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    Hide details for October 15, 2017October 15, 2017
  • Report on the implementation and effectiveness of the pilot programs established to provide services to mentally ill inmates or to provide pre-incarceration crisis intervention services to prevent mentally ill offenders from entering jails for grants awarded in the first year.
    Department of Criminal Justice Services - 10/15/2017
    Hide details for November 15, 2017November 15, 2017
  • Biennial Report of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission.
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 11/15/2017
  • Annual summary report on the current Sexual Violent Predator (SVP) cases and a forecast of SVP eligibility, civil commitments, and SVP conditional releases, including projected bed space requirements.
    Secretary of Health and Human Resources - 11/15/2017
  • Annual consolidated report of § 2.2-1131.1 and § 2.2-1153 of the Code of Virginia, which includes (i) information on the implementation and effectiveness of the program established pursuant to subsection A of § 2.2-1131.1, (ii) a listing of real property leases that are in effect for the current year, the agency executing the lease, the amount of space leased, the population of each leased facility, and the annual cost of the lease; and, (iii) a report on DGS's findings and recommendations under the provisions of § 2.2-1153, and recommendations for any actions that may be required by the Governor and the General Assembly to identify and dispose of property not being efficiently and effectively utilized.
    Department of General Services - 11/15/2017
  • Annual report to the Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability on the uses of the Intercity Passenger Rail Operating and Capital Funds.
    Secretary of Transportation - 11/15/2017
  • Report on the progress towards the goal of universal access for businesses and on the assessment of Commonwealth broadband infrastructure investments and utilization of Council-supported resources to promote broadband access. [Includes reporting requirements for Code of Virginia § 2.2-225 (10.)]
    Broadband Advisory Council - 11/15/2017
  • Report on (i) information that public elementary and secondary schools and local school divisions are required to provide to the Department of Education pursuant to state law, (ii) the results of the annual evaluation and determination made by the Department of Education pursuant to subsection C, (iii) any reports required of public elementary or secondary schools or local school divisions that the Department of Education has consolidated, (iv) any information that the Department of Education no longer collects from public elementary or secondary schools or local school divisions, and (v) any forms that the Department of Education no longer requires public elementary or secondary schools or local school divisions to complete.
    Board of Education - 11/15/2017
  • Special annual report on state spending.
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 11/15/2017
  • 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 - 11/15/2017
  • Report on the review of the operating, governance and financial conditions at the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA), including: (i) the legal and organizational structure of WMATA; (ii) the composition and qualifications of the WMATA Board of Directors and the length of terms of its members; (iii) labor costs and potential strategies to reduce the growth in such costs in the future; (iv) options to improve the sustainability of employee retirement plans; (v) safety and reliability; (vi) options to improve the efficiency of WMATA operations; and, (vii) other factors considered appropriate by the Secretary of Transportation. To the extent practicable, the review shall compare WMATA to other rail transit systems in the United States that have been in operations for more than 35 years and have an overall system length in excess of 35 miles.
    Secretary of Transportation - 11/15/2017
  • Report on the recommendations regarding reporting to the General Assembly toll transaction data, including total toll road violation charges and administrative fees, levied and collected, as well as the feasibility of providing such information on an annual, facility-wide basis for all toll facilities in the Commonwealth.
    Department of Transportation - 11/15/2017
    Hide details for November 20, 2017November 20, 2017
  • Monthly expenditure report of the Medicaid program in relation to the agency's actual appropriation. [October 2017]
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 11/20/2017
    Hide details for November 30, 2017November 30, 2017
  • Annual report on Proffered Cash Payments and Expenditures by Virginia's Counties, Cities and Towns.
    Commission on Local Government - 11/30/2017
  • Report on cost and utilization information for each of the mandated benefits set forth in § 2.2-2818, subsection B., including any mandated benefit made applicable, pursuant to § 2.2-2818, subdivision B. 22, to any plan established pursuant to this section. The report shall be in the same detail and form as required of reports submitted pursuant to § 38.2-3419.1, with such additional information as is required to determine the financial impact, including the costs and benefits, of the particular mandated benefit.
