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    Hide details for Pest Control Insurance FundPest Control Insurance Fund
  • Annual report on the activities of the Pest Control Insurance Fund. (10/01/2007)
    Hide details for Prescription Drug Stakeholders Work GroupPrescription Drug Stakeholders Work Group
  • Findings of the work group convened to identify common evidence-based parameters for carrier approval of the 10 most frequently prescribed chronic disease management prescription drugs subject to prior authorization by a majority of carriers, the 10 most frequently prescribed mental health prescription drugs subject to prior authorization by a majority of carriers, and generic prescription drugs subject to prior authorization by a majority of carriers. [Reporting requirements of Chapter 515, Enactment Clause 2., 2015 Acts of Assembly are identical.] (07/01/2016)
    Hide details for Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act Working GroupPublic-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act Working Group
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2010)
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2011)
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2012)
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2013)
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2014)
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2015)
  • Report of the working group on the findings of the model guidelines used by responsible public entities for consideration of proposals under the Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act of 2002 (§ 56-575.1 et seq.) of the Code of Virginia and the best practices recommendations for use by responsible public entities. (09/30/2016)
    Hide details for Public Safety Memorial CommissionPublic Safety Memorial Commission
  • Special report of the Public Safety Memorial Commission on its recommendations for an appropriate memorial for the Commonwealth to commemorate the courage and sacrifice of Virignia's Public Safety personnel. (10/30/2007)
    Hide details for Rappahannock River Basin CommissionRappahannock River Basin Commission
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Rappahannock River Basin Commission. (01/13/2016)
    Hide details for Science Museum of VirginiaScience Museum of Virginia
  • Annual report on its progress for addressing the impact of the aging population on its ability to deliver services. (10/01/2006)
    Hide details for Secretary of AdministrationSecretary of Administration
  • Report on the policies relating to the protection and release of patents and copyrights owned by the Commonwealth. (12/01/2009)
  • Annual report on the number of state jobs eliminated in the immediately preceding fiscal year due to the privatization of commercial activities to a commercial source. (11/30/2011)
  • Report on the efficacy of the program for nontransportation-related construction projects established pursuant to Code of Virginia §§ 2.2-1839, 2.2-4336, and 2.2-4337. (12/31/2012)
  • Report describing the Commonwealth's telecommuting policies, which state agencies and localities have adopted telecommuting policies, the number of state employees who telecommute, the frequency with which state employees telecommute by locality, and the efficacy of telecommuting policies in accomplishing the provision of state services and completing state functions. (10/01/2011)
  • Biennial report on the enterprise-wide examination of the commercial activities that are being performed by state employees to ensure that such activities are being accomplished in a most cost-efficient and effective manner. (10/01/2013)
  • Report describing the Commonwealth's telecommuting policies, which state agencies and localities have adopted telecommuting policies, the number of state employees who telecommute, the frequency with which state employees telecommute by locality, and the efficacy of telecommuting policies in accomplishing the provision of state services and completing state functions. (10/01/2012)
  • Report describing the Commonwealth's telecommuting policies, which state agencies and localities have adopted telecommuting policies, the number of state employees who telecommute, the frequency with which state employees telecommute by locality, and the efficacy of telecommuting policies in accomplishing the provision of state services and completing state functions. (10/01/2013)
  • Annual report on the number of state jobs eliminated in the immediately preceding fiscal year due to the privatization of commercial activities to a commercial source. (11/30/2012)
  • Annual report on the number of state jobs eliminated in the immediately preceding fiscal year due to the privatization of commercial activities to a commercial source. (11/30/2014)
  • Report describing the Commonwealth's telecommuting policies, which state agencies and localities have adopted telecommuting policies, the number of state employees who telecommute, the frequency with which state employees telecommute by locality, and the efficacy of telecommuting policies in accomplishing the provision of state services and completing state functions. (10/01/2014)
  • Report describing the Commonwealth's telecommuting policies, which state agencies and localities have adopted telecommuting policies, the number of state employees who telecommute, the frequency with which state employees telecommute by locality, and the efficacy of telecommuting policies in accomplishing the provision of state services and completing state functions. (10/01/2015)
