- District 30
Amends the Department of Central Management Services Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois. Provides that all projects put out for competitive bid by municipalities with a population greater than 60,000 that are funded wholly or in part by State funds shall be considered State projects for purposes of the Business Enterprise Program Act or the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program. Provides that affected municipalities shall be required to list the existing aspirational goals in all contract proposals and shall require all prime contractors to submit a utilization plan with their bid. Provides that all entities eligible to work as part of either the State's Business Enterprise Program or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program on State contracts as a disadvantaged-owned, minority-owned, woman-owned, or veteran-owned business shall be eligible to participate as part of satisfying the aspirational goals for the municipal projects. Provides that nothing shall require a municipality to undertake specified actions related to aspirational goals and utilization plans. Provides that any municipality subject to the requirements must publish on its website all submitted utilization plans from the winning bidder and maintain those utilization plans for at least 5 years. Makes other changes.
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Filed with the Clerk by Rep. William Davis
Referred to Rules Committee
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