    Department of Human Resource Management - 11/30/2017
  • 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 - 11/30/2017
  • Report of the Work Group convened to identify and develop processes for streamlining the application and enrollment process for the Commonwealth's program of medical assistance services provided pursuant to the state plan for medical assistance, also known as Medicaid, and services provided through the Family Access to Medical Insurance Security (FAMIS) Plan for eligible incarcerated individuals so that applicable services shall be available to such individuals immediately upon release from the correctional facility. The work group shall identify and take such steps as may be feasible to implement an efficient and cost-effective process for (i) determining eligibility for Medicaid and FAMIS at the time of incarceration or detention and (ii) processing applications for eligible individuals incarcerated in state, local, or regional correctional facilities in order to ensure a seamless provision of appropriate Medicaid and FAMIS services upon release and reentry into society; and shall consider (a) how the Department of Medical Assistance Services' Central Processing Unit may be leveraged to benefit this process and (b) how the process may also be utilized to ensure appropriate coverage for inpatient hospitalization of inmates eligible for Medicaid services.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 11/30/2017
  • Annual report on the funding levels and services of the Veterans Services Fund.
    Department of Veterans Services - 11/30/2017
  • 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. 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. 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; 8. Traffic modeling results for all federally funded projects requiring a multi-alternative National Environmental Policy Act analysis; 9. A list of transportation projects approved or modified during the prior fiscal year (i) in each transportation district pursuant to § 33.2-214.1, including project costs, and (ii) in each transportation district not subject to § 33.2-214.1; and 10. A listing, by transportation district for the prior fiscal year, of the total number of lane miles of all primary and secondary roads that (i) have been resurfaced with asphalt or sealant and (ii) based on records of the Department at the close of the fiscal year, reflect a rating of "poor" or "very poor."
    Commissioner of Highways - 11/30/2017
  • Executive summary and report on the findings of the study of total compensation to employees of the Commonwealth of Virginia, including an analysis of parental leave benefits for state employees in other states and the cost of providing parental leave benefits to employees of the Commonwealth.
    Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission - 11/30/2017
  • Report of the stakeholders convened to: (i) review state and local noise and traffic regulations and the marketing of Virginia wines through events and activities; (ii) consider the findings of previous relevant studies on Virginia farm wineries; and (iii) develop recommendations as appropriate for how the state can better foster the viability of Virginia farm wineries.
    Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry - 11/30/2017
  • Annual report on the use of moneys in the Innovation and Technology Transportation Fund.
    Commissioner of Highways - 11/30/2017
  • Monthly report of the total lottery revenues, prize disbursements and other expenses for the preceding month. (October 2017)
    Virginia Lottery - 11/30/2017
  • Virginia Commonwealth University monthly summary reports at a sufficient level of detail, on such schedule, and using such format that is compatible with the Commonwealth's accounting system. (October 2017)
    Virginia Commonwealth University - 11/30/2017
  • 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 - 11/30/2017
    Hide details for December 1, 2017December 1, 2017
  • Report on the findings and recommendations of whether proper and current full funding of the liability insurance programs would be desirable and 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 - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the jail revenues and expenditures for all local and regional jails and jail farms which receive funds from the Compensation Board, including an audited statement of revenues and expenses for inmate canteen accounts, telephone commission funds, inmate medical co-payment funds, and any other fees collected from inmates and investment/interest monies.
    Compensation Board - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the aggregated information as to the number of enrolled students whose families are (i) at or below 130 percent of poverty, and (ii) above 130 percent but below 200 percent of poverty.
    Department of Education - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the progress of reducing The Library of Virginia archival backlog.
    Library of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on all regional and statewide training sessions conducted during the fiscal year, including (i) a description of each program and trainers, (ii) the dates of the training and the number of attendees for each program, (iii) a summary of evaluations of these programs by attendees, and (iv) the funds expended.
