Notices issued by the Chief Procurement Office, and notices required by statute, are published here.
- these notices communicate information and establish procedures for carrying out procurement tasks in compliance with the Illinois Procurement Code.
Chief Procurement Office Notices
CPO #1 (Procurement and Contract Authority
CPO #2 (Contract Extensions)
CPO #3 (Emergency Purchases)
CPO #4 (Timely Execution of Contracts and Start of Work)
CPO #5 (Determinations of Non-Reponsiveness and Non-Responsibility)
CPO Notice 2013.01 (Subcontract Disclosure and Certification)
SPO #1 (Proceed Orders)
SPO #2 (Emergency Procurements)
SPO #3 (Architect/Engineering (A/E) Modifications and Contract Change Orders)
Sample 2011 Multi-Year Contract Recertification Letter
Prohibition of Political Contributions - 30ILCS 500/50-37
- Prohibition of Political Contributions Section 50-37 of the Illinois Procurement Code prohibits certain types of political contributions from business entities and affiliated persons of business with bids, proposals or contracts in excess of $50,000 annually. The following are notices of prohibited contributions that have been published in the Illinois Register.
Prohibition of Political Contributions 50-37 Notices
B & B Electric, Inc. - June 30, 2010
Shive-Hattery, Inc. - June 30, 2009
FW Electric, Inc. - June 30, 2010
Kaskaskia Engineering Group, LLC - December 7, 2009
Holabird and Root, LLC - November 10, 2010
PirTano Construction Company - October 5, 2010
KJWW Engineering Consultants - September 14, 2010
Felmley-Dickerson Company - July 1, 2010
Pursuant to the Illinois Procurement Code 30 ILCS 500 each CPO is required to publish certain reports.
Please find a list of such reports below:
FY 2012 SDVOSB
CDB FY2013 Small Business Compliance Plan
CDB FY2012 Small Business Utilization Report
FY12 Sole Source Report
FY11 Sole Source Report
SBCA Annual Report March 1, 2012
FY11 Small Business Set-Aside Program Report