A state panel on Tuesday found that the University of Illinois violated state law by awarding a $4.6 million contract for work on the Urbana-Champaign campus to an architectural firm partly owned by the husband of the administrator who oversees campus planning projects, The Chicago Tribune reported. The state panel expressed frustration both over the contract and the failure of the university to promptly inform the board of the agreement. The matter now goes to the state's inspector general.
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