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30 ILCS 500/15-25
(30 ILCS 500/15-25)
(a) Invitations for bids. Notice of each and every contract that is
offered, including renegotiated contracts and change orders,
shall be published in the Bulletin. The applicable chief procurement officer
may provide by rule an organized format for the publication of this
information, but in any case it must include at least the date first offered,
the date submission of offers is due, the location that offers are to be
submitted to, the purchasing State agency, the responsible State purchasing
officer, a brief purchase description, the method of source selection,
information of how to obtain a comprehensive purchase description and any
disclosure and contract forms, and encouragement to potential contractors to hire qualified veterans, as defined by Section 45-67 of this Code, and qualified Illinois minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and residents discharged from any Illinois adult correctional center.
(a-5) All businesses listed on the Illinois Unified Certification Program Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Directory, the Business Enterprise Program of the Department of Central Management Services, and any small business database created pursuant to Section 45-45 of this Code shall be furnished written instructions and information on how to register for the Illinois Procurement Bulletin. This information shall be provided to each business within 30 calendar days after the business's notice of certification or qualification.
(b) Contracts let. Notice of each and every contract that is let, including renegotiated contracts and change orders, shall be issued electronically to those bidders submitting responses to the solicitations, inclusive of the unsuccessful bidders, immediately upon contract let. Failure of any chief procurement officer to give such notice shall result in tolling the time for filing a bid protest up to 7 calendar days.
For purposes of this subsection (b), "contracts let" means a construction agency's act of advertising an invitation for bids for one or more construction projects.
(b-5) Contracts awarded. Notice of each and every contract that is awarded, including renegotiated contracts and change orders, shall be issued electronically to the successful responsible bidder, offeror, or contractor and published in the Bulletin. The applicable chief procurement officer may provide by rule an organized format for the publication of this information, but in any case it must include at least all of the information specified in subsection (a) as well as the name of the successful responsible bidder, offeror, the contract price, the number of unsuccessful bidders or offerors and any other disclosure specified in any Section of this Code. This notice must be posted in the online electronic Bulletin prior to execution of the contract.
For purposes of this subsection (b-5), "contract award" means the determination that a particular bidder or offeror has been selected from among other bidders or offerors to receive a contract, subject to the successful completion of final negotiations. "Contract award" is evidenced by the posting of a Notice of Award or a Notice of Intent to Award to the respective volume of the Illinois Procurement Bulletin.
(c) Emergency purchase disclosure. Any chief procurement officer or State
purchasing officer exercising emergency purchase authority under
this Code shall publish a written description and reasons and the total cost,
if known, or an estimate if unknown and the name of the responsible chief
procurement officer and State purchasing officer, and the business or person
contracted with for all emergency purchases in
the Bulletin. The notice for an emergency procurement other than the extension of an emergency contract must be posted in the online electronic Bulletin no later than 5 calendar days after the contract is awarded, and notice for the extension of an emergency contract must be posted in the online electronic Bulletin no later than 7 calendar days after the extension is executed.
(c-5) Business Enterprise Program report. Each purchasing agency shall, with the assistance of the applicable chief procurement officer, post in the online electronic Bulletin a copy of its annual report of utilization of businesses owned by minorities, women, and persons with disabilities as submitted to the Business Enterprise Council for Minorities, Women, and Persons with Disabilities pursuant to Section 6(c) of the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Women, and Persons with Disabilities Act within 10 calendar days after its submission of its report to the Council.
(c-10) Renewals. Notice of each contract renewal shall be posted in the Bulletin within 14 calendar days of the determination to execute a renewal of the contract. The notice shall include at least all of the information required in subsection (a) or (b), as applicable.
(c-15) Sole source procurements. Before entering into a sole source contract, a chief procurement officer exercising sole source procurement authority under this Code shall publish a written description of intent to enter into a sole source contract along with a description of the item to be procured and the intended sole source contractor. This notice must be posted in the online electronic Procurement Bulletin before a sole source contract is awarded and at least 14 calendar days before the hearing required by Section 20-25.
(d) Other required disclosure. The applicable chief procurement officer
shall provide by rule for the organized publication of all other disclosure
required in other Sections of this Code in a timely manner.
(e) The changes to subsections (b), (c), (c-5), (c-10), and (c-15) of this Section made by Public Act 96-795 apply to reports submitted, offers made, and notices on contracts executed on or after July 1, 2010 (the effective date of Public Act 96-795). The changes made to subsection (c) by this amendatory Act of the 102nd General Assembly apply only to emergency contract extensions executed on or after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 102nd General Assembly.
(f) Each chief procurement officer shall, in consultation with the agencies under his or her jurisdiction, provide the Procurement Policy Board with the information and resources necessary, and in a manner, to effectuate the purpose of Public Act 96-1444.
(Source: P.A. 102-1119, eff. 1-23-23.)