  • Biennial report on the enterprise-wide examination of the commercial activities that are being performed by state employees to ensure that such activities are being accomplished in a most cost-efficient and effective manner. (10/01/2015)
  • Report describing the Commonwealth's telecommuting policies, which state agencies and localities have adopted telecommuting policies, the number of state employees who telecommute, the frequency with which state employees telecommute by locality, and the efficacy of telecommuting policies in accomplishing the provision of state services and completing state functions. (10/01/2016)
    Hide details for Secretary of Administration and Secretary of Education and Secretary of FinanceSecretary of Administration and Secretary of Education and Secretary of Finance
  • Annual report on the projects, including (i) the status of compliance with the expedited capital outlay review process as set forth in the seventh enactment of this act and § 2.2-1132 of the Code of Virginia, and (ii) the most recent approved draw schedules for the projects (09/01/2006)
  • Annual report on the projects, including (i) the status of compliance with the expedited capital outlay review process as set forth in the seventh enactment of this act and § 2.2-1132 of the Code of Virginia, and (ii) the most recent approved draw schedules for the projects. (09/01/2007)
  • Annual report on the projects, including (i) the status of compliance with the expedited capital outlay review process as set forth in the seventh enactment of this act and § 2.2-1132 of the Code of Virginia, and (ii) the most recent approved draw schedules for the projects. (09/01/2009)
    Hide details for Secretary of Administration and Secretary of FinanceSecretary of Administration and Secretary of Finance
  • Final report on the implementation timetable, scope, and cost for real time integration between eVA and the statewide financial management system known as Cardinal, with the objective that the integration be completed within one year of the Cardinal Wave 2 rollout. (10/01/2015)
    Hide details for Secretary of Agriculture and ForestrySecretary of Agriculture and Forestry
  • Special report of the plan to implement the requirements of any loan received by the Virginia Horse Center Foundation from the United States Department of Agriculture, including the provisions assuring the continued operation of the Virginia Horse Center. (08/15/2006)
    Hide details for Secretary of Commerce and TradeSecretary of Commerce and Trade
  • Report detailing the performance of the qualified shipbuilder under the training facility grant program. Such review shall include, but not be limited to, an evaluation of (i) return on investment, (ii) the time frame for return on investment to the Commonwealth, (iii) average wages of the new full-time jobs created by the qualified shipbuilder, (iv) the additional capital investment made by the qualified shipbuilder, and (v) the status of the apprenticeship program and facilities. (11/01/2016)
  • Report on the examination of the definition of "small business" as defined in §§ 2.2-1604 and 2.2-4310 of the Code of Virginia. [Reporting requirements of Chapter 439, Enactment Clause 3., 2015 Acts of Assembly, are identical.] (12/01/2015)
  • Report on the proposed budget, business plan, and performance metrics that address the structure and duties of and staff support for the Virginia International Trade Corporation (VITC), as well as any proposed Memorandum of Agreement between the VITC and the Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority (VEDP) for the VEDP to provide administrative and support services for the VITC. (09/01/2016)
  • Interim report on the information collected pursuant to § 2.2-206.1, Code of Virginia, relating to the Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program. (08/15/2016)
  • Report on the management and accounting review of the portfolio of programs within the Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity, including a remediation plan to address any deficiencies identified, including the audit findings noted in the Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts' report on the audit of the Virginia Small Business Financing Authority (VSBFA) for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2014. The review shall examine the purpose and appropriateness of transfers between funds under the management of the Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity, including those funds managed by the VSBFA; and shall specifically include a review of the Small Business Job Grant Fund to ensure the program is being administered in a manner consistent with the Code of Virginia and that the fund is being sufficiently promoted. (11/01/2016)
    Hide details for Secretary of EducationSecretary of Education
  • Annual report on the allocations of tax-exempt private activity bonds for the development of education facilities using public-private partnerships. (08/31/2007)
  • Annual report on guidelines implemented and the allocations of tax-exempt private activity bonds for the development of education facilities using public-private partnerships. (08/31/2010)
  • Annual report on guidelines implemented and the allocations of tax-exempt private activity bonds for the development of education facilities using public-private partnerships. (08/31/2012)
