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25 ILCS 130/4-2.1

    (25 ILCS 130/4-2.1)
    Sec. 4-2.1. Federal program functions. The Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability is established as the information center for the General Assembly in the field of federal-state relations and as State Central Information Reception Agency for the purpose of receiving information from federal agencies under the United States Office of Management and Budget circular A-98 and the United States Department of the Treasury Circular TC-1082 or any successor circulars promulgated under authority of the United States Inter-governmental Cooperation Act of 1968. Its powers and duties in this capacity include, but are not limited to:
        (a) Compiling and maintaining current information on
available and pending federal aid programs for the use of the General Assembly and legislative agencies;
        (b) Analyzing the relationship of federal aid
programs with state and locally financed programs, and assessing the impact of federal aid programs on the State generally;
        (c) Reporting annually to the General Assembly on the
adequacy of programs financed by federal aid in the State, the types and nature of federal aid programs in which State agencies or local governments did not participate, and to make recommendations on such matters;
        (d) Cooperating with the Governor's Office of
Management and Budget and with any State of Illinois offices located in Washington, D.C., in obtaining information concerning federal grant-in-aid legislation and proposals having an impact on the State of Illinois;
        (e) Cooperating with the Governor's Office of
Management and Budget in developing forms and identifying number systems for the documentation of applications, awards, receipts and expenditures of federal funds by State agencies;
        (f) Receiving from every State agency, other than
State colleges and universities, agencies of legislative and judicial branches of State government, and elected State executive officers not including the Governor, all applications for federal grants, contracts and agreements and notification of any awards of federal funds and any and all changes in the programs, in awards, in program duration, in schedule of fund receipts, and in estimated costs to the State of maintaining the program if and when federal assistance is terminated, or in direct and indirect costs, of any grant under which they are or expect to be receiving federal funds;
        (g) Forwarding to the Governor's Office of Management
and Budget all documents received under paragraph (f) after assigning an appropriate, State application identifier number to all applications; and
        (h) Reporting such information as is received under
subparagraph (f) to the President and Minority Leader of the Senate and the Speaker and Minority Leader of the House of Representatives and their respective appropriation staffs and to any member of the General Assembly on a monthly basis at the request of the member.
    The State colleges and universities, the agencies of the legislative and judicial branches of State government, and the elected State executive officers, not including the Governor, shall submit to the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability, in a manner prescribed by the Commission on Government Forecasting and Accountability, summaries of applications for federal funds filed and grants of federal funds awarded.
(Source: P.A. 100-1148, eff. 12-10-18.)