    Office of Children's Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report of the work group convened to continue improvements in the audit process and procedures for home- and community-based utilization and review audits, including any revisions to the methodology for home- and community-based utilization and review audits, and progress made in addressing provider concerns and solutions to improve the process for providers while ensuring program integrity. In addition, the report shall include documentation of the past year's audits, a summary of the number of audits to which retractions were assessed and the total amount, the number of appeals received and the results of appeals.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the operation of Virginia's publicly-funded behavioral health and developmental services system. The report shall include a brief narrative and data on the numbers of individuals receiving state facility services or CSB services, including purchased inpatient psychiatric services, the types and amounts of services received by these individuals, and CSB and state facility service capacities, staffing, revenues, and expenditures. The annual report also shall describe major new initiatives implemented during the past year and shall provide information on the accomplishment of systemic outcome and performance measures during the year. [Includes reporting requirements for Item 313.J. of the 2017 Appropriation Act.]
    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 12/01/2017
  • Final report on the the certification decision from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for all, or a portion, of the Hancock Geriatric Treatment Center at Eastern State Hospital.
    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the evaluation findings and recommendations of the pilot program implemented in the area encompassing Planning District 11 (Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford, Campbell Counties and the City of Lynchburg) for the temporary placements of children for children and families in crisis.
    Department of Social Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual Report on the efforts to expand the number of Virginians who are able to claim the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), including the number of individuals identified who could benefit from the credit, the number of individuals counseled on the availability of the federal EITC, and the number of individuals assisted with tax preparation to claim the federal EITC. The report shall also detail actual expenditures for the program including the sub-contractors that were utilized.
    Virginia Community Action Partnership - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the actual and forecasted changes to the cost per enplanement at the Washington Dulles International Airport over the prior year, what portion of the reduction is attributable to state support, what portion is attributable to cost reduction measures implemented by the Authority, and what portion is attributable to increased passenger traffic at the Airports. The report shall also include the additional measures taken by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) to reduce airline cost per enplanement including, but not limited to, an estimate of revenues that could be generated by development or disposal of property owned by the Authority as a means to further reduce long-term cost per enplanement; and include an outline of additional measures to be taken by MWAA to further reduce cost per enplanement through calendar year 2024.
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority - 12/01/2017
  • Consolidated report on completed capital projects, beginning with those authorized for construction under Chapter 665 of the 2015 Virginia Acts of Assembly, to include at a minimum procurement method, project budget, actual project costs, expected timeline, actual completion time and any post-project issues.
    Department of General Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the analysis of the collection data of each agency-administered substance abuse treatment program within the Comprehensive Interagency State Plan.
    Substance Abuse Services Council - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on (i) the number of companies that were unable to procure a performance or payment bond pursuant to subsection H of § 2.2-4337 of the Code of Virginia, (ii) the number of waivers granted by the Department pursuant to subsection H of § 2.2-4337, and (iii) the number of companies that were enrolled in any Department of the Treasury, Division of Risk Management self-bonding program for Department projects.
    Department of Transportation - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on pollution prevention activities.
    Department of Environmental Quality - 12/01/2017
  • Report and recommendations concerning the implementation of carbon emission guidelines for existing electric power generation facilities that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued pursuant to § 111(d) of the federal Clean Air Act. The report shall include an analysis of, among other matters, the impact of such federal regulations on the operation of any investor-owned incumbent electric utility's electric power generation facilities and any changes, interdiction, or suspension of such regulations.
    Department of Environmental Quality - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the activities of the Commission for the prior year including the number of complaints filed; the number of complaints originating from attorneys, judges, court employees, or the general public; the number of complaints dismissed based on (i) failure to fall within the jurisdiction of the Commission, (ii) failure to state a violation of the Canons of Judicial Conduct, or (iii) failure of the Commission to reach a conclusion that the Canons were breached; the number of complaints for which the Commission concluded that the Canons of Judicial Conduct were breached; and the number of cases from which the staff or any member of the Commission recused himself due to an actual or possible conflict.
    Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report of the State Corporation Commission on the Activities of the Office of the Managed Care Ombudsman.
    State Corporation Commission - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the activities regarding employees and the state health plan, including the impact of the renewal cost of employee and employer premiums.
    Department of Human Resource Management - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report of the Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council.
    Virginia Conflict of Interest and Ethics Advisory Council - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the status of the Virginia Housing Trust Fund, including the status of the former Housing Partnership Fund.
    Department of Housing and Community Development - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report by the Director of the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation on the activities of the Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman, including a summary of significant new developments in federal and state laws relating to common interest communities.
    Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the costs of indigent care programs, based on trend analyses of the estimated costs of the actual local per capita demand for indigent care.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on: 1. Which specific types or sources of information local directors used, either directly or through a third-party contractor, during the past year for the purpose of verifying applicants' identity, income, assets, and other information pursuant to subsection B of Code of Virginia § 63.2-503; and 2. Any types or sources of information that the Department of Social Services plans to make available to local directors to use in the future to verify applicants' identity, income, assets, and other information and the approximate date on which the local directors plan to begin using those types or sources of information. The report shall also include the number of applications for public assistance received in accordance with this section, the number of cases in which eligibility for public assistance was approved or denied, and the number of cases referred for investigation and the reasons in each case.
    Department of Social Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the condition and needs of public education in the Commonwealth, identifying any school divisions and the specific schools therein which have failed to establish and maintain schools meeting the existing prescribed standards of quality; the number of public charter schools established in the Commonwealth, as well as the number of charters denied; and any school division that is not in compliance with Code of Virginia § 22.1-253.13:3 C.; information regarding parent and student choice within each school division and any plans of such school divisions to increase school choice; a complete listing of each report that local school divisions are required to submit to the Board or any other state agency, including name, frequency, and an indication of whether the report contains information that the local school division is also required to submit to the federal government; an explanation of the need to retain or maintain the frequency of local school division reports; and a complete listing of each report pertaining to public education that local school divisions are required to submit to the federal government, including name and frequency. The report shall also include the reporting requirements for Code of Virginia § 22.1-212.25 C. on multidivision online learning during the previous school year.
    Board of Education - 12/01/2017
  • Report of the evaluation in the final year of the term of each justice and judge whose term expires during the next session of the General Assembly.
    Supreme Court of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report of the interim activity and work of the Virginia Growth and Opportunity Board.
    Virginia Growth and Opportunity Board - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the operation of the Office of Farmland Preservation.
    Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the activities and recommendations of the Capitol Square Preservation Council.
    Capitol Square Preservation Council - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the substance abuse prevention activities of the Commonwealth.
    Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the progress of implementing a process for the receipt of unpaid fines, costs, forfeitures, penalties, or restitution by the Department of Motor Vehicles on behalf of a district or circuit court.
    Department of Motor Vehicles and Supreme Court of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Interim report on the appointments made during the interim between sessions of the General Assembly, including the names of all persons appointed since adjournment or since the last report, the position, and the person whom the appointee will succeed.
    Secretary of the Commonwealth - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the demographics related to persons appointed.
    Secretary of the Commonwealth - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report of the Virginia Resources Authority, including reporting requirements of the Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund, pursuant to Code of Virginia § 10.1-603.23, as well as the reporting requirements of the Virginia Airports Revolving Fund, pursuant to Code of Virginia § 5.1-30.9.
    Virginia Resources Authority - 12/01/2017
  • 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 73.F. of the 2017 Appropriation Act is included in this report.]
    Compensation Board - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the progress and implementation of the blue crab fisheries management plan.
    Virginia Marine Resources Commission - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the plan for expenditure of any amounts in the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund.
    Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund Advisory Committee - 12/01/2017
  • Report of all scholarship foundations receiving donations for which tax credits were awarded pursuant to Article 13.3 (§ 58.1-439.25 et seq.) of Title 58.1, Code of Virginia. The list shall report such scholarships for the 12-month period ending on the immediately preceding June 30.
    Department of Education - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the status, progress, and prospects of veterans services in the Commonwealth, including performance measures and outcomes of veterans services programs, and the agency's policies and strategies relating to dissemination of information about the Military Survivors and Dependents Education Program.
    Department of Veterans Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual compilation report of each investor-owned public utility providing electric service in the Commonwealth disclosing the efforts to conserve energy, including but not limited to (i) its implementation of customer demand-side management programs and (ii) efforts by the utilities to improve efficiency and conserve energy in their internal operations pursuant to § 56-235.1; and including an assessment of the progress the Commonwealth is making toward meeting the goal of reducing the consumption of electric energy by retail customers by the year 2022 by an amount equal to 10 percent of the amount of electric energy consumed by retail customers in 2006 through the implementation of demand side management, conservation, energy efficiency, and load management programs, including consumer education.
    Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the statewide evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of all local drug treatment courts.
    Supreme Court of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the Virginia Career Readiness Certificate Program outcomes, including recommendations for improving the program and funding recommendations.
    Virginia Board of Workforce Development - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the number of circuit court judges needed and the districts for which they should be authorized.
    Supreme Court of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the number of general district court judges and juvenile and domestic relations district court judges needed and the districts for which they should be authorized.
    Supreme Court of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the work and recommendations, as well as any modifications to the discretionary sentencing guidelines adopted, of the Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission.
    Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the status of the work, including findings and recommendations, of the Commemorative Commission to Honor the Contributions of the Women of Virginia.
    Commemorative Commission to Honor the Contributions of the Women of Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Special annual report on the activities and findings regarding the Freedom of Information Act, including recommendations for changes in the law.
    Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the activities, findings, and recommendations of the work group established to study continuing health information needs and to develop recommendations for design, development, and operation of systems and strategies to meet those needs.
    Commissioner of Health - 12/01/2017
  • 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 - 12/01/2017
  • 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 - 12/01/2017
  • 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 - 12/01/2017
  • Report of the Work Group convened to develop educational standards and curricula for training health care providers, including physicians, dentists, optometrists, pharmacists, physician assistants, and nurses in the safe and appropriate use of opioids to treat pain while minimizing the risk of addiction and substance abuse. Such educational standards and curricula shall include education and training on pain management, addiction, and the proper prescribing of controlled substances. [Reporting requirements of Chapter 62, 2017 Acts of Assembly, are identical.]
    Secretary of Health and Human Resources - 12/01/2017
  • Report of the Work Group convened to review the rules, regulations, and protocols governing use of air transportation services, also known as air ambulances, in emergency medical situations. The report shall also include a review of the rules, regulations, and protocols governing dispatch of air transportation services providers in response to emergency medical situations and develop recommendations for changes to such rules, regulations, and protocols that will address differences in procedures governing dispatch of air transportation services providers in emergency medical situations, differences in billing that may affect individuals involved in emergency medical situations during which air transportation services providers are dispatched for the provision of air transportation, and other issues related to the use of air transportation services in emergency medical situations.
    Department of Health - 12/01/2017
  • Report of the Work Group convened to study barriers to treatment of substance-exposed infants in the Commonwealth, and shall include (i) a review of current policies and practices governing the identification and treatment of substance-exposed infants in the Commonwealth; (ii) identification of barriers to treatment of substance-exposed infants in the Commonwealth, including barriers related to identification and reporting of such infants, data collection, interagency coordination and collaboration, service planning, service availability, and funding; and (iii) legislative, budgetary, and policy recommendations for the elimination of barriers to treatment of substance-exposed infants in the Commonwealth.
    Secretary of Health and Human Resources - 12/01/2017
  • Plan for the restructuring of the composition of the Criminal Justice Services Board in order to improve its efficiency in carrying out its duties.
    Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security - 12/01/2017
  • Aggregate report of neighborhood organizations that submitted a proposal to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for an allocation of tax credits pursuant to § 58.1-439.20 of the Code of Virginia for the program year beginning July 1, 2017, including a list of all localities in the Commonwealth in which the neighborhood organization provided services during the program year beginning July 1, 2016.
    Department of Education - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the activities related to suicide prevention across the lifespan program pursuant to § 37.2-312.1 of the Code of Virginia.
    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the recommendations of the Advisory Council related to:

    1. Practice guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome;

    2. Mechanisms to increase clinical awareness and education regarding pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome among physicians, including pediatricians, school-based health centers, and providers of mental health services;

    3. Outreach to educators and parents to increase awareness of pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome; and

    4. Development of a network of volunteer experts on the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome to assist in the delivery of education and outreach.

    Advisory Council on Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections and Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the need for a 180-day biochemical oxygen demand sampling of small alternative onsite sewage systems that serve no more than three attached or detached single-family residences with a combined average flow of less than or equal to 1,000 gallons per day of residential strength sewage, or a structure with an average daily sewage flow of less than or equal to 1,000 gallons per day of residential strength sewage.
