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    Hide details for January 11, 2017January 11, 2017
  • Report on the study of Virginia's water resource planning and management. In conducting the study, the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission shall (i) assess the extent to which groundwater and surface water consumption is unsustainable, the potential effects of any unsustainable consumption, and the risk of overconsumption in the future; (ii) assess the effectiveness of the state's permitting process for groundwater and surface water withdrawals; (iii) assess the effectiveness of state and local water resource planning, particularly with regard to groundwater, including the role state and local plans play in water withdrawal permitting; (iv) examine the adequacy of current funding and staff levels for managing Virginia's water resources; (v) consider the need for strategies and practices to preserve or increase the amount of groundwater and surface water available for future consumption; and (vi) review any other issues and make recommendations as appropriate. The report shall also (i) identify and report a list of the water systems and other water dependent facilities that could be affected by changes, including those that may relate to current "grandfathering" provisions, to the state's water protection permit regulations pursuant to 9 VAC 25-210; and (ii) describe the nature and magnitude of the impact on affected water systems and other water dependent facilities. [Year two of a two-year study. Includes reporting requirements of Item 33.G., 2016 Appropriation Act.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Board of Visitors of Longwood University.
    Longwood University - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on changes to the Virginia Cancer Plan.
    Cancer Action Coalition of Virginia - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary on the activity and work of the State Board of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.
    State Board of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Health Insurance Reform Commission.
    Health Insurance Reform Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the activities of the Virginia Commission on Unemployment Compensation.
    Commission on Unemployment Compensation - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary and report on the status of emergency management response plans throughout the Commonwealth and other measures taken or recommended to prevent, respond to and recover from disasters, including acts of terrorism.
    Department of Emergency Management - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the activity and work of the Commission on Electric Utility Regulation.
    Commission on Electric Utility Regulation - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the work and activities of the Western Virginia Public Education Consortium.
    Western Virginia Public Education Consortium - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the Judicial Council proceedings.
    Judicial Council of Virginia - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity undertaken to implement the memorandum of understanding described in subsection A of Code of Virginia § 2.2-435.10 and to administer the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
    Virginia Board of Workforce Development - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the financial audit of the Virginia Retirement System, the State Police Officers' Retirement System, and the Judicial Retirement System.
    Auditor of Public Accounts - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Virginia Coal and Energy Commission.
    Virginia Coal and Energy Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the actions, conclusions and recommendations for conserving the Commonwealth of Virginia's forest supply.
    State Forester - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the recommendations of the School Readiness Committee.
    Board of Education - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate Tax Preferences regarding which tax preferences should be continued, expanded, modified, or eliminated.
    Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate Tax Preferences - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Commission on Economic Opportunity for Virginians in Aspiring and Diverse Communities.
    Commission on Economic Opportunity for Virginians in Aspiring and Diverse Communities - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the review of the recommendations of the Standards of Learning Innovation Committee on (a) the Standards of Learning assessments, (b) authentic individual student growth measures, (c) alignment between the Standards of Learning and assessments and the School Performance Report Card, and (d) ideas on innovative teaching in the classroom.
    Board of Education - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the review of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority (Authority), including (i) the Authority's operations, including its organizational structure, compensation, staffing, productivity, and efficiency; (ii) the Authority's performance, including the effectiveness of its initiatives; (iii) the Authority's accountability structure, including the level of oversight it receives and its governance; (iv) the level of coordination and integration of economic development programs and initiatives undertaken by other state and local entities; (v) structures and approaches used by other states to carry out their economic development functions; and (vi) any other issues and make recommendations as appropriate. [First year of a two-year study.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the study mandating health insurance coverage for abuse deterrent formulations for opioid medications. In conducting the study, the Health Insurance Reform Commission shall examine the issues of access by citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia to effective pain management medications and the need to require the adoption of abuse deterrent formulation technologies for pain medicines in order to assist in the Commonwealth's continuing efforts to eliminate substance and prescription drug abuse.
    Health Insurance Reform Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Report of the Joint Subcommittee established to formulate recommendations for the development of a comprehensive and coordinated planning effort to address recurrent flooding. In conducting its review, the Joint Subcommittee shall recommend short-term and long-term strategies for minimizing the impact of recurrent flooding and coastal storms. [First year of a two-year study. Reporting requirements of House Joint Resolution 84 (2016) are identical.]
