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Public Act 098-0460





Public Act 098-0460
HB2947 EnrolledLRB098 10773 JDS 41190 b

    AN ACT concerning State government.
    Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
    Section 5. The State Budget Law of the Civil Administrative
Code of Illinois is amended by changing Section 50-10 as
    (15 ILCS 20/50-10)  (was 15 ILCS 20/38.1)
    Sec. 50-10. Budget contents. The budget shall be submitted
by the Governor with line item and program data. The budget
shall also contain performance data presenting an estimate for
the current fiscal year, projections for the budget year, and
information for the 3 prior fiscal years comparing department
objectives with actual accomplishments, formulated according
to the various functions and activities, and, wherever the
nature of the work admits, according to the work units, for
which the respective departments, offices, and institutions of
the State government (including the elective officers in the
executive department and including the University of Illinois
and the judicial department) are responsible.
    For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1992 and for each
fiscal year thereafter, the budget shall include the
performance measures of each department's accountability
    For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1997 and for each
fiscal year thereafter, the budget shall include one or more
line items appropriating moneys to the Department of Human
Services to fund participation in the Home-Based Support
Services Program for Mentally Disabled Adults under the
Developmental Disability and Mental Disability Services Act by
persons described in Section 2-17 of that Act.
    The budget shall contain a capital development section in
which the Governor will present (1) information on the capital
projects and capital programs for which appropriations are
requested, (2) the capital spending plans, which shall document
the first and subsequent years cash requirements by fund for
the proposed bonded program, and (3) a statement that shall
identify by year the principal and interest costs until
retirement of the State's general obligation debt. In addition,
the principal and interest costs of the budget year program
shall be presented separately, to indicate the marginal cost of
principal and interest payments necessary to retire the
additional bonds needed to finance the budget year's capital
program. In 2004 only, the capital development section of the
State budget shall be submitted by the Governor not later than
the fourth Tuesday of March (March 23, 2004).
    The budget shall contain a section indicating whether there
is a projected budget surplus or a projected budget deficit for
general funds in the current fiscal year, or whether the
current fiscal year's general funds budget is projected to be
balanced, based on estimates prepared by the Governor's Office
of Management and Budget using actual figures available on the
date the budget is submitted. That section shall present this
information in both a numerical table format and by way of a
narrative description, and shall include information for the
proposed upcoming fiscal year, the current fiscal year, and the
2 years prior to the current fiscal year. These estimates must
specifically and separately identify any non-recurring
revenues, including, but not limited to, borrowed money, money
derived by borrowing or transferring from other funds, or any
non-operating financial source. None of these specifically and
separately identified non-recurring revenues may include any
revenue that cannot be realized without a change to law.  The
table shall show accounts payable at the end of each fiscal
year in a manner that specifically and separately identifies
any general funds liabilities accrued during the current and
prior fiscal years that may be paid from future fiscal years'
appropriations, including, but not limited to, costs that may
be paid beyond the end of the lapse period as set forth in
Section 25 of the State Finance Act and costs incurred by the
Department on Aging. The section shall also include an estimate
of individual and corporate income tax overpayments that will
not be refunded before the close of the fiscal year.
    For the budget year, the current year, and 3 prior fiscal
years, the Governor shall also include in the budget estimates
of or actual values for the assets and liabilities for General
Assembly Retirement System, State Employees' Retirement System
of Illinois, State Universities Retirement System, Teachers'
Retirement System of the State of Illinois, and Judges
Retirement System of Illinois.
    The budget submitted by the Governor shall contain, in
addition, in a separate book, a tabulation of all position and
employment titles in each such department, office, and
institution, the number of each, and the salaries for each,
formulated according to divisions, bureaus, sections, offices,
departments, boards, and similar subdivisions, which shall
correspond as nearly as practicable to the functions and
activities for which the department, office, or institution is
    Together with the budget, the Governor shall transmit the
estimates of receipts and expenditures, as received by the
Director of the Governor's Office of Management and Budget, of
the elective officers in the executive and judicial departments
and of the University of Illinois.
    An applicable appropriations committee of each chamber of
the General Assembly, for fiscal year 2012 and thereafter, must
review individual line item appropriations and the total budget
for each State agency, as defined in the Illinois State
Auditing Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-958, eff. 7-1-10.)

Effective Date: 1/1/2014