
Personal Services Total $6,200
Contractual Service
520485-Graphics And Reproduction Svcs 2,000
520825-Professional Services 2,300
Contractual Service Total $4,300
Operating Funds Total $10,500
G51310
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G51335

G51335-Grant: 2015 Justice Assistance
U.S. Department of Justice - City of Chicago : The primary objective of the federally funded Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) is to provide
funding to communities, organizations and agencies, to augment their efforts in the area of safety and crime reduction in their respective
communities and to the residents of Cook County, especially as it relates to youth. The law enforcement arm of each funded community
has the goal of protecting law enforcement officers and providing young people with the opportunity to develop a positive understanding
of the role of police professionals in their lives.
G51335

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 13,797
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $13,797
Operating Funds Total $13,797
G51335
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G51470

G51470-Grant: 2015 Treatment Court Enhancement
U.S. Department of Justice: Funds will be used to establish a more uniform screening process for non-violent offenders to allow for a
faster placement in the appropriate diversion treatment courts with a decreased period of time spent in custody awaiting the placement.
G51470

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 260,773
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 1,227
Personal Services Total $262,000
Operating Funds Total $262,000
G51470

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 51470-Grant: 2015 Treatment Court Enhancement
0556-Law Clerk I 14 0.6 17,874
1161-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 66,738
Total Program 51470-Grant: 2015 Treatment Court Enhancement 1.6 $84,612
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 1.6 $84,612
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 1.6 $84,612

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G51475

G51475-Grant: 2015 Urban Area Security Initiati
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Illinois Emergency Management Agency: Through the attainment of County-wide consensus this
Urban Area Security Initiative Grant, funded by the United States Department of Homeland Security, is focused on the mission of
reducing the Urban Area's vulnerabilities and the minimization of damage through mitigation and the development and support of an
efficient / effective system of recovery from terrorist attacks and incidents of natural disasters.
G51475

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 20,793
520485-Graphics And Reproduction Svcs 3,054
520825-Professional Services 4,409,325
Contractual Service Total $4,433,172
Supplies & Materials
530005-Food Supplies 5,386
Supplies & Materials Total $5,386
Oparations & Maintenance
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 583,703
Oparations & Maintenance Total $583,703
560150-Institutional Equipment 387,093
560220-Computer Equipment 200,240
Capital Equipment Total $587,333
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 1,713,128
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $1,713,128
Operating Funds Total $7,322,722
G51475
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G51510

G51510-Grant: 2015 VOICES
U.S. Department of Justice: Funds will be used to strengthen the response to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating
violence, and stalking who are enrolled in colleges located in Cook County, including the city of Chicago.
G51510

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 148,487
501165-Planned Salary Adjustment 65,313
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 57,635
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 2,153
501540-Workers' Compensation 6,604
501585-Insurance Benefits 100,652
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 13,453
Personal Services Total $394,297
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 111,263
Contractual Service Total $111,263
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 4,440
Supplies & Materials Total $4,440
Operating Funds Total $510,000
G51510

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 51510-Grant: 2015 VOICES
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 1.0 44,385
1172-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 104,102
Total Program 51510-Grant: 2015 VOICES 2.0 $148,487
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 2.0 $148,487
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 2.0 $148,487

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G51540

G51540-Grant: 2016 Community Court
U.S. Department of Justice - Center for Court Innovation: The Circuit Court of Cook County will use this grant award from the Center for
Court Innovation to develop and implement the court's first ever Restorative Justice Community Court pilot (RJCC) program for young
adults. The RJCC will be initially piloted in Chicago's North Lawndale community and will target young adults, ages 18-26, accused of
committing low-level, nonviolent felony and misdemeanor offenses. The court will follow Restorative Justice concepts which invest in the
future of nonviolent offenders, their victims, and the community. The RJCC will partner with various community social service
organizations to address the social and educational needs of the offenders, repair the harm done to victims and the community, and help
to reintegrate the offender back into the community, and reduce further involvement in the criminal justice system. The two year grant for
$200,000, extends from 7/1/16-6/30/18.
G51540

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 61,841
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 897
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 2,676
Personal Services Total $65,414
Operating Funds Total $65,414
G51540

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 51540-Grant: 2016 Community Court
0511-Court Coordinator IV 20 1.0 61,841
Total Program 51540-Grant: 2016 Community Court 1.0 $61,841
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 1.0 $61,841
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 1.0 $61,841

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G51555

G51555-Grant: 2016 Hunt Award 1
Hunt Alternative Fund: Cook County Sheriff's Office National Day of Johns Arrests - Administer training and technical assistance. Provide
postage and delivery of related public awareness items.
G51555

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520485-Graphics And Reproduction Svcs 1,000
Contractual Service Total $1,000
Supplies & Materials
530170-Institutional Supplies 1,550
Supplies & Materials Total $1,550
Operating Funds Total $2,550
G51555
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G52635

G52635-Grant: 2016 High-Intensity Drug Traffick
Office of National Drug Control Policy: The mission of the Chicago HIDTA is to enhance and coordinate America's drug control efforts
among federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in order to eliminate or reduce drug trafficking and its harmful consequences in
critical regions of the United States. The mission includes coordinated efforts to reduce the production, manufacturing, distribution,
transportation and chronic use of illegal drugs, as well as the attendant money laundering of drug proceeds.
G52635

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 553,978
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 51,600
501540-Workers' Compensation 9,885
501585-Insurance Benefits 131,707
Personal Services Total $747,170
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 697,740
Contractual Service Total $697,740
Rental & Leasing
550059-Automotive Equipment Rental 55,090
Rental & Leasing Total $55,090
Operating Funds Total $1,500,000
G52635
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53240

G53240-Grant: 2016 HOME Roll Up
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The Department of Planning and Development seeks to improve the quality of life
for the residents of Cook County by implementing programs which ensure affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and economic
growth throughout Suburban Cook County.
G53240

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 100,000
Personal Services Total $100,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 2,800,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $2,800,000
Operating Funds Total $2,900,000
G53240
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53260

G53260-Grant: 2016 Riverside Lawn
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District - The Cook County Land Bank Authority, with funding from Metropolitan Water Reclamation
District and CDBG-DR funds, will conduct a voluntary buyout of homes in the flood-plain region of the Riverside Lawn area. Riverside
Lawn is an unincorporated residential subdivision within Riverside Township of suburban Cook County, Illinois. The subdivision, which
contains approximately 40 homes, is located along the western and southern banks of the Des Plaines River and between the village of
Riverside to the north and the village of Lyons to the south.
G53260

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 2,664,740
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $2,664,740
Operating Funds Total $2,664,740
G53260
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53421

G53421-Grant 2016 Safe Community
U.S. Department of Justice - Funds will address youth violence and safety in the targeted communities of Ford Heights, Harvey, and
Robbins. Strategic planning process are to link 300 youth ages in 10 to 24 to prevention, intervention, and workforce development
services and supports.
G53421

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 40,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $40,000
Operating Funds Total $40,000
G53421
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53427

G53427-Grant 2016 HWY 134th Street STP
This Federal STP and IDOT EDP funded project will provide funding for the reconstruction of a segment of 134th Street, a local road in
the Village of Riverdale. This segment provides access to the plant of ArcelorMittal, a manufacturer of steel products. ArcelorMittal has
committed to retaining 296 workers at this location as a result of this project.
G53427

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
560005-Real Estate Operations 113,000
Capital Equipment Total $113,000
Operating Funds Total $113,000
G53427
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53439

G53439-Grant 2017: DOT 156th St Halsted to Comm
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Illinois Department of Transportation: :This Federal CDBG and State IDOT EDP
funded project will provide funding for the reconstruction of a segment of 156th Street, a local road in the City of Harvey. Operations of LB
Steel, one of the largest processors of strip mill plate for construction and mining equipment and power generation industries, have been
significantly impacted by the poor condition of this roadway. LB Steel has committed to continued employment of 225 union workers at
this facility and to the creation of an additional 65 new jobs as a result of this capital improvement.
G53439

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
560005-Real Estate Operations 30,692
Capital Equipment Total $30,692
Operating Funds Total $30,692
G53439
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53440

G53440-Grant 2017: DV MDT Response
U.S. Department of Justice - Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority: Funds will be used to develop and implement a multi-
disciplinary team community approach to responding to and combatting domestic violence in the City of Chicago and Cook County.
G53440

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 35,000
Personal Services Total $35,000
Operating Funds Total $35,000
G53440
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53441

G53441-Grant 2017: Sexual Assault MDT Response
U.S. Department of Justice - Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority: Funds will be used to develop and implement a multi-
disciplinary team community approach to responding to and combatting sexual assault in the City of Chicago and Cook County.
G53441

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 41,230
Personal Services Total $41,230
Operating Funds Total $41,230
G53441
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53443

G53443-Grant 2016: Emergecy Solutions Grant (ES
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The Department of Planning and Development seeks to improve the quality of life
for the residents of Cook County by implementing programs which ensure affordable housing, infrastructure improvements and economic
growth throughout Suburban Cook County.
G53443

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 350,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $350,000
Operating Funds Total $350,000
G53443
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53445

G53445-Grant 2016: Community Development Block
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G53445

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 250,000
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 15,000
501540-Workers' Compensation 3,500
501585-Insurance Benefits 61,200
Personal Services Total $329,700
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 149,301
Contractual Service Total $149,301
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 7,100,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $7,100,000
Operating Funds Total $7,579,001
G53445
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53448

G53448-Grant: 2016 Justice Assistance Grant
U.S. Department of Justice - City of Chicago : The primary objective of the federally funded Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) is to provide
funding to communities, organizations and agencies, to augment their efforts in the area of safety and crime reduction in their respective
communities and to the residents of Cook County, especially as it relates to youth. The law enforcement arm of each funded community
has the goal of protecting law enforcement officers and providing young people with the opportunity to develop a positive understanding
of the role of police professionals in their lives.
G53448

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 79,780
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 14,969
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 1,157
501540-Workers' Compensation 1,024
501585-Insurance Benefits 16,941
Personal Services Total $113,870
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580031-Reimbursement Designated Fund 397,498
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $397,498
Operating Funds Total $511,368
G53448

