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    Reports to the General Assembly
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    Hide details for January 15, 2015January 15, 2015
  • Report on the contribution rates for the Optional Retirement Plan for Higher Education.
    Virginia Retirement System - 01/15/2015
  • Annual report on the boards of visitors of all public institutions, and other boards appointed by the Governor; the commissions issued under appointments made by the Governor, except commissions to notaries public; the departments, boards, councils, commissions, and other collegial bodies created in the executive branch of state government; and other matters as the Governor requires. The annual report shall also include an organizational chart of state government that (i) identifies each agency, department, and institution of state government and (ii) contains a brief description of the duties of each agency, department, and institution; and information and photographs of the members of the General Assembly. [Referred to as the Blue Book]
    Secretary of the Commonwealth - 01/15/2015
  • Annual report summarizing changes in required debt service payments from the general fund as the result of any refinancing, refunding, or issuance actions taken or expected to be taken by the Commonwealth within the next twelve months.
    Department of the Treasury - 01/15/2015
  • Quarterly status report on the progress made on site selection, project design, projected costs, and project finances associated with the construction of permanent monuments for the Women's Monument Commission and the Virginia Indian Commemorative Commission. (Q2 FY 2015)
    Department of General Services - 01/15/2015
  • Quarterly report on the number and the category of offenses charged involving adult and juvenile offenders in cases in which court-appointed counsel is assigned, including the amounts paid by waiver above the initial cap to court-appointed counsel. (Q2 FY 2015)
    Supreme Court of Virginia - 01/15/2015
    Hide details for January 14, 2015January 14, 2015
  • Study of the cost efficiency of the Commonwealth's institutions of higher education and to identify opportunities to reduce the cost of public higher education in Virginia. In conducting its study, the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission (JLARC) shall consider (i) teaching loads and productivity of faculty; (ii) the impact of faculty research on tuition and other costs; (iii) incentives created by existing faculty compensation models; (iv) design and utilization of facilities; (v) operation of enterprise activities; (vi) the use of technology for academic programs and administrative functions; (vii) administrative staffing and costs; (viii) scholarships and other student aid programs; (ix) the use of outsourcing and public-private partnerships; (x) the use of cooperative procurement; (xi) the impact of nonacademic activities and programs on tuition and fees; (xii) sources of revenue and income, and how these sources are allocated toward academic, administrative, and other costs; (xiii) opportunities to reduce the cost of public higher education in Virginia; and (xiv) such other related matters as it may deem appropriate. [Second year of a two-year study.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Study of the efficiency and effectiveness of elementary and secondary school spending in Virginia. The Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission shall (i) study the efficiency and effectiveness of elementary and secondary school spending in Virginia, including evaluating the findings from School Efficiency Reviews and assessing the extent to which recommendations have been implemented; (ii) compare to other states how and to what extent Virginia funds elementary and secondary education; and (iii) identify opportunities to improve the quality of education students receive in consideration of the funds spent. [First year of a two-year study.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Update of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission (JLARC) 2003 report on the Commonwealth's implementation of the Workforce Investment Act. ["Review of Workforce Training in Virginia, January 2003] In conducting its study, JLARC shall examine the level of transparency of funding of Virginia's workforce training and development programs and recommend measures to ensure that state agencies with oversight responsibilities are provided access to information regarding expenditures of workforce training and development funding and the outcomes generated by such expenditures. {Second year of a two-year study.} [This report also includes the reporting requirements of Item 30.H.1. of the 2014 Appropriation Act.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Commission on Civics Education.
    Commission on Civics Education - 01/14/2015
  • Annual report on the actions, conclusions and recommendations for conserving the Commonwealth's forest supply.
    State Forester - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Board of Visitors of the Virginia Community College System.
    Virginia Community College System - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary of the activity and work of the Commission on Electric Utility Regulation.
    Commission on Electric Utility Regulation - 01/14/2015
  • Annual report on the Judicial Council proceedings.
    Judicial Council of Virginia - 01/14/2015
  • 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 - 01/14/2015
  • 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 - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Rappahannock River Basin Commission.
    Rappahannock River Basin Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual report on the work and activities of the Western Virginia Public Education Consortium.
    Western Virginia Public Education Consortium - 01/14/2015
  • 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 - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary on the findings and recommendations of the Small Business Commission.
    Small Business Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Virginia Coal and Energy Commission.
    Virginia Coal and Energy Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Manufacturing Development Commission.
    Manufacturing Development Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual report of the Joint Commission on Technology and Science.
