Agency Information

Compensation Board

The Compensation Board reviews and approves annual budgets submitted by constitutional officers and reimburses localities for the state's share of authorized salaries and expenses of constitutional officers and their employees.

Department of General Services

The Department of General Services is an intra-governmental service organization that administers the capital outlay budget; it provides services to state agencies and local government such as procurement and fleet services.

Department of Human Resource Management

The Department of Human Resource Management is the central state agency responsible for administering, developing, and overseeing the state's human resource management system. Areas specifically included are: compensation and policy, equal employment, health benefits, workers' compensation, employee information, and training.

Department of Elections

The Department of Elections coordinates and supervises the work of local electoral boards, registrars, and election officials to obtain uniformity in practices and proceedings in all elections.

Recent News

Virginia State Employee Giving Campaign Celebrates 20 Years and Almost $50 Million in Donations
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC), the workforce giving campaign for Virginia state employees, has set a $3.5 million goal for 2017, its 20th year. Since 1997, state employees have donated
Governor McAuliffe Announces Second Annual Virginia High School Student Voter Registration Week
Governor McAuliffe today issued a proclamation to officially recognize April 23-29, 2017 as Virginia High School Student Voter Registration Week. During this week, high school students, teachers and administrators across the Commonwealth will be
Governor McAuliffe Announces Renovated Office Building on Capitol Square to Be Named after Civil Rights Pioneer Barbara Johns
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the newly renovated state building located at 202 N. 9th Street on Capitol Square in Richmond (currently known as the 9th Street Office Building) will bear the name of civil rights pioneer Barbara Johns.
Governor McAuliffe Announces Proposals to Strengthen Virginia Ethics Reforms and Expand Voter Access
Governor Terry McAuliffe today introduced a legislative package for the 2017 General Assembly session intended to build on the success his administration has achieved strengthening Virginia’s ethics reforms and expanding access at the polls. The
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