EL PASO COUNTY CITIZEN BUDGET OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (CBOC)
The El Paso County Citizen Budget Oversight Committee (CBOC) is an ad hoc committee established by the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) to review the overall financial condition of the County, review the program budgets, prioritize each of these programs, and to ensure the County maintains compliance with federal and state mandates, accomplishes the goals outlined in the County Strategic Plan, and provides program funding recommendations in an executive summary to the BoCC.
The CBOC is composed of twenty-one voting members representing a cross section of the community. Five are Board of County Commissioners appointees, one from each of the County's five Commissioner Districts or at the discretion of the district commissioner; six County-wide Elected Official Appointees representing the Assessor, Clerk & Recorder, Coroner, District Attorney, Sheriff, and Treasurer; five citizen representatives with one appointed from each of the areas of General Business/ Banking, Veterans/ Military, Parks/ Neighborhoods, Workforce Development, and Community Development; and five members representing various boards including the Board of Health, Planning Commission, Highway Advisory Commission, Department of Human Services Advisory, and Parks Advisory Board. The CBOC membership shall also include two non-voting Ex-Officio members: the County Administrator and the Budget Officer.
The voting members are citizen appointments and shall not be full-time or part-time employees nor shall be elected officials of El Paso County, Fourth Judicial District, the Pikes Peak Library District and municipalities within El Paso County. Voting members in the categories of BoCC appointeees, County-Wide Elected Official appointees, and Citizen appointees are appointed for two-year terms, beginning after the initial term following the adoption of the Bylaws of March 12, 2013. The voting members appointed to represent various boards and commissions are appointed for one-year terms.
(CBOC Bylaws 13-102.pdf) (Job Desc)
|Meeting times and locations are established annually in accordance with county annual budget preparation requirements and prescribed law. For 2013, meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month at 3:30-5:00p.m., Centennial Hall, 200 S. Cascade Avenue, Pikes Peak Room, Colorado Springs, Colorado.|