Virginia accelerator officially launches cybersecurity program
During a tour with industry and university cybersecurity leaders, Governor Bob McDonnell announced today the opening of the MACH37™ Cyber Accelerator and the first companies to be accepted in the accelerator.
Virginia names Governor's Technology Award Winners
The annual Governor's Technology Awards were presented to honorees in 10 categories at a special ceremony today at the Commonwealth of Virginia Innovative Technology Symposium (COVITS) in Richmond.
A look at Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology
The Center for Innovative Technology, a non-profit corporation based in the Washington suburb of Herndon, Va., uses a mix of state, federal and private sector funds to invest in high-growth, early-stage technology companies.
Northern Virginia Tech Council launches program to help veterans
The Northern Virginia Technology Council launched a new program on Tuesday designed to connect veterans to employment opportunities within Virginia’s technology community.
Virginia finishes fiscal year with $585 million surplus
The announcement of Virginia's fourth consecutive budget surplus in the McDonnell Administration came during the governor's annual fiscal year-end address to the joint money committees of the General Assembly.
Virginia, Amtrak reach historic deal
Governor Bob McDonnell announced today that Virginia has stepped up in partnership with Amtrak to sign on as the first state to usher in a new era and take greater control of passenger rail service.
Virginia to develop modeling and simulation strategic plan
Governor Bob McDonnell today announced the development of the Commonwealth’s first modeling and simulation plan.
Virginia receives Microsoft public sector award
RICHMOND - Governor Bob McDonnell announced today that Virginia received the Microsoft Dynamics Customer Excellence Award for the public sector. Virginia was selected for the top award from more than 1,000 public sector submissions based on the measurable success for improving citizen services using the company's customer relationship management (CRM) software.
Va. governor encourages NOVA businesses to sign up for free websites
RICHMOND- Governor Bob McDonnell today welcomed the news that Google is bringing its successful "Virginia Get Your Business Online" program to Falls Church next week with a series of workshops in English and Spanish designed to help area businesses build and grow their presence online.