    Joint Commission on Technology and Science - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of staffing levels and employment conditions at the Department of Corrections. In conducting its study, the joint committee shall study the adequacy of staffing levels, employee
    health and safety, and turnover rates at the correctional facilities of the Commonwealth.

    Joint Committee Studying Staffing Levels and Employment Conditions at the Department of Corrections - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of strategies for preventing and mitigating potential damages caused by geomagnetic disturbances and electromagnetic pulses. In conducting its study, the Joint Commission on Technology and Science shall (i) study the nature and magnitude of potential threats to the Commonwealth caused by geomagnetic disturbances and electromagnetic pulses; (ii) examine the Commonwealth's vulnerabilities to the potential negative impacts of geomagnetic disturbances and electromagnetic pulses; (iii) identify strategies to prevent and mitigate the effects of geomagnetic disturbances and electromagnetic pulses on the Commonwealth's infrastructure; (iv) estimate the feasibility and costs of such preventative and mitigation measures; and (v) make recommendations regarding strategies the Commonwealth should employ to better protect itself from and mitigate damages caused by geomagnetic disturbances and electromagnetic pulses.
    Joint Commission on Technology and Science - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of the location of the Department of Transportation's regional Hampton Roads office. The Department shall consider real estate, financial, and environmental factors to determine if a new location of the Hampton Roads office could better serve the Hampton Roads highway construction district. In conducting its study, the Department of Transportation shall consult with each of the counties and cities within the Hampton Roads highway construction district to determine the optimal location for a regional office.
    Department of Transportation - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of supported decision-making for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In conducting this study, the Secretary of Health and Human Resources shall (i) examine the use of supported decision-making for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Commonwealth; (ii) compare the Commonwealth's policies and practices related to supported decision-making and informed choice to the policies and practices used in other jurisdictions; and (iii) after consultation with The Arc of Virginia, Voices of Virginia, the Autism Society, the Down Syndrome Association, the Jenny Hatch Justice Project, and other stakeholders, recommend strategies to improve the use of supported decision-making in the Commonwealth and ensure that individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities are consistently informed about and receive the opportunity to participate in their important life decisions.
    Secretary of Health and Human Resources - 01/14/2015
  • Progress report on the development of a model social history and guidelines for the use of such model to be used by court services units to assist a court to make an informed decision on the disposition of a juvenile under its jurisdiction. Such model and guidelines may include instructions on obtaining individualized educational program assessments and incorporating information about exposure of the juvenile to trauma.
    Department of Juvenile Justice - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of the potential effects of the Commonwealth's mandating full-day kindergarten programs. In conducting its study, the Joint Committee shall (i) examine current kindergarten programs in the Commonwealth and in other states; (ii) examine the intellectual, social, and emotional impacts of full-day kindergarten; (iii) assess the effect of requiring full-day kindergarten programs on staff, infrastructure, and scheduling requirements; (iv) consider the fiscal and policy implications of requiring full-day kindergarten programs in the Commonwealth; (v) consider any other matters the Joint Committee deems relevant; and (vi) submit any findings and recommendations that the Joint Committee deems appropriate.
    Joint Committee of the Senate Committee on Education and Health and the Senate Committee on Finance - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the development of a Master Rail Plan for the principal facilities of the Port of Virginia in the interest of the development of landside rail access logistics to serve the principal facilities of the Port of Virginia. In developing the Master Rail Plan for the principal facilities of the Port of Virginia, the Virginia Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment shall consider, but not be limited to, the following issues:

    1. The status and characteristics of the current rail systems that support the port facilities.
    2. The development of a rail master plan with the flexibility to support both near- and long-term business opportunities at the port facilities.
    3. The identification of any operational and physical constraints or limitations on providing efficient and competitive dual rail access service to the port facilities and recommendations to mitigate them to the extent practicable.
    4. The identification of any improvements to rail access to the port facilities and related intermodal facilities to support desired train volumes.
    5. The identification of potential increases to the port facilities' intermodal rail throughput capacity as demand increases.
    6. Strategic recommendations to guide future rail planning and funding decisions to support desired train volumes.

    Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of the economic and environmental benefits of the use of recycled material in the manufacturing process in Virginia. In addition, the Manufacturing Development Commission shall make recommendations on ways to enhance the market for recycled material to the benefit of Virginia manufacturers and suppliers, while not creating any adverse financial burdens for Virginia's retailers or consumers.
