Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Ethics in Public Contracting Act. Provides that whenever any public body has taken an action suspending, debarring, or otherwise limiting the ability of a person to enter into a public contract, the public body shall provide a report to the Secretary of State identifying specified information. Requires the Secretary of State, within 12 months after the effective date of the Act, to establish and maintain a website, known as the Ethics in Public Contracting Portal, with information received from all public bodies. Provides that a public body may reciprocate another public body's suspension, debarment, or other limitation on the ability of a person to enter into a public contract. Provides that the Secretary of State shall adopt rules to carry out the intent of the Act, and to provide a review process for persons to petition for removal from the Ethics in Public Contracting Portal. Defines terms. Effective immediately.