    Department of Health - 12/01/2017
  • Progress report on the implementation of providing additional services by community services boards and behavioral health authorities.
    Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report on (i) the number of projects reviewed pursuant to Code of Virginia § 2.2-4380 and Code of Virginia § 2.2-4381 and (ii) for each project (a) the identity of the state public body or covered institution and a description of each such project, (b) the estimated cost of the project at the time of the Department's review, (c) the recommendation made by the Department concerning the proposed procurement method, and (d) the final procurement method used by the state public body or covered institution.
    Department of General Services - 12/01/2017
  • Consolidated report of all public bodies on all completed capital projects in excess of $2 million, which report shall include at a minimum (i) the procurement method utilized, (ii) the project budget, (iii) the actual project cost, (iv) the expected timeline, (v) the actual completion time, and (vi) any post-project issues.
    Department of General Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the strategic plan, marketing plan, and operational plan of the Virginia Economic Development Authority. The report shall also include the plans for operating and staffing the new Incentives Division, the new Office of the Auditor, and the International Trade Division, including, but not limited to, the organization and staffing qualifications, as well as fiscal estimates for potential increases in funding and positions, if applicable.
    Virginia Economic Development Partnership - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the options for alternative pricing that result in lower charges for programs and courses offered to citizens of the region attending the New College Institute. The options shall not be limited to increased subsidy, financial aid or creating a new delivery model for citizens of the Commonwealth.
    New College Institute and State Council of Higher Education for Virginia - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the implementation plan for the financial realignment of Virginia's public behavioral health system, including: (i) a timeline and funding mechanism to eliminate the extraordinary barriers list in state hospitals and to maximize the use of community resources for individuals discharged or diverted from state facility care; (ii) sources for bridge funding, to ensure continuity of care in transitioning patients to the community, and to address one-time, non-recurring expenses associated with the implementation of these reinvestment projects; (iii) state hospital appropriations that can be made available to community services boards to expand community mental health and substance abuse program capacity to serve individuals who are discharged or diverted from admission; (iv) financial incentive for community services boards to serve individuals in the community rather than state hospitals; (v) detailed state hospital employee transition plans that identify all available employment options for each affected position, including transfers to vacant positions in either Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services facilities or community services boards; (vi) legislation and Appropriation Act language needed to achieve financial realignment; and (vii) matrices to assess performance outcomes.
    Secretary of Health and Human Resources - 12/01/2017
  • Status report of the Work Group convened to develop a plan to avoid or adjust retractions or for non-material breaches of the Provider Participation Agreement when the provider has substantially complied with the Provider Participation Agreement, including an assessment of any administrative financial impact that implementation of such plan would have on the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) and an analysis of any implications for DMAS's efforts to combat fraud, waste, and abuse.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the steps taken to address the risks associated with hospital screenings, including: (i) assessing whether hospital screening teams are making appropriate recommendations regarding placement in institutional care or home and community-based care; (ii) determining whether hospitals should have a role in the screening process; and (iii) determining what steps must be taken to ensure the Uniform Assessment Instrument is implemented consistently and does not lead to unnecessary institutional placements. The report shall include any statutory or regulatory changes needed to improve such screenings.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report of the aggregated data collected from managed care plan sponsors relating to all pharmacy claims; the amount paid to the pharmacy provider per claim, including but not limited to cost of drug reimbursement; dispensing fees; copayments; and the amount charged to the plan sponsor for each claim by its pharmacy benefit manager.
    Department of Medical Assistance Services - 12/01/2017
  • Report on the detailed plan for the potential sale, lease and/or development of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) acreage unsuitable for airport use, including an update on the status of the NEPA process and of any needed approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration or the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, an identification of the types of suitable uses for the various tracts and an estimate of the revenues that could be generated from such uses.
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority - 12/01/2017
  • Annual report on the operation of pharmaceutical processors issued a permit by the Board of Pharmacy, including the number of practitioners, patients, and parents or legal guardians of patients who have registered with the Board of Pharmacy, and the number of written certifications issued pursuant to Code of Virginia § 54.1-3408.3.
    Board of Pharmacy - 12/01/2017
  • 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 - 12/01/2017