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Collected by: Library of Virginia

Archived since: Jun, 2006

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Title: Port of Virginia Blog

URL: http://blog.portofvirginia.com/

Description: Blog of the Virginia Port Authority. In August 2014, blog content moved to newsroom section of new Virginia Port Authority website.

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Subject:   Harbors - Virginia. Shipping - Virginia. Virginia Port Authority.

Title: Virginia Housing Development Authority

URL: http://blog.vhda.com/

Description: Blog of the Virgilnia Housing Development Authority. VHDA is a self-supporting, not-for-profit organization created by the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1972, to help Virginians attain quality, affordable housing. VHDA provides mortgages, primarily for first-time homebuyers and developers of quality rental housing. We use no state taxpayer dollars, but raise money in the capital markets to fund our loans. We also teach free homeownership classes, and help people with disabilities and the elderly make their homes more livable. VHDA works with lenders, developers, local governments, community service organizations and others to help put quality housing within the reach of every Virginian.

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Subject:   Virginia Housing Development Authority. Home ownership - Virginia - Finance. Low-income housing - Virginia. Mortgage loans - Virginia.

Title: Brown vs Board

URL: http://brownscholarship.virginia.gov/

Description: The Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Program was established in accordance with § 30-231.8  ß of the Code of Virginia for the purpose of providing a public education to persons who were denied an education in the public schools of Virginia between 1954 and 1964, in jurisdictions in which the public schools were closed to avoid desegregation.

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Subject:   Scholarships - Virginia. Student aid - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Division of Legislative Automated Systems.

Title: [Virginia] Human Rights Council

URL: http://chr.vipnet.org/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To safeguard all individuals within the Commonwealth from unlawful discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, or disability, in places of public accommodation, including educational institutions, real estate transactions, and employment; to preserve the public safety, health, and general welfare, and to further the interests, rights, and privileges of individuals in the Commonwealth. Effective July 1, 2012, the functions performed by the Human Rights Council have transferred to the Office of Attorney General, Division of Human Rights, pursuant to HB 1291 and SB 678.

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Subject:   Virginia Human Rights Council. Virginia. Secretary of Administration. Human rights - Virginia. Civil rights - Virginia. Virginia. Office of the Attorney General.

Title: Virginia Code Commission

URL: http://codecommission.dls.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: Established in 1946 to re-codify and republish the Code of Virginia. The commission now codifies the Acts of the General Assembly and revises portions of the Code of Virginia as needed.

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Subject:   Legislative bodies - Virginia. Virginia Code Commission. Delegated legislation - Virginia. Law - Virginia.

Title: Route 7 Corridor Improvements

URL: http://connectroute7.org/

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Title: Division of Legislative Automated Systems

URL: http://dlas.virginia.gov/

Description: The Division of Legislative Automated Systems (DLAS) is the Virginia General Assembly's information technology agency. As such, we take seriously our responsibility to facilitate and support the legislative process through the effective use of technology and collaborative partnerships. Our goal is not only to serve but to add value by making the legislative process a more efficient and cost-effective enterprise.

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Division of Legislative Automated Systems. Technology - Information services - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly.

Title: Division of Legislative Services

URL: http://dls.virginia.gov/

Description: The Division of Legislative Services is the legislative branch agency created statutorily by the General Assembly to provide nonpartisan legal and general research services to members of the General Assembly and its standing committees in the House of Delegates and Senate of Virginia.

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Virginia. General Assembly. Division of Legislative Services. Legislation - Virginia. Legislative bodies - Virginia. Bill drafting - Virginia.

Title: Welcome to the Official Redistricting Web Site of the Commonwealth of Virginia

URL: http://dlsgis.state.va.us/

Description: Welcome to the Virginia Division of Legislative Services (DLS) redistricting homepage. This web site uses various data formats to provide Virginia legislators and the public with information on legislative districts and plans that were proposed during the 2010 redistricting session.

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Division of Legislative Services. Election districts - Virginia. Apportionment (Election law) - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly - Election districts.

URL: http://dof.virginia.gov/covid/index.htm

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Title: Employee Suggestion Program archived website

URL: http://esp.dhrm.virginia.gov/

Description: Archived website of the Virginia Employee Suggestion Program (ESP). ESP provided a way for employees of the agencies of the Commonwealth of Virginia to receive money or paid time off by developing and submitting a suggestion that benefits the Commonwealth. The Department of Human Resource Management (DHR) administered by the program. DHRM received suggestions and distributed them for evaluation, maintained records, developed program materials, and set policies and procedures. Participating state agencies designated Agency ESP Coordinators who implemented the program at the agency level and were available to give program information and assistance to employees. The program was active during 2010. Description based on contents viewed on 26 October 2018. Title devised by archivist (15 January 2010 capture)

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Human Resource Management. Civil service - Virginia - Personnel management.

Title: Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council

URL: http://ethics.dls.virginia.gov/

Description: The Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council was created by the General Assembly to encourage and facilitate compliance with the State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act (§ 2.2-3100 et seq.), the General Assembly Conflict of Interests Act (§ 30-100 et seq.) and the lobbying laws in Article 3 (§ 2.2-418 et seq.) The Council is also responsible for receiving lobbyist disclosures and Conflict of Interest disclosures from members of the General Assembly, state officers and employees, constitutional officers and members of the judiciary.

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Subject:   Conflict of interests - Virginia. Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council.

Title: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council

URL: http://foiacouncil.dls.virginia.gov/foiacouncil.htm

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: Encourage and facilitate compliance with the Freedom of Information Act. Furnish, upon request, advisory opinions or guidelines, and other appropriate information regarding the Freedom of Information Act (§ 2.1-340 et seq.) to any person or agency of state or local government, in an expeditious manner. Conduct training seminars and educational programs for the members and staff of public bodies and other interested persons on the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act. Publish educational materials, as it deems appropriate on the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act. Request from any agency of state or local government such assistance, services and information as will enable the Council to effectively carry out its responsibilities.

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Subject:   Government information - Virginia. Legislative bodies Virginia. Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council. Freedom of information - Virginia. Public records - Access control - Virginia.

Title: Foster My Future

URL: http://fostermyfuture.com/

Description: Foster youth are eligible to receive services through the Independent Living Program (ILP) at the age of 14 and may continue receiving services until age 21 if they are in the custody or placement responsibility of a local department of social services. Qualifying placements include those in foster homes, residential treatment centers and group homes. Fostering Futures enables LDSS to extend foster care financial and social support and services up to age 21 for two groups of young adults who reach age 18 on or after July 1, 2016: Youth who are in foster care when they reach age 18; and, Youth who were in foster care at the time of commitment to the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) and are released from DJJ after age 18 and prior to turning 21.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Social Services. Foster children - Services for - Virginia.

Title: Greening Virginia's Capitol: A Partnership for a Healthy James River

URL: http://greenvacapitol.org/

Description: Virginia’s Capitol Square is “going green” by making some changes to how stormwater runoff is managed on the Capitol grounds, adjacent streets and nearby alleys. The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) has partnered with the Department of General Services (DGS) and the City of Richmond to implement this project funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

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Subject:   Capitols - Virginia - Richmond. Virginia State Capitol (Richmond, Va.) Virginia - Capital and capitol. Landscape design - Virginia - Richmond.

Title: Virginia House of Delegates, House Appropriations Committee, House Appropriations Committee - Virginia House of Delegates

URL: http://hac.virginia.gov/

Description: Web site of the House Appropriations Commitee.

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Committee on Appropriations. Budget - Virginia. Government spending policy - Virginia. Virginia - Appropriations and expenditures.

Title: I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements

URL: http://i64i264improvements.org/

Description: The I-64/I-264 Interchange Improvements Project, over two phases, will provide approximately 4 miles of interstate improvements from the Twin Bridges in Norfolk to the Witchduck Road interchange in Virginia Beach. The improvements will provide additional capacity, reduce daily congestion and improve safety and traffic operations in the corridor.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Transportation - Virginia.

URL: http://i64widening.org/

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Title: Interstate Mining Compact Commission

URL: http://imcc.isa.us/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: Advance the protection and restoration of land, water and other resources affected by mining; Assist in the reduction or elimination or counteracting of pollution or deterioration of land, water and air attributable to mining. Assist the party States in their efforts to facilitate the use of land and other resources affected by mining, so that such use may be consistent with sound land use, public health, and public safety.

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Subject:   Mines and mineral resources - United States. Interstate Mining Compact Commission. Interstate Compacts

Title: I-81 Improvement Program

URL: http://improve81.org/

Description: As part of Virginia’s $2 billion Interstate 81 Corridor Improvement Program, the Virginia Department of Transportation has launched a new website detailing projects that are underway and planned. As most jurisdictions in the Commonwealth have entered Phase Three of the “Forward Virginia” plan for easing health restrictions due to the coronavirus, traffic volume is beginning to increase on our roadways. Transportation planners and the traveling public can find information on Interstate 81 (I-81) projects at Improve81.org. The website offers information on 64 funded operational and capital improvement projects that are expected to result in 450 fewer crashes and 6 million fewer hours of delay each year. Improvements include traffic cameras and changeable message signs, lane extensions and curve improvements, as well as adding or widening lanes in some sections of the corridor. The website contains a number of useful features, including: An interactive map with detailed project information, including locations and construction timelines I-81 Committee agendas and meeting minutes Planning documents, financial reports, and related transportation studies Opportunities to provide input, interact on social media, and subscribe to the project’s e-newsletter Website launched on 24 July 2020.

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URL: http://improve95.org/

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Title: Virginia Council on Indians

URL: http://indians.vipnet.org/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The council shall research issues of concern to the Indian tribes in the Commonwealth. Eliminated by Virginia General Assembly effective 1 July 2012.

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Subject:   Virginia Council on Indians. Indians of North America - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Indian Commemorative Commission

URL: http://indiantribute.virginia.gov/

Description: To determine and recommend to the General Assembly an appropriate monument in Capitol Square to commemorate the life, achievements, and legacy of American Indians in the Commonwealth. The Commission shall determine and recommend to the General Assembly an appropriate monument in Capitol Square to commemorate the life, achievements, and legacy of American Indians in the Commonwealth. The Commission shall seek private funding for the operation and support of the Commission and the erection of an appropriate monument. However, the costs of implementation of the Commission, its work, and the compensation and reimbursement of members shall be borne by the Commission from such private funds as it may acquire to cover the costs of its operation and work. All agencies of the Commonwealth shall provide assistance to the Commission, upon request. Until completion of the Commission's work or the erection of the monument, whichever occurs later, the Commission shall report annually the status of its work, including any findings and recommendations, to the General Assembly, beginning on December 1, 2009. The report shall also be posted on the General Assembly's website.

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Subject:   Virginia Indian Commemorative Commission.

Title: [Virginia] Joint Commission on Health Care

URL: http://jchc.virginia.gov/

Description: The Joint Commission on Health Care is a legislative commission created by the Code of Virginia, Title 30, Chapter 18 Sections 30-168 through 30-170. The Commission works to ensure that the greatest number of Virginians receive quality, cost-effective health care services.

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Subject:   Public health administration - Virginia. Health services administration - Virginia. Medical care - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Joint Commission on Health Care.

Title: JLARC Home Page

URL: http://jlarc.virginia.gov/

Description: JLARC is the oversight agency of the Virginia General Assembly, established to evaluate the operations and performance of state agencies and programs.

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Subject:   Auditing, Analytical review - Virginia. Legislative auditing - Virginia. Management audit - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission.

Title: [Virginia. General Assembly.] Legislative Information System, Legislative Information System > 2013 Session

URL: http://leg1.state.va.us/

Description: The Virginia General Assembly web site was originally developed in response to legislative initiative HJR482 (1995), which directed the Department of Information Technology and the Division of Legislative Automated Systems "to develop a prototype for providing access to the Legislative Information System through the Internet". The prototype system was successfully implemented and the results were reported to the General Assembly in House Document 25 (1996). From the prototype's foundation the current production system was re-designed and vastly improved. Users will find a wide array of legislative information contained at this site. Included is general information about the legislative process and its participants as well as the full text, summaries, status history of bills and resolutions and schedules of activity. Full text searching is also available for the Code of Virginia, Virginia Administrative Code, Rules of the Supreme Court, Bills and Resolutions, and House and Senate Documents. Several legislative agencies provide information about their organizations and topics of interest related to their function. Links to other state legislative information systems on the internet are also available

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Legislative bodies - Virginia.

Title: Welcome to the Virginia General Assembly Website., This website has moved to http://virginiageneralassembly.gov

URL: http://legis.state.va.us/

Description: The Virginia General Assembly web site was originally developed in response to legislative initiative HJR482 (1995), which directed the Department of Information Technology and the Division of Legislative Automated Systems "to develop a prototype for providing access to the Legislative Information System through the Internet". The prototype system was successfully implemented and the results were reported to the General Assembly in House Document 25 (1996). From the prototype's foundation the current production system was re-designed and vastly improved. Users will find a wide array of legislative information contained at this site. Included is general information about the legislative process and its participants as well as the full text, summaries, status history of bills and resolutions and schedules of activity. Full text searching is also available for the Code of Virginia, Virginia Administrative Code, Rules of the Supreme Court, Bills and Resolutions, and House and Senate Documents. Several legislative agencies provide information about their organizations and topics of interest related to their function. Links to other state legislative information systems on the internet are also available.

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Legislative bodies - Virginia.

Title: Miller School - Home Page, Miller School of Albemarle

URL: http://millerschoolofalbemarle.org/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The board is charged with administering the Miller School of Albemarle for Grades 5 through 12. The board also raises funds for the school.

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Subject:   Miller School (Albemarle County, Va.) Education - Virginia.