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53448-Grant 2016: Justice Assistance Grant
0223-Grant Analyst 21 1.0 68,256
1719-Grant Coordinator 23 0.2 11,524
Total Program 53448-Grant 2016: Justice Assistance Grant 1.2 $79,780
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 1.2 $79,780
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 1.2 $79,780

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G53450

G53450-Grant 2017 IDHA Abandoned Property Grant
Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA): This program uses grant funds provided by IHDA to the Department of Planning and
Development in order to to expand its demolition program and remove abandoned residential structures across suburban Cook County.
G53450

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 250,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $250,000
Operating Funds Total $250,000
G53450
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53451

G53451-Grant 2017: Access and Visitation
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: This program provides
mediation services to non-custodial parents who were never married to the custodial parent. Mediation includes the development of
visitation plans, drafting court orders and preparing documentation required by the Marriage and Marriage Dissolution Act. The program
provides a system for supervised visitation and is administered by the Office of Marriage and Family Counseling of the court's Domestic
Relations Division.
G53451

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 55,245
Contractual Service Total $55,245
Operating Funds Total $55,245
G53451
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

C O O K C O U N T Y F I S C A L Y E A R 2 0 1 8 • 1 5 8
E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53452

G53452-Grant 2017: High-Intensity Drug Traffic
Office of National Drug Control Policy: The mission of the Chicago HIDTA is to enhance and coordinate America's drug control efforts
among federal, state and local law enforcement agencies in order to eliminate or reduce drug trafficking and its harmful consequences in
critical regions of the United States. The mission includes coordinated efforts to reduce the production, manufacturing, distribution,
transportation and chronic use of illegal drugs, as well as the attendant money laundering of drug proceeds.
G53452

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 1,532,190
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 185,641
501540-Workers' Compensation 21,284
501585-Insurance Benefits 282,008
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 96,943
Personal Services Total $2,118,066
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 109,187
520259-Postage 7,800
520725-Loss And Valuation 7,500
520825-Professional Services 879,638
Contractual Service Total $1,004,125
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 44,312
Supplies & Materials Total $44,312
Rental & Leasing
550005-Office And Data Proc Equip Rental 12,000
550059-Automotive Equipment Rental 1,094,193
Rental & Leasing Total $1,106,193
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580339-Contingencies For Investigations 207,050
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $207,050
Operating Funds Total $4,479,746
G53452
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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GRANTS E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1

G53453

G53453-Grant 2016 Urban Area Security Initiativ
U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Illinois Emergency Management Agency: Through the attainment of County-wide consensus this
Urban Area Security Initiative Grant, funded by the United States Department of Homeland Security, is focused on the mission of
reducing the Urban Area's vulnerabilities and the minimization of damage through mitigation and the development and support of an
efficient / effective system of recovery from terrorist attacks and incidents of natural disasters.
G53453

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 2,771,615
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 651,585
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 39,491
501540-Workers' Compensation 44,568
501585-Insurance Benefits 670,922
Personal Services Total $4,178,181
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 5,079,193
Contractual Service Total $5,079,193
Oparations & Maintenance
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 1,800,000
Oparations & Maintenance Total $1,800,000
Rental & Leasing
550099-Institutional Equipment Rental 2,710,066
Rental & Leasing Total $2,710,066
560150-Institutional Equipment 1,048,555
560220-Computer Equipment 700,000
Capital Equipment Total $1,748,555
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 2,500,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $2,500,000
Operating Funds Total $18,015,995
G53453

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53453-Grant 2016 Urban Area Security Initiative
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 0.7 37,392
0050-Administrative Assistant IV 18 0.3 17,121
0223-Grant Analyst 21 1.6 114,857
1719-Grant Coordinator 23 0.4 28,426
4707-Fixed Assets Accountant 19 0.7 36,125
4811-Deputy Director of Operations 24 0.3 36,736
5789-Chief of Planning-DHSEM 24 0.7 80,881
5790-Chief of Logistics-DHSEM 24 0.7 59,377
5792-Critical Infrastructure Mgr 24 0.7 50,482

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53453

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
5795-Procurement Officer-DHSEM 22 0.7 51,617
5818-Executive Assistant I 20 0.7 39,881
5819-Executive Assistant II 22 0.9 62,672
5882-Regional Coordinator-DHSEM 23 2.6 218,690
5887-Emergency Logistics Officer 21 6.4 442,634
5888-Resid&Comm Resp Prog Proj Mgr 24 0.7 43,211
5900-Regional Planner-DHSEM 20 0.7 42,311
5902-Technical Security Mgr DHSEM 24 0.7 51,477
5903-Training & Exercise Coord 24 2.6 205,417
5920-Chief Information Security Off 24 0.3 37,974
6058-Field Technician II 21 0.5 48,236
6119-Information Secur Specialist 21 2.0 188,489
6355-Mgr of Info Security Spec 23 0.7 78,000
6368-Sr Info Security Specialist 22 1.7 173,251
6449-Mgr of Info Sec Risk & Compl 24 0.7 77,388
6470-Cyber Sec Threat Intel Analyst 23 0.7 68,250
6500-Info Security Program Mgr 24 0.7 77,388
6674-Info Security Student Intern 14 0.7 25,276
6675-Information Security Analyst 20 0.7 40,480
6783-Critical Systems Manager 23 0.7 58,500
6867-Operations Information Spec 21 1.3 99,875
6868-Operations Info Support Off 22 0.7 59,204
6869-Operations Info Support Mgr. 23 0.7 63,290
6923-Sr. Ops Info Support Spec 22 0.7 56,706
Total Program 53453-Grant 2016 Urban Area Security Initiative 33.7 $2,771,615
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 33.7 $2,771,615
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 33.7 $2,771,615

