Budget officers at all factions of the Illinois state government are required to report the gross dollar amount of unpaid bills they have not yet reported to the Comptroller at the end of the fiscal year.
Once the Governor has signed budget bills passed by the Legislature into law, the Comptroller codifies the state’s spending plan so it can be enforced. This report outlines those bills and provides the codes state agencies will use to send the Comptroller payment vouchers.
The Comptroller’s Office collects information throughout the year on Illinois’ outstanding bonds. This report is a product of those efforts.
This report provides a summary of the money deposited into and withdrawn from public state accounts not managed by the Treasurer.
The Monitored Bond Report highlights the different bonds by fund in our state, and the monthly balances of each. The report also details money raised through the sale of the bonds, and how much of that is spent on a cash basis monthly.
The Monthly Bond Report details how much money has been raised and spent through the various types of bonds issued by the state. The report then highlights how that money has been appropriated and spent during previous and the current fiscal years.
Research staff at the Comptroller’s Office document every transaction involving the seven funds that comprise the state’s General Funds to provide this monthly summary. These seven funds are the General Revenue, General Revenue – Common School Special Account, Education Assistance, Common School, Fund for the Advancement of Education, Commitment to Human Services, and Budget Stabilization funds.
The Receivables Report provides a summary of information derived from state agencies regarding amounts of money owed to the State of Illinois in the calendar year.
Section 25 of the State Finance Act allows expenses incurred during one fiscal year to be paid from the subsequent fiscal year’s budget in limited situations. The attached schedule presents a 10-year schedule of Section 25 deferrals.
This report details transactions and financial statements prepared on a budgetary basis for all funds that make up the state budget.
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is the official annual report which details the financial position of the State and results of operations during the fiscal year. The CAFR is prepared in conformity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), which are a common set of accounting principles, standards and procedures that entities use to compile their financial statements.
A companion piece to the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the Executive Summary outlines the State of Illinois’ financial standing at the close of the fiscal year in a more compact manner.
The Detailed Report of Revenue and Expenditures – Budget to Actual – Budgetary Basis provides detail support for the budgetary schedules presented as required supplementary information in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). For the State of Illinois, the level of legal control is at the line-item appropriation level. Due to the State’s large amount of appropriated line items, the budgetary schedules presented in the CAFR are displayed at a summary level.
This report summarizes how money was collected, transferred, and spent during a fiscal year. Figures are reported on a budgetary basis.
Entities that underwrite bonds issued by the State of Illinois are required to report if they insure buyers against profit loss. The report is produced by the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget but is statutorily required to be published by the Comptroller.
The Comptroller’s Research staff reviews the state’s recorded revenues and expenditures from the three months of each fiscal quarter and forecasts what may lie ahead in Illinois’ immediate financial future.
Using data reported by state agencies, this report lists and analyzes revenues collected through fees. In addition to the report, the unaudited data filed with the Comptroller’s Office can be accessed through an online database.
This compilation of data reported by budget officers throughout Illinois allows taxpayers and lawmakers to appreciate the financial standing and trends among the state’s many local governments.
State government agencies report on their various initiatives, their effectiveness in the past year, an overview of how they administered these programs, and goals and objectives for the future.
This report provides analyses of tax breaks worth more than $100 million using data provided by the state government entities that oversee them. In addition to the report, the unaudited data filed with the Comptroller's Office can be accessed through an online database.