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Full Text of SB2540  100th General Assembly


Rep. Fred Crespo

Filed: 5/23/2018





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2    AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 2540 as follows:
3by deleting line 4 on page 1 through line 24 on page 2; and
4on page 2, line 25, by replacing "10" with "5"; and
5on page 3, line 20, by replacing "15" with "10"; and
6on page 4, line 21, by replacing "20" with "15"; and
7on page 5, line 11, by replacing "25" with "20"; and
8by replacing line 6 on page 37 through line 13 on page 38 with
9the following:
10    "(30 ILCS 708/130 new)
11    Sec. 130. Travel costs.



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1    (a) General. Travel costs are the expenses for
2transportation, lodging, subsistence, and related items
3incurred by the employees of the recipient or subrecipient who
4are in travel status on official business of the recipient or
5subrecipient. Such costs may only be charged to a State or
6federal pass-through grant based on an adopted policy by the
7recipient's or subrecipient's governing board. Absent a
8policy, the recipient or subrecipient must follow the rules of
9the Governor's Travel Control Board or the Higher Education
10Travel Control Board, whichever the granting agency follows. No
11policy can exceed federal travel regulations.
12    (b) Lodging and subsistence. Costs incurred for travel,
13including costs of lodging, other subsistence, and incidental
14expenses, must be considered reasonable and otherwise
15allowable only to the extent such costs do not exceed charges
16normally allowed by the Governor's Travel Control Board or the
17Higher Education Travel Control Board, whichever is the
18appropriate travel board. If the recipient or subrecipient does
19not have an adopted travel policy, the recipient or
20subrecipient must follow the rules of the Governor's Travel
21Control Board or the Higher Education Travel Control Board,
22whichever the granting agency follows. No policy can exceed
23federal travel regulations.".