The Resource Web site of the Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness, (electronic resource)

Web site of the Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness, (electronic resource)

Label
Web site of the Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness, 2005-2006
Title
Web site of the Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness
Inclusive dates
2005-2006
Title variation
Governor Mark R. Warner Administration Web Archive
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Language
eng
Summary
  • In the fall of 2005, the Library of Virginia was one of several cultural heritage institutions that participated in a pilot project with the Internet Archive to develop and refine a tool to collect, preserve, and provide access to Web sites that meet institutional collection policies and are considered to be of enduring value. This tool is called Archive-It
  • Spurred on by our mission to preserve and make accessible in perpetuity the Web heritage of each Virginia governor, the Library as part of its pilot project archived the Web-based materials for the administration of Governor Mark R. Warner. The Library also expanded its collection parameters for the project to include the campaign Web sites related to Virginia's state-wide elections taking place in the fall of 2005. This included the sites of the candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General, as well as related political party sites and several political blogs. Additional collections highlighting two state-wide projects, the Jamestown 2007 observance and the renovation of Capitol Square in Richmond, are also available
  • Beginning on 20 September 2005, the Office of Commonwealth Preparedness' Web site was captured weekly during the last four months of Governor Warner's Administration
  • About the Office provides a link to an Office Overview, George Foresman's biography, Robert Newman's biography, staff and contact information,and press releases (not archived)
  • Virginia's Secure Commonwealth Initiative provides a link to Secure Commonwealth Panel Meeting Information, Commonwealth Preparedness Working Group, National Capital Region Senior Policy Group, Virginia Military Advisory Council, and Report and Publications
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  • Described
Biographical or historical data
On 28 December 2001, Governor-elect Mark R. Warner named Lt. Governor John Hager to the newly created position of Assistant to the Governor for Commonwealth Preparedness. The Office of Commonwealth Preparedness is a Cabinet-rank office created after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The Office is responsible for coordinating a complex array of homeland security and preparedness initiatives across state government. John Hager resigned effective 30 April 2004. Hager was succeeded by Deputy Assistant for Commonwealth Preparedness, George W. Foresman. Foresman was also a former deputy director of the Virginia Department of Emergency Management. Foresman served until the end of the Warner administration in January 2006.
Cataloging source
VIC
Label
Web site of the Virginia Office of Commonwealth Preparedness, (electronic resource)
Link
http://wayback.archive-it.org/190/*/http://www.commonwealthpreparedness.virginia.gov/
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • The Library of Virginia
Organization method
Homepage organized into the following categories: About the Office and Virginia's Secure Commonwealth Initiative.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
001541547
System details
  • Written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)
  • Web site contains Microsoft Word files and pdf files
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
Type of computer file
Web site

Library Locations

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