Below are the individual Program Offers in the FY 2023 budget. All County functions – from operating programs to the General Fund contingency account – request funding through a program offer. Program offers combine information on program descriptions, budgets, and performance data for a given set of services. The table below contains five columns. Columns 1 and 2 provide the program offer names and numbers. The remaining three columns contain the program offer documents for each phase of the budget. The rightmost column contains the program offers as they were formally adopted in the budget. (as shown below)

  • Department Submitted - these program offers are submitted by the departments as the first step in the budget process. The departments prepare the program offers for the County Chair to consider funding as part of the Executive/Proposed Budget. 

  • Chair's decisions - are program offers that have been included (funded) in the FY 2023 Chair's Executive/Proposed Budget. Program offers may be revised or changed from when they were submitted as part of the Chair’s Executive budget. Once the Chair’s budget goes through the technical step of being approved by the Board, public deliberation begins. 

  • Adopted - these are the program offers that are included (funded) in the County's Adopted Budget. This is the final stage of the budget process which creates the legally adopted budget. 

Complete budget documents and additional resources, including a detailed explanation of how Multnomah County budgets can be found at: https://multco.us/budget/fy-2023-budget-manuals-forms-calendars-and-othe...

Program Offers

Prog. Offer # Prog. Offer Name Department Submitted Chair’s Proposed Adopted
10090-23
ARP Countywide Client Assistance
10091A-23
ARP COVID-19 Policy and Project Coordination
10092-23
ARP Communications Office Public Health Emergency Response
10093A-23
ARP Emergency Management Logistics
10093B-23
ARP Emergency Management Community Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & County Supplies
10094-23
ARP Office of Sustainability Food Access Focus
10095-23
Sustainability - Wood Stove Replacement Pilot
10096-23
Sustainability - Electric School Buses
10097-23
Youth Connect
15000-23
Management Services
15001-23
Administrative Support Services
15002A-23
Information Technology
15002B-23
IT Staffing Additions - OTO
15003-23
Finance/Human Resources
15004-23
Records/Discovery
15013-23
MCDA Research & Planning Unit
15021A-23
Justice Integrity Unit
15021B-23
Justice Integrity Unit Expansion
15023-23
Equity - Leadership
15025-23
Equity - Training
15100-23
Division I Administration
15101-23
Juvenile Unit
15102-23
Domestic Violence Unit
15104-23
Child Support Enforcement
15105-23
Misdemeanor Trial Unit
15200-23
Division II Administration
15201-23
Unit C
15204-23
Pretrial
15205A-23
Body Worn Cameras - Gresham
15205B-23
Body Worn Cameras - Expansion
15206-23
Strategic Prosecution Unit
15207-23
MCDA Access Attorney Program (MAAP) Pilot
15207A-23
MCDA Access Attorney Program (MAAP)
15207B-23
MCDA Access Attorney Program (MAAP) Expansion - Attorney, Victim Advocate, and Office Assistant
15207C-23
MCDA Access Attorney Program (MAAP) Expansion - 3 Attorneys, Investigator, and Service Coordinator
15300-23
Division III Administration
15301-23
Unit A/B - Property/Drugs/Human Trafficking
15304-23
Unit D - Violent Person Crimes
15304B-23
Gun Violence Case Backlog
15309-23
MDT - Child Abuse Unit
15400-23
Division IV Administration
15401A-23
Victims Assistance Program
15401B-23
Equity - Victim Assistance
15402-23
Investigations
15900-23
ARP - Domestic Violence Case Backlog
15901-23
ARP - Gun Violence Case Backlog
25000A-23
DCHS Director's Office
25000B-23
DCHS Director's Office Emergency Management Shelter Response
25000C-23
Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Communities
25000D-23
DCHS Economic Justice Project (EJP)

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