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G53454

G53454-Grant: 131st St Pulaski to Kedzie EDP

G53454

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
560005-Real Estate Operations 150,000
Capital Equipment Total $150,000
Operating Funds Total $150,000
G53454
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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E X E C U T I V E B U D G E T R E C O M M E N D AT I O N V O LU M E 1 GRANTS
G53456

G53456-Grant: 2018 Access and Visitation
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: This program provides
mediation services to non-custodial parents who were never married to the custodial parent. Mediation includes the development of
visitation plans, drafting court orders and preparing documentation required by the Marriage and Marriage Dissolution Act. The program
provides a system for supervised visitation and is administered by the Office of Marriage and Family Counseling of the court's Domestic
Relations Division.
G53456

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 82,933
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 9,800
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 1,203
Personal Services Total $93,935
Operating Funds Total $93,935
G53456

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53456-Access and Visitation 2018
1542-Conciliation Counselor 19 1.0 82,933
Total Program 53456-Access and Visitation 2018 1.0 $82,933
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 1.0 $82,933
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 1.0 $82,933

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G53457

G53457-Grant: 2018 Adult Redeploy
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority: This grant continues funding from the State of Illinois Adult Redeploy Illinois Program,
through the Criminal Justice Information Authority, for the Circuit Court of Cook County's Access to Community Treatment Court (ACT)
and the Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) HOPE Program. The ACT Court is a drug court probation program that helps certain nonviolent,
felony criminal offenders suffering from substance abuse problems from becoming repeat offenders and being incarcerated. The program
links participants with behavioral health, vocational, and educational treatment services from community-based sources. The Circuit
Court's ARI HOPE Court is a probation program that helps offenders complete their probation sentence and move toward productive
lives. Offenders who qualify are diverted from the Illinois Department of Corrections into the program which combines intensive probation
supervision with cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-based treatment, and substance abuse treatment. Funds are used for court staff,
treatment services, program evaluation, training and supplies.
G53457

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 589,375
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 135,735
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 8,546
501540-Workers' Compensation 9,235
501585-Insurance Benefits 135,777
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 5,469
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 10,479
Personal Services Total $894,616
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 334,557
521200-Lab Testing And Analysis 18,100
Contractual Service Total $352,657
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 8,959
Supplies & Materials Total $8,959
Operating Funds Total $1,256,232
G53457

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53457-Adult Redeploy 2018
0510-Court Coodinator III 18 1.0 50,280
0513-Court Coordinator V 21 1.0 67,649
1151-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 59,276
1155-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 81,567
1561-Adult Probation Officer PS1 4.0 205,862
1567-Adult Probation Officer- PSB PSB 1.0 56,620
5710-Attorney Adult Redeploy IL 24 1.0 68,122
Total Program 53457-Adult Redeploy 2018 10.0 $589,375
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 10.0 $589,375
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 10.0 $589,375

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G53458

G53458-Grant: 2017 Adult Redeploy CJ
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority: This grant continues funding from the State of Illinois Adult Redeploy Illinois Program,
through the Criminal Justice Information Authority, for the Circuit Court of Cook County's Access to Community Treatment Court (ACT)
and the Adult Redeploy Illinois (ARI) HOPE Program. The ACT Court is a drug court probation program that helps certain nonviolent,
felony criminal offenders suffering from substance abuse problems from becoming repeat offenders and being incarcerated. The program
links participants with behavioral health, vocational, and educational treatment services from community-based sources. The Circuit
Court's ARI HOPE Court is a probation program that helps offenders complete their probation sentence and move toward productive
lives. Offenders who qualify are diverted from the Illinois Department of Corrections into the program which combines intensive probation
supervision with cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-based treatment, and substance abuse treatment. Funds are used for court staff,
treatment services, program evaluation, training and supplies.
G53458

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 3,190
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 6,113
Personal Services Total $9,303
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 725,234
521200-Lab Testing And Analysis 10,558
Contractual Service Total $735,792
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 5,226
Supplies & Materials Total $5,226
Operating Funds Total $750,321
G53458
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53459

G53459-Grant: 2017 Air Pollution
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Illinois Environmental Protection Agency: Through the Clean Air Act Air Pollution Control
Program grant, the Cook County Department of Environmental Control (CCDEC) provides air monitoring and enforcement activities for
the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Under the grant, CCDEC 1) operates and
maintains a large portion of the air monitoring network in Cook County, 2) conducts inspections and enforcement activities at commercial
and industrial facilities to ensure compliance with National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutant (NESHAP) area source
regulations, and 3) responds to citizen complaints regarding potential air-related violations.
G53459

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 341,371
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 184,654
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 4,950
501540-Workers' Compensation 12,163
501585-Insurance Benefits 169,613
Personal Services Total $712,751
Operating Funds Total $712,751
G53459

