98TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
State of Illinois
2013 and 2014
Introduced , by Rep. Barbara Flynn Currie
SYNOPSIS AS INTRODUCED:
30 ILCS 500/5-5
30 ILCS 500/20-50
30 ILCS 500/40-5
Amends the Illinois Procurement Code. Provides that every 3 years,
beginning July 1, 2014, the Policy Procurement Board shall contract with an
outside vendor to conduct a procurement efficiency review, and shall report
the findings from its review together with recommendations for improvement
to the Governor and the General Assembly. Provides that "prohibited
conduct" includes requested payments or other consideration to a third
party by the University or State Agency that is not part of the
solicitation or that is unrelated to the subject matter or purpose of the
solicitation. Provides that all State agencies shall, in consultation with
the Department of Central Management Services, evaluate the State's
existing lease portfolio prior to engaging in a procurement for real
property or capital improvements. Effective immediately.
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AN ACT concerning finance.
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
The Illinois Procurement Code is amended by
changing Sections 5-5, 20-50, and 40-5 as follows:
(30 ILCS 500/5-5)
Procurement Policy Board.
(a) Creation. There is created a Procurement Policy Board,
an agency of the State of Illinois.
(b) Authority and duties. The Board shall have the
authority and responsibility to
review, comment upon, and
recommend, consistent with this Code, rules and
procurement, management, control,
of supplies, services, professional or artistic
construction, and real
property and capital improvement leases
procured by the State.
The Board shall also have the authority
to recommend a program for professional development and provide
opportunities for training in procurement practices and
policies to chief procurement officers and their staffs in
order to ensure that all procurement is conducted in an
efficient, professional, and appropriately transparent manner.
Upon a three-fifths vote of its members, the Board may
Upon a three-fifths vote of its members, the