Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Procurement Code. Provides that any contract entered into between a governmental entity and a contractor for the provision of professional or technical services in excess of $100,000 shall require a contractor to use software to verify that hours billed for work under the contract for services performed on a computer are legitimate. Provides that the contract shall specify that the governmental entity will not pay for hours worked on a computer, unless those hours are verifiable by the software or by data collected by the software. Provides for the required functions of the software to be used. Requires a contractor to store data collected by the software for 7 years, and to retrieve and make available that data to a governmental entity upon request. Provides that a contractor shall not charge the governmental entity, or an auditor of the entity, for access to or use of the work verification software, or for access to or retrievals of data collected by the software. Provides that the verification software shall be procured by the contractor from an independent entity. Provides that these provisions shall apply to all applicable contracts entered into on and after the effective date of this amendatory Act. Defines "governmental entity".