A rundown of current economic and fiscal initiatives as well as previous budget addresses and proposed budgets.
The Governor delivered his FY21 Budget Address February 19, 2020.
The Governor delivered his FY20 Budget Address February 20, 2019.
- Full address and transcript
- FY20 budget book (pages 89 through 96)
- Department of Human Services Budget Briefing presentation
The Governor delivered the FY19 Budget Address February 14, 2018.
- Full remarks and video
- FY19 proposed budget
- FY19 budget briefing presentation for Department of Healthcare and Human Services
The Governor delivered the FY18 Budget Address February 15, 2017.
- Governor’s remarks
- FY18 proposed budget
- FY18 budget briefing presentations by the directors of DHS, DHFS, DoA, DPH and DCFS
The Governor delivered the FY17 Budget Address February 17, 2016.
A look at payments to vendors and clients from the Department of Human Services and the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget (GOMB) Backlog Report.
FY17 Budget Briefing Presentations
Briefings by the directors of DHS, DHFS, DoA, DPH and DCFS:
“The Budget Crisis”
The Budget Crisis, a video produced by the Howard Area Community Center, demonstrates the impact of budget changes on community organizations.
The GOMB Illinois Economic and Fiscal Policy Report is submitted annually to the General Assembly. The report, issued November 15, 2018, outlines the state’s long-term economic and fiscal policy objectives, the economic and fiscal policy intentions for the upcoming fiscal year, as well as the subsequent four fiscal years. The report also compares the current fiscal year’s enacted budget with the current outlook for the fiscal year.
A look at the Fiscal Year Budget projections and budget cuts to the human services sector.
The Civic Federation – The State of Illinois Budget Roadmap Reports
A report on the effects of the state’s two-year budget impasse on state services. The report shows a decline in state contracts with nonprofits during the two-year period without a state budget and the lasting damage created by the lack of funding.