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53459-Air Pollution 2017
1439-Environ Control Monitor Tech I 15 1.0 59,555
2221-Chemist II 18 2.0 137,684
2337-Electronical Equipment Tech II 17 1.0 71,187
4873-Monitoring Technician I EC 17 1.0 72,946
Total Program 53459-Air Pollution 2017 5.0 $341,371
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 5.0 $341,371
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 5.0 $341,371

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G53460

G53460-Grant: 2017 Air Pollution Particulate
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: The mission of the Cook County Department of Environmental Control is to support and improve
the quality of the environment through the development and enforcement of regulations that protect the health, welfare, property, comfort,
and the quality of life of the citizens of Cook County.
G53460

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 128,832
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 33,427
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 1,868
501540-Workers' Compensation 3,830
501585-Insurance Benefits 71,750
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 6,228
Personal Services Total $245,935
Contractual Service
520279-Shipping And Freight Services 1,500
Contractual Service Total $1,500
Supplies & Materials
530785-Medical, Dental And Lab Supplies 34,759
Supplies & Materials Total $34,759
Oparations & Maintenance
540005-Utilities 6,843
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 52,000
540245-Automotive Operation And Maint 500
Oparations & Maintenance Total $59,343
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 10,098
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $10,098
Operating Funds Total $351,635
G53460

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53460-Air Pollution Particulate 2017
0050-Administrative Assistant IV 18 1.0 77,249
1439-Environ Control Monitor Tech I 15 1.0 51,583
Total Program 53460-Air Pollution Particulate 2017 2.0 $128,832
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 2.0 $128,832
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 2.0 $128,832

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G53461

G53461-Grant: 2017 Assisted Outpatient Treatment
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Program will take referrals from Cermak Health Services of Cook County, John J.
Madden Health Center and Chicago-Read Mental Health Center. CCHHS and its Behavioral Health Consortium, State and court partners
hope to create and sustain additional services for individuals with serious mental illnesses and substance use disorders who face the
greatest challenges accessing and remaining engaged in care.
G53461

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 259,246
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 27,690
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 3,759
501540-Workers' Compensation 3,173
501585-Insurance Benefits 39,753
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 6,000
Personal Services Total $339,622
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 7,200
520825-Professional Services 512,025
Contractual Service Total $519,225
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 8,900
Supplies & Materials Total $8,900
Rental & Leasing
550129-Facility And Office Space Rental 36,000
Rental & Leasing Total $36,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 50,909
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $50,909
Operating Funds Total $954,656
G53461

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53461-Assisted Outpatient Treatment 2017
6785-Assited Outpt Treatmt Proj Mgr 23 1.0 102,996
6786-Assited Outpt Treatmt Case Mgr 23 2.0 156,251
Total Program 53461-Assisted Outpatient Treatment 2017 3.0 $259,246
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 3.0 $259,246
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 3.0 $259,246

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G53462

G53462-Grant: 2018 Bioterrorism Prep/Planning
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: As a state certified health department in the State
of Illinois, the Cook County Department of Public Health is mandated to provide Bioterrorism Preparation and Response activities to
include Hazard Vulnerability Risk Assessment, self-assessment of emergency capabilities, and formulation of Annual work plan to
respond to bioterrorism.
G53462

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 720,376
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 127,645
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 9,355
501540-Workers' Compensation 8,731
501585-Insurance Benefits 135,584
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 20,000
Personal Services Total $1,021,691
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 14,100
520825-Professional Services 79,100
Contractual Service Total $93,200
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 17,000
Supplies & Materials Total $17,000
560350-Capital Equipment 36,353
Capital Equipment Total $36,353
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 114,336
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $114,336
Operating Funds Total $1,282,580
G53462

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53462-Bioterrorism Prep/Planning 2018
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 1.0 44,385
0224-Telecommunications Analyst II 19 1.0 81,150
1055-Project Director V 24 1.0 86,145
2117-Epidemiologist III 18 1.0 59,894
4021-Public Health Emerg Resp Coord 20 3.0 251,296
4381-Asst Prog Coord-Emerg Prep/PH 21 3.0 197,506
Total Program 53462-Bioterrorism Prep/Planning 2018 10.0 $720,376
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 10.0 $720,376
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 10.0 $720,376

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G53463

G53463-Grant: 2017 Bioterrorism Prep/Planning
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: As a state certified health department in the State
of Illinois, the Cook County Department of Public Health is mandated to provide Bioterrorism Preparation and Response activities to
include Hazard Vulnerability Risk Assessment, self-assessment of emergency capabilities, and formulation of Annual work plan to
respond to bioterrorism.
G53463

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 410,000
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 54,733
501540-Workers' Compensation 3,980
501585-Insurance Benefits 119,638
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 1,000
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 10,000
Personal Services Total $599,351
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 5,000
520485-Graphics And Reproduction Svcs 2,601
520825-Professional Services 124,100
Contractual Service Total $131,701
560350-Capital Equipment 149,000
Capital Equipment Total $149,000
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 40,514
580215-Institution Memberships/Fees 50
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $40,564
Operating Funds Total $920,616
G53463
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53464