    Joint Subcommittee on Coastal Flooding - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the study of the aspects of the Commonwealth's aerospace industry. The study shall: (i) identify strategies to grow Denbigh High School's Aviation Academy and encourage its transformation into a statewide program, to be named the Virginia Aviation Academy; (ii) research and identify federally funded research and development activities in the Commonwealth and recommend strategies to create additional opportunities for such activities; (iii) collect information regarding practices and efforts used successfully in other states to grow their aerospace industries; (iv) analyze the potential advantages and disadvantages of eliminating taxation on aerospace and aviation parts and labor; (v) gather information regarding opportunities in the Commonwealth related to maintenance and rehabilitation of aerospace equipment; (vi) explore any other topics related to growing the Commonwealth's aerospace industry; (vii) request the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (the Partnership) to develop a report recommending economic development strategies related to growing the Commonwealth's aerospace industry, attracting new businesses, and improving the Commonwealth's economy; and (viii) consult with representatives of all relevant stakeholders, including but not limited to public and private institutions of higher education; the Virginia Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine; the NASA Langley Research Center; the NASA Wallops Flight Facility; and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport. [Reporting requirements of Senate Joint Resolution 97 (2016) are identical.]
    Joint Commission on Technology and Science - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the findings and recommendations of the Joint Subcommittee studying the future of public elementary and secondary education in the Commonwealth, including the (i) the need for revisions to or reorganization of the standards of quality with a particular emphasis on the effective use of educational technology, (ii) emerging education issues in the Commonwealth, and (iii) the future of public elementary and secondary education in the Commonwealth and make legislative recommendations, as necessary. [First year of a two-year study. Reporting requirements of House Joint Resolution 112 (2016) are identical.]
    Joint Subcommittee to Study the Future of Public Elementary and Secondary Education in the Commonwealth - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the review of the Virginia Community College System, which shall: (i) evaluate the system's success in providing Virginians with the education, training, and credentials needed to succeed in the workforce; (ii) determine whether the system's mission is aligned with the Commonwealth's educational and workforce development priorities and complements the missions of the Commonwealth's secondary and four-year higher education systems and its higher education centers, including through dual enrollment and transfer agreements; (iii) assess the system's success in making educational and training opportunities affordable; (iv) assess the spending and allocation of funds within the system; (v) assess how well the system's central office supports each institution; (vi) assess the adequacy of centralized data and information systems to measure institutional effectiveness and to support sound funding decisions; (vii) compare Virginia's Community College System to the community college systems in other states; and (viii) review other issues and make recommendations as appropriate. [First year of a two-year study.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the mandatory disclosure of relevant information by sellers of historic properties without homeowner associations.
    Virginia Housing Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Report on specific early childhood development programs, prenatal to age five, in the Commonwealth in order for the General Assembly to determine the best strategy for future early childhood development investments. The report shall: 1. To the greatest extent possible, focus on early childhood development programs that are currently supported with state assistance, including but not limited to early childhood development programs that also receive federal funds, the Virginia Preschool Initiative, locally based programs that receive federal child care and Title I assistance, family support and home visiting programs, and quality improvement models such as the Virginia Star Quality Initiative; 2. Include a listing of the lead agency, a description and the objectives of the program, an identification of the target audience, and a catalog of the types and amounts of funding for each early childhood program studied; 3. Identify eligibility requirements and characteristics of populations that each program serves; 4. Assess program design, implementation, and measurement of outcomes; 5. Assess program outcomes, including effectiveness and cost-effectiveness; 6. Assess alignment of programs with kindergarten readiness; 7. Identify best practices in the Commonwealth and other states for program design, implementation, and outcome measurement; 8. Review other aspects of each program as deemed appropriate; and 9. Provide options for improving early childhood development programs in the Commonwealth. [Year one of a two-year study.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the findings and recommendations of the State Water Commission.
