REGISTER INFORMATION PAGE
Vol. 32 Iss. 14 - March 07, 2016

The Virginia Register OF REGULATIONS is an official state publication issued every other week throughout the year. Indexes are published quarterly, and are cumulative for the year. The Virginia Register has several functions. The new and amended sections of regulations, both as proposed and as finally adopted, are required by law to be published in the Virginia Register. In addition, the Virginia Register is a source of other information about state government, including petitions for rulemaking, emergency regulations, executive orders issued by the Governor, and notices of public hearings on regulations.

ADOPTION, AMENDMENT, AND REPEAL OF REGULATIONS

An agency wishing to adopt, amend, or repeal regulations must first publish in the Virginia Register a notice of intended regulatory action; a basis, purpose, substance and issues statement; an economic impact analysis prepared by the Department of Planning and Budget; the agency’s response to the economic impact analysis; a summary; a notice giving the public an opportunity to comment on the proposal; and the text of the proposed regulation.

Following publication of the proposal in the Virginia Register, the promulgating agency receives public comments for a minimum of 60 days. The Governor reviews the proposed regulation to determine if it is necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare, and if it is clearly written and easily understandable. If the Governor chooses to comment on the proposed regulation, his comments must be transmitted to the agency and the Registrar no later than 15 days following the completion of the 60-day public comment period. The Governor’s comments, if any, will be published in the Virginia Register. Not less than 15 days following the completion of the 60-day public comment period, the agency may adopt the proposed regulation.

The Joint Commission on Administrative Rules (JCAR) or the appropriate standing committee of each house of the General Assembly may meet during the promulgation or final adoption process and file an objection with the Registrar and the promulgating agency. The objection will be published in the Virginia Register. Within 21 days after receipt by the agency of a legislative objection, the agency shall file a response with the Registrar, the objecting legislative body, and the Governor.

When final action is taken, the agency again publishes the text of the regulation as adopted, highlighting all changes made to the proposed regulation and explaining any substantial changes made since publication of the proposal. A 30-day final adoption period begins upon final publication in the Virginia Register.

The Governor may review the final regulation during this time and, if he objects, forward his objection to the Registrar and the agency. In addition to or in lieu of filing a formal objection, the Governor may suspend the effective date of a portion or all of a regulation until the end of the next regular General Assembly session by issuing a directive signed by a majority of the members of the appropriate legislative body and the Governor. The Governor’s objection or suspension of the regulation, or both, will be published in the Virginia Register. If the Governor finds that changes made to the proposed regulation have substantial impact, he may require the agency to provide an additional 30-day public comment period on the changes. Notice of the additional public comment period required by the Governor will be published in the Virginia Register.

The agency shall suspend the regulatory process for 30 days when it receives requests from 25 or more individuals to solicit additional public comment, unless the agency determines that the changes have minor or inconsequential impact.

A regulation becomes effective at the conclusion of the 30-day final adoption period, or at any other later date specified by the promulgating agency, unless (i) a legislative objection has been filed, in which event the regulation, unless withdrawn, becomes effective on the date specified, which shall be after the expiration of the 21-day objection period; (ii) the Governor exercises his authority to require the agency to provide for additional public comment, in which event the regulation, unless withdrawn, becomes effective on the date specified, which shall be after the expiration of the period for which the Governor has provided for additional public comment; (iii) the Governor and the General Assembly exercise their authority to suspend the effective date of a regulation until the end of the next regular legislative session; or (iv) the agency suspends the regulatory process, in which event the regulation, unless withdrawn, becomes effective on the date specified, which shall be after the expiration of the 30-day public comment period and no earlier than 15 days from publication of the readopted action.

A regulatory action may be withdrawn by the promulgating agency at any time before the regulation becomes final.

FAST-TRACK RULEMAKING PROCESS

Section 2.2-4012.1 of the Code of Virginia provides an exemption from certain provisions of the Administrative Process Act for agency regulations deemed by the Governor to be noncontroversial.  To use this process, Governor's concurrence is required and advance notice must be provided to certain legislative committees.  Fast-track regulations will become effective on the date noted in the regulatory action if no objections to using the process are filed in accordance with § 2.2-4012.1.

EMERGENCY REGULATIONS

Pursuant to § 2.2-4011 of the Code of Virginia, an agency, upon consultation with the Attorney General, and at the discretion of the Governor, may adopt emergency regulations that are necessitated by an emergency situation. An agency may also adopt an emergency regulation when Virginia statutory law or the appropriation act or federal law or federal regulation requires that a regulation be effective in 280 days or less from its enactment. The emergency regulation becomes operative upon its adoption and filing with the Registrar of Regulations, unless a later date is specified. Emergency regulations are limited to no more than 18 months in duration; however, may be extended for six months under certain circumstances as provided for in § 2.2-4011 D. Emergency regulations are published as soon as possible in the Register.

During the time the emergency status is in effect, the agency may proceed with the adoption of permanent regulations through the usual procedures. To begin promulgating the replacement regulation, the agency must (i) file the Notice of Intended Regulatory Action with the Registrar within 60 days of the effective date of the emergency regulation and (ii) file the proposed regulation with the Registrar within 180 days of the effective date of the emergency regulation. If the agency chooses not to adopt the regulations, the emergency status ends when the prescribed time limit expires.

STATEMENT

The foregoing constitutes a generalized statement of the procedures to be followed. For specific statutory language, it is suggested that Article 2 (§ 2.2-4006 et seq.) of Chapter 40 of Title 2.2 of the Code of Virginia be examined carefully.

CITATION TO THE VIRGINIA REGISTER

The Virginia Register is cited by volume, issue, page number, and date. 29:5 VA.R. 1075-1192 November 5, 2012, refers to Volume 29, Issue 5, pages 1075 through 1192 of the Virginia Register issued on
November 5, 2012.

The Virginia Register of Regulations is published pursuant to Article 6 (§ 2.2-4031 et seq.) of Chapter 40 of Title 2.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Members of the Virginia Code Commission: John S. Edwards, Chair; James M. LeMunyon, Vice Chair; Gregory D. Habeeb; Ryan T. McDougle; Pamela S. Baskervill; Robert L. Calhoun; Carlos L. Hopkins; E.M. Miller, Jr.; Thomas M. Moncure, Jr.; Christopher R. Nolen; Timothy Oksman; Charles S. Sharp; Mark J. Vucci.

Staff of the Virginia Register: Jane D. Chaffin, Registrar of Regulations; Karen Perrine, Assistant Registrar; Anne Bloomsburg, Regulations Analyst; Rhonda Dyer, Publications Assistant; Terri Edwards, Operations Staff Assistant.


PUBLICATION SCHEDULE AND DEADLINES
Vol. 32 Iss. 14 - March 07, 2016

March 2016 through April 2017

Volume: Issue

Material Submitted By Noon*

Will Be Published On

32:14

February 17, 2016

March 7, 2016

32:15

March 2, 2016

March 21, 2016

32:16

March 16, 2016

April 4, 2016

32:17

March 30, 2016

April 18, 2016

32:18

April 13, 2016

May 2, 2016

32:19

April 27, 2016

May 16, 2016

32:20

May 11, 2016

May 30, 2016

32:21

May 25, 2016

June 13, 2016

32:22

June 8, 2016

June 27, 2016

32:23

June 22, 2016

July 11, 2016

32:24

July 6, 2016

July 25, 2016

32:25

July 20, 2016

August 8, 2016

32:26

August 3, 2016

August 22, 2016

33:1

August 17, 2016

September 5, 2016

33:2

August 31, 2016

September 19, 2016

33:3

September 14, 2016

October 3, 2016

33:4

September 28, 2016

October 17, 2016

33:5

October 12, 2016

October 31, 2016

33:6

October 26, 2016

November 14, 2016

33:7

November 9, 2016

November 28, 2016

33:8

November 22, 2016 (Tuesday)

December 12, 2016

33:9

December 7, 2016

December 26, 2016

33:10

December 19, 2016 (Monday)

January 9, 2017

33:11

January 4, 2017

January 23, 2017

33:12

January 18, 2017

February 6, 2017

33:13

February 1, 2017

February 20, 2017

33:14

February 15, 2017

March 6, 2017

33:15

March 1, 2017

March 20, 2017

33:16

March 15, 2017

April 3, 2017

*Filing deadlines are Wednesdays unless otherwise specified.


PETITIONS FOR RULEMAKING
Vol. 32 Iss. 14 - March 07, 2016

TITLE 18. PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING

BOARD OF NURSING

Agency Decision

Title of Regulation: 18VAC90-20. Regulations Governing the Practice of Nursing.

Statutory Authority: § 54.1-2400 of the Code of Virginia.

Name of Petitioner: Elena Aponte-Bostwick.

Nature of Petitioner's Request: To add a subsection D to 18VAC90-20-200 to authorize the board to license by endorsement an applicant who has honorably served for a minimum of 10 years as a registered nurse in either a civilian capacity with the U.S. Department of Defense or with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or on active or reserve status in the U.S. Armed Forces, provided the applicant is licensed and in good standing in another United States jurisdiction.

Agency Decision: Request denied.

Statement of Reason for Decision: While members were particularly appreciative of the petitioner's prior service, the board decided to take no action on the petition request. The members were concerned that an exception to passage of the NCLEX would set precedence for deviation from its licensing requirements and national uniformity. Consistent standards for licensure by examination and endorsement are necessary to ensure fairness to all applicants. The petitioner was advised that she could pursue licensure in Virginia by applying for licensure by examination and taking the NCLEX.

Agency Contact: Elaine J. Yeatts, Agency Regulatory Coordinator, Department of Health Professions, 9960 Mayland Drive, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-4688, or email elaine.yeatts@dhp.virginia.gov.

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-03; Filed February 4, 2016, 3:32 p.m.

 


NOTICES OF INTENDED REGULATORY ACTION
Vol. 32 Iss. 14 - March 07, 2016

TITLE 12. HEALTH
Requirements for Virginia's Early Intervention System
Withdrawal of Notice of Intended Regulatory Action

Notice is hereby given in accordance with § 2.2-4007.01 of the Code of Virginia that the State Board of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services has WITHDRAWN the Notice of Intended Regulatory Action (NOIRA) for 12VAC35-225, Requirements for Virginia's Early Intervention System, which was published in 31:9 VA.R. 534 December 29, 2014. The NOIRA is unnecessary as the agency is proceeding with this regulatory action through the fast-track rulemaking process under § 2.2-4012.1 of the Code of Virginia. The fast-track rulemaking action was published in 32:10 VA.R. 1778-1807 January 11, 2016.

Statutory Authority: § 2.2-5304 of the Code of Virginia.

Agency Contact: Catherine Hancock, Part C Coordinator, Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, 1220 Bank Street, Richmond, VA 23218, telephone (804) 371-6592, FAX (804) 371-7959, or email catherine.hancock@dbhds.virginia.gov.

VA.R. Doc. No. R15-3889; Filed February 12, 2016, 12:02 p.m.
TITLE 18. PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING
Common Interest Community Manager Regulations
Notice of Intended Regulatory Action

Notice is hereby given in accordance with § 2.2-4007.01 of the Code of Virginia that the Common Interest Community Board intends to consider amending 18VAC48-50, Common Interest Community Manager Regulations. The purpose of the proposed action is to review the regulation to consider changes pertaining to the education-based certification program for persons providing management services to common interest communities, in order to clarify training program content as well as to identify clearly who must complete such programs for renewal. In the course of reviewing training program provisions, the board may consider any other revisions that are necessary and appropriate.

The agency does not intend to hold a public hearing on the proposed action after publication in the Virginia Register.

Statutory Authority: §§ 54.1-201 and 54.1-2349 of the Code of Virginia.

Public Comment Deadline: April 6, 2016.

Agency Contact: Trisha Henshaw, Executive Director, Common Interest Community Board, Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 400, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-8510, FAX (866) 490-2723, or email cic@dpor.virginia.gov.

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-4618; Filed February 8, 2016, 8:42 a.m.
TITLE 18. PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING
Regulations Governing the Practice of Pharmacy
Withdrawal of Notice of Intended Regulatory Action

Notice is hereby given in accordance with § 2.2-4007.01 of the Code of Virginia that the Board of Pharmacy has WITHDRAWN the Notice of Intended Regulatory Action (NOIRA) for 18VAC110-20, Regulations Governing the Practice of Pharmacy, which was published in 31:20 VA.R. 1623 June 1, 2015. The NOIRA is unnecessary as the agency is proceeding with this regulatory action through the fast-track rulemaking process under § 2.2-4012.1 of the Code of Virginia. The fast-track rulemaking action was published in 32:12 VA.R. 1929-1934 February 8, 2016.

Statutory Authority: §§ 54.1-2400 and 54.1-3307 of the Code of Virginia.

Agency Contact: Caroline Juran, RPh, Executive Director, Board of Pharmacy, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Richmond, VA 23233-1463, telephone (804) 367-4416, FAX (804) 527-4472, or email caroline.juran@dhp.virginia.gov.

VA.R. Doc. No. R15-4325; Filed January 14, 2016, 12:58 p.m.

REGULATIONS
Vol. 32 Iss. 14 - March 07, 2016

TITLE 4. CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES
BOARD OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES
Final Regulation

REGISTRAR'S NOTICE: The Board of Game and Inland Fisheries is claiming an exemption from the Administrative Process Act pursuant to § 2.2-4002 A 3 of the Code of Virginia when promulgating regulations regarding the management of wildlife.

Title of Regulation: 4VAC15-20. Definitions and Miscellaneous: In General (amending 4VAC15-20-130).

Statutory Authority: §§ 29.1-103, 29.1-501, and 29.1-502 of the Code of Virginia.

Effective Date: April 1, 2016.

Agency Contact: Phil Smith, Regulatory Coordinator, Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, 7870 Villa Park Drive, Suite 400, Henrico, VA 23228, telephone (804) 367-8341 or email phil.smith@dgif.virginia.gov.

Summary:

The amendments (i) update the date reference to the federal list of endangered and threatened wildlife species; (ii) update the Virginia List of Endangered and Threatened Species to add the little brown bat and the tri-colored bat as endangered species and remove the state-threatened upland sandpiper and Dismal Swamp southeastern shrew to reflect their status in Virginia more accurately; and (iii) describe certain activities that may be conducted without a permit from the department, provided that the activities are performed in certain manners.

4VAC15-20-130. Endangered and threatened species; adoption of federal list; additional species enumerated.

A. The board hereby adopts the Federal Endangered and Threatened Species List, Endangered Species Act of December 28, 1973 (16 USC §§ 1531-1543), as amended as of May 20, 2014October 2 December 23 ], 2015, and declares all species listed thereon to be endangered or threatened species in the Commonwealth. Pursuant to § 29.1-103.12 subdivision 12 of § 29.1-103 of the Code of Virginia, the director of the department is hereby delegated authority to propose adoption of modifications and amendments to the Federal Endangered and Threatened Species List in accordance with the procedures of §§ 29.1-501 and 29.1-502 of the Code of Virginia.

B. In addition to the provisions of subsection A of this section, the following species are declared endangered or threatened in this Commonwealth, and are afforded the protection provided by Article 6 (§ 29.1-563 et seq.) of Chapter 5 of Title 29.1 of the Code of Virginia:

1. Fish:

Endangered

 

Dace, Tennessee

Phoxinus tennesseensis

 

Darter, sharphead

Etheostoma acuticeps

 

Darter, variegate

Etheostoma variatum

 

Sunfish, blackbanded

Enneacanthus chaetodon

Threatened:

 

Darter, Carolina

Etheostoma collis

 

Darter, golden

Etheostoma denoncourti

 

Darter, greenfin

Etheostoma chlorobranchium

 

Darter, sickle

Percina willliamsi

 

Darter, western sand

Ammocrypta clara

 

Madtom, orangefin

Noturus gilberti

 

Paddlefish

Polyodon spathula

 

Shiner, emerald

Notropis atherinoides

 

Shiner, steelcolor

Cyprinella whipplei

 

Shiner, whitemouth

Notropis alborus

2. Amphibians:

Endangered:

 

Salamander, eastern tiger

Ambystoma tigrinum

Threatened:

 

Salamander, Mabee's

Ambystoma mabeei

 

Treefrog, barking

Hyla gratiosa

 

 

3. Reptiles:

Endangered:

 

Rattlesnake, canebrake (Coastal Plain population of timber rattlesnake)

Crotalus horridus

 

Turtle, bog

Glyptemys muhlenbergii

 

Turtle, eastern chicken

Deirochelys reticularia reticularia

Threatened:

 

Lizard, eastern glass

Ophisaurus ventralis

 

Turtle, wood

Glyptemys insculpta

4. Birds:

Endangered:

 

Plover, Wilson's

Charadrius wilsonia

Rail, black

Laterallus jamaicensis

 

Wren, Bewick's

Thryomanes bewickii bewickii

Threatened:

 

Falcon, peregrine

Falco peregrinus

 

Sandpiper, upland

Bartramia longicauda

 

Shrike, loggerhead

Lanius ludovicianus

 

Sparrow, Bachman's

Aimophila aestivalis

 

Sparrow, Henslow's

Ammodramus henslowii

 

Tern, gull-billed

Sterna nilotica

5. Mammals:

Endangered:

 

Bat, Rafinesque's eastern big-eared

Corynorhinus rafinesquii macrotis

 

Bat, little brown

Myotis lucifugus

 

Bat, tri-colored

Perimyotis subflavus

 

Hare, snowshoe

Lepus americanus

 

Shrew, American water

Sorex palustris

 

Vole, rock

Microtus chrotorrhinus

Threatened:

 

Shrew, Dismal Swamp southeastern

Sorex longirostris fisheri

6. Molluscs:

Endangered:

 

[ Ghostsnail, thankless

Holsingeria unthanksensis ]

 

Coil, rubble

Helicodiscus lirellus

 

Coil, shaggy

Helicodiscus diadema

 

Deertoe

Truncilla truncata

 

Elephantear

Elliptio crassidens

 

Elimia, spider

Elimia arachnoidea

 

Floater, brook

Alasmidonta varicosa

 

Ghostsnail, thankless

Holsingeria unthanksensis ]

 

Heelsplitter, Tennessee

Lasmigona holstonia

 

Lilliput, purple

Toxolasma lividus

 

Mussel, slippershell

Alasmidonta viridis

 

Pigtoe, Ohio

Pleurobema cordatum

 

Pigtoe, pyramid

Pleurobema rubrum

 

Springsnail, Appalachian

Fontigens bottimeri

 

Springsnail (no common name)

Fontigens morrisoni

 

Supercoil, spirit

Paravitrea hera

Threatened:

 

Floater, green

Lasmigona subviridis

 

Papershell, fragile

Leptodea fragilis

 

Pigtoe, Atlantic

Fusconaiamasoni

 

Pimpleback

Quadrula pustulosa pustulosa

 

Pistolgrip

Tritogonia verrucosa

 

Riversnail, spiny

Iofluvialis

 

Sandshell, black

Ligumia recta

 

Supercoil, brown

Paravitrea septadens

7. Arthropods:

Threatened:

 

Amphipod, Madison Cave

Stygobromus stegerorum

 

Pseudotremia, Ellett Valley

Pseudotremia cavernarum

 

Xystodesmid, Laurel Creek

Sigmoria whiteheadi

8. Crustaceans:

Endangered:

 

Crayfish, Big Sandy

Cambarus veteranus

 

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-4615; Filed February 17, 2016, 11:06 a.m.
TITLE 12. HEALTH
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
Proposed Regulation

Title of Regulation: 12VAC5-371. Regulations for the Licensure of Nursing Facilities (amending 12VAC5-371-410; repealing 12VAC5-371-420).

Statutory Authority: §§ 32.1-127 and 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia.

Public Hearing Information: No public hearings are scheduled.

Public Comment Deadline: May 6, 2016.

Agency Contact: Erik Bodin, Director, Office of Licensure and Certification, Department of Health, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 401, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-2109, FAX (804) 527-4502, or email erik.bodin@vdh.virginia.gov.

Basis: 12VAC5-371 is promulgated under the authority of §§ 32.1-127 and 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia. Section 32.1-127 requires the board to promulgate regulations including minimum standards for (i) the construction and maintenance of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities to ensure the environmental protection and the life safety of its patients, employees, and the public; (ii) the operation, staffing, and equipping of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities; (iii) qualifications and training of staff of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities, except those professionals licensed or certified by the Department of Health Professions; (iv) conditions under which a hospital or nursing home may provide medical and nursing services to patients in their places of residence; and (v) policies related to infection prevention, disaster preparedness, and facility security of facilities. Section 32.1-127.001 states, "Notwithstanding any law or regulation to the contrary, the Board of Health shall promulgate regulations pursuant to § 32.1-127 for the licensure of hospitals and nursing homes that shall include minimum standards for the design and construction of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health." The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) and the latest edition of guidelines for nursing facilities published by the FGI is the 2014 edition of Guidelines for the Design and Construction of Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities.

Purpose: This regulatory action is in response to a petition for rulemaking. This action will bring the regulations into conformance with the provisions of § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia, which states that "Notwithstanding any law or regulation to the contrary, the Board of Health shall promulgate regulations for the licensure of hospitals and nursing homes that include minimum standards for design and construction that are consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health." The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the FGI and the latest edition of Guidelines published by the Facility Guidelines Institute is the 2014 edition of Guidelines for Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities. However, the regulations currently state that the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence over the guidelines and the edition of the guidelines listed within the regulations is outdated. This regulatory provision is contrary to the requirements of § 32.1-127.001.

The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) plans to amend 12VAC5-371-410 pertaining to building and construction codes for nursing facilities. The purpose of the amendment is to specify that nursing facilities' design and construction must be consistent with certain parts of the 2014 edition of the guidelines and remove language stating that the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence, thus bringing the regulations into compliance with the Code of Virginia and promoting the public health, welfare, and safety.

Substance: VDH intends to amend 12VAC5-371-410 to specify that nursing facilities shall be designed and constructed consistent with Parts 1 and 2 and sections 3.1 and 3.2 of Part 3 of the 2014 edition of the guidelines and remove language that states the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence over the guidelines, thus bringing the regulations into compliance with the Code of Virginia. Further, the action will repeal the unnecessary12VAC5-371-420.

Issues: The primary advantages of the proposed regulatory action to the public are increased facility and construction safety protections in new nursing facilities. The primary disadvantage to the public associated with the proposed action is the increased cost some facilities may incur to construct their facility in order to comply with the regulations. This increased cost may be passed on to the patient. VDH does not foresee any additional disadvantages to the public. The primary advantage to the agency and the Commonwealth is the promotion of public health and safety. There are no disadvantages associated with the proposed regulations in relation to the agency or the Commonwealth.

Department of Planning and Budget's Economic Impact Analysis:

Summary of the Proposed Amendments to Regulation. The State Board of Health (Board) proposes to specify that nursing facilities be designed and constructed consistent with the 2014 Guidelines for Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute. Additionally, the Board proposes to amend other language for improved clarity.

Result of Analysis. The benefits likely exceed the costs for all proposed changes.

Estimated Economic Impact. Section § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia states that the Board shall promulgate regulations for the licensure of nursing homes that include minimum standards for design and construction that are consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI). Consequently the Board proposes to amend this regulation to specify that construction be consistent with the 2014 Guidelines for Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute.1 The current regulation references the 2010 Guidelines.

The Facility Guidelines Institute published a study3 that estimates the change in costs of applying the 2014 Guidelines rather than the 2010 Guidelines for hospitals and outpatient facilities. The study breaks up hospitals and outpatient facilities into five facility types, and lists the estimated percentage cost changes for each. Licensed Virginia architects2 have determined that the changes affecting nursing facilities are most comparable to the category for rehab hospitals as they both are similar in nature of design. The study estimates a net change of approximately zero for the rehab hospital facility type. Some of the proposed changes moderately add to cost, while others moderately reduce cost. Consequently, the best available estimate for the net cost impact of requiring that new nursing facilities be designed and constructed consistent with the 2014 Guidelines rather than the 2010 Guidelines would be zero. The Board and the architects and engineers associated with the Facility Guidelines Institute believe that adopting the 2014 edition will increase patient and staff health and safety. Thus, the proposal to specify that renovation or construction of hospitals be consistent with the 2014 Guidelines will likely produce a net benefit.

Businesses and Entities Affected. There are 266 licensed nursing facilities in operation in the Commonwealth. However, the proposal to amend this regulation to specify that the design and construction of nursing facilities be consistent with the 2014 Guidelines would only apply to facilities built after this proposed amendment is put into effect.

Localities Particularly Affected. The proposed amendments do not disproportionately affect particular localities.

Projected Impact on Employment. The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly affect employment.

Effects on the Use and Value of Private Property. The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly affect the use and value of private property.

Real Estate Development Costs. Depending on the specific attributes of the project, the proposed adoption of the 2014 Guidelines may increase or decrease total real estate development costs. In any case, the change is not likely to be large.

Small Businesses:

Definition. Pursuant to § 2.2-4007.04 of the Code of Virginia, small business is defined as "a business entity, including its affiliates, that (i) is independently owned and operated and (ii) employs fewer than 500 full-time employees or has gross annual sales of less than $6 million."

Costs and Other Effects. Depending on the specific attributes of the project, the proposed adoption of the 2014 Guidelines may increase or decrease the cost of nursing facility construction. In net, the proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly increase costs for small businesses.

Alternative Method that Minimizes Adverse Impact. The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly adversely affect small businesses.

Adverse Impacts:

Businesses: The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly adversely affect businesses.

Localities: The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly adversely affect localities.

Other Entities: The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly adversely affect other entities.

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1The 2014 Guidelines for Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities is the current edition.

2Gormley T, Garland J, Jones W. "Estimated Cost of Applying the 2014 vs. the 2010 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction Requirements to Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities."

3The Department of Planning and Budget contacted licensed architects for their expert opinion.

Agency's Response to Economic Impact Analysis: The Virginia Department of Health concurs with the economic impact analysis conducted by the Department of Planning and Budget.

Summary:

The proposed amendments conform the regulation to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia, which requires the State Board of Health to adopt minimum standards for design and construction that are consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI). The latest edition of guidelines published by the FGI for nursing facilities is the 2014 edition of Guidelines for Design and Construction of Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities.

Part V
Physical Environment

12VAC5-371-410. Architectural drawings and specifications.

A. All construction of new buildings and additions, renovations or, alterations, or repairs of existing buildings for occupancy as a nursing facility shall conform to state and local codes, zoning and building ordinances, and the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63).

In addition, nursing facilities shall be designed and constructed according to Part consistent with Parts 1 and 2 and sections 4.1—1 through 4.2—8 3.1 and 3.2 of Part 4 3 of the 2010 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities of the Facilities Facility Guidelines Institute (formerly of the American Institute of Architects). However, the requirements of the Uniform Statewide Building Code and local zoning and building ordinances shall take precedence pursuant to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia.

B. Architectural drawings and specifications for all new construction or for additions, alterations or renovations to any existing building, shall be dated, stamped with licensure professional seal, and signed by the architect. The architect shall certify that the drawings and specifications were prepared to conform to building code requirements the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code and be consistent with Parts 1 and 2 and sections 3.1 and 3.2 of Part 3 of the 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute. The certification shall be forwarded to the OLC.

C. Additional approval may include a Certificate of Public Need.

D. Upon completion of the construction, the nursing facility shall maintain a complete set of legible "as built" drawings showing all construction, fixed equipment, and mechanical and electrical systems, as installed or built.

12VAC5-371-420. Building inspection and classification. (Repealed.)

All buildings shall be inspected and approved as required by the appropriate building regulatory entity. Approval shall be a Certificate of Use and Occupancy indicating the building is classified for its proposed licensed purpose.

DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (12VAC5-371)

Guidelines for Design and Construction of Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities, 2014 Edition, Facilities Guideline Facility Guidelines Institute (formerly of the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture), 2010 Edition, http://www.fgiguidelines.org

Guidelines for Preventing Health Care-Associated Pneumonia, 2003, MMWR 53 (RR03), Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Prevention and Control of Influenza, MMWR 53 (RR06), Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

VA.R. Doc. No. R13-24; Filed February 15, 2016, 12:01 p.m.
TITLE 12. HEALTH
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
Final Regulation

REGISTRAR'S NOTICE: The State Board of Health is claiming an exclusion from Article 2 of the Administrative Process Act in accordance with § 2.2-4006 A 4 a of the Code of Virginia, which excludes regulations that are necessary to conform to changes in Virginia statutory law where no agency discretion is involved. The State Board of Health will receive, consider, and respond to petitions by any interested person at any time with respect to reconsideration or revision.

Title of Regulation: 12VAC5-391. Regulations for the Licensure of Hospice (amending 12VAC5-391-460).

Statutory Authority: §§ 32.1-12 and 32.1-162.5 of the Code of Virginia.

Effective Date: April 7, 2016.

Agency Contact: Erik Bodin, Director, Office of Licensure and Certification, Department of Health, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 401, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-2109, or erik.bodin@vdh.virginia.gov.

Summary:

Pursuant to Chapter 668 of the 2015 Acts of Assembly, the amendment requires any hospice licensed by the Department of Health or exempt from licensure pursuant to § 32.1-162.2 of the Code of Virginia with a hospice patient residing at home at the time of death to notify every pharmacy that has dispensed partial quantities of a Schedule II controlled substance for a patient with a medical diagnosis documenting a terminal illness, as authorized by federal law, within 48 hours of the patient's death.

12VAC5-391-460. Pharmacy services.

A. Whether medications and biologicals are obtained from community or institutional pharmacies, the hospice facility is responsible for assuring availability for medications and biologicals, including 24-hour emergency services, for its patients and for ensuring that pharmaceutical services are provided according to accepted professional principles and appropriate federal and state laws.

B. The facility shall comply with the Virginia Board of Pharmacy regulations related to pharmacy services in long-term care facilities, (i.e., Part XII (18VAC110-20-530 18VAC110-20-520 et seq.) of the Virginia Board of Pharmacy Regulations Governing the Practice of Pharmacy).

C. Each hospice facility shall develop and implement policies and procedures for the handling of drugs and biologicals, including procurement, storage, administration, medication errors, self-administration, disposal and accounting of drugs and other pharmacy products.

D. Each facility shall have a written agreement with a qualified pharmacist to provide consultation on all aspects of the provision of pharmacy services in the facility.

The consultant pharmacist shall make regularly scheduled visits, at least quarterly, to the facility for a sufficient number of hours to carry out the function of the agreement.

E. Each prescription container shall be individually labeled by the pharmacist for each patient or provided in an individualized unit dose system.

F. No drug or medication shall be administered to any patient without a valid verbal order or a written, dated and signed order from a physician, dentist or, podiatrist, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant, licensed in Virginia.

G. Verbal orders for drugs or medications shall only be given to a licensed nurse, pharmacist or physician.

H. Each patient's medication regimen shall be reviewed by a pharmacist licensed in Virginia. Any irregularities identified by the pharmacist shall be reported to the physician and the director of nursing, and their response documented.

I. Medication orders shall be reviewed at least every 60 days by the attending physician, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant.

J. Prescription and nonprescription drugs and medications may be brought into the facility by a patient's family, friend, or other person provided:

1. The individual delivering the drugs and medications assures timely delivery, in accordance with the facility's written policies, so that the patient's prescribed treatment plan is not disrupted;

2. Each drug or medication is in an individual container; and

3. Delivery is not allowed directly to an individual patient.

In addition, prescription medications shall be:

4. Obtained from a pharmacy licensed by the state or federal authority; and

5. Securely sealed and labeled by a licensed pharmacist according to 18VAC110-20-330 and 18VAC110-20-340.

K. Any hospice licensed by the Department of Health or exempt from licensure pursuant to § 32.1-162.2 of the Code of Virginia with a hospice patient residing at home at the time of death shall notify every pharmacy that has dispensed partial quantities of a Schedule II controlled substance for a patient with a medical diagnosis documenting a terminal illness, as authorized by federal law, within 48 hours of the patient's death.

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-4524; Filed February 12, 2016, 4:29 p.m.
TITLE 12. HEALTH
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
Fast-Track Regulation

Title of Regulation: 12VAC5-410. Regulations for the Licensure of Hospitals in Virginia (amending 12VAC5-410-210).

Statutory Authority: §§ 32.1-12 and 32.1-127 of the Code of Virginia.

Public Hearing Information: No public hearings are scheduled.

Public Comment Deadline: April 6, 2016.

Effective Date: April 22, 2016.

Agency Contact: Erik Bodin, Director, Office of Licensure and Certification, Department of Health, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 401, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-2109, or erik.bodin@vdh.virginia.gov.

Basis: The regulation is promulgated under the authority of §§ 32.1-12 and 32.1-127 of the Code of Virginia. Section 32.1-12 grants the board the legal authority "to make, adopt, promulgate, and enforce such regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of Title 32.1 of the Code." Section 32.1-127 directs the board to promulgate regulations with minimum standards for the construction and maintenance of hospitals; the operation, staffing, and equipping of hospitals; qualifications and training of staff of hospitals; conditions under which a hospital may provide medical and nursing services to patients in their places of residence; and policies related to infection prevention, disaster preparedness, and facility security.

Purpose: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) revised 42 CFR 482.22(b) in 2014 to add § 482.22(b)(4), which permits a hospital that is part of a hospital system consisting of multiple, separately certificated hospitals to participate in a unified, integrated medical staff that the hospital system utilizes for two or more of its member hospitals, in accordance with state law. The Regulations for the Licensure of Hospitals in Virginia is currently written in a manner that can be interpreted to be more restrictive than the federal regulations. This was not the intent and therefore this regulatory action will amend the regulations to remove restrictions that may be interpreted to be more stringent than federal law. This regulatory action will protect the health and welfare of Virginians by ensuring that patients within a hospital setting benefit from the improved efficiency and quality and patient safety made possible through a unified, integrated medical staff.

Rationale for Using Fast-Track Process: These amendments simply ensure that the Commonwealth's regulations are not more restrictive than federal regulations. These amendments have also been prepared with input from stakeholders. Therefore, the department does not expect that this regulatory action will be controversial.

Substance: The amendment to 12VAC5-410-210 clarifies the requirement that each hospital have an organized medical staff by adding language that allows hospitals that are part of a hospital system to have a unified and integrated medical staff and adding a citation for the CFR subsections that specify the requirements of unified and integrated medical staffs.

Issues: The primary advantage to the agency, the Commonwealth, and the public of the proposed regulatory action will be less burdensome regulations. The proposed regulatory action will also lead to improved efficiency and quality and patient safety created through unified and integrated medical staffs. There are no known disadvantages to the agency, the Commonwealth, or the public.

Department of Planning and Budget's Economic Impact Analysis:

Summary of the Proposed Amendments to Regulation. The State Board of Health (Board) proposes to add a clarifying sentence to this regulation in order to reflect changes to federal regulations.

Result of Analysis. The benefits likely exceed the costs for all proposed changes.

Estimated Economic Impact. This regulation specifies that "Each hospital shall have an organized medical staff responsible to the governing body of the hospital for its own organized governance and all medical care provided to patients." The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revised 42 CFR § 482.22 (b) in 2014 to add § 482.22 (b)(4) which permits a hospital that is part of a hospital system consisting of multiple, separately certificated hospitals to participate in a unified, integrated medical staff that the hospital system utilizes for two or more of its member hospitals. In order to clarify that the federal rule applies in the Commonwealth, the Board proposes to add the following sentence to the regulation: "Nothing in this provision shall prevent hospitals which are a part of a hospital system from having a unified and integrated medical staff as permitted by 42 CFR § 482.22 (b) (4)." The proposed addition of clarifying language will not affect any requirements, but will provide a small benefit in that it will reduce potential confusion and associated time wasted in determining how hospitals may be organized.

Businesses and Entities Affected. The proposed amendment pertains potentially affects the 106 licensed hospitals and critical access hospitals within the Commonwealth.

Localities Particularly Affected. The proposed amendment does not disproportionately affect particular localities.

Projected Impact on Employment. The proposed amendment will not significantly affect employment.

Effects on the Use and Value of Private Property. The proposed amendment is unlikely to significantly affect the use and value of private property.

Real Estate Development Costs. The proposed amendment does not affect real estate development costs.

Small Businesses:

Definition. Pursuant to § 2.2-4007.04 of the Code of Virginia, small business is defined as "a business entity, including its affiliates, that (i) is independently owned and operated and (ii) employs fewer than 500 full-time employees or has gross annual sales of less than $6 million."

Costs and Other Effects. The proposed amendment is unlikely to significantly affect small businesses.

Alternative Method that Minimizes Adverse Impact. The proposed amendment will not adversely affect small businesses.

Adverse Impacts:

Businesses: The proposed amendment will not adversely affect businesses.

Localities: The proposed amendment will not adversely affect localities.

Other Entities: The proposed amendment will not adversely affect other entities.

Agency's Response to Economic Impact Analysis: The Virginia Department of Health concurs with the result of the economic impact analysis prepared by the Virginia Department of Planning and Budget.

Summary:

The amendment clarifies that 42 CFR 482.22(b)(4) applies in the Commonwealth of Virginia. 42 CFR 482.22(b)(4) permits a hospital that is part of a hospital system consisting of multiple, separately certificated hospitals to participate in a unified, integrated medical staff that the hospital system utilizes for two or more of its member hospitals.

12VAC5-410-210. Medical staff.

A. Each hospital shall have an organized medical staff responsible to the governing body of the hospital for its own organized governance and all medical care provided to patients. Nothing in this subsection shall prevent hospitals that are a part of a hospital system from having a unified and integrated medical staff as permitted by 42 CFR 482.22(b)(4).

B. The medical staff shall be responsible to the hospital governing board and maintain appropriate standards of professional performance through staff appointment criteria, delineation of staff privileges, continuing peer review, and other appropriate mechanisms.

C. The medical staff, subject to approval by the governing body, shall develop bylaws incorporating details of the medical staff organization and governance, giving effect to its general powers, duties, and responsibilities including:

1. Methods of selection, election, or appointment of all officers and other executive committee members and officers;

2. Provisions for the selection and appointment of officers of departments or services specifying required qualifications;

3. The type, purpose, composition, and organization of standing committees;

4. Frequency and requirements for attendance at staff and departmental meetings;

5. An appeal mechanism for denial, revocation, or limitation of staff appointments, reappointments, and privileges;

6. Delineation of clinical privileges in accordance with the requirements of § 32.1-134.2 of the Code of Virginia;

7. Requirements regarding medical records;

8. A mechanism for utilization and medical care review; and

9. Such other provisions as shall be required by hospital or governmental rules and regulations.

D. A copy of approved medical staff bylaws and regulations and revisions thereto shall be made available to the OLC on request.

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-4521; Filed February 5, 2016, 4:10 p.m.
TITLE 12. HEALTH
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
Proposed Regulation

Title of Regulation: 12VAC5-410. Regulations for the Licensure of Hospitals in Virginia (amending 12VAC5-410-442, 12VAC5-410-445, 12VAC5-410-650, 12VAC5-410-760, 12VAC5-410-1350).

Statutory Authority: §§ 32.1-127 and 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia.

Public Hearing Information: No public hearings are scheduled.

Public Comment Deadline: May 6, 2016.

Agency Contact: Erik Bodin, Director, Office of Licensure and Certification, Department of Health, 9960 Mayland Drive, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-2109, FAX (804) 527-4502, or email erik.bodin@vdh.virginia.gov.

Basis: Section 32.1-127 of the Code of Virginia requires the board to promulgate regulations including minimum standards for (i) the construction and maintenance of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities to ensure the environmental protection and the life safety of its patients, employees, and the public; (ii) the operation, staffing, and equipping of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities; (iii) qualifications and training of staff of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities, except those professionals licensed or certified by the Department of Health Professions; (iv) conditions under which a hospital or nursing home may provide medical and nursing services to patients in their places of residence; and (v) policies related to infection prevention, disaster preparedness, and facility security of facilities. Section 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia states, "Notwithstanding any law or regulation to the contrary, the Board of Health shall promulgate regulations pursuant to § 32.1-127 for the licensure of hospitals and nursing homes that shall include minimum standards for the design and construction of hospitals, nursing homes, and certified nursing facilities consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health." The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) and the latest edition of guidelines published by the FGI is the 2014 edition of Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities.

Purpose: This regulatory action is in response to a petition for rulemaking. This action will bring the regulations into conformance with the provisions of § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia, which states that "Notwithstanding any law or regulation to the contrary, the Board of Health shall promulgate regulations for the licensure of hospitals and nursing homes that include minimum standards for design and construction that are consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health." The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the FGI and the latest edition of guidelines published by the FGI is the 2014 edition of Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities (guidelines). However, the regulations currently state that the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence over the guidelines and the editions of the guidelines listed within the regulations are outdated. This regulatory provision is contrary to the requirements of § 32.1-127.001.

