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U.S. Virgin Islands

John deJongh, Jr.
Biography

2014 State of the Territory Address

Governor deJongh
Government House
21-22 Kongens Gade
Charlotte Amalie
St. Thomas, VI 00802
Phone: 340-774-0001
Fax: 340-776-4912

Southern Governors' Representatives
Nathan Simmonds, Deputy Chief of Staff
Steven Steele, Washington Office

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U.S. Virgin Islands News Digest

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9/20/2011 Gov. de Jongh Joins St. Croix Residents for Home Depot Grand OpeningTouts the island's inviting economic climate [Read More]
8/25/2011 USVI Gov. de Jongh to Distribute Books at Summer Reading ChallengeInitiative continues to inspire reading and learning amongst territory’s youth [Read More]
5/20/2011 USVI Gov. de Jongh Launches Third Summer Reading ChallengeAnnual challenge encourages literacy development among territory youth [Read More]
4/28/2011 USVI Gov. de Jongh Signs Broadband Bill Into Law New infrastructure to bring high-speed internet to thousands of homes, schools and businesses [Read More]
4/15/2011 Gov. de Jongh Marks Step Toward Expanding Virgin Islands' Information NetworkTouts potential for economic, social benefits to the territory [Read More]
3/22/2011 Today Is Diabetes Alert Day in the Virgin IslandsGov. de Jongh promotes knowledge, education to combat public health threat [Read More]
3/16/2011 Gov. de Jongh Expands on Benefits of the New Broadband Initiative Says the project “is essential to the advancement of the U.S. Virgin Islands” [Read More]
2/28/2011 USVI Gov. de Jongh Proposes Legislation for Broadband Development Critical infrastructure project to foster economic growth, expand educational opportunities [Read More]
2/08/2011 Gov. de Jongh Highlights Importance of Virgin Islands' Private Sector Calls private sector a strategic ally in continuing economic recovery efforts [Read More]
2/4/2011 USVI Joins Southern Technology Council to Help Grow Region's Innovation Economy Will ensure territorial input as regional initiatives are developed [Read More]

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Energy

Education

Health Care Reform

Business Development