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(30 ILCS 5/2-8.1)
(a) The Auditor General shall contract with or hire an actuary to serve as the State Actuary. The State Actuary shall be retained by, serve at the pleasure of, and be under the supervision of the Auditor General and shall be paid from appropriations to the office of the Auditor General. The State Actuary may be selected by the Auditor General without engaging in a competitive procurement process.
(b) The State Actuary shall:
(1) review assumptions and valuations prepared by
actuaries retained by the boards of trustees of the State-funded retirement systems;
(2) issue preliminary reports to the boards of
trustees of the State-funded retirement systems concerning proposed certifications of required State contributions submitted to the State Actuary by those boards;
(3) cooperate with the boards of trustees of the
State-funded retirement systems to identify recommended changes in actuarial assumptions that the boards must consider before finalizing their certifications of the required State contributions;
(4) conduct reviews of the actuarial practices of
the boards of trustees of the State-funded retirement systems;
(5) make additional reports as directed by joint
resolution of the General Assembly; and
(6) perform any other duties assigned by the Auditor
General, including, but not limited to, reviews of the actuarial practices of other entities.
(c) On or before January 1, 2013 and each January 1 thereafter, the Auditor General shall submit a written report to the General Assembly and Governor documenting the initial assumptions and valuations prepared by actuaries retained by the boards of trustees of the State-funded retirement systems, any changes recommended by the State Actuary in the actuarial assumptions, and the responses of each board to the State Actuary's recommendations.
(d) For the purposes of this Section, "State-funded retirement system" means a retirement system established pursuant to Article 2, 14, 15, 16, or 18 of the Illinois Pension Code.
(Source: P.A. 97-694, eff. 6-18-12.)