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  1. Article number 1 - Total Retiree Advantage Illinois (TRAIL) Program
  2. Article number 2 - Free Seasonal Flu Shots for State Employees and Retirees!
  3. Article number 3 - Grow business revenue, Increase business capacity, Enhance your credentials
  4. Article number 4 - Let’s Keep Illinois Green
  5. Article number 5 - Illinois JobLink
  •  Total Retiree Advantage Illinois (TRAIL) ProgramTotal Retiree Advantage Illinois (TRAIL) Program

    The 2014 Trail Open Enrollment Period Will be Held October 15th Through November 15th With Coverage Elections and Changes Effective January 1, 2015

    Members of the group insurance programs must be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B in order to be eligible for the Total Retiree Advantage Illinois (TRAIL) Program. In addition, any covered dependent must also be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B in order to be eligible for TRAIL coverage. If either the member or any dependent on the member’s insurance through the State is not enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, neither will be eligible for TRAIL Medicare Advantage plans.

  •  Free Seasonal Flu Shots for State Employees and Retirees!Free Seasonal Flu Shots for State Employees and Retirees!

    Over the next several weeks, the Department of Central Management Services will be providing free seasonal flu immunizations to State of Illinois employees, retirees and survivors enrolled in either the Quality Care Health Plan (QCHP), a State-sponsored managed care plan or one of the State-sponsored Medicare Advantage plans.

    Dates and times are subject to change, so check the schedule periodically.

  •  Grow business revenue, Increase business capacity, Enhance your credentialsGrow business revenue, Increase business capacity, Enhance your credentials

    Do you qualify for the BEP Program?

    • At least 51 percent owned and controlled by persons who are minority, women or designated as disabled
    • Must be a United States citizen or resident alien
    • Annual gross sales of less than $75 million
  •  Let’s Keep Illinois GreenLet’s Keep Illinois Green

    The State of Illinois' Recycling programs allow state agencies to recycle a variety of items and materials.

    I-Cycle
    Recycle paper, cardboard, aluminum cans, old telephone directories, scrap metal fluorescent light bulbs, batteries, laser printer cartridges, VCR Tapes, Data Tapes and silver bearing materials.

    E-Cycle
    E-Cycle provides recycling or proper disposal of electronic equipment, such as PCs, copiers, monitors, printers and wires.

  •  Illinois JobLinkIllinois JobLink

    Illinois JobLink is your best source for posting and finding jobs in the state of Illinois. Whether you're looking for that perfect job, that perfect employee or information on an industry or workforce, Illinois JobLink is for you.

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