Office of The Attorney General Reports and Disclosures
The Office of the Attorney General serves the public interest. Therefore, we adhere to laws that establish what information must be shared with the public. Here you find reports that we make to the Illinois General Assembly along with information on certain policies around procurement, vehicle use, and accounting funds.
The Attorney General convenes or participates in task forces and working groups around many initiatives. The reports of activities and outcomes keep the public informed and ensures accountability to the responsible parties.
Procurement Policy and Compliance Monitoring Board
The Attorney General's Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) is charged with supervising and approving any or all procurements on behalf of the OAG. The Attorney General's State Purchasing Officer (SPO) is responsible for conducting procurements in accordance with the terms of the AG's Procurement Rules.
Vehicle Use Policy
The Office of the Attorney General oversees the use of state-owned vehicles by employees for state business. Public Act 097-0922, Section 10 (a) & (b) requires the Attorney General to post its Vehicle Use Policy on the office website.
Monthly Fund Disclosure
Pursuant to Public Act 93-499, effective January 1, 2004, also known as the Accountability for the Investment of Public Funds Act, the Office of the Attorney General is required to make available on the Internet information concerning the investment of public funds held by the Office. The information, required to be updated monthly, includes the institution, monthly balance, investment income and yield, and the asset allocation. For the Office of the Attorney General, all funds are held in a demand deposit (checking) account, and therefore, there is no applicable asset allocation to disclose.
INFORMATION FOR APRIL 2023:
Heartland Bank & Trust Company
1925 S. MacArthur Blvd.
Springfield, IL 62704
Ending Monthly Balance: $2,031,072.32
Interest Earned: $325.19
Estimated Annual Yield: 0.25%