The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) plans to amend various regulatory sections pertaining to building and physical plant information and building and construction codes for hospital facilities. The purpose of the proposed amendments is to specify that the facilities shall be designed, constructed, and renovated consistent with the 2014 edition of the guidelines and remove language stating that the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence, thus bringing the regulations into compliance with the Code of Virginia and promoting the public health, safety, and welfare.

Substance:

12VAC5-410-442 - Obstetric service design and equipment criteria. Update the edition of the guidelines listed within the regulation and the coinciding sections related to obstetric services.

12VAC5-410-445 - Newborn service design and equipment criteria. Update the edition of the guidelines listed within the regulation and the coinciding sections related to nursery services.

12VAC5-410-650 - General building and physical plant information. Update the edition of the guidelines listed within the regulation and remove language that states the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence. Add language stating that the facility's architect shall certify that the facility conforms with the Virginia Statewide Building Code and the FGI Guidelines.

12VAC5-410-760 - Long-term care nursing units. Update the edition of the guidelines within the regulation and the coinciding section related to skilled nursing care units. Add language stating that the facility's architect shall certify that the facility conforms with the Virginia Statewide Building Code and the FGI Guidelines.

12VAC5-410-1350 - Codes; fire safety; zoning; construction standards. Update the edition of the guidelines within the regulation and remove language that states the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code takes precedence. Add language stating that the facility's architect shall certify that the facility conforms with the Virginia Statewide Building Code and the FGI Guidelines.

Issues: The primary advantages of the proposed regulatory action to the public are increased facility and construction safety protections in new or renovated hospitals. The primary disadvantage to the public associated with the proposed action is the increased cost some facilities may incur to renovate or construct their facilities in order to comply with the regulations. This increased cost may be passed on to the patient. VDH does not foresee any additional disadvantages to the public. The primary advantage to the agency and the Commonwealth is the promotion of public health and safety. There are no disadvantages associated with the proposed regulations in relation to the agency or the Commonwealth.

Department of Planning and Budget's Economic Impact Analysis:

Summary of the Proposed Amendments to Regulation. The State Board of Health (Board) proposes to specify that renovation or construction of hospitals be consistent with the 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute. Additionally, the Board proposes to amend other language for improved clarity.

Result of Analysis. The benefits likely exceed the costs for all proposed changes.

Estimated Economic Impact. Section § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia states that the Board shall promulgate regulations for the licensure of hospitals that include minimum standards for design and construction that are consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI). Consequently the Board proposes to amend this regulation to specify that renovations or construction be consistent with the 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute.1 The current regulation references the 2010 and 2006 guidelines. Adopting the requirements in the 2014 Guidelines would produce both cost increases and reductions.

Potential Cost Increases. The change in requirements associated with adopting the 2014 edition would produce approximately the following cost increases.2

Facility Type

Cost Change

Explanation

General hospital

1.88%

The bulk of this increase is due to changes required for fume hood exhaust, family support and meditation rooms, private rooms for intermediate care units, and lifts for bariatric rooms.

Children's hospital

2.37%

The bulk of the increase is due to the requirements for a family lounge and a play area on top of the 1.88% increase for general hospitals. (These requirements are compared to the 2010 general hospital requirements as a separate children's hospital chapter is new in the 2014 edition.)

Psychiatric/rehab hospital

0.26%

The bulk of the increase is due to changes requiring drywall ceilings in patient rooms and toilets.

Freestanding outpatient – urgent care/surgery/ imaging/endoscopy

0.17%

The bulk of the increase is due to changes requiring a separate clean/decontamination room and a toilet in the recovery area in endoscopy facilities.

Freestanding outpatient – neighborhood clinic/office surgery/dialysis center

2.68%

The bulk of the increase is due to changes requiring a soiled workroom in renal dialysis centers and a toilet at pre-procedure areas in office surgical facilities.

Potential Cost Reductions. Several of the changes in requirements in the 2014 Guidelines could yield reductions in the percentage of cost increase and could provide significant benefits. The following describe potential cost savings by section of the 2014 Guidelines.3

1.2-2 Functional Program. This section was revised to clarify the requirements for a functional program and to help owners and designers define the actual needs for a project to minimize additional costs for construction of scope beyond programmed requirements or needs and to minimize the need for scope changes later in a project.

1.2-3 Safety Risk Assessment. Combining a number of risk assessments under one umbrella, this new tool clarifies what risks should be assessed at the outset of a project and should help owners and designers define the scope of a project to avoid overbuilding and to improve operational and clinical results.

1.2-5.4 Bariatric–Specific Design Considerations. The percentage of the population that is obese varies considerably in different regions in the United States, making it impossible to determine minimum requirements for facilities and equipment to accommodate provision of care for this portion of the population that would be appropriate everywhere. Therefore, specific requirements were removed so that health care organizations can determine the percentage of their patient population that needs these accommodations. Allowing the decision on how much of a facility must be able to accommodate persons of size to be customized to a locality should allow cost savings in some areas.

2.1-5.1 Central Services. Requirements in this section were clarified so sterile processing services can be provided in a manner that meets local capabilities rather than having minimum requirements that may go beyond what is needed in small hospitals. This would save costs by allowing a customized approach for each location.

Conclusion. The estimated cost increases associated with adopting the 2014 Guidelines are fairly small, and may be offset by cost savings of other changes in the 2014 edition depending on the specifics of individual hospital construction and renovation projects. The Board and the architects and engineers associated with the Facility Guidelines Institute believe that adopting the 2014 edition will increase patient and staff health and safety. Thus, the proposal to specify that renovation or construction of hospitals be consistent with the 2014 Guidelines will likely produce a net benefit.

Businesses and Entities Affected. The proposed amendments potentially affect the 106 licensed hospitals within the Commonwealth.

Localities Particularly Affected. The proposed amendments do not disproportionately affect particular localities.

Projected Impact on Employment. The proposed amendments will not likely significantly affect total employment.

Effects on the Use and Value of Private Property. The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly affect the use and value of private property.

Real Estate Development Costs. Depending on the specific attributes of the hospital construction or renovation project, the proposed adoption of the 2014 Guidelines may increase or decrease total real estate development costs. In any case, the change is not likely to be large.

Small Businesses:

Definition. Pursuant to § 2.2-4007.04 of the Code of Virginia, small business is defined as "a business entity, including its affiliates, that (i) is independently owned and operated and (ii) employs fewer than 500 full-time employees or has gross annual sales of less than $6 million."

Costs and Other Effects. Depending on the specifics of individual hospital construction and renovation projects, the proposed adoption of the 2014 Guidelines may increase or decrease the cost of hospital construction and renovation. In net, the proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly increase costs for small businesses.

Alternative Method that Minimizes Adverse Impact. Depending on the specifics of individual hospital construction and renovation projects, the proposed adoption of the 2014 Guidelines may increase or decrease the cost of hospital construction and renovation. For those projects that would have increased costs due to requirements in the 2014 edition, there is no clear alternative method that meets the intended policy goals at a lower cost.

Adverse Impacts:

Businesses: Depending on the specifics of individual hospital construction and renovation projects, the proposed adoption of the 2014 Guidelines may increase or decrease the cost of hospital construction and renovation. For those businesses that face increased costs, the increase will likely be relatively moderate.

Localities: The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly adversely affect localities.

Other Entities: The proposed amendments are unlikely to significantly adversely affect other entities.

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1 The 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities is the current edition.

2 The following table is reproduced from Gormley T, Garland J, Jones W. “Estimated Cost of Applying the 2014 vs. the 2010 FGI Guidelines for Design and Construction Requirements to Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities.” Facility Guidelines Institute and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (2015).

3 The information for potential cost reductions also comes from Gormley, Garland, and Jones (2015).

Agency's Response to Economic Impact Analysis: The Virginia Department of Health concurs with the economic impact analysis conducted by the Department of Planning and Budget.

Summary:

The proposed amendments conform the regulation to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia, which requires the State Board of Health to adopt minimum standards for design and construction that are consistent with the current edition of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities issued by the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health. The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has become the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI). The latest edition of guidelines published by the FGI is the 2014 edition of Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities.

12VAC5-410-442. Obstetric service design and equipment criteria.

A. Renovation or construction of a hospital's obstetric unit shall be consistent with (i) section 2.1-4 2.2-2.11 of Part 2 of the 2006 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the American Facility Guidelines Institute of Architects pursuant to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia and (ii) the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63).

B. Delivery rooms, LDR/LDRP; labor, delivery, and recovery (LDR) rooms; labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum (LDRP) rooms,; and nurseries shall be equipped to provide emergency resuscitation for mothers and infants.

C. Equipment and supplies shall be assigned for exclusive use in the obstetric and newborn units.

D. The same equipment and supplies required for the labor room and delivery room shall be available for use in the LDR/LDRP rooms during periods of labor, delivery, and recovery.

E. Sterilizing equipment shall be available in the obstetric unit or in a central sterilizing department. Flash sterilizing equipment or sterile supplies and instruments shall be provided in the obstetric unit.

F. Daily monitoring is required of the stock of necessary equipment in the labor, delivery, and recovery LDR rooms (LDR) and labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum (LDRP) LDRP rooms and nursery.

G. The hospital shall provide the following equipment in the labor, delivery and recovery rooms and, except where noted, in the LDR/LDRP rooms:

1. Labor rooms.

a. A labor or birthing bed with adjustable side rails.

b. Adjustable lighting adequate for the examination of patients.

c. An emergency signal and intercommunication system.

d. A sphygmomanometer, stethoscope and fetoscope or doppler.

e. Fetal monitoring equipment with internal and external attachments.

f. Mechanical infusion equipment.

g. Wall-mounted oxygen and suction outlets.

h. Storage equipment.

i. Sterile equipment for emergency delivery to include at least one clamp and suction bulb.

j. Neonatal resuscitation cart.

2. Delivery rooms.

a. A delivery room table that allows variation in positions for delivery. This equipment is not required for the LDR/LDRP rooms.

b. Adequate lighting for vaginal deliveries or cesarean deliveries.

c. Sterile instruments, equipment, and supplies to include sterile uterine packs for vaginal deliveries or cesarean deliveries, episiotomies or laceration repairs, postpartum sterilizations and cesarean hysterectomies.

d. Continuous in-wall oxygen source and suction outlets for both mother and infant.

e. Equipment for inhalation and regional anesthesia. This equipment is not required for LDR/LDRP rooms.

f. A heated, temperature-controlled infant examination and resuscitation unit.

g. An emergency call system.

h. Plastic pharyngeal airways, adult and newborn sizes.

i. Laryngoscope and endotracheal tubes, adult and newborn sizes.

j. A self-inflating bag with manometer and adult and newborn masks that can deliver 100% oxygen.

k. Separate cardiopulmonary crash carts for mothers and infants.

l. Sphygmomanometer.

m. Cardiac monitor. This equipment is not required for the LDR/LDRP rooms.

n. Gavage tubes.

o. Umbilical vessel catheterization trays. This equipment is not required for LDR/LDRP rooms.

p. Equipment that provides a source of continuous suction for aspiration of the pharynx and stomach.

q. Stethoscope.

r. Fetoscope.

s. Intravenous solutions and equipment.

t. Wall clock with a second hand.

u. Heated bassinets equipped with oxygen and transport incubator.

v. Neonatal resuscitation cart.

3. Recovery rooms.

a. Beds with side rails.

b. Adequate lighting.

c. Bedside stands, overbed tables, or fixed shelving.

d. An emergency call signal.

e. Equipment necessary for a complete physical examination.

f. Accessible oxygen and suction equipment.

12VAC5-410-445. Newborn service design and equipment criteria.

A. Construction and or renovation of a hospital's nursery shall be consistent with sections 2.2—2.12.1 through 2.2—2.12.6.6  (i) section 2.2-2.12 of Part 2 of the 2010 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facilities Facility Guidelines Institute (formerly of the American Institute of Architects) pursuant to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia and (ii) the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63). Hospitals with higher-level nurseries shall comply with sections 2.2—2.10.1 through 2.2—10.9.3 section 2.2-2.10 of Part 2 of the 2010 guideline 2014 edition of the guidelines as applicable.

B. The hospital shall provide the following equipment in the general level nursery and all higher level nurseries, unless additional equipment requirements are imposed for the higher level nurseries:

1. Resuscitation equipment as specified for the delivery room in 12VAC5-410-442 G 2 shall be available in the nursery at all times;

2. Equipment for the delivery of 100% oxygen concentration, properly heated, blended, and humidified, with the ability to measure oxygen delivery in fractional inspired concentration (FI02). The oxygen analyzer shall be calibrated every eight hours and serviced according to the manufacturer's recommendations by a member of the hospital's respiratory therapy department or other responsible personnel trained to perform the task;

3. Saturation monitor (pulse oximeter or equivalent);

4. Equipment for monitoring blood glucose;

5. Infant scales;

6. Intravenous therapy equipment;

7. Equipment and supplies for the insertion of umbilical arterial and venous catheters;

8. Open bassinets, self-contained incubators, open radiant heat infant care system or any combination thereof appropriate to the service level;

9. Equipment for stabilization of a sick infant prior to transfer that includes a radiant heat source capable of maintaining an infant's body temperature at 99°F;

10. Equipment for insertion of a thoracotomy tube; and

11. Equipment for proper administration and maintenance of phototherapy.

C. The additional equipment required for the intermediate level newborn service and for any higher service level is:

1. Pediatric infusion pumps accurate to plus or minus 1 milliliter (ml) per hour;

2. On-site supply of PgE1;

3. Equipment for 24-hour cardiorespiratory monitoring for neonatal use available for every incubator or radiant warmer;

4. Saturation monitor (pulse oximeter or equivalent) available for every infant given supplemental oxygen;

5. Portable x-ray machine; and

6. If a mechanical ventilator is selected to provide assisted ventilation prior to transport, it shall be approved for the use of neonates.

D. The additional equipment required for the specialty level newborn service and a higher newborn service is as follows:

1. Equipment for 24-hour cardiorespiratory monitoring with central blood pressure capability for each neonate with an arterial line;

2. Equipment necessary for ongoing assisted ventilation approved for neonatal use with on-line online capabilities for monitoring airway pressure and ventilation performance;

3. Equipment and supplies necessary for insertion and maintenance of chest tube for drainage;

4. On-site supply of surfactant;

5. Computed axial tomography equipment (CAT) or magnetic resonance imaging equipment (MRI);

6. Equipment necessary for initiation and maintenance of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) with ability to constantly measure delineated pressures and including alarm for abnormal pressure (i.e., vent with PAP mode); and

7. Cardioversion unit with appropriate neonatal paddles and ability to deliver appropriate small watt discharges.

E. The hospital shall document that it has the appropriate equipment necessary for any of the neonatal surgical and special procedures it provides that are specified in its medical protocol and that are required for the specialty level newborn service.

F. The additional equipment requirements for the subspecialty level newborn service are:

1. Equipment for emergency gastrointestinal, genitourinary, central nervous system, and sonographic studies available 24 hours a day;

2. Pediatric cardiac catheterization equipment;

3. Portable echocardiography equipment; and

4. Computed axial tomography equipment (CAT) and magnetic resonance imaging equipment (MRI).

G. The hospital shall document that it has the appropriate equipment necessary for any of the neonatal surgical and special procedures it provides that are specified in the medical protocol and are required for the subspecialty level newborn service.

Part III
Standards and Design Criteria for New Buildings and Additions, Alterations and Conversion of Existing Buildings

12VAC5-410-650. General building and physical plant information.

A. All construction of new buildings and additions, renovations, alterations or repairs of existing buildings for occupancy as a hospital shall conform to state and local codes, zoning and building ordinances, and the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63).

In addition, hospitals shall be designed and constructed according to consistent with Part 1 and sections 2.1—1 through 2.2—8 of Part 2 of the 2010 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facilities Facility Guidelines Institute (formerly of the American Institute of Architects). However, the requirements of the Uniform Statewide Building Code and local zoning and building ordinances shall take precedence pursuant to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia.

B. All buildings shall be inspected and approved as required by the appropriate building regulatory entity. Approval shall be a Certificate of Use and Occupancy indicating the building is classified for its proposed licensed purpose. Architectural drawings and specifications for all new construction or for additions, alterations, or renovations to any existing building shall be dated, stamped with professional seal, and signed by the architect. The architect shall certify that the drawings and specifications were prepared to conform to the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63) and be consistent with Part 1 and Part 2 of the 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute. The certification shall be forwarded to the OLC.

12VAC5-410-760. Long-term care nursing units.

Construction and renovation of long-term care nursing units, including intermediate and skilled nursing care nursing units, shall conform to be designed and constructed consistent with section 2.1—3.9 2.2-2.15 of Part 2 of the 2006 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the American Facility Guidelines Institute of Architects pursuant to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia.

Architectural drawings and specifications for all new construction or for additions, alterations, or renovations to any existing building shall be dated, stamped with professional seal, and signed by the architect. The architect shall certify that the drawings and specifications were prepared to conform to the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63) and be consistent with section 2.2-2.15 of Part 2 of the 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute. The certification shall be forwarded to the OLC.

Part V
Design Standards for New Outpatient Surgical Hospitals and Additions and Alterations to Existing Outpatient Surgical Hospitals

Article 1
General Considerations

12VAC5-410-1350. Codes; fire safety; zoning; construction Local and state codes and standards.

A. All construction of new buildings and additions alterations or repairs to existing buildings for occupancy as a "free-standing" outpatient hospital shall conform to state and local codes, zoning and building ordinances, and the Statewide Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63).

In addition, hospitals shall be designed and constructed according to consistent with Part 1 and sections 3.1-1 through 3.1-8 3.1 and 3.7 of Part 3 of the 2010 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facilities Facility Guidelines Institute (formerly of the American Institute of Architects). However, the requirements of the Uniform Statewide Building Code and local zoning and building ordinances shall take precedence pursuant to § 32.1-127.001 of the Code of Virginia.

Architectural drawings and specifications for all new construction or for additions, alterations, or renovations to any existing building shall be dated, stamped with professional seal, and signed by the architect. The architect shall certify that the drawings and specifications were prepared to conform to the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (13VAC5-63) and be consistent with Part 1 and sections 3.1 and 3.7 of Part 3 of the 2014 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities of the Facility Guidelines Institute. The certification shall be forwarded to the OLC.

B. All buildings shall be inspected and approved as required by the appropriate building regulatory entity. Approval shall be a Certificate of Use and Occupancy indicating the building is classified for its proposed licensed purpose.

C. B. The use of an incinerator shall require permitting from the nearest regional office of the Department of Environmental Quality.

D. C. Water shall be obtained from an approved water supply system. Outpatient surgery centers shall be connected to sewage systems approved by the Department of Health or the Department of Environmental Quality.

E. D. Each outpatient surgery center shall establish a monitoring program for the internal enforcement of all applicable fire and safety laws and regulations.

F E. All radiological machines shall be registered with the Office of Radiological Health of the Virginia Department of Health. Installation, calibration and testing of machines and storage facilities shall comply with 12VAC5-480 12VAC5-481, Virginia Radiation Protection Regulations.

G. F. Pharmacy services shall comply with Chapter 33 (§ 54.1-3300 et seq.) of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia and 18VAC110-20, Regulations Governing the Practice of Pharmacy.

DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (12VAC5-410)

Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities, 2014 Edition, Facilities Facility Guidelines Institute (formerly of the American Institute of Architects), Washington, D.C., 2010 Edition, http://www.fgiguidelines.org

VA.R. Doc. No. R13-23; Filed February 15, 2016, 12:07 p.m.
TITLE 12. HEALTH
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
Final Regulation

REGISTRAR'S NOTICE: The State Board of Health is claiming an exemption from Article 2 of the Administrative Process Act in accordance with § 2.2-4006 A 4 a of the Code of Virginia, which excludes regulations that are necessary to conform to changes in Virginia statutory law or the appropriation act where no agency discretion is involved. The State Board of Health will receive, consider, and respond to petitions by any interested person at any time with respect to reconsideration or revision.

Title of Regulation: 12VAC5-410. Regulations for the Licensure of Hospitals in Virginia (adding 12VAC5-410-1175).

Statutory Authority: § 32.1-127 of the Code of Virginia.

Effective Date: April 8, 2016.

Agency Contact: Erik Bodin, Director, Office of Licensure and Certification, Department of Health, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 401, Richmond, VA 23233, telephone (804) 367-2109, or erik.bodin@vdh.virginia.gov.

Summary:

Pursuant to Chapter 18 of the 2015 Acts of Assembly, which created § 32.1-137.03 of the Code of Virginia, this action requires hospitals to (i) provide each patient admitted as an inpatient the opportunity to designate an individual who will care for or assist the patient in his residence following discharge from the hospital and to whom the hospital shall provide information regarding the patient's discharge plan and follow-up care, (ii) make that designation part of the patient's medical record, (iii) include certain specific information regarding the designated person as part of that record, and (iv) allow the patient to change the designation any time prior to release from the hospital.

12VAC5-410-1175. Discharge planning.

A. Every hospital shall provide each patient admitted as an inpatient or his legal guardian the opportunity to designate an individual who will care for or assist the patient in his residence following discharge from the hospital and to whom the hospital shall provide information regarding the patient's discharge plan and any follow-up care, treatment, and services that the patient may require.

B. Every hospital upon admission shall record in the patient's medical record:

1. The name of the individual designated by the patient;

2. The relationship between the patient and the person; and

3. The person's telephone number and address.

C. If the patient fails or refuses to designate an individual to receive information regarding his discharge plan and any follow-up care, treatment, and services, the hospital shall record the patient's failure or refusal in the patient's medical record.

D. A patient may change the designated individual at any time prior to the patient's release, and the hospital shall record the changes, including the information referenced in subsection B of this section, in the patient's medical record within 24 hours of such a change.

E. Prior to discharging a patient who has designated an individual pursuant to subsection A or D of this section, the hospital shall (i) notify the designated individual of the patient's discharge, (ii) provide the designated individual with a copy of the patient's discharge plan and instructions and information regarding any follow-up care, treatment, or services that the designated individual will provide, and (iii) consult with the designated individual regarding the designated individual's ability to provide the care, treatment, or services. Such discharge plan shall include:

1. The name and contact information of the designated individual;

2. A description of follow-up care, treatment, and services that the patient requires; and

3 Information, including contact information, about any health care, long-term care, or other community-based services and supports necessary for the implementation of the patient's discharge plan.

A copy of the discharge plan and any instructions or information provided to the designated individual shall be included in the patient's medical record.

F. The hospital shall provide each individual designated pursuant to subsection A or D of this section the opportunity for a demonstration of specific follow-up care tasks that the designated individual will provide to the patient in accordance with the patient's discharge plan prior to the patient's discharge, including opportunity for the designated individual to ask questions regarding the performance of follow-up care tasks. Such opportunity shall be provided in a culturally competent manner and in the designated individual's native language.

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-4526; Filed February 10, 2016, 3:42 p.m.
TITLE 18. PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING
BOARD OF PHARMACY
Fast-Track Regulation

Title of Regulation: 18VAC110-20. Regulations Governing the Practice of Pharmacy (amending 18VAC110-20-685, 18VAC110-20-700, 18VAC110-20-725, 18VAC110-20-726, 18VAC110-20-727).

Statutory Authority: §§ 54.1-2400 of the Code of Virginia.

Public Hearing Information: No public hearings are currently scheduled.

Public Comment Deadline: April 6, 2016.

Effective Date: April 21, 2016.

Agency Contact: Caroline Juran, RPh, Executive Director, Board of Pharmacy, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Richmond, VA 23233-1463, telephone (804) 367-4416, FAX (804) 527-4472, or email caroline.juran@dhp.virginia.gov.

Basis: Regulations are promulgated under the general authority of Chapter 24 (§ 54.1-2400 et seq.) of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia. Section 54.1-2400 provides the Board of Pharmacy the authority to promulgate regulations. Section 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia provides: "E. Prescription drug orders dispensed to a patient and delivered to a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE) site licensed by the Department of Social Services pursuant to § 63.2-1701 and overseen by the Department of Medical Assistance Services in accordance with § 32.1-330.3 upon the signed written request of the patient or the patient's legally authorized representative may be stored, retained, and repackaged at the site on behalf of the patient for subsequent delivery or administration. The repackaging of a dispensed prescription drug order retained by the PACE site for the purpose of assisting a client with self-administration pursuant to this subsection shall only be performed by a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, nurse, or other person who has successfully completed a Board-approved training program for repackaging of prescription drug orders as authorized by this subsection. The Board shall promulgate regulations relating to training, packaging, labeling, and recordkeeping for such repackaging." The authority to promulgate regulations to establish criteria for repackaging by PACE sites is mandatory.

Purpose: The purpose of the planned regulatory action is to comply with a legislative mandate to promulgate regulations for PACE sites to receive, store, retain, and repackage prescription drug orders dispensed to a patient for the purpose of assisting a client with self-administration of the drug.

Chapter 505 of the 2015 Acts of Assembly addresses a problem for the PACE program in handling the unique prescription needs of its patient population. The legislation does two things. It authorizes the PACE sites to retain prescription medications for elderly patients, who may need assistance or monitoring of self-administration or who may not be capable of self-administering. And, it authorizes PACE personnel, who hold appropriate licensure or who have passed a training course approved by the Board of Pharmacy, to repackage a portion of a patient's medication to assist that patient with self-administration and compliance with dosage instructions.

Because of the urgent need for the change in law and for regulations to implement those changes, the Board of Pharmacy is promulgating amendments by a fast-track rulemaking process. Regulations addressing storage, repackaging, recordkeeping, and training of persons who handle drugs will ensure that client or patient needs are being met while protecting the security and integrity of the drugs and the health and safety of the client and general population.

Rationale for Using Fast-Track Process: This action will not be controversial as repackaging authorization is needed as soon as possible. Cindy Williams with Riverside Health Systems, which has a number of PACE facilities, gave public comment at the meeting on September 29, 2015, urging the board to adopt the draft regulations recommended by the Regulation Committee. The board adopted the recommendation without change.

Substance: Regulations promulgated pursuant to the legislative mandate set forth requirements for PACE sites to possess, repackage, and deliver or administer drugs and for a program to train nonpharmacists in repackaging. Amendments add PACE to requirements for other facilities (CSBs and BHAs) that have similar authority. The amendments add "PACE site" to existing requirements for labeling, storage, recordkeeping, destruction, and other requirements for repackaging in those facilities that do not have a pharmacy, persons authorized to repackage, and information to clients about repackaged drugs. There are also curricula and instructional criteria for approval of repackaging training programs and for expiration and renewal of program approval.

Issues: The advantage to the public is assurance that a facility has followed appropriate procedures in the storing, retaining, and repackaging of dispensed prescription drug orders for the purpose of assisting elderly clients with self-administration. Without proper training, there are concerns about drug safety and security and about improper dispensed of prescriptions that enable a person to remain in a community-based program. There are no disadvantages. The advantage to the Commonwealth is facilitation of a community program that assists elderly clients with health-related needs. Since there was no statutory authority for emergency regulations, the board is promulgating a fast-track action to authorize repackaging as soon as possible.

Department of Planning and Budget's Economic Impact Analysis:

Summary of the Proposed Amendments to Regulation. Pursuant to Chapter 505 of the 2015 Acts of the Assembly, the Board of Pharmacy (Board) proposes to amend its pharmacy regulation to allow programs of all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE sites) that are licensed by the Department of Social Services and overseen by the Department of Medical Assistance Services to be able to possess, repackage, deliver and administer prescription medications to their patients as community service boards (CSBs) and behavioral health authorities (BHAs) do now.

Result of Analysis. Benefits likely outweigh costs for implementing these proposed changes.

Estimated Economic Impact. Currently, the Board allows CSBs and BHAs that have obtained controlled substances registration to have staff trained in repackaging of prescription drug orders to repackage prescription drugs for these entities' clients. Pursuant to Chapter 505 of the 2015 Acts of the Assembly, the Board now proposes to add PACE sites to the list of entities that may repackage prescriptions for their clients. Pace sites will have to meet the same criteria as CSBs and BHAs do and will have to pay the fees set for approval (and renewal and late renewal) of repackaging training programs ($50, $30 and $10, respectively) and meet criteria for training programs as well as rules that trained individuals must follow in repackaging drugs. The rules for repackaging include information that must be on packaging labels, information that must be dispensed to clients with the drugs, rules for storage and destruction of drugs, and recordkeeping requirements.

PACE sites will incur the same explicit costs as CSBs and BHAs incur now; these costs comprise the $50 fee for approval of a repackaging training program to train their staff (as well as biennial fees of $30 for renewal of these programs). PACE sites will also incur implicit costs for staff time spent in training. PACE sites will likely only seek repackaging authority if they believe that the costs they would incur are outweighed by the benefits that they and their clients will accrue. The benefits of these proposed regulations have the potential to be quite large, especially for elderly clients who lack the capacity to independently follow a prescribed drug regimen.

Businesses and Entities Affected. The Department of Health Professions reports that there are eight PACE provider organizations that serve 12 licensed PACE sites in the Commonwealth. All of these entities and their clients will be affected by these regulations.

Localities Particularly Affected. No locality will be particularly affected by this regulatory change.

Projected Impact on Employment. This regulatory change is unlikely to impact employment in the Commonwealth.

Effects on the Use and Value of Private Property. This regulatory change is unlikely to affect the use or value of private property in Virginia.

Real Estate Development Costs. This proposed change will likely not affect real estate development costs.

Small Businesses:

Definition. Pursuant to § 2.2-4007.04 of the Code of Virginia, small business is defined as "a business entity, including its affiliates, that (i) is independently owned and operated and (ii) employs fewer than 500 full-time employees or has gross annual sales of less than $6 million."

Costs and Other Effects. No small business in the Commonwealth is likely to incur net costs on account of this proposed regulatory change.

Alternative Method that Minimizes Adverse Impact. No small business in the Commonwealth is likely to incur net costs on account of this proposed regulatory change.

Adverse Impacts:

Businesses: No business in the Commonwealth is likely to incur net costs on account of this proposed regulatory change.

Localities: Localities in the Commonwealth are unlikely to see any adverse impacts on account of this proposed regulatory change.

Other Entities: No entities in the Commonwealth are likely to suffer any adverse impacts on account of this proposed regulatory change.

Agency's Response to Economic Impact Analysis: The Board of Pharmacy concurs with the economic impact analysis of the Department of Planning and Budget.

Summary:

Chapter 505 of the 2015 Acts of the Assembly requires the Board of Pharmacy to promulgate regulations "relating to the training, packaging, labeling, and recordkeeping" for repackaging of prescription drug orders dispensed to a patient and delivered to a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE) site licensed by the Department of Social Services and overseen by the Department of Medical Assistance Services. The amendments add PACE sites to the repackaging requirements previously adopted for a similar purpose for community services board facilities and behavioral health authority facilities.

Part XVI
Controlled Substances Registration for Other Persons or Entities

18VAC110-20-685. Definitions for controlled substances registration.

For purposes of this part, the following definitions shall apply:

"BHA" means a behavioral health authority facility licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services that holds a controlled substances registration issued by the board.

"CSB" means a community services board facility licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services that holds a controlled substances registration issued by the board.

"PACE" means a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly overseen by the Department of Medical Assistance Services in accordance with § 32.1-330.3 of the Code of Virginia.

18VAC110-20-700. Requirements for supervision for controlled substances registrants.

A. A practitioner licensed in Virginia shall provide supervision for all aspects of practice related to the maintenance and use of controlled substances as follows:

1. In a hospital or nursing home without an in-house pharmacy, a pharmacist shall supervise.

2. In an emergency medical services agency, the operational medical director shall supervise.

3. For any other type of applicant or registrant, a pharmacist or a prescriber whose scope of practice is consistent with the practice of the applicant or registrant and who is approved by the board may provide the required supervision.

B. The supervising practitioner shall approve the list of drugs which may be ordered by the holder of the controlled substances registration; possession of controlled substances by the entity shall be limited to such approved drugs. The list of drugs approved by the supervising practitioner shall be maintained at the address listed on the controlled substances registration.

C. Access to the controlled substances shall be limited to (i) the supervising practitioner or to those persons who are authorized by the supervising practitioner and who are authorized by law to administer drugs in Virginia,; (ii) such other persons who have successfully completed a training program for repackaging of prescription drug orders in a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site as authorized in § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia,; or (iii) other such persons as designated by the supervising practitioner or the responsible party to have access in an emergency situation. If approved by the supervising practitioner, pharmacy technicians may have access for the purpose of delivering controlled substances to the registrant, stocking controlled substances in automated dispensing devices, conducting inventories, audits and other recordkeeping requirements, overseeing delivery of dispensed prescriptions at an alternate delivery site, and repackaging of prescription drug orders retained by a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site as authorized in § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia. Access to stock drugs in a crisis stabilization unit shall be limited to prescribers, nurses, or pharmacists.

D. The supervising practitioner shall establish procedures for and provide training as necessary to ensure compliance with all requirements of law and regulation, including, but not limited to, storage, security, and recordkeeping.

E. Within 14 days of a change in the responsible party or supervising practitioner assigned to the registration, either the responsible party or outgoing responsible party shall inform the board and a new application shall be submitted indicating the name and license number, if applicable, of the new responsible party or supervising practitioner.

18VAC110-20-725. Repackaging by a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site.

A. Definition. For purposes of this section, "repackaging" shall mean removing a drug from a container already dispensed and labeled by a pharmacy or medical practitioner authorized to dispense, for a particular client of a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site, and placing it in a container designed for a person to be able to repackage his own dispensed prescription medications to assist with self-administration and compliance with dosage instructions. Such repackaging shall not include the preparation of a patient-specific label that includes drug name, strength, or directions for use or any other process restricted to a pharmacist or pharmacy technician under the direct supervision of a pharmacist.

B. Persons authorized to repackage. Repackaging shall be performed by a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, nurse, or such other person who has successfully completed a board-approved training program for repackaging of prescription drug orders as authorized in § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia. A CSB or, BHA, or PACE site using such other person shall maintain documentation of completion of an approved training program for at least one year from date of termination of employment or cessation of repackaging activities.

C. Requirements for repackaging.

1. The repackaging of a dispensed prescription drug order pursuant to § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia shall only be done at a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site.

2. The repackaging of dispensed prescription drugs shall be restricted to solid oral dosage forms and a maximum of a 14-day supply of drugs.

3. The drug container used for repackaging pursuant to this section shall bear a label containing the client's first and last name, and name and 24-hour contact information for the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site.

4. A clean, well-closed container that assists the client with self-administration shall be used when multiple doses of a repackaged drug are provided to the client at one time.

5. A prescription drug order shall not be repackaged beyond the assigned expiration date noted on the prescription label of the dispensed drug, if applicable, or beyond one year from the date the drug was originally dispensed by a pharmacy, whichever date is earlier.

D. Written information for client. At the time a repackaged drug is initially given to a client, and upon any subsequent change in the medication order, the client shall be provided written information about the name and strength of the drug and the directions for use. Such written information shall have been prepared by a pharmacy or by a nurse at the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site.

E. Retention, storage, and destruction of repackaged drugs.

1. Any portion of a client's prescription drug order not placed into a container intended to assist with self-administration may be either given to the client or retained by the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site for subsequent repackaging. If retained by the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site, the remaining portion shall be stored within the board-approved drug storage location in the original labeled container, and shall only be used for the client for whom the drug was originally dispensed.

2. Any portion of a prescription drug order remaining at the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site that has exceeded any labeled expiration date or one year from the original pharmacy dispensing date on the label shall be separated from unexpired drugs, stored within a designated area of the board-approved drug storage location, and destroyed within 30 days of expiration with the written agreement of the client. Remaining portions of discontinued prescription drug orders retained by the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site shall also be separated from active stock and either returned to the client or destroyed within 30 days of discontinuance with the written agreement of the client.

F. Recordkeeping.

1. A record of repackaging shall be made and maintained for one year from the date of repackaging and shall include the following:

a. Date of repackaging;

b. Name of client;

c. Prescription number of the originally dispensed prescription drug order;

d. Pharmacy name;

e. Drug name and strength;

f. Quantity of drug repackaged; and

g. Initials of the person performing the repackaging and verifying the accuracy of the repackaged drug container.

2. A record of destruction shall be made and maintained for one year for any prescription drug orders destroyed by the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site and shall include the following:

a. Date of destruction;

b. Name of client;

c. Prescription number of the originally dispensed prescription drug order;

d. Drug name and strength;

e. Quantity of drug destroyed; and

f. Initials of the person performing the destruction.

18VAC110-20-726. Criteria for approval of repackaging training programs.

A. Application. Any person wishing to apply for approval of a repackaging training program shall submit the application fee prescribed in 18VAC110-20-20 and an application on a form approved by the board and shall meet the criteria established in this section. The application shall name a program director who is responsible for compliance with this section.

B. Curriculum. The curriculum for a repackaging training program shall include instruction in current laws and regulations applicable to a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site for the purpose of assisting a client with self-administration pursuant to § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia and in the following repackaging tasks:

1. Selection of an appropriate container;

2. Proper preparation of a container in accordance with instructions for administration;

3. Selection of the drug;

4. Counting of the drug;

5. Repackaging of the drug within the selected container;

6. Maintenance of records;

7. Proper storage of drugs;

8. Translation of medical abbreviations;

9. Review of administration records and prescriber's orders for the purpose of identifying any changes in dosage administration;

10. Reporting and recording the client's failure to take medication;

11. Identification, separation, and removal of expired or discontinued drugs; and

12. Prevention and reporting of repackaging errors.

C. Instructors and program director. Instructors for the program shall be either (i) a pharmacist with a current license in any jurisdiction and who is not currently suspended or revoked in any jurisdiction in the United States or (ii) a pharmacy technician with at least one year of experience performing technician tasks who holds a current registration in Virginia or current PTCB certification and who is not currently suspended or revoked in any jurisdiction in the United States. The program director shall maintain a list of instructors for the program.

D. Program requirements.

1. The length of the program shall be sufficient to prepare a program participant to competently perform repackaging consistent with § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia and 18VAC110-20-725.

2. The program shall include a post-training assessment to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary for repackaging with safety and accuracy.

3. A program shall provide a certificate of completion to participants who successfully complete the program and provide verification of completion of the program for a participant upon request by a CSB, BHA, PACE site, or the board.

4. The program shall maintain records of training completion by persons authorized to repackage in accordance with § 54.1-3420.2 of the Code of Virginia. Records shall be retained for two years from date of completion of training or termination of the program.

5. The program shall report within 14 days any substantive change in the program to include a change in program name, program director, name of institution or business if applicable, address, program content, length of program, or location of records.

E. Expiration and renewal of program approval. A repackaging training program approval expires after two years, after which the program may apply for renewal. For continued approval, the program shall submit the renewal application, renewal fee, and a self-evaluation report on a form provided by the board at the time of renewal notification. Renewal of a program's approval is at the discretion of the board, and the decision to renew shall be based on documentation of continued compliance with the criteria set forth in this section.

18VAC110-20-727. Pharmacists repackaging for clients of a CSB or, BHA or PACE.

A. As an alternative to repackaging as defined in 18VAC110-20-725, a pharmacist at a CSB or, BHA, or PACE site may repackage a client's prescription drugs that have been dispensed by another pharmacy into compliance packaging under the following conditions:

1. A prescription drug order shall not be repackaged beyond the assigned expiration date noted on the prescription label of the dispensed drug, if applicable, or beyond one year from the date the drug was originally dispensed by a pharmacy, whichever date is earlier.

2. The compliance packaging shall comply with the requirements of 18VAC110-20-340 B.

3. A record of repackaging shall be made and maintained for one year from the date of repackaging and shall include the following:

a. Date of repackaging;

b. Name of client;

c. Prescription number of the originally dispensed prescription drug order;

d. Pharmacy name;

e. Drug name and strength;

f. Quantity of drug repackaged; and

g. Initials of the person performing the repackaging and verifying the accuracy of the repackaged drug container.

4. Any portion of a prescription drug order remaining at the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site that has exceeded any labeled expiration date or one year from the original pharmacy dispensing date on the label shall be separated from unexpired drugs, stored within a designated area of the board-approved drug storage location, and destroyed within 30 days of expiration with the written agreement of the client. Remaining portions of discontinued prescription drug orders retained by the CSB or, BHA, or PACE site shall also be separated from active stock and either returned to the client or destroyed within 30 days of discontinuance with the written agreement of the client.

B. A primary provider pharmacy may also provide this service in compliance with the provisions of 18VAC110-20-535.

VA.R. Doc. No. R16-4540; Filed February 5, 2016, 4:13 p.m.