Title: Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission (MIRC)

URL: http://mirc.virginia.gov/

Description: The purpose of the Commission is to review, recommend and approve innovation and reform proposals affecting the Virginia Medicaid and Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) programs, including eligibility and financing for proposals set out in Item 307 in the Department of Medical Assistance Services. Specifically, the Commission shall review (i) the development of reform proposals; (ii) progress in obtaining federal approval for reforms such as benefit design, service delivery, payment reform, and quality and cost containment outcomes; and (iii) implementation of reform measures.

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Subject:   Medicaid - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission (MIRC). Health care reform - Virginia. Poor - Medical care - Virginia.

Title: Virginia's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Commission

URL: http://mlkcommission.dls.virginia.gov/

Description: The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Commission, a statutory and bipartisan agency of the Virginia General Assembly, was created in 1992 to honor the memory and legacy of Dr. King, and to continue his work through educational, historical and cultural programs, public policy analysis, and public discourse on contemporary issues. The Commission also oversees two subcommittees, The Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Subcommittee and the Special Subcommittee on Public School Closings in Virginia.

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Subject:   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Commission (Virginia) King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 - Philosophy. King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 - Anniversaries, etc. Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 - Anniversaries, etc. African American state legislators - Virginia. School integration - Massive resistance movement - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly.

Title: Virginia.gov - Home

URL: http://portal.virginia.gov/

Description: The official website of the Commonwealth of Virgilnia.

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Title: Virginia Register of Regulations

URL: http://register.dls.virginia.gov/

Description: The Virginia Code Commission began publishing the Virginia Register of Regulations in October 1984. The Virginia Register of Regulations is Virginia’s official publication of state government regulations. In addition, the Virginia Register of Regulations includes petitions for rulemaking, emergency regulations, Governor's executive orders, state lottery regulations and director's orders, and State Corporation Commission orders and regulations.

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Subject:   Virginia Code Commission. Virginia register of regulations - Periodicals. Delegated legislation - Virginia - Periodicals.

Title: Commission on Employee Retirement Security & Pension Reform

URL: http://retirementcommission.virginia.gov/

Description: The Commission on Employee Retirement Security and Pension Reform was established during the 2016 General Assembly through legislation introduced by Virginia House of Delegates Speaker William J. Howell. The Commission is directed to study, report and make recommendations on a wide variety of topics related to employee retirement security, the current retirement system plan, design and benefits packages, Virginia’s changing state workforce, and state employee compensation. The 21-member Commission includes legislators, citizen-appointees and ex-officio members from the executive branch. Staff support for the Commission is provided by the Department of Human Resource Management, the Virginia Retirement System, the House Appropriations Committee, the Senate Finance Committee and the Division of Legislative Services. The Commission is also working closely with the PEW Charitable Trusts Retirement Systems Project. The General Assembly passed House Bill 665 in the 2016 General Assembly session. § 30-371 through § 30-375 of the Code of Virginia establish the commission, membership, the scope of its work and its responsibilities.

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Subject:   Virginia Commission on Employee Retirement Security and Pension Reform. Retirement - Virginia. Virginia - Officials and employees - Retirement. Virginia Retirement System.

URL: http://safevahighways.org/

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Title: Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Finance Committee, Virginia Senate Finance and Appropriations Committee archived website

URL: http://sfac.virginia.gov/

Description: Web site of Virginia Senate Finance Committee. For pre-2010 captures see http://sfc.state.va.us

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Subject:   Budget - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on Finance. Bills, Legislative - Virginia. Legislation - Virginia. Legislative bodies - Virginia.

Title: Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Finance Committee

URL: http://sfc.state.va.us/

Description: Web site of Senate Finance Committee. For post 2010 captures, see http://sfc.virginia.gov/

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on Finance. Budget - Virginia. Bills, Legislative - Virginia. Legislative bodies - Virginia. Legislation - Virginia.

Title: silverlinemetro.com

URL: http://silverlinemetro.com/

Description: Silver Line is a 23-mile extension of the existing Metrorail system with new tracks that extend from East Falls Church, through Tysons and Reston, and eventually to Washington Dulles International Airport west to Ashburn.

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Subject:   Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. Local transit - Washington Metropolitan Area. Subways - Washington Metropolitan Area.

Title: SMART SCALE: Funding the Right Transportation Projects

URL: http://smartscale.org/

Description: Virginia’s SMART SCALE (§33.2-21.4) is about picking the right transportation projects for funding and ensuring the best use of limited tax dollars. It is the method of scoring planned projects included in VTrans that are funded by HB 1887. Transportation projects are scored based on an objective, outcome-based process that is transparent to the public and allows decision-makers to be held accountable to taxpayers. Once projects are scored and prioritized, the Commonwealth Transportation Board (CTB) has the best information possible to select the right projects for funding.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Transportation - Virginia.

Title: Senate of Virginia - Clerk's Office

URL: http://sov.state.va.us/SenatorDB.nsf/$$Viewtemplate%2Bfor%2BWClerksOfficeHome?OpenForm

Description: Web site of the Virginia Senate. For post-2012 captures see http://virginiageneralassembly.gov/

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Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Legislative bodies - Virginia.

Title: Celebrate Transportation Day - 2021

URL: http://transpodayva.org/

Description: During its 2018 session, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that designates the Thursday before Memorial Day each year as Celebrate Transportation Day in Virginia.

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Title: Tusculum Institute at Sweet Briar College

URL: http://tusculum.sbc.edu/

Description: The Tusculum Institute is an historic preservation resource and training center, located on the campus of Sweet Briar College, dedicated to preserving and understanding the region’s historic assets within a context of environmental stewardship. Since 2008 we have hosted workshops on a variety of historic and preservation topics, ranging from architectural history lectures to advice about selling historic homes and from an annual teacher's workshop on teaching with historic places to hosting nationally known authors. The Institute was created in partnership with the Department of Historic Resources in Richmond. They have been a crucial financial and intellectual partner from the beginning. We have also received assistance from Preservation Virginia, the Amherst County Historical Society and Museum, and Sweet Briar Alumnae. Part of our mission has been to make local history accessible to broader audiences by promoting digital resources. If you follow the links on this site you will learn more about some of our online initiatives and our study of Sweet Briar history.

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Subject:   Sweet Briar College. Historic preservation - Virginia. Historic buildings - Conservation and restoration - Virginia.

Title: Virginia War of 1812 Commission

URL: http://va1812bicentennial.dls.virginia.gov/

Description: The 2008 Virginia General Assembly created the Vi rginia Bicentennial of the American War of 1812 Commission in the legislative branch of state government to prepare for and commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of Virginia's participation in the American War of 1812. The Commission is authorized to plan commemorative events and activiti es, encourage research to promote historical literacy and understanding of the war, and support or ganizations throughout the state as they plan commemorative events.

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Subject:   Virginia Bicentenial of the War of 1812 Commission. Virginia. General Assembly. Division of Legislative Services.