  • Report on the status of the modeling and simulation workgroup’s activities, including the methodology upon which the following desired outcomes may be achieved: capitalization and expansion of the Commonwealth’s current modeling and simulation assets, identification of collaborative opportunities for applied research and commercialization throughout Virginia, leveraging of multiple resources supporting modeling and simulation efforts through a single source, and the flexibility to accommodate rapid scenario development and teamwork among the academic and business arenas. (10/01/2012)
  • Report on the status of the modeling and simulation workgroup’s activities, including the methodology upon which the following desired outcomes may be achieved: capitalization and expansion of the Commonwealth’s current modeling and simulation assets, identification of collaborative opportunities for applied research and commercialization throughout Virginia, leveraging of multiple resources supporting modeling and simulation efforts through a single source, and the flexibility to accommodate rapid scenario development and teamwork among the academic and business arenas. (10/01/2013)
  • Report on a long-term funding policy for higher education in Virginia consistent with the goals and guidelines set forth in the Virginia Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2011. (09/15/2013)
    Hide details for Secretary of Education and Secretary of FinanceSecretary of Education and Secretary of Finance
  • Report on the approaches considered for incentives for joint contracting by a school division with an adjacent school division. Such approaches shall consider all of the educational services available to the school divisions subject to the joint contract and shall only apply to circumstances where at least one of the school divisions is equal to or fewer than 4,000 students. (10/15/2016)
    Hide details for Secretary of FinanceSecretary of Finance
  • Special report on the procedures that shall be used for determining an appropriate and equitable amount of interest to be paid to certain public institutions of higher education as provided in § 2.2-5005 of the Code of Virginia. (07/01/2006)
  • Annual report on the projects, including (i) the status of compliance with the expedited capital outlay review process as set forth in the seventh enactment of this act and § 2.2-1132 of the Code of Virginia, and (ii) the most recent approved draw schedules for the projects. (09/01/2010)
  • Final recommendations and findings of the work-group convened to conduct a comprehensive review of compensation for state employees. The study shall address compression, recruitment, retention, hiring practices, and strategies to minimize future compensation disparities. Priorities of the work-group shall include a review of compensation for public safety related personnel and a review of the pay practices and salary schedules of the deputy clerks in the district courts, with a comparison to pay practices for other public sector employees doing comparable work. (06/30/2014)
    Hide details for Secretary of Finance and Secretary of AdministrationSecretary of Finance and Secretary of Administration
  • Special report on the recommendations involving proposed capital lease agreements. (12/20/2007)
  • Special report on the recommendations involving proposed capital lease agreements. (12/20/2008)
  • Report on the recommendations involving proposed capital lease agreements. (12/20/2010)
  • Report on the recommendations involving proposed capital lease agreements. (12/20/2011)
    Hide details for Secretary of Health and Human ResourcesSecretary of Health and Human Resources
  • Comprehensive blueprint of community-based services and supports, including broad-based issues of active, daily life in our communities with a variety of service models. The blueprint shall build upon the most recent four-year plan for aging services pursuant to § 2.2-703.1, the No Wrong Door initiative, and the Older Dominion Partnership. (06/30/2010)
  • Fund balance statements for agencies within the Health and Human Services secretariat that oversee funds that generate annual revenues in excess of $1.0 million in the prior fiscal year, including annual revenues, expenditures, and transfers for each fund subject to this criteria. (10/01/2009)
  • Report on the options and incentives for workload simplification, structure and efficiencies of the local human services delivery system, which may include public/private partnerships, shared services, and regional services. (10/15/2010)
  • Fund balance statements for agencies within the Health and Human Services secretariat that oversee funds that generate annual revenues in excess of $1.0 million in the prior fiscal year, including annual revenues, expenditures, and transfers for each fund subject to this criteria. (10/01/2010)
  • Fund balance statements for agencies within the Health and Human Services secretariat that oversee funds that generate annual revenues in excess of $1.0 million in the prior fiscal year, including annual revenues, expenditures, and transfers for each fund subject to this criteria. (10/01/2011)
  • Report on the status of the Health Information Exchange Grant process. (12/01/2010)
  • Report on contracts negotiated with private providers when such contracts require automatic increases in funding, including the amount of funding involved, the duration of the contract and services delivered. (10/01/2011)
  • Report on the contracts negotiated with private providers when such contracts require automatic increases in funding, including the amount of funding involved, the duration of the contract, and services delivered. (10/01/2012)
  • Report on the contracts negotiated with private providers when such contracts require automatic increases in funding, including the amount of funding involved, the duration of the contract, and services delivered. (10/01/2013)