    Manufacturing Development Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of the use of federal, state, and local funds for the public and private educational placements of students with disabilities. In conducting its study, the Commission on Youth shall (i) examine the use of CSA and Medicaid funds for private day and private residential special education placements; (ii) gather local and statewide data on the extent to which youth are placed in settings that are segregated from nondisabled students; (iii) determine the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of more integrated alternatives to provide special education services to students including, but not limited to, those students with intellectual and developmental disabilities currently in segregated settings in the Commonwealth; and (iv) consider any other matters as it deems appropriate to meet the objectives of this study. [First year of a two-year study.]
    Virginia Commission on Youth - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the creation and implementation of the statewide transportation technology goals and a five-year plan of action. Such goals and plan shall be directed to the efficiency, safety, and convenience of all modes of transportation throughout the Commonwealth.
    Department of Transportation and Secretary of Transportation - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of viral hepatitis within the Commonwealth. In conducting its study, the Joint Commission on Health Care shall (i) identify resources available, and those needed, for testing, treatment, and prevention of viral hepatitis; (ii) ascertain any financial, workforce, legislative, or regulatory factors limiting testing, treatment, and prevention of viral hepatitis; (iii) identify opportunities for integration of viral hepatitis treatment within new or existing HIV-positive treatment programs; and (iv) consult with representatives of the Commonwealth's health care providers, pharmaceutical sector, military community, and other appropriate stakeholders. [First year of a two-year study.]
    Joint Commission on Health Care - 01/14/2015
  • Report on the study of Virginia's Line of Duty Act. The Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission (JLARC) shall study the following items, but not be limited to: the current implementation of the Act, the current and projected future costs of benefits awarded thereunder, and the advisability of coordinating those benefits with additional benefits paid under other state and federal programs. In conducting its study, the JLARC shall (i) examine how claims for benefits under Virginia's Line of Duty Act are being administered and how eligibility is determined, and whether all provisions of the law are being enforced and complied with so that predictable results in accordance with the law are assured; (ii) determine whether the current appeal process provided under Virginia's Line of Duty Act protects the rights of applicants, beneficiaries, and employers; (iii) determine the current and projected costs of fully funding all benefits payable under Virginia's Line of Duty Act for the next 10 years and project the premiums that will need to be charged in each of the next 10 years to employers participating in the State Fund to ensure the full funding of benefits covered thereby; (iv) review other programs that provide benefits similar to those available under Virginia's Line of Duty Act, including other states' programs; compare how those programs are administered and funded and the amount, type, and cost of benefits provided thereunder; determine whether and how those programs provide for the coordination of benefits available; and assess the value and feasibility of adopting those program structures and practices in Virginia; (v) review other benefit programs within Virginia to determine if aspects of those could be implemented under Virginia's Line of Duty Act to make benefit administration under the Act more efficient; and (vi) make recommendations on these issues as appropriate. [First year of a two-year study.]
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual report on the findings and recommendations of the State Water Commission.
    State Water Commission - 01/14/2015
  • 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 - 01/14/2015
  • 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 - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission.
    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Commission - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary on the interim activities and work of the Education Commissioners of the States.
    Education Commission of the States - 01/14/2015
  • Annual executive summary of the interim activity and work of the Health Insurance Reform Commission.
    Health Insurance Reform Commission - 01/14/2015
    Hide details for January 8, 2015January 8, 2015
  • Annual report on all endorsed incentive packages, which shall contain the following information: (i) the industrial sector of the MEI project or other economic development project, (ii) known competitor states, (iii) employment creation and capital investment expectations, (iv) anticipated average annual wage of the new jobs, (v) local and state returns on investment as prepared by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership Authority, (vi) expected time frame for repayment of the incentives to the Commonwealth in the form of direct and indirect general tax revenues, (vii) details of the proposed incentive package, including the breakdown of the components into various uses and an expected timeline for payments, and (viii) draft legislation or amendments to the Appropriation Act that propose financing for the endorsed incentive package through the Virginia Public Building Authority or any other proposed funding or financing mechanisms.
    MEI (Major Employment and Investment) Project Approval Commission - 01/08/2015
    Hide details for January 1, 2015January 1, 2015
  • 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 I rollout.
