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The County of DuPage
Wheaton, Illinois
 

Statements of Economic Interests

REGARDING NEW QUESTIONS FOR 2022 FILING YEAR:

The Illinois General Assembly recently enacted Public Act 102-0662 which included changes of the content of the Statement of Economic Interests form.

 *For those persons required to file a 2022 Statement, the online filing portal has been updated to reflect the new legislation.*

The new form has 7 questions that differ considerably from the previous 8 question version. 

Revisions to the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act

While the DuPage County Clerk’s office cannot provide any legal advice to filers on what information should or should not be disclosed, we have provided an informational document which includes statutory definitions found in the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act.

Click here  to download our informational resource.

Statement of Economic Interests assistance from the University of Illinois

 

The DuPage County Clerk's office accepts and stores Statements of Economic Interests filed by persons involved in a unit of local government: Illinois Governmental Ethics Act (as amended in 2022)

For Filers - Completing a Statement of Economic Interests

Starting in 2015, you can file your statement online at https://ei.dupageco.org/SEI/Login.aspx.  Filers will receive information regarding online filing via letter or email if an email address was provided.
This does not apply to candidates for office. 

For Public - Searching Statements of Economic Interests

The statements can be searched and viewed online at http://ei.dupageco.org/PublicSearch/.

Persons Required to File a Statement of Economic Interests:

  1. All Elected Officials
  2. All members of Boards or Commissions unless they function only in an advisory capacity
  3. All government employees who are compensated for services and not as independent contractors and who:
  • are, or function as, the head of a department, division, bureau, authority or other administrative unit within the unit of local government, or who exercise similar authority within the unit of local government;
  • have direct supervisory authority over, or direct responsibility for the formulation, negotiation, issuance or execution of contracts entered into by the unit of local government in the amount of $1,000 or greater;
  • have authority to approve licenses and permits by the unit of local government; this item does not include employees who function in a ministerial capacity;
  • adjudicate, arbitrate, or decide any judicial or administrative proceedings, or review the adjudication, arbitration or decision of any judicial or administrative proceedings within the authority of the unit of local government;
  • have authority to issue or promulgate rules and regulations within areas under the authority of the unit of local government; or
  • have supervisory responsibility for 20 or more employees of the unit of local government.

For Candidates for Office

Candidates for office must file their Statement of Economic Interests via paper with the DuPage County Clerk pursuant to5 ILCS 420/4A-108(b) 3.

Statements of Economic Interests may NOT be e-mailed or sent electronically to the DuPage County Clerk's office.

Note: Pursuant to 5 ILCS 420/4A-103 the Statement of Economic Interests has changed.
Please download the most updated version below:


The Statement of Economic Interests is a double-sided, legal size document. The receipt portion of the form must be intact, as it will serve as your proof of filing.

If you are unable to print the form to the specifications, you may obtain a paper copy from the DuPage County Clerk's office.

If you have any questions, please call the office at (630) 407-5500.

Precinct Committeemen candidates are NOT required to file a Statement of Economic Interests.

Schedule

January - February: Agencies review, revise and confirm the list of filers for their agency.

March: Letters or emails sent to filers

March - April: Filers submit their Statement of Economic Interest

May 2: Deadline for SEI submittal

May 3 - 15: $15 late filing fee

May 16 - 31: $100 per day penalty

 June 1: Non-filer list provided to DuPage County State's Attorney