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The Governor's Office of Management and Budget prepares the Governor's annual state budget and advises the Governor on the availability of revenues and the allocation of those resources to agency programs. The Office also issues general obligations and Build Illinois bonds, manages the state's capital program, analyzes state agency programs and budgets and evaluates personnel and operating needs. The major areas of review are education, health and social services, public assistance, debt management, public safety and the environment.

Contact Information

Office of Management and Budget
401 South Spring
603 Stratton Building
Springfield, IL 62706
Phone: 217.782.5886
TDD: 217.782.3500 Fax: 217.524.4876
Email: GOMB@illinois.gov

Director - 312.814.0023
Legal Counsel - 217.782.5886
Public Information Officer - 312.814.0023
Budget Operations/Technology - 217.782.5886
Capital - 217.782.5886
Education, Corrections, Child Welfare - 217.782.5886
Health Care and Human Services - 217.782.5886
Federal Funding and Public Safety - 217.782.5886
Labor and Economics - 217,782.4520
Revenue and Economic Analysis - 217.782.5886
Debt Management - 312.814.0023
Planning, Performance Management - 217.782.5886

Employment Opportunities

Budget Analyst I, II and Senior Budget Analyst

Capital Budget Analyst I, II

Submit resumes by mail, fax, or e-mail.

ATTN: Personnel
603 Stratton Building
Springfield, IL 62706

Fax: 217.524.4876
Email: Jobs.omb@illinois.gov

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

FOIA is the state Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (5 ILCS 140), records in possession of public agencies may be accessed by the public upon written request. Pursuant to 5 ILCS 140, Section 2(c), a public record is any records, reports, forms, writings, letters, memoranda, books, papers, maps, photographs, cards, tapes, recordings, electronic data processing records, electronic communications recorded information and all other documentary materials pertaining to the transaction of public business, regardless of physical form or characteristics, having been prepared by or for, or having been or being used by, received by, in the possession of or under the control of any public body.

Some records are, however, not subject to release via the FOIA process; these types of records are described under 5 ILCS 140, Section 7 (1) (a) thru (y). And some records may also be subject to confidentiality provisions imposed by other state statutes; the FOIA process for disclosure of information does not supercede these other applicable statutory and judicial mandates.

How to Submit a FOIA Request

To access information from the Office of Management and Budget, please submit a written request by means of facsimile, the US mail or special carrier, or email to the Freedom of Information Officer, Curt Clemons-Mosby. A written request will ensure proper compliance with the requirements of the Act.

Requests can be addressed to:

Office of Management and Budget
ATTN: FOIA Officer
401 S. Spring
603 Stratton Building
Springfield, IL 62706

Fax: 217.524.4876
Email: Curt.ClemonsMosby@Illinois.gov

The Office of Management and Budget does not require that FOIA request be submitted in any particular form. However, we strongly prefer that your request, at a minimum, includes the phrase “Freedom of Information Act” or “FOIA”; contains a description of the types of records sought; and contains contact information so we may follow up to clarify or narrow a request if necessary. Furthermore, although we will take written requests via regular mail, fax or hand delivery, we strongly prefer you submit your written request via email.

Fees associated with FOIA

The first 50 pages of black and white, legal or letter sized copies of records requested are free. Anything that surpasses 50 pages is generally 15 cents per page. If, for some reason, copies of records are provided to a requester that is not on black and white, legal or letter sized paper, the Governor’s office will charge a fee that will not exceed the actual cost of reproduction.

For more information on the guidelines used to charge fees related to FOIA, please see Section 6 of the Act.