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15 ILCS 405/20
(15 ILCS 405/20)
(from Ch. 15, par. 220)
The Comptroller shall annually, as soon as possible after the close
of the fiscal year but no later than December 31, make available on the Comptroller's website a report, showing the amount of
warrants drawn on the treasury, on other funds held by the State
Treasurer and on any public funds held by State agencies, during the
preceding fiscal year, and stating, particularly, on what account they
were drawn, and if drawn on the contingent fund, to whom and for what
they were issued. He or she shall, also, at the same time, report the amount of money received into
the treasury, into other funds held by the State Treasurer and into any
other funds held by State agencies during the preceding fiscal year, and
also a general account of all the business of his office during the
preceding fiscal year. The report shall also summarize for the previous
fiscal year the information required under Section 19.
Within 60 days after the expiration of each calendar year, the Comptroller
shall compile, from records maintained and available in his
office, a list of all persons including those employed in the Office of the Comptroller, who have been employed by the State during the past
calendar year and paid from funds in the hands of the State Treasurer.
The list shall state in
alphabetical order the name of each employee, the position, and the
total salary paid to him or her during
the past calendar year, rounded to the nearest hundred dollars. The list so compiled and
arranged shall be kept
on file in the office of the Comptroller and be open to inspection by
the public at all times.
No person who utilizes the names obtained from this list for solicitation
shall represent that such solicitation is authorized by any officer or agency
of the State of Illinois. Violation of this provision is a business offense
punishable by a fine not to exceed $3,000.
(Source: P.A. 102-558, eff. 8-20-21; 103-266, eff. 1-1-24