G53464-Grant: 2017 Breast and Cervical
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: Under this grant agreement, the Cook County
Department of Public Health will provide free comprehensive breast and cervical cancer services for all eligible women. This program
serves uninsured and/or under insured women 40-64 years of age. It provides high-quality screening and diagnostic services to detect
breast and cervical cancer at its earliest stages.
G53464

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 70,594
Contractual Service Total $70,594
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 12,866
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $12,866
Operating Funds Total $83,460
G53464
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53465

G53465-Grant: 2018 Breast and Cervical
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: Under this grant agreement, the Cook County
Department of Public Health will provide free comprehensive breast and cervical cancer services for all eligible women. This program
serves uninsured and/or under insured women 40-64 years of age. It provides high-quality screening and diagnostic services to detect
breast and cervical cancer at its earliest stages.
G53465

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 11,761
Personal Services Total $11,761
Contractual Service
520825-Professional Services 141,188
Contractual Service Total $141,188
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 25,951
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $25,951
Operating Funds Total $178,900
G53465
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53466

G53466-Grant: 2017 Breast and Cervical State
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: Under this grant agreement, the Cook County
Department of Public Health will provide free comprehensive breast and cervical cancer services for all eligible women. This program
serves uninsured and/or under insured women 40-64 years of age. It provides high-quality screening and diagnostic services to detect
breast and cervical cancer at its earliest stages.
G53466

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 30,000
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 3,125
501540-Workers' Compensation 358
501585-Insurance Benefits 7,674
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 68
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 500
Personal Services Total $41,725
Operating Funds Total $41,725
G53466
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53467

G53467-Grant: 2018 Breast and Cervical State
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: Under this grant agreement, the Cook County
Department of Public Health will provide free comprehensive breast and cervical cancer services for all eligible women. This program
serves uninsured and/or under insured women 40-64 years of age. It provides high-quality screening and diagnostic services to detect
breast and cervical cancer at its earliest stages.
G53467

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 49,502
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 10,987
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 718
501540-Workers' Compensation 752
501585-Insurance Benefits 16,912
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 135
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 10,000
Personal Services Total $89,006
Operating Funds Total $89,006
G53467

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53467-Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening State 2018
6711-Clerk IV AFSCME 11 1.0 49,502
Total Program 53467-Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening State 2018 1.0 $49,502
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 1.0 $49,502
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 1.0 $49,502

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G53468

G53468-Grant: 2017 CCH Supplemental Food WI
U.S. Department of Agriculture - Illinois Department of Human Services: To provide low-income pregnant; breastfeeding and postpartum
women, infants, and children 0 to age 5, determined to be a nutritional risk, at no cost, supplemental nutritious foods, nutritional
education, and referrals to health and social services.
G53468

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 53,380
501165-Planned Salary Adjustment 550
501210-Planned Overtime Compensation 1,000
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 8,602
501540-Workers' Compensation 986
501585-Insurance Benefits 15,618
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 50
Personal Services Total $80,186
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 2,609
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $2,609
Operating Funds Total $82,795
G53468
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53469

G53469-Grant: 2017 CDBG
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant is the
development of viable urban communities including decent housing, a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities,
principally for persons of low and moderate income.
G53469

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 929,550
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 13,478
Personal Services Total $943,028
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580165-Grant Disbursements 9,216,399
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $9,216,399
Operating Funds Total $10,159,427
G53469

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53469-CDBG 2017
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 1.0 70,227
0050-Administrative Assistant IV 18 0.5 40,581
0054-Dir of Comm Develop & Planning 24 0.2 20,592
0056-Project Director 22 0.8 78,059
0112-Dir of Financial Control III 23 0.3 24,392
0144-Accountant IV 17 1.0 50,787
0145-Accountant V 19 2.0 120,340
0175-Planner V 21 2.0 150,941
0176-Planner III 18 2.0 162,323
0177-Planner II 16 1.0 44,385
0294-Administrative Analyst IV 22 1.0 80,756
0854-Public Information Officer 20 - -
5531-Special Asst for Legal Affairs 24 0.3 32,612
5663-Dep Dir of Com Dev & Planning 24 0.5 53,553
Total Program 53469-CDBG 2017 12.5 $929,550
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 12.5 $929,550
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 12.5 $929,550

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G53470

G53470-Grant: 2018 Child Support Enforce
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: The Grant is for the Clerk's
Office participation in all administrative and judicial proceedings involving the establishment of parentage and the establishment,
modification, enforcement and collections of all Title IV-D Child Support obligations on behalf of the participants in the Child Support
Enforcement Program. The Clerk's office in general serves the citizens of Cook County and the participants in the judicial system in an
efficient, effective and ethical manner. All services, information and court records will be provided with courtesy and cost efficiency. The
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County is the keeper of records for all judicial matters brought in the Circuit Court. The Clerk is
responsible for attending all sessions of the courts, preserving all files and papers associated with such judicial proceedings, maintaining
a complete record of all determinations made in the Circuit Court, and performing all other administrative duties required by law or by the
rules and orders of the court.
G53470

