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(225 ILCS 325/7)
(from Ch. 111, par. 5207)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2030)
Powers and duties of the Board.
Subject to the provisions
of this Act, the Board shall exercise the following functions, powers,
(a) The Board shall hold at least 3 regular meetings
(b) The Board shall annually elect a chairperson and
a vice chairperson who shall be Illinois licensed professional engineers.
(c) The Board, upon request by the Department, may
make a curriculum evaluation to approve a professional engineer program, a non-approved engineering program, and related science curriculum and submit to the Secretary a written recommendation of acceptability of a curriculum.
(d) The Department may at any time seek the expert
advice and knowledge of the Board on any matter relating to the enforcement of this Act.
(e) The Board may appoint a subcommittee to serve as
a Complaint Committee to recommend the disposition of case files according to procedures established by rule.
(f) The Board shall assist the Department in
conducting oral interviews, disciplinary conferences, informal conferences, and formal evidentiary hearings.
(g) The Board shall review applicant qualifications
to sit for the examination or for licensure and shall make recommendations to the Department except for those applicant qualifications that the Board designates as routinely acceptable.
(Source: P.A. 101-310, eff. 8-9-19.)