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(5 ILCS 410/20)
State agencies shall collect, classify, maintain, and
report all information required by this Act on a fiscal year basis. Agencies
shall file, as public information and by January 1, 1993 and each year
thereafter, a copy of all reports required by this Act with the Office of the
Secretary of State, and shall submit an annual report to the Governor.
Each agency's annual report shall include a description of the agency's activities in implementing the State Hispanic Employment Plan, the State Asian-American Employment Plan, and the bilingual employment plan in accordance with the reporting requirements developed by the Department of Central Management Services pursuant to Section 405-125 of the Department of Central Management Services Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois.
In addition to submitting the agency work force report, each executive branch constitutional officer, each institution of higher education under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, each community college under the jurisdiction of the Illinois Community College Board, and the Illinois Toll Highway Authority shall report to the General Assembly by February 1 of each year its activities implementing strategies and programs, and its progress, in the hiring and promotion of Hispanics, Asian-Americans, and bilingual persons at supervisory, technical, professional, and managerial levels, including assessments of bilingual service needs and information received from the Auditor General pursuant to its periodic review responsibilities.
(Source: P.A. 101-81, eff. 7-12-19.)