Title: Transformation - Children's Systems Services

URL: http://vafamilyconnections.com/

Description: In December 2007, 13 Virginia localities representing over 40 percent of the Commonwealth’s children in foster care, were invited by the Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Marilyn Tavenner, to launch the Council on Reform. The group included a broad membership from both state and local child serving agencies. Secretary Tavenner’s charge to the group was to collaboratively plan and implement a set of critical reforms at the state and local levels including: To adopt a state-wide philosophy that supports family-focused, child-centered, community-based care with a focus on permanence for all children, To establish a state-level practice model focused on family-centered care and permanence that is reinforced by a uniform training program for resource families as well as local staff in DSS and CSA (integrated with DMHRSAS practice model), To create and implement a statewide strategy to increase availability and utilization of relative care and non-relative foster and adoptive placements to ensure that children can be placed in the most family-like setting that meets their needs, and To create a robust performance monitoring/quality assurance system to identify and measure outcomes, monitor quality of practice, and improve accountability. These critical reform areas were identified as the missing links in Virginia’s child welfare/child serving system. Later termed “building blocks” and adapted slightly, these strategies continue to be among the key drivers for improved outcomes for children in foster care in Virginia. While the Transformation is much broader than the work done in CORE, CORE was a starting place and a new model for state/partnership in Virginia. While still in the midst of major Transformation effort, the CORE group has made remarkable improvements on the key outcomes in a short period of time including: A 35.5 percent decrease in the congregate care population between December 2007 and May 2009, A 10.6 percent increase in kinship placements in the same time frame, Nearly 69 percent of children discharged in SFY 2009 (to date) went to permanent homes compared with 61 percent in SFY 2008. Localities in CORE include: Charlottesville, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Fairfax, Henrico, Newport News, Norfolk, Prince William, Richmond City, Roanoke County, Roanoke City, Virginia Beach and Washington County.

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Subject:   Transformation - Children's Systems Services. Council on Reform. Health care - Virginia.

Title: Celebrating 50 Years of Newborn Screening in Virginia

URL: http://vanbsfiftyyears.virginia.gov/

Description: Fifty years ago this fall, on October 1, 1966, the Virginia Department of Health began screening all babies born in the Commonwealth of Virginia for phenylketonuria (PKU). The testing is done by Virginia’s Division of Laboratory Services in the Department of General Services. While Virginia’s Newborn Screening (NBS) Program has definitely grown and the panel of disorders expanded to include 29+ disorders, it’s mission remains the same – to identify babies with life-threatening conditions, get them diagnosed and into treatment before they suffer the potentially-devastating effects of their disorders. To commemorate it’s 50th Anniversary, the VA NBS Program has decided to celebrate by hosting a one-day NBS conference in Richmond, VA. The idea is to bring healthcare professionals involved in newborn screening together for a day of education and updates to help them better understand the newborn screening program today and to be prepared for what lies ahead for newborn screening tomorrow. Our conference logo is “It’s not just about PKU anymore” and through the various topics and presentations, we hope this conference will give attendees a look at the past, the present and the future of Virginia’s NBS Program.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of General Services. Virginia. Division of Consolidated Laboratory Services. Phenylketonuria - Virginia - Evaluation. Virginia Newborn Screening Program. Infant health services - Virginia. Infants (Newborn) - Services for - Virginia.

Title: Partners For Parks | Virginia State Park Exhibits for the 21st Century

URL: http://vaparks.net/

Description: A unique and powerful partnership has been formed between two statewide non-profit organizations—Virginia Association for Parks and the Garden Club of Virginia—working together with Virginia State Parks, to raise $5 million in private funding for what is the largest public-private collaboration in the 80-year history of the state park system. This 6-year campaign, endorsed by Governor Terry McAuliffe and the First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, will result in a total of 13 state park visitor centers with new, innovative and engaging exhibits that will interpret our state’s cultural and natural history for all ages while promoting a healthy active outdoor lifestyle for our citizens.

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Subject:   Partnership for Parks. Parks - Virginia. Recreation areas - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Commission on Youth

URL: http://vcoy.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To study and provide recommendations addressing the needs of and services to the Commonwealth's youth and their families; and encourage the development of uniform policies and services to youth; and provide a forum for continuing review and study of such services.

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Subject:   Child welfare - Virginia. Youth - Services for - Law and legislation - Virginia. Legislative bodies Virginia. Youth - Services for - Virginia. Virginia Commission on Youth Children - Legal stats, laws, etc. - Virginia. Children - Family relationships - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Department of Business Assistance

URL: http://vdba.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To serve as the liaison between the Commonwealth's existing business and state government in order to promote the development of Virginia's economy. Agency name changed in 2016 to Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity. There new web site address is: https://sbsd.virginia.gov/

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Subject:   Small business - Virginia. Virginia. Department of Business Assistance. Economic development - Virginia. Business enterprises - Virginia.

Title: VDC - Virginia Distribution Center

URL: http://vdc.dgs.virginia.gov/

Description: The Virginia Distribution Center (VDC) is part of the Department of General Services, Division of Purchases and Supply. The VDC is a cooperative procurement function that provides a broad selection of high-quality services and products at the lowest prices by leveraging the collective buying power of the Commonwealth, utilizing efficient freight methods, and maintaining an onsite Quality Assurance Laboratory operation. Over 1,000 top-quality line items are available, including staple foods, frozen foods, janitorial supplies, paper and plastic products, safety supplies, and other select items. The VDC's quality assurance program provides for evaluations of commodities for adherence to specifications. The VDC serves Commonwealth of Virginia agencies, mental health and correctional institutions, universities and colleges, localities, and political sub-divisions.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of General Services. Warehouses - Management - Virginia. Government purchasing - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Derecho

URL: http://virginiaderecho.tumblr.com/

Description: Severe thunderstorms with winds surpassing 80 mph impacted the Commonwealth on the evening of Friday, 29 June, and continued into the early morning hours of Saturday, 30 June 2012. Severe thunderstorms again impacted the Commonwealth on the evening of Saturday, 30 June and the afternoon of Sunday, 1 July. This event, known as the Virginia Derecho, knocked out power for 1.2 million Virginia residents. The Virginia Department of Emergency Management created this event blog to record agency response, track the opening of cooling centers and provide information to the public,

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Emergency Management. Disaster relief - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Redistricting

URL: http://virginiaredistricting.org/

Description: The Virginia Redistricting Commission, a constitutionally created body approved by the voters of Virginia in 2020, will draw Virginia's congressional and state legislative districts in 2021. On this site you can find information about the redistricting process and the Commission's work, as well as archived meetings, schedules for upcoming meetings and hearings, and frequently asked questions.

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Title: Virginia Roads

URL: http://virginiaroads.org/

Description: Virginia Roads is a portal for interactive mapping applications and publications. Road construction projects included in the Six Year programming cycle and current pavement conditions/resurfacing activities are accessible through the mapping applications. Traffic operations and live camera feeds are available through the VDOT 511 icon. Other published links with map data are also provided in this one stop portal. Virginia Roads went "live" on 10 June 2014.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept of Transportation. Transportation - Virginia. Roads - Virginia. Roads - Design and construction - Virginia.

