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(30 ILCS 707/10)
Grant information collection.
The Secretary of Innovation and Technology shall coordinate with each State agency to develop, with any existing or newly available resources and technology, appropriate systems to accurately report data containing financial information. These systems shall include a module that is specific to the management and administration of grant funds.
Each grantor agency that is authorized to award grant funds to an entity other than the State of Illinois shall coordinate with the Secretary of Innovation and Technology to provide for the publication, at data.illinois.gov or any other publicly accessible website designated by the Chief Information Officer, of data sets containing information regarding awards of grant funds that the grantor agency has made during the previous fiscal year. Data sets shall be published on at least a quarterly basis and shall include, at a minimum, the following:
(1) the name of the grantor agency;
(2) the name and postal zip code of the grantee;
(3) a short description of the purpose of the award
(4) the amount of each award of grant funds;
(5) the date of each award of grant funds; and
(6) the duration of each award of grant funds.
In addition, each grantor agency shall make best efforts, with available resources and technology, to make available in the data sets any other data that is relevant to its award of grant funds.
Data not subject to the requirements of this Section include data to which a State agency may deny access pursuant to any provision of a federal, State, or local law, rule, or regulation.
(Source: P.A. 100-611, eff. 7-20-18.)