    State Water Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Report on the recommendations of the interagency workgroup convened to assess the barriers to serving students with disabilities in their local public schools. The workgroup shall assess existing policies and funding formulas including school divisions' program requirements, localities' composite indices, local Children's Services Act (CSA) match rate allocations, local CSA rate setting practices, the impact of caps on support positions, policies for transitioning students back to the public school, and funding for local educational programming based on models which are collaborative and create savings for both local and state government while providing youth an educational option within their communities.
    Department of Education - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Manufacturing Development Commission.
    Manufacturing Development Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report on the research efforts supported by the Commonwealth Health Research Board and expenditures from the Commonwealth Health Research Fund.
    Commonwealth Health Research Board - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Virginia Bicentennial of the American War of 1812 Commission.
    Virginia Bicentennial of the American War of 1812 Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary and report on the interim activity and work of the Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Awards Committee.
    Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Awards Committee - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Commission on Civics Education.
    Commission on Civics Education - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.
    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activities and work of the Education Commissioners of the States.
    Education Commission of the States - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Rappahannock River Basin Commission.
    Rappahannock River Basin Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary on the findings and recommendations of the Small Business Commission.
    Small Business Commission - 01/11/2017
  • Annual report of the Joint Commission on Technology and Science.
    Joint Commission on Technology and Science - 01/11/2017
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Board of Visitors of the Virginia Community College System.
    Virginia Community College System - 01/11/2017
    Hide details for January 1, 2017January 1, 2017
  • Quarterly report on the status of the completion of the General Assembly Building project. [Q2 FY 2017] [Reporting requirements of Chapter 759, Enactment Clause 11. (2016) are identical.]
    Department of Planning and Budget and Department of General Services - 01/01/2017
  • Annual report on the transfers of funds by the Virginia Small Business Financing Authority, by fund, between Virginia Small Business Growth Fund; the Virginia Export Fund; and the Insurance or Guarantee Fund.
    Virginia Small Business Financing Authority - 01/01/2017
  • Annual summary report on federal anti-crime and related grants which will require state general funds for matching purposes during fiscal year 2013 and beyond. The report shall include a list of each grant and grantee, the purpose of the grant, and the amount of federal and state funds recommended, organized by topical area and fiscal period. The report shall indicate whether each grant represents a new program or a renewal of an existing grant.
    Department of Criminal Justice Services - 01/01/2017
  • Quarterly report on the progress of determining disposal options for the surplus real property parcels set forth in Item 428.U.1. of the 2016 Appropriation Act. [Q2 FY 2017]
    Department of General Services - 01/01/2017
  • Quarterly report on the progress toward transitioning to new information technology services that will replace the information technology services currently provided by Northrop Grumman under the Comprehensive Infrastructure Agreement, and shall: (i) describe efforts to discontinue the Unisys mainframe, (ii) assess the Virginia Information Technologies Agency's organization and in-scope information technology and telecommunications costs, and (iii) identify options available to the Commonwealth at the expiry of the current agreement including any anticipated steps required to plan for its expiration. [Q2 FY 2017]
    Chief Information Officer of the Commonwealth - 01/01/2017
  • Annual report on the feasibility and cost of implementing the secure return of voted absentee military-overseas ballots from uniformed-service voters outside of the United States.
    Department of Elections - 01/01/2017
  • Annual report on the petitioning localities, the mandate or portion thereof for which temporary suspension of state mandates was sought, and the response provided to the locality.
    Office of the Governor - 01/01/2017
    Hide details for December 30, 2016December 30, 2016
  • Oversight report of the Virginia Retirement System (VRS).
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 12/30/2016
  • Quarterly report on the number of additional individuals who have applied for compensation to individuals who were involuntarily sterilized pursuant to the Virginia Eugenical Sterilization Act and who were living as of February 1, 2015.
    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 12/30/2016
    Hide details for December 15, 2016December 15, 2016
  • Biennial executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Virginia Land Conservation Board.
    Virginia Land Conservation Board - 12/15/2016
  • Estimate of anticipated general fund revenue, estimate of anticipated transportation fund revenues, and estimates of anticipated revenues for each of the remaining major nongeneral funds, for a prospective period of six years.
    Office of the Governor - 12/15/2016
    Hide details for December 1, 2016December 1, 2016
  • Report on the review of the recommendations of the Higher Education Advisory Committee relative to the criteria set forth in subdivision B. 1. through B. 6. of § 23.1-309 of the Code of Virginia.
