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HB 5511: Procurement Code

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Jay C. Hoffman (D-113)

Summary:
Amends the State Procurement Code; provides that cumulative small purchases under a specified amount made in a previously non-contemplated manner by the same or separate individuals or departments within an agency or university that exceed the small purchase threshold do not constitute stringing and are allowable under the Code; removes language that provides that the State construction agency will retain ownership of any design documents completed by the progressive design-build entity.

Last Action: May 28,2024: Passed Both Houses

DBIA Position: Support

HB 5479: Progressive Design Build Pilot Program Act

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Kevin Olickal (D-016)

Summary:
Creates the Progressive Design-Build Pilot Program Act; provides that the Capital Development Board may elect to use the progressive design-build delivery method; provides that progressive design-build delivery method means a project delivery process in which both the design and construction of a project are procured from a single entity that is selected through a qualifications-based selection at the earliest feasible stage of the project.

Last Action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Support

SB 3772: Progressive Design Build Pilot Program Act

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Ram Villivalam (D-008)

Summary:
Creates the Progressive Design-Build Pilot Program Act; provides that the Capital Development Board may elect to use the progressive design-build delivery method; provides that progressive design-build delivery method means a project delivery process in which both the design and construction of a project are procured from a single entity that is selected through a qualifications-based selection at the earliest feasible stage of the project.

Last action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Support

HB 5496: South Suburban Airport Act

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Will Davis (D-030)

Summary:
Amends the Public-Private Agreements for the South Suburban Airport Act; provides that in addition to the prequalification process under the act, the Department of Transportation shall accept any unsolicited bids for the South Suburban Airport received pursuant to the Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation Act; provides that nothing within the provisions shall be construed to restrict the obligations of the Department to respond to any unsolicited bids under the Public-Private Partnerships.

Last action: May 26, 2024: Passed Both Houses.

DBIA Position: Support

SB 3673: Agreements for the South Suburban Airport Act

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Napoleon Harris (D-015)

Summary:
Amends the Public-Private Agreements for the South Suburban Airport Act; provides that in addition to the prequalification process in the Act, the Department of Transportation shall accept any unsolicited bids for the South Suburban Airport received pursuant to the Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation Act; provides that nothing in this provision inhibits or restricts the obligations of the Department to respond to any unsolicited bids under the Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation.

Last action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Support

SB 3936: Clean and Equitable Transportation

Introduced: 5/1/24 by Ram Villivalam (D-008)

Summary:
Creates the Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act, and establishes the Metropolitan Mobility Authority; provides that the Chicago Transit Authority, the Commuter Rail Division and the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Regional Transportation Authority are consolidated into the Metropolitan Mobility Authority and the Service Boards are abolished.

Last Action: May 1, 2024: To SENATE Committee on ASSIGNMENTS.

DBIA Position: Monitor

SB 3937: Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act

Introduced: 5/1/24 by Ram Villivalam (D-008)

Summary:
Creates the Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act, and establishes the Metropolitan Mobility Authority; provides that the Chicago Transit Authority, the Commuter Rail Division and the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Regional Transportation Authority are consolidated into the Metropolitan Mobility Authority and the Service Boards are abolished.

Last Action: May 1, 2024: To SENATE Committee on ASSIGNMENTS.

DBIA Position: Monitor

SB 3620: Public Private Partnerships for Transportation Act

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Ram Villivalam (D-008)

Summary:
Amends the Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation Act; deletes the definition of transportation agency; modifies the definition of proposer; provides that a responsible public entity may not receive unsolicited proposals for a project; deletes provisions that allowed unsolicited proposals for projects if specified guidelines were met.

