Meet Our Governors

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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5/22/2012 Gov. de Jongh: USVI Welcomes Royal Caribbean's Increased ArrivalsTwo additional ships now regularly visiting territory. [Read More]
5/4/2012 Gov. de Jongh: USVI and PR to Seek Support for Electrical Connection50-mile cable would connect islands, expand energy markets. [Read More]
4/25/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh Celebrates Grand Opening of Captain Morgan Visitor CenterState-of-the-art facility to lead to St. Croix tourism growth. [Read More]
4/12/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh Chairs Inaugural Meeting of Science and Technology CouncilGroup to oversee development of territory's Science and Technology Plan. [Read More]
4/4/2012 Gov. de Jongh: USVI-Based Airline Voted One of Best in CaribbeanBohlke International Airways honored by Professional Pilot Magazine. [Read More]
3/27/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh Celebrates 40th Anniversary of St. George Village Botanical GardensGarden preserves botanical life and American history. [Read More]
3/23/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh Announces Record 2011 ExportsTerritory's annual export growth exceeds national average. [Read More]
3/21/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh Aims for “Increased Growth At All Our Ports”Increased cruise line traffic to promote economic growth and employment opportunities. [Read More]
3/14/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh Signs Executive Order Establishing Enterprise ZonesNew zones in historic St. Croix and St. Thomas to incentivize investment, job creation. [Read More]
3/13/2012 USVI Gov. de Jongh to Meet With Cruise Industry Executives in FLWill provide update on infrastructure, attractions and activities in the Virgin Islands. [Read More]

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Energy

Education

Health Care Reform

Business Development