(325 ILCS 20/13.50)
Early Intervention Legislative Advisory
No later than 60 days after August 9, 2001 (the effective date
of Public Act 92-307), there shall
be convened the Early Intervention Legislative Advisory
Committee. The majority and minority leaders of the General
Assembly shall each appoint 2 members to the Committee.
The Committee's term is for a period of 4 years, and the
Committee shall publicly convene no less than 4 times per
year. The Committee's responsibilities shall include, but
not be limited to, providing guidance to the lead agency
regarding programmatic and fiscal management and
accountability, provider development and accountability,
contracting, and program outcome measures. During the life of the Committee,
on a quarterly basis, or more often as the Committee may request, the lead
agency shall provide to the Committee,
and simultaneously to the public, through postings on the lead agency's early
intervention website, quarterly
reports containing monthly data
and other early intervention program information that the Committee requests.
The first data report must be supplied no later than September 21, 2001, and
must include the previous 2 quarters of data.
(Source: P.A. 96-1000, eff. 7-2-10.)