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20 ILCS 3475/15

    (20 ILCS 3475/15)
    Sec. 15. Board. There shall be a Board of Trustees of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum to set policy and advise the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and the Executive Director on programs related to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and to exercise the powers and duties given to it under Section 25 of this Act. The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation shall mutually cooperate to maximize resources available to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum and to support, sustain, and provide educational programs and collections at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Any membership fees collected by the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation may be used to support the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum programs or collections at the Foundation's discretion.
    The terms of the mutual cooperation shall be set forth in a memorandum of understanding or similar written document for an agreed-upon term concluding on December 31st of a particular year and shall include, at a minimum, the following:
        (a) an authorization by the Agency for the Foundation
    
to operate, directly or through subcontractors, food service, catering service, and retail activities at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum with the net proceeds being made available by the Foundation to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum;
        (b) a requirement that the Foundation annually
    
provide to the Office of the Governor and the General Assembly the following:
            (1) any audit of the Foundation's financial
        
statements performed by an independent auditor;
            (2) the most recent Form 990 federal tax return
        
filed by the Foundation with the Internal Revenue Service; and
            (3) an annual report including income and
        
expenditures of funds raised as a result of the Foundation's operation, directly or through subcontractors, for food service, catering service, and retail activities at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum; and
        (c) the establishment of a working group with 7
    
members, composed of 3 members of the Board and 3 members of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, with such members appointed by the respective chair of each board, together with the State Historian. The working group shall collaborate to advance the interests of the Agency and, as an initial responsibility, shall develop an official mission statement for the Agency which shall be presented to the Board and the Board of Directors of the Foundation for adoption and which shall serve to align and guide the efforts of both the Agency and the Foundation. Except for the State Historian, ex officio members of either board are not eligible to be appointed as members of the working group. The working group shall meet at least once each quarter and shall be chaired by the State Historian. The Foundation shall provide staff support to the working group to maintain attendance and other necessary records of the working group.
(Source: P.A. 100-120, eff. 8-18-17; 101-535, eff. 8-23-19.)