Title: Virginia State Crime Commission

URL: http://vscc.virginia.gov/

Description: The purpose of the Commission is to study, report and make recommendations on all areas of public safety and protection. In so doing, the Commission shall endeavor to ascertain the causes of crime and recommend ways to reduce and prevent it, explore and recommend methods of rehabilitation of convicted criminals, study compensation of persons in law enforcement and related fields and study other related matters including the apprehension, trial and punishment of criminal offenders.

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Subject:   Criminals - Virginia. Virginia. State Crime Commission.

Title: The Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research

URL: http://vtrc.virginiadot.org/

Description: The Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research is: Responsible for all research at the Virginia Department of Transportation A partnership of the Virginia Department of Transportation and the University of Virginia since 1948 Located in Charlottesville, Virginia, adjacent to the U.Va. Grounds, for the mutual benefit of VDOT and the university

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Transportation - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Women's Monument Commission

URL: http://womensmonumentcom.virginia.gov/

Description: Web site of the Virginia Women's Monument Commission.

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Subject:   Virginia Women's Monument Commission. Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Women - Virginia - History.

URL: http://www.495northernextension.org/

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Title: 64 Express Lanes

URL: http://www.64expresslanes.org/

Description: Every day thousands of drivers sit in traffic on I-64, between the I-64/I-264 Interchange and I-564 in Norfolk. But as the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) converts 8.4 miles of underused High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes -- meant for vehicles with two or more riders -- to Express Lanes on I-64, commuters will have a more reliable, less congested commute that will provide travel choices. Motorists choosing the Express Lanes will help ease traffic in the General Purpose lanes, and Express drivers will see more consistent speeds with fewer commuters in their lanes. Conversion is expected to shift about 17% of vehicles from the General Purpose Lanes to the Express Lanes. The cost for travel in the Express Lanes is based on Dynamic Pricing, determined on a transaction basis using a single gantry system. Dynamic Pricing is also determined by the number of vehicles in the Express Lanes at the time of use.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation.

Title: Express Lanes 66 Inside the Beltway

URL: http://www.66expresslanes.org/

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Subject:   Transportation - Virginia. Virginia. Dept. of Transportation.

Title: Wireless E-911 Services Board

URL: http://www.911.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: Promote and assist in the statewide development, deployment, and maintenance of enhanced wireless emergency telecommunications services and technologies. The Board shall similarly promote and assist in the development and deployment of enhanced wireline emergency telecommunications services and technologies only in specific local jurisdictions that are not currently wireline E-911 capable.

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Subject:   Virginia. Wireless E-911 Services Board. Emergency communication systems - Virginia. Wireless communication systems.

Title: Virginia Department for the Aging

URL: http://www.aging.state.va.us/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To improve the quality of life for older Virginians through the development of policies and programs and the provision of services which maximize the independence of older people. The Virginia Department of Aging was eliminated by the Virginia General Assembly effective 1 July 2012. The agency's responsibilities were transferred to a new state agency, Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. for the Aging. Virginia. Secretary of Health and Human Resources.

Title: Auditor of Public Accounts - Commonwealth of Virginia, Welcome to the VA APA - Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts, Welcome to Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts

URL: http://www.apa.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To audit accounts of officers, institutions, and agencies handling state and certain public funds; report on financial statements and deficiencies in accounting practices; devise systems of bookkeeping and accounting for county, city, and town officials and agencies under direction of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission. The Auditor is elected by joint vote of the two houses of the General Assembly.

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Subject:   Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts. Finance, Public - Virginia - Accounting. Finance, Public - Virginia - Auditing.

Title: The [Virginia] Commission for the Arts, The Virginia Commission for the Arts | Welcome

URL: http://www.arts.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To support and stimulate excellence in the arts.

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Subject:   Virginia Commission for the Arts. Arts - Virginia.

URL: http://www.arts.virginia.gov/programs.html

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Title: The Virginia Commission for the Arts | COVID-19

URL: http://www.arts.virginia.gov/resources_covid-19.html

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Title: Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, Homepage - Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission

URL: http://www.asmfc.org/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The purpose of this compact is to promote the better utilization of the fisheries, marine, shell and anadromous of the Atlantic seaboard by the development of a joint program for the promotion and protection of such fisheries, and by the prevention of the physical waste of the fisheries from any cause. The Commission drafts and recommends to governors and legislatures conservation legislation concerning, marine, shell, and anadromous fisheries of the Atlantic seaboard.

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Subject:   Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. Fisheries - Atlantic States. Interstate Compacts

Title: Atlantic Gateway - Partnering to Unlock the I-95 Corridor

URL: http://www.atlanticgateway.net/

Description: The Atlantic Gateway is a multi-modal suite of projects focused on the I-95 corridor between Washington, D.C. and Fredericksburg, VA. The Commonwealth pursued a FASTLANE grant to leverage public and private investment to improve one of the nation’s busiest corridors. The program will reduce travel times, expand access to employment opportunities, enhance the ability to move people and freight, and alleviate some of the worst bottlenecks in the United States.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Transportation - Virginia.

Title: The Biosolids Lifecycle

URL: http://www.biosolids.state.va.us/

Description: Website of the Virginia Department of Health that provides information on the biosolids lifecycle.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Health. Sewage disposal - Virginia. Sewage sludge - Virginia.

Title: VA DCJS - Tow Truck Drivers

URL: http://www.btro.vi.virginia.gov/

Description: The mission of the Board of Towing and Recovery Operators is to protect the public by setting standards of qualifications, training, and experience for those who seek to represent themselves to the public as towing and recovery professionals and promoting high standards of professional performance for those engaged in the practice of towing and recovery. The 2012 Session of the Virginia General Assembly has resulted in legislative changes to the functionality of the Board of Towing and Recovery Operators (the "Board"), and meaningful responsibilities of the Board will be absorbed by other State agencies. These changes are effective January 1, 2013. (Virginia Acts of Assembly – Chapters 803 and 835 – 2012 Session). The Board’s laws and regulations will remain in full force and effect until January 1, 2013. However, effective January 1, 2013, oversight of both drivers and operators will statutorily be provided by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services ("DCJS") and the Office of the Attorney General ("OAG)". During its 2012 Session, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation eliminating the Board of Towing and Recovery Operators (BTRO) and the towing regulations managed by BTRO. The new law became effective on January 1, 2013. However, certain responsibilities of BTRO will continue under the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). DCJS will be responsible for licensing of tow drivers only. Tow operators and companies will no longer be licensed or regulated by any state government entity. This does not impact any local governance or oversight of the towing industry.

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Subject:   Virginia Board for Towing and Recovery Operators.