Last action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Monitor

SB 3651: Electric Vehicle Charging Tax Act

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Ram Villivalam (D-008)

Summary:
Creates the Electric Vehicle Charging Tax Act; provides that a tax is imposed on the privilege of engaging in business as an electric vehicle power provider in this State; provides that, from January 1, 2025 through January 1, 2026, the rate of tax shall be $0.06 per kilowatt hour of electric vehicle power; provides that the rate of tax shall be increased on January 1 of each year by the percentage increase, if any, in the Consumer Price Index.

Last action: Feb 9, 2024: To SENATE Committee on ASSIGNMENTS.

DBIA Position: Monitor

HB 5381: Municipal Code

Introduced: 2/9/24 by Anthony DeLuca (D-080)

Summary:
Amends the Municipal Design-Build Contracts Division of the Municipal Code and the School Design-Build Contracts Article of the School Code; provides that a municipality or school district may use the design-build process to compare and potentially enter into contracts with design-build entities or design professionals; provides that design-build entities and design professionals must also include qualifications as well as proposals.

Last action: Apr 5, 2024: Rule 19(a)/ Re-referred to RULES Committee.

DBIA Position: Monitor

HB 5823: Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act

Introduced: 4/29/24 by Kambium Buckner (D-026)

Summary:
Creates the Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act, and establishes the Metropolitan Mobility Authority; provides that the Chicago Transit Authority, the Commuter Rail Division and the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Regional Transportation Authority are consolidated into the Metropolitan Mobility Authority and the Service Boards are abolished.

Last action: Apr 30, 2024: To HOUSE Committee on RULES.

DBIA Position: Monitor

HB 5825: Transportation Law of the Civil Administrative Code

Introduced: 4/29/24 by Mary Beth Canty (D-054)

Summary:
Creates the Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act, and establishes the Metropolitan Mobility Authority; provides that the Chicago Transit Authority, the Commuter Rail Division and the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Regional Transportation Authority are consolidated into the Metropolitan Mobility Authority and the Service Boards are abolished.

Last action: Apr 30, 2024: To HOUSE Committee on RULES.

DBIA Position: Monitor

HB 5829: Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act

Introduced: 4/29/24 by Eva Delgado (D-003)

Summary:
Creates the Metropolitan Mobility Authority Act, and establishes the Metropolitan Mobility Authority; provides that the Chicago Transit Authority, the Commuter Rail Division and the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority, and the Regional Transportation Authority are consolidated into the Metropolitan Mobility Authority and the Service Boards are abolished.

Last action: Apr 30, 2024: To HOUSE Committee on RULES.

DBIA Position: Monitor

HB 4441: Minority and Women Owned Business Contracts

Introduced: 1/12/24 by Daniel Didech (D-059)

Summary:
Provides that the board of trustees and corporate authorities of the various local governmental entities referenced in the named acts and codes may establish aspirational goals for the awarding of contracts to minority-owned businesses, women-owned businesses and business owned by a person with a disability.

Last action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Monitor

SB 1919: Public Private Partnerships Act

Introduced: 02/9/23 by John F. Curran (R-041)

Summary:
Creates the Public-Private Partnerships Act; provides that the intent of the act, among others, is to authorize responsible public entities to develop and enter into public-private partnership agreements for qualifying projects which result in the availability of such projects to the public in a more timely and less costly fashion, thereby serving the public safety, benefit, and welfare; creates the Infrastructure Investment Commission, including its membership and duties; establishes the qualification.

Last Action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Monitor

SB 3907: Procurement Code

Introduced: 02/28/24 by Cristina Castro (D-022)

Summary:
Amends the Procurement Code; provides that contracts for bond underwriting services entered into by the State Toll Highway Authority in connection with the competitive bid or negotiated sale of bonds in which the State is not obligated; provides that such contracts shall be awarded through a competitive process authorized by the members of the State Toll Highway Authority and are subject to specified provisions of the Code as well as the final approval by the members of the State Toll Highway Authority.

Last Action: May 25, 2024: In SENATE. Rule 2-10 Committee/3rd Reading Deadline Established As May 26, 2024.

DBIA Position: Monitor