MCGUIRE, DAVIS,STEVE, PHELPS, HOLBROOK, LANG, MCKEON,
BRADLEY, SCOTT, O'BRIEN, FANTIN, GASH, REITZ, NOVAK,
WOOLARD, SCHAKOWSKY AND GRANBERG.
Synopsis of Bill as introduced:
Creates the Illinois Procurement Code. Provides for the
purchasing of supplies, services, and construction and the leasing of
real property and capital improvements by the State. Establishes a
Procurement Policy Board appointed by the Governor to promulgate
procurement policies and rules. Provides for an Inspector General
appointed by the Governor to oversee implementation of the Board's
policies. Grants general procurement and rulemaking authority to State
purchasing officers appointed by State officers of the executive,
legislative, and judicial branches and the governing boards of State
colleges and universities. Permits delegation of procurement
authority under certain circumstances. Grants procurement authority
for professional or artistic services to individual State entities.
Makes competitive sealed bidding the required method of source
selection, with exceptions for procurements of a small, emergency, or
sole source nature. Provides for procurement preferences, contract
requirements, auditing, prohibitions, and penalties. Amends the
Governmental Joint Purchasing Act, the Civil Administrative Code of
Illinois, and the Personnel Code and repeals various Acts and Sections
of Acts governing State purchasing. Creates the Human Services
Delivery Act. Effective immediately, in part, and July 1, 1998, in
FISCAL NOTE (DCMS)
Estimated total implementation cost is $3,072,746 for 36 new
employees and a procurement bulletin with an estimated 24,000
HOUSE AMENDMENT NO. 1.
Provides that certain remodeling and rehabilitation projects at
correctional facilities under $5,000 (rather than $25,000) are exempt
from the Procurement Code. Bans felons from doing business with the
State for 10 years (now 5 years) after completion of sentence. Allows
contractors to be suspended for up to 10 years (rather than 2 years).
JUDICIAL NOTE, AMENDED
There may be an increase in judicial workloads; impact on the
need to increase the number of judges cannot be determined.
FISCAL NOTE, AMENDED (DCMS)
The cost to implement HB 2325 as amended remains at $3,072,746.
FISCAL NOTE (Dpt. Corrections)
There is no corrections population impact and fiscal impact
FISCAL NOTE, H-AM 1 (Dpt. Corrections)
No change from previous DOC fiscal note.
STATE MANDATES FISCAL NOTE, H-AM 1
HB2325, amended, fails to create a State mandate.
No change from DOC fiscal note.
CORRECTIONAL NOTE, H-AM 1
No change from previous correctional note.
Last action on Bill: SESSION SINE DIE
Last action date: 99-01-12
Amendments to Bill: AMENDMENTS ADOPTED: HOUSE - 1 SENATE - 0
END OF INQUIRY
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