Title: Official Website of the Chief Applications Officer of Virginia - Home Page

URL: http://www.cao.virginia.gov/index.shtml

Description: In January of 2008, Governor Kaine appointed Ms. Peggy Feldmann to the position of Chief Applications Officer (CAO). This appointment was to both address the findings contained within the Auditor of Public Accounts report on IT Governance and to ensure our continued excellence within the area of information technology management. The office of the CAO provides the Commonwealth of Virginia with an improved approach to managing IT governance and our business portfolio. Recognizing the current budget constraints, and striving to leverage existing Commonwealth resources, the Governor requested the Information Technology\Investment Board (ITIB) assist in developing an operational plan to improve oversight and management of IT governance and portfolio management. Working together, the Chief Information Office (CIO) and CAO were able to develop an operational plan to better align responsibilities and optimize management, efficiency and productivity from our information technology investments. The efforts will better align the Commonwealth’s business model and IT strategy, improve maintenance and operations planning, enhance enterprise application efforts, create data standards, increase transparency in our return on investment, and provide a comprehensive IT governance model for managing all the application resources of the Commonwealth.

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Subject:   Virginia. Secretary of Technology.

Title: Welcome to the [Virginia] Capitol Square Preservation Council Website

URL: http://www.capitolsquarevirginia.state.va.us/index.htm

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The Council shall assess the architectural, historical, archeological and landscape features of the Capitol Square and antiquities contained therein. Develop plans and recommendations for their maintenance and preservation and for the enhancement of their historical and architectural integrity. Develop recommendations for the promotion of activities and efforts that will enhance interpretive and educational opportunities. Review all plans or proposals for alterations, improvements, additions, renovations or other disposition that is structural or architectural in nature. Content now part of http://www.virginiacapitol.gov/

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Subject:   Virginia. Capitol Square Preservation Council. Virginia State Capitol (Richmond, Va.)

Title: Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel Homepage, CBBT Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

URL: http://www.cbbt.com/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To establish policy and administer the operations of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District.

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Subject:   Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission. Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel (Va.) Transportation - Virginia.

Title: Chesapeake Bay Local Assistance Board, CBLA Intro

URL: http://www.cblad.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The board exercises regulatory powers and duties to insure the incorporation of, and adherence to, the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act.

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Subject:   Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.) Water quality management - Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.) Virginia. Chesapeake Bay Local Assistance Board.

Title: ChildCareVA

URL: http://www.childcareva.com/

Description: The web site, www.childcareva.com, provides easy-to-find child care information and materials created specifically for parents, providers and the general public. The site serves as the online hub for the Virginia Department of Social Services in its effort to promote the importance of health and safety standards, as well as the benefits of quality child care in Virginia. The website is part of a package of reforms passed in 2015 to help Virginia families make informed decisions on child care. The reforms also included legislation requiring care providers to be licensed by the state to keep five or more children who aren’t related to them in their homes. Local governments are now required to report to VDSS the contact information for any child care providers and family day homes that are issued a business license. And state law now requires unlicensed family day homes to notify parents of that fact up front and in writing. On the website, parents will find information on various child care options, requirements and benefits of licensed providers, as well as guidance for researching and selecting quality child care. Current and prospective providers can learn how to become licensed and/or trained, review relevant legislation, and obtain professional development information and materials.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Social Services. Child care services - Virginia. Day care centers - Virginia. Children - Services for - Virginia.

Title: [Virginia] Human Rights Council

URL: http://www.chr.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To safeguard all individuals within the Commonwealth from unlawful discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, or disability, in places of public accommodation, including educational institutions, real estate transactions, and employment; to preserve the public safety, health, and general welfare, and to further the interests, rights, and privileges of individuals in the Commonwealth. Effective July 1, 2012, the functions performed by the Human Rights Council have transferred to the Office of Attorney General, Division of Human Rights, pursuant to HB 1291 and SB 678.

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Subject:   Virginia Human Rights Council. Human rights - Virginia. Civil rights - Virginia. Virginia. Office of the Attorney General.

Title: Virginia's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Measurement System - Initiatives | Center for Innovative Technology

URL: http://www.cit.org/initiatives/iems/measurement-system/

Description: Welcome to the Commonwealth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Measurement System (IEMS), a web-based portal that uses key metrics and outcomes to track the performance of Virginia’s innovation economy. Innovation is widely recognized as the premier path to economic expansion both domestically and globally – and it is clear that the drivers of innovation in our domestic economy are entrepreneurs of emerging, high-growth technology companies. According to the Kauffman Foundation, a leader in advancing innovation and entrepreneurship, among “new and young firms, high-tech companies play an outsized role in job creation” (Kauffman Report, Tech Starts: High-Technology Business Formation and Job Creation in the United States, August 2013). - See more at: http://www.cit.org/initiatives/iems/measurement-system/#sthash.7RFiseCK.dpuf The IEMS was established by the Virginia General Assembly to further the work of the Commonwealth Research and Technology Strategic Roadmap, which links funding for research commercialization projects to Virginia's strategic technology priorities. It creates a dashboard and strategic path to new opportunities in the innovation economy using key indicators that can assist lawmakers, industry leaders and other stakeholders with determining public-private investment priorities and policies. - See more at: http://www.cit.org/initiatives/iems/measurement-system/#sthash.7RFiseCK.dpuf

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Subject:   Center for Innovative Technology (Va.) Technology and state - Virginia. Technology - Virginia.

Title: 10th Annual Commonwealth of Virginia Innovative Technology Symposium

URL: http://www.covits.org/

Description: COVITS (the Commonwealth of Virginia's Innovative Technology Symposium) annually brings together a community of senior-level executives and thought leaders from state and local government, business, and academia to identify, discuss and propose solutions to Virginia's critical technology issues. Url changed tohttp://covits.virginia.gov/

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Subject:   Commonwealth of Virginia's Innovative Technology Symposium. Virginia. Secretary of Technology. Information technology - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Comprehensive Services Act For At Risk Youth and Families (CSA)

URL: http://www.csa.state.va.us/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The Office is established to serve as the administrative entity of the Council and to ensure that the decisions of the council are implemented. url changed to http://www.csa.virginia.gov/

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Subject:   Problem youth - Services for - Virginia. Virginia. Secretary of Health and Human Resources. Youth - Services for - Virginia. Virginia. Office for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families. Family services - Virginia.

Title: Planning and Funding :: Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board

URL: http://www.ctb.virginia.gov/

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Title: Central Virginia Training Center

URL: http://www.cvtc.dbhds.virginia.gov/

Description: CVTC provides a full range of supports and services for persons with intellectual disabilities including Intermediate Care and Skilled Nursing living areas, an extensive array of day and evening activity programs, various clinical professional therapies as well as medical and dental services for the persons who live at CVTC. In addition, we operate a Regional Community Services Center dedicated to providing outreach services to persons with intellectual disabilities throughout the Central Virginia region.

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Subject:   Mental health services - Virginia. Mental retardation facilities - Virginia. Virginia. Dept. of Mental Health, Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse Services. Central Virginia Training Center. Virginia. Dept. of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.