    State Council of Higher Education for Virginia - 12/01/2016
  • Report on the review of the recommendations of the Higher Education Advisory Committee relative to the criteria set forth in subdivision C. 1. and C. 2 of § 23.1-309 of the Code of Virginia.
    State Council of Higher Education for Virginia - 12/01/2016
  • Annual report on qualified donations of less-than-fee interests accepted by any public or private conservation agency in the respective calendar year. The report shall include an estimate of the number of acres of land currently being used for "production agriculture and silviculture" as defined in § 3.2-300 that have been protected by qualified donations of less-than-fee interests. This report shall also include information, when available, on land qualifying for credits being used for "production agriculture and silviculture" that have onsite operational best management practices, which are designed to reduce the amount of nutrients and sediment entering public waters; and, when available, on riparian buffers, both vegetated/forested buffers and no-plow buffers, required by deed restriction on land qualifying for credits in order to protect water quality. Qualified donations shall not include the conveyance of a fee interest, or a less-than-fee interest, in real property by a charitable organization that (i) meets the definition of "holder" in § 10.1-1009 and (ii) holds one or more conservation easements. [This report includes reporting requirements of the Virginia Land Conservation Board as required by Code of Virginia § 10.1-1018.1.]
    Department of Conservation and Recreation - 12/01/2016
  • Annual report on the activities and findings, including any recommendations for legislation, of the Commission on Employee Retirement Security and Pension Reform.
    Commission on Employee Retirement Security and Pension Reform - 12/01/2016
  • Report on the findings of whether the available alternative coverage and service options for primary liability, medical malpractice, and employee malfeasance policy coverages and contracts, and alternatives for liability reinsurance, for such coverage currently paid for by localities under VARisk are competitive with or preferable to the coverage and service options provided under VARisk, and the potential financial benefits or liabilities to the stakeholders or the Commonwealth.
    Compensation Board - 12/01/2016
  • Report on the efforts and recommendations of the work group convened to: (i) recommend methods to improve data capture on the annual incidence of brain injury as defined in the Code of Virginia, and (ii) review expenditure data on Virginians with brain injury receiving care outside of the state, and evaluate options for providing for their care in the Commonwealth.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2016
  • Annual progress report and recommendations for the delivery of services to Virginians with autism spectrum disorders.
    Autism Advisory Council - 12/01/2016
  • Annual report on the activities of the Economic Crisis Strike Force.
    Economic Crisis Strike Force - 12/01/2016
  • Annual report on the status of its work, including any findings and recommendations, for an appropriate monument in Capitol Square to commemorate the life, achievements, and legacy of American Indians in the Commonwealth.
    Virginia Indian Commemorative Commission - 12/01/2016
  • Annual report on the fund status, the number of children served by the program, the costs of services, and any issues related to the Virginia Family Access to Medical Insurance Security Plan (FAMIS).
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2016
  • Quarterly report for any nontransportation-related construction project in excess of $2 million that was procured by any method other than competitive sealed bidding, including the justification for the procurement method chosen and whether or not the procurement meets the standards as set forth by the Secretary of Administration guidelines. [Reporting requirements of Chapter 760, Enactment Clause 4., 2015 Acts of Assembly are identical.]
    Department of General Services - 12/01/2016
    Hide details for November 30, 2016November 30, 2016
  • Annual report on the results of the annual statewide drill in response to a large-scale disaster including, but not limited to, electrical power outages.