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 1,105,752
501165-Planned Salary Adjustment 13,077
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 254,277
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 16,033
501540-Workers' Compensation 17,392
501585-Insurance Benefits 275,174
Personal Services Total $1,681,706
Contractual Service
520259-Postage 86,591
Contractual Service Total $86,591
Oparations & Maintenance
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 4,567
Oparations & Maintenance Total $4,567
Rental & Leasing
550005-Office And Data Proc Equip Rental 9,030
Rental & Leasing Total $9,030
Operating Funds Total $1,781,894

G53470

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53470-Child Support Enforcement CCC 2018
0046-Admin Assistant I 12 2.8 136,265
0639-Investigator II 16 1.0 68,842

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G53470

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
4220-Clerk IV, Senior Courts 10 0.8 36,011
5488-Assistant Chief Deputy Clk III 22 1.0 74,932
5497-Chief Deputy Clerk IV 23 2.0 226,858
5534-Assistant Manager III-CCC 14 1.0 51,039
5681-Timekeeper Admin Asst II CCC 15 1.0 65,817
5744-Manager III-CCC 16 2.0 139,069
5746-Manager V-CCC 18 1.0 81,162
5747-Manager VI-CCC 19 2.0 170,756
5799-Administrative Support III 15 1.0 55,001
Total Program 53470-Child Support Enforcement CCC 2018 15.6 $1,105,752
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 15.6 $1,105,752
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 15.6 $1,105,752

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G53471

G53471-Grant: 2017 Child Support Enforce
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: The Grant is for the Clerk's
Office participation in all administrative and judicial proceedings involving the establishment of parentage and the establishment,
modification, enforcement and collections of all Title IV-D Child Support obligations on behalf of the participants in the Child Support
Enforcement Program. The Clerk's office in general serves the citizens of Cook County and the participants in the judicial system in an
efficient, effective and ethical manner. All services, information and court records will be provided with courtesy and cost efficiency. The
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County is the keeper of records for all judicial matters brought in the Circuit Court. The Clerk is
responsible for attending all sessions of the courts, preserving all files and papers associated with such judicial proceedings, maintaining
a complete record of all determinations made in the Circuit Court, and performing all other administrative duties required by law or by the
rules and orders of the court.
G53471

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 700,000
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 154,000
501540-Workers' Compensation 10,500
501585-Insurance Benefits 138,453
Personal Services Total $1,002,953
Operating Funds Total $1,002,953
G53471
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53472

G53472-Grant: 2017 Child Support Enforcement SAO
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: The State's Attorney is the legal
representative in Cook County for participants in the Child Support Enforcement Program.
G53472

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 4,466,684
501165-Planned Salary Adjustment 11,463
501210-Planned Overtime Compensation 58
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 474,823
501540-Workers' Compensation 54,411
501585-Insurance Benefits 799,291
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 875
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 1,750
Personal Services Total $5,809,355
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 11,666
520259-Postage 5,833
520485-Graphics And Reproduction Svcs 875
520609-Advertising And Promotions 2,333
520825-Professional Services 7,583
521005-Professional Legal Expenses 6,999
Contractual Service Total $35,289
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 5,950
530635-Books, Periodicals And Publish 5,833
530700-Multimedia Supplies 3,544
Supplies & Materials Total $15,327
Oparations & Maintenance
540005-Utilities 19,249
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 58
540245-Automotive Operation And Maint 4,083
540345-Property Maint And Operations 2,917
Oparations & Maintenance Total $26,307
Rental & Leasing
550005-Office And Data Proc Equip Rental 11,666
550129-Facility And Office Space Rental 613,168
Rental & Leasing Total $624,834
Operating Funds Total $6,511,112

G53472
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries

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G53473

G53473-Grant: 2018 Child Support Enforcement SAO
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: The State's Attorney is the legal
representative in Cook County for participants in the Child Support Enforcement Program.
G53473

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 6,229,004
501165-Planned Salary Adjustment 19,652
501210-Planned Overtime Compensation 100
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 814,029
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 60,473
501540-Workers' Compensation 93,281
501585-Insurance Benefits 1,370,281
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 1,500
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 3,000
Personal Services Total $8,591,320
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 20,000
520259-Postage 10,000
520485-Graphics And Reproduction Svcs 1,500
520609-Advertising And Promotions 4,000
520825-Professional Services 13,000
521005-Professional Legal Expenses 12,000
Contractual Service Total $60,500
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 10,000
530635-Books, Periodicals And Publish 10,000
530700-Multimedia Supplies 6,076
Supplies & Materials Total $26,076
Oparations & Maintenance
540005-Utilities 33,000
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 100
540165-Countywide - Maint, Repair Off 58
540245-Automotive Operation And Maint 7,000
540345-Property Maint And Operations 5,000
Oparations & Maintenance Total $45,158
Rental & Leasing
550005-Office And Data Proc Equip Rental 20,000
550129-Facility And Office Space Rental 1,051,206
Rental & Leasing Total $1,071,206
Operating Funds Total $9,794,261

