(20 ILCS 630/3) (from Ch. 48, par. 2403)
    Sec. 3. Illinois Emergency Employment Development Coordinator.
    (a) The governor shall appoint an Illinois Emergency Employment Development Coordinator to administer the provisions of this Act. The coordinator shall be within the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, but shall be responsible directly to the governor. The coordinator shall have the powers necessary to carry out the purpose of the program.
    (b) The coordinator shall:
        (1) recommend one or more Employment Administrators
    
for each service delivery area for approval by the Advisory Committee, with recommendations based on the demonstrated ability of the Employment Administrator to identify and address local needs;
        (2) enter into a contract with one or more Employment
    
Administrators in each service delivery area;
        (3) assist the Employment Administrator in developing
    
a satisfactory plan if an Employment Administrator submits one that does not conform to program requirements;
        (4) convene and provide staff support to the Advisory
    
Committee;
        (5) coordinate the program with other State agencies
    
and services including public benefits and workforce programs for unemployed individuals; and
        (6) perform general program marketing and monitoring
    
functions.
    (c) The coordinator shall administer the program within the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. The Director of Commerce and Economic Opportunity shall provide administrative support services to the coordinator for the purposes of the program.
    (d) The coordinator shall report to the Governor, the Advisory Committee, and the General Assembly on a quarterly basis concerning (1) the number of persons employed under the program; (2) the number and type of employers under the program; (3) the amount of money spent in each service delivery area for wages for each type of employment and each type of other expenses; (4) the number of persons who have completed participation in the program and their current employment, educational or training status; (5) any information requested by the General Assembly, the Advisory Committee, or governor or deemed pertinent by the coordinator; and (6) any identified violations of this Act and actions taken. Each report shall include cumulative information, as well as information for each quarter.
    (e) Rules. The Director of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, with the advice of the coordinator and the Advisory Committee, shall adopt rules for the administration and enforcement of this Act.
(Source: P.A. 96-995, eff. 1-1-11; 97-581, eff. 8-26-11.)