- Nonprofit Advisory Council
Working together to prevent disruption in service at nonprofit agencies in Illinois
One of Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka’s primary responsibilities is to pay the state’s bills. Given that duty, she has made it a priority to reach out to nonprofit agency vendors across the state to ensure that they do not slash services or shut their doors altogether due to state payment delays.
Greetings! Welcome to the website of the Illinois Office of the Comptroller. This site was recently revamped to make it even easier for taxpayers to access news and information from the office, and “follow the money.” As the state’s Chief Fiscal Officer, the Comptroller is responsible for managing government finances, paying the state’s bills, and watching over public dollars. That role brings the added responsibility of ensuring that all financial information is not only available, but readily accessible to taxpayers – and that is what our new website is all about.
- STATE CLEARS OUT LAST YEAR’S BILLS
Earliest close of expenses since 2009
Stronger first quarter revenues, coupled with fewer lapse period transactions, have allowed Illinois to pay all of its General Funds bills from the previous fiscal year earlier than at any time since 2009.
- TOPINKA OPENS THE WAREHOUSE TO ILLINOIS TAXPAYERS
Portal puts local finances at residents’ fingertips
CHICAGO – Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka on Monday launched The Warehouse, a comprehensive online database that puts Local Government financial information and tens of thousands of records at a single location for taxpayer review.
- TOPINKA ANNOUNCES ADDITIONS TO LEDGER TRANSPARENCY SITE
Comptroller unveils financial database enhancements
SPRINGFIELD – Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka on Wednesday announced that she has added payment totals for state vendors and listings and compensation for all state Officers and Board and Commission members as part of the latest enhancements to her office’s transparency website, The Ledger.