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Virginia State Government Web Sites Collection

Collected by: Library of Virginia

Archived since: Jun, 2006

Description:

This collection preserves the web sites of Virginia state agencies.

Subject:   Government - US States

Page 1 of 1 (30 Total Results)

Title: Virginia Code Commission

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

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

Captured 4 times between Jan 15, 2010 and Sep 26, 2012

Videos: 3 Videos Captured

Subject:   Legislative bodies - Virginia. Virginia Code Commission.

Title: [Commonwealth Data Point]

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

Description: The Commonwealth Data Point is a comprehensive database of the Commonwealth's financial transactions and demographics.

Captured 4 times between Jan 05, 2011 and Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts.

Title: Division of Legislative Automated Systems

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

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Title: Virginia Division of Legislative Services, Division of Legislative Services

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

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To provide general services to the General Assembly, including preparation of legislation, research, and staff support for the legislative standing committees, the Virginia Code Commission, and legislative study commissions.

Captured 13 times between Dec 07, 2006 and Dec 28, 2012

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

Title: Division of Legislative Services

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

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

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Videos: 4 Videos Captured

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

Title: [Virginia] Joint Commission on Technology and Science (JCOTS), Joint Commission on Technology and Science

URL: http://dls.virginia.gov/commission/jcots.htm

Description: The Joint Commission on Technology and Science was created by the 1997 Virginia General Assembly as a permanent legislative commission. The Commission is charged to generally study all aspects of technology and science and to promote the development of technology and science in the Commonwealth of Virginia through sound public policies (Chapter 11 (§ 30-85 et seq.) of Title 30 of the Code of Virginia). The Commission consists of 12 legislators from the Virginia General Assembly (7 delegates and 5 senators), and generally conducts studies by adopting a work plan and utilizing advisory committees. Each year, the Commission develops a work plan and identifies several topic areas that it will consider. The work plan may include such study topics as those directed by the General Assembly through legislation, requested by government agencies and the public, or identified on the Commission's own initiative. Once the work plan is adopted, the Commission creates Advisory Committees to the Commission to study those initiatives that are designated as "Issues to Actively Study Through Advisory Committees". The committees are composed of members of the Commission, who co-chair the committees, and persons with expertise in the matters under consideration by the committee. The chairman of the Commission appoints the co-chairs and the members of the advisory committees. Committee members serve until the start of the following legislative session. Advisory committees then meet and study the issues charged to them. Once the studies have been concluded, advisory committees issue their final reports and recommendations, including legislative proposals. Before the new Session starts, the reports and recommendations are presented to the Commission at its final meeting of the interim for consideration. Commission members usually patron legislative proposals that the Commission adopts and introduce them during the Session. The Commission issues its final report at the conclusion of the session, summarizing its activities and the new technology and science legislation.

Captured 8 times between Feb 11, 2008 and Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Science and state - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Joint Commission on Technology and Science. Technology and state - Virginia.

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

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

Description: Welcome to the Virginia Division of Legislative Services (DLS) redistricting homepage. This web site uses various data formats to provide Virginia legislators and the public with information on legislative districts and plans that were proposed during the 2001 redistricting session.

Captured 2 times between Jan 15, 2010 and Jan 05, 2011

Subject:   Virginia. Division of Legislative Services.

Title: Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council

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

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

Captured 5 times between Jan 15, 2010 and Dec 28, 2012

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

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

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

Description: Web site of the House Appropriations Commitee.

Captured  on Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Committee on Appropriations. Budget - Virginia.

Title: [Virginia] Joint Commission on Health Care

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

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

Captured  on Dec 28, 2012

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

Title: [Virginia] JLARC Home Page

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

Description: The Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission (JLARC) is the oversight agency of the Virginia General Assembly. It was established in 1973 to review and evaluate the operations and performance of State agencies, programs, and functions. The Commission is composed of nine members of the House of Delegates, of whom at least five also serve on the House Appropriations Committee, and five members of the Senate, of whom two also serve on the Senate Finance Committee. Delegates are appointed by the Speaker of the House, and Senators by the Rules Committee. The Chair is elected by a majority of Commission members and traditionally has rotated every two years between the House and Senate. The Auditor of Public Accounts is a nonvoting, ex officio member. The Commission has a full-time staff. The staff Director is appointed by the Commission and confirmed by the General Assembly for a six-year term of office. The objectives of the legislative oversight function performed by JLARC are: Program and Agency Savings. Program cost savings are frequently the product of legislative oversight studies, and are usually the most visible of all possible outcomes. Just as important are the opportunities for savings which may result from the implementation of recommended efficiencies or adoption of program alternatives. In some instances, changes may result in more spending to achieve greater effectiveness. Improved Efficiency and Effectiveness. JLARC is required by statute to make recommendations on ways State agencies may achieve greater efficiency and effectiveness in their operations. Achieving efficiency means finding ways to accomplish the same tasks at reduced cost; achieving effectiveness means findings ways to better accomplish program and agency objectives. The fact that a regular program of legislative oversight exists also stimulates agency self-evaluation, which may bring about improved operations. An Informed Legislature. Oversight studies help inform citizen legislators about agencies, programs, and activities. A primary objective for JLARC is to gather, evaluate, and report information and make recommendations that can be used in legislative decisionmaking. Reports provide information that may be useful to legislators during deliberation on legislation, during committee hearings, and in responding to constituent questions or requests for assistance. Compliance with Legislative Intent. The oversight function helps ensure that laws are being carried out as the Legislature intended. In some cases, intent may not have been clearly understood by program administrators; in other cases, statements of intent may have been ignored. In those instances where legislative intent is not explicit in statute, an oversight study can assess and report to the General Assembly on how an agency has decided to implement its mission.

