A Guide to the Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records, 2002-2005 Warner, Governor Mark R., Virginia Liaison Office, Records, 2002-2005 42629

A Guide to the Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records, 2002-2005

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 42629


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Repository
The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
42629
Title
Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records 2002-2005
Extent
0.53 cu. ft.
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

Privacy protected material has been sealed and is closed for 75 years from the date of creation.

Preferred Citation

Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records, 2002-2005, Accession 42629, State Records Collection, Library of Virginia

Acquisition Information

Office of the Governor, Patrick Henry Building, 1111 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia, transferred on 7 April 2006


Historical Information

The General Assembly established the Virginia Liaison Office in 1978 (Chapter 505, 1978 Acts) to be an institutional link between state and federal government as well as Virginia and other states. This office is under the jurisdiction of the Virginia Office of the Governor.

The Virginia Liaison Office promotes Virginia's interests with the federal government. Staff included Jan B. Faircloth, Director; Eileen Filler-Corn, Deputy Director; Patrice Taylor, Special Assistant for Research; and Josh Cohn, Special Assistant.

Scope and Content

The Governor Mark R. Warner, Virginia Liaison Office, Records are housed in 2 boxes. The collection consists of correspondence, miscellaneous records, on-site visits/conferences and reports.

The correspondence consists of constituent correspondence and the National Governors' Association mailed to the Virginia Liaison Office. The constituent correspondence were forwarded to Constituent Services office and are arranged in reverse chronological order. The National Governors' Association letters are arranged in chronological order and contain primarily congratulatory letters and invitations.

Other records include a request for the Virginia Liaison Office to aid Hampton Roads in funding match money for tunnel and fire safety equipment (November 2005); notes and handouts from the Virginia Commission on Military Bases (VCOMB) visit to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard (December 2004); notes and handouts from the Accelerating Innovation Conference (October 2005) and copies of Federal Mandate Reports from 2002 to 2005.


Contents List

Correspondence - Letters
Constituent Correspondence
Correspondence - National Governors' Association
Miscellaneous
On-Site Visit/Conferences
Reports