Open Government

Whether providing open data from our County systems or maps and information, Cook County is committed to providing transparency and open government.

American Rescue Plan Act At A Glance Cook County received more than $1 billion through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The County mana… Read More
Annual Buying Plans FY22 Interactive Buying Plan Read More
Cook County at a Glance 2019 highlights accomplishments over the past year for Offices Under the President in Cook County government. Read More
Census by the NumbersCook County has launched an online dashboard, Census by the Numbers, in English and Spanish. Read More
The Cook County Reopening Plan for Offices Under the President (OUP) outlines OUP’s phased approach to reopening Cook County facilities to e… Read More
Vendors interested in doing business with Cook County may also wish to explore procurement opportunities with other local government agencie… Read More
Decisions of the Commission on Human Rights. Requests for older Commission Decisions and Orders can be made via email at human.rights@cookco… Read More
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office provides oversight of the County's equal employment policies and programs.  It is the role of this… Read More
The Commission investigates, mediates and, if warranted, adjudicates violations of the Cook County Human Rights Ordinance. If you believe th… Read More
General Complaints If you have information concerning corruption, fraud, waste, mismanagement, and/or employee misconduct (whether it invol… Read More
#FLAG2021: A New Flag for a New Century   Read More
Home Rule Tax Web (mobile) application The Home Rule Tax Reward program rewards those individuals who report violations of the Cook County… Read More
Justice Advisory Council meetings are currently conducted virtually. To attend a virtual meeting, please contact  Read More
Cook Central: Centralizing Maps, Apps, and Data From property and boundary data, to transportation, social service, and environmental data,… Read More
Intergovernmental Agreement In May 2019, Cook County and the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago ("MWRD") entered in… Read More
Investigation Process Upon receipt of a complaint, a triage/screening process of each complaint is undertaken. In order to streamline the O… Read More
Patrick M. Blanchard Independent Inspector General Patrick Blanchard was appointed to serve as the first Independent Inspector General for… Read More
President Preckwinkle has published the Policy Roadmap: Five-Year Strategic Plan for Offices Under the President—the first comprehensive pol… Read More
To View/Interact with the data for any of the sections below, either click on the header or reference the Related Links area on the right si… Read More
Public Statements The Independent Inspector General is authorized to issue public statements in two circumstances: When an investigation th… Read More
2021 Cook County Equity Fund Report Released on April 7, 2022, the Cook County Equity Fund Report was created to address historic and conti… Read More
In order to ensure that the law and policies are followed, all employees, regardless of whether they hold exempt or non-exempt positions, ha… Read More
A request for an advisory opinion or request for an investigation may be made by completing and returning the proper forms below to the Boar… Read More
An exempt position is one that involves policy making to an extent or is confidential in such a way that political affiliation is an appropr… Read More
If you have information concerning unlawful political discrimination in connection with any aspect of Cook County government employment, you… Read More
Video Gaming Cook County now allows establishments licensed to sell alcohol for on-site consumption to install up to 6 video gaming termina… Read More