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92_HB5937eng HB5937 Engrossed LRB9214555JSpcA 1 AN ACT concerning the State budget. 2 Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, 3 represented in the General Assembly: 4 Section 5. The State Budget Law of the Civil 5 Administrative Code of Illinois is amended by changing 6 Section 50-5 as follows: 7 (15 ILCS 20/50-5) (was 15 ILCS 20/38) 8 Sec. 50-5. Governor to submit State budget. The Governor 9 shall, as soon as possible and not later than the third 10 Wednesday in February of each year beginning in 1998, submit 11 a State budget, embracing therein the amounts recommended by 12 the Governor to be appropriated to the respective 13 departments, offices, and institutions, and for all other 14 public purposes, the estimated revenues from taxation, the 15 estimated revenues from sources other than taxation, and an 16 estimate of the amount required to be raised by taxation. 17 The amounts recommended by the Governor for appropriation to 18 the respective departments, offices and institutions shall be 19 formulated according to the various functions and activities 20 for which the respective department, office or institution of 21 the State government (including the elective officers in the 22 executive department and including the University of Illinois 23 and the judicial department) is responsible. The amounts 24 relating to particular functions and activities shall be 25 further formulated in accordance with the object 26 classification specified in Section 13 of the State Finance 27 Act. State budgets submitted for fiscal years 2007 and 28 thereafter must be prepared using the performance measures 29 developed under Section 6.5 of the Bureau of the Budget Act. 30 The Governor shall not propose expenditures and the 31 General Assembly shall not enact appropriations that exceed HB5937 Engrossed -2- LRB9214555JSpcA 1 the resources estimated to be available, as provided in this 2 Section. 3 For the purposes of Article VIII, Section 2 of the 1970 4 Illinois Constitution, the State budget for the following 5 funds shall be prepared on the basis of revenue and 6 expenditure measurement concepts that are in concert with 7 generally accepted accounting principles for governments: 8 (1) General Revenue Fund. 9 (2) Common School Fund. 10 (3) Educational Assistance Fund. 11 (4) Road Fund. 12 (5) Motor Fuel Tax Fund. 13 (6) Agricultural Premium Fund. 14 These funds shall be known as the "budgeted funds". The 15 revenue estimates used in the State budget for the budgeted 16 funds shall include the estimated beginning fund balance, 17 plus revenues estimated to be received during the budgeted 18 year, plus the estimated receipts due the State as of June 30 19 of the budgeted year that are expected to be collected during 20 the lapse period following the budgeted year, minus the 21 receipts collected during the first 2 months of the budgeted 22 year that became due to the State in the year before the 23 budgeted year. Revenues shall also include estimated federal 24 reimbursements associated with the recognition of Section 25 25 of the State Finance Act liabilities. For any budgeted fund 26 for which current year revenues are anticipated to exceed 27 expenditures, the surplus shall be considered to be a 28 resource available for expenditure in the budgeted fiscal 29 year. 30 Expenditure estimates for the budgeted funds included in 31 the State budget shall include the costs to be incurred by 32 the State for the budgeted year, to be paid in the next 33 fiscal year, excluding costs paid in the budgeted year which 34 were carried over from the prior year, where the payment is HB5937 Engrossed -3- LRB9214555JSpcA 1 authorized by Section 25 of the State Finance Act. For any 2 budgeted fund for which expenditures are expected to exceed 3 revenues in the current fiscal year, the deficit shall be 4 considered as a use of funds in the budgeted fiscal year. 5 Revenues and expenditures shall also include transfers 6 between funds that are based on revenues received or costs 7 incurred during the budget year. 8 By March 15 of each year, the Economic and Fiscal 9 Commission shall prepare revenue and fund transfer estimates 10 in accordance with the requirements of this Section and 11 report those estimates to the General Assembly and the 12 Governor. 13 For all funds other than the budgeted funds, the proposed 14 expenditures shall not exceed funds estimated to be available 15 for the fiscal year as shown in the budget. Appropriation 16 for a fiscal year shall not exceed funds estimated by the 17 General Assembly to be available during that year. 18 (Source: P.A. 90-479, eff. 8-17-97; 91-239, eff. 1-1-00.) 19 Section 10. The Bureau of the Budget Act is amended by 20 adding Section 6.5 as follows: 21 (20 ILCS 3005/6.5 new) 22 Sec. 6.5. Development of program objectives and 23 performance measures for State programs and agencies. 24 (a) The General Assembly finds that the public 25 accountability of State agency programs will be enhanced by: 26 (1) making State government more result-oriented; 27 (2) increasing public awareness of the efficacy of 28 State government programs; 29 (3) facilitating informed decision-making on the 30 allocation of State resources; and 31 (4) increasing public access to information on 32 State government programs. HB5937 Engrossed -4- LRB9214555JSpcA 1 (b) The Bureau, in cooperation with the Comptroller and 2 State agencies, shall develop program objectives and 3 performance measures for State programs. In developing the 4 program objectives and performance measures, the Bureau must 5 incorporate the data developed under subsection (c). The 6 program objectives shall be developed by October 1, 2004. The 7 Governor may appoint an advisory commission to participate in 8 developing program goals and objectives. Members of the 9 commission shall serve without compensation, but may be 10 reimbursed for their reasonable expenses incurred in carrying 11 out their duties. 12 Performance measures to measure progress in achieving 13 program goals and objectives shall be developed by October 1, 14 2005. The performance measures must be used in preparing and 15 presenting State budgets for fiscal years 2007 and 16 thereafter. The performance measures shall be integrated 17 with the budget so that expenditures and other program inputs 18 can be associated with program goals and performance 19 measures. 20 (c) The Bureau shall continue the performance management 21 practices being conducted by the Office of the Governor on 22 and before February 28, 2002. These practices include, but 23 are not limited to: 24 (1) the development of mission statements, goals, 25 and objectives for State agencies and programs; 26 (2) the evaluation of the results and 27 accomplishments of State agencies and programs; and 28 (3) the development of outcome indicators, 29 cost-effectiveness indicators, and external benchmarks 30 for State agencies and programs. 31 The Bureau shall provide the information developed from 32 these performance management practices to the Comptroller and 33 cooperate with the Comptroller in the reporting and 34 publishing the data developed through these performance HB5937 Engrossed -5- LRB9214555JSpcA 1 management practices. The application of these performance 2 management practices shall be extended annually until the 3 budget and performance of all State agencies and programs are 4 evaluated in accordance with these performance management 5 practices. 6 Section 15. The State Comptroller Act is amended by 7 adding Section 6.05 as follows: 8 (15 ILCS 405/6.05 new) 9 Sec. 6.05. Publication of performance management 10 practices data. The Comptroller shall, in cooperation with 11 the Bureau of the Budget, compile and publish the data 12 developed under subsection (b) of Section 6.5 of the Bureau 13 of the Budget Act. 14 Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon 15 becoming law.
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