    Secretary of Administration and Secretary of Finance - 01/01/2015
  • 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 - 01/01/2015
  • Quarterly report on the number and total cost of incidents brought to the attention of the Department of Taxation in the immediatley preceding quarter arising during Virginia tax stamping operations that result in the stamping agents incurring a cost equal to or greater than $500. [Q2 FY 2015]
    Department of Taxation - 01/01/2015
  • Quarterly report concerning the current status of all highway construction projects in the Commonwealth. The report shall contain, at a minimum, the following information for every project in the Six-Year Improvement Program: (i) project description; (ii) total cost estimate; (iii) funds expended to date; (iv) project timeline and completion date; (v) statement of whether project is ahead of, on, or behind schedule; (vi) the name of the prime contractor; (vii) total expenditures of federal transportation funds in each county and city; (viii) total expenditures of state transportation funds in each county and city; (ix) statewide totals for federal, state, and local funds expended for highways; (x) statewide totals for federal, state, and local funds expended for transit; (xi) total funds expended on intercity passenger and freight rail line and trains; and (xii) total funds expended in each federal and state programmatic category. (2Q FY 2015)
    Commissioner of Highways - 01/01/2015
  • Expenditure report of the Medicaid program in relation to the agency's actual appropriation. [Q2 FY 2015]
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 01/01/2015
  • Quarterly report on the progress in implementing the plan to close state training centers and transition residents to the community. The report shall provide the following information on each state training center: (i) the number of authorized representatives who have made decisions regarding the long-term type of placement for the resident they represent and the type of placement they have chosen; (ii) the number of authorized representatives who have not yet made such decisions; (iii) barriers to discharge; (iv) the general fund and nongeneral fund cost of the services provided to individuals transitioning from training centers; and (v) the use of increased Medicaid reimbursement for congregate residential services to meet exceptional needs of individuals transitioning from state training centers; and shall include results of the surveys of each individual residing in the facility slated for closure to determine the adequacy of the community to provide care and treatment for the individual, including but not limited to, the appropriateness of current provider rates, adequacy of waiver services, and availability of housing. [Q2 FY 2015]
    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 01/01/2015
  • Semi-annual progress report on the modernization of eligibility determination systems that must include a current project summary, implementation status, accounting of project expenditures, and future milestones.
    Department of Social Services - 01/01/2015
  • 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 - 01/01/2015
  • 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 - 01/01/2015
    Hide details for December 15, 2014December 15, 2014
  • Biennial executive summary on the interim activity and work of the Virginia Land Conservation Board.
    Virginia Land Conservation Board - 12/15/2014
  • Report on the (i) planned or actual material changes in asset allocation, (ii) investment performance of all asset classes and subclasses, and (iii) investment policies and programs of the Virginia College Savings Plan.
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 12/15/2014
  • Annual report on the sliding fee scale and eligibility criteria adopted by the Board of Social Services.
    Department of Social Services - 12/15/2014
  • 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 - 12/15/2014
    Hide details for December 1, 2014December 1, 2014
  • 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 - 12/01/2014
  • Annual report of the total of fines, costs, forfeitures and penalties assessed, collected, and unpaid and those which remain unsatisfied or do not meet the conditions of § 19.2-354 by each circuit and district court. The report shall include the procedures established by the Department of Taxation and the State Compensation Board pursuant to this section and a plan for increasing the collection of unpaid fines, costs, forfeitures and penalties. [The reporting requirement for Item 70.F. of the 2014 Appropriation Act is included in this report.]
    Compensation Board - 12/01/2014
  • Annual report on the statewide evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of all local drug treatment courts.
    Supreme Court of Virginia - 12/01/2014
  • Update to the December 31, 2013 assessment of the comprehensive infrastructure agreement between the Commonwealth of Virginia and Northrop Grumman Information Technology, Inc. The assessment shall (i) include a detailed overview of all in-scope agency infrastructure transition timelines and costs, including untransformed agencies; (ii) describe all efforts undertaken to ensure the market competitiveness of the fees paid by the Commonwealth to Northrop Grumman; (iii) assess whether the financial and contractual terms of the comprehensive agreement ensure that the Commonwealth's needs are met, including whether any modifications thereto are required; and (iv) identify options available to the Commonwealth at the expiry of the current agreement including any anticipated steps required to plan for its expiration.
    Chief Information Officer of the Commonwealth - 12/01/2014
  • Recommendations on methods to provide assistance for local transportation projects. The recommendations shall consider geographic equity as well as the needs of local governments, transit agencies, and metropolitan planning organizations.
    Secretary of Transportation - 12/01/2014
  • Report on the feasibility and advisability of entering into reciprocal agreements with other states for the purpose of toll enforcement.
    Department of Motor Vehicles - 12/01/2014
  • Annual report on the activities of the Economic Crisis Strike Force.
    Economic Crisis Strike Force - 12/01/2014
  • Annual report of the activities of the Virginia Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation.
    Virginia Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation - 12/01/2014
  • Annual audit report of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - 12/01/2014
    Hide details for November 30, 2014November 30, 2014
  • 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.