Guidance Documents
Vol. 32 Iss. 14 - March 07, 2016

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTS

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the office of the Department of Accounts, 101 North 14th Street, 2nd Floor, Richmond, VA 23219. Copies are available online at the Department of Accounts website at http://www.doa.virginia.gov, and the respective document's specific web link is listed below with the document title. Hardcopies of all documents except the CAPP Manual may be obtained free of charge by contacting Michael E. Rider at P.O. Box 1971, Richmond, VA 23218-1971, telephone (804) 225-3051, or email michael.rider@doa.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Douglas N. Page, Director of Finance and Administration, telephone (804) 225-3136, or email doug.page@doa.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

Agency Risk Management and Internal Control Standards (ARMICS), updated routinely. This document provides risk management and internal control standards for state agencies and institutions.

Commonwealth Accounting Policies and Procedures (CAPP) Manual, continuously updated. This document is a compendium of information that provides accounting guidance for state agencies and institutions. Please choose the correct CAPP Manual link, which is determined by the accounting system in use for the agency. There is a link for CARS users and a link for CARDINAL users.

http://www.doa.virginia.gov/Admin_Services/CAPP/CAPP_Main.cfm

http://www.doa.virginia.gov/Admin_Services/CAPP/CAPP_Main_Cardinal.cfm

Financial Statement Preparation for Agencies and Institutions, updated annually. These are two documents: one for agencies and one for institutions that provide financial statement preparation guidance.

Year End Closing Procedures, prepared annually. This document provides guidance to agencies and institutions regarding proper procedures for closing the state accounting year.

DEPARTMENT FOR AGING AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES

All guidance documents are available electronically at no charge from the Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov or from the department website at http://dars.virginia.gov. Documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the department's central office location at 8004 Franklin Farms Drive, Richmond, VA 23229. Contact the individual listed with the individual document when the link is clicked for more information. If no listing appears, contact Vanessa S. Rakestraw, 8004 Franklin Farms Drive, Richmond, VA 23229, telephone (804) 662-7612. Costs for printing hard copies of these documents vary depending on the document requested.

Guidance Documents:

4519, Virginia Guide to Supported Employment and Job Coach Training Services, 5/13/2015

4520, Consumer's Guide to Self Employment, 7/1/2012

4523, DARS Services Reference Manual - Fee Schedule, 12/1/2014

4524, DRS Training and Facilities Manual, 12/1/2014

4525, Long Term Employment Support Services (LTESS) and Extended Employment Services (EES) Policy Manual, 12/1/2015

4526, State Plan for the State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program, 10/1/2014

4527, Your Path to Work - The VR Program Explained, 11/25/2015

4528, DARS Services for Employers, 12/4/2015

4529, New Counselor Skills and Competencies Checklist, 3/1/2015

4531, Human Research Procedures Manual, 12/1/2011

4532, Personal Assistance Services Program Handbook, 2/9/2011

4540, State Plan for Independent Living, 10/1/2013

5079, Vendor Application for Licensed Behavioral Health Services Provider A1205 - Guidance Document, 8/1/2014

5081, Guidance for Provision of Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS), 1/1/2014

5100, Virginia's State Plan for Aging (October 1, 2011 - September 30, 2015), 6/16/2011

5101, VDA Service Standard: Adult Day Care, 11/23/2004

5102, VDA Service Standard: Care Coordination, 4/14/2003

5103, VDA Service Standard: CCEVP Level One, 10/18/2011

5104, VDA Service Standard: CCEVP Level Two, 10/18/2011

5105, VDA Service Standard: CCEVP Senior Outreach to Services, 10/18/2011

5106, VDA Service Standard: Checking, 4/14/2003

5107, VDA Service Standard: Chore, 10/1/2013

5133, VDA Service Standard: Congregate Nutrition, 10/1/2014

5134, VDA Service Standard: Communication, Referral and Information and Assistance (CRIA), 10/3/2011

5135, VDA Service Standard: Elder Abuse Prevention, 4/14/2003

5136, VDA Service Standard: Emergency, 4/22/2003

5137, VDA Service Standard: Employment Title III, 4/22/2003

5138, VDA Senior Community Service Employment Program State Plan for Program Years 2012-2015, 3/8/2013

5139, VDA Service Standard: Home Delivered Nutrition, 10/1/2014

5140, VDA Service Standard: Health Education and Screening, 1/3/2012

5141, VDA Service Standard: Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 7/1/2012

5142, VDA Service Standard: Home Health, 4/14/2003

5143, VDA Service Standard: Homemaker, 10/1/2013

5144, VDA Service Standard: Identification Discount, 4/29/2003

5145, VDA Service Standard: Legal Assistance, 10/14/2008

5146, VDA Service Standard: Long Term Care Coordinating Activities, 4/14/2003

5147, VDA Service Standard: Medication Management, 7/31/2012

5148, VDA Service Standard: Money Management, 4/29/2003

5149, VDA Service Standard: Options Counseling, 5/11/2012

5150, VDA Service Standard: Personal Care, 10/1/2013

5151, VDA Service Standard: Public Information and Education, 6/30/2003

5152, VDA Service Standard: Preparation and Administration of the Area Plan, 4/14/2003

5153, VDA Service Standard: Residential Repair and Renovation, 10/14/2004

5154, VDA State Plan: Socialization and Recreation Services, Multipurpose Senior Center, 1/3/2012

5155, VDA Service Standard: Transportation Services, 10/1/2003

5156, VDA Service Standard: Volunteer, 4/22/2003

5157, Procurement Guidelines - Minimum Procurement Guidelines (2003), 6/1/2003

5332, AS Broadcast 9266 State Median Income for Adult Services, 7/27/2015

5335, AS Assisted Living Facility Private Pay Assessment Manual, 12/5/2012

5338, AS Broadcast 8023 Revised Guidance Concerning Rights of Alleged Perpetrators in Substantiated Cases of Adult Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation, 6/28/2013

5339, AS Broadcast 7913 Right of an Alleged Perpetrator in a Substantiated Case of Adult Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation, 4/16/2013

5343, AS Broadcast 5696 Revised Adult Protective Services (APS) Minimum Training Standards, 6/1/2009

5345, AS Broadcast 7658 Guidelines for Pre-Admission Screening of Children with Disabilities Seeking Long-Term Care Services, 10/25/2012

5346, AS Auxiliary Grant Policy Manual Chapters A-L and Transmittals, 8/24/2015

5348, AS Assisted Living Facility Assessment Manual, 9/1/2012

5349, AS Adult Services Manual, Chapters 1-9, 5/5/2015

5451, Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) Description of DARS Service Item Code H2019, 10/1/2013

5876, Beneficiary Fact Sheet on the Ticket to Work Program, 12/14/2015

5877, Receiving Social Security Benefits? Worried About What Happens to Your Benefits When You Work?, 12/14/2015

5879, Ticket to Work at-a-Glance Checklist for DRS Counselors, 6/1/2012

4518, DARS Agency Brochure, 12/4/2013

4521, Vocational Evaluation Best Practices Manual, 10/28/1993

4522, DRS Policy and Procedure Manual, 11/1/2015

4533, Personal Assistance Services Policy and Procedures Manual Chapters 1-5, 1/1/2015

4534, Personal Assistance Services Policy and Procedures Manual Chapters 6 through 14, 1/1/2015

4541, Centers for Independent Living General Policies and Procedures Manual, 11/26/2012

4545, Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center Governance Manual, 11/1/2015

4546, WWRC Transition Academy Training and Reference Manual, 1/14/2012

4547, ADM-200, WWRC Service Listing/Fee Schedule, 7/1/2011

4549, PERT Training and Reference Manual, 12/2/2013

5158, VDA National Family Caregiver Support Guidance, 7/12/2012

5159, VDA Cost Sharing/Fee for Service Policy, 12/3/2013

5161, VDA Farm Market Fresh for Seniors Handbook for Farmers, 3/1/2014

5163, DRS Transition Services Guide, 9/27/2013

5350, AS Preadmission Screening Technical Assistance for Hospitals, 9/10/2015

5875, Ticket-to-Work Procedures, 7/17/2013

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES

Guidance documents are available at the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Oliver W. Hill Building, 102 Governor Street, Richmond, VA 23219. For information about guidance documents of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, including their interpretation, please contact:

For guidance documents relating to:

• Dairy and foods, contact Ryan Davis at telephone (804) 786-8899.

• Meat and poultry, contact Barry Jones at telephone (804) 786-4569.

• Approved capture drugs, methods approved for animal euthanasia, commercial breeder guidelines, and the Animal Shelter Civil Penalty Matrix, contact Dr. Carolynn Bissett at telephone (804) 692-4001.

• Avian influenza, contact Dr. Charles Broaddus at telephone (804) 786-2483.

• State Milk Commission, contact Crafton Wilkes at telephone (804) 786-2013.

• Agricultural stewardship, contact Darrell Marshall at telephone (804) 786-3538.

• All other matters (including ginseng), contact Laura Hare at telephone (804) 786-1908.

Costs associated with obtaining printed copies of these documents from the agency vary. Guidance documents are available electronically for no charge on the Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

750, Guidelines for the Virginia Ginseng Management Program, 9/1/2013

2552, Virginia Shipping Requirements for Package Bees and Queens, 12/1/2013

3255, Approved Capture Drugs and Drug Administering Equipment, 7/20/2009

3256, Methods Prescribed or Approved for Animal Euthanasia and Competency Certification Requirements, 5/20/2013

3747, Guidelines for Enforcement of the Virginia Weights and Measures Law - Civil Penalty Assessment Decision Matrix, 10/1/2008

3748, Guidelines for Enforcement of the Virginia Code Relating to Motor Fuels and Lubricating Oils - Civil Penalty Assessment Decision Matrix, 10/1/2008

4099, Office of Weights and Measures Technical Bulletin Number 2011-1 - Labeling of Motor Fuel Dispensers outside Reformulated Gasoline Areas, 6/1/2011

4100, Office of Weights and Measures Technical Bulletin Number 2011-2 - Advertisement Signs and Posted Signs with Taxes Included or Excluded and the Total Price Displayed at the Pump, 7/1/2011

4307, Commercial Breeder Guidelines, 1/20/2009

4308, Office of Weights and Measures Technical Bulletin Number 2011-3 - Taxes Charged for the Purchase of Gasoline, Diesel, Off-Road Diesel, Heating Oil, and Kerosene, 7/1/2011

4698, Health Spa Contract Requirements, 7/29/2010

4954, Virginia Animal Shelter Civil Penalty Matrix - Guidelines for Enforcement, 12/28/2015

5023, Agents of Virginia Cooperative Extension Program Proctoring Commercial Applicator Examinations, 7/3/2012

5024, Answering Telephone Requests for Pesticide Applicator or Pesticide Business License Examination Scores, 7/3/2012

5025, Applicator Recertification Options - Approval Procedures for Recertification Courses, 9/5/2012

5026, Applicator Testing in Order to Recertify, 7/3/2012

5027, Certification, Licensing, Registration, and Training 25 Testing Opportunities with Fee, 7/6/2012

5028, Commercial Carpet Cleaners Who Apply Pesticides for Flea and Tick Control, 7/3/2012

5029, Discontinuance Policy, 7/6/2012

5030, Division of Consumer Protection - Administrative Procedure for Compliance Actions, 8/7/2012

5031, Guidelines for Enforcement of the Virginia Pesticide Control Act - Civil Penalty Assessment Decision Matrix, 7/2/2012

5032, Interpreting Personal Protection Equipment Standards on Pesticide Labels, 9/5/2012

5033, Product Registration - When Two Pesticide Products May Be Registered for a Single Fee, 9/29/2010

5034, Product Registration - Submission of 24c - Special Local Need Registration, 12/11/2014

5035, Production Registration - Submission of Labels, 12/11/2014

5036, Registration Label Review, 12/11/2014

5037, Supervision of Registered Technicians (Including Government Employees and Not-for-Hire Individuals, 7/3/2012

5038, Office of Pesticide Services Proposal Requirements, 11/30/2012

5328, Model Ordinance for Use by Localities in Their Regulation of Charitable Solicitations, 9/13/2013

5443, Office of Veterinary Services Guidance Documents, 12/18/2015

5617, A Guide to Virginia's Meat and Poultry Inspection Programs, 12/18/2015

5937, Obtaining State Meat and Poultry Inspection, 12/28/2015

5938, Meat and Poultry Establishment Design and Construction Guidebook, 12/28/2015

5940, Office of Pesticide Services - Interim Administrative Procedure for Compliance Actions, 5/14/2015

5941, Obtaining a Custom Permit of Exemption for a Meat or Poultry Establishment, 12/29/2015

1115, Guidelines for Approving Industrial Co-Products for Agricultural Use under the Virginia Fertilizer and Agricultural Liming Materials Laws, 12/1/2012

1743, Agricultural Stewardship Act Guidelines, 4/1/2010

740, Dairy Services Procedure Manual, 8/15/2012

751, Virginia Cooperative Gypsy Moth Suppression Program, 2016 Guidelines, 9/1/2015

754, Food Safety Operations Manual, 12/15/2014

756, Virginia Entry Requirements for Honey Bee Hives and Appliances, 12/1/2013

OPIS 2012-01, Guidelines for Beehive Grant Program, 12/10/2014

Charitable Gaming Board

4310, Progressive Games, 6/2/2010

4309, Use of Proceeds, 12/1/2012

4311, Electronic Pull-Tab Game Displays, Themes, and Sounds, 11/14/2012

State Milk Commission

2727, Virginia State Milk Commission Monthly Report Audit Manual, 11/27/2012

COMMISSION ON VIRGINIA ALCOHOL SAFETY ACTION PROGRAM

A copy of the following document may be viewed on regular work days between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the office of the Commission on Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program, 701 East Franklin Street, Suite 1110, Richmond, VA 23219. Please call in advance to schedule an appointment. A copy may also be obtained free of charge by contacting Richard Foy at the same address, telephone (804) 786-5895, FAX (804) 786-6286, or email rfoy.vasap@state.va.us.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of this document may be directed to Christopher Morris, Special Projects Coordinator, Commission on Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program, 701 East Franklin Street, Suite 1110, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 786-5895, FAX (804) 786-6286, or email cmorris.vasap@state.va.us.

Guidance Document:

Ignition Interlock Process & Procedure Manual, revised January 2016, §§ 18.2-270.1 and 18.2-270.2, 24VAC35-60

DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL

Copies of guidance documents may be viewed during regular workdays from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the office of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 2901 Hermitage Road, Richmond, VA 23220. Copies may be obtained free of charge from and questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Shawn Walker, Director of Law Enforcement, at the same address, telephone (804) 213-4569, FAX (804) 213-4574, or email at shawn.walker@abc.virginia.gov. Guidance documents are available electronically for no charge on the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

3394, Circular Letter 06-01, Co2 Filters Provided to Retailers, 2/14/2006

3398, Circular Letter 07-01, Limitations on Wine and Beer Shippers, 4/23/2007

3400, Circular Letter 07-03, Expenditures by Manufacturers at Tasting Events, 6/29/2007

5949, Circular Letter 15-06, Temporary Extensions - Increase, 12/30/2015

Issued Quarterly, Licensee Newsletter - Spring 2003, 3/1/2003

Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

1850, Virginia's Licensing Process Brochure, 1/1/2002

1851, Retail Licensee Guide, 1/1/2001

1854, Circular Letter 84-3, Wholesaler Financial Interest, 1/1/1984

1855, Licensee Bulletin Vol. 56, No. 3 - Types of Licenses, 1/1/2000

1856, Licensee Bulletin Vol. 56, No. 4 - Operating a Licensed Club, 1/1/2000

1857, Wholesale Licensee Bulletin, 9/1/1997

1858, Circular Letter 84-4, Recordkeeping, 12/26/1984

1859, Circular Letter 85-5, Retail License Food Requirements, 3/26/1985

1860, Circular Letter 85-6, Wholesalers and Manufacturers Nonalcoholic Merchandise, 5/31/1985

1861, Circular Letter 87-1, Gifts and Contributions, 1/28/1987

1864, Circular Letter 88-3, Gifts of Money or Property, 9/7/1988

1866, Circular Letter 90-1, Information Exchange with Virginia Department of Taxation, 3/1/1990

1870, Circular Letter 94-1, Suspension of Licenses, 3/16/1994

1871, Circular Letter 98-1, Sponsoring Public Events, 1/1/1998

1872, Circular Letter 98-2, Wine Festivals, 2/1/1998

1873, Circular Letter 01-1, Cooperative Advertising - Alcoholic Beverages, 1/1/2001

1874, Circular Letter 01-2, Coupons, 2/1/2001

1876, Circular Letter 84-8, Retailer Shelf Space Plans, 12/26/1984

1881, Circular Letter 85-9, Cooperative Advertising of Nonalcoholic Merchandise, 1/1/1985

3397, Circular Letter 06-04, Solicitor Tasting Permits, 9/1/2006

3401, Circular Letter 07-04, Off-Premise Retail Delivery Permit, 7/1/2007

3402, Circular Letter 07-05, In-State Delivery Permit, 7/1/2007

3403, Circular Letter 07-08, Tasting Events, 12/15/2007

5750, Virginia ABC license Application, 9/3/2012

5805, Circular Letter 15-04, Special Events, 6/5/2015

5806, Circular Letter 15-03, Advertising via Social Media, 8/4/2015

5807, Circular Letter 15-02, Limited Brewery Licenses - Process Guidance, 8/4/2015

5808, Circular Letter 15-01, Distilled Spirits - Table Service, 8/4/2015

5809, Circular Letter 14-03, Infusion of Distilled Spirits, 8/4/2015

5810, Circular Letter 14-02, Brewery Licenses - Interstate Transfer and Sale of Beer, 8/4/2015

5811, Circular Letter 14-01, Product Approval of Gift Packages, 8/4/2015

5812, Circular Letter 13-03, Brewery Licenses - Registration and Product Approval, 8/4/2015

5813, Circular Letter 13-01, Prices Charged to Wholesale Distributors by Wineries and Breweries, 8/4/2015

5814, Circular Letter 12-02, Purchase Orders, 8/4/2015

5815, Circular Letter 09-01, Wine and Beer Wholesaler Invoices, 8/4/2015

5817, Beer Wholesalers Letter 2015 - Monthly Reporting and Payment of Tax, 8/7/2015

5818, Wine Wholesalers - Monthly Reporting and Payment of Tax, 8/10/2015

5819, Farm Wineries - Records, Reporting, and Taxes, 8/10/2015

5820, Vendors and Brokers - Supplier Manual, 8/10/2015

5850, Circular Letter 15-05, Delivery of Samples to Retail Licensees, 11/18/2015

1843, Farm Winery Remote - Festivals Bulletin, 7/19/2001

1847, Licensee Bulletin Vol. 56, No. 1 - Mixed Beverage Restaurant, 1/1/2000

VIRGINIA COMMISSION FOR THE ARTS

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the office of the Virginia Commission for the Arts, 1001 East Broad Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting Mackenzie Byrne, Deputy Director, Virginia Commission for the Arts, 1001 East Broad Street, Suite 330, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 225-3132, or email mackenzie.byrne@vca.virginia.gov.

These documents may be found on the Virginia Commission for the Arts website at http://www.arts.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Mackenzie Byrne, Deputy Director, at the address above or email mackenzie.byrne@vca.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

Guidelines for Funding, revised July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017, http://www.arts.virginia.gov/grants/pdf/VCA-Guidelines.pdf.

Strategic Plan, revised July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2015, http://www.arts.virginia.gov/about/pdf/StrategicPlan.pdf

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

Copies of the following documents may be viewed on regular work days from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the offices of the Department of Law, Office of the Attorney General, 900 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Copies may be obtained by contacting Christopher J. Pitera, Assistant Attorney General/Regulatory Coordinator, at the same address, telephone (804) 786-6576, FAX (804) 786-4839, or email cpitera@oag.state.va.us. The documents are also available using the links below.

Questions regarding the interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to the Assistant Attorney General named above.

Guidance Documents:

Synopsis of the Division of Human Rights (DHR) Investigative Process

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Residential Landlord-Tenant Issues

BOARD OF AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the offices of the Department of Health Professions, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Henrico, VA 23233. Copies may also be downloaded from the board's webpage at http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/aud and the Regulatory Town Hall at http://www.townhall.virginia.gov or requested by email at audbd@dhp.virginia.gov. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents or requests for copies may be directed to Leslie L. Knachel, Executive Director of the Board, at the address above or by telephone at (804) 367-4630. Copies are free of charge.

Guidance Documents:

http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/aud/aud_guidelines.htm

30-1, Sanctioning Reference Points; Instruction manual, revised November 3, 2011

30-2, Bylaws of the Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, revised March 13, 2014

30-3, Board Guidance on Use of Confidential Consent Agreements, re-adopted October 9, 2008

30-4, Board Guidance for Process of Delegation of Informal Fact-Finding to an Agency Subordinate, revised September 2010

30-5, Board Guidance on Meeting Continuing Competency Requirements, revised February 3, 2011

30-6, Board Guidance on Interpretation of Active Practice, revised April 11, 2013

30-8, Practice and the Need for Licensure as a Speech-Language Pathologist, revised February 12, 2015

30-9, Continuing Education Audits and Sanctions for Failure to Comply, revised April 11, 2013

30-10, Disposition of Disciplinary Cases for Practicing on Expired Licenses, adopted November 3, 2011

30-11, Guidelines for Processing Applications, adopted June 19, 2014

AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS

Electronic copies of guidance documents for the Auditor of Public Accounts (APA) are available at no charge on the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov or on the APA's website at http://www.apa.virginia.gov/APA_Reports/guidelines.aspx.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Rachel Reamy, Auditor, Auditor of Public Accounts, telephone (804) 225-3350 (ext. 360), or email rachel.reamy@apa.virginia.gov.

Printed copies may be viewed on regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the office of the APA, 101 North 14th Street, 8th Floor, Richmond VA 23219. Copies may be obtained by contacting Rachel Reamy at P.O. Box 1295, Richmond, VA 23218, telephone (804) 225-3350 (ext. 360), or email rachel.reamy@apa.virginia.gov.

The following charges shall apply for obtaining a printed copy:

Specification for Audits of Counties, Cities, and Towns - $10

Specification for Audits of Authorities, Boards, and Commissions - $10

Uniform Financial Reporting Manual - $10

Virginia Sheriffs Accounting Manual - $10

Guidance Documents:

ABC SPEC15, Specifications for Audits of Authorities, Boards, and Commissions, 7/1/2015

CCT SPEC15, Specifications for Audits of Counties, Cities, and Towns, 8/1/2015

Sheriffs15, Virginia Sheriffs Accounting Manual, 8/1/2015

UFRM15, Uniform Financial Reporting Manual, 8/1/2015

DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION

A printed copy of the Airport Program Manual may be viewed at the Virginia Department of Aviation (DOAV) office, 5702 Gulfstream Road, Richmond, VA 23250.

For questions regarding the Airport Program Manual or to request a copy, contact Susan Simmers with the Airport Services Division, Virginia Department of Aviation (DOAV), 5702 Gulfstream Road, Richmond, VA 23250, telephone (804) 236-3632, or email susan.simmers@doav.virginia.gov.

This guidance document is available electronically for no charge on the Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov using the link below.

A printed copy may be obtained from DOAV at no charge.

Guidance Document:

Virginia Department of Aviation Airport Program Manual, 11/21/13

DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Included in the detailed listing for each Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS) guidance document is the name and contact information of the staff person who can respond to interpretive or implementation questions. All departmental guidance documents are available electronically on the Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov without charge. There may be a nominal charge if an individual requests that the department mail a paper copy of any of these documents. Any questions regarding the posting of DBHDS guidance documents should be directed to Ruth Anne Walker, Regulatory Coordinator, telephone (804) 225-2252, FAX (804) 786-8623, or email ruthanne.walker@dbhds.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

CSB 1, Fiscal Year 2016 Community Services Performance Contract Renewal and Revision Cover Memo, 5/8/2015

CSB 1a, Fiscal Year 2016 Community Services Performance Contract Renewal and Revision, 5/8/2015

CSB 1b, Fiscal Year 2016 Community Services Performance Contract Administrative Requirements, 5/8/2015

CSB 1c, Fiscal Year 2016 Community Services Performance Contract Renewal and Revision Partnership Agreement, 5/8/2015

CSB 2, Core Services Taxonomy 7.3, 6/30/2014

CSB 3, Community Consumer Submission 3 - Extract Specifications Version 7.3.1, 7/1/2015

CSB MH-1, Discharge Protocols for Community Services Boards and State Mental Health Facilities, 8/1/2014

CSB MH-2, Discharge Assistance Program Manual, 12/18/2014

FOR 1, Guidelines for the Management of Individuals Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity, 5/28/2003

FOR 2, List of Standardized Measures of Intellectual Functioning, 11/5/2008

HR 1, Office of Human Rights, Protocols, Procedures, and Practices Manual, 11/1/2014

LIC 1, Office of Licensing Protocols, 12/1/2010

LIC 2, Licensing Intensive In-Home Guidance, 3/1/2011

LIC 3, Outpatient Services with Applied Behavior Analysis Track Guidance, 9/28/2012

LIC 4, Process for Adding a New Location of a Licensed Service in the Same Region, 12/14/2011

LIC 5, Human Services and Related Fields Approved Degrees and Experience, 5/3/2013

LIC 6, Guidance for Selected Licensing Regulations, 11/25/2014

LIC 7, Children's Residential Facilities Safety Memorandum Notification, 9/21/2015

MH 1, Mandatory Outpatient Treatment Guidance, 8/15/2012

MH 2, Medical Screening and Assessment Guidance, 4/1/2014

Part C 5, Child Indicators Booklet, 2/22/2013

Part C 8, Supporting Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Their Families, 1/31/2012

Plan 1, Comprehensive State Plan 2014-2020, 12/31/2013

DEPARTMENT FOR THE BLIND AND VISION IMPAIRED

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the administrative headquarters building of the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired, 397 Azalea Avenue, Richmond, VA 23227. Note that Policy and Procedures Directives are issued occasionally for the purpose of updating program service manuals. Copies of these documents, as well as those listed below, may be obtained at a cost of $ .10 per page by contacting Henry A. Street at the same address, telephone (804) 371-3145, FAX (804) 371-3157, or email henry.street@dbvi.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding the interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Susan Davis Payne, MS, CRC, Policy and Training Coordinator, Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired, Richmond, VA 23227, telephone (804) 371-3184, FAX (804) 371-3351, or email susan.payne@dbvi.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-01, February 3, 2015, RT/IL Manual Chapter 6 C Financial Need Measures

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-02, March 9, 2015, Revision of VR Manual Chapter IX-L - Supported Employment and Extended Services

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-03, March 27, 2015, Revision of VR Manual Chapter IX-R - Personal Assistance Services (PAS)

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-04, March 27, 2015, Revision of VR Manual Chapter IX-P - Job Coach Training Services (JCTS)

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-05, April 24, 2015, Documentation of Income Requirements

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-06, April 24, 2015, Financial Determination Spreadsheets

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-07, April 29, 2015, RT-IL Chapter 6C Revision

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-08, April 29, 2015, Unpaid Work Experience

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-09, May 5, 2015, Intake - Eye Reports

Policy and Procedures Directive DS-PPD-10, May 12, 2015, New VR Manual Appendix B - Liability

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-11, May 20, 2015, Development of the Individualized Plan for Employment (IPE)

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-12, June 2, 2015, Referrals of Deafblind Individuals to Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Policy and Procedures Directive, DS-PPD-15-13, September 30, 2015, Operations and Maintenance Manual Update

General Memorandum, DS-GM-15-05, May 19, 2015, Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

General Memorandum, DS-GM-15-07, December 16, 2015, Management Approvals and Reviews for Plans and Authorizations

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT UNIVERSITY

Copies of the guidance documents may be viewed during regular workdays from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Office of Institutional Research, Analysis and Reports, 1 Avenue of the Arts, Newport News, Virginia, 23606. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting Tamra McGrath at the same address, telephone (757) 594-7609, or email irar@cnu.edu. Copies are also available free of charge from the Regulatory Town Hall website at http://townhall.virginia.gov. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may also be directed to Tamra McGrath at the same address and contact points.

Guidance Documents:

Catalog_01, Undergraduate Catalog 2015-2016, 12/21/2015

Catalog_02, Graduate Catalog 2015-2016, 12/21/2015

Handbook_01, University Handbook 2015-2016, 12/21/2015

Handbook_02, Student Handbook 2015-2016, 12/21/2015

Handbook_03, Residence Life Handbook 2015-2016, 12/21/2015

STATE BOARD FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGES

Copies of the following document may be viewed during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the office of the Virginia Community College System, Arboretum III, 300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23236. Copies may be obtained by contacting Donna Swiney at the same address, telephone (804) 819-4910, or email dswiney@vccs.edu. The document may be downloaded from the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) homepage at http://www.vccs.edu.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of this document may be directed to Dr. Glenn DuBois, Chancellor, Virginia Community College System, Arboretum Place, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23236, telephone (804) 819-4903, FAX (804) 819-4760, or email gdubois@vccs.edu.

Guidance Document:

Virginia Community College System Policy Manual (approximately 319 pages) can be accessed online at http://www.boarddocs.com/va/vccs/board.nsf/public, revised November 15, 2014, §§ 23-214 through 23-231.1. A printed copy can be provided for $25.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Guidance Documents:

Copies of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) guidance documents are available on the VCCS's website at http://www.elevatevirginia.org/practitioners-corner/resources/ or by contacting Yolanda Crewe, WIOA Programs Director, 300 Arboretum Place, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23236, telephone (804) 819-3330, FAX (804) 819-1699, or email ycrewe@vccs.edu. Unless otherwise indicated, there is a $1.00 per document copying charge. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of WIOA guidance documents may be directed to Yolanda Crewe. All WIOA guidance documents provide interpretive guidance for P.L. 105-220 and 20 CFR Part 652.

Virginia Board of Workforce Development Policy Statements

The policy direction for local workforce development boards is issued by the Virginia Board of Workforce Development (VBWD). The VBWD assists and advises the Governor, the General Assembly and the Chief Workforce Development Advisor in meeting workforce development needs in Virginia.

Virginia Board of Workforce Development Policies

Virginia Workforce Letters

The Virginia Workforce Letters are an administrative policy document for local workforce development boards issued by the Virginia Community College System, the administrator of WIOA Title I for the Commonwealth of Virginia.  The VCCS issues Virginia Workforce Letters to provide administrative guidance deemed necessary to implement the WIOA in Virginia.

Virginia Workforce Letters

Virginia WIOA Eligibility Guidelines

The following are guidelines for determining WIOA eligibility for adults, dislocated workers, and youth:

VWL 15-02

Attachment A: WIOA Adult Eligibility

Attachment B: WIOA Dislocated Worker

Attachment C: WIOA Youth Eligibility

Attachment D: Verification and Documentation for WIOA Eligibility

Attachment E: Selective Service Requirements

Attachment F: Family Size/Family Income

Attachment G: Self-Certification and Telephone/Document Inspection Verification Requirements

Attachment H: WIOA Definitions for Title I Eligibility

Attachment I: WIOA Eligibility Checklist for Adults and Dislocated Workers

Attachment J: WIOA Eligibility Checklist for In-School Youth

Attachment K: WIOA Eligibility Checklist for Out of School Youth

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND RECREATION

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the Policy Office of the Department of Conservation and Recreation, 600 East Main Street, 24th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219. The Policy Office serves as the central repository for the Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Board of Conservation and Recreation, the Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board, the Virginia Cave Board, and the Virginia Land Conservation Foundation. Individual copies of listed publications may be obtained free of charge, unless a price is listed, by contacting the Regulatory Coordinator at the above address, telephone (804) 786-6124, or FAX (804) 786-6141. Most manuals and reports listed without a price attached were produced in very limited quantities and are available for copying charges. For documents with a cost associated, please refer to the document listings. In some cases, individual copies of certain documents may also be viewed at the department's regional offices or at Virginia State Parks.

Questions regarding availability, interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Lisa McGee, Policy and Planning Director, Department of Conservation and Recreation, 600 East Main Street, 24th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 786-4378, or FAX (804) 786-6141. Other staff may be assigned to answer specific questions regarding these documents.

Board of Conservation and Recreation

Guidance Documents:

DCR-BCR-002, Scenic River Designation Factsheet, 12/14/2014

DCR-BCR-003, A Guide to Citizen Involvement in the Scenic River Designation Process, 12/15/2015

DCR-BCR-006, Virginia's Scenic Rivers Program, 1/24/2013

DCR-BCR-007, Virginia Scenic Rivers List, 5/1/2015

DCR-BCR-008, Virginia Scenic Rivers Status, 12/17/2014

Department of Conservation and Recreation

DCR-DS-006, The Floodplain Management Plan for the Commonwealth of Virginia, 12/1/2005

DCR-DS-009, Virginia Citizen's Guide to Floodplain Management, 12/1/2005

DCR-DS-010, Virginia Local Official's Guide to Floodplain Management, 12/1/2005

DCR-NH-064, Natural Heritage Resources of Virginia - Rare Animal Species, 3/1/2013

DCR-NH-065, The Natural Communities of Virginia: Ecological Groups and Community Types, 7/1/2013

DCR-NH-066, Natural Heritage Resource Fact Sheet - Conserving Endangered Species, 7/1/1997

DCR-NH-074, Virginia's Precious Heritage: A Report on the Status of Virginia's Natural Communities, Plants, and Animals, 12/1/2003

DCR-NH-075, Natural Heritage Resources of Virginia - Rare Plants, 4/1/2015

DCR-PRR-001, 2013 Virginia Outdoors Plan, 1/12/2014

DCR-PRR-002, Virginia Recreational Trails Program, 10/1/2013

DCR-PRR-003, Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Application Manual 2013, 11/1/2012

DCR-PRR-010, Bear Creek State Park Master Plan, 2/25/2015

DCR-PRR-011, Belle Isle State Park Master Plan, 3/22/2011

DCR-PRR-012, Caledon State Park Master Plan, 4/1/2012

DCR-PRR-013, Chippokes State Park Master Plan, 4/1/2012

DCR-PRR-014, Claytor Lake State Park Master Plan, 11/23/2015

DCR-PRR-015, Douthat State Park Master Plan, 10/15/2014

DCR-PRR-016, False Cape State Park Master Plan, 6/16/2010

DCR-PRR-017, First Landing State Park Master Plan, 6/16/2010

DCR-PRR-018, Hungry Mother State Park Master Plan, 8/5/2015

DCR-PRR-019, James River State Park Master Plan, 10/15/2014

DCR-PRR-020, Kiptopeke State Park Master Plan, 8/5/2015

DCR-PRR-021, Lake Anna State Park Master Plan, 9/2/2011

DCR-PRR-022, Mason Neck State Park Master Plan, 6/16/2010

DCR-PRR-023, New River State Park Master Plan, 3/23/2012

DCR-PRR-024, Natural Tunnel State Park Master Plan, 2/25/2015

DCR-PRR-025, Occoneechee State Park Master Plan, 11/23/2015

DCR-PRR-026, Pocahontas State Park Master Plan, 10/21/2013

DCR-PRR-027, Raymond R. Guest, Jr. Shenandoah River State Park, 9/26/2012

DCR-PRR-028, Sailor's Creek State Park Master Plan, 10/15/2014

DCR-PRR-029, Sky Meadows State Park Master Plan, 9/2/2011

DCR-PRR-030, Smith Mountain Lake State Park Master Plan, 3/22/2011

DCR-PRR-031, Staunton River Battlefield State Park Master Plan, 11/23/2015

DCR-PRR-032, Wilderness Road State Park Master Plan, 7/7/2014

DCR-PRR-033, Grayson Highlands State Park Master Plan, 9/2/2011

DCR-PRR-034, Leesylvania State Park Master Plan, 6/16/2010

DCR-PRR-035, Holliday Lake State Park Master Plan, 7/7/2014

DCR-PRR-036, Twin Lakes State Park Master Plan, 7/7/2014

DCR-PRR-037, York River State Park Master Plan, 11/23/2015

DCR-PRR-038, Westmoreland State Park Master Plan, 1/5/2012

DCR-PRR-039, Fairy Stone State Park Master Plan, 3/22/2011

DCR-PRR-040, Powhatan State Park Master Plan, 8/6/2012

DCR-PRR-041, High Bridge State Park Master Plan, 9/27/2012

DCR-PRR-042, Seven Bends State Park Master Plan, 8/6/2014

DCR-PRR-043, Widewater State Park Master Plan, 8/15/2014

DCR-PRR-044, Southwest Virginia Museum Master Plan, 9/2/2011

DCR-PRR-045, Middle Peninsula State Park Master Plan, 10/15/2010

DCR-PRR-046, Staunton River State Park Master Plan, 2/11/2008

DCR-PRR-047, Biscuit Run State Park Master Plan, 10/21/2013

DCR-SP-001, Booklet about Virginia State Parks, 1/1/2015

DCR-SW-017, Grant Project Management Manual, 4/15/2011

DCR-VLCF-002, Virginia Land Conservation Foundation's 2015 Grant Program Manual, 6/16/2015

DCR-VLCF-003, Land Preservation Tax Credits - Conservation Value Review Criteria, 3/27/2009

DCR-VLCF-004, Procedural Guidelines for Land Conservation Tax Credits Conservation Value Review, 12/12/2006

DCR-VLCF-005, Virginia's Land Preservation Tax Credit Brochure, 12/27/2012

DCR-VLCF-006, Land Preservation Tax Credit Questions and Answers, 9/1/2012

DCR-VLCF-007, Virginia Land Conservation Foundation Guidance Document on Conservation Easement Dispute Resolution, 10/27/2015

Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board

DCR-VSWCB-018, Virginia Dam Safety, Flood Prevention and Protection Assistance Fund Loan and Grant Manual, 3/11/2014

DCR-VSWCB-019, Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board Guidance Document on Impounding Structure Ownership, 9/26/2008

DCR-VSWCB-021, Guidance Document on Credits and Refunds of Dam Safety Certificate Application Fees, 11/30/2010

DCR-VSWCB-022, Guidance Document on Agricultural Exemption Requirements, 11/30/2010

DCR-VSWCB-023, Guidance Document on Roadways on or below Impounding Structures, 11/30/2010

DCR-VSWCB-025, Guidance Document on Supplemental Environmental Projects, 10/27/2011

DCR-VSWCB-031, Policy on Soil and Water Conservation District Administration and Operations Funding Allocations for Fiscal Year 2016, 5/20/2015

DCR-VSWCB-032, Policy and Procedures on Soil and Water Conservation District Cost-Share and Technical Assistance Funding Allocations (Fiscal Year 2016), 5/20/2015

DCR-VSWCB-033, Financial Commitments for Establishment of a New Soil and Water Conservation District, or Realignment of an Existing District, 10/15/2003

DCR-VSWCB-034, Virginia Dam Owner's Handbook, Second Edition, 3/31/2013

DCR-VSWCB-036, Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board Guidance Document on Freedom of Information Act Requirements for Resource Management Plans Program Implementation by Soil and Water Conservation District Boards and Technical Review Committees, 5/20/2015

STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION

Office of the Clerk of the Commission

Copies of the following business entity and Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) forms and documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the State Corporation Commission, Clerk's Office, 1st Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting the Clerk's Office by telephone (804) 371-9733, toll-free in Virginia (866) 722-2551, or FAX (804) 371-9521. Most of the forms can be downloaded from the Clerk's Office section on the State Corporation Commission's website at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/clk.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these forms and documents may be directed to Joel H. Peck, Clerk of the Commission, State Corporation Commission, 1st Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-9834, toll-free in Virginia (866) 722-2551, or FAX (804) 371-9912. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197.

