(30 ILCS 605/7.3)
(from Ch. 127, par. 133b10.3)
The Administrator shall have charge of all transferable property
and shall have authority to take possession and control of such property
in order to transfer or assign any such property to any other State agency
that has need or use for such property or to dispose of said property in
accordance with Section 7 of this Act.
The Administrator may not dispose of a transferable airplane by sale until
he or she determines that
(i) the agency no longer has a need for the airplane, (ii) the airplane will
not be used as a trade-in on another aircraft, and (iii)
no public university or college in Illinois that
offers courses in aviation, flight training, or other subjects involving
knowledge of the workings of an airplane has listed the need for an airplane as
provided in this Section.
Responsible officers shall periodically report all transferable property
at locations under their jurisdictions to the Administrator. The Administrator
shall review such reports and arrange for physical examination of said property
if necessary to determine if said items of transferable property should
be transferred to another State agency, transferred to a central warehouse,
or disposed of. The Administrator shall advise responsible officers of
the results of these reviews as necessary.
The staff under the jurisdiction of the Administrator shall review as
State agencies' inventories for potential items of transferable property.
If in the opinion of the Administrator's staff, any property appears to
be transferable, the Administrator shall notify the responsible officer
of his determination. The executive head of the agency holding the property
in question may appeal the determination in writing to the Administrator.
The Administrator will review the determination in accordance with rules
and procedures established pursuant to Section 5 of this Act.
The Administrator shall maintain lists of transferable property and of
State agency needs for such property and will transfer where appropriate listed
transferable property to agencies listing their needs for such property
as detailed by their responsible officers.
The Administrator must give priority for transfer of an airplane, that is not
to be used as a trade-in, to a public
university or college in Illinois that offers courses in aviation, flight
training, or other subjects involving knowledge of the workings of an airplane
and that has listed the need for an airplane.
(Source: P.A. 91-432, eff. 1-1-00.)