    Department of Emergency Management - 11/30/2016
  • Annual report on: 1. The condition of existing transportation assets, using asset management methodology pursuant to § 33.2-352; 2. The methodology used to determine maintenance needs, including an explanation of the transparent methodology used for the allocation of funds from the Highway Maintenance and Operating Fund pursuant to subsection A of § 33.2-352; 3. Beginning with the November 2015 report through the November 2019 report, the allocations to the reconstruction and rehabilitation of functionally obsolete or structurally deficient bridges and to the reconstruction of pavements determined to have a combined condition index of less than 60 and beginning with the November 2020 report, the methodology used to determine allocations of construction funds for state of good repair purposes as defined in § 33.2-369 and any waiver of the cap provided for in subsection B of § 33.2-369; 4. The performance targets and outcomes for (i) the current two-year period starting July 1 of even-numbered years and (ii) the following two-year period starting July 1 of the next even-numbered year. The targets and outcomes shall state what is expected to be achieved, based on funding identified for maintenance and state of good repair purposes, over each two-year period; 5. Beginning with the November 2016 report, a listing of prioritized pavement and bridge needs based on the priority ranking system developed by the Board pursuant to § 33.2-369 and a description of the priority ranking system; 6. The Department's (i) strategies for improving safety and security and (ii) strategies and activities to improve highway operations within the Commonwealth, including the use of funds in the Innovation and Technology Transportation Fund established pursuant to § 33.2-1531 and improved incident management; 7. A review of the Department's collaboration with the private sector in delivering services; and 8. Traffic modeling results for all federally funded projects requiring a multi-alternative National Environmental Policy Act analysis.
    Commissioner of Highways - 11/30/2016
  • Annual report on the use of moneys in the Innovation and Technology Transportation Fund.
    Commissioner of Highways - 11/30/2016
    Hide details for November 15, 2016November 15, 2016
  • Report on the review of the current statutory disclosure forms located in the Code of Virginia at § 2.2-426 - "Lobbyist's Disclosure Statement," § 2.2-3117 - "Statement of Economic Interests," § 2.2-3118 - "Financial Disclosure Form," and § 30-111 - "Statement of Economic Interests," and recommendations for the revision of such forms consistent with the provisions of Chapter 777 of the 2015 Acts of Assembly.
    Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council - 11/15/2016
  • Annual report of the Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority, including an updated strategic plan, and annual summary of the activities, and recommendations for the support and expansion of the nuclear energy industry in Virginia.
    Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority - 11/15/2016
  • Report on the evaluation of whether the forecasted revenue and the planned operational and capital needs of the Virginia Port Authority for the next 10 years support (i) the deposits of funding into, and continuation of, the Port Opportunity Fund as required by § 62.1-132.3:1 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, and (ii) the continuation of the Port of Virginia Economic and Infrastructure Development Grant Fund and Program established pursuant to § 62.1-132.3:2 of the Code of Virginia. The report shall include recommendations regarding modifications to or elimination of such funds, programs, and deposits.
    Secretary of Transportation - 11/15/2016
  • Report on any proposed changes to the program structure, eligibility requirements, distribution of funding or overall funding amounts made available through the Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit program.
    Joint Subcommittee to Evaluate Tax Preferences - 11/15/2016
    Hide details for November 1, 2016November 1, 2016
  • Annual report on the financial statements for the year ending the preceding June 30 and the accounts and status of any ongoing capital projects. [Includes reporting requirements for Item 216.E.2. of the 2016 Appropriation Act.
    Virginia Community College System - 11/01/2016
  • Annual Commonwealth Threat Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (C-THIRA) Report, developed to identify threats and hazards and determine capability targets and resource requirements necessary to address anticipated and unanticipated risks to state and local preparedness. The C-THIRA Report shall (i) identify a list of the threats and hazards of primary concern to the Commonwealth; (ii) describe the threats and hazards of concern, showing how they may affect the Commonwealth; (iii) assess each threat and hazard in context to develop a specific capability target for each core capability consistent with federal National Preparedness Goals; and (iv) estimate the resources required to achieve the capability targets through the use of community assets and mutual aid, while also considering preparedness activities, including mitigation opportunities. Additionally, the C-THIRA Report shall assess the Commonwealth's state of planning, organizing, training, equipping, exercising, evaluating, and ability to take corrective action as well as any shortfalls in these areas, and any deficiencies in securing critical infrastructure. The C-THIRA Report shall also serve as the Commonwealth's strategic approach to improving future preparedness.
    Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security - 11/01/2016
  • Report on the recommendations of the Standards of Learning Innovation Committee's review of the number, subjects, and question composition of standardized tests administered to public high school students in the Commonwealth.
    Standards of Learning Innovation Committee - 11/01/2016
  • Report detailing the financial condition of the regional tourism entity and a plan for achieving its long-term financial sustainability for the City of Portsmouth. The report shall include the following for the three most recent fiscal years: (i) a statement of financial position summarizing the assets, liabilities and net assets of the organization; (ii) a statement of activity showing total attendance, income and expenses; and (iii) a statement of cash flow.
