TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER VI: ILLINOIS MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT PREVENTION COUNCIL
PART 1810 RULES FOR THE AWARD AND MONITORING OF TRUST FUNDS
SECTION 1810.110 DEFINITIONS
Section 1810.110 Definitions
"Act" – the Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Act [20 ILCS 4005].
"Adverse Action" – any or all of the following:
The suspension by the Executive Director of the performance of an award agreement for more than twenty-eight (28) calendar days aggregated within a twelve (12) month period, exclusive of any period of extension that may be granted;
The termination of an award agreement by the Executive Director;
The denial by the Executive Director of a request for a material revision to an award agreement.
"Authority" – the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.
"Award" – financial support in the form of money, property, or services made available by the Council to an eligible recipient through the use of Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Trust Funds.
"Award Agreement" – the award contract between the Council and an implementing entity whereby the Council provides financial support to carry out specified programs, services, or activities pursuant to the Act.
"Business Organization" – any business entity or association of business entities duly authorized to conduct business in the State of Illinois.
"Chairman" – the Chairman of the Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council.
"Council" – the Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council.
"Eligible Recipient" – A federal or State agency, unit of local government, corporation, neighborhood, community, or business organization entitled to receive Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Trust Funds pursuant to the Act.
"Executive Director" – the Executive Director of the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.
"Expendable Property" – tangible property other than nonexpendable property.
"Grant Review Committee" – the Grant Review Committee of the Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Council.
"Implementing Entity" – the party seeking or designated to receive funds awarded by the Council pursuant to this Part.
"Nonexpendable Property" – tangible property having a useful life of more than one (1) year and an acquisition cost of $300 or more per unit.
"Property" – property of any kind including real property. It may be tangible (having physical existence) or intangible (having no physical existence, such as patents, inventions, or copyrights).
"Trust Funds" – funds from the Illinois Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Trust Fund established by the Act.