Article 4A-101 of the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act Excerpt
(5 ILCS 420/4A-101.5)
Sec. 4A-101.5. Persons required to file with the county clerk. The following persons shall file verified written statements of economic interests with the county clerk, as provided in this Article:
- Persons who are elected to office in a unit of local government, and candidates for nomination or election to that office, including regional superintendents of school districts.
- Persons appointed to the governing board of a unit of local government, or of a special district, and persons appointed to a zoning board, or zoning board of appeals, or to a regional, county, or municipal plan commission, or to a board of review of any county, and persons appointed to the Board of the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority and any Trustee appointed under Section 22 of the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority Act, and persons appointed to a board or commission of a unit of local government who have authority to authorize the expenditure of public funds. This subsection (b) does not apply to members of boards or commissions who function in an advisory capacity.
- Persons who are employed by a unit of local government and are compensated for services as employees and not as independent contractors, and who:
- are, or function as, the head of a department, division, bureau, authority, or other administrative unit within the unit of local government, or who exercise similar authority within the unit of local government;
- have direct supervisory authority over, or direct responsibility for the formulation, negotiation, issuance, or execution of contracts entered into by the unit of local government in the amount of $1,000 or greater;
- have authority to approve licenses and permits by the unit of local government, but not including employees who function in a ministerial capacity;
- adjudicate, arbitrate, or decide any judicial or administrative proceeding, or review the adjudication, arbitration, or decision of any judicial or administrative proceeding within the authority of the unit of local government;
- have authority to issue or adopt rules and regulations within areas under the authority of the unit of local government; or
- have supervisory responsibility for 20 or more employees of the unit of local government.
- Persons employed by a school district in positions that require that person to hold an administrative or a chief school business official endorsement.
- Members of the board of any pension fund established under the Illinois Pension Code, if not required to file under any other provision of this Section.
(Source: P.A. 101-221, eff. 8-9-19.)
View the full statute: (5 ILCS 420/) Illinois Governmental Ethics Act.