    City of Portsmouth - 11/01/2016
  • Quarterly report on the implementation of the  Commonwealth Coordinated Care program, including information on program enrollment, the ability of Medicare and Medicaid Managed Care Plans to ensure a robust provider network, resolution of provider concerns regarding the cost and technical difficulties in participating in the program, quality of care, and progress in resolving issues related to federal Medicare requirements which impede the efficient and effective delivery of care. [Q1 FY 2017]
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 11/01/2016
  • Evaluations and recommendations regarding capital outlay projects.
    Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan Advisory Committee - 11/01/2016
  • Recommendations of any changes to the current six-year capital outlay plan (described in Code of Virginia § 2.2-1518) and of project funding, including adjusting the fiscal years covered by the plan so that the plan will cover the six fiscal years beginning July 1 of the following year.
    Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan Advisory Committee - 11/01/2016
    Hide details for October 31, 2016October 31, 2016
  • Report on the outcome of the negotiations pursuant to the procurement for the Commonwealth of Virginia Transform I-66 Corridor Outside the Beltway project and whether the parties were able to deliver the project in a manner that meets all of the terms published in the request for qualifications dated September 17, 2015, as clarified by the term sheet published on October 1, 2015, and subsequently amended, and the draft request for proposals dated December 17, 2015.
    Secretary of Transportation - 10/31/2016
    Hide details for October 1, 2016October 1, 2016
  • Biennial report on the activities and recommendations of the Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority. In any reporting period where state general funds are appropriated to the Authority, the report shall include a detailed summary of how state general funds were expended.
    Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority - 10/01/2016
  • 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.
    Secretary of Health and Human Resources - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report on the status, needs, and accomplishments of the Center for Rural Virginia.
    Center for Rural Virginia - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report on the lottery revenues, prize disbursements and other expenses. Such annual report shall also include such recommendations for changes in this chapter as the Director and Board deem necessary or desirable.
    Virginia Lottery - 10/01/2016
  • Annual Report of the Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission.
    Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission - 10/01/2016
  • Annual audited financial report of the Wireless E-911 Fund.
    Auditor of Public Accounts - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report of the Virginia Board of Health.
    Board of Health - 10/01/2016
  • Annual audit report of the Department of Taxation, including recommendations of annual benchmarks for evaluating the effectiveness of the Department of Taxation’s local retail sales and use tax collection and distribution process.
    Auditor of Public Accounts - 10/01/2016
  • Quarterly report on the progress toward transitioning to new information technology services that will replace the information technology services currently provided by Northrop Grumman under the Comprehensive Infrastructure Agreement, and shall: (i) describe efforts to discontinue the Unisys mainframe, (ii) assess the Virginia Information Technologies Agency's organization and in-scope information technology and telecommunications costs, and (iii) identify options available to the Commonwealth at the expiry of the current agreement including any anticipated steps required to plan for its expiration. [Q1 FY 2017]
    Chief Information Officer of the Commonwealth - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report on the gain sharing program for use by agencies detailing identified savings and their usage.
    Department of Human Resource Management - 10/01/2016
  • 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.
    Secretary of Administration - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report on the results of security audits, the extent to which security policy, standards, and guidelines have been adopted by executive branch and independent agencies, and a list of those executive branch agencies and independent agencies that have not implemented acceptable security and risk management regulations, policies, standards, and guidelines to control unauthorized uses, intrusions, or other security threats.
    Chief Information Officer of the Commonwealth - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report on the progress of activities conducted to indentify duplicate voter registrations, voters who no longer reside in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and other persons who are no longer entitled to be registered, including the number of duplicate registrations found to exist and the procedures that the State Board of Elections and general registrars are following to eliminate duplicate registrations from the Virginia registered voter lists.
    Department of Elections - 10/01/2016
  • Annual report on the statistical information derived from its programs and activities. [This report also includes the reporting requirement of § 40.1-117 (C) -- Annual report on the activities and work of the Apprenticeship Council.]
    Department of Labor and Industry - 10/01/2016