Final Report Released
The Human Services Commission's final report is now available for public review.
Human Services Commission Extended until December 31, 2012
Governor Quinn has extended the life of the Commission and established priorities for the Commission to focus on:
2) Budgeting for Results
3) Rationalizing our delivery system
Governor's Letter Extending the Commission
Third Report Released
The Human Services Commission's third report is now available for public review.
17th Meeting: November 14, 2012, 1pm-4pm
Location: JRTC, Rm. 2-025
- Rebalancing Recommendations Minority Report Irving
- Rebalancing Recommendations Minority Report Jeffers
- Rebalancing Recommendations Minority report Choslovsky
16th meeting: Wednesday, September 12, 2012, 9-12pm
Location: JRTC, Rm. 2-025
Advisory Panel to Focus on Best Practices, Recommendations
CHICAGO – December 17, 2009. Governor Pat Quinn today made appointments to the Illinois Human Services Commission. The new Commission will make recommendations to the Governor and General Assembly about providing high quality human services to Illinois citizens.
“Even in these tough economic times, it’s important that we always focus on providing vital human services to those in need,” said Governor Quinn. “This Commission will serve that important call to duty by recognizing and recommending practices that will ensure our State provides high-quality, efficient and effective services now and in the future.”
Governor Quinn named Toni Irving and Ngoan Le as co-chairs of the Commission. Irving is Deputy Chief of Staff for the Office of the Governor. Le is a longtime public servant and Vice President of Programs at the Chicago Community Trust. (Irving Background, Le Background)
The Commission is comprised of members with expertise in both the public and private sectors. On November 22, Governor Quinn signed an executive order creating the commission and naming Toni Irving and Ngoan Le as co-chairs of the Commission. Irving is Deputy Chief of Staff for the Office of the Governor. Le is a longtime public servant and Vice President of Programs at the Chicago Community Trust. The group also includes: two legislators from each of the four caucuses; chief administrators of eight of the State’s major human service agencies; human service advocates and community leaders; and two co-chairs designated by the Governor.
The members of the Human Services Commission include:
J. Maichle Bacon
Dr. Craig Conover
Sen. William Delgado
Rep. Sara Feigenholtz
Sen. Mattie Hunter
Rep. Naomi Jakobsson
Rep. David Leitch
Soo Ji Min
Rep. Rosemary Mulligan
Sen. Carole Pankau
Dee Ann Ryan
Sen. Dave Syverson
The Executive Order also states the Commission’s membership shall “reflect regional, racial, and cultural diversity to ensure representation of all Illinois citizens.”
The Commission will address issues such as the process for determining fair, adequate and timely reimbursement; efficient management of publicly-funded programs and services; and projections for future human services need in Illinois. The Commission will hold public hearings. (Executive Order)
The Commission will submit an initial report on its progress and objectives to the Governor and the General Assembly by June 30, 2010. The Commission will then submit interim reports on November 30, 2010 and April 30, 2011, and a final report outlining its findings and recommendations no later than November 22, 2011.