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FINANCE30 ILCS 500/50-45
(30 ILCS 500/) Illinois Procurement Code.
(30 ILCS 500/50-45)
Any chief procurement officer, State
purchasing officer, designee, or executive officer
who willfully uses or allows the use of specifications,
competitive solicitation documents, proprietary competitive information,
contracts, or selection information to compromise the fairness or integrity of
the procurement or contract process shall be subject to immediate
dismissal, regardless of the Personnel Code, any contract, or any
collective bargaining agreement, and may in addition be subject to criminal
(Source: P.A. 98-1076, eff. 1-1-15
30 ILCS 500/50-50
(30 ILCS 500/50-50)
It is unlawful for any current or
former elected or appointed State official or State employee to knowingly use
confidential information available only by virtue of that office or employment
for actual or anticipated gain for themselves or another person.
(Source: P.A. 90-572, eff. 2-6-98.)
30 ILCS 500/50-55
(30 ILCS 500/50-55)
Every State agency shall
inventory or stock no more
than a 12-month need of equipment, supplies, commodities, articles,
and other items, except as
otherwise authorized by the State agency's regulations. Every
State agency shall periodically
review its inventory to ensure compliance with this Section. If,
upon review, an agency
determines it has more than a 12-month supply of any equipment,
supplies, commodities, or
other items, the agency shall undertake transfers of the
oversupplied items or other action
necessary to maintain compliance with this Section. This Section
shall not apply to lifesaving
medications, mechanical spare parts, and items for which the
supplier requires a minimum order
(Source: P.A. 90-572, eff. 2-6-98.)
30 ILCS 500/50-60
(30 ILCS 500/50-60)
(a) If any contract or amendment thereto is entered into or purchase
or expenditure of funds is made at any time in violation of this Code or any other law,
the contract or amendment thereto may be declared void by the chief procurement officer or may be
ratified and affirmed,
provided the chief procurement officer determines that ratification is in the
best interests of the
State. If the contract is ratified and affirmed, it shall be without prejudice
to the State's rights to any appropriate damages.
(b) If, during the term of a contract, the chief procurement officer determines
that the contractor is delinquent in the payment of debt as set forth in
Section 50-11 of this Code, the chief procurement officer may declare the contract void if
it determines that voiding the contract is in the best interests of the State.
The Debt Collection Bureau shall adopt rules for the implementation of this
(c) If, during the term of a contract, the chief procurement officer determines
that the contractor is in violation of Section 50-10.5 of this Code, the
chief procurement officer shall declare the contract void.
(d) If, during the term of a contract, the contracting agency learns from an annual certification or otherwise determines that the contractor no longer qualifies to enter into State contracts by reason of Section 50-5, 50-10, 50-12, 50-14, or 50-14.5 of this Article, the chief procurement officer may declare the contract void if it determines that voiding the contract is in the best interests of the State.
(e) If, during the term of a contract, the chief procurement officer learns from an annual certification or otherwise determines that a subcontractor subject to Section 20-120 no longer qualifies to enter into State contracts by reason of Section 50-5, 50-10, 50-10.5, 50-11, 50-12, 50-14, or 50-14.5 of this Article, the chief procurement officer may declare the related contract void if it determines that voiding the contract is in the best interests of the State. However, the related contract shall not be declared void unless the contractor refuses to terminate the subcontract upon the State's request after a finding that the subcontractor no longer qualifies to enter into State contracts by reason of one of the Sections listed in this subsection.
(f) The changes to this Section made by Public Act 96-795 apply to actions taken by the chief procurement officer on or after July 1, 2010.
(Source: P.A. 96-493, eff. 1-1-10; 96-795, eff. 7-1-10 (see Section 5 of P.A. 96-793 for the effective date of changes made by P.A. 96-795); 96-1000, eff. 7-2-10; 97-895, eff. 8-3-12.)
30 ILCS 500/50-65
(30 ILCS 500/50-65)
Any contractor or subcontractor may be suspended for
violation of this Code or for failure to conform to specifications or terms of
delivery. Suspension shall be for cause and may be for a period of up to
years at the discretion of the applicable chief procurement officer.
Contractors or subcontractors may be debarred in accordance with rules promulgated by the chief
procurement officer or as otherwise provided by law.
(Source: P.A. 96-795, eff. 7-1-10 (see Section 5 of P.A. 96-793 for the effective date of changes made by P.A. 96-795)
30 ILCS 500/50-70
(30 ILCS 500/50-70)
This Code is subject
to applicable provisions of
the following Acts:
(1) Article 33E of the Criminal Code of 2012;
(2) the Illinois Human Rights Act;
(3) the Discriminatory Club Act;
(4) the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act;
(5) the State Prompt Payment Act;
(6) the Public Officer Prohibited Activities Act;
(7) the Drug Free Workplace Act;
(8) the Illinois Power Agency Act;
the Employee Classification Act;
(10) the State Officials and Employees Ethics Act;
(11) the Department of Employment Security Law.
(Source: P.A. 97-1150, eff. 1-25-13; 98-1076, eff. 1-1-15