Captured 12 times between Dec 07, 2006 and Sep 26, 2012

Subject:   Legislative auditing - Virginia. Audit committees - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Joint Legislative Audit & Review Commission.

Title: JLARC Home Page

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

Captured 4 times between May 26, 2011 and Dec 28, 2012

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

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

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

Captured 5 times between Jan 15, 2009 and Sep 26, 2012

Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly.

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

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

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

Captured 13 times between Dec 07, 2006 and Oct 09, 2012

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

Title: [Virginia] Division of Legislative Automated Systems

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

Description: The Division of Legislative Automated Systems (DLAS) was created in 1980 to "represent the interests of the General Assembly in activities involving obtaining and maintaining data processing services, electronic components, and other related items". Specific duties and responsibilities identified in the Code of Virginia include: operate a data processing center, establish and maintain a legislative information system, obtain and manage publishing and printing services, perform computing and programming services, provide technical assistance, and collect fees to offset service and printing costs.

Captured 12 times between Dec 07, 2006 and Sep 26, 2012

Subject:   Virginia. Division of Legislative Automated Systems. Virginia. General Assembly.

URL: http://lis.virginia.gov/

Captured 3 times between Dec 19, 2011 and Dec 28, 2012

Title: Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission (MIRC)

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

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

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

Title: Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Finance Committee

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

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

Captured 4 times between Feb 11, 2008 and Jan 15, 2010

Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on Finance. Budget - Virginia.

Title: Commonwealth of Virginia Senate Finance Committee

URL: http://sfc.virginia.gov/

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

Captured 4 times between Jan 05, 2011 and Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Budget - Virginia. Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on Finance.

Title: Senate of Virginia - Clerk's Office

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

Description: Web site of the Virginia Senate.

Captured 5 times between Jan 15, 2009 and Sep 26, 2012

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

Title: Virginia Commission on Youth

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

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

Captured  on Dec 28, 2012

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

Title: Virginiacapitol.gov -- About the Capitol

URL: http://virginiacapitol.gov/

Captured 6 times between Jan 15, 2009 and Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Virginia State Capitol (Richmond, Va.) Capitols - Virginia - Richmond. Virginia. General Assembly.

Title: Virtual Tours at the Virginia State Capitol

URL: http://virginiacapitol.gov/virtualtours/

Description: Created by the General Assembly, this website provides online tours of both the Capitol Grounds and the Capitol Building. Visitors to this interactive website will have the ability to explore areas on their own or view video presentations.

Captured 5 times between Jan 15, 2010 and Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Virginia. General Assembly. Capitols - Virginia - Richmond.

Title: Welcome to the Virginia General Assembly Website. - Home

URL: http://virginiageneralassembly.gov/

Captured 2 times between Nov 15, 2012 and Dec 28, 2012

Title: Virginia State Crime Commission

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

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

Captured 6 times between Jan 15, 2009 and Dec 28, 2012

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

Title: Virginia Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations

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

Description: Web site of 1998 State Song Competition.

Captured  on Jan 05, 2011

Subject:   Virginia. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. Virginia. Commission on Local Government. Virginia. State Song Study Committee. State songs - Competitions - Virginia.

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

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

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

Captured  on Dec 28, 2012

Videos: 5 Videos Captured

Subject:   Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts.

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

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

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

Captured 8 times between Dec 07, 2006 and Jan 15, 2009

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

Title: Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program, Commission on VASAP

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

Description: The Goal of VASAP is to improve transportation safety by decreasing the incidence of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs and thereby reducing the number of alcohol and other drug-related crashes.

Captured 6 times between Jan 15, 2009 and Dec 28, 2012

Subject:   Drunk driving - Virginia. Virginia. Commission on Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program.

Title: The Division of Capitol Police Commonwealth of Virginia

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

Description: Purpose, Powers and Duties: To exercise within Capitol Square and when assigned to property owned or controlled by the Commonwealth or its agencies, departments, institutions, or commissions, all of the powers, duties, and functions exercised by the police of the city or county wherein such property is located.

Captured 13 times between Dec 07, 2006 and Dec 28, 2012

Videos: 4 Videos Captured

Subject:   Virginia. Capitol Police.

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