    Secretary of Administration - 11/30/2014
  • Annual report on (i) the condition and performance of the existing transportation infrastructure, using an asset management methodology and generally accepted engineering principles and business practices to identify and prioritize maintenance and operations needs and to identify performance standards to be used to determine those needs, and funding required to meet those needs, (ii) the Department's strategies for improving safety and security, increasing efficiency in agency programs and projects, and collaborating with the private sector and local government in the delivery of services, (iii) the operating and financial activities of the Department, including the construction and maintenance programs, transportation costs and revenue, and federal allocations, and (iv) other such matters of importance to transportation in the Commonwealth.
    Commissioner of Highways - 11/30/2014
    Hide details for November 15, 2014November 15, 2014
  • Report to the Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability on the uses of the Intercity Passenger Rail Operating and Capital Funds.
    Secretary of Transportation - 11/15/2014
  • 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.
    Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security - 11/15/2014
    Hide details for November 1, 2014November 1, 2014
  • Biennial report on the summary of the Board's fiscal affairs, the description of the Board's activities, the statistical information regarding the administrative hearings and decisions of the Board, the general summary of all complaints received against licensees and the procedures used to resolve the complaints, and the description of any action taken by the Board designed to increase public awareness of Board operations and to facilitate public participation.
    Board of Bar Examiners - 11/01/2014
  • Annual report on the Virginia Outdoors Foundation.
    Virginia Outdoors Foundation - 11/01/2014
  • Report on feasible long-term financing mechanisms for potential funding sources on the federal, state and local level that may be available to Virginia's trauma centers to support the system's capacity to provide quality trauma services to Virginia citizens.
    Department of Health, Commissioner - 11/01/2014
  • Report on the review, findings, and recommendations of the current rate that is paid for medical costs associated with involuntary mental health commitments. The review shall assess whether the current rate paid for medical services is adequate to serve individuals who may require highly specialized staffing and treatment needs while under detention.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 11/01/2014
  • Evaluations and recommendations regarding capital outlay projects.
    Six-Year Capital Outlay Plan Advisory Committee - 11/01/2014
  • 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 - 11/01/2014
    Hide details for October 1, 2014October 1, 2014
  • 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 - 10/01/2014
  • 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 - 10/01/2014
  • Final report on the development of student growth indicators. The growth indicators shall be used in the standards of accreditation of schools and in teacher evaluations.
    Department of Education - 10/01/2014
  • Report on the adherence to the cash flow requirements for each project set forth in paragraph B. of Item C-39.40 of Chapter 1, 2014 Special Session I, Acts of Assembly, and any deviation in necessary project appropriation and allotment which creates a delay in the progress of the projects.
    Auditor of Public Accounts - 10/01/2014
  • Annual audited financial report of the Wireless E-911 Fund.
    Auditor of Public Accounts - 10/01/2014
  • Annual report on the status and implementation of the worker retraining tax credit, including certifications for eligible worker retraining.
    Department of Small Business and Suppiler Diversity - 10/01/2014
  • 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 - 10/01/2014
  • Annual report of the Virginia Board of Health.
    Board of Health - 10/01/2014
  • Report on the progress of reviewing voter registration information and lists of persons voting at primaries and elections from the states bordering the Commonwealth, including the number of duplicate registrations found to exist and the procedures that the State Board and general registrars are following to eliminate duplicate registrations from the Virginia registered voter lists.
    Department of Elections - 10/01/2014
  • Annual audit report of the Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission.
    Auditor of Public Accounts - 10/01/2014
  • Annual report on the status of Indian tribes in Virginia.
    Secretary of the Commonwealth - 10/01/2014
  • Annual report on the executive branch and independent agencies and institutions of higher education that have not implemented acceptable policies, procedures, and standards to control unauthorized uses, intrusions, or other security threats. The report shall also include (a) results of security audits, including those state agencies, independent agencies, and institutions of higher education that have not implemented acceptable regulations, standards, policies, and guidelines to control unauthorized uses, intrusions, or other security threats and (b) the extent to which security standards and guidelines have been adopted by state agencies.
    Chief Information Officer of the Commonwealth - 10/01/2014
  • Expenditure report of the Medicaid program in relation to the agency's actual appropriation. [Q1 FY 2015]
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 10/01/2014
  • Report from Visions of Truth Community Development Corporation (Visions of Truth) that details the results of the self-sufficiency programs for improving education performance for at-risk youth.
    Visions of Truth Community Development Corporation - 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.
    Secretary of Administration - 10/01/2014
  • 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 - 10/01/2014
  • Annual report on telework participation levels and trends of both private and public sector employees in the Commonwealth.
    Office of Telework Promotion and Broadband Assistance - 10/01/2014