The Council on Virginia's Future (henceforth "The Council") makes every effort to ensure that the information presented on this site is accurate, reliable and timely. However, we do not make any claim that such is 100 percent true 100 percent of the time and therefore we cannot be held liable for the ultimate accuracy, reliability or timeliness of the content found on this site.
Similarly, this site may reference specific commercial products, processes, or services by trade name, trademark, or manufacturer, but this does not constitute or imply any endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Council.
This Web site contains links to external Web sites and pages containing information created and maintained by public and private organizations other than the Council, which alone determine what external Web sites are linked to. These links are offered to be helpful to our site visitors, but just because we link to another Web site does not mean we explicitly or implicitly endorse, recommend or especially favor these entities.
Links to external Web sites and pages may be removed or replaced at the sole discretion of the Council at any time without notice.
If a link on the Virginia Performs site is not working, please contact our webmaster.
See also this policy's Disclaimer section above regarding off-site content and policies.
The Virginia Performs site may provide content in several formats that require plug-ins, or separate browser components, to properly view. All required plug-ins are free to use.
The plug-ins used are:
- Adobe Portable Document Format files (.pdf) - Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Microsoft Word documents (.doc) - Word Viewer
- Microsoft Excel spreadsheets (.xls) - Excel Viewer
- Microsoft PowerPoint presentations (.ppt) - PowerPoint Viewer
Mac users may want to download
the latest version
of NeoOffice, which will convert Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents to an open source format.
During your visit to this site, we do automatically gather and store certain information about your visit. This information does not identify you personally and is limited to:
- The IP address (a number automatically assigned to your computer in order to browse the Web) and Internet domain of your computer (for example, "company.com" if you connect from work, "school.edu" if you connect from school);
- The type of browser and operating system used to access our Web site;
- The date and time you access our Web site;
- The pages you visit; and
- If you linked to this Web site from another Web site, the address of that Web site.
This information is used to track site usage and user technology; it also helps us to make our site more useful to visitors.
Other than the information listed above, personal information is only collected if you send an e-mail to staff in the Council or the Partnership, or fill out a form with your personal information and submit it through our Web site. These communications are automatically logged for tracking purposes