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U.S. Virgin Islands

John deJongh, Jr.

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, Chief of Staff






U.S. Virgin Islands News Digest

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7/2/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh: Technology Initiative to Offer Coursework for StudentsInitiative developed under Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Program. [Read More]
6/25/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh's Summer Reading Program Kicks OffThree weekend giveaway events highlight literacy effort. [Read More]
6/23/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh: Delta Air Lines to Resume St. Croix ServiceNew non-stop service will operate from Atlanta beginning this winter. [Read More]
6/20/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh Welcomes Cruise Industry Executives to St. CroixMeetings aimed at marketing territory to industry, enhancing Caribbean cruising experience for millions of customers. [Read More]
5/27/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh Convenes Economic Development SummitCalls for diversifying economy, expanding beyond tourism. [Read More]
5/22/2014 Gov. de Jongh: FIT Act Presents Huge Opportunity for Virgin IslandsFeed-In-Tariff (FIT) Act allows residents to build renewable energy projects, sell electricity to local utility. [Read More]
5/14/2014 Gov. de Jongh: USVI to Host UNESCO IOC ICG/CARIBE EWSIntergovernmental group of international scientists, emergency managers working to establish Caribbean Tsunami Warning System. [Read More]
5/6/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh Urges Congress for More CBP FundingAlso asks that USVI be allowed to keep more of its own customs duties. [Read More]
4/15/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh Meets with Federal Officials on viNGN Broadband Network ProjectsFederal agencies pleased with progress of high speed fiber optic infrastructure development, existing viNGN operations. [Read More]
4/4/2014 USVI Gov. de Jongh: Senate Finance Committee Extends Rum Cover-Over RatePledges Administration’s continuing efforts to make higher rate permanent. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Public Safety



Health Care Reform

Business Development