Revolving Door

Revolving Door

 

 

https://www2.illinois.gov/oeig/revolvingdoor/pages/revolvingdoorinstructions.aspx
Revolving Door
The Ethics Act requires the OEIG to determine whether certain State employees, appointees, and officials are restricted from accepting specific employment opportunities or compensation upon leaving State government. Generally, revolving door restrictions under the Ethics Act are intended to prevent former public servants who participated in contracting, licensing, or regulatory decisions from accepting employment from an entity that was directly implicated in those decisions. In order for the OEIG to make a revolving door determination, certain current and former state employees are required to notify the OEIG when offered employment or compensation from a non-state employer.
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https://www2.illinois.gov/oeig/about/Pages/writeus.aspx

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https://www2.illinois.gov/agencies/OEIG
Executive Inspector General, Office of
The OEIG investigates allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, misconduct, and violations of the Ethics Act (5 ILCS 430) by State of Illinois employees under the jurisdiction of the governor, public universities, regional transit boards, or others doing business with these entities. In addition, the OEIG oversees ethics training, makes revolving door determinations for individuals under its jurisdiction, and monitors State hiring sequences and processes.