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G53473

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53473-Child Support Enforcement SAO 2018
0046-Admin Assistant I 12 2.0 78,412
0047-Admin Assistant II 14 24.0 1,082,066
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 10.0 521,019
0050-Administrative Assistant IV 18 7.0 419,255
0051-Administrative Assistant V 20 1.0 72,139
0056-Project Director 22 1.0 87,000
0110-Dir of Financial Control I 20 1.0 72,139
0252-Business Manager II 20 1.0 72,139
0254-Business Manager IV 23 1.0 91,248
0500-Assistant State's Attorney AT 9.0 533,483
0537-Chief Deputy Clerk Admin 23 1.0 76,827
0907-Clerk V 11 6.0 219,660
1111-Systems Analyst II 18 1.0 59,894
1147-Assistant State's Attorney AT 3.0 177,828
1152-Assistant State's Attorney AT 2.0 118,552
1154-Assistant State's Attorney AT 2.0 118,552
1155-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 60,017
1164-Assistant State's Attorney AT 3.0 177,828
1170-Assistant State's Attorney AT 1.0 59,276
6711-Clerk IV AFSCME 11 2.0 73,220
Total Program 53473-Child Support Enforcement SAO 2018 79.0 $4,170,550
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 79.0 $4,170,550
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 79.0 $4,170,550

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G53474-Grant: 2017 Child Support Enforcement SHE
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: Funds are used to work with
other County agencies to implement the Child Enforcement program by serving all subpoenas, writs, and summons, and to provide
location services for the delivery of the court papers.
G53474

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 870,973
501210-Planned Overtime Compensation 2,917
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 114,010
501540-Workers' Compensation 13,064
501585-Insurance Benefits 185,883
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 7,438
Personal Services Total $1,194,285
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 23,333
520259-Postage 5,833
521005-Professional Legal Expenses 23,333
Contractual Service Total $52,499
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 4,083
Supplies & Materials Total $4,083
Oparations & Maintenance
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 11,667
540245-Automotive Operation And Maint 1,458
Oparations & Maintenance Total $13,125
Rental & Leasing
550059-Automotive Equipment Rental 55,417
Rental & Leasing Total $55,417
Operating Funds Total $1,319,409

G53474
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53475

G53475-Grant: 2018 Child Support Enforcement SHE
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services: Funds are used to work with
other County agencies to implement the Child Enforcement program by serving all subpoenas, writs, and summons, and to provide
location services for the delivery of the court papers.
G53475

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 1,572,428
501210-Planned Overtime Compensation 5,000
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 170,446
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 21,956
501540-Workers' Compensation 22,396
501585-Insurance Benefits 260,590
501765-Professional Develop/Fees 12,750
Personal Services Total $2,065,566
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 40,000
520259-Postage 10,000
521005-Professional Legal Expenses 40,000
Contractual Service Total $90,000
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 7,000
Supplies & Materials Total $7,000
Oparations & Maintenance
540129-Maint And Subscription Svcs 20,000
540245-Automotive Operation And Maint 2,500
Oparations & Maintenance Total $22,500
Rental & Leasing
550059-Automotive Equipment Rental 95,000
Rental & Leasing Total $95,000
Operating Funds Total $2,280,066
G53475

PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
Program 53475-Child Support Enforcement SHE 2018
0047-Admin Assistant II 14 2.0 119,943
0048-Administrative Assistant III 16 1.0 62,783
1331-Deputy Lieutenant D4 1.0 95,695
1339-Deputy Sheriff D2B D2B 13.0 984,932
1341-Deputy Sheriff Sergeant D3 2.0 162,864
5205-Deputy Director 24 1.0 88,001
Total Program 53475-Child Support Enforcement SHE 2018 20.0 $1,514,217

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PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE
Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS 20.0 $1,514,217
TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL 20.0 $1,514,217

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G53476

G53476-Grant: 2017 Cities Readiness Initiativ
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: As a state certified health department in the State
of Illinois, the Cook County Department of Public Health is mandated to provide support services to assist suburban Cook County
communities in planning and exercises for public health incidents/emergencies.
G53476

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 4,618
501540-Workers' Compensation 529
501585-Insurance Benefits 7,846
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 2,500
Personal Services Total $15,493
Supplies & Materials
530600-Office Supplies 1,795
530905-Pharmaceuticals Supplies 23,836
Supplies & Materials Total $25,631
Contingencies & Special Purpose
580050-Cook County Administration 5,897
Contingencies & Special Purpose Total $5,897
Operating Funds Total $47,021
G53476
PERSONAL SERVICES - SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY PROGRAM AND JOB CODE

Job Approved Budget
Code Title Grade FTE Salaries
TOTAL SALARIES AND POSITIONS - -

TURNOVER ADJUSTMENT - -
OPERATING FUNDS TOTAL - -

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G53477

G53477-Grant: 2018 Cities Readiness Initiativ
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Illinois Department of Public Health: As a state certified health department in the State
of Illinois, the Cook County Department of Public Health is mandated to provide support services to assist suburban Cook County
communities in planning and exercises for public health incidents/emergencies.
G53477

DISTRIBUTION BY APPROPRIATION CLASSIFICATION
Approved
Account Budget
Personal Services
501005-Sal/Wag Of Employees With Benefits 103,996
501225-Planned Benefit Adjustment 12,749
501510-Mandatory Medicare Cost 1,508
501540-Workers' Compensation 872
501585-Insurance Benefits 16,925
501835-Transp And Travel Expenses 2,500
Personal Services Total $138,550
Contractual Service
520149-Communication Services 2,000
520825-Professional Services 39,795
Contractual Service Total