Guidance Documents:

For business entity forms, use the following link: http://www.scc.virginia.gov/clk/formfee.aspx

For UCC forms, use the following link: http://www.scc.virginia.gov/clk/uccfile.aspx

SCC 21.2, Expedited Service Request Form - Business Entity Filing, July 2014, § 12.1-21.2

SCC 21.2, Expedited Service Request Form - Business Entity Filing Instructions, July 1, 2015, § 12.1-21.2

SCC 544, Articles of Incorporation of a Virginia Professional Stock Corporation, revised July 2005, § 13.1-544

SCC 607/807, Guide for Articles of Correction for a Virginia Corporation, revised July 2008, §§ 13.1-607 and 13.1-807

SCC 615/815, Corporate Annual Registration Fee Notice, revised annually, §§ 13.1-615 and 13.1-815

SCC 619, Articles of Incorporation of a Virginia Stock Corporation, revised September 2015, § 13.1-619

SCC 631/830, Application for Reservation or for Renewal of Reservation of a Business Entity Name, revised July 2015, §§ 13.1-631, 13.1-830, 13.1-1013, 13.1-1215 and 50-73.3

SCC 632/831, Application for Registration or for Renewal of Registration of Corporate Name (Foreign Corporations), revised July 2005, §§ 13.1-632 and 13.1-831

SCC 635/834, Statement of Change of Registered Office and/or Registered Agent of a Corporation, revised July 2010, §§ 13.1-635, 13.1-764, 13.1-834 and 13.1-926

SCC 636/835, Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent of a Corporation, revised July 2010, §§ 13.1-636, 13.1-765, 13.1-835 and 13.1-927

SCC 710, Guide for Articles of Amendment - Virginia Stock Corporation, revised April 2008, § 13.1-710

SCC 710N, Articles of Amendment - Changing the Name of a Virginia Stock Corporation by Unanimous Consent of the Shareholders, revised July 2007, § 13.1-710

SCC 711, Guide for Articles of Restatement of a Virginia Stock Corporation, revised April 2008, § 13.1-711

SCC 720, Guide for Articles of Merger of a Virginia Stock Corporation, revised September 2015, § 13.1-720

SCC 722.4, Guide for Articles of Domestication (Foreign Stock Corporation Intending to Become a Virginia Stock Corporation), revised April 2008, § 13.1-722.4

SCC 722.5, Guide for Articles of Incorporation Surrender (Virginia Stock Corporation to be Domesticated under the Laws of Another Jurisdiction), revised September 2015, § 13.1-722.5

SCC 722.12, CORP, Guide for Articles of Entity Conversion (Virginia Limited Liability Company Converting to a Virginia Stock Corporation), revised April 2008, § 13.1-722.12

SCC 722.12, LLC, Guide for Articles of Entity Conversion (Virginia Stock Corporation Converting to a Virginia Limited Liability Company), revised September 2015, § 13.1-722.12

SCC 743, Articles of Dissolution (Virginia Stock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-743

SCC 744, Articles of Revocation of Dissolution (Virginia Stock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-744

SCC 750, Articles of Termination of Corporate Existence (Virginia Stock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-750

SCC 751, Articles of Termination of Corporate Existence (By the Initial Directors or the Incorporators of a Virginia Stock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-751

SCC 754P, Reinstatement Requirements Packet, §§ 13.1-754, 13.1-769.1, 13.1-916 and 13.1-931.1

SCC 759/921, Application for a Certificate of Authority to Transact Business in Virginia, revised July 2015, §§ 13.1-759 and 13.1-921

SCC 760/922, Application for an Amended Certificate of Authority to Transact Business in Virginia, revised July 2015, §§ 13.1-760 and 13.1-922

SCC 767/929, Application for a Certificate of Withdrawal of a Foreign Corporation Authorized to Transact Business in Virginia, revised July 2015, §§ 13.1-767 and 13.1-929

SCC 819, Articles of Incorporation of a Virginia Nonstock Corporation, revised June 2014, § 13.1-819

SCC 888, Guide for Articles of Amendment - Nonstock Corporation, revised September 2011, § 13.1-888

SCC 888N, Articles of Amendment - Changing the Name of a Virginia Nonstock Corporation by Unanimous Consent of the Members or by the Directors without Member Action, revised July 2007, § 13.1-888

SCC 889, Guide for Articles of Restatement of a Virginia Nonstock Corporation, revised April 2008, § 13.1-889

SCC 896, Guide for Articles of Merger of a Virginia Nonstock Corporation, revised July 2009, § 13.1-896

SCC 898.4, Guide for Articles of Domestication (Foreign Nonstock Corporation Intending to Become a Virginia Nonstock Corporation), revised April 2008, § 13.1-898.4

SCC 898.5, Guide for Articles of Incorporation Surrender (Virginia Nonstock Corporation to be Domesticated under the Laws of Another Jurisdiction), revised July 2015, § 13.1-898.5

SCC 904, Articles of Dissolution (Virginia Nonstock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-904

SCC 905, Articles of Revocation of Dissolution (Virginia Nonstock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-905

SCC 912, Articles of Termination of Corporate Existence (Virginia Nonstock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-912

SCC 913, Articles of Termination of Corporate Existence (By the Initial Directors or the Incorporators of a Virginia Nonstock Corporation), revised July 2007, § 13.1-913

Corporate Annual Report of Principal Office and Officers and Directors, revised annually, §§ 13.1-775 and 13.1-936

LPA-73.5, Statement of Change of Registered Office and/or Registered Agent of a Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.5

LPA-73.6, Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent of a Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.6

LPA-73.11, Certificate of Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.11

LPA-73.11:3, Certificate of Limited Partnership of a Domestic or Foreign Partnership Converting to a Virginia Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.11:3

LPA-73.12, Certificate of Amendment of a Certificate of Limited Partnership, revised July 2013, § 50-73.12

LPA-73.52:4, Certificate of Cancellation of a Virginia Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.52:4

LPA-73.52:7P, Reinstatement Requirements Packet, §§ 50-73.52:7 and 50-73.58:3

LPA-73.54, Application for a Certificate of Registration to Transact Business in Virginia as a Foreign Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.54

LPA-73.57, Amended Application for Registration as a Foreign Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.57

LPA-73.58, Application for a Certificate of Cancellation of a Foreign Limited Partnership Registered to Transact Business in Virginia, revised July 2013, § 50-73.58

LPA-73.67, Limited Partnership - Annual Registration Fee Assessment Notice, revised annually, § 50-73.67

LPA-73.77, Amended and Restated Certificate of Limited Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.77

LLC-1010.1, Articles of Organization for Conversion of a Domestic or Foreign Partnership or Limited Partnership to a Limited Liability Company, revised July 2013, § 13.1-1010.1

LLC-1011, Articles of Organization of a Virginia Limited Liability Company, revised October 2011, § 13.1-1011

LLC-1011.1, Guide for Articles of Correction to the Articles of Organization of a Virginia Limited Liability Company, revised February 2013, § 13.1-1011.1

LLC-1014, Guide for Articles of Amendment - Virginia Limited Liability Company, revised April 2010, § 13.1-1014

LLC-1014N, Articles of Amendment - Changing the Name of a Virginia Limited Liability Company - By the Members, February 2015, § 13.1-1014

LLC-1014.1, Guide for Articles of Restatement of the Articles of Organization of a Virginia Limited Liability Company, revised April 2010, § 13.1-1014.1

LLC-1016, Statement of Change of Registered Office and/or Registered Agent of a Limited Liability Company, revised July 2010, § 13.1-1016

LLC-1017, Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent of a Limited Liability Company, revised July 2010, § 13.1-1017

LLC-1018.1, Statement of Change of the Principal Office Address of a Limited Liability Company, April 2010, § 13.1-1018.1

LLC-1050, Articles of Cancellation of a Virginia Limited Liability Company, revised July 2015, § 13.1-1050

LLC-1050.4P, Reinstatement Requirements Packet, §§ 13.1-1050.4 and 13.1-1056.3

LLC-1052, Application for a Certificate of Registration to Transact Business in Virginia as a Foreign Limited Liability Company, revised June 2015, § 13.1-1052

LLC-1055, Amended Application for Registration as a Foreign Limited Liability Company, revised July 2013, § 13.1-1055

LLC-1056, Application for a Certificate of Cancellation of a Foreign Limited Liability Company Registered to Transact Business in Virginia, revised July 2015, § 13.1-1056

LLC-1062, Limited Liability Company Annual Registration Fee Assessment Notice, revised annually, § 13.1-1062

LLC-1077, Guide for Articles of Domestication (Foreign Limited Liability Company Intending to Become a Virginia Limited Liability Company), revised April 2008, § 13.1-1077

LLC-1078, Guide for Articles of Organization Surrender (Virginia Limited Liability Company to be Domesticated under the Laws of Another Jurisdiction), revised April 2008, § 13.1-1078

LLC-1103, Articles of Organization for a Domestic Professional Limited Liability Company, revised July 2006, § 13.1-1103

UPA-93, Statement of Partnership Authority, revised April 2015, § 50-73.93

UPA-94, Statement of Denial for a Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.94

UPA-115, Statement of Dissociation from a Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.115

UPA-121, Statement of Dissolution of a Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.121

UPA-83D-CANC, Cancellation of Partnership Statement, revised July 2010, § 50-73.83 D

UPA-83D-AMEND, Amendment to Partnership Statement, revised July 2010, § 50-73.83 D

UPA-83D-RENEW, Renewal of a Statement of Partnership Authority, revised July 2010, § 50-73.83 D

UPA-132, Statement of Registration as a Virginia Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.132

UPA-134, Annual Continuation Report of a Virginia or Foreign Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised annually, § 50-73.134

UPA-134P, Restoration Requirements Packet, § 50-73.134

UPA-135, Certificate of Change of Registered Office and/or Registered Agent of a Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.135

UPA-135-RESIGN, Certificate of Resignation of Registered Agent of a Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.135

UPA-136, Statement of Amendment of a Statement of Registration of a Virginia or Foreign Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.136

UPA-137, Statement of Cancellation of a Statement of Registration of a Virginia Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.137

UPA-138, Statement of Registration as a Foreign Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.138

UPA-139, Statement of Cancellation of Registration as a Foreign Registered Limited Liability Partnership, revised July 2010, § 50-73.139

BTA 1212, Articles of Trust of a Domestic Business Trust, revised July 2005, § 13.1-1212

BTA 1213, Guide for Articles of Correction to the Articles of Trust of a Domestic Business Trust, revised April 2008, § 13.1-1213

BTA 1216, Guide for Articles of Amendment to the Articles of Trust of a Domestic Business Trust, revised April 2008, § 13.1-1216

BTA 1217, Guide for Articles of Restatement of the Articles of Trust of a Domestic Business Trust, revised April 2008, § 13.1-1217

BTA 1221, Statement of Change of Registered Office and/or Registered Agent of a Business Trust, revised July 2010, § 13.1-1221

BTA 1222, Statement of Resignation of Registered Agent of a Business Trust, revised July 2010, § 13.1-1222

BTA 1238, Articles of Cancellation of a Virginia Business Trust, revised April 2009, § 13.1-1238

BTA 1239P, Reinstatement Requirements Packet, §§ 13.1-1239 and 13.1-1246.3

BTA 1242, Application for a Certificate of Registration to Transact Business in Virginia as a Foreign Business Trust, revised April 2009, § 13.1-1242

BTA 1245, Amended Application for Registration as a Foreign Business Trust, revised April 2009, § 13.1-1245

BTA 1246, Application for a Certificate of Cancellation of a Foreign Business Trust Registered to Transact Business in Virginia, revised July 2013, § 13.1-1246

BTA 1251, Business Trust Annual Registration Fee Assessment Notice, revised annually, § 13.1-1251

SOP-19.1, Service of Process, Notice, Order or Demand on the Clerk of the State Corporation Commission as Statutory Agent, revised October 2014, § 12.1-19.1

SOP-19.1, Service of Process, Notice, Order or Demand on the Clerk of the State Corporation Commission as Statutory Agent Instructions, revised December 3, 2014, § 12.1-19.1

UCC1, UCC Financing Statement, revised April 20, 2011, § 8.9A-509

UCC1Ad, UCC Financing Statement Addendum, revised April 20, 2011, § 8.9A-509

UCC1AP, UCC Financing Statement Additional Party, revised August 22, 2011, § 8.9A-509

UCC3, UCC Financing Statement Amendment, revised April 20, 2011, § 8.9A-512

UCC3Ad, UCC Financing Statement Amendment Addendum, revised April 20, 2011, § 8.9A-512

UCC3AP, UCC Financing Statement Amendment Additional Party, revised August 22, 2011, § 8.9A-512

UCC5, Information Statement, revised July 19, 2012, § 8.9A-518

UCC11, National Information Request, revised July 19, 2012, 5VAC5-30-40

Annual Corporation Requirements, revised March 2008, §§ 13.1-775, 13.1-775.1, 13.1-936 and 13.1-936.1

Charter Fee/Entrance Fee Scheduled for Domestic and Foreign Corporations, revised March 2008, §§ 13.1-615.1, 13.1-616, 13.1-815.1 and 13.1-816

Notice to Virginia Corporations, revised June 2014, § 13.1-601 et seq. and § 13.1-801 et seq.

Notice to Foreign Corporations, revised June 2014, § 13.1-757 et seq. and § 13.1-919 et seq.

Notice to Virginia Limited Liability Companies, revised March 2013, § 13.1-1000 et seq.

Notice to Foreign Limited Liability Companies, revised March 2013, § 13.1-1051 et seq.

EINFRM, Request for Refund, revised December 2013, §§ 13.1-615, 13.1-815, 13.1-1065, 13.1-1255, 50-73.70 and 50-73.83

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding:

Annual Registration Fees, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/an_regfees.aspx

Annual Reports, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/an_repts.aspx

Business Entity Names, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/name.aspx

Fictitious Names, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/fict.aspx

Foreign Business Entities, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/forinva.aspx

Registered Agents, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/ra.aspx

SCC eFile, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/sccefile.aspx

Virginia Nonstock Corporations, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/befaq/vanon.aspx

Uniform Commercial Code, http://scc.virginia.gov/clk/uccfaq.aspx

Division of Communications

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the office of the State Corporation Commission, Division of Communications, 9th Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218. Copies may be obtained by contacting Sheryl Ward at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9536, FAX (804) 371-9069, or email sheryl.ward@scc.virginia.gov. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may also be directed to Sheryl Ward. There is no charge for copies of documents. Additional information regarding the Division of Communications may be obtained at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/puc.

Guidance Documents:

Virginia Local Telephone Companies Telecommunications "Bill of Rights" adopted by Final Order in Case No. PUC-2003-00110 dated September 30, 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/puc/bor.aspx

Letter, Director of Communications, dated November 1, 2006, Concerning and Clarifying the State Corporation Commission's new rules, effective December 1, 2006, on Disconnection of Local Exchange Telephone Service in Virginia for Nonpayment, 20VAC5-413. Contact the Division of Communications at (804) 371-9420.  Note:  Pursuant to legislation passed in 2011, these rules no longer apply for services found to be competitive (see § 56-247.1.B. of the Code of Virginia).

Letter, Director of Communications, dated April 19, 2001, Concerning Interconnection Agreements Filed with the SCC. Gives direction on (i) names on agreements, (ii) timely filing of agreements, (iii) notice requirements, and (iv) replacing existing agreements. Contact the Division of Communications at (804) 371-9420.

Letter, Director of Communications, dated December 16, 2015, Concerning Annual Payphone Service Provider Registration for 2016 including the letter and the forms for the payphone service provider annual registration, 20VAC5-407. Contact the Division of Communications at (804) 371-9420.

Letter, Director of Communications, dated December 16, 2015, Concerning Annual Operator Service Provider Registration for 2016 including the letter and the forms for the operator service provider annual registration, 20VAC5-407. Contact the Division of Communications at (804) 371-9420.

Application for Registration as an Operator Service Provider, December 2013, 20VAC5-407, http://scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/149/osp.pdf

Application for Registration as a Payphone Service Provider, December 2013, 20VAC5-407, http://scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/147/psp.pdf

Letter, Director of Communications, dated March 29, 2006, Concerning Telephone Company Sales and Use Tax Review and Verification. Contact the Division of Communications at (804) 371-9420.

Instructions and Form for Competitive Local Exchange Carrier Performance/Surety Bond, http://scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/510/bond_blank.doc

Instructions and Forms for June 30th Reporting Requirements for New Entrants and Certain Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers, 20VAC5-417-60, http://scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/511/630_rep.pdf

Instructions and Forms for December 31st Reporting Requirements for New Entrants and Certain Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers, 20VAC5-417-60, http://scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/512/1231_rep.pdf

Division of Energy Regulation

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the office of the State Corporation Commission, Division of Energy Regulation, 4th Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218. Contact Kelli Gravely at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9611, FAX (804) 371-9350, or email kelli.gravely@scc.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to David Roberts, Manager, Consumer Services, at the above address and telephone number.

Guidance Documents:

Memorandum to All Electric Utilities regarding underground electric distribution facilities, July 10, 1970, § 56-265.1 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/und_dist.pdf

Tree Trimming Guidelines, September 1, 1996, House Joint Resolution No. 155 - 1989 Acts of Assembly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/tree.pdf

Guidelines regarding application requirements for a certificate of public convenience and necessity for water and sewerage utilities, November 1, 2006, § 56-265.1 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/ws.pdf

Guidelines of Minimum Requirements for Transmission Line Applications, May 10, 1991, §§ 56-46.1 and 56-265.1 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/trans.pdf

Letter to All Electric and Gas Utilities regarding collection of monthly bills (cold weather - termination of service) and filing of complaint procedures, November annually, § 56-247.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/cold.pdf

Form NMIN, Agricultural Net Metering or Net Metering Interconnection Notification, December 28, 2015, 20VAC5-315, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/153/notification.pdf

Electric Utility Integrated Resource Planning Guidelines, revised December 23, 2008, §§ 56-597, 56-598 and 56-599, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/irp.pdf

Gas Utility Five-Year Forecast Information Requirements, revised August 2014, § 56-248.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/docs/forecast.pdf

Guidelines Regarding Notice Information for a Third Party Renewable Power Purchase Agreement, December 2013, Chapter 382 of the 2013 Acts of Assembly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pue/pilot.aspx

Bureau of Financial Institutions

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the office of the State Corporation Commission, Bureau of Financial Institutions, Tyler Building, 8th Floor, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 640, Richmond, VA 23218-0640. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting the bureau at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9657, FAX (804) 371-9416, or email bfiquestions@scc.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to E. J. Face, Jr., Commissioner of Financial Institutions, Bureau of Financial Institutions, Tyler Building, 8th Floor, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-9659, FAX (804) 371-9416, or email bfiquestions@scc.virginia.gov. The mailing address is P.O. Box 640, Richmond, VA 23218-0640. Guidance documents and other information are available online at the bureau's website at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/bfi/.

Guidance Documents:

The following documents are available at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/bfi/files/admin_lets.pdf:

Banking Act

BFI-AL-0201, Application for a Branch Office, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-831 and 6.2-1133 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0202, Investments by Banks in Shares of Investment Companies, issued August 10, 1987, § 6.2-874 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0203, Loans Secured by Stock of Financial Institutions Holding Companies, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-874, 6.2-1186 and 6.2-1187 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0204, Investment in Community Development Corporations, revised and reissued August 19, 2015, § 6.2-874 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0205, Securities Rating Services, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-875 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0206, Loans in Violation of § 6.2-875, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-875 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0207, Obligations Subject to the Limits Specified, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-875 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0208, Exceptions to Lending Limits for State-Chartered Banks, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-875 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0209, Right of Offset by Holders of Subordinated Bank Debt, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-875 and 6.2-890 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0210, Loans Secured by Real Estate, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-878 and 6.2-879 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0212, Outside Auditor Access to Virginia Examination Reports, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-904 and 6.2-1195 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0214, Responsibility of Directors for Legal Lending Limit Violations, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-875 H of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0215, Bank-Owned Life Insurance, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-808, 6.2-814 A, 13.1-627 A 14, 13.1-627 A 15, and 38.2-302 A 3 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0216, Payment of Dividends, issued March 27, 2012, §§ 6.2-869 and 6.2-708 of the Code of Virginia

Savings Institutions Act

BFI-AL-0201, Application for a Branch Office, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-831 and 6.2-1133 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0203, Loans Secured by Stock of Financial Institutions Holding Companies, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-874, 6.2-1186 and 6.2-0187 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0212, Outside Auditor Access to Virginia Examination Reports, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-904 and 6.2-1195 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0301, Investment in Capital Stock of USL Savings Institutions Insurance Group, Ltd., revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-1110 and 6.2-1186 A 22 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0303, Investment by Virginia Savings Institutions in Shares of Open-End Management Investment Companies, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1186 A 21 of the Code of Virginia

Credit Union Act

BFI-AL-0401, Investments of Funds by Credit Unions, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1376 of the Code of Virginia

Consumer Finance Act

BFI-AL-0601, Sales of Automobile Club Memberships, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1518 of the Code of Virginia

Interest and Usury

BFI-AL-0701, Judgment Rate of Interest, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-302 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0702, Charges on Subordinate Mortgage Loans by Certain Lenders, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-327 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-0703, Rebate of Unearned Installment Loan Interest by Banks - Rule of 78, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-401, 6.2-403, 6.2-423 and 6.2-1409 of the Code of Virginia

Mortgage Lenders and Brokers

BFI-AL-1601, Mortgage Brokers as Named Payee on Mortgage Loan Notes, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1600 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1603, Compensating, or Offering to Compensate, Unlicensed Mortgage Brokers, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1600 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1604, Funds Available to Licensed Mortgage Lenders for Business Operation, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-1606 and 6.2-1619 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1605, Compensation of Unlicensed Mortgage Brokers, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1625 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1606, Charging "Assignment Fees" to Borrowers, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-326 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1607, Fees Charged by Mortgage Brokers, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1616 B 4 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1609, Minimum Mortgage Lender and Broker Surety Bond, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1604 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1610, Prepayment Penalties in Alternative Mortgage Transactions, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, §§ 6.2-422 and 6.2-423 of the Code of Virginia

BFI-AL-1611, Nontraditional Mortgage Products, revised and reissued June 1, 2011

Payday Lenders

BFI-AL-1802, Threatening Criminal Proceedings, revised and reissued June 1, 2011, § 6.2-1816 of the Code of Virginia

Forms and Instructions:

Banks

Bank Directors Responsibilities, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/47/bankresp.pdf 

CCB-1117, Bank Directors Responsibilities Certification, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/46/ccb1117.pdf

CCB-1121, Application of a New Bank or a New Savings and Loan Association for a Certificate of Authority to Begin Business in Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/45/ccb1121.pdf

CCB-1122, Oath of Office for Multiple Directors, revised January 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/65/ccb1122.pdf

CCB-1122A, Oath of Office for Single Director, revised January 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/65/ccb1122.pdf

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1125, Application of a Virginia Bank to Establish a Branch, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/53/ccb1125.pdf

CCB-1126, Application to Change the Location of a Main Office or Branch Pursuant to Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/54/ccb1126.pdf

CCB-1127, Application by a Bank to Engage in the Trust Business Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 8, Article 3 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/66/ccb1127.pdf

CCB-1128, Application for Approval of Merger Pursuant to Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/56/ccb1128.pdf

CCB-1129, Application of a Subsidiary Trust Company for a Certificate of Authority to Begin Business Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 10, Article 3 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/64/ccb1129.pdf

CCB-1131, Application of an Interim Institution to Begin Business in Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/102/ccb1131.pdf

CCB-1133, Notice to Establish an Electronic Funds Transfer Terminal, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/55/ccb1133.pdf

CCB-1137, Application for Permission to Acquire Voting Shares of a Virginia Financial Institution Pursuant to § 6.2-704 A of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/57/ccb1137.pdf

CCB-1137A, Consent to Service of Process, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/58/ccb1137a.pdf

CCB-1138, Notice of Intent to Acquire a Bank outside Virginia Pursuant to § 6.2-715 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/61/ccb1138.pdf

CCB-1139, Application to Acquire a Virginia Bank Holding Company or Virginia Bank Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 7 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/59/ccb1139.pdf

CCB-1140, Oath of Office of Organizing Directors of Financial Institutions, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/49/ccb1140.pdf

CCB-1143, Limited Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/60/ccb1143.pdf

CCB-1144, Application of a Bank Holding Company to Acquire a Federal Savings Institution Pursuant to § 6.2-1146 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/62/ccb1144.pdf

CCB-1146, Application to Convert Pursuant to Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/52/ccb1146.pdf

CCB-1147, Certification - Interagency Biographical and Financial Report, revised April 1998, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/50/ccb1147.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-9905, Application to Establish a Trust Office, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/67/ccb9905.pdf

Savings Institutions

Responsibilities of Savings Institutions' Directors, revised September 1991

CCB-1121, Application of a New Bank or a New Savings and Loan Association for a Certificate of Authority to Begin Business in Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/45/ccb1121.pdf

CCB-1122, Oath of Office for Multiple Directors, revised January 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/65/ccb1122.pdf

CCB-1122A, Oath of Office for Single Director, revised January 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/65/ccb1122.pdf

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1126, Application to Change the Location of a Main Office or Branch Pursuant to Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/54/ccb1126.pdf

CCB-1137A, Consent to Service of Process, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/58/ccb1137a.pdf

CCB-1140, Oath of Office of Organizing Directors of Financial Institutions, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/49/ccb1140.pdf

CCB-1143, Limited Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/60/ccb1143.pdf

CCB-1146, Application to Convert Pursuant to Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/52/ccb1146.pdf

CCB-1147, Certification - Interagency Biographical and Financial Report, revised April 1998, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/50/ccb1147.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-2201, Application of a Virginia Savings Institution to Establish a Branch, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/104/ccb2201.pdf

CCB-2206, Supplemental Sheet - Application of Savings Institutions for a Certificate of Authority to Begin Business, revised March 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/101/ccb2206.pdf

CCB-2207, Application of a Savings Institution Holding Company for Acquisition of Control Pursuant to § 6.2-1147 of the Code of Virginia and 10VAC5-30-10 et seq., revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/107/ccb2207.pdf

CCB-2209, Application by an Out-of-State Savings Institution to Transact a Savings Institution Business in Virginia Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 11, Article 5 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/108/ccb2209.pdf

CCB-2210, Application to Acquire a Virginia Savings Institution Holding Company or Virginia Savings Institution Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 11, Article 5 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/109/ccb2210.pdf

CCB-2211, Notice of Intent to Acquire a Savings Institution Outside Virginia Pursuant to § 6.2-1160 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/110/ccb2211.pdf

CCB-2212, Notice of Proposed Change of Location (Within One Mile) of a Main Office or Branch of a Savings Institution, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/105/ccb2212.pdf

CCB-2213, Notice of Intent to Establish a Nondepository Office by a Savings Institution Pursuant to § 6.2-1133 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/106/ccb2213.pdf

CCB-2215, Application for a Certificate of Authority to Begin Business as a Savings Bank Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 11, Article 2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/103/ccb2215.pdf

Credit Unions

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1137A, Consent to Service of Process, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/58/ccb1137a.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-3302, Application for Permission to Establish and Operate a Credit Union Pursuant to § 6.2-1321 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/80/ccb3302.pdf

CCB-3304, Consent to Service of Process (Insurer of Shares), revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/82/ccb3304.pdf

CCB-3305, Application by an Out-of-State Credit Union to Conduct Business as a Credit Union in Virginia Pursuant to § 6.2-1379 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/81/ccb3305.pdf

CCB-3306, Application for Approval of Merger of Credit Unions Pursuant to § 6.2-1344 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/83/ccb3306.pdf

CCB-3307, Application of a Credit Union to Establish a Service Facility Pursuant to § 6.2-1326 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/84/ccb3307.pdf

CCB-3308, Credit Union Request for Field of Membership Expansion, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/79/ccb3308.pdf

Consumer Finance Companies

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1143, Limited Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/60/ccb1143.pdf

CCB-1149, Depository Institution Authorization Form, revised December 2004, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/69/ccb1149.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-4401, Annual Report of a Consumer Finance Company, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/119/ccb4401.pdf

CCB-4402, Application for a Consumer Finance License Pursuant to Chapter 15 of Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised May 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/68/ccb4402.pdf

CCB-4403, Notice to Conduct Consumer Finance Business and Other Business at Same Location, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/70/ccb4403.pdf

CCB-4406, Notice of Intent to Change the Location of a Consumer Finance Office, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/71/ccb4406.pdf

CCB-4407, Application for an Additional Consumer Finance Office Pursuant to § 6.2-1507 B of the Consumer Finance Act, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/72/ccb4407.pdf

CCB-4408, Application for Permission to Acquire Control of a Consumer Finance Licensee Pursuant to § 6.2-1510 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/73/ccb4408.pdf

Money Order Sellers and Money Transmitters

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1143, Limited Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/60/ccb1143.pdf

CCB-1149, Depository Institution Authorization Form, revised December 2004, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/69/ccb1149.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-5500, Application for a License to Engage in the Money Transmission and/or Money Order Sales Business Pursuant to Chapter 19 of Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised June 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/85/ccb5500.pdf

CCB-5507, Annual Report of Money Transmitters, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/121/ccb5507.pdf

CB-5509, Surety Bond for Money Order Sales and Money Transmission, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/86/ccb5509.pdf

CCB-5511, Transaction Report of Money Order Sellers and Money Transmitters for the Semi-Annual Period, revised 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/122/ccb5511.pdf

CCB-5512, Transaction Report of Money Order Sellers and Money Transmitters for the Quarter, revised 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/123/ccb5512.pdf

CCB-5513, Deposit Agreement under Virginia Code Title 6.2, Chapter 19 (Money Order Sales), revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/87/ccb5513.pdf

CCB-5514, Application for Permission to Acquire Control of a Money Transmitter Licensee Pursuant to § 6.2-1914 of the Code of Virginia, revised June 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/88/ccb5514.pdf

Check Cashers

CCB-5510, Check Casher Registration Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/44/ccb5510.pdf

Payday Lenders

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1143, Limited Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/60/ccb1143.pdf

CCB-1149, Depository Institution Authorization Form, revised December 2004, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/69/ccb1149.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-5515, Application for a Payday Lender License Pursuant to Chapter 18 of Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/95/ccb5515.pdf

CCB-5516, Surety Bond Pursuant to § 6.2-1804 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/96/ccb5516.pdf

CCB-5517, Application for an Additional Office or Relocation of an Existing Office Pursuant to § 6.2-1807 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/97/ccb5517.pdf

CCB-5518, Application for Permission to Acquire Control of a Payday Lender Licensee Pursuant to § 6.2-1808 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/98/ccb5518.pdf

CCB-5519, Application to Conduct the Business of Making Payday Loans and Other Business at Same Location, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/99/ccb5519.pdf

CCB-5521, Annual Report of Payday Lenders, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/120/ccb5521.pdf

CCB-5529, Annual Report of Motor Vehicle Title Lenders, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/591/ccb5529.pdf

Industrial Loan Associations

CCB-6602, Annual Report of Industrial Loan Associations, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/124/ccb6602.pdf

Credit Counseling Agencies

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1148, Personal Information and Disclosure Statement for Directors of Credit Counseling Agencies, revised June 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/75/ccb1148.pdf

CCB-1149, Depository Institution Authorization Form, revised December 2004, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/69/ccb1149.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-7700, Application to Engage in the Business of a Credit Counseling Agency Pursuant to Chapter 20, Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/74/ccb7700.pdf

CCB-7702, Application for an Additional Office or the Relocation of an Existing Office Pursuant to § 6.2-2006 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/77/ccb7702.pdf

CCB-7703, Surety Bond Pursuant to § 6.2-2003 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/76/ccb7703.pdf

CCB-7704, Application for Permission to Acquire Control of a Credit Counseling Licensee Pursuant to § 6.2-2007 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/78/ccb7704.pdf

CCB-7705, Semiannual Report of Agencies Providing Debt Management Plans, revised July 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/126/ccb7705.pdf

CCB-7706, Annual Report of Agencies Providing Debt Management Plans, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/125/ccb7706.pdf

Mortgage Lenders and Mortgage Brokers

Effective January 3, 2011, mortgage lenders and mortgage brokers licensed pursuant to Chapter 16, Title 6.2 of the Code of Virginia began transitioning to the National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS). Also, applicants for mortgage lender and mortgage broker licenses and for additional offices are required to apply online through NMLS.

CCB-8805, Annual Report of Mortgage Lenders and Brokers, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/118/ccb8805.pdf

CCB-8820, Annual Report of Exempt Mortgage Lenders and Brokers, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/590/ccb8820.pdf

CCB-8821, Application for Determination of a Bona Fide Non-profit Status Pursuant to § 6.2-1701 of the Code of Virginia, revised November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/602/ccb8821.pdf

CCB-8823, Exclusive Agent Conditions of Licensure, July 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/619/ccb8823.pdf

Mortgage Loan Originators

CCB-8808, Application for Permission to Acquire Control of a Mortgage Lender or Broker Licensed Pursuant to § 6.2-1608 of the Code of Virginia, revised November 2012

CCB-8812, Criminal History Records Consent and Fingerprinting, revised October 2011

CCB-8813, Surety Bond Pursuant to §§ 6.1-413 and 6.1-431.4 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010

CCB-8814, Surety Bond Pursuant to § 6.1-431.4 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010

CCB-8815, Employment Verification Form, revised October 2010

CCB-8816, Virginia Mortgage Business Certification Form, revised October 2010

CCB-8817, Mortgage Loan Originator Personal Financial Report, revised November 2009

CCB-8820, Annual Report of Exempt Mortgage Lenders and Brokers for the Year Ending December 31, 2014, revised November 2014

CCB-8821, Application for Determination of a Bona Fide Nonprofit Status Pursuant to 6.2-1701.1 of the Code of Virginia, revised September 2013

CCB-8823, Exclusive Agent Conditions of Licensure, revised July 2014

MUA, Uniform Individual Mortgage License Registration and Consent Form, revised April 2012

Trust Companies

CCB-1122, Oath of Office for Multiple Directors, revised January 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/65/ccb1122.pdf

CCB-1122A, Oath of Office for Single Director, revised January 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/65/ccb1122.pdf

CCB-1123, Personal Financial Report and Disclosure Statement, revised September 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/48/ccb1123.pdf

CCB-1140, Oath of Office of Organizing Directors of Financial Institutions, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/49/ccb1140.pdf

CCB-1150, Employment and Business Affiliation Disclosure Form, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/51/ccb1150.pdf

CCB-9900, Application of a Trust Company for a Certificate of Authority to Begin Business Pursuant to Title 6.2, Chapter 10, Article 2 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/111/ccb9900.pdf

CCB-9901, Certificate of a Control Person of a Trust Company Pursuant to § 6.2-1024 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/112/ccb9901.pdf

CCB-9902, Bond for a Trust Company, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/113/ccb9902.pdf

CCB-9904, Dual Service Certificate - Affiliated Trust Companies, revised January 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/114/ccb9904.pdf

CCB-9905, Application to Establish a Trust Office, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/67/ccb9905.pdf

CCB-9906, Application for Permission to Acquire Voting Shares of a Trust Company Pursuant to § 6.2-1023 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/116/ccb9906.pdf

CCB-9907, Application of a Trust Company to Change the Location of a Main Office or Branch Pursuant to § 6.2-1028 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/115/ccb9907.pdf

CCB-9908, Notice of Intent to Engage in Business as a Private Trust Company, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/117/ccb9908.pdf

Settlement Agents

CCB-10001, Settlement Agent Registration Form for a Financial Institution or its Affiliate or Subsidiary Pursuant to Chapter 27.3 of Title 55 of the Code of Virginia, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/520/ccb10001.pdf

Publications:

"The Compliance Connection," a newsletter for consumer finance companies, mortgage lenders, mortgage brokers, and industrial loan associations, published quarterly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/bfi/cc_news.aspx

"The Virginia State Banker," a newsletter for state-chartered banks, published quarterly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/bfi/sb_news.aspx

"Regulatory Report" (formerly "Payday Pre$$"), regulatory news for Virginia payday lender and motor vehicle title lender licensees, published on an as-needed basis, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/bfi/rr_news.aspx

Virginia Mortgage Law and Regulation Overview, revised April 6, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/bfi/files/mortguide.pdf

Bureau of Insurance

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the office of the State Corporation Commission, Bureau of Insurance, Tyler Building, 6th Floor, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1157, Richmond, VA 23218. For general information call the Bureau of Insurance at telephone (804) 371-9741 or toll free in Virginia (800) 552-7945.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Van Tompkins, Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Insurance. Single copies of each document listed may be obtained free of charge by contacting Ms. Tompkins at P.O. Box 1157, Richmond, VA 23218, telephone (804) 371-9694, or FAX (804) 371-9873. Many of these documents are available online at the bureau's website at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi.

