§ 26. (a) As soon after the end of each fiscal year as may be expedient, the Board shall
cause to be prepared and printed a complete and detailed report and financial statement
of its operations and of its assets and liabilities. A reasonably sufficient number of copies of such report shall be printed for distribution
to persons interested, upon request, and a copy thereof shall be filed with the Governor,
the Mayor, the General Assembly and the Park District President. Within 6 months after the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1985, or as soon
thereafter as is possible, the Authority shall adopt an accounting system which shall
not be implemented until it has been approved by the Auditor General as appropriate
for the Authority's operations.
(b) With respect to construction by the Authority funded in whole or in part with
State or borrowed funds, including the Project, the Authority shall prepare a monthly
report of the progress of construction. The report shall include a discussion of: (1) the status of construction; (2)
delays or anticipated delays in the completion of the construction; (3) cost overruns;
(4) funds available for construction and the current construction budget; (5) the
status of the implementation of the Authority's affirmative action program by contractor,
trade and levels of skill; and (6) any problems, or anticipated problems, with respect
to construction or costs of construction. The monthly reports required by this Section shall be submitted to the Governor,
the Mayor and the General Assembly.
In connection with any construction by the Authority funded in whole or in part by
State or borrowed funds, including the Project, the Authority will, when such construction
is to be done by a general contractor or a construction manager operating in a general
contractor capacity, institute a quality assurance program, including independent
quality control inspections. The Authority will file not less frequently than quarterly written reports on the
results of its quality assurance program with the Governor, the Mayor and the General
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