  • Report on fund balance statements for agencies within the Health and Human Resources Secretariat that oversee funds that generate annual revenues in excess of $1.0 million in the prior fiscal year. At a minimum, the report shall include annual revenues, expenditures, and transfers for each fund subject to these criteria. (10/01/2012)
  • Report on fund balance statements for agencies within the Health and Human Resources Secretariat that oversee funds that generate annual revenues in excess of $1.0 million in the prior fiscal year. At a minimum, the report shall include annual revenues, expenditures, and transfers for each fund subject to these criteria. (10/01/2013)
  • Quarterly written assessment of the progress made by the Health Care Reform program office to implement new information technology systems to address the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Patient Protection and Patient Affordability Act (PPACA), and the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA). The report shall provide a program-level assessment, including a description of the expenditures that have been made and the activities to which any State or contract staff are assigned. The report shall also include a program-level description of steps taken to ensure that (i) individual projects and the use of project resources are prioritized across the program, (ii) a coordinated approach to program management across all projects is undertaken through the use of formal structures and processes, (iii) program governance and communication activities are sufficient to achieve benefit and stakeholder management objectives, and (iv) any changes in program and project-level objectives and resource needs are identified. (02/01/2013)
  • Quarterly written assessment of the progress made by the Health Care Reform program office to implement new information technology systems to address the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Patient Protection and Patient Affordability Act (PPACA), and the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA). The report shall provide a program-level assessment, including a description of the expenditures that have been made and the activities to which any State or contract staff are assigned. The report shall also include a program-level description of steps taken to ensure that (i) individual projects and the use of project resources are prioritized across the program, (ii) a coordinated approach to program management across all projects is undertaken through the use of formal structures and processes, (iii) program governance and communication activities are sufficient to achieve benefit and stakeholder management objectives, and (iv) any changes in program and project-level objectives and resource needs are identified. (05/01/2013)
  • Quarterly written assessment of the progress made by the Health Care Reform program office to implement new information technology systems to address the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Patient Protection and Patient Affordability Act (PPACA), and the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA). The report shall provide a program-level assessment, including a description of the expenditures that have been made and the activities to which any State or contract staff are assigned. The report shall also include a program-level description of steps taken to ensure that (i) individual projects and the use of project resources are prioritized across the program, (ii) a coordinated approach to program management across all projects is undertaken through the use of formal structures and processes, (iii) program governance and communication activities are sufficient to achieve benefit and stakeholder management objectives, and (iv) any changes in program and project-level objectives and resource needs are identified. (08/01/2013)
  • Report on the number of licenses or permits issued wherein the qualifications for licensure accepted are based on an applicant's military training, education, or experience as a service member honorably discharged from active military service in the armed forces of the United States, to the extent that such training, education, or experience is substantially equivalent to the requirements established by law and regulations of the respective board for the issuance of any license, permit, certificate, or other document, however styled or denominated, required for the practice of any business, profession, or occupation in the Commonwealth. (10/01/2016)
  • Report on the recommendations to improve the cost efficiency and effectiveness of purchasing high-cost medications in order to improve the care and treatment of individuals served by the Department of Medical Assistance Services, Department of Social Services, Department of Health, Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Department of Corrections, Department of Juvenile Justice, the Compensation Board, the Department of Human Resource Management and other relevant state agencies. (10/15/2016)
  • Report on the plan to address the data governance structure across all agencies in the Health and Human Resources Secretariat in order to streamline business processes, increase operational efficiency and effectiveness, and minimize duplication and overlap of current and future systems development. The plan shall consider how agencies can participate in such a structure while adhering to privacy provisions set forth in state and federal law and regulations, and any challenges impacting the plan. (10/15/2016)