Administrative Letters:

Administrative Letter 1977-4, 1977 Insurance Legislation, issued April 15, 1977, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-5, Readable Insurance Policies - Automobile, Fire, and Homeowners Policies, issued May 9, 1977, §§ 38.2-2107 (formerly § 38.1-367.1) and 38.2-2224 (formerly § 38.1-387.1), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-6, 1977 Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued May 9, 1977, §§ 38.2-2201 (formerly § 38.1-380.1), 38.2-2202 (formerly § 38.1-380.2) and 46.2-465 (formerly § 46.1-497.1), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-7, Assignment of Driving Record Points, issued May 9, 1977, § 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-8, 1977 Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued May 12, 1977, §§ 38.2-2118 (formerly § 38.1-279.49:1), 38.2-2204 (formerly § 38.1-381), 38.1-389.3 (Repealed 1996) and 38.2-2807 (formerly § 38.1-781), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-9, 161 Private Passenger Car Class Plan, issued May 26, 1977, §§ 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33), 38.2-1910 (formerly § 38.1-279.38) and 38.2-2213 (formerly § 38.1-381.6), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-11, Automobile Rate Classification Statement, issued July 15, 1977, § 38.2-2214 (formerly § 38.1-381.7), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-14, Assignment of Driving Record Points, issued July 26, 1977, §§ 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33) and 38.2-1928 (formerly § 38.1-279.56), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1977-15, Amendment of § 38.1-348.7 of the Code of Virginia Relating to Coverages for Mental Emotional or Nervous Disorders, Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, issued October 11, 1977, § 38.2-3412 (formerly § 38.1-348.7), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/77-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-2, 1978 Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued May 31, 1978, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-5, (1) Amendment of §§ 38.1-348.7 and 38.1-348.8 of the Code of Virginia Relating to Coverages for Mental, Emotional or Nervous Disorders, Alcohol and Drug Dependence; (2) Enactment of § 38.1-348.9 of the Code of Virginia Relating to Optional Obstetrical Services Coverages in Group Insurance Plans and Policies; and (3) Enactment of § 38.1-348.10 of the Code of Virginia to Prohibit Exclusion or Reduction of Benefits under a Group Accident and Sickness Insurance Policy on a Group Prepaid Service Plan Issued Pursuant to Title 32.1 of the Code of Virginia on the Basis of Such Benefits Being Also Payable under an Individual Policy or Contract, issued June 15, 1978, §§ 38.2-3412 (formerly § 38.1-348.7), 38.2-3413 (formerly § 38.1-348.8), 38.2-3414 (formerly § 38.1-348.9) and 38.2-3415 (formerly § 38.1-348.10), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-7, Policy Form Filings (for Maintenance of Mutual Assessment Fire Insurance Company Policy Form Filings), issued June 8, 1978, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-8, The Use and Filing of Policy Forms (for Title Insurance Policies and Interim Binders), issued July 31, 1978, § 38.2-1003 (formerly § 38.1-76), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-10, Notice of Refusal to Renew, issued September 12, 1978, § 38.2-2212 (formerly § 38.1-381.5), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-12, ISO Copyright on Standard Forms, issued October 11, 1978, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1978-13, Street Address of Branch Offices, issued October 25, 1978, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/78-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-9, Charges for Motor Vehicle Accident and Conviction Reports, issued March 19, 1979, §§ 38.2-310 (formerly § 38.1-337) and 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-12, 1979 Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued April 13, 1979, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-14, 1979 Legislation Pertaining to Life Insurance and Accident and Sickness Insurance, issued May 10, 1979, §§ 38.2-508.3 (formerly § 38.1-52 (7) (c)), 38.2-3407 (formerly § 38.1-347.2), 38.2-3408 (formerly § 38.1-347.1), 38.2-3412 (formerly § 38.1-348-7) and 38.2-3541 (formerly § 38.1-348-11), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-15, 1979 Legislation Pertaining to Fire Insurance, Homeowners Insurance and Motor Vehicle Insurance, issued May 18, 1979, §§ 38.2-2105 (formerly § 38.1-366), 38.2-2206 (formerly § 38.1-381), 38.2-2214 (formerly § 38.1-381.7), 8.01-66, 8.01-66.1 and 46.2-372 (formerly § 46.1-400), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-17, Single Interest Coverage, issued June 4, 1979, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-17.pdf (also see Administrative Order 7245)

Administrative Letter 1979-20, Adoption of Actuarial Guidelines by the Bureau of Insurance (for All Foreign Life Insurance Companies Licensed in Virginia), issued August 14, 1979, §§ 38.2-3130 through 38.2-3142 (formerly § 38.1-456(6)), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-20.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-21, Adoption of Actuarial Guidelines for Domestic Life Insurance Companies by the Bureau of Insurance (for All Domestic Life Insurance Companies Licensed in Virginia), issued August 14, 1979, §§ 38.2-3130 through 38.2-3142 (formerly § 38.1-456(6)), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-21.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-22, The Arson Reporting Immunity Act, issued August 30, 1979, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-22.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-23, Readability of All Insurance (Property and Casualty) Policies in Virginia, issued September 27, 1979, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-23.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-24, Readability of All Insurance (Life and Health) Policies in Virginia, issued September 27, 1979, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-24.pdf

Administrative Letter 1979-25, Single Interest, issued October 2, 1979, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/79-25.pdf (also see Administrative Order 7245)

Administrative Letter 1980-1, Adoption of 14VAC5-320 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 15): "Rules Governing Reserve Standards for Accident and Sickness Insurance Policies," issued January 18, 1980, 14VAC5-320 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 15), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/80-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 1980-5, 1980 Legislation by the General Assembly of Virginia, issued May 9, 1980, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/80-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1980-6, Homeowners Insurance (Filing Rate Adjustments for Having Smoke Detectors), issued May 13, 1980, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/80-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1980-8, Insurance Regulation No. 13, issued June 16, 1980 (replaced Administrative Letter 1980-4), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/80-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1980-12, Assignment of Points - Safe Driver Insurance Plan, issued November 10, 1980, §§ 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33) and 38.2-2212 (formerly § 38.1-381.5), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/80-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1980-13, Deductibles and Coinsurance Options Required - Accident and Sickness Insurance and Prepaid Hospital, Medical, Surgical, Dental or Optometric Service Plans (Virginia Senate Bill 184-1980), issued November 17, 1980, § 38.2-3417 (formerly § 38.1-348.12), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/80-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-2, Deductible and Coinsurance Options, issued March 23, 1981, Repeals § 38.1-348.12 and Enacts § 38.2-3417 (formerly § 38.1-348.12:1), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-3, 1981 Legislation by the General Assembly of Virginia (Pertaining to All Insurance Companies, Fraternal Benefit Societies and Prepaid Health Care Plans Licensed in Virginia), issued May 1, 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-5, 1981 Legislation - Effective July 1, 1981 (House Bill 1024/Pertaining to the Regulation of Insurance Premium Finance Companies) issued June 5, 1981, §§ 38.2-4700 et seq. (formerly §§ 38.1-735 through 38.1-745), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-6, 1981 Legislation - Effective July 1, 1981 (Reimbursement to Members for Expense Incurred for Emergency Road Service or Towing Service), issued June 5, 1981, § 13.1-400.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-9, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Policies, issued August 19, 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-10, Risk Sharing Arrangements (replacement for Administrative Letter 1980-7), issued August 13, 1981, § 38.2-1314 (formerly § 38.1-173), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-12, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance on Variable Rate Mortgages (clarification of Administrative Letter 1981-9), issued September 11, 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-14, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance on Variable Rate Mortgages Allowing Negative Amortization, issued September 30, 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1981-17, 1981 Legislation by the General Assembly of Virginia, issued November 19, 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/81-17.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-2, Credit Life and Health Insurance, issued January 19, 1982, § 38.2-3729 (formerly § 38.1-482.8), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-3, 14VAC5-340 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 17) and the Commissioner's Order Entered May 19, 1981 in Case No. INS800067 - Minimum Standards for Coverage Content of Fire and Homeowner Insurance Policies, issued February 19, 1982, 14VAC5-340 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 17), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-5, 1982 Legislation by the General Assembly of Virginia, issued April 30, 1982, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-6, Changes in the Insurance Code of Virginia Regarding Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance, issued May 6, 1982, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-10, Motor Vehicle Service Contracts, issued May 20, 1982, §§ 38.2-124 and 38.2-125 (formerly § 38.1-21), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-13, Competitive Pricing Rating Law Chapter 226 (H213), 1982 Acts of Assembly Rate Standards - Motor Vehicle Insurance, issued May 28, 1982, § 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-16, Vehicle Service Contract Reimbursement Policies - Contractual Liability Insurance, issued December 21, 1982, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 1982-17, Compilation of Experience §§ 38.1-261 and 38.1-279.46, issued December 21, 1982, §§ 38.2-2012 (formerly § 38.1-261) and 38.2-1919 (formerly § 38.1-279.46), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/82-17.pdf

Administrative Letter 1983-1, 14VAC5-110 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 18), 14VAC5-140 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 19), (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 20, repealed), 14VAC5-120 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 21), and 14VAC5-130 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 22), issued March 31, 1983, 14VAC5-110 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 18), 14VAC5-140 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 19), 14VAC5-120 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 21) and 14VAC5-130 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 22), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/83-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 1983-2, Bracketed by Duration Credit Accident and Sickness Rates, issued March 31, 1983, § 38.2-3725 (formerly § 38.1-482.7:1 D), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/83-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1983-3, 1983 Legislation by the General Assembly of Virginia, issued April 8, 1983, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/83-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1983-6, Adoption of New Mortality Tables under 1982 Amendments to the Standard Nonforfeiture Law: §§ 38.1-456, 38.1-461, 38.1-462 and 38.1-464 through 38.1-467 of the Code of Virginia, as amended, issued July 28, 1983, §§ 38.2-3130 through 38.2-3142 (formerly § 38.1-456), 38.2-3200 et seq. (formerly §§ 38.1-461, 38.1-462, and 38.1-464 through 38.1-467), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/83-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1983-7, Property and Casualty Rule, Rate and Form Filings: Life, Accident and Sickness and All Other Filings Required by § 38.1-342.1 of the Code of Virginia, issued October 19, 1983, § 38.2-316 (formerly § 38.1-342.1), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/83-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1983-12, Manual Rules Which Waive Premium Refunds or Charges, issued December 7, 1983, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/83-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1984-1, 1984 Legislation by the General Assembly of Virginia, issued April 27, 1984, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/84-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 1984-3, Form Approval Requirements as Provided by § 38.1-342.1 of the Code of Virginia, issued June 18, 1984, § 38.2-316 (formerly § 38.1-342.1), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/84-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1984-4, Insurance in Connection with Variable Rate Loans, issued June 20, 1984 (replaced Administrative Letter 1983-11), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/84-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1984-5, Virginia Insurance Rating Laws (For All Companies Licensed to Write Property and Casualty Insurance in Virginia), issued June 25, 1984, § 38.2-1831 (formerly § 38.1-327.43), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/84-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1984-6, Hospital Billing Procedures Commencing October 1, 1984, issued September 18, 1984, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/84-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1985-2, Safe Driver Insurance Plans § 38.1-279.33(c) of the Code of Virginia, issued January 31, 1985, § 38.2-1904 (formerly § 38.1-279.33 (c)), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/85-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1985-4, Misstatement of Age or Sex Adjustments in Universal Life Insurance Policies, issued February 21, 1985, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/85-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1985-6, Copayment Requirements, issued March 1, 1985, § 38.2-4300 (formerly § 38.1-863), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/85-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1985-9, Legislation Enacted by the 1985 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued April 23, 1985, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/85-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1985-11, "Refer to Company" Designations, issued May 30, 1985, § 38.2-1906 (formerly § 38.1-279.34), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/85-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1985-15, New Regulatory Requirements, issued July 22, 1985, §§ 38.2-4902 (formerly § 38.1-957) and 38.2-4905 (formerly § 38.1-960), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/85-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-5, Prohibition against Insuring Lives or Persons of Residents of States in Which Insurer Is Not Licensed, issued April 30, 1986, § 38.2-3102 (formerly § 38.1-433), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-6, Legislation Enacted by the 1986 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued May 11, 1986, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-12, Guidelines for Approval of Copayment Requirements, issued June 20, 1986, §§ 38.2-4300 and 38.2-4302, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-13, Requirements for Coverage for Mental Illness and Substance Abuse, issued June 26, 1986, §§ 38.2-3412, 38.2-3413 and 38.2-4300, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-14, Senate Bill 250, Recodification of the Insurance Code - Title 38.2, issued July 1, 1986, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-16, Administrative Order No. 9177 - Mobile Home Owners Policy - MH(C), Virginia Amendatory Endorsement - MH(C)-1, issued July 1, 1986, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-20, New Regulatory Requirements, revised November 10, 1986, § 38.2-4904.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-20.pdf

Administrative Letter 1986-22, 1980 Smoker and Nonsmoker Mortality Tables for Use in Determining Minimum Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Benefits, issued December 18, 1986, §§ 38.2-3130.1 and 38.2-316, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/86-22.pdf

Administrative Letter 1987-2, § 55-210.4:01 of the Code of Virginia - Unclaimed Property - Change of Beneficiary Forms, issued March 3, 1987, § 55-210.4:01, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/87-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1987-3, Chapter 12 of Title 37.1 of the Code of Virginia - Disclosure of Patient Information to Third Party Payors by Professionals, issued March 9, 1987, §§ 37.1-225 et seq. and 38.2-600 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/87-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1987-4, Appointment of the Clerk of the Commission as Agent for Service of Process, issued March 13, 1987, § 38.2-1216, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/87-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1987-7, Legislation Enacted by the 1987 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued April 30, 1987, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/87-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1987-9, Report of Acts Deemed Larceny, issued May 22, 1987, §§ 38.2-1810 and 18.2-111, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/87-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1987-15, 14VAC5-210 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 28), issued October 7, 1987, § 38.2-4311 and 14VAC5-210 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 28), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/87-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-4, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1983-5 dated June 1, 1983, and Amendments to Administrative Letter 1983-5 dated August 22, 1983, issued March 15, 1988, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-6, Legislation Enacted by the 1988 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued May 25, 1988, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-9, Implementation of 14VAC5-210 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 28) - Reporting Dates, issued June 1, 1988, 14VAC5-210 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 28), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-11, Administrative Letter 1988-10 (rescinds the application of Administrative Letter 1988-10), issued June 30, 1988, § 38.2-305, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-12, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1987-8, issued August 9, 1988, §§ 38.2-136 and 38.2-513, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-13, Copayments for Inpatient Mental and Nervous Disorders, issued August 4, 1988, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1988-14, Adoption of New Mortality Tables Pursuant to the 1982 Amendments to the Standard Nonforfeiture Law - § 38.2-3209 K of the Code of Virginia, as amended, issued August 5, 1988, § 38.2-3209 K, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/88-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1989-7, Legislation Enacted by the 1989 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued June 23, 1989, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/89-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1989-9, Approval of Living Benefit Provisions Attached to or Included in Life Insurance Policies, issued May 25, 1989, §§ 38.2-102 and 38.2-3503, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/89-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1989-12, Long-Term Care Insurance Consumer's Guide, issued October 27, 1989, § 38.2-5207, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/89-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1989-14, Accelerated Approval Procedure for Medicare Supplement Forms and Rates Filings, issued December 21, 1989, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/89-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-7, Legislation Enacted by the 1990 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued June 15, 1990, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-9, Point Assignment under a Safe Driver Insurance Plan, issued July 13, 1990, § 38.2-1905, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-12, Senate Bill 131 - Coverage for Child Health Supervision Services, issued September 11, 1990, § 38.2-3411.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-13, Annual Statement Filing by Certain Insurers in Machine-Readable Format: Diskettes Required, issued October 12, 1990, § 38.2-1300, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-14, Clarification of Virginia Insurance Code Section 38.2-4904 - Annual Disclosure Statements, issued August 17, 1990, § 38.2-4904, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-15, Allocation of Group Premiums for Multijurisdictional Health Maintenance Organizations, issued October 1, 1990, § 38.2-400, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-17, Foreign and Alien Life Insurer's Reserve Valuation Certificate Requirements, issued October 12, 1990, §§ 38.2-3127 and 38.2-3143, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-17.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-18, Underwriting Military Personnel, issued October 10, 1990, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-18.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-22, Proposed Rules Governing Private Review Agents, issued November 13, 1990, § 38.2-5300, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-22.pdf

Administrative Letter 1990-23, Long-Term Care Insurance Consumer's Guide, issued December 7, 1990, § 38.2-5207, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/90-23.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-3, Premiums Charged for Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance, issued January 15, 1991, § 38.2-3710, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-5, Effective Date of New § 38.2-508.1 of the Code of Virginia, issued April 19, 1991, § 38.2-508.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-7, Contingency Reserve Funding Level Required by the Rules Governing Group Self-Insurers of Liability under the Virginia Workers' Compensation Act, 14VAC5-370, (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 16), issued April 23, 1991, 14VAC5-370 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 16), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-8, "Rules Governing Minimum Standards for Medicare Supplement Policies" - 14VAC5-170 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 35), Effective December 1, 1990, issued June 10, 1991, 14VAC5-170 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 35), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-9, Private Passenger Automobile Medical Expense Coverage Effective July 1, 1991, issued May 29, 1991, §§ 38.2-124 and 38.2-2201, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-11, Legislation Enacted by the 1991 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued June 17, 1991, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-12, Unfair Trade Practices Concerning Automobile Glass Claims, issued October 31, 1991, § 38.2-510, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1991-13, Preneed Funeral Contracts Funded by Life Insurance or Annuities, issued November 21, 1991, § 54.1-2820, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/91-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-5, 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38): Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers, issued February 12, 1992, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3419.1 and 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-6, Prohibition against the Payment or Receipt of Title Insurance Kickbacks Rebates, Commissions, and Other Payments, issued February 19, 1992, §§ 38.2-509 and 38.2-4614, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-8, Required Filings of Insurers That Are Members of an Insurance Holding Company System, issued March 6, 1992, § 38.2-1329, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-9, Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Rates, issued April 21, 1992, §§ 38.2-1301 and 38.2-3727, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-10, Transactions within a Holding Company System Involving any Person Who Is Not an Affiliate, issued April 16, 1992, §§ 38.2-1331 and 38.2-4233, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-11, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1992-7, issued May 15, 1992, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-12, Legislation Enacted by the 1992 Session of the General Assembly of Virginia, issued July 16, 1992, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-13, Mammogram Benefits in Medicare Supplement Policies, issued August 5, 1992, § 38.2-3418.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-16, Analysis of Excess Capital and Surplus Investments, issued August 14, 1992, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-17, Asset Protection Act, Virginia Code §§ 38.2-1446 and 38.2-1447, issued August 14, 1992, §§ 38.2-1446 and 38.2-1447, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-17.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-18, New Chapter 37.1 of Title 38.2, Code of Virginia, issued August 31, 1992, §§ 38.2-3725, 38.2-3726, 38.2-3727 and 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-18.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-20, House Bill 660 - Effective July 1, 1992 - Modified Guaranteed Life Insurance and Modified Guaranteed Annuities, issued October 15, 1992, §§ 38.2-316 and 38.2-3113.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-20.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-22, Compliance with Virginia Code § 38.2-4311, issued October 30, 1992, § 38.2-4311, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-22.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-23, New Chapter 37.1 of Title 38.2, Code of Virginia issued November 25, 1992, § 38.2-3725, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-23.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-24, Actuarial Opinion Submissions in Company Annual Statements, issued November 10, 1992 (withdraws Administrative Letter 1990-16), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-24.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-25, Assignment of Points under Safe Driver Insurance Plans, issued December 15, 1992, §§ 38.2-602, 38.2-608, 38.2-609, 38.2-610 and 38.2-1905, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-25.pdf

Administrative Letter 1992-26, Administrative Letter 1992-20 - Modified Guaranteed Life Insurance and Modified Guaranteed Annuities, issued December 11, 1992, §§ 38.2-1443.1 and 38.2-3113.1, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/92-26.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-3, 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38): Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers, issued February 10, 1993, 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-6, Installment Payment Plans, issued May 3, 1993, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-10, Use of Final Rates Filed by Rate Service Organizations for Property and Casualty Lines of Insurance Other Than Workers' Compensation, issued April 29, 1993, § 38.2-1908, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-12, Long-Term Care Insurance Reporting Requirements, issued May 3, 1993, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-13, Legislation Enacted by the 1993 Session of the Virginia General Assembly, issued June 3, 1993, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-15, Distribution of Information on Insureds in the Workers' Compensation Insurance Plan, issued October 4, 1993, § 65.2-823, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-16, Business Transacted with Producer-Controlled Property and Casualty Insurer Act, issued August 4, 1993, § 38.2-1341, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 1993-19, 14VAC5-320 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 15) (Revised) - Rules Establishing Minimum Reserve Standards for Individual and Group Accident and Sickness Insurance Contracts, issued November 5, 1993, 14VAC5-320 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 15), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/93-19.pdf

Administrative Letter 1994-3, Medicare Supplement Insurance Premiums Comparison Lists, issued January 11, 1994, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/94-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1994-4, 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38): Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers, issued January 20, 1994, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408, 38.2-3418.1, 38.2-3419.1 and 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/94-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1994-5, Legislation Enacted by the 1994 Virginia General Assembly, issued July 5, 1994, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/94-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1994-8, Freedom of Choice Requirements - Pharmacies and Ancillary Service Providers, issued October 17, 1994, §§ 38.2-316, 38.2-3407.7, 38.2-3407.8, 38.2-4209.1, 38.2-4209.2, 38.2-4312.1, and 38.2-4312.2, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/94-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1994-9, I. Filing of Experience Reports and Adjustment of Prima Facie Rates II. Filing of Premium Rates and Refund Formulas, issued November 7, 1994, §§ 38.2-3725, 38.2-3728, 38.2-3729 and 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/94-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-3, Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Related to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers, issued January 10, 1995, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.1, 38.2-3419.1 and 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-5, 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38) - Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - Coverage for Treatment of Breast Cancer by Dose Intensive Chemotherapy or Autologous Bone Marrow Transplants or Stem Cell Transplant, § 38.2-3418.1:1 of the Code of Virginia, issued June 20, 1995, §§ 38.2-3418.1:1 and 38.2-3419.1 and 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-6, Legislation Enacted by the 1995 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 19, 1995, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-7, Standard and Essential Benefit Plans - Small Employer Market, issued March 24, 1995, § 38.2-3431, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-8, Closing Protection Letters, issued September 4, 1995, §§ 38.2-123, 38.2-135, 38.2-4606 and 38.2-4615, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-9, Registration - Small Employer Market, issued July 12, 1995, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-10, Capitated Administrative Services Only (ASO) Agreements Are Insurance and May Subject Both the Provider and Administrator to the Provisions of Title 38.2 of the Code of Virginia, issued September 11, 1995, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-11, Synthetic Guaranteed Investment Contracts, issued November 9, 1995, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1995-12, Participation in the Primary Small Employer Market for Health Insurance in Virginia, issued November 16, 1995, § 38.2-3431, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/95-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-3, 14VAC5-190 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 38) - Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 1995 Reporting Period, issued January 26, 1996, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.1:1, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-4, Reporting Requirements for Carriers Participating in the Primary Small Employer Market, issued March 11, 1996, § 38.2-3433, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-6, Legislation Enacted by the 1996 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 14, 1996, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-10, Termination of Policies Covering Churches and Other Places of Worship, issued June 21, 1996, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-11, 14VAC5-180 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 34) - Rules Governing Underwriting Practices and Coverage Limitations and Exclusions for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), issued July 10, 1996, 14VAC5-180 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 34), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-12, House Bill 1026 - § 38.2-3514.2 of the Code of Virginia, issued July 10, 1996, §§ 38.2-3514.2, 38.2-4214 and 38.2-4319, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-13, 1996 House Bill 442 - § 38.2-3407.11 of the Code of Virginia, as amended - "Direct Access" to Obstetricians and Gynecologists, issued August 9, 1996, § 38.2-3407.11, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-14, Registration - Small Employer and Primary Small Employer Market, issued September 25, 1996, §§ 38.2-3431 and 38.2-3432, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-15, 14VAC5-170 - Rules Governing Minimum Standards for Medicare Supplement Policies (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 35), issued October 2, 1996, § 38.2-316 and 14VAC5-170 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 35), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1996-16, Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers: Coverage of Procedures Involving Bones and Joints issued December 4, 1996, §§ 38.2-3418.2 and 38.2-3419.1 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/96-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-2, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits - § 38.2-3730 of the Code of Virginia, issued January 23, 1997, § 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-3, 14VAC5-190 - Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers: 1996 Reporting Period, issued March 3, 1997, §§ 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.1:1, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221, and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-5, Senate Bill No. 1104 (the Consumer Real Estate Settlement Protection Act), issued May 28, 1997, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-6, Legislation Enacted by the 1997 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 6, 1997, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-9, Application and Enrollment Forms, issued September 9, 1997, §§ 38.2-218 and 38.2-316, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-10, Notification of Change in Method of Computation of Premium License Tax Credits for Guaranty Association Assessments, issued September 19, 1997, §§ 38.2-1611.1, 38.2-1709, and 38.2-2806, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-11, 14VAC5-190 - Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers Notification of Additional Reporting Requirements for the 1997 Reporting Period, issued October 10, 1997, §§ 38.2-3412.1, 38.2-2414.1, 38.2-3818.1 and 38.2-3818.1:2, and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1997-12, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 1998, issued November 7, 1997, §§ 38.2-3725, 38.2-3728, 38.2-3729 and 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/97-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-1, Guidelines for Conducting Title Insurance Company or Underwriter Audits of Escrow Accounts Maintained by Title Insurance Settlement Agents, issued January 20, 1998, § 6.1-2.21 and 14VAC5-395-50 C, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-2, 14VAC5-190 - Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 1997 Reporting Period, issued February 27, 1998, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.1:1, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-3, 14VAC5-180 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 34) - Rules Governing Underwriting Practices and Coverage Limitations and Exclusions for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), issued July 1, 1998, 14VAC5-180 (formerly Insurance Regulation No. 34), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-4, Senate Bill 712 of the 1998 General Assembly Session, issued July 15, 1998, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-5, Legislation Enacted by the 1998 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 30, 1998, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-6, Analysis of Excess Capital and Surplus Investments, issued June 30, 1998, §§ 38.2-1400 et seq. and 38.2-4300 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-7, Holding Company Registration - Form B Filings Due July 15, 1998, issued June 30, 1998, §§ 38.2-100, 38.2-1322, 38.2-1323, 38.2-1329 and 38.2-4300 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-9, Amendments to Rules Governing Minimum Standards for Medicare Supplement Policies, issued August 28, 1998, 14VAC5-170, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-11, Service Area Concerns and Notices of Material Transactions, issued November 10, 1998, §§ 32.1-137.1 et seq., 32.1-137.2, 32.1-137.7 et seq., 38.2-218, 38.2-3431, 38.2-4300 et seq. and 38.2-5800 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-12, Binding Arbitration Provisions in Insurance Contracts (withdraws Administrative Letter 1986-8), issued September 24, 1998, § 38.2-312, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-15, Compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), issued November 13, 1998, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 1998-16, Medicare HMOs and Medicare Supplement Coverages, issued November 25, 1998, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al98-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-1, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 1998 Reporting Period, issued January 22, 1999, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408, 38.2-3418.2, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-3, Legislation Enacted by the 1999 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 12, 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-5, Policy Provisions Limiting Liability for Damages, issued June 7, 1999, §§ 38.2-209, 38.2-316, 38.2-4214, 38.2-4319, 38.2-4408 and 38.2-4509, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-6, Bureau of Insurance, Office of the Managed Care Ombudsman, issued June 7, 1999, §§ 32.1-137.6, 32.1-137.15, 38.2-5804 and 38.2-5909, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-7, Applications for Individual Health Insurance Coverage § 38.2-3430.3 C of the Code of Virginia, issued June 21, 1999, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-316, and 38.2-3430.3 C, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-8, Actuarial Opinion Submissions in Company Annual Statements, issued August 24, 1999, (replaced Administrative Letter 1992-19), §§ 38.2-1109, 38.2-1203, 38.2-1300, 38.2-1301, 38.2-2506, 38.2-2613, 38.2-4214, 38.2-4307, 38.2-4408, 38.2-4509 and 38.2-4602, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-10, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers. Notification of Additional Reporting Requirements for the 1999 Reporting Period, issued October 4, 1999, §§ 38.2-3408, 38.2-3418.3 through 38.2-3418.5, 38.2-3418.7 and 38.2-4221 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-11, Custodians for Insurers' Securities Portfolio, issued September 30, 1999, §§ 38.2-218 and 38.2-1318, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-12, NAIC Accounting Practices and Procedures Manual, 2001, issued October 19, 1999, §§ 38.2-1300, 38.2-1403 and 38.2-1407, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-13, §§ 38.2-3412.1:01 F (iii) and 38.2-3432.2 A 2 of the Code of Virginia, issued November 4, 1999, §§ 38.2-3412.1:01 F (iii), 38.2-3432.2 A 2 and 38.2-4319, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 1999-14, Revised Guidelines for Conducting Title Insurance Company and Underwriter Analyses of Escrow Accounts Maintained by Title Insurance Settlement Agents (All changes to Administrative Letter 1998-10 are italicized.), issued December 9, 1999 (replaced Administrative Letter 1998-10), § 6.1-2.21 E 2 and 14VAC5-395-50 C, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/al99-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-1, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits § 38.2-3730 of the Code of Virginia, issued February 23, 2000, § 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-2, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 1999 Reporting Period, issued February 25, 2000, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.7, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221, and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-3, Regulation of Capitated Administrative Services Only (ASO) Agreements, issued March 30, 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-5, 18 USC §§ 1033, 1034 - Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, issued April 25, 2000, 18 USC §§ 1033 and 1034, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-6, Rules Governing Independent External Review of Final Adverse Utilization Review Decisions (14VAC5-215), issued May 25, 2000, 14VAC5-215, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-8, Legislation Enacted by the 2000 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 5, 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-9, Medicare Supplement Insurance, issued June 23, 2000, 14VAC5-170, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-10, Equity Indexed Annuities - Equity Indexed Life Insurance Products (replaced Administrative Letter 1997-4), issued Jun30, 2000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-11, Individual Health Insurance Coverage Provided in Virginia, issued September 20, 2000, §§ 38.2-3430.3 and 38.2-3432.3, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-12, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 2001, issued September 27, 2000, §§ 38.2-3725, 38.2-3728, 38.2-3729 and 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 2000-14, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers Notification of Additional Reporting Requirements for the 2000 Reporting Period, issued November 7, 2000, §§ 38.2-3412.1:01, 38.2-3418.1:2, 38.2-3418.8, 38.2-3418.9, 38.2-3418.10 and 38.2-3418.11, and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/00-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-1, Ethics and Fairness in Carrier Business Practices, issued January 29, 2001, § 38.2-3407.15, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-1.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-2, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2000 Reporting Period, issued February 15, 2001, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.11, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221, and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-2.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-3, Legislation Enacted by the 2001 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 10, 2001, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-3.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-4, Rules Governing Independent External Review of Final Adverse Utilization Review Decisions (14VAC5-215), issued May 14, 2001, §§ 38.2-5900 et seq., and 14VAC5-125-120 and 14VAC5-215, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-4.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-5, House Bill No. 2157, issued May 14, 2001, Title 38.2, Chapter 5 of the Code of Virginia, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-5.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-6, Rule, Rate and Form Submission Checklists, issued August 1, 2001, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-6.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-7, Voluntary Expedited Filing Procedures for Insurance Applications Developed to Allow Depository Institutions to Meet Their Disclosure Obligations under § 305 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, issued August 17, 2001, § 38.2-316 and 14VAC5-110, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-7.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-8, Events of September 11, 2001, issued September 28, 2001, §§ 38.2-508.1 and 38.2-2205.1, and 14VAC5-140-50 E, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-8.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-9, SCC Advises Agents to Beware When Selling Health Insurance Coverage, issued October 10, 2001, § 38.2-1802, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-9.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-10, Executive Order Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with Persons Who Permit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism, issued November 1, 2001, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-11, 14VAC5-210-80 B 2: Notice of Termination upon Loss of Eligibility for Coverage, issued November 2, 2001, 14VAC5-210-80 B 2 and 14VAC5-210-100 B 17, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2001-13, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers Notification of Additional Reporting Requirements for the 2001 Reporting Period, issued December 7, 2001, §§ 38.2-3411.3, 38.2-3418.7:1, 38.2-3418.12 and 38.2-3418.13, and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/01-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-1, Procedures to Recognize Military Call-up to Active Duty-Agent Licensing and Agent Appointment Processes, issued January 17, 2002, §§ 38.2-1816, 38.2-1817, 38.2-1818, 38.2-1819, 38.2-1825, 38.2-1830 and 38.2-1870, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-3, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2001 Reporting Period, issued March 8, 2002, §§ 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.13, 38.2-4221, and 14VAC5-190 and 14VAC5-190-40, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-4, USA Patriot Act of 2001, issued April 19, 2002, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-5, Legislation Enacted by the 2002 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 1, 2002, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-6, Use of Credit Scoring Models in Rating Auto and Homeowners Insurance Policies, issued June 17, 2002, §§ 38.2-1906 and 38.2-1907, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-7, Requirements for Foreign and Alien Insurance Companies Seeking Admission to Do Business in Virginia, issued June 17, 2002 (replaced Administrative Letter 1999-9), §§ 38.2-1024, 38.2-1028, 38.2-1029, 38.2-1030, 38.2-1031, 38.2-1206, 38.2-1213, 38.2-1300 and 38.2-4129, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-8, Changes in Laws Governing Licensing of Various Types of Insurance Agents and Producers, issued July 26, 2002, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-1800, 38.2-1802, 38.2-1818, 38.2-1820, 38.2-1821, 38.2-1824, 38.2-1831 through 38.2-1834, 38.2-1836 and 38.2-1869, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-9, Insurance Activities Requiring Persons to be Licensed, issued July 26, 2002 (replaced Administrative Letter 1997-1), §§ 38.2-1800, 38.2-1812, 38.2-1821, 38.2-1822, 38.2-1833, 38.2-4224, 38.2-4313, 38.2-4415 and 38.2-4519, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-10, Licensing of Reinsurance Intermediaries, issued August 27, 2002 (replaced Administrative Letter 1992-15), §§ 38.2-136, 38.2-1322, 38.2-1347 et seq., 38.2-1348 through 38.2-1354, 38.2-1360, 38.2-1846 et seq. and 38.2-4230 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-11, Licensing of Managing General Agents, issued August 27, 2002 (replaced Administrative Letter 1992-14), §§ 38.2-1322 et seq., 38.2-1358 et seq., 38.2-1360, 38.2-1361, 38.2-1858 et seq. and 38.2-4230 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-12, Rules Governing Independent External Review of Final Adverse Utilization Review Decisions (14VAC5-215), issued October 1, 2002, 14VAC5-215, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-13, Insurer Affiliation Survey, issued October 21, 2002, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 2002-14, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers Notification of Additional Reporting Requirements for the 2002 Reporting Period, issued December 6, 2002, §§ 38.2-3408, 38.2-3411.4, 38.2-4221 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/02-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-1, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits § 38.2-3730 of the Code of Virginia, issued February 14, 2003, § 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-2, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2002 Reporting Period, issued March 7, 2003, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.13, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221; and 14VAC5-190 and 14VAC5-190-40, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-3, Practices That Constitute Unfair Discrimination by Title Insurance Companies, issued March 19, 2003, § 38.2-4608, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-4, Senate Bill No. 878 (Privacy Safeguards), issued May 19, 2003, § 38.2-613.2, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-5, Legislation Enacted by the 2003 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 19, 2003, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-7, Guaranteed Arrest Bond Certificates § 38.2-2407 of the Code of Virginia, issued June 2, 2003, §§ 13.1-400.1 et seq. and 38.2-2407, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-8, Business Transacted with Producer-Controlled Property and Casualty Insurer Act (§ 38.2-1341 et seq. of the Code of Virginia, issued October 6, 2003 (replaced Administrative Letter 1993-16)), §§ 38.2-110 through 38.2-134, 38.2-1024, 38.2-1100 et seq., 38.2-1341 et seq., 38.2-1342, 38.2-1344, 38.2-1347 et seq., 38.2-1358 et seq., 38.2-1800 et seq., 38.2-2015, 38.2-2700 and 38.2-5101; and 15 USC § 3901 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-9, Time Requirements of § 38.2-5900 et seq. of the Code of Virginia (14VAC5-215), issued October 17, 2003, § 38.2-5900 et seq.; and 14VAC5-215, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2003-10, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 2004, issued October 30, 2003, §§ 38.2-3725, 38.2-3728, 38.2-3729 and 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/03-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2004-1, 14VAC5-190. Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2003 Reporting Period, issued February 23, 2004, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.13, 38.2-3419.1 and 38.2-4221; and 14VAC5-190-10 and 14VAC5-190-40, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/04-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2004-2, General Compliance Issues Notice of Examination, issued April 8, 2004, §§ 38.2-610, 38.2-1800, 38.2-3717 (1) and 38.2-3724, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/04-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2004-3, Procedural Changes, Administrative Changes and Clarifications Regarding Agent Licensing and the Bureau's Agent Licensing Section, issued April 30, 2004, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/04-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2004-5, Legislative Enacted by the 2004 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 4, 2004, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/04-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-1, Withdrawal of Administrative Letters 1987-11 and 1989-10; Revised Rate Certification Forms DR/COF (05/05) for Use with Filings Subject to the Prior-Approval Provisions of Chapter 20 of Title 38.2 of the Code of Virginia and COF-1 (05/05) for Use with Filings Subject to the File-and-Use Provisions of Chapter 19 of Title 38.2 of the Code of Virginia, issued May 25, 2005, § 38.2-2003, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-4, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers Notification of Additional Reporting Requirement for the 2004 Reporting Period, issued January 3, 2005, § 38.2-3418.14 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-5, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2004 Reporting Period, issued March 25, 2005, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.14, 38.2-3419.1, 38.2-4221 and 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-6, Change of Electronic Contact Information for the State Corporation Commission's Bureau of Information, issued April 1, 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-7, Individual Long-Term Care Insurance Coverage Provided in Virginia, issued May 16, 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-8, Individual Health Insurance Coverage Provided in Virginia, issued May 25, 2005, § 38.2-3431, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-9, Implementation of Electronic Nonresident Licensing (ENRL) with Electronic Funds Transfer for Licensing Fees, issued May 18, 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-10, Legislation Enacted by the 2005 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 27, 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-12, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1997-13 Dated November 7, 1997, issued June 22, 2005, 14VAC5-71, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-13, Negotiating Title Insurance Risk Rates; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2004-07, issued June 29, 2005, § 38.2-4608, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 2005-14, Medicare Part D Marketing, issued December 7, 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/05-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-1, Implementation of Procedure Change in Requesting Letters of Certification, issued February 9, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-2, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits, issued February 15, 2006, § 38.2-3730, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-4, Implementation of Procedure Change in Requesting a Duplicate License, issued March 16, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-5, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2005 Reporting Period, issued March 29, 2006, §§ 38.2-218, 38.2-3408 through 38.2-3418.14, 38.2-3419 and 38.2-4221, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-6, Authorization Forms, issued April 18, 2006, §§ 38.2-606 and 38.2-613.2, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-7, Online Address Changes, issued April 18, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-8, Method of Implementation No Longer Required to be Stated in Filings; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2005-02, issued May 24, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-9, Definition of Limited Burial Insurance Authority, issued May 30, 2006, §§ 38.2-1800, 38.2-3318.1 and 38.2-4000, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-10, Legislation Enacted by the 2006 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 9, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-11, Procedural Change: Displaying National Producer Numbers (NPN) in Lieu of Social Security/DMV-Assigned Numbers on Bureau of Insurance Correspondence, issued June 28, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-12, Amendment to § 38.2-231 of the Code of Virginia; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2005-11, issued July 7, 2006, §§ 38.2-111, 38.2-117, 38.2-118, 38.2-124, 38.2-231, 38.2-1903.1, 38.2-2114 and 38.2-2212, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-12.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-13, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 2007, issued September 25, 2006, §§ 38.2-3725 D, 38.2-3728 A and C1 and 38.2-3729 C, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-13.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-14, Rules Governing Independent External Review of Final Adverse Utilization Review Decisions, 14VAC5-215. Final Adverse Decision Letters, issued September 29, 2006, § 38.2-5900, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-14.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-15, Schedule Rating Plans, Expense Modification Plans, Experience Rating Plans, and Facultative Reinsurance; Withdrawal of Administrative Letters 2001-12, 1998-14, 1985-12, and 1983-9, issued November 8, 2006, §§ 38.2-1901, 38.2-1904 C, D and E, 38.2-1905 and 38.2-1906, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-15.pdf

Administrative Letter 2006-16, Prospective Loss Cost Filing Requirements for Lines of Insurance Other than Workers' Compensation; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1990-5, issued November 8, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/06-16.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-1, Flood Insurance Training Requirements for Insurance Agents with a Property and Casualty License or Personal Lines License Selling through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), issued January 24, 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-2, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2006 Reporting Period, issued March 7, 2007, 14VAC5-190, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-3, Chapter 200 of Title 14 of the Virginia Administrative Code Rules Governing Long-Term Care Insurance, Long-Term Care Partnership Program, issued May 1, 2007, 14VAC5-200, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-4, Change in Vendor Providing Insurance License Examinations, issued May 7, 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-5, Administrative Changes and Changes in Laws Governing Agent Licensing, issued May 7, 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-6, Legislation Enacted by the 2007 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 29, 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-7, Rules Governing Independent External Review of Final Adverse Utilization Review Decisions (14VAC5-215), issued June 29, 2007, § 38.2-5900 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-8, Withdrawal of Administrative Letters 1985-5, 1985-17, 1990-11, and 1993-11, issued July 16, 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-9, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1985-7, issued August 6, 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2007-10, Consulting Contracts, issued September 26, 2007, § 38.2-1839 A, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/07-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-02, Insurers No Longer Required to Submit VA CP-12 or VA CP-20 Competitive Pricing Forms with Homeowners or Private Passenger Auto Rate Filings; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2004-04, issued February 8, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-03, Rules Governing Military Sales Practices (14VAC5-420-10 et seq.), issued February 15, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-04, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2007 Reporting Period, issued March 10, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-05, Rules Governing Independent External Review of Final Adverse Utilization Review Decisions (14VAC5-215), issued April 1, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-06, Use of Automobile Standard Forms, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 1995-4, issued May 1, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-07, Title Insurance Legislation Enacted by the 2008 Virginia General Assembly, issued April 30, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-08, Legislation Enacted by the 2008 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 9, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-09, Emergency Services, § 38.2-4312.3 of the Code of Virginia, issued June 16, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-10, Amended Annual Disclosure Statement, § 38.2-4904 of the Code of Virginia, issued July 28, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2008-11, Implementation of the New Bureau of Insurance Sircon for States System, issued August 18, 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/08-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-01, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits, § 38.2-3730 of the Code of Virginia, issued February 17, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-02, Permitted Accounting Practices, issued February 23, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-03, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2008 Reporting Period, issued March 9, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-05, Legislation Enacted by the 2009 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 4, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-06, 2009 House Bill 2024 and Senate Bill 1411 - Amendment to the Code of Virginia by adding Virginia Code §§ 38.2-3406.1 and 38.2-3406.2, issued June 15, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-07, Five Year Rotation of Certified Public Accountants Rules Governing Annual Audited Financial Reports (Rules Governing Annual Financial Reporting - 14VAC5-270), Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2000-04, issued June 12, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-08, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 2010, and 2009 House Bill 1972, issued September 8, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-09, Risk-Focused Examination Approach, issued, October 2, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2009-11, Remittance of Title Premium and Issuance of Title Policy, issued November 16, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/09-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-01, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers Notification of Additional Reporting Requirement for the 2010 Reporting Period, issued January 11, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-02, Online Printing of Producer Licenses, issued March 15, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-03, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2009 Reporting Period, issued April 8, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-04, Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (MHPAEA) Virginia Chapter 693 (Senate Bill 706), issued May 27, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-05, Revised Form WCLC VA for Insurer Expense Multiplier Filings, Related Rules and Tiered Rating; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2005-03, issued May 26, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-06, Legislation Enacted by the 2010 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 14, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-07, Requests for Rate Secret Protection of Rates and/or Supplementary Rate Information Pursuant to House Bill No. 531, issued July 1, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-09, Form and Rate Filings Submitted to Comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA), issued September 2, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2010-11, Virginia Small Employer Group Health Insurance Medical History Form; Replacement of Administrative Letter 2009-04, issued October 8, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2011-01, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2010 Reporting Period, issued April 12, 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/11-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2011-02, Notice Concerning Certificates of Insurance, issued April 21, 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/11-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2011-03, Amendments to § 8.01-581.15 of the Code of Virginia - Notice May Be Required by § 38.2-231 When the Insurer Increases the Policy's Liability Limits, issued May 27, 2011, §§ 8.01-581.15 and 38.2-231, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/11-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2011-04, Legislation Enacted by the 2011 Virginia General Assembly, issued June 8, 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/11-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2011-05, Internal Appeal of Adverse Benefit Determinations and External Review of Adverse Determinations, issued July 14, 2011, §§ 38.2-3557, 38.2-3559 and 38.2-5804 and 14VAC5-216-10 et seq., http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/11-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2011-07, Rate Service Organization - Advisory Filings, issued October 25, 2011, §§ 38.2-317 and 38.2-1906, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/11-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-01, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits § 38.2-3730 of the Code of Virginia, issued February 1, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-02, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2011 Reporting Period, issued March 1, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-03, Implementation of Search Options for Rate and Form Submissions and Establishment of Additional Filing Requirements, issued March 26, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-04, Revised Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Privacy Notices; Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2011-06, issued April 2, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-05, Legislation Enacted by the 2012 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 10, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-06, Legislation Enacted by the 2012 Virginia General Assembly - Clarification of House Bill 523 (and companion Senate Bill 369) House Bill 127, and House Bill 1202 (and companion Senate Bill 140), issued June 1, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-07, Certificates of Insurance, issued July 1, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-08, Summary of Benefits and Coverage and Uniform Glossary, issued July 9, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-09, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 2013, issued September 14, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-10, Licensing of Public Adjusters in Virginia, Effective January 1, 2012, issued October 1, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2012-11, Requirements for Reinsurers Applying to Qualify as Acceptable Reinsurers under § 38.2-1316.2 of the Code of Virginia, issued December 13, 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/12-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2013-01, Supplemental Information and Other Required Disclosures, issued February 1, 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/13-01.pdf

Administrative Letter 2013-02, Revisions to the Virginia Insurance Continuing Education Program Requirements Effective January 1, 2013, issued, February 1, 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/13-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2013-03, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2012 Reporting Period, issued March 8, 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/13-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2013-04, Producer Licensing Appointment Fee Reduction Effective July 1, 2013, issued May 1, 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/13-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2013-05, Legislation Enacted by the 2013 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 20, 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/13-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2013-06, Senate Bill 984 (Section 38.2-236), issued June 4, 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/13-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2014-02, Premium Tax and Assessment Practices and Procedures, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2010-08 Dated July 28, 2010, issued January 28, 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/14-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2014-03, 14VAC5-190: Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2013 Reporting Period, issued March 7, 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/14-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2014-04, Insurance-Related Legislation Enacted by the 2014 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 28, 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/14-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2014-05, Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association Notice of Protection Provided by the Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association, Replacement of Administrative Letter 2010-12, issued October 6, 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/14-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-02, Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits § 38.2-3730 of the Code of Virginia, issued February 5, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-02.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-03, Filing Procedures for Compliance with the Provisions of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2015; Withdrawal of Administrative Letters 2002-15, 2004-06, 2006-03 and 2008-01, issued March 10, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-03.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-04, Rules Governing the Reporting of Cost and Utilization Data Relating to Mandated Benefits and Mandated Providers - 2014 Reporting Period, issued March 12, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-04.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-05, Mandatory Notices for Fire, Dwelling Fire, Homeowners, and Tenant Policies; Withdraws Administrative Letters 1980-2, 1993-09, and 1999-04, issued March 17, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-05.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-06, Mandatory Notices for Motor Vehicle Policies; Withdraws Administrative Letters 1977-13, 1991-09, and 1994-07, issued March 17, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-06.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-07, Requirements for Adverse Underwriting Decisions and Notices; Withdrawal of Administrative Letters 1978-4, 1978-9, 1978-11, 1981-4, 1981-15, 1981-16, and 2003-06, issued March 30, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-07.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-08, Withdrawal of Administrative Letter 2015-01; Code of Virginia § 38.2-3418.17 - Coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorder, issued April 3, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-08.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-09,  Withdrawal of Administrative Letters 1981-11, 1983-6, 1985-13, 1985-15, 1986-20, 1987-15, 1988-9, 1988-14, 1990-13, 1992-8, 1992-14, 1992-15, 1992-16, 1992-17, 1992-24, 1993-16, 1997-1, 1997-13, 1998-4, 1998-6, 1998-7, and 1999-9, issued May 1, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-09.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-10, Insurance-Related Legislation Enacted by the 2015 Virginia General Assembly, issued May 20, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-10.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-11, Assessment Practices and Procedures Replacement of Administrative Letter 2014-01, issued October 1, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-11.pdf

Administrative Letter 2015-12, Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Sickness Insurance Premium Rates Effective January 1, 2016, issued October 1, 2015, https://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/15-12.pdf

Financial Regulation Unit Guidance Documents:

Future Year-End Reserve Valuation Submissions to the Virginia Bureau of Insurance, January 1993, (This letter is available upon request from the Actuarial Support Section of the Financial Regulation Division by calling 804-371-9589).

Future Year-End Reserve Valuation Submissions Other Than by Hard Copy to the Virginia Bureau of Insurance, September 2002, (This letter is available upon request from the Actuarial Support Section of the Financial Regulation Division, by calling 804-371-9589).

Future Year-End Reserve Valuation Submissions Other Than by Hard Copy to the Virginia Bureau of Insurance, November 2005, (This letter is available upon request from the Actuarial Support Section of the Financial Regulation Division, by calling 804-371-9589).

Letter to Insurers Prior to an Examination Specifying the Date of the Upcoming Examination and Requesting Specific Documentation the Insurer is to Provide to the Bureau of Insurance Staff, revised December 2014, (This letter is available upon request from the Financial Examination Section of the Financial Regulation Division, by calling 804-371-9123).

Annual renewal letters for all entities licensed, approved, registered, authorized, accredited, or certified by the Virginia Bureau of Insurance, December 2015

The following documents are available at http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/miscforms.aspx:

Certified Reinsurers, Form CR-E and Instructions for Form CR-E

Certified Reinsurers Form CR-S and Instructions for Form CR-S

The following documents are available at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/lic_reg.aspx:

Dental Plan Organizations Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised April 2012, § 38.2-6102

Instructions for Completing the Initial Reinsurance Intermediary License Application, revised April 2007, § 38.2-1348

Requirements for Surplus Lines Approval in Virginia for an Alien Insurer, revised July 2011, § 38.2-4805.1

Requirements for Surplus Lines Approval in Virginia for a Foreign Carrier, revised July 2011, § 38.2-4805.1

Application for the Establishment of a Managed Care Health Insurance Plan (MCHIP), revised July 2011, § 38.2-5800

Home Protection Company Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised August 2012, §§ 38.2-1024 and 38.2-2603

Home Service Contract Provider Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised August 2012, Article 2 of Chapter 26 of Title 38.2

Captive Insurers Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised April 2012, §§ 38.2-1024 and 38.2-1102

Health Services Plan Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised April 2012, § 38.2-4200

Health Maintenance Organizations Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised April 2012, § 38.2-4301

Limited Health Maintenance Organizations Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised April 2012, § 38.2-4301

Virginia Legal Services Plan Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised April 2012, § 38.2-4413

Dental Services Plan Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised September 2014, § 38.2-4517

Optometric Services Plan Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised September 2014, § 38.2-4517

Insurance Premium Finance Company Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised August 2015, § 38.2-4701

Community-Based Continuing Care Providers Registration and Disclosure Filing Guidelines, August 2012, § 38.2-4919

Continuing Care Providers Registration and Disclosure Filing Guidelines, revised August 2012, § 38.2-4901

Viatical Settlement Providers Requirements for Operating in Virginia, revised September 2014, § 38.2-6002

Automobile Club Requirements for Organizing and Licensing in Virginia, revised August 2015, § 13.1-400.2

Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements Requirements for Operating in Virginia, revised January 2014, Article 3 of Chapter 34 of Title 38.2

Requirements for Accredited Substantially Similar, and Trusteed Reinsurers, October 2013, § 38.2-1316.2

Requirements for Certified Reinsurers, October 2013, § 38.2-1316.2 B

Requirements for Organizing and Licensing of a Group Self-Insurance Association, revised December 2010, § 65.2-802

Licensing Procedures for Managing General Agents to Obtain Authority in Virginia (Procedures, Instructions and Application), revised October 2005, § 38.2-1359

Information Concerning Purchasing Group Registration, September 2014, § 38.2-5108

Information Concerning Risk Retention Group Registration, September 2014, §§ 38.2-5102 and 38.2-5103

The following document is available at http://www.naic.org/industry_ucaa.htm:

Uniform Certificate of Authority Application, revised August 2014, §§ 38.2-1024 and 38.2-1206,

The following documents are available at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/holdco.aspx:

Form A, Instructions for Application for Approval of Acquisition of Control of or Merger with a Domestic Insurer Pursuant to § 38.2-1323, revised January 2015, 14VAC5-260

Form B, Instructions for Insurance Holding Company System Annual Registration Statement Pursuant to § 38.2-1329, revised January 2015, 14VAC5-260

Form C, Instructions for Summary of Changes to Registration Statement Pursuant to § 38.2-1329, revised January 2015, 14VAC5-260

Form D, Instructions for Prior Notice and Application for Approval of Certain Transactions Pursuant to § 38.2-1330 B, revised January 2015, 14VAC5-260

Form E, Instructions for Pre-Acquisition Notification Form Regarding the Potential Competitive Impact of a Proposed Merger or Acquisition by a Nondomiciliary Insurer Doing Business in this Commonwealth or by a Domestic Insurer Pursuant to § 38.2-1323, revised January 2015, 14VAC5-260

Form F, Instructions for Enterprise Risk Report Pursuant to § 38.2-1329 L, January 2015, 14VAC5-260 

Form G, Instructions for Notice of Dividends and Distributions to Shareholders Pursuant to §§ 38.2-1329 F and 38.2-1330.1, revised January 2015, 14VAC5-260

The following documents are available at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/an_renew.aspx

NAIC Financial Standard State Filing Checklists for filings due in 2016 for Fraternal Societies, Health Organizations, Life, Accident and Health companies, Property and Casualty Companies, and Title Companies

Virginia Specific Financial and License Renewal Forms:

Form R01, Analysis of Excess Capital and Surplus Investments Report

Form R2A, Application for Renewal of License

Form R2B, Application for Renewal of License - Fraternal Benefit Society

Form R17, Application for Renewal of License - Home Service Contract Provider

Form R03, Audited Financial Statements Exemption Affidavit

Form R05, Certificate of Assuming Insurer

Form R05Q, Certificate of Assuming Insurer Quarterly Update

Form R15, Certificate of Certified Reinsurer

Form R06, Costs of HMO's Indemnification and Nonparticipating Referral Provider Arrangements

Form R18, Home Service Contract Provider Demographic Information and Requirements for Doing Business in Virginia

Form R19, Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangement Policy Verification

Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangement Renewal

PG Annual Renewal

Premium Finance Annual Statement Form

Form R08, Producer-Controlled Insurer Report

Reinsurance Intermediary License Renewal Application

Form R09, Report of Assessable Ocean and Inland Marine Premium

Form R10, Report of Assets Pledged, Hypothecated or Encumbered

Form R12, Request for Information Regarding Reinsurance Intermediaries (RIs)

Form R13, Statement of Material Changes

Form R14, Supplementary Statement of Covered and Uncovered Expenses

Form R16, Surplus Lines Annual Filing Information

Market Regulation Unit Guidance Documents:

Assigned Risk Workers' Compensation Rates, revised April 2016, http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/pc/ar_wcomp.aspx

Common Problems Found during Agent Investigations, revised August 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/comprob.pdf

Common Problems Found during Life and Health Market Conduct Examinations, revised April 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/mkt_conduct/lh_prob.pdf

Common Problems for Real Estate Settlement Agents (RESA), updated periodically, § 55.525.16 and 14VAC5-395, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/resa/agentresa.pdf

Credit Insurance Experience Exhibits Questionnaire, revised January 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/miscforms.aspx

Forms/Reports for Insurers: Long Term Care (14VAC5-200), Small Employer (14VAC5-234), Medicare Supplement (14VAC5-170), and Mandated Benefits (Form MB-1 and instructions) (14VAC5-190)

http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/health/ltcforms.aspx

http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/health/index.aspx

http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/health/medsup.aspx

http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/health/mandben.aspx

Virginia Small Employer Group Health Insurance Medical History Form, September 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/health/index.aspx (currently unavailable)

Letter to Newly Licensed Insurers Advising the Insurers of the Applicable Insurance Rules and Regulations in the Commonwealth of Virginia, revised 2001, (This letter is available upon request from the Forms and Rates Section of the Life and Health Division by calling 804-371-9110.)

Market Issues Identified by the Market Conduct and Consumer Services Section, revised April 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/mkt_conduct/pc_prob.pdf

NAIC Product Review Filing Checklists for Life and Health, revised September 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/health/lh_check.aspx

NAIC Product Review Filing Checklists for Property and Casualty, revised August 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/pc/check/pc_ins_index.pdf

Virginia Bureau of Insurance Rates and Policy Forms Search Engine, 2012, Life and Health, and Property and Casualty, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/SERFFInquiry/default.aspx

Statistical Report Form (VA SRF-2), revised 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/pc/files/stat_rept.pdf

Virginia Property and Casualty Product Requirements Locator, revised July 2013, https://eapps.naic.org/prl/do/search/home

Virginia Property and Casualty Filing Guidelines Handbook, revised June 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/pc/files/pc_handbook.pdf

Workers' Compensation Voluntary Market Loss Costs Multipliers, revised September 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/co/pc/files/wclc_mult.pdf

Administration and Assessment Unit Guidance Documents:

Virginia Assessments Reports for Year Ended December 31, 2015, revised December 2015, http://ex.scctest2new.scc.state.va.us/boi/co/assess/filing.aspx

Administrative Letter 2014-02, Premium Tax and Assessment Practices and Procedures, issued January 28, 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/2014.aspx

Administrative Letter 2010-10, Premium tax and Assessment Practices and Procedures, Replacement of Administrative Letter 2009-10, issued October 4, 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/adminlets/10-10.pdf

Life and Health Consumer Guides:

10 Tips to Help You Understand Your Coverage and Rights under Your Manage Care Health Insurance Plan, revised October 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/tentips.aspx

2015 Choosing a Medigap Policy: A Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare, published December 2013, http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/02110.pdf

2016 Medicare Premiums, Deductibles, and Co-insurance, revised November 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medchange.pdf

2016 Part D Medicare Prescription Drug Plans in Virginia, revised October 2016, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medcaredrug.pdf

2016 Part C Medicare Health Plans in Virginia, revised October 2016, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medcarehlth.pdf

2016 Tax Qualified Long-Term Figures, published November 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ltc_taxqual.pdf

A Shopper's Guide to Cancer Insurance, revised July 2013, (Available upon request from the Life and Health Consumer Services Section by calling 804-371-9691.)

A Buyer's Guide to Long-Term Care Insurance, revised December 2013, (Available upon request from the Life and Health Consumer Services Section by calling 804-371-9691.)

Advance Health Care Directive Registry, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ahd_regis.pdf

Appointment of Authorized Representative, revised July 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/216b.pdf

Consumer Alert - Seniors Beware, Question Credentials of "Senior Specialists," published August 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/srs_beware.pdf

Consumer Assistance - Managed Care Health Insurance Plans, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/mchip.aspx

Consumer Complaint and Outreach Services Brochure, revised June 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/outreach.pdf

Do You Need Long-Term Care Insurance? published July 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_needltc.pdf

Facts about Long-Term Care Insurance in Virginia, revised August 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ltcfacts.pdf

Federal Health Care Reform Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA; Public Law 111-148), revised October 2011, (Available upon request from the Life and Health Consumer Services Section by calling 804-371-9691.)

Forms to Request an Independent External Review of an Adverse Determination, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/ext_review.aspx

Helpful Coverage Tips for Parents of Special Needs Children, revised July 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/specneeds.pdf

Health Insurance: Stay Protected Amid Layoffs, Budget Cuts, revised February 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/hlth_5-9.pdf

Important Information Regarding Medicare Advantage Plan Marketing, revised May 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/adv_mktng.pdf

Know Your Rights Regarding Life and Health Insurance, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/cons/lh_rts.aspx

Life and Health Complaint Form, revised June 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/262/lhinquiry.pdf

Life and Health Options If You Leave or Lose Your Job, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/keep_ins.pdf

Life Insurance: Reviewing Your Policy Important to Securing Your Family's Future, published September 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_lifereview.pdf

Life Insurance: Securing Your Family's Financial Future in Case of Unexpected Death, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_lifealert.pdf

List of Carriers with Recently Approved Individual Stand-Alone Dental Plans, revised October 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs.aspx (select Health Insurance)

List of Carriers with Recently Approved Small Employer Stand-Alone Dental Plans, revised October 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs.aspx (select Health Insurance)

List of Long-Term Care Policies, and Companies with Approved Individual Long-Term Care Partnership Policies, revised April 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ltclist.pdf

List of Carriers with Approved Individual Health Benefit Plans, revised October 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs.aspx (select Health Insurance)

List of Carriers with Approved Small Employer Health Benefit Plans, revised October 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs.aspx (select Health Insurance)

List of Carriers with Recently Approved Stand-Alone Vision Plans - Individual and Group Markets, October 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs.aspx (select Health Insurance)

List of Medicare Supplement and Medicare Select Insurance Companies for Individuals Age 65 or Older, revised Quarterly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medsupcos.pdf

List of Medicare Supplement and Medicare Select Insurance Companies for Individuals under 65 and Eligible for Medicare due to Disability, revised quarterly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medsupcos.pdf

Life Insurance Information for Military Personnel, revised 2008, (Available upon request from the Life and Health Consumer Services Section by calling 804-371-9691.)

Long-Term Care Insurance: The Choice is Yours. Virginia's Long-Term Care Partnership, revised October 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ltcpart_broch.pdf

Long-Term Care Insurance - What You Should Know, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_knowltc.pdf

MCHIP Appeal Process, published July 2003, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/appeal.pdf

NAIC Public Service Announcement for Long-Term Care Insurance, http://www.naic.org/index_ltc_section.htm

Prescription Drug Assistance Program in Virginia, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/cons/sr/index.aspx

Protect Yourself - Purchasing Health Insurance after College Graduation, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_protect.pdf

Special Advisory Commission on Mandated Health Insurance Benefits: Guidelines for the Review of Legislation Mandating Health Insurance Coverage, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/mandated_guidelines.pdf

State Health Exchanges: What You Need to Know to (Re) Enroll, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs.aspx (select Health Insurance)

Tips on Buying Life Insurance, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_lifebuytips.pdf

Tips on Obtaining Out-of-Network Services through Your Managed Care Health Insurance Plan, revised October 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/oontips.pdf

Tips to Help You Appeal a Denial from Your Managed Care Health Insurance Plan (MCHIP), revised October 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/appealtips.pdf

Tips to Help You Appeal an Experimental Investigational Services Denial by Your MCHIP, revised January 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/exptips.pdf

Tips to Help You Appeal a Prescription Medication Denial with Your Managed Care Health Insurance Plan, revised March 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/files/scriptips.pdf

Tips to Help You Understand and Appeal Health Plan Decisions When the Coverage is Self-Insured, revised February 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/omb/selfins_tips.aspx

The Medicine Program - Patient Assistance Programs to Help Those Who Qualify to Receive Free Prescription Medications, http://www.themedicineprogram.com/

Understanding Your Insurance Policy, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_und_plcy.pdf

Virginia Health Insurance Guide for Consumers, revised June 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/conshealth_14.pdf

Virginia Medigap Policies Premium Guide, revised August 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medsup_txt.pdf

Virginia Medigap Premium Charts, updated quarterly, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/medsup_cht.pdf

Virginia Life Insurance Consumer's Guide, revised 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/lifeguide.pdf

Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/cons/sr/vicap.aspx

What to Do If a Health Insurance Company Denies Your Claim, published August 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/naic_deny.pdf

Property and Casualty Consumer Guides:

Auto Insurance Consumer's Guide, revised 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/autoguide.pdf

Seguro de Automoviles, Guia para el Consumidor, revised 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/auto_espanol.pdf

Auto Insurance Sample Premium Tables, revised 2015/2016, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/auto_sampprem.pdf

Consumer Assistance and Outreach Services, revised 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/outreach.pdf

Credit Scoring - How It Affects Your Automobile and Homeowners Insurance, revised 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/creditscor.pdf

Homeowners Insurance Consumer's Guide, revised 2011, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/hoguide.pdf

Seguro para Propietarios de Viviendas - Guia para el Consumidor, revised 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/home_espanol.pdf

Homeowners Insurance Sample Premium Tables, revised 2015/2016, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ho_sampprem.pdf

Renters Insurance Consumer's Guide, revised 2005, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/va_rent.pdf

Seguro para Inquilinos, Guia del Cosumidor, 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/va_inquilar.pdf

State Corporation Commission Bureau of Insurance Consumer Complaint Form, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/263/pc_fill.pdf

Teenager's Guide to Auto Insurance, revised 2006, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/auto_teen.pdf

Title Insurance Consumer's Guide, 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/titleguide.pdf

Virginia Commercial Insurance Consumer's Guide, revised 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/commguide.pdf

When a Disaster Strikes: What to Do after an Insured Commercial Property Loss, revised 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/comm_dis.pdf

When a Disaster Strikes: What to Do after an Insured Homeowners Loss, revised 2012, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pubs/ho_dis.pdf

Forms and Guides Respecting Licensing of Individuals and Agencies:

Form 3001, Application for Individual Insurance License, March 2014, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/550/3001.pdf

Form 4052, Application for Business Entity Insurance License, March 2014, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/580/4052.pdf

Form 4151, Appointment Form, February 2012, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/581/4151.pdf

Form 4921, Appointment Cancellation Form, February 2012, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/582/4921.pdf

Form 5001, Service Request Form, May 2014, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/584/5001.pdf

Licensing Requirements for Corporations, Limited Liability Companies and Partnerships, November 2011, http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/entity_req.pdf

Insurance Consultant Licensing and Renewal Procedures, May 2013, http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/consult.pdf

Nonresident Licensing Procedures, July 2013, http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/nonres.pdf

Surplus Lines Broker Licensing and Renewal Procedures, November 2014, http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/slb_lic.pdf

Viatical Settlement Broker Licensing and Renewal Procedures, September 2012, http://scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/viatical.pdf

Forms for Surplus Lines Insurance:

Form 3001, Application for Individual Insurance License, March 2014, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/550/3001.pdf

Form 4052, Application for Business Entity Insurance License, March 2014, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/580/4052.pdf

Form SLB-2, Bond for Surplus Lines Broker, January 2004, http://scc.virginia.gov/PublicForms/583/slb-2.pdf

Form SLB-8, Annual Assessment Report, revised 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/slb.aspx

Form SLB-9, Notice of Insured, effective September 1996, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/slb.aspx

Forms and Guides Respecting Licensing of Public Adjusters (Individuals and Agencies):

Public Adjuster Licensing, Renewal and Continuing Education Guide, May 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/boi/pro/files/adj_guide.pdf

Form PA-2, Bond for Public Adjusters, July 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/603/pa2bond.pdf

Division of Securities and Retail Franchising

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the State Corporation Commission, Division of Securities and Retail Franchising, 9th Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting Kathy O'Sullivan at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9784, or FAX (804) 371-9911.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Amanda Blanks, Investor Education Coordinator, at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9088, or FAX (804) 371-9911.

Guidance Documents:

Capital Formation Alternatives for Small Business in Virginia, October 2013, www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/smbusalt.aspx

NASAA Statements of Policy, July 2009 (Virginia Securities Act, 21VAC5-30-80), http://law.lis.virginia.gov/admincode/title21/agency5/chapter30/section80

Investor Education Publications:

Securities Consumer's Guide, March 2001 (Virginia Securities Act), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/cons/files/secbook.pdf

Securities Complaint Form, June 2003 (Virginia Securities Act), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/266/complnt.pdf

Virginia Securities Act Forms:

Broker-Dealer

Uniform Application for Broker-Dealer Registration (Form BD), revised January 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Broker-Dealer's Surety Bond (Form S.A. 11), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/269/sa11.pdf

Application for Renewal of a Broker-Dealer's Registration (Form S.A. 2), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/270/sa2.pdf

Uniform Notice of Termination or Withdrawal of Registration as a Broker-Dealer (Form BDW), January 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Affidavit of Undertaking to the Virginia Division of Securities and Retail Franchising (Form AFF 1), April 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Broker-Dealer Agent 

Application for Renewal of Registration as an Agent of an Issuer (Form S.D. 4), 1997, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/271/sd4.pdf

Non-FINRA Broker-Dealer or Issuer Agents to be Renewed Exhibit (Form S.D. 4 A), 1974, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/272/sd4a.pdf

Non-FINRA Broker-Dealer or Issuer Agents to be Canceled with no Disciplinary History (Form S.D. 4 B), 1974, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/273/sd4b.pdf

Non-FINRA Broker-Dealer or Issuer Agents to be Canceled with Disciplinary History (Form S.D. 4 C), 1974, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/274/sd4c.pdf

Uniform Application for Securities Industry Registration or Transfer (Form U-4), May 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Uniform Termination Notice for Securities Industry Registration (Form U-5), May 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Agent Multiple Employment Agreement (Form S.A. 16), July 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/276/sa16.pdf

Affidavit Regarding SCOR Offering (Form Aff), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/275/scoraff.pdf

Investment Advisor

Uniform Application for Registration of Investment Advisors (Form ADV), July 2010, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

IA Surety Bond Form (Form IA-sure), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/277/iasb.pdf

Notice of Withdrawal from Registration as Investment Advisor (Form ADV-W), October 2003, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Affidavit of Understanding to the Virginia Division of Securities and Retail Franchising (Form AFF 2), April 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Affidavit of Understanding to the Virginia Division of Securities and Retail Franchising (Form AFF 3), April 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Investment Advisor Representative

Uniform Application for Securities Industry Registration or Transfer (Form U-4), May 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Uniform Termination Notice for Securities Industry Registration (Form U-5), May 2009, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Investment Advisor Representative Multiple Employment Agreement (Form S.A. 15), July 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/279/sa15.pdf

Affidavit for Waiver of Examination (Form S.A. 3), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/278/sa3.pdf

Securities Registration

Intrastate Crowdfunding Exemption (ICE) Notice Filing Form (Form ICE), July 2015, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/625/ice.docm

Uniform Application to Register Securities (Form U-1), July 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/280/u1.pdf

Uniform Consent to Service of Process (Form U-2), July 1981, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/281/u2.pdf

Uniform Form of Corporate Resolution (Form U-2a), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/282/u2a.pdf

Small Company Offering Registration (SCOR) (Form U-7), September 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Registration by Notification - Original Issue (Form S.A. 4), November 1996, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/283/sa4.pdf

Registration by Notification - Non-Issuer Distribution (Form S.A. 5), November 1996, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/284/sa5.pdf

Registration by Notification - Pursuant to 21VAC5-30-50 Non-Issuer Distribution "Secondary Trading" (Form S.A. 6), 1989, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/285/sa6.pdf

Registration by Qualification (Form S.A. 8), July 1991, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/286/sa8.pdf

Escrow Agreement (Form # S.A. 12), 1971, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/287/sa12.pdf

Impounding Agreement (Form S.A. 13), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/288/sa13.pdf

Notice of Limited Offering of Securities (Form VA-1), November 1996, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/289/va1.pdf

Uniform Investment Company Notice Filing (Form NF), April 1997, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/290/nf.pdf

Notice of Exempt Offering of Securities (Form SEC Form D), revised September 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/srf/bus/forms.aspx

Model Accredited Investor Exemption Uniform Notice of Transaction Form (Form Model Form), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/291/model.pdf

Application for Coordinated State Review - Coordinated Review-Equity (Form CR-Equity-1), August 2003, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/292/cr_equity1.pdf

Small Business Securities Offering Application for Mid-Atlantic Regional Review Form (Form CR-SCOR Mid-Atlantic), May 2002, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/293/cr_scor.pdf

Virginia Retail Franchising Act Forms:

Uniform Franchise Registration Application (Form A), July 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/294/forma.pdf

Franchisor's Costs and Sources of Funds (Form B), July 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/295/formb.pdf

Uniform Franchise Consent to Service of Process (Form C), July 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/296/formc.pdf

Affidavit of Compliance - Franchise Amendment and Renewal (Form E), July 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/298/forme.pdf

Guarantee of Performance (Form F), March 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/299/formf.pdf

Franchisor's Surety Bond (Form G), July 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/300/formg.pdf

Notice of Claim of Exemption (Form H), July 2008, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/301/formh.pdf

Escrow Agreement (Form # K), July 2007, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/302/formk.pdf

Application for Coordinated Review of Franchise Registration (Form CR-FRAN), June 1999, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/303/cr_fran.pdf

Virginia Trademark Act Forms:

Application for Registration of a Trademark or Service Mark (Form TM1), November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/304/tmapp.pdf

Application for Renewal Registration of a Trademark or Service Mark (Form TM2), November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/305/tm2.pdf

Certificate of Name Change of an Applicant or Registrant (Form TM3), November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/306/tm3.pdf

Assignment of Trademark or Service Mark Registration (Sample TM4), November 2014, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/307/tm4.pdf

Division of Utility and Railroad Safety

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the office of the State Corporation Commission, Division of Utility and Railroad Safety, 4th Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218. Copies may be obtained at a charge of $ .50 per page. To obtain copies, contact Renee Salmon at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9947, FAX (804) 371-9734, or email renee.salmon@scc.virginia.gov. Some of the documents may be downloaded from the division website at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/pubs.aspx.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to James Hotinger, Assistant Director, Division of Utility and Railroad Safety, 1300 East Main Street, 4th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-9843, FAX (804) 371-9734, or email james.hotinger@scc.virginia.gov. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197.

Outreach Documents:

Marking Color Code Card, 2 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/colorcode.pdf

Virginia Professional Excavator's Manual, revised April 2014, 90 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/exman.pdf

Virginia Care Brochure: A Guide for Safe Excavation or Demolition, July 2011, 2 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/carebroch.pdf

Virginia Underground Utility Marking Standards, February 2014, 24 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/va_uums.pdf

Exposing Underground Utility Lines Requirements and Best Practices, August 2005, 11 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/exp_bp.pdf

Impact Mole Requirements and Best Practices, January 2011, 14 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/imole_bp.pdf

Trenchless Excavation Requirements and Best Practices, January 2011, 14 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/te.pdf

Plumbers Beware: A Safety Precautions Brochure, July 2007, 2 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/plumber.pdf

Coloring Book for Children: Wally's Digging Adventure, 20 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/color.pdf

For copies of the following DVDs, email vadamageprevention@scc.virginia.gov:

Dig with C.A.R.E. Keep Virginia Safe, Training DVD, English and Spanish versions, August 2008

Dig With C.A.R.E. Keep Virginia Safe, Requirements and Best Practices for Trenchless Excavation, Training DVD, English and Spanish versions, January 2011

Wally's Digging Adventure DVD, July 2010. A children's DVD for use in conjunction with the Wally's Digging Adventure Coloring Book for Children.

Advisory Committee Information:

Damage Prevention Advisory Committee Bylaws, July 2009, § 56-265.31 et seq., 5 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/bylaws.pdf

La información en Español:

CARE Folleto: Virginia Guía para Excavar o Demoler sin Peligro, May 2007, 2 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/folleto.pdf

Tarjeta de Codigo de Colores, 2 pages, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/urs/mutility/docs/colores.pdf

Division of Utility Accounting and Finance

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the Virginia State Corporation Commission, Division of Utility Accounting and Finance, 1300 East Main Street, 4th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197. Contact Yolanda Suitte at (804) 371-9700 to make an appointment. Copies may be obtained at the cost of $ .50 per page.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Kimberly Pate, Director, or Kent Peterson, Patrick Carr, Kathleen Cummings, or Lawrence T. Oliver, Deputy Directors, Division of Utility Accounting and Finance, 1300 East Main Street, 4th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-9950, or FAX (804) 371-9447. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197. Some of the listed documents may be downloaded from the Division of Utility Accounting and Finance Section on the State Corporation Commission's website at http://www.scc.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

Hard copies are available. Contact the Division of Utility Accounting and Finance at (804) 371-9950 or by email at accounting@scc.virginia.gov.

Uniform System of Accounts for Telecommunications Companies, Part 32 of Federal Communications Commission Rules and Regulations, revised October 1, 2014 § 56-249

Uniform System of Accounts for Electric Utilities, Part 101 promulgated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, revised April 1, 2015, § 56-249

Uniform System of Accounts for Natural Gas Companies, Part 201 promulgated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, revised April 1, 2015, § 56-249

Uniform System of Accounts for Class A Water Utilities, promulgated by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, revised 1996, 144 pages, § 56-249

Uniform System of Accounts for Class C Water Utilities, promulgated by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, revised 1996, 62 pages, § 56-249

Uniform System of Accounts for Class A Wastewater Utilities, promulgated by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, revised 1996, 145 pages, § 56-249

Uniform System of Accounts for Class C Wastewater Utilities, promulgated by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, revised 1996, 61 pages, § 56-249

Accounting Requirements for Rural Utilities Service Electric Borrowers, Electric Cooperatives, Part 1767 promulgated by the Department of Agriculture, revised January 1, 2015, § 56-249

Forms for Annual Reports:

Annual Financial and Operating Report for Electric Companies, consisting of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Form 1 and supplemental schedules, § 56-249. Length of report varies by company.

Annual Financial and Operating Report for Gas Companies, consisting of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Form 2 and supplemental schedules, § 56-249. Length of report varies by company.

Annual Financial and Operating Report for Telephone Companies, § 56-249. Length of report varies by company, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/TelephoneRequestForm_resp.aspx

Annual Financial and Operating Report for Class A Water and/or Sewer Companies, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Form, § 56-249. Length of report varies by company.

Annual Financial and Operating Report for Class C Water and/or Sewer Companies, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Form, § 56-249. Length of report varies by company, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/WaterRequestForm_resp.aspx

Guidelines:

Guidelines for Filing Affiliate/Merger Applications (Title 56, Chapter 4, Regulation of Relations with Affiliated Interests; and Title 56, Chapter 5, Utility Transfers Act), http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/ch4ch5.aspx

Revised Guidelines for Filing Chapter 4 Applications, 6 pages, §§ 56-76 through 56-87, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/ch4ch5.aspx

Revised Guidelines for Filing Chapter 5 Applications, 3 pages, §§ 56-88 through 56-92, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/ch4ch5.aspx

Supplemental Guidelines for Filing Chapter 5 Applications under Streamlined Review, 1 page, §§ 56-88 through 56-92, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/ch4ch5.aspx

Chapter 4 - Transaction Summary - Affiliate Transactions, 7 pages, §§ 56-76 through 56-87, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/ch4ch5.aspx

Chapter 5 - Transaction Summary - Utilities Transfers Act, 11 pages, §§ 56-88 through 56-92, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/ch4ch5.aspx

Interest Rate to be Paid on Customer Deposits, updated December 15, 2015, 20VAC5-10-20, updated annually, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/fileguide.aspx

Instructions for Filing Securities Applications by Investor-Owned Utilities, revised June 20, 2000, § 56-60, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/fileguide.aspx

Instructions for Filing Securities Applications by Electric Cooperative Utilities, revised June 20, 2000, § 56-60, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/fileguide.aspx

Instructions for Submitting Annual Financing Plans by Investor-Owned Utilities, revised June 20, 2000, § 56-56, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/fileguide.aspx

Instructions for Submitting Annual Financing Plans by Electric Cooperative Utilities, June 20, 2000, § 56-56, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/uaf/fileguide.aspx

Division of Public Service Taxation

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the State Corporation Commission, Office of the Public Service Taxation Division, Tyler Building, 4th Floor, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting Dee Deskins at the same address, telephone (804) 371-9855, FAX (804) 371-9797, or email dee.deskins@scc.virginia.gov. Many of these forms are available on the website at http://www.scc.virginia.gov/pst.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Dee Deskins, Principal Utility Appraiser, Public Service Taxation Division, State Corporation Commission, Tyler Building, 4th Floor, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-9855, (FAX) 804 371-9797, or email dee.deskins@scc.virginia.gov. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197.

Guidance Documents:

CCTD-1, State Tax Bills, all updated annually, Chapter 26 of Title 58.1 (Contact the Division of Public Service Taxation at (804) 371-9855.)

CCTD-3, Tax Report, Electric Companies, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2628, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/129/etax.pdf

CCTD-6, Tax Report, Telecommunications Companies, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2628, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/143/teltax.pdf

CCTD-7, Tax Report, Gas Companies, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2628, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/133/gtax.pdf

CCTD-8, Tax Report, Water Companies, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2628, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/145/wtax.pdf

CCTD-9, Report of Certificated Motor Vehicle Carriers for the Assessment of Rolling Stock, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2654, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/137/rolstock.pdf

CCTD-10, Report for Special Tax on Common Carriers by Motor Vehicle, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2663, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/135/mctax.pdf

CCTD-11, Report for Special Tax on Virginia Pilots' Association, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2663, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/139/patax.pdf

CCTD-12, Report of Railroad Companies - Statement of Gross Transportation Receipts, revised December 2014, § 58.1-2663, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/141/rrtax.pdf

CCTD-ET-1, Declaration of Estimated Gross Receipts Tax, December 2014, §§ 58.1-2640 and 58.1-2647, (Contact the Division of Public Service Taxation at (804) 371-9855.)

CCTD-EUCT, Electric Utility Consumption Tax Monthly Report, revised January 2010, §§ 58.1-2901 and 58.1-2902, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/131/emon.pdf

CCTD-NGCT, Natural Gas Consumption Tax Monthly Report, revised January 2010, §§ 58.1-2905 and 58.1-2906, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/132/gmon.pdf

Real Estate Transaction Form Purchase/Conveyance, 2013, § 58.1-2628, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/128/restran.pdf

Motor Vehicle Carriers, Urban-Suburban Statement for Special Tax Exemption, 1963, § 58.1-2660, (Contact the Division of Public Service Taxation at (804) 371-9855.)

Application for Registration as a Payphone Service Provider, revised December 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/147/psp.pdf

Application for Registration as an Operator Service Provider, revised December 2013, http://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/149/osp.pdf

State Corporation Commission Annual Reports:

The State Corporation Commission issues an annual report each year that contains the leading matters disposed of by formal orders that year. The annual reports of the commission may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the State Corporation Commission, Clerk's Office, 1st Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Annual Reports for the years 2002 through 2014 are available on the commission website at http://scc.virginia.gov/comm/an_rept.aspx.

Questions regarding interpretation of the annual reports may be directed to Joel H. Peck, Clerk of the Commission, State Corporation Commission, 1st Floor, Tyler Building, 1300 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 371-9834, toll-free in Virginia (866) 722-2551, or FAX (804) 371-9912. The mailing address is P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, VA 23218-1197.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

Copies of guidance documents may be viewed at Department of Corrections headquarters during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at 6900 Atmore Drive, Richmond, VA 23225.

Copies of guidance documents may be obtained at a cost of $ .10 per page by contacting Jim Bruce, Regulatory Coordinator, at the above address, telephone (804) 887-8215, or email james.bruce@vadoc.virginia.gov. Interpretive or implementation questions may be directed to the same contact.

Guidance documents may also be viewed and printed, at no cost, at the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall at http://www.townhall.virginia.gov or by using the links below.

Guidance Documents:

[BOC Policy 10-1] Board of Corrections Policy Process, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 10-2] Board of Corrections Regulations, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 10-3] Equal Employment Opportunity, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 10-4] Budget, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 10-7] Negotiations with Low Bidder, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 10-8] Volunteer Program, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 20-7] Inmate Pay, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 20-8] Extending Limits of Confinement for Work and Educational Programs, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 20-9] Good Conduct Allowance and Earned Sentence Credits, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 20-10] Agribusiness, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 20-11] Correctional Enterprises, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 20-13] Offender Co-Payment Program for Health Care Services, (1/1/12)

[BOC Policy 20-14] Offender Health Records, (1/1/12)

[BOC Policy 30-1] Local Correctional Facility Standards, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 30-2] Furlough, Work, Educational and Rehabilitative Releases from Local Correctional Facilities, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 30-5] Purchase of Services Authorized, (1/1/12)

[BOC Policy 30-6] Cost of Maintenance of Jails, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 30-7] Regional Contracts for Cooperative Jailing of Offenders, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 30-8] Community Facilities for Offenders, (6/1/13)

[BOC Policy 30-9] Approval for Jail Construction and Reimbursement, (6/1/13)

[Compliance Jail 2013] Compliance Documentation for Jails effective 7/1/13 audits, (12/13/12)

[Compliance Jail 2015] Compliance Documentation for Jails effective 1/1/15 audits, (11/10/14)

[Compliance LU 2013] Compliance Documentation for Lockups effective 7/1/13, (12/13/12)

[Joint Policy 1-1] Graduated Release from Confinement, (6/1/13)

BOARD OF COUNSELING

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the offices of the Department of Health Professions, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Henrico, VA 23233. Copies may also be downloaded from the board's webpage at http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/counseling or the Regulatory Town Hall at http://www.townhall.virginia.gov or requested by email at coun@dhp.virginia.gov. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents or requests for copies may be directed to Jaime Hoyle, Executive Director of the Board, at the address above or by telephone at (804) 367-4610. Copies are free of charge.

