SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Janet Yang Rohr, D-Naperville, will consider cost-saving measures proposed by Illinois state employees and residents as a part of her appointment to the State Government Suggestion Award Board (SGSAB).
“Innovative approaches to saving taxpayer money are essential to the health of Illinois’ economy,” said Yang Rohr. “I am honored to have been appointed to a board that aims to make our state run more efficiently, and I am excited to have a role in such vital work.”
The SGSAB welcomes Illinois residents and state employees to suggest original ideas to make the government more efficient and effective. Individuals who provide ideas found to save state money can be rewarded up to $5,000, depending on the amount of savings to the state. A complete list of rules and an online submission form for suggestions can be found at https://bit.ly/ILSGSAB. For more information, contact Rep. Yang Rohr’s district office at 630-296-4157 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The SGSAB gives Illinois residents a unique opportunity to directly participate in our government, which is crucial to the long-term sustainability of our democracy,” said Yang Rohr. “I urge everyone in our community to share their ideas about how our government can run smarter and more efficiently.”