  • Report on transition planning for the Health and Human Resources Secretariat, including the achievement of performance metrics by agencies in the Secretariat, current and emerging challenges facing these agencies, the value of services provided by the agencies, and each agency's strategic plan and executive progress report, as well as cross-agency policy issues. (09/01/2016)
    Hide details for Secretary of Health and Human Resources and Secretary of TechnologySecretary of Health and Human Resources and Secretary of Technology
  • Annual report of the Advisory Committee on Electronic Health Records on recommendations for the design and implementation of electronic health records systems in Virginia that will advance interoperability while protecting patient privacy. (10/01/2007)
  • Annual report of the Advisory Committee on Electronic Health Records on the activities, findings, and recommendations for the design and implementation of electronic health records systems in Virginia that will advance interoperability while protecting patient privacy. (10/01/2008)
  • Annual report of the Advisory Committee on Electronic Health Records on the activities, findings, and Recommendations for the design and implementation of electronic health records systems in Virginia that will advance interoperability while protecting patient privacy. (10/01/2010)
    Hide details for Secretary of Natural ResourcesSecretary of Natural Resources
  • Annual report on the specific progress made in implementing the provisions of the Chesapeake Bay 2000 Agreement, including but is not limited to, a description of the programs, activities, and initiatives developed and implemented by state and local government agencies to meet each of the goals and commitments contained in the Agreement and an assessment of projected state funding necessary to meet the goals and commitments. [Reporting requirement for Item 360.A. of the 2009 Appropriations Act is included in this report.] (11/01/2009)
  • Biannual report on the impaired waters clean-up plan as described in § 62.1-44.117. [The reporting requirements of §§ 2.2-220, 10.1-1193, 10.1-2127 and 10.1-2134 are included in this report.] (04/01/2010)
  • Annual report on the specific progress made in implementing the provisions of the Chesapeake Bay 2000 Agreement, including but is not limited to, a description of the programs, activities, and initiatives developed and implemented by state and local government agencies to meet each of the goals and commitments contained in the Agreement and an assessment of projected state funding necessary to meet the goals and commitments. [Reporting requirement for Item 349.A. of the 2010 Appropriations Act is included in this report.] (11/01/2010)
  • Biannual report on the impaired waters clean-up plan as described in § 62.1-44.117. [The reporting requirements of §§ 2.2-220, 10.1-1193, 10.1-2127 and 10.1-2134 are included in this report.] (10/01/2010)
  • Annual report on the specific progress made in implementing the provisions of the Chesapeake Bay 2000 Agreement, including but is not limited to, a description of the programs, activities, and initiatives developed and implemented by state and local government agencies to meet each of the goals and commitments contained in the Agreement and an assessment of projected state funding necessary to meet the goals and commitments. [Reporting requirement for Item 349.A. of the 2011 Appropriations Act is included in this report.] (11/01/2011)
  • Annual report on the specific progress made in implementing the provisions of the Chesapeake Bay 2000 Agreement, including but is not limited to, a description of the programs, activities, and initiatives developed and implemented by state and local government agencies to meet each of the goals and commitments contained in the Agreement and an assessment of projected state funding necessary to meet the goals and commitments. [Reporting requirement for Item 358.A. of the 2012 Appropriations Act is included in this report.] (11/01/2012)
  • Biannual progress report on the impaired waters clean-up plan as described in § 62.1-44.117. (05/01/2013)
  • Annual report on the specific progress made in implementing the provisions of the Chesapeake Bay 2000 Agreement, including but is not limited to, a description of the programs, activities, and initiatives developed and implemented by state and local government agencies to meet each of the goals and commitments contained in the Agreement and an assessment of projected state funding necessary to meet the goals and commitments. [Reporting requirement for Item 358.A. of the 2013 Appropriations Act is included in this report.] (11/01/2013)
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  • Annual status report on actions taken to improve offender transitional and reentry services, including improvements to the preparation and provision for employment, treatment, and housing opportunities for those being released from incarceration. (11/15/2008)
  • Annual status report on actions taken to improve offender transitional and reentry services, including improvements to the preparation and provision for employment, treatment, and housing opportunities for those being released from incarceration. (11/15/2009)
  • Plan describing the number of offenders to be housed in the new facility in Grayson County, the projected operating costs, and the source of any revenues supporting the operation of the facility. (Plan to be submitted thirty days prior to opening any housing units.) (06/01/2012)