U.S. Virgin Islands State Government Agencies

All 10 agencies

  • Department of Human Services

    14 forms

  • Department of Labor

    36 forms 2 contacts

    The MISSION of the Virgin Islands Department of Labor is to administer a system of effective programs and services designed to develop, protect and maintain a viable workforce.

    VISION is to achieve a well organized team that meets the challenges of the 21st Century and ensures the success of our territory in a global economy by pooling our resources to produce a work ready labor force that is dynamic, career driven, adaptable, technically literate and can meet the needs of a demand driven work environment.

  • District Court

    37 forms 1 contacts

  • Lieutenant Governor

    78 forms 2 contacts

    Believe strongly that we can and must do things differently.

    The aim is to serve the community.

  • Office of the Lieutenant Governor

    32 forms 2 contacts

    The Lt. Governor ’s early public service career as Legal Counsel to the V.I. Commissioner of Education and as Executive Director of the Board of Education led to hIs award-winning consultancy as the Coordinator/Researcher of the University of the Virgin Islands’ (UVI) Constitution 2008. The website created under his leadership was included by the Library of Congress in materials for the national election 2008. As the United Nations qualified expert on constitutional development in the U.S. territories, he represented the V.I. at the United Nations Decolonization Seminars in Grenada, Indonesia, and St. Kitts.

    Roach has served on UVI’s faculty, worked on its other projects with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, its Center for the Study of Spirituality and Professionalism, and was Editor-in-Chief of The Caribbean Writer.

    Lt. Governor Roach was elected to the 30th, 31st and 32nd legislatures as a staunch advocate for education, the environment, and the youth and elderly. As a member of the Education Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), he garnered the support of this influential body to adopt a resolution supporting full citizenship rights for Virgin Islanders which led to a full NCSL conference session devoted to the affairs of the remaining U.S. territories.

  • Property & Procurement

    42 forms 2 contacts

    Our goal is to provide you with a convenient location where you can get information, policies, procedures, forms, and other useful and timesaving items. This department is charged with managing all government, real and personal, properties, printing materials for all branches of the government, providing warehouse goods to all government departments, managing the government’s fleet of vehicles, issuing bids and proposals, and awarding contracts. Our duties are essential to the functioning of the central government of the Virgin Islands. We work endlessly to provide equitable, prompt, and efficient procurement for the territory and its residents. It is our pleasure to provide you with the services that you need.

  • Virgin Islands District Court

    38 forms 2 contacts

    The mission of the District Court of the Virgin Islands is to be a leader in serving the people of our community by providing impartial, cost-effective, timely and accessible administration of justice to all; and by treating all persons with integrity, fairness and respect.

  • Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority
  • Virgin Islands Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

    12 forms

  • Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority