Virginia State Government Agencies

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  • Agriculture and Consumer Services

    172 forms 1 contacts

    Established in 1877, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) promotes the economic growth and development of Virginia agriculture, provides consumer protection and encourages environmental stewardship.

    The agency is headquartered in Richmond and has several field offices, four regional diagnostic animal health laboratories and a global network of representatives promoting Virginia products internationally.

  • American Public Human Services Association (APHSA)

    15 forms 1 contacts

    The American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) is a bipartisan, nonprofit membership organization representing state and local health and human service agencies through their top-level leadership. Through our member network and three national Collaborative Centers, APHSA seeks to influence modern policies and practices that support the health and well-being of all children and families and that lead to stronger communities.

    APHSA connects its members to national policymakers and human-serving organizations across a wide circle of stakeholders in the health and human services sector, as well as key partners in education, housing, employment, and others. APHSA also helps members build more capacity for their teams through access to our professional education and development conferences, technical expertise, publications, and our Organizational Effectiveness practice.

    APHSA advances the well-being of all people by influencing modern approaches to sound policy, building the capacity of public agencies to enable healthy families and communities, and connecting leaders to accelerate learning and generate practical solutions together.

  • Department of Entomology (MC0319)

    65 forms 1 contacts

    Our scientists explore the diversity, benefits and risks of insects everywhere, in our crops, forests, water and homes. The Department’s work includes biomedical research on vector-borne diseases, description and discovery of new species, evaluation of water quality through the insects living there, pollinator biology, smart and sustainable management of pests wherever they occur, and more. Extension programs deliver the latest developments across the commonwealth to protect human health and the environment. The high-energy graduate student program is our education focus along with the expansion of a minor in Entomology open to undergraduates across the university.

  • Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

    96 forms 6 contacts

    Virginia’s wildlife depend on healthy native habitats to thrive—maintaining these habitats amidst a variety of pressures and challenges requires restoration projects.

    The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries’ mission is to:

    Conserve and manage wildlife populations and habitat for the benefit of present and future generations.

    Connect people to Virginia’s outdoors through boating, education, fishing, hunting, trapping, wildlife viewing, and other wildlife-related activities.

    Protect people and property by promoting safe outdoor experiences and managing human-wildlife conflicts.

  • Department of Motor Vehicles

    276 forms 1 contacts 1 questions

    DMV employees issue secure licenses, IDs, and registrations. They also serve the Commonwealth in a growing number of ways. In addition to our multi-skilled customer service representatives

  • Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation

    1114 forms 1 contacts

    DPOR is an executive branch agency that oversees 18 regulatory boards and programs. Their policy boards-plus the Board for Professional and Occupational Regulation (BPOR)-are comprised of practitioners and citizens appointed by the governor, and are responsible for regulating certain professions and occupations, as determined by the General Assembly. Their 200 employees serve more than 300,000 individuals and businesses across several hundred license types, ranging from architects and contractors to cosmetologists and professional wrestlers.

  • Department of Social Services

    426 forms 6 contacts

    To design and deliver high quality human services that help Virginians achieve safety, independence and overall well-being.

    The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) is a state supervised and locally administered social services system. Providing oversight and guidance to 120 local offices across the state, VDSS delivers a wide variety of services and benefits to over 1.7 million Virginians each year.

    VDSS' programs are designed to help Virginia's most vulnerable citizens find permanent solutions to life's many challenges. The Department is responsible for administering a variety of programs, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Medicaid, Adoption, Child Care Assistance, Refugee Resettlement Services, and Child and Adult Protective Services.

    The goal is to promote the well-being of our citizens through the delivery of essential services and benefits to ensure families are strengthened, and individuals achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency.

  • Department of Taxation

    283 forms 1 contacts

    Mission is serving the public by acting ethically and efficiently in our administration of Virginia's tax laws.

  • Department of Transportation

    301 forms 1 contacts

    VDOT believes in developing and maintaining solid media relations. The department has a strong team of public relations professionals ready to provide prompt and accurate information to the media and public.

  • Diversion Control Division

    1 forms 1 contacts

    The mission of DEA's Diversion Control Division is to prevent, detect, and investigate the diversion of controlled pharmaceuticals and listed chemicals from legitimate sources while ensuring an adequate and uninterrupted supply for legitimate medical, commercial, and scientific needs.

  • Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals / Lewis F. Powell Jr. Courthouse & Annex

    189 forms 4 contacts

    The Office of the Circuit Executive provides support to the Circuit Judicial Council, the Circuit Judicial Conference, and the courts of the Fourth Circuit. The Circuit Executive serves as media contact with regard to judges and the operations of the circuit.

  • Game and Inland Fisheries

    97 forms 6 contacts

    The Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR) is responsible for the management of inland fisheries, wildlife, and recreational boating for the Commonwealth of Virginia. We are leading wildlife conservation and inspiring people to value the outdoors and their role in nature.

  • Judicial System

    545 forms 1 contacts

    Our aim is to assure that disputes are resolved justly, promptly, and economically through a court system unified in its structures and administration. This system is comprised of the Supreme Court of Virginia, the Court of Appeals of Virginia, circuit courts in thirty-one judicial circuits, general district and juvenile and domestic relations district courts in thirty-two districts, and magistrates in offices in thirty-two districts. The administrative office of the courts, known in Virginia as the Office of the Executive Secretary, supports the administration of the court system under the direction of the Chief Justice and the Executive Secretary.

  • National Council on Aging (NCOA)

    52 forms 1 contacts

    We’re a respected national leader and trusted partner to help people aged 60+ meet the challenges of aging. We partner with nonprofit organizations, government, and business to provide innovative community programs and services, online help, and advocacy.

    Our Vision: A just and caring society in which each of us, as we age, lives with dignity, purpose, and security

    Our Mission: Improve the lives of millions of older adults, especially those who are struggling

  • Tech Pesticide Programs

    164 forms 1 contacts

    Protecting human health and the environment and promoting regulatory compliance through pesticide safety education for over 50 years.

    Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs (VTPP) provide pesticide safety information, training, and educational resources to pesticide applicators, Extension agents, and the public. Our mission is to minimize the human health and environmental impacts associated with improper handling and application of pesticides. VTPP works with other state agencies including the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and Virginia Cooperative Extension to advance the quality of pesticide safety education in Virginia and beyond.

  • Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
  • Virginia Eastern District Bankruptcy Court

    1 forms 4 contacts

  • Virginia Eastern District Court

    36 forms 4 contacts

  • Virginia Eastern Federal Public Defender

    7 forms 3 contacts

  • Virginia Eastern Prob/Pretrial Office

    13 forms 5 contacts

    The United States Probation Office for the Eastern District of Virginia is committed to protecting the community; promoting positive long-term change; treating all individuals with dignity and respect through communication, courage, and commitment; and assisting the Court in the fair administration of justice.