Guidance Documents:

http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/counseling/counseling_guidelines.htm

115-1.1, Possible Disciplinary or Alternative Actions for Noncompliance with Continuing Education Requirements, revised May 1, 2015

115-1.2, Bylaws of the Board, revised November 15, 2013

115-1.3, Meeting Degree Program Requirements for Licensure, revised April 1, 2010

115-1.4, Guidance on Technology-Assisted Counseling and Technology-Assisted Supervision, revised November 13, 2015

115-1.5, Instruction Manual for Use of Sanction Reference Points in Disciplinary Cases, adopted June 5, 2009

115-1.7, Applicants Whose Degree Programs Do Not Meet Requirements of 18VAC115-20-49B, adopted August 24, 2012

115-1.8, Examinations Approved by the Board for Rehabilitation Provider Certification, adopted September 11, 2015

115-2, Impact of Criminal Convictions, Impairment, and Past History on Licensure or Certification, adopted November 15, 2013

115-2.1, Excerpt from 1987 Newsletter, Guidance That Hypnosis Is an Appropriate Counseling Tool, re-adopted August 8, 2008

115-2.2, Guidance on Participation by Substance Abuse Counselors in Planned Interventions, revised November 13, 2015

115-4.1, Evidence of Clinical Practice for Licensure by Endorsement, adopted August 7, 2009

115-4.3, Direct Client Contact Hours in an Internship That Can Be Applied towards the Residency, adopted February 19, 2010

115-4.11, Board Guidance on Use of Confidential Consent Agreements, February 27, 2004

115-5, Board Guidance on the Process of Conducting Informal Fact-Finding Proceedings by an Agency Subordinate, revised September, 2010

115-6, Coursework Necessary to Begin Supervision for Licensure as a Professional Counselor, adopted February 18, 2011

115-7, Supervised Experience for the Delivery of Clinical Services for Professional Counselor Licensure, revised November 13, 2015

DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. in the office of the Department of Criminal Justice Services, 1100 Bank Street, 12th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219, http://www.dcjs.virginia.gov. Copies may be obtained by contacting Shannon Dion at the above address, telephone (804) 225-4300, FAX (804) 786-0588, or email shannon.dion@dcjs.virginia.gov. Copies of guidance documents are free and can be accessed on the agency's website or Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Shannon Dion at the above address, telephone (804) 225-4300, FAX (804) 786-0588, or email shannon.dion@dcjs.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

5460, Guidance for School Systems in the Event That Victims Arise from an Emergency, 11/25/2013

5461, Threat Assessment in Virginia Public Schools: Model Policies, Procedures and Guidelines, 11/17/2013

5462, Governor's School and Campus Safety Task Force - Legislation and Summary of Requirements for Schools - 2013, 7/17/2013

5464, Guidance on School Safety Inspection Checklist, 8/8/2013

5465, Guidance on Emergency Manager Designee, 11/17/2013

5469, Certified Crime Prevention Community Program Manual, 12/31/2009

5470, Certified Crime Prevention Community Program Recertification Guidelines, 12/31/2009

5482, Guidance Documents for Comprehensive Community Corrections Act and Pretrial Services Act, 2013, 12/31/2013

5483, Local Community-based Probation and Pretrial Services Grant Application Guide for FY 2015–2016 Continuation Funding, 2/27/2015

5943, Forfeited Asset Sharing Program Manual, 7/1/2015

Criminal Justice Services Board

5124, Virginia Criminal Justice Training Reference Manual, 9/1/2012

5459, Virginia Juvenile Law Handbook for School Administrators, 5/13/2015

5463, 2015 School Safety Inspection Checklist for Virginia Public Schools, 6/24/2015

5468, Critical Incident Response for School Faculty and Staff, 2/20/2015

5481, CASA/CJA Advisory Committee Guidance Policy for Court Appointed Special Advocates Programs, 12/31/2013

5618, Virginia Juvenile Justice Training Reference Manual, 7/30/2015

5693, Virginia Criminal Justice Training Reference Manual for Basic Corrections Officer, 9/17/2015

5851, Field Training Officer Requirements, 11/19/2015

5852, Guidance for Divisionwide Safety Audit Committee Formation and Responsibilities, 1/21/2014

5853, Guidance for Technical Assistance for Threat Assessment and Management Teams for Virginia Schools and Institutions of Higher Education, 2/10/2015

5854, Guidance for Threat Assessment Teams and Reporting, 2/10/2015

5855, Virginia Educator's Guide to Conducting Emergency Drills, 5/16/2015

5859, 2015 School Crisis, Emergency Management and Medical Response Plan, 8/3/2015

5860, 2015 School Crisis, Emergency Management and Medical Response Plan Quick Guide, 8/3/2015

VIRGINIA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND

Copies of the following documents may be viewed on regular work days from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Superintendent's Office of the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind, 104 VSDB Drive, Staunton, VA 24402-2069. Copies may be obtained free of charge by contacting Jane Nessar at P.O. Box 2069, Staunton, VA 24402, by telephone (540) 332-9000, FAX (540) 332-9042, or email jane.nessar@vsdb.k12.va.us.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to Patricia Trice, Superintendent, P.O. Box 2069, Staunton, VA 24402-2069, telephone (540) 332-9216, FAX (540) 332-9042, or email patricia.trice@vsdbs.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

VSDB Policy Manual

Program of Studies

Student Handbook and Code of Conduct

VSDB Board of Visitors Bylaws, revised March 2010

BOARD OF DENTISTRY

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8:15 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the offices of the Department of Health Professions, 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 300, Henrico, VA 23233. Copies may also be downloaded from the board's webpage at http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/dentistry or the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall at http://www.townhall.virginia.gov or requested by email at denbd@dhp.virginia.gov. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents or requests for copies may be directed to Sandra K. Reen, Executive Director of the Board, at the address above or by telephone at (804) 367-4538. Copies are free of charge.

Guidance Documents:

http://www.dhp.virginia.gov/dentistry/dentistry_guidelines.htm

60-1, Board Policy on Confidential Consent Agreements, revised September 13, 2013

60-2, Sanction Reference Point Instruction Manual, revised December 11, 2015

60-3, Periodic Inspection of Sedation and Anesthesia in Dental Offices, revised December 11, 2015

60-4, Questions and Answers about Sedation, revised December 11, 2015

60-5, Sanctioning for Violations for Continuing Education Requirements, revised December 11, 2015

60-6, Policy on Sanctioning for Practicing with an Expired License, revised December 11, 2015

60-7, Chart on Delegable Duties for Dental Assistants, revised March 9, 2012

60-8, Educational Requirements for Dental Assistant II, revised December 11, 2015

60-9, Code of Conduct for Board Members, June 12, 2009

60-10, Policy on Sanctioning for Failure to Comply with Advertising Guidelines, revised December 11, 2015

60-11, Guidance on Treatment of Patient if Fees Not Paid, revised September 12, 2008

60-12, Board Guidance on Administration of Topical Oral Fluorides by Dental Hygienists in the Virginia Department of Health, revised September 7, 2007

60-14, Bylaws of the Board of Dentistry, revised March 7, 2013

60-15, Standards for Professional Conduct in the Practice of Dentistry, revised March 13, 2015

60-17, Policy on Recovery of Disciplinary Costs, revised December 11, 2015

60-18, Dental Laboratory Work Order, revised December 11, 2015

60-19, Dental Laboratory Subcontractor Work Order, adopted December 7, 2012

60-20, Guidance on Radiation Certification, revised December 11, 2015

60-22, Policy on Sanctioning for Failure to Comply with Insurance and Billing Practices, revised December 11, 2015

60-23, Policy on Teledentistry, adopted December 11, 2015

76-24.3, Inspection Report for Dental Offices, revised December 11, 2015

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

For copies of documents, please contact Melissa Luchau at the Virginia Department of Education, P.O. Box 2120, Richmond, VA 23218-2120, telephone (804) 225-2924, FAX (804) 225-2524, or email melissa.luchau@doe.virginia.gov. Questions may also be directed to Melissa Luchau.

Guidance Documents:

Adult Education

High School Equivalency (HSE) Examination Guidelines, 9/10/2015

Assessment

Limited English Proficient Students: Guidelines for Participation in the Standards of Learning Assessments, 12/30/2010

Process for School Divisions to Submit Locally-Developed and/or Selected English Language Proficiency Assessments for Board Approval, 1/30/2003

Protocol for State-Directed Investigations of Testing Irregularities, 4/30/2008

Guidelines for Local Alternative Assessments for 2014-2015, 9/18/2014

Guidelines for Instruction-Based Assessments, 12/31/2004

Eligibility Criteria for Expedited Retakes on Spring 2015 Grades 3 through 8 Non-Writing Standards of Learning Tests, 3/26/2015

Employment and Licensing

Guidelines for Mentor Teachers Programs, 6/30/2000

Virginia License Renewal Manual, 1/19/2011

Hiring of Retired Public School Teachers and Administrators for Critical Shortage Areas, 8/7/2001

The Virginia Requirements of Quality and Effectiveness for Beginning Teacher Mentor Programs in Hard-to-Staff Schools, 6/30/2004

Virginia's High Objective Uniform State Standard of Evaluation (HOUSSE) for Experienced Teachers, 4/30/2005

Virginia's Definition of Alternate Route for Highly Qualified Teachers, 4/30/2004

Virginia Requirements to be a Highly Qualified Special Education Teacher, 9/30/2006

Virginia High Objective Uniform State Standard of Evaluation (HOUSSE) for Visiting International Faculty (VIF) Cultural Exchange Teachers, 3/30/2007

Guidelines for Prescribed Professional Teacher's Examinations, 1/8/2011

High-Quality Professional Development Criteria, 4/30/2004

Criteria for Implementing Experiential Learning Credits for Alternate Route Applicants Seeking Initial Licensure, 10/30/2005

Policy Statement for Implementing in Virginia Approved Programs the Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment, 11/30/2005

Virginia Standards for the Professional Practice of Teachers, 4/28/2011

Advancing Virginia's Leadership Agenda Guidance Document: Standards and Indicators for School Leaders and Documentation for the Principal of Distinction (Level II) Administration and Supervision Endorsement, 9/27/2012

Guidelines Pertaining to the Employment of Substitute Teachers, 3/24/2011

Guidelines for Uniform Performance Standards and Evaluation Criteria for Teachers, 7/23/2015

Guidelines for Uniform Performance Standards and Evaluation Criteria for Superintendents, 7/23/2015

Guidelines for Uniform Performance Standards and Evaluation Criteria for Principals, 7/23/2015

Guidelines for Distributing National Board Incentive Awards, 6/28/2012

Elementary and Secondary Education Act

Guidelines for Implementation of No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Public School Choice Requirements, 11/30/2002

Criteria for the Providers of Supplemental Educational Services Under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, 11/30/2002

Finance and Operations

Use of Literary Fund Proceeds, 6/29/2007

Guidelines for Establishing Joint or Regional Continuation High Schools or Programs, 5/28/2004

Eligibility Criteria and Procedures for Supplemental Funding for School Divisions in the Commonwealth of Virginia That Enter Into Cost-Saving or Service-Sharing Agreements, 7/23/2009

Criteria for Making Distributions from the Public Charter School Fund, 1/10/2008

Flag/Moment of Silence

Guidelines on the Recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, Including Guidelines for Appropriate Etiquette and Conventions for Respecting the Dignity of the Flag, 7/26/2001

Guidelines on the Minute of Silence Requirements, 6/13/2000

Guidelines Concerning Religious Activity in Public Schools, 12/30/1995

Instruction

Guidelines for the K-3 Record for Reading and Mathematics, 5/30/2003

Objectives for Personal Living and Finance, 12/30/2006

Criteria for Character Education, 7/26/2012

Curriculum and Administrative Guide for Driver Education in Virginia, 12/30/2010

Guidelines for Banking-In-School Demonstration Partnership Programs, 12/30/2006

Virginia Plan for the Gifted, 12/30/2006

Procedures for Initiating Academic Year Governor's Schools, 1/30/1999

Homebound Instructional Services Guidelines, 2/1/2012

Criteria for Establishing Governor's Career and Technical Academies, 1/30/2008

Guidelines for Alternatives to Animal Dissection, 7/30/2004

Virginia's Definition of School Readiness, 4/30/2008

Criteria and Process for Adoption of Instructional Models/Programs That Include Instructional Methods to Satisfy Provisions in Regulations Establishing Accrediting Standards for Public Schools in Virginia, 1/30/2004

Revisions to the Terminology Used in the Criteria and Disclaimers to Identify and Select Instructional Interventions in Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia, 2/5/2007

Standards for the Governor's Career and Technical Education Exemplary Standards Awards Program, 5/30/2008

World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA) English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards, 3/30/2008

Criteria and Process for the Board of Education to Review Charter School Applications, 6/28/2012

Application for College Partnership Laboratory Schools and the Procedures for Receiving, Reviewing, and Ruling on College Partnership Laboratory School Applications, 10/25/2012

Guidelines and Standards of Learning for Family Life Education, 7/1/2011

Virginia's Textbook Review Process, 3/24/2011

Guidelines for Local Textbook Approval, 9/22/2011

List of Board of Education Regulations Identified as Waivable for Charter School Purposes, 6/30/1999

Guidelines for Academic and Career Plans, 9/17/2009

Guidelines for Awarding Differentiated Numbers of Verified Credit for Career and Technical Education Certification and Licensure Examinations, 12/31/2002

Growth Indicators in Response to the 2013 Acts of Assembly, 7/25/2013

Physical Education Program Guidelines for Public Elementary and Middle Schools, 11/21/2013

Industry, Professional, or Trade Association Certification Examinations and Occupational Competency Assessments to Meet Requirements for Board of Education's Career and Technical Education and Advanced Mathematics and Technology Seals, 4/23/2015

High School to Work Partnerships Guidelines and Model Liability Waiver, 6/26/2014

Responsive Instruction: Refining Our Work of Teaching All Children, 10/31/2007

Guidelines for the Use of Computer Science Courses to Satisfy Graduation Requirements, 1/22/2015

Guidelines for Graduation Requirements: Local Alternative Paths to Standard Units of Credit (Alternatives to the 140 Clock-Hour Requirement), 10/22/2015

Guidelines for Using Supplementary Written Materials to Teach the Documents of Virginia History and the United States Constitution, 1/22/2015

Guidelines for Issuing a Virginia Seal of Biliteracy, 6/25/2015

Military

Guidelines for Honorary High School Diplomas for Veterans of World War II, The Korean War, and the Vietnam War, 10/25/2010

School Calendar

Guidelines for Considering and Approving Requests for Pre-Labor Day Openings, 3/28/2013

School Facilities

Model Guidelines for the Wearing of Uniforms in Public Schools, 7/1/1996

Guidelines for School Facilities in Virginia's Public Schools, 9/1/2013

School Improvement

Criteria for Review of Private Educational Management Companies, 4/1/2005

Guidelines for School Division Rewards Allowable under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, 7/30/2004

Guidelines for Sanctions/Corrective Actions for Virginia School Divisions in Improvement Status as Required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, 10/30/2004

Academic Review Process, 9/27/2012

Criteria for the Virginia Index of Performance, 10/24/2013

Division-Level Academic Review Process, 10/25/2012

School Nutrition

Annual Agreement to Participate in the School Nutrition Programs, 5/30/2014

Resolution to Establish and Define Exemptions for School Sponsored Fundraisers Pending Incorporation in the Proposed Regulations Governing Nutritional Guidelines for Competitive Foods Available for Sale in the Public Schools, 11/19/2015

School Safety

Student Conduct Policy Guidelines, 1/22/2015

Virginia School Search Resource Guide, Including Student Search Guidelines, 10/1/2000

Guidance for Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs in School Nutrition Programs, 10/11/2002

Guidelines for Management of the Student's Scholastic Record, 5/1/2004

Model Guidelines for School Attendance for Children with Human Immunodeficiency Virus, 12/30/1990

Virginia School Health Guidelines, 5/1/1999

Model School Crisis and Emergency Management Plan, 11/30/2007

School Safety Audit Protocol, 7/30/2000

Policy Regarding Medication Recommendation by School Personnel, 8/16/2002

Persistently Dangerous Schools and Unsafe School Choice Option, 4/30/2003

Guidelines for Managing Asthma: A Team Approach, 7/1/2003

Guidelines for Specialized Health Care Procedures, 12/30/2004

Manual for Training Public School Employees in the Administration of Insulin and Glucagon, 11/1/2011

Guidelines for Student Drug-Testing in the Public Schools, 6/30/2004

Guidelines for the Development of Policies and Procedures for Managing Student Behaviors in Emergency Situations: Focusing on Physical Restraint and Seclusion, 11/30/2005

Guidelines for the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct and Abuse in Virginia Public Schools, 3/24/2011

Guidelines for Policies on Concussions in Student-Athletes, 1/22/2015

Elementary School Gun Safety Guidelines and Curriculum, 7/31/2011

Persistently Dangerous Schools Identification Process and Criteria, 4/29/2003

Model Policy to Address Bullying in Virginia's Schools, 10/24/2013

Guidelines for School Division Policy Regarding Service Dogs in Virginia's Public Schools, 12/31/2011

Resource Document for Local Screening Requirements in Virginia's Public Schools, 9/30/2009

Guidelines for Recognition and Treatment of Anaphylaxis in the School Setting, 12/30/2014

The Manual for the Training of Public School Employees in the Administration of Medication, 6/1/2012

Guidelines for Seizure Management, 12/31/2010

Standards of Accreditation

Guidelines Establishing an Incentive Program to Encourage and Recognize School Accountability Performance and Competence to Excellence, 7/30/2007

Guidelines Governing Certain Provisions of the Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia, 1/13/2011

Process by which Locally Prescribed Graduation Requirements that Exceed the Requirements in 8VAC20-131-50 of the Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in Virginia May Be Amended or Discontinued, 11/17/2011

Interpretation of Regulations for Certain Transfer Students, 12/20/2002

A-F School Grading Formula, 11/21/2013

Substitute Tests for Verified Credit - Effective Beginning 2014-2015 School Year, 1/16/2014

Guidance for the Determination of the New Accreditation Rating: "Partially Accredited," 10/22/2015

Special Education

Guidelines for the Participation of Students with Disabilities in the State Accountability System, 11/30/2010

Discipline of Students with Disabilities, 12/30/2010

Your Family's Special Education Rights - Virginia Procedural Safeguards Notice, 9/30/2013

Individual Student Alternative Education Plan (ISAEP) Program Guidelines, 9/27/2012

Required Modifications to Local Procedures and Policies (Special Education), 11/30/2009

Alternative Special Education Staffing Plan Procedures, 1/30/2001

Procedures for Receiving and Resolving Complaints which Allege Violation of Federal and State Laws and Regulations Pertaining to Children with Disabilities, 2/25/2000

Guidelines for Schools for Students with Disabilities Fund, 6/30/2007

Training Standards for Paraprofessionals Assigned to Work with a Teacher Who Has Primary Oversight of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, 1/10/2013

Standard Diploma Credit Accommodations for Students with Disabilities, 3/28/2013

Guidelines for Educating Students with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD), 10/4/2013

Parent's Guide to Special Education, 12/31/2010

Parents' Guide to Special Education Dispute Resolution, 12/31/2008

Guidance on Prior Written Notice in the Special Education Process, 5/31/2013

Guidance for Military Families with Students in Special Education, 8/31/2014

Guidance Document on Manifestation Determination New Requirements, 11/30/2006

Extended School Year Services, 12/31/2007

Guidance Document on the Implementation of the Regulations Governing Special Education Programs for Children with Disabilities in Virginia, 8/31/2009

Guidance Document for Implementing New Special Education Requirements for the Definition of Parent, 5/31/2009

Guidelines for School Division Transfer of Assistive Technology Devices, 9/6/2013

Functional Behavioral Assessment, Behavior Intervention Plans and Positive Intervention and Supports, 12/31/2009

Guidelines for Working with Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired in Virginia Public Schools, 12/31/2010

Guidelines for Working with Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in Virginia Public Schools, 2/1/2012

Speech-Language Pathology Services in the Schools: Guidelines for Best Practice, 12/31/2011

Educational Interpreting Services, 12/31/2010

Guidance on Evaluation and Eligibility for the Special Education Process, 10/7/2013

Guidance Document for Standards-based IEPs, 2/22/2011

Special Education in Local and Regional Jails: Guidelines for Best Practice, 4/1/2012

The Virginia Paraprofessional Guide to Supervision and Collaboration with Paraprofessionals: A Partnership, 6/1/2005

Guidance for the Development of Postsecondary Goals, 1/31/2011

Transfer of Rights for Students with Disabilities upon Reaching the Age of Majority in Virginia, 5/1/2012

Handbook for Occupational and Physical Therapy Services in the Public Schools of Virginia, 12/31/2010

Handbook for Educators of Students Who Are English Language Learners with Suspected Disabilities, 12/31/2009

Students with Disabilities: Guidelines for Assessment Participation, 9/1/2014

Guidelines for Educating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, 10/31/2010

Models of Best Practice in the Education of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, 5/31/2011

VAAP Participation Criteria and the Determination of Significant Cognitive Disabilities, 4/1/2014

Standards of Quality

Guidance Regarding Maximum Class Size and Student-Teacher Ratios in the Standards of Quality, 1/16/2014

Student Services

Suicide Prevention Guidelines, 12/1/2003

Virginia Comprehensive Services Act for At-Rick Youth and Families Implementation Manual, 7/30/2002

Child Abuse and Neglect Recognition and Intervention Training Curriculum Guidelines, 12/30/2003

Virginia Tiered System of Supports (VTSS) a Guide for School Divisions, 12/31/2013

Eating Disorders Awareness in the Public School Setting, 1/5/2015

Teacher Education

Accountability Measurement of Partnerships and Collaborations Based on PreK-12 School Needs Required by the Regulations Governing the Review and Approval of Education Programs in Virginia, 11/29/2012

Definitions of At-Risk of Becoming Low-Performing and Low-Performing Institutions of Higher Education in Virginia as Required by Title II of the Higher Education Act (HEA), 5/19/2011

Criteria for Identifying Alternative Routes to Teacher Licensure as "Low Performing" or "At Risk of Becoming Low Performing" Required by Title II of the Higher Education Opportunity Act, 2/17/2011

Technology

Acceptable Use Policy: A Handbook, 1/1/2001

Guidelines for the Donation of Obsolete Educational Technology Hardware and Software by Schools Boards to Students, 10/20/2000

Transportation

Virginia School Bus Specifications, 11/21/2013

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS

The Virginia Department of Elections is located in the Washington Building, First Floor, 1100 Bank Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The Virginia State Board of Elections (SBE) is the policymaking board responsible for approving regulations, forms, and guidance documents. Copies of guidance documents authorized to be provided are subject to costs stated in the agency's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) policy published on its website at http://elections.virginia.gov and may be viewed on regular work days from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of these documents may be directed to the above office address in person, via telephone (804) 864-8901, or toll free (800) 552-9745, by emailing info@elections.virginia.gov, or by faxing (804) 371-0194. Questions will be directed to the appropriate staff member for response.

To obtain the most up-to-date information on many of the SBE and Department of Elections guidance documents, visit the Department of Elections website. Additionally, most of these guidance documents are available electronically for no charge through the Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

DEL-1, State Board of Elections Policy 2004-007 as amended 9.14.2010, 9/14/2010

DEL-2, Campaign Finance and Advertising Delegations to Secretary (Updating Policy 2004-007), 8/19/2011

FW, Forms Warehouse, 7/9/2015

GREB, General Registrars and Electoral Board Members Handbook, 7/1/2015

GUIDE-MED, Guidelines for the Media, 10/27/2014

OTHDOCS-1, Other Guidance Documents, 12/29/2015

DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Copies of the guidance document may be viewed at http://www.vaemergency.gov/emcommunity/plans/2012COVEOP. The document may also be viewed using the link below.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of this document may be directed to Marilyn Harris, Virginia Department of Emergency Management, 10501 Trade Court, Richmond, VA 23236, telephone (804) 897-9715, or email marilyn.harris@vdem.virginia.gov.

Guidance Document:

2012 Commonwealth of Virginia Emergency Operations Plan, 9/1/11

VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. in the central office of the Virginia Employment Commission, 703 East Main Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Copies of the guidance documents may be obtained by contacting Lisa J. Rowley at the Virginia Employment Commission, Office of Commission Appeals, P.O. Box 1358, Richmond, VA 23218-1358, telephone (804) 786-7263, FAX (804) 786-9034, or email lisa.rowley@vec.virginia.gov. Unless otherwise indicated, there is a $1.00 per document copying charge. These documents may be accessed from the Virginia Employment Commission's website at www.vec.virginia.gov by clicking on "Unemployed?" and then clicking on "File an Appeal." Documents may be downloaded from the website at no charge. 

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of the guidance documents may be directed to Lisa J. Rowley, Chief Administrative Law Judge, Virginia Employment Commission, Office of Commission Appeals, P.O. Box 1358, Richmond, VA 23218-1358, telephone (804) 786-7263, FAX (804) 786-9034, or email lisa.rowley@vec.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

[VEC-01] Guide to Effective Unemployment Insurance Adjudication, 12/12/12

[VEC-02] Precedent Decision Manual, 12/28/12

[VEC-03] Precedent Decision Manual Supplement, 12/12/12

[VEC-04] Employer as Claimant Interoffice Communication, 5/20/11

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

The list which follows contains documents prepared by the department. It does not include documents that merely restate regulatory provisions in a different format such as checklists or boilerplates, nor does it include guidance documents developed by other federal and state agencies. Requests for copies of those documents not available electronically on the Regulatory Town Hall at http://townhall.virginia.gov or copies of any of the documents listed are considered a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). There is a charge for copies. Unless a cost is specifically listed, the charge will be based on the department's FOIA Policy.

For FOIA requests, please contact DEQ's FOIA Officer at (540) 574-7886. For a listing of regional office FOIA contacts, please go to our FOIA webpage at http://www.deq.virginia.gov/ConnectWithDEQ/FreedomofInformationAct/RegionalFOIAContacts.aspx.

Copies may also be requested by writing to: FOIA Officer, Department of Environmental Quality, P.O. Box 1105, Richmond, VA 23218.

Requests for copies or questions regarding interpretation of the Litter Prevention and Recycling documents should be directed to: Coordinator, Recycling and Tire Program, Department of Environmental Quality, 629 East Main Street, P.O. Box 1105, Richmond, VA 23218, telephone (804) 698-4029.

Guidance Documents:

2170, Procedure Manual - Environmental Impact Review of Major State Facilities, 6/26/2013

2281, Virginia Litter and Recycling Educational Projects, 12/1/2003

2282, Litter Prevention and Recycling Grant Programs, 11/21/2006

3321, Planning District Commission Technical Assistance Grant Minimum Standards, 12/17/2007

4186, Memorandum of Agreement between the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy and the Department of Environmental Quality, 2/19/2010

5094, Guidance for Citizen Nomination of State Surface Waters for Inclusion in Annual Water Quality Monitoring Plan in Accordance with § 62.1-44.19:5 F of the Code of Virginia, 12/19/2014

00-2016, Chain of Custody Policy and Procedures - Amendment 1, 3/14/2006

2596, 2010 Virginia Coastal Resources Management Program Grant Proposal Guidance, 2/24/2010

6-2014, Virginia Freedom of Information Act Compliance, 10/10/2014

LPR-REM-2011-07, Review Process for the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act Environmental Covenants, 11/28/2011

LPR-SW-09-2002, Guidance for the Certification of Recycling Machinery and Equipment, 7/20/2007

REW2011-01, Wind Permit by Rule Guidance - Cover Memo, 9/7/2011

REW2011-01S1, Wind Permit by Rule Guidance - Section I: General, 6/28/2012

REW2011-01S2, Wind Permit by Rule Guidance - Section II: Methodology, 11/22/2013

REW2011-01S3, Wind Permit by Rule Guidance - Section III: Coastal Avian Protection Zone (CAPZ) Narrative, 9/6/2011

REW2012-01, Solar Permit by Rule Guidance - Cover Memo, 7/18/2012

REW2012-01S1, Solar Permit by Rule Guidance - Section I: General, 7/18/2012

REW2012-01S2, Solar Permit by Rule Guidance - Section II: Methodology, 11/22/2013

REW2012-01S3, Solar Permit by Rule Guidance - Section III: Coastal Avian Protection Zone (CAPZ) Narrative, 7/18/2012

REW2013-01, Combustion Permit by Rule Guidance - Cover Memo, 8/27/2013

REW2013-01S1, Combustion Permit by Rule Guidance - Section I: General, 8/27/2013

REW2013-01S2, Combustion Permit by Rule Guidance - Section II: Methodology, 8/27/2013

REW2013-01S3, Combustion Permit by Rule Guidance - Section III: Coastal Avian Protection Zone (CAPZ) Narrative, 8/27/2013

2672, Process for Early Dispute Resolution of Notices of Alleged Violation and Notices of Deficiency, 9/1/2005

2951, Regulatory Guidance Development, 4/17/2006

4012, Division of Enforcement Case Referrals, 8/20/2009

CEM-01, Civil Enforcement Manual - Introduction, 4/28/2009

CEM-02, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 1- Enforcement Policy, 4/28/2009

CEM-03, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 2 - General Enforcement Procedures - Cover Memorandum, 5/11/2012

CEM-04, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 2 - General Enforcement Procedures, 5/11/2012

CEM-05, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 2A - Attachments to Chapter 2 - General Enforcement Procedures, 12/30/2014

CEM-06, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 3 - Priority, Timeliness, and Certainty of Enforcement Actions, 12/1/1999

CEM-07, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 4 - Civil Charges and Civil Penalties - Cover Memo, 12/29/2014

CEM-07A, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 4 - Civil Charges and Penalties, 12/29/2014

CEM-07B, Memo, Enforcement Manual - Chapter 4A - Cover Memo, 12/29/2014

CEM-08, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 5 - Incentives for Identifying and Resolving Violations - Revision 2 Cover Memorandum, 5/2/2012

CEM-09, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 5 Continued - Incentives for Identifying and Resolving Violations - Revision 2, 5/2/2012

CEM-10, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 - Adversarial Administrative Actions, 12/1/1999

CEM-11, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 Continued - Formal Hearings, 12/20/2007

CEM-12-EGMNo.1-2011, Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 8 - Access to Private Property for Inspections and Investigations, Denial of Access, and Obtaining Administrative Inspection Warrants, 3/3/2011

Air Pollution Control Board

4186, Memorandum of Agreement between the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy and the Department of Environmental Quality, 2/19/2010

4455, Fugitive Dust Control from Mining Operations, 6/9/2011

4967, Virginia Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program - Air Program Requirements, 5/1/2012

5372, Enforcement Discretion Guidance for New and Modified Gasoline Dispensing Facilities Related to Installation of Stage II Vapor Recovery Systems, 8/8/2012

00-2016, Chain of Custody Policy and Procedures - Amendment 1, 3/14/2006

6-2014, Virginia Freedom of Information Act Compliance, 10/10/2014

ACG-001, Guidance for the Use of a Diluent Cap for Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) Emission Calculations, 2/23/2015

ACG-002, Guidance for Implementing the EPA Stationary Source Audit Sampling Program (SSASP), 2/24/2015

APG-101, Interim Guidance, Shell Buildings, 1/30/1987

APG-102, Public Participation Requirements Prior to Issuing any Permit for the Construction of a New Major Stationary Source or Major Modification to an Existing Source Pursuant to § 10.1-1307.01 (Localities Particularly Affected) (Memo No. 99-1004), 1/25/2010

APG-103, Guidance on Permit Applicability - PM and PM-10 Sources (Memo No. 01-1002), 9/14/2009

APG-105, Procedures for Shutting Down Sources (Memo No. 03-1006), 8/19/2010

APG-106, Nitrogen Oxides Emissions during Fuel Transfers for GE Frame 7FA Turbines (Memo No. 03-1009), 11/22/2003

APG-150, Air Permit Application Fee Guidance, 7/1/2012

APG-200A, Title V Air Permits Guidance Manual, 5/23/2013

APG-202, EPA's White Papers on Title V Operating Permit Program (Memo No. 97-1004), 8/19/1997

APG-203, Utilization of the Wood Furniture Manufacturing Title V Permit Boilerplate (Memo No. 98-1001), 2/17/1998

APG-204, Common Control Determinations for Title V Permit Applicability (Memo No. 98-1002), 1/25/2010

APG-206, Existing Source Startup, Shutdown, and Malfunction Opacity Exclusion for Title V Permits, 3/16/2009

APG-213, Sample MACT Place Holder Conditions, 3/5/2004

APG-214, Title V New Source Review (NSR) Conflicts, 9/30/2004

APG-250, Permit Writer's Guide to Acid Rain Permitting (Memo No. 03-1002), 3/26/2003

APG-301, Memorandum of Understanding between Shenandoah National Park and Commonwealth of Virginia Regarding Prevention of Significant Deterioration Permitting Issues, 3/31/1993

APG-302, Memorandum of Understanding between Jefferson National Forest and Commonwealth of Virginia Regarding Prevention of Significant Deterioration Permitting Issues, 3/30/1993

APG-303,  Prevention of Significant Deterioration Definitions, 9/14/2009

APG-304, Interpretation of the Term "Designed To Accommodate," 9/14/2009

APG-306, Relocation of Portable Non-diesel Engines, 10/25/2002

APG-308, Clarification of 9VAC5-80-1695.F - Exemption of Alternative Fuels under Major NSR, 3/24/2011

APG-309, Air Permitting Guidelines - New and Modified PSD Sources, 11/2/2015

APG-310, New and Modified Major Sources in Nonattainment Areas and Ozone Transport Region, 11/2/2015

APG-311, Interim Guidance on Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), 8/25/2014

APG-350, New Source Review Permits Program Manual, 4/1/2002

APG-350A, Article 6 - Minor New Source Review Permit Program Manual, Draft, 10/6/2005

APG-354, Permitting and BACT Applicability under Chapter 80 Article 6, 6/12/2015

APG-355, Used Oil Fuel Permitting, 7/11/2013

APG-356, Revised Article 6 Regulation, 12/19/2012

APG-400A, State Operation Permits Manual, 9/30/1999

APG-452, Section 112(g) Implementation Guidance (Policy No. 99-1007), 1/25/2010

APG-453, Implementation Guidance for Incorporating State Toxics Requirements in Air Permits (Memo No. 02-1001), 1/20/2010

APG-456, Regulation of Federal HAPs Under the State Toxics Program and State NSR Programs, 9/1/2004

APG-457, State Toxics and Solid Waste Combustion Rules, 7/12/2012

APG-551, Procedures for Permitting and Other Activities Associated with Coal Processing Plants (ADP Statement No. 2-96), 9/18/2008

APG-552, Evaluation and Air Permitting Requirements for Landfills in Virginia (ADP Statement No. 1-96), 1/20/2010

APG-553A, Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Procedures and Boilerplate Permits, 9/1/1999

APG-554, Permitting and Compliance Issues for Nonroad Internal Combustion Engines, 12/1/1999

APG-554A, Internal Combustion Engine, 12/1/1999

APG-558, Stone Processing Operations, 1/3/2005

APG-559, Coal Preparation Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 4/21/1998

APG-560, Wood Fired Boiler Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 8/14/1998

APG-561, Residual Oil Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits for Boilers, 9/17/1998

APG-562, Natural Gas and Distillate Oil Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits for Boilers, 8/18/2008

APG-563, Wood Coating Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 11/5/1998

APG-564, Wood Working Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 11/5/1998

APG-565, Concrete Plant Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 7/7/2009

APG-566, Asphalt Plant Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 11/19/2012

APG-567, Miscellaneous Coatings Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 11/7/2012

APG-568, Printing Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 8/10/2000

APG-569, Guidance for Permitting and Compliance for Facilities Subject to Nondelegated Federal Regulations, 8/29/2013

APG-570, Interim Guidance for Permit Applicability for Emergency Generators Participating in an Emergency Load Response Program, 5/15/2009

APG-571, Permit Boilerplate Procedures for Human Remain Crematory Units and Pathological Waste Crematory Units, 6/10/2015

APG-573, Lumber Kiln Emissions Calculations, 9/30/2010

APG-574, Exemption of Qualified Fumigation Facilities, 7/11/2013

APG-576, Diesel Engine-Generator Set Procedure for Writing New and Modified Permits, 12/18/2012

AQAG-001, Virginia Modeling Guideline for Air Quality Permits, 7/24/2012

AQM-001, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Ozone Ambient Air Monitoring Program, 11/1/2011

AQM-002, PM 10 Sampler Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), 4/14/2009

AQM-003, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the PM2.5 Ambient Air Monitoring Program, 11/1/1998

AQM-004, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Carbon Monoxide Ambient Air Monitoring Program, 12/1/2011

AQM-004A, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Carbon Monoxide Ambient Air Monitoring Program - Appendices, 12/1/2011

AQM-005, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Nitrogen Oxides Ambient Air Monitoring Program, 12/6/2011

AQM-005A, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Nitrogen Oxides Ambient Air Monitoring Program - Appendices, 12/6/2011

AQM-006, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Sulfur Dioxide Ambient Air Monitoring Program, 12/6/2011

AQM-006A, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Sulfur Dioxide Ambient Air Monitoring Program - Appendices, 12/6/2011

AQP-01, Procedures for Testing Facilities Subject to Emission Standards for Volatile Organic Compounds, 7/1/1991

AQP-02, Procedures for Determining Compliance with Volatile Organic Compound Emission Standards Covering Surface Coating Operations, 7/1/1991

AQP-03, Procedures for the Measurement of Capture Efficiency for Determining Compliance with Volatile Organic Compound Emission Standards Covering Surface Coating Operations and Graphic Arts Printing Processes, 4/1/1996

AQP-04, Procedures for Maintaining Records for Surface Coating Operations and Graphic Arts Printing Processes, 7/1/1991

AQP-08, Procedures for Preparing and Submitting Emission Statements for Stationary Sources, 1/1/1993

AQP-09, Procedures for Implementation of Regulations Covering Stage II Vapor Recovery Systems for Gasoline Dispensing Facilities, 1/1/1993

AQP-09A, Guidance Memo - Stage I and II Vapor Recovery System Testing Standards, 12/15/2011

AQP-11, Implementation of the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) of Air Quality Program, 1/1/1993

AQP-14, Control Technology Requirements for Emissions of NOX from Electric Generating Combined Cycle Turbines, 12/1/2002

AQP-15, Public Comments at State Air Pollution Control Board Meetings, 2/25/2004

ASOP-01, Complaints, 8/9/2001

ASOP-02, Inspections, 9/14/2001

ASOP-03, Visible Emissions Evaluations, 3/20/2003

ASOP-04, Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems Audit Evaluation, 3/19/2003

ASOP-05, Gasoline Delivery Tank Operation, Testing and Certification, 10/23/1997

ASOP-06, Title V Report/Certification Evaluations, 3/1/2002

ASOP-07, Volatile Organic Compound Testing, 10/23/1997

ASOP-08, Particulate Testing: Role of Agency Observer, 5/26/1998

ASOP-09, Volatile Organic Compound Sampling and Analysis, 3/28/2002

ASOP-10, Review of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems Reports, 11/14/2002

ASOP-11, The NOX Trading Program, 6/6/2003

ASOP-13, Tax Certifications, 11/22/2004

ASOP-13 Amendment, Tax Certification, 1/23/2009

ASOP-17, Compliance Assistance, 9/23/2003

LPR-SW-01-2007, Vegetative Waste Burning at Closed Landfills, 1/8/2007

MSOP-01, Professional Responsibilities and Conduct of Mobile Source Operations Staff, 8/22/2000

MSOP-02, Field Activity Procedures, 6/17/2010

MSOP-03, Station/Facility Permitting/Certification and Renewal Procedures, 6/17/2010

MSOP-04, Complaint Procedures and Investigations, 12/11/2006

MSOP-05, Procedures for Operating State Vehicles, 7/10/2008

MSOP-06, Data Disk Procedures and Vehicle Inspection Report Voiding Process, 4/16/2008

MSOP-07, Vehicle Emissions Inspection Station Recognition Program, 6/1/2011

MSOP-08, Exemption of Nonconforming Vehicles, 6/1/2012

MSOP-09, Special, 8/2/2010

MSOP-10, Kit-Car Vehicles, 4/30/2008

MSOP-11, Emissions Inspection Deferral Request, 6/18/2009

MSOP-12, Remote Visual Observation Inspection Procedures, 7/24/2000

MSOP-13, Enforcement Procedures and Schedule of Penalties - Mobile Source Operations Section, 12/5/2000

MSOP-14, On-Road Emissions (ORE) Program Procedures, 6/19/2009

SBAP-01, Small Business Assistance Program Modification Procedures for Modification of Work Practices, Technical Methods or Timeframe, 10/28/1994

SBAP-02, Guide to Compliance Requirements for Dry Cleaners, 3/17/1994

SBAP-03, Fact Sheet - Wood Furniture Operations, 12/13/1996

SBAP-04, Fact Sheet - Lithographic Printing Processes, 7/1/1996

SBAP-05, Fact Sheet - Flexographic, Rotogravure, and Publication Rotogravure Printing Lines, 7/1/1996

SBAP-06, Fact Sheet - Small Business Assistance Program, 12/17/1997

State Water Control Board

2283, Virginia Brownfield Remediation Loan Program Guidelines, 5/1/2003

2284, Virginia Land Conservation Loan Program Guidelines, 10/28/2003

2285, Virginia Water Quality Improvement Fund Guidelines, 11/1/2006

2286, Virginia Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund Program Design Manual, 5/16/2001

2287, Procedural Guidelines for Virginia's Wastewater Revolving Loan Fund, 2/1/2004

2288, Virginia Agricultural Best Management Practices Loan Program Guidelines, 5/1/2005

2355, Public Comment at State Water Control Board Meetings, 2/25/2004

2623, Procedure for Uncontested Termination of Groundwater Withdrawal Permits and Special Exceptions, 3/8/2005

5094, Guidance for Citizen Nomination of State Surface Waters for Inclusion in Annual Water Quality Monitoring Plan in Accordance with § 62.1-44.19:5 F of the Code of Virginia, 12/19/2014

5215, Stormwater Loan Program Guidelines, 4/14/2011

5372, Enforcement Discretion Guidance for New and Modified Gasoline Dispensing Facilities Related to Installation of Stage II Vapor Recovery Systems, 8/8/2012

5424, Virginia Water Protection Construction Monitoring and Reporting Revision Procedures, 12/9/2013

00-2003, Wetland Compensation Ratios, 2/1/2000

00-2004, The Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Reimbursement Manual, Volume I: Application Process, 3rd Edition: (For Work Authorized before March 1, 2007, 2/8/2000

00-2006, Spiking Requirements for Metals Analysis, 3/23/2000

00-2008, Notification of Acceptance for Coverage by a General Permit, 5/12/2000

00-2010, Protocol for DEQ Action in the Event Unpermitted Discharges are Identified, 8/22/2000

00-2011, Guidance on Preparing VPDES Permit Limits Based on Water Quality Standards for Toxics, 8/24/2000

00-2011, Qualifications Levels - Related Update to Guidance Memo 00-2011 - Amendment 4 (1-3 no longer effective)), 4/10/2003

00-2012, Toxics Management Program Implementation, 8/24/2000

00-2014, Quality Assurance Project Plan, State Lead Program, Revision 2, 6/12/2014

00-2015, Implementation Guidance for July 2000 Revisions to the VPDES Permit Regulation, 9/27/2000

00-2016, Chain of Custody Policy and Procedures - Amendment 1, 3/14/2006

00-2018, Implementation of the VPA General Permit Regulation for Poultry Waste Management, 11/30/2000

01-2001, Use of USGS 1980 Hydrologic Unit Map of the United States to Determine Appropriate Hydrologic Unit Code for Compensatory Mitigation Using Mitigation Bank Credits, 1/8/2001

01-2002, Implementation Guidance for Financial Assurance Regulation, 1/10/2001

01-2003, Standard Operating Procedures for Clean Metals Sampling - Amendment 1, 4/10/2003

01-2005, Interim Guidance for Spray Irrigation and Reuse of Wastewater, 1/18/2001

01-2007, Implementation Guidance for December 2000 Revisions to the VPDES Permit Regulation, 3/15/2001

01-2008, Numbering of Outfalls for VPDES Permits, 3/21/2001

01-2011, Monitoring Toxic Trace Metals in Surface Waters, 4/16/2001

01-2012, Siting of Stormwater Best Management Practices in Surface Waters and the Application of Temperature Standard to Impoundments, 4/18/2001

01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections, 5/3/2001

01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections - Amendment 2, 5/10/2002

01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections - Amendment 3, 5/24/2004

01-2017, DEQ Staff Biosecurity Procedures and Response to Suspected and/or Confirmed Outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease, 5/21/2001

01-2020, Implementation of Amendments to the VPDES Permit Regulation and General VPDES Permit for Domestic Sewage Discharges of Less Than or Equal to 1,000 GPD - Local Government Ordinance Form, 7/17/2001

01-2021, Virginia Department of Transportation Interagency Transfer Process for Permit Application Fees, 7/26/2001

01-2024D, Storage Tank Program Technical Manual, Fourth Edition, 5/10/2011

01-2024D, Storage Tank Program Technical Manual, Fourth Edition - Appendices, 5/10/2011

01-2025, Petroleum Storage Tank Compliance Manual, 10/12/2001

02-2001, Confined Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) Inspection Checklist, 1/23/2002

02-2002, Fish Kill Guidance Manual, Second Edition, 3/4/2002

02-2010, Water Compliance Auditing Manual, 7/3/2002

02-2012, Determination of Service Areas for Compensatory Mitigation Banks, 7/12/2002

02-2013, Evaluation of Vapor Monitoring Data for Petroleum Storage Tank Release Detection, 7/17/2002

02-2016, Issuance of Virginia Water Protection Permits for Surface Water Impacts in Potomac River, 8/7/2002

02-2019, The Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Reimbursement Guidance Manual, Volume II: UCR Schedules, 5th Edition (For Work Authorized before March 1, 2007), 11/4/2002

03-2001, Reporting Operator Misconduct or Convictions, 1/7/2003

03-2007, Implementation of Bacteria Standards in VPDES Permits, 3/27/2003

6-2014, Virginia Freedom of Information Act Compliance, 10/10/2014

90-011, Interpretation of Nutrient Policy, 4/20/1990

90-016, Use of State Model by Consultants, 7/2/1990

91-004, Permits/Certificates Approved at Board Meetings, 2/1/1991

91-006, Purchase of Sample Containers, 2/20/1991

91-007, Sample Volumes for Nonmetals Lab, 2/20/1991

91-020, Modifications to September 8, 1989 Guidance Memo VPDES Permitting Strategy for Discharges Resulting from Underground Storage Tank Remediation Projects and Similar Projects, 10/1/1991

91-028, Procedure for Assigning Numbers to Permits, 12/10/1991

92-006, Authorization to Issue Certifications for Tax Exemptions, 3/9/1992

92-006, Authorization to Issue Certifications for Tax Exemptions for Underground Storage Tanks - Addendum 5, 11/4/1996

92-006, Authorization to Issue Certifications for Tax Exemptions of Water Reclamation and Reuse Equipment and Facilities - Addendum 6, 4/22/2009

92-006, Authorization to Issue Certifications for Tax Exemptions for Aboveground Storage Tanks - Addendum 4, 8/22/1994

92-013, Reporting of BOD5 Results for VPDES Monitoring, 4/21/1992

92-016, Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) Permit Manual, 6/1/1992

92-018, Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) Permit Program, 8/28/1992

93-008, DEQ Water Division Water Purification Systems Contaminants, 4/20/1993

93-026, Permitting Strategy for Wood Preserving Operations, 10/11/1994

93-026, Permitting Strategy for Wood Preserving Operations, Amendment 1, 10/11/1994

94-003, Classification of Effluent/Water Quality Limiting Segments and Relationship with Antidegradation Tiers, 3/22/1994

94-012, Calcium Carbonate Equivalence Testing Requirements, 10/20/1994

94-014, Implementation of the VPA General Permit for Confined Animal Feeding Operations, 11/16/1994

94-017, VPA Farm Fertilizer and Chemical Dealerships, 12/22/1994

95-002, VPA Land Application of Water Treatment Plant Residuals, 1/19/1995

95-005, Local Government Ordinance Forms - Confined Animal Feeding Operations, 6/20/1995

95-006, Updated Technical Criteria for VPA Industrial Land Application Program, 9/28/1995

95-008, General Permits, 11/3/1995

95-010, VPA Permit Application Forms Revision, 11/6/1995

96-001, Stormwater Permitting, 3/15/1996

96-002, Oil and Grease/Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon Limits for Certain Effluents, 4/9/1996

96-009, Obtaining Dissolved Metals Data, 11/19/1996

96-009, Obtaining Dissolved Metals Data - Amendment 1, 12/2/1996

96-009, Obtaining Dissolved Metals Data - Amendment 2, 4/10/2003

97-2006, Revised Local Government Ordinance Form, 11/24/1997

98-2005, Reduced Monitoring, 5/4/1998

98-2010, VPDES Permit and VPA Permit Groundwater Monitoring Plans, 9/30/1998

98-2011, Inspection Checklists for Analyses of Mercury by Cold Vapor and Metals, 11/4/1998

99-2003, Use of Method 1664 for Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) Determination in VPDES Permits, 2/26/1999

DCR-CBLAB-001, Letter to Delegate John G. Dicks, III, 10/19/1989

DCR-CBLAB-002, Letter to Prince William County Attorney Sharon E. Pandek, 9/10/1990

DCR-CBLAB-003, Opinion from the Office of the Attorney General Regarding Grandfathering, 6/28/1991

DCR-CBLAB-004, Opinion from the Office of the Attorney General Regarding Takings, 7/2/1991

DCR-CBLAB-005, Opinion for the Office of the Attorney General Regarding the authority of the Board to Institute Legal Action, 11/26/2001

DCR-CBLAB-006, Opinion for the Office of the Attorney General Regarding the Equal Protection Clause of the United States Constitution, 10/30/2002

DCR-CBLAB-009, Board Guidance Document regarding Delineation of the Resource Protection Area, 2/1/1992

DCR-CBLAB-011, Board's Checklist Used to Evaluate the Consistency of Locally Adopted, Phase I, Program Ordinances, 1/2/1991

DCR-CBLAB-012, Board's Checklist Used to Evaluate the Consistency of Phase II Comprehensive Plans, 1/10/1992

DCR-CBLAB-013, Board Guidance Document: Resource Protection Area - Onsite Buffer Area Delineation 9-16-02, 6/15/2009

DCR-CBLAB-014, Board Guidance Document: Resource Protection Area - Buffer Area Encroachments 9-16-02, 6/15/2009

DCR-CBLAB-015, Board Guidance Document: Stormwater Management Requirements, 9/16/2002

DCR-CBLAB-016, Board Guidance Document: Silvicultural Operations, 9 VAC 10-20-120.10, 9/16/2002

DCR-CBLAB-017, Board Guidance Document: Exceptions, 9 VAC 10-20-150 C, 6/15/2009

DCR-CBLAB-018, Board Guidance Document: Nonconforming Structures and Uses, 9/16/2002

DCR-CBLAB-019, Board Guidance Document: Determination of Water Bodies with Perennial Flow, 6/21/2010

DCR-CBLAB-020, Board Guidance Document: Resource Protection Areas: Permitted Development Activities, 6/21/2010

DCR-CBLAB-021, Board Guidance Document: Administrative Procedures for the Designation and Refinement of Chesapeake Bay Preservation Boundaries, 12/6/2013

DCR-CBLAB-022, Riparian Buffers Modification and Mitigation Guidance Manual, 9/15/2003

DCR-CBLAB-024, Letter, Henrico County Regarding Placing Fences in the Resource Protection Area, 3/3/2000

DCR-CBLAB-025, Letter, Hanover County Regarding Placing Fences in the Resource Protection Area, 4/20/2000

DCR-CBLAB-069, Letter to all Tidewater Administrators, Mayors and Town and City Managers, 4/14/2004

DCR-CBLAB-085, Procedural Policies for Local Program Review, 6/16/2008

DCR-CBLAB-086, Resource Protection Areas: Nontidal Wetlands, 12/10/2007

DCR-CBLAB-087, Approved Compliance Evaluation Review Elements, 6/21/2010

DCR-VSWCB-011, Virginia Stormwater Management Handbook, 9/1/1999

DCR-VSWCB-013, Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook, Third Edition, 12/14/2011

DCR-VSWCB-024, Guidance Document on Virginia Stormwater Management Program Site Inspection Strategies, 3/7/2011

DCR-VSWCB-026, Guidance Document on Utilization of Nonpoint Nutrient Offsets, 11/14/2011

DCR-VSWCB-029, Activities Constituting Substantive Progress Towards Local Development of a Virginia Stormwater Management Program, 12/13/2012

DCR-VSWCB-030, Stormwater Management Model Ordinance, 12/13/2012

DLPR GM 05-2011, Underground Storage Tank (UST) Secondary Containment Guidance, 5/19/2011

DLPR GM2011-11, Underground Storage Tank (UST) Operator Training, 7/27/2012

GM01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections - Amendment 4A, 10/5/2005

GM01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections - Amendment 5, 5/4/2006

GM01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections - Amendment 6, 8/30/2006

GM01-2013, Checklists for Wastewater Laboratory Inspections, 11/1/2001

GM01-2013, Checklist for Wastewater Laboratory - Amendment 7, 1/14/2008

GM02-2010, Water Compliance Auditing Manual Amendment 2- Revisions to Section I "Spills", Section J "Inspection" and Appendix I "Point Assessment Criteria," 7/29/2009

GM02-2010, Compliance Auditing Manual Revisions – Section I A "VPDES - Discharge Monitoring Reports Processing Procedures" - Amendment 3, 11/18/2010

GM03-2003, Interpretation for Water Monitoring of GM00-2016 - Chain of Custody Policy and Procedures - Amendment 1, 3/14/2006

GM03-2012, Hydrologic Simulation Program-FORTRAN Model Calibration and Verification for Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Loads, 9/3/2003

GM03-2013, Method for Calculating E. Coli Total Maximum Daily Loads Based on Fecal Coliform Monitoring, 3/3/2003

GM03-2014, Reporting of Data Generated during Approved Training Programs, 9/10/2003

GM03-2015, Method for Representing Wasteload Allocations in Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Loads, 11/25/2003

GM04-2003, Certification of Operator Requirements, 1/20/2004

GM04-2005, Water Quality Monitoring Consolidated Guidance Memorandum - Amendment 2, 3/26/2007

GM04-2007, Avoidance and Minimization of Impacts to Surface Waters, 2/6/2004

GM04-2009, Guidance on Wetlands Created during Mining Operations, 2/24/2004

GM04-2012, Coordination of Water Permit Programs with the Department of Health, 5/25/2004

GM04-2014, Procedures - Project Evaluation and Processing of Plans and Specifications for Sewage Collection Systems and Treatment Works, 6/23/2004

GM04-2015, Local Review Program, 6/24/2004

GM04-2018, Requirements for Virginia Water Protection Permits to Impact Wetlands within Stormwater Best Management Practices, 9/27/2004

GM04-2021, Guidance for Exceptional State Waters Designations in Antidegradation Policy Section of Water Quality Standards Regulation, 11/15/2004

GM04-2023, 2004 Joint Permit Application Form for Virginia Water Protection Permits, 12/10/2004

GM05-2001, Final 316(b) Phase II Rule Implementation, 1/25/2005

GM05-2003, Revisions to the Virginia Water Protection Permit General Permits, 1/26/2005

GM05-2005, Procedures - Closure or Abandonment of Lagoon or Sewage Treatment Works, 4/14/2005

GM05-2006, Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Third Party Disbursement Guidelines, 4/15/2005

GM05-2007, Pollution Response Program (PREP) Manual, 4/15/2005

GM05-2012, Coordination of Permitting Requirements for Wetlands and the Siting of Solid Waste Landfills, 8/22/2005

GM05-2013, Duty to Apply for VPDES Concentrated Animal Feeding Ooperation Permit in Lieu of 2005 U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals Decision, 10/6/2005

GM05-2014, Modifications to the VPA General Permit Regulation for Poultry Waste Management, 11/7/2005

GM05-2015, EPA Brownfields Grant Eligibility Review for Petroleum Contaminated Sites, 11/29/2005

GM05-2016, Lender Liability Exemption Guidelines, 11/29/2005

GM06-2004, Geographical Information System (GIS) Data Plotting Procedure, 5/12/2006

GM06-2005, Biosecurity Procedures for Poultry Farm Visits, 5/24/2006

GM06-2006, Guidelines for Underground Storage Tank Cathodic Protection Evaluation, 5/26/2006

GM06-2007, Definition of Aboveground Storage Tanks for the Purpose of Eligibility for Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Reimbursement, 6/13/2006

GM06-2008, Local Government Certification for New VPDES Permitted Landfills, 6/29/2006

GM06-2009, Review and Approval of Operation and Maintenance Manuals for Municipal Sewage Treatment Works, 7/5/2006

GM06-2010, Guidelines for DEQ Review and Approval of Biological Monitoring Quality Assurance Project Plans Submitted by Non-DEQ Sources, 8/28/2006

GM06-2011, Water Permit Fee Program Procedures, 8/1/2006

GM06-2012, Review Procedures for Water Quality Improvement Fund Grant Applications and Agreement Negotiations - Amendment 1, 12/10/2007

GM06-2014, Revisions to the Virginia Water Protection General Permits 9VAC25-660, 9VAC25-670, 9VAC25-680, 9VAC25-690 (Effective August 1, 2006), 10/25/2006

GM06-2015, VWP Permit Program Staff Manual, 10/31/2006

GM06-2016, Significant Figures for Discharge Monitoring Reports, 11/2/2006

GM06-2016, Significant Figures for Discharge Monitoring Reports - Amendment 1, 11/16/2006

GM07-2001, Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Reimbursement Guidance Manual, Volume III, Application Process (For Work Authorized on or after March 1, 2007), 2/23/2007

GM07-2002, The Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Reimbursement Guidance Manual, Volume IV, 007 UCR Schedules (For Work Authorized on or after March 1, 2007), 2/23/2007

GM07-2003, The Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund Reimbursement Guidance Manual, Volume V, Reconsideration Procedures Applicable to Initial Reimbursement Decisions Issued after March 1, 2007, 2/23/2007

GM07-2006, Tank Registration Database Operations, 4/18/2007

GM07-2007, Threatened and Endangered Species Screening for VPDES Permits, 5/2/2007

GM07-2008, Permitting Considerations for Facilities in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - Amendment 2, 10/23/2007

GM07-2008, Permitting Considerations for Facilities in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, Addendum 1 to Amendment 2, 4/9/2009

GM07-2009, VPDES Permit Applications for Discharges in Shellfish Growing Areas, 6/15/2007

GM07-2011, Issuing a Certificate to Construct from a Final Engineering Report, 7/30/2007

GM07-2012, Assigning Operator License Classes, 10/10/2007

GM07-2013, CEDS Discharge Monitoring Report Data Entry Rules, 10/25/2007

GM08-2001, Processing of Priority Permits, Administrative Continuance of Expired Permits and Permitting, 1/24/2008

GM08-2002, Surface Water Impacts at Solid Waste Landfills, 2/22/2008

GM08-2003, Procedure for Designation of Vessel No Discharge Zones, 2/28/2008

GM08-2004, Regulation of Ditches under the Virginia Water Protection Permit Program, 5/13/2008

GM08-2007, Issuance of Biosolids Use Permits under the Virginia Pollution Abatement Permit System, 5/13/2008

GM08-2008, Investigating and Coordinating Complaints Related to Discharges of Sediment from Construction Sites, 6/9/2008

GM08-2009, Use of Preservation for Compensatory Mitigation in VWP Permits, 6/9/2008

GM08-2011, Permitting Dam Maintenance Activities in Surface Waters, 7/30/2008

GM08-2012, Farm Pond or Impoundment and Stock Pond or Impoundment Exemption from Virginia Water Protection Program Requirements, 10/1/2008

GM09-2001, Guidance for Monitoring of Point Sources for Total Maximum Daily Load Development Using Low-Level PCB Method 1668, 3/6/2009

GM09-2001, Total Maximum Daily Load Guidance for Monitoring of Point Sources for Total Maximum Daily Load Development using Low-level PCB Method 1668 - Amendment 1, 11/1/2011

GM09-2002, DEQ Field Measurements, Sampling and Evaluation of Data, 2/27/2009

GM09-2004, Applying Compensatory Mitigation Preferences Provided in the EPA Mitigation Rule to Virginia Water Protection Permitting, 3/19/2009

GM09-2005, Monitoring and Assessment of Lakes and Reservoirs, 4/23/2009

GM09-2009, Resolving Unpermitted Impacts to Surface Waters with Enforcement Actions, 7/28/2009

GM09-2011, Conducting an Alternatives Analysis per the Requirements of 9VAC25-260-275 Protection of Eastern Shore Waters for Clams and Oysters, 8/18/2009

GM09-2012, Applying the Freedom of Information Act Exemption of Location Information to DEQ Water Division Permit Files - Amendment 1, 11/23/2009

GM10-2001, Implementation Guidance for the Water Reclamation and Reuse Regulation, 9VAC25-740, 1/13/2010

GM10-2002, Virginia Water Protection Permit Program Noncompliance Determination and Enforcement Referral Guidance, 1/22/2010

GM10-2004 (Rev-2), Implementation of Extended Buffers, Coordination of Health Complaints and Waiving of Buffers at Biosolids Land Application Sites, 9/2/2015

GM10-2005, DEQ Policy for Areas and Activities Given the "Manipulated Wetland" Label by the Natural Resource Conservation Service, 9/30/2010

GM11-2001, Review and Coordination with Other State Agencies for Threatened and Endangered Species for Biosolids Permitting, 1/25/2011

GM11-2002, Assessing Points for Violations of Chesapeake Bay Annual Load and Concentration Limitations for Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorus, 1/26/2011

GM11-2003, Implementation of the 2011 Reissuance of the VPDES General Permit Regulation for Seafood Processing Facilities - VAG52, 2/4/2011

GM11-2004, Amendments to the Virginia Water Protection Permit Program Regulation 9VAC25-210 (Effective July 25, 2007) Regarding Surface Water Withdrawal Permitting, 3/17/2011

GM11-2005, Revised Local Government, Riparian Property Owner, Adjacent Property Owner or Resident, and General Public Notification Procedures for VPDES, VPA, and VWP Permit Applications and Draft Permits, 3/18/2011

GM11-2006, Managing Frozen Ground for Biosolids Land Application, 3/18/2011

GM11-2007, 2012 Water Quality Assessment Guidance Manual, 6/7/2011

GM11-2008, Implementation Guidance for Reissuance of the VPDES General Permit for Domestic Sewage Discharges of Less Than or Equal to 1,000 Gallons per Day, 6/15/2011

GM11-2009, Implementation of the 2011 Issuance of the VPDES General Permit Regulation for Discharges Resulting from the Application of Pesticides to Surface Waters - VAG87, 10/26/2011

GM11-2010, Process for Determination of Noncompliance with the General VPDES Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity, VAR05, 12/5/2011

GM12-2001, Determining Compliance with the use of VELAP Laboratory for VPDES and VPA Reporting, 4/20/2012

GM12-2002, Implementation of the Reissued VPDES General Permit for Vehicle Wash Facilities and Laundry Facilities, 9/24/2012

GM12-2003, Landowner Agreements for Biosolids Land Application, 9/24/2012

GM13-2001, Implementation Guidance for the Reissuance of the General VPDES Permit Regulation for Discharges from Petroleum Contaminated Sites, Groundwater Remediation, and Hydrostatic Tests, 9VAC25-120, 2/27/2013

GM13-2002, Implementation Guidance for the Reissuance of the General VPDES Permit for Noncontact Cooling Water Discharges of 50,000 GPD or Less, 9VAC25-196, 2/27/2013

GM13-2003, Guidance for Calibration Verification of Online Analyzers Used to Monitor Reclaimed Water, 2/10/2014

GM13-2004, Implementation Guidance for Reissuance of the General VPDES Permit for Concrete Products Facilities VAG11, 8/12/2013

GM13-2005, Implementation Guidance for Reissuance of the General VPDES Permit for Potable Water Treatment Plants VAG64, 10/31/2013

GM14-2001, Modifying VPA Biosolids Permits and Terminating VDH-BUR Permits after the Adoption of 2013 Regulatory Amendments, 2/10/2014

GM14-2002, Implementation Guidance for the 2009 General Permit for Discharges of Stormwater from Construction Activities, 9VAC25-880, 3/7/2014

GM14-2003, March 2014 VPDES Permit Manual Revisions, 3/27/2014

GM14-2004, Procedures for Reviewing and Deriving Total PCB Concentrations from Samples Analyzed Using Low-Level PCB Method 1668 to be Used in the Development and Implementation of Total Maximum Daily Loads, 4/4/2014

GM14-2005, 2014 Water Quality Assessment Guidance Manual, 4/21/2014

GM14-2006, VPA and Stormwater Management Permitting and Beneficial Use Determination Approval at Solid Waste Management Facilities, 4/30/2014

GM14-2008, Implementation Guidance for Reissuance of the General VPDES Permit for Nonmetallic Mineral Mining Facilities - VAG84, 7/13/2009

GM14-2009, Interim Use of Stormwater Manufactured Treatment Devices (MTDs) to Meet the New Virginia Stormwater Management Program (VSMP) Technical Criteria, Part IIB Water Quality Design Requirements, 5/15/2014

GM14-2010, Certification Time Restrictions and Provisional Certification Requirements for Stormwater Management and Erosion and Sediment Control, 6/6/2014

GM14-2011, Nutrient Monitoring for Nonsignificant Discharges to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, 8/8/2014

GM14-2013, Implementation Guidance for Reissuance of the General VPDES Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity, VAR05, 8/8/2014

GM14-2014, Implementation Guidance for Section 47 (Time limits on applicability of approved design criteria) and Section 48 (Grandfathering) of the Virginia Stormwater Management Program Regulation, 9VAC25-870, 8/25/2014

GM14-2015, Total Maximum Daily Load Wasteload Allocation Modifications in Response to New, Expanding, or Relinquished Discharges, 9/26/2014

GM14-2016, Public Participation Procedures for Water Quality Management Planning, 10/20/2014

GM14-2017, Implementation of VPA Regulation and General Permit for Animal Feeding Operations and Animal Waste Management Amendments, VPG1, 11/12/2014

GM15-2001, Process for Determination of Noncompliance with the General VPDES Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity, VAR05, 2/19/2015

GM15-2002, Use of Contact Hours for Erosion and Sediment Control or Stormwater Management Recertification, 3/5/2015

GM15-2003, Postdevelopment Stormwater Management Implementation Guidance for Linear Utility Projects under the Virginia Stormwater Management Program Regulation, 9VAC25-870, 4/23/2015

GM15-2004, Point Assessment for Alleged Violations of the Construction Stormwater Permit Criteria and Enforcement Referral Guidance, 4/28/2015

GM15-2005, Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load Special Condition Guidance - Revision, 5/18/2015

GM99-2006, Storage Tank Program Quality Management Plan - Amendment 2, 7/27/2011

GMWRD06-100, Ground Water Withdrawal Permit Procedures Manual, 5/25/2006

LPR-SRR-01-2012, Risk Based Inspection Strategy for Underground Storage Tanks, 2/1/2013

LPR-SRR-01-2013, Provision of Alternate Water Supplies to Operators of Petroleum-Impacted Water Supplies, 6/13/2013

LPR-SRR-02-2012, Tank Ownership and Responsible Person Identification Changes, 10/2/2012

LPR-SRR-03-2012, Case Closure Evaluation of Sites with Free Product, 12/28/2012

LPR-SRR-2014-01, State Lead Procedures Manual, First Edition, 5/14/2014

LPR-SRR-2014-02, Storage Tank Program Compliance Manual Volume 4: Compliance Process, 7/15/2014

LPR-SRR-2014-03, Quality Assurance Project Plan for the Alternate Water Supply Program, 8/8/2014

LPR-SRR-2014-04, Storage Tank Program Compliance Manual Volume 1: Program Fundamentals, 12/22/2014

LPR-SRR-2015-02, Instructions for Completing the State Lead Acceptance Form and Contractor Evaluation Tab, 12/4/2015

LPR-SW-03-2012, Implementation of VELAP Certification, 3/27/2012

LPR-WS-2013-01, Incorporation of Water Supply Planning in VWP Permit Decisions for Surface Water Withdrawals, 10/8/2013

WQS-1, Water Quality Standards Interpretation - New Standards (1992), 2/24/1992

WQS-2, Water Quality Standards Interpretation of Biologically Based Flows, Low Flow Application and Mixing Zones, 11/2/1992

WQS-3, Water Quality Standards Interpretation of Fecal Coliform Bacteria and Mixing Zones, 4/20/1993

WQS-5, Guidance on Application of Public Water Supply, 11/2/1994

Virginia Waste Management Board

2356, Public Comments at Virginia Waste Management Board Meetings, 2/25/2004

5804, Groundwater Monitoring Well Abandonment (Site Assessment), 7/23/2015

00-2016, Chain of Custody Policy and Procedures - Amendment 1, 3/14/2006

6-2014, Virginia Freedom of Information Act Compliance, 10/10/2014

GM14-2006, VPA and Stormwater Management Permitting and Beneficial Use Determination Approval at Solid Waste Management Facilities, 4/30/2014

LPR 02-2002, Guidance Document Development, 6/3/2002

LPR 03-2004, Waste Division Review of Environmental Review Reports as Required by the National Environmental Policy Act, 5/25/2004

LPR 16-2002, Guidance for Certification of Waste Oil Burning Equipment for the State Income Tax Credit, 8/1/2002

LPR-2015-01, Guidance for the Certification of Recycling Machinery and Equipment for State Income Tax Credit, 8/25/2015

LPR-HW, Closure Guidance for Wood Treatment Facilities - Drip Pads, 6/7/2007

LPR-HW, Emergency Permits - Virginia Hazardous Waste Management Regulations and the RCRA Regulations - Guidance Summary, 5/13/2010

LPR-HW, Explosive Ordinance Disposal Emergency Response Operations and Emergency Permits Clarification, 3/4/2011

LPR-HW-01-1997, Discarded Sandblast Grit Policy, 2/14/1997

LPR-HW-01-2012, "Contained-in" and "Contained-out" Policy Guidance for Soils Contaminated with Hazardous Waste, 7/9/2012

LPR-HW-03-1994, Risk Based Closure - (REAMS) Risk Exposure and Analysis Modeling System, 11/1/1994

LPR-HW-05-1996, Siting Requirements for Hazardous Waste Management Facilities, 7/26/1996

LPR-HW-18-2002, Hazardous Waste Financial Assurance Procedures, 8/22/2002

LPR-HW-2013-01, Waste Procedure Number 5 - Hazardous Waste Emergency Permits, 12/9/2013

LPR-REM-01-1995, Policy for Handling Investigation Derived Waste, 9/1/2003

LPR-REM-01-1999, Guidance for Determining Eligibility of Sites for the Voluntary Remediation Program, 5/5/1999

LPR-REM-01-2001, Terminating Sites in the Voluntary Remediation Program, 2/3/2001

LPR-REM-02-2003, Guidance on Procedures for Reporting National Reporting List - Caliber Landfills Progress to EPA, 4/7/2003

LPR-REM-03-2002, Guidance for Assessing Groundwater at Voluntary Remediation Sites, 4/16/2002

LPR-REM-04-1996, Addendum to Policy for Handling Investigation Derived Waste, 7/24/1996

LPR-REM-05-2001, Certification of Satisfactory Completion of Remediation, 6/14/2001

LPR-REM-06-2003, Brownfields Manual, 3/12/2004

LPR-REM-RA RCRA, RCRA Corrective Action Risk Assessment Guidance, 11/20/2013

LPR-REM-RA SW, Solid Waste Risk Assessment Guidance, 10/10/2012

LPR-REM-RA VRP, Voluntary Remediation Risk Assessment Guidance, 5/17/2013

LPR-SW-EE-151, Virginia Waste Tire Program - Waste Tire Certification Instructions, 11/1/2003

LPR-SW-01-1994, Gas Condensate Recirculation, 11/1/2002

LPR-SW-01-2005, Guidance for Soil Analysis Required for Facilities Treating Petroleum Contaminated Soil under the Provisions of 9VAC20-80-360, 3/11/2005

LPR-SW-01-2007, Vegetative Waste Burning at Closed Landfills, 1/8/2007

LPR-SW-01-2007(2), Post-Closure Care Termination Memo, 4/30/2007

LPR-SW-01-2008, Surface Water Impacts at Solid Waste Landfills, 2/22/2008

LPR-SW-01-2009, Scenarios under Which a Part A Amendment Is or Is Not Required, 4/15/2009

LPR-SW-01-2011A, Implementation of the New Operations Manual Requirements, 7/9/2012

LPR-SW-01-2012, Interpretive Guidance for Groundwater Well Replacement Actions at Solid Waste Landfills, 2/3/2012

LPR-SW-02-1993, Seismic Impact Zone - Part A Requirements, 11/1/2002

LPR-SW-02-1997, Activities on Closed Landfills, 9/1/2003

LPR-SW-02-2007, Close Safely the Old 1205 Permitted Landfills, 12/22/2011

LPR-SW-02-2008, Landfill Waste Disposal Limits, 1/20/2009

LPR-SW-02-2009, Onsite Composting of Routine Animal Mortality, 5/1/2009

LPR-SW-02-2010, Solid Waste Compliance Program Inspection Manual, 5/27/2011

LPR-SW-02-2011, Crosswalk Comparison 9VAC20-80 versus 9VAC20-81, 3/28/2011

LPR-SW-02-2012, Solid Waste Special Waste Disposal Requests, 2/2/2012

LPR-SW-03-1997, Notice of Expansion for Category 2 and Category 3 Facilities, 8/17/1997

LPR-SW-03-2001, Local Landfill Certification for Noncaptive Industrial Landfills, 4/19/2001

LPR-SW-03-2005, Siting and Groundwater Monitoring for Landfills and the Vicinity of Wetlands, 8/17/2005

LPR-SW-03-2007, Management of Grit and Screenings, 2/26/2007

LPR-SW-03-2008, Solid Waste Permit Manual, 12/16/2008

LPR-SW-03-2009, Onsite Burial of Routine Animal Mortality, 5/1/2009

LPR-SW-03-2011, Changes to the Composting Provisions, 3/28/2011

LPR-SW-03-2012, Implementation of VELAP Certification, 3/27/2012

LPR-SW-04-1993, HELP Model - Leachate Generation for Tank Design, 6/1/2003

LPR-SW-04-2005, Sanitary Landfill Siting Relative to a Public Water Supply Intake or Reservoir, 8/23/2005

LPR-SW-04-2009, Solid Waste Management Plan Five-Year Update Guidance, 5/13/2009

LPR-SW-04-2011, Financial Assurance for Stockpiles of Materials for Beneficial Use or Other Uses, 2/22/2013

LPR-SW-04-2012, Management and Reuse of Contaminated Media, 7/17/2012

LPR-SW-05-1995, Definition of Appropriate Container, 9/1/2003

LPR-SW-05-2009, Research Development and Demonstration Plans, 11/9/2009

LPR-SW-06-1996, Disposal of Sharps, 8/6/1996

LPR-SW-06-2001, Guidance on the Director's Determination in § 10.1-1408.1 D 1 of the Code of Virginia - Permit by Rule Submissions, 8/9/2001

LPR-SW-06-2005, Coordination of Permitting Requirements for Wetlands and the Siting of Solid Waste Landfills, 8/22/2005

LPR-SW-06-2011, Amendment 7 and Phase I Monitoring, 8/3/2011

LPR-SW-07-1996, Closure Documents - Survey Plat Guidance, 8/6/1996

LPR-SW-07-2003, Permitting Guidance for the 10-Year Permit Review, 8/27/2003

LPR-SW-08-1993, Professional Engineer Certifications Required for Permit by Rules, 10/1/1993

LPR-SW-08-2001, Statement Regarding Data to be Incorporated into the Regulations for Solid Waste Management Planning, 12/18/2001

LPR-SW-09-2001, Management of Dredged Material, 12/31/2001

LPR-SW-17-2002, Solid Waste Financial Assurance Procedures, 8/22/2002

LPR-SW-2013-01, Landfill Construction Oversight Inspections, 6/3/2013

LPR-SW-2013-02, Landfill Mining Applicability and Application Requirements, 9/27/2013

LPR-SW-2013-03, Waste Information Request and Trade Secret Protection, 8/15/2013

LPR-SW-2014-01, Clarification of Required Final Cover Designs and Acceptable Alternate Designs, 3/28/2014

LPR-SW-2015-01, Use of Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Berms in Landfill Design, 4/24/2015

LPR-SW-ACL, Use of Alternate Concentration Limits for Establishing Groundwater Protection Standards (GPS), 6/4/2013

LPR-SW-EE-160, Virginia Waste Tire Program - Standards for Use of Tire Chips in a Residential Septic Drainfield, 8/1/1997

LPR-SW-EE-166, Virginia Waste Tire Program Utilization of Waste Tire Shred and Chips, 8/1/2002

LPR-SW-SI-00, Submission Instructions - 2012 Revision Approval Memo, 2/1/2012

LPR-SW-SI-01, Submission Instruction 01 - Procedural Requirements for a New or Modified Solid Waste Management Facility Application, 2/1/2012

LPR-SW-SI-02, Submission Instruction 02 - Design Plans and Report for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities, 2/2/2012

LPR-SW-SI-03, Submission Instruction 03 - Design Plans and Report for Waste to Energy, Thermal Treatment, and Incineration Facilities, 2/2/2012

LPR-SW-SI-04, Submission Instruction 04 - Design Plans and Report for Other Solid Waste Management Facilities, 2/2/2012

LPR-SW-SI-06, Submission Instruction 06 - Closure and Post-Closure Plans, 2/2/2012

LPR-SW-SI-07, Submission Instructions 07 - Leachate Management Plan for Solid Waste Management Facilities, 2/1/2012

LPR-SW-SI-09, Submission Instruction 09 - Requirements for Financial Assurance Mechanisms, 5/21/2002

LPR-SW-SI-10, Submission Instruction 10 - Procedural Requirements for Permits-by-Rule, 2/1/2012

LPR-SW-SI-13, Submission Instruction 13 - Landfill Gas Management, Remediation, and Odor Plans for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities, 2/2/2012

LPR-SW-SI-15, Submission Instruction 15 - Groundwater Nature and Extent Studies at Solid Waste Landfills, 1/31/2012

LPR-SW-SI-16, Submission Instruction 16 - Assessment of Corrective Measures for Groundwater at Solid Waste Landfills, 1/31/2012

LPR-SW-SI-17, Submission Instruction 17 - Corrective Action Plan, 12/11/2013

LPR-SW-SI-18, Submission Instruction 18 - Proposal for Presumptive Remedies, 1/31/2012

LPR-SW-SI-19, Submission Instruction 19 - Alternate Source Demonstrations, 2/3/2012

LPR-SW-SI-20, Submission Instruction 20 - Termination of Post-Closure Activity Evaluation, 12/10/2013

LPR-SW-SI-21, Submission Instruction 21 - Monitored Natural Attenuation, 9/22/2004

LPR-SW-SI-22, Submission Instruction 22 - Groundwater Alternate Point of Compliance Variance Petitions, 12/16/2011

LPR-SW-SI-23, Submission Instruction 23 - Groundwater Annual Reports, 12/16/2011

LPR-SW-SI-24, Submission Instruction 24 - Groundwater Semi-Annual and Quarterly Monitoring Reports, 12/16/2011

LPR-SW-SI-25, Submission Instructions for Monitored Natural Attenuation Based Corrective Action Site Evaluation Reports at Solid Waste Landfills, 7/13/2012

LPR-SW-SI-26, Submission Instructions for Groundwater Pump and Treat Based Corrective Action Site Evaluation Reports at Solid Waste Landfills, 7/13/2012

LPR-SW-SI-27, Submission Instruction 27 - Landfill Mining Operating Plans for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities, 9/30/2013

LPR-SW-SI-28, Submission Instructions 28 - Submission Instruction for Applying Site-Specific Alternate, 6/16/2015

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCE

The following documents are available on the department's website at http://dfs.virginia.gov. Questions regarding these documents may be directed to Amy M. Curtis, Department Counsel, Department of Forensic Science, 700 North 5th Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 786-2281, or email amy.curtis@dfs.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

5070, Evidence Handling and Laboratory Capabilities Guide, 8/31/2015

5942, Breath Test Operator Instructional Manual Intox EC/IR II, 7/7/2008

DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY

Copies of the following documents may be viewed during regular work days from 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, in the office of the Department of Forestry, 900 Natural Resources Drive, Suite 800, Charlottesville, VA 22903. Copies of the Alternate Management Plans and Reforestation of Timberlands Policy may be obtained free of charge by contacting Dean Cumbia at the same address, telephone (434) 220-9042, or FAX (434) 296-2369. Copies of the Water Quality Enforcement documents may be obtained free of charge by contacting Matt Poirot at the same address, telephone (434) 220-9027, or FAX (434) 296-2369. The documents may be downloaded from the Department of Forestry's website http://www.dof.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of Alternate Management Plans or Reforestation of Timberland Policy may be directed to Dean Cumbia, Department of Forestry, 900 Natural Resources Drive, Suite 800, Charlottesville, VA 22903, telephone (434) 220-9042, or FAX (434) 296-2369, or email dean.cumbia@dof.virginia.gov.

Questions regarding interpretation or implementation of Water Quality Enforcement documents may be directed to Matt Poirot, Department of Forestry, 900 Natural Resources Drive, Suite 800, Charlottesville, VA 22903, telephone (434) 220-9027, FAX (434) 296-2369, or email matt.poirot@dof.virginia.gov.

Guidance Documents:

2874,