Title: Virginia Department of Correctional Education, Virginia Department of Correctional Education - Home

URL: http://www.dce.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To establish and maintain all the educational facilities of all institutions operated by the Department of Corrections and the Department of Juvenile Justice; and develop and implement an inmate literacy program. Eliminated by the Virginia General Assembly effective 1 July 2012. The General Assembly divided the provision and administration of education in correctional institutions between the Department of Corrections and the Department of Juvenile Justice, with supervision by a newly created Division of Correctional Education within the Department of Juvenile Justice

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Subject:   Virginia. Secretary of Public Safety. Rehabilitation of criminals - Virginia. Rehabilitation of juvenile delinquents - Virginia. Education - Virginia. Virginia. Dept. of Correctional Education. Adult education - Virginia. Virginia. Dept. of Corrections. Virginia. Dept. of Juvenile Justice.

Title: [Virginia] Department of Charitable Gaming - Welcome

URL: http://www.dcg.state.va.us/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The Department is vested with control of all charitable gaming in the Commonwealth. The conduct of bingo games by charitable organizations was legalized by the General Assembly in 1973. At that time, an exception to the general prohibition against gambling was created for bingo games and raffles to allow non-profit religious, educational, charitable and community organizations to raise needed funds. During the 1978 Session of the Virginia General Assembly , House Joint Resolution No. 155 was passed and directed a joint subcommittee of the House and Senate Committees on General laws to undertake a comprehensive study of the bingo laws of the Commonwealth. The passage of this resolution was the result and concern of the General Assembly that large amounts of cash were being exchanged during the bingo games and there was a significant lack of uniformity from one locality to another in the control of bingo games. They surmised that as a result, bingo games were essentially an unregulated exchange of large sums of money. As a result of the study, House Document 39 (1979), the original bingo laws were replaced with a more comprehensive statutory design. Senate Joint Resolution No. 195, agreed to during the 1993 Session of the Virginia General Assembly , established a joint subcommittee to study the State statute governing bingo and raffles. The main issues to be addressed were: (i) rental fees paid to bingo facility operators, (ii) percentages of profits actually returned to charitable organizations, and (iii) bogus charities acting as fronts for illegal bingo operations. Bingo was declared “the perfect white-collar crime” in the Racketeering and Organized Crime in the Bingo Industry – April 1992 – Pennsylvania Crime Commission Report, a publication utilized under the Senate Joint Resolution No. 195 study. Senate Joint Resolution No. 12 agreed to during the 1994 Session of the Virginia General Assembly, continued the work of the subcommittee to address the transfer of control over all charitable gaming activities, including organizations, operators, suppliers, and fair market rental value. As a result of the joint subcommittee studies, Senate Document 63 (1994) and Senate Document 57 (1995), the Virginia Charitable Gaming Commission (the “Commission”) was created with passage of Senate Bill 1020 during the 1995 Session of the Virginia General Assembly. The goals of the legislation were to address major concerns with charitable gaming in the Commonwealth that were the result of rampant abuses, including fraud and embezzlement, due to inconsistent local regulation and enforcement of gaming activities. In addition, prior to the creation of the Commission, a very small percentage of money raised under the guise of charity went to charity. Thus, effective July 1, 1996, the Commonwealth of Virginia joined 37 other states that provide statewide oversight of charitable gaming. With the passage of Senate Bill 1278 during the 2003 Session of the Virginia General Assembly, the Charitable Gaming Board (the "Board") and the Department of Charitable Gaming (the "Department") were established to replace the Charitable Gaming Commission. The Office of Charitable and Regulatory Programs (OCRP), part of the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, now regulates charitable gambling. OCRP is responsible for issuing or renewing approximately 350 charitable gaming permits per year to organizations, as well as the regulation of charitable gaming activities in the Commonwealth. Additionally, under Virginia’s charitable gaming regulations, VDACS performs on-site training and operational inspections of bingo events, initiates compliance audits of organizations conducting charitable gaming and more.

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Subject:   Virginia. Secretary of Administration. Virginia. Dept. of Charitable Gaming. Charity laws and legislation - Virginia. Bingo - Equipment and supplies - Law and legislation - Virginia. Gambling - Virginia.

Title: Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR)

URL: http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To provide public informational and educational services, and administer and enforce the rules and regulations of the board. The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) is responsible for the management of inland fisheries, wildlife, and recreational boating for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Effective 1 July 2020, the Virginia General Assembly changed the name of the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) to Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR).

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Subject:   Fishing - Virginia. Game laws - Virginia. Hunting - Virginia. Wildlife conservation - Virginia. Fisheries - Virginia. Virginia. Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries. Virginia. Dept. of Wildlife Resources.

Title: Virginia Board of Nursing - COVIDI19

URL: http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/Boards/Nursing/AbouttheBoard/News/COVIDI19/

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Title: Virginia Dept. of Health Professions - covid-19

URL: http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/covid-19/

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Title: Virginia Dept. of Junvenile Justice COVID-19 Resources for Parents and Stakeholders

URL: http://www.djj.virginia.gov/pages/about-djj/covid.htm

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Title: Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise archived website

URL: http://www.dmbe.virginia.gov/

Description: Title from HTML header (24 November 2014 capture) Description based on contents of 24 November 2014 capture. URL for the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise website from 2006 to 2014 was http://www.dmbe.virginia.gov/ URL for the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise website from 2001 to 2006 was http://www.dmbe.state.va.us/ The Department of Minority Business Enterprise was first established by the General Assembly of Virginia in 1975 at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia. The General Assembly at that time recognized the importance of providing equal opportunity for participation in the purchasing policies and procedures of the Commonwealth. They noted: “…it is essential that opportunity be provided for participation in our free enterprise system by socially and economically disadvantaged persons…improve the functioning of our economy and realize the great potential of the Commonwealth." The Virginia Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity was created by legislation passed during the 2013 General Assembly. Senate Bill 1350 created the agency by consolidating the powers and duties of the Department of Business Assistance and the Department of Minority Business Enterprise. The bill abolished these agencies with an effective date of 1 January 2014. Archived website of the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Minority Business Enterprise. Minority business enterprises - Virginia. Government purchasing - Virginia. Business people - Service for - Virginia.

URL: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/VDOE/VA_Board/Meetings/2003/feb26agenda.pdf

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Title: VDOE :: Virginia Learns Anywhere

URL: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/c4l/virginia-learns-anywhere.shtml

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Title: VDOE :: Recover, Redesign, Restart 2020 archived website

URL: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/health_medical/covid-19/recover-redesign-restart.shtml

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Title: VDOE : COVID-19 FAQ

URL: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/health_medical/office/covid-19-faq.shtml

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Title: Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation - COVID-19 Pandemic Response and Mitigation

URL: http://www.drpt.virginia.gov/transit/covid-19-pandemic-response-and-mitigation/

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Title: Virginia Department of Employee Dispute Resolution, Employment Dispute Resolution

URL: http://www.edr.state.va.us/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To establish a comprehensive program of employee relations management which includes alternative processes for resolving employee disputes; to establish and administer a grievance procedure and a statewide mediation program; to train human resource personnel and supervisors on employee relations management; to provide information and counsel employees in the resolution of conflict in the workplace. The Virginia Dept. of Employee Dispute Resolution was abolished by the Virginia General Assembly effective 1 July 2012. Its duties were transferred to the Virginia Dept. of Human Resource Management.

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Subject:   Grievance procedures - Virginia. Employee-management relations in government - Virginia. Virginia. Secretary of Administration. Personnel management - Virginia. Virginia. Dept. of Employment Dispute Resolution. Virginia. Dept. of Human Resource Management.

Title: Commonwealth Competition Council - eGovcompetition

URL: http://www.egovcompetition.com/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: The council shall examine and promote methods of providing a portion or all of select government-provided or government produced programs and services through the private sector by a competitive contracting program, and advise the Governor, the Small Business Commission, and the executive branch agencies of the council’s findings and recommendations. Review the practices of government agencies and nonprofit organizations that may constitute inappropriate competition with private enterprise.

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Subject:   Competition - Virginia. Privatization - Virginia. Commonwealth Competition Council (Va.)

Title: The Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia, Frontier Culture Museum ��� Bringing the Past to Life

URL: http://www.frontiermuseum.org/

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To develop and maintain an outdoor museum in order to commemorate the contribution which the pioneers and colonial frontiersmen of the 18th and 19th centuries made to the creation and development of the United States of America. The Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia works to tell the story of early immigrants and their American descendants by reproducing examples of traditional rural buildings from England, Germany, Ireland, West Africa, and America. The Museum engages the public at these exhibits with a combination of interpretive signage and living history demonstrations. The outdoor exhibits are located in two separate areas: the Old World and America. The Old World exhibits show rural life and culture in four homelands of early migrants to the American colonies. The American exhibits show the life these colonists and their descendants created in the colonial back-country, how this life changed over more than a century, and how life in the United States today is shaped by its frontier past.

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Subject:   Historic farms - Virginia - Staunton. Frontier and pioneer life - Museums - Virginia - Staunton. Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia.

Title: Council on Virginia's Future

URL: http://www.future.virginia.gov/

Description: The Council on Virginia's Future was created to develop long-term, results-based planning for state government through the implementation of a Roadmap for Virginia's Future. That Roadmap establishes a long-term vision for the Commonwealth, long-term objectives for state services, and a planning and performance system to measure and evaluate the state's progress toward its goals. Governing legislation requires that Council membership include the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, as well as eight members from the Virginia General Assembly, including Speaker of the House, the President of the Senate, chairs from both House and Senate finance committees, and the majority and minority leaders from each house. Other members include Cabinet and citizen appointments made both by legislators and the Governor. The Council on Virginia's Future was abolished on 30 June 2017.

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Subject:   Council on Virginia’s Future. Virginia - Economic policy.

Title: Home | Get Square VA

URL: http://www.getsquareva.com/

Description: Web site for Get Square VA, a program administered by the Virginia Department of Taxation offering amnesty to delinquent taxpayers who pay their back taxes between October 7, 2009 and December 5, 2009. Most delinquent taxpayers, business or individual, may pay back taxes to the state of Virginia during this limited window with no penalties and half the normal interest charges. The Commonwealth aims to collect $48 million during the amnesty period, and funds collected will go into the general fund to support education, health, and public safety programs.

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Subject:   Virginia. Secretary of Finance. Virginia. Dept. of Taxation. Taxation - Virginia. Tax collection - Virginia. Tax amnesty.

Title: Virginia Health Information Technology Council, Health Information Technology Spotlight

URL: http://www.healthitcouncil.vi.virginia.gov/

Description: In July 20, 2006, Governor Kaine issued Executive Directive 29 creating the Governor's Health Information Technology Council. The Council was established to conduct a study and advise the Governor and the General Assembly in an interim report made by October 15, 2006. The primary objectives of the study are to establish an interoperability framework, build public-private partnerships to increase adoption of electronic medical records and encourage vendors and entrepreneurs to build to the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology standards as well as identify areas where health information technology can lower health care costs for the Commonwealth of Virginia as an employer and health insurer. The Council will also recommend funding and strategies necessary to encourage long-term sustained adoption and interoperability of health information technology in the Commonwealth in a report to the Governor by December 1, 2006 and review and approve proposals to fund public-private pilots designed to increase the adoption of electronic medical records out of funds appropriated for that purpose.

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Subject:   Virginia. Governor (2006-2010 : Kaine) Medical care - Virginia. Medical technology - Virginia. Virginia. Health Information Technology Council. Virginia. Secretary of Technology.

URL: http://www.hrbtexpansion.org/

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Title: VDOT: I-295 Flyover

URL: http://www.i295flyover.com/

Description: The project will involve improvements to the I-295/I-64 interchange in western Henrico County, widening of Pouncey Tract Road and construction of a new flyover ramp from eastbound I-64 to southbound I-295.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Roads - Virginia - Design and construction. Interstate Highway System - Virginia. Interstate 64. Interstate 295.

Title: Virginia Department of Transportation: I-64 Info

URL: http://www.i64info.com/

Description: VDOT's construction page for I-64 Corridor throughout Virginia.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Interstate 64. Roads - Virginia - Design and construction. Interstate Highway System - Virginia.

Title: Interstate 66 Corridor Improvement Projects, www.i66ppta.org

URL: http://www.i66ppta.org/

Description: Virginia’s Office of Transportation Public Private-Partnerships (OTP3), in coordination with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and the Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT), has completed both high-level and detail-level screenings that consider the desirability and feasibility of this project for possible procurement under the Public-Private Transportation Act (PPTA) of 1995 as amended. The OTP3 has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to seek private sector input on a range of best practices and innovative approaches to developing and financing transportation improvements on a 25-mile section of I-66 from U.S. Route 15 in Prince William County to I-495 in Fairfax County. The Commonwealth is looking for the best and brightest ideas, suggestions and recommendations to transform I-66 from a highly congested corridor to a multi-modal facility that moves traffic and people more efficiently. A Request for Information (RFI) is an inquiry only to gather input from individuals, firms, teams or organizations on the best practices and innovative approaches that may be used to address the Project’s purpose and need, maximize the benefits and minimize the costs to citizens of the Commonwealth. No contract or agreement will be entered into as a result of this process. Instead responses to the RFI will help OTP3, in coordination with VDOT and DRPT, to advance evaluation, planning and development efforts for the Project, which could result in a formal procurement of a contract, possibly utilizing the Public Private Transportation Act.

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Subject:   Virginia. Dept. of Transportation. Highway bypasses - Virginia. Highway planning - Virginia. Roads - Virginia. Roads - Design and construction - Virginia. Transportation - Virginia. Interstate 66 (Va. and Washington, D.C.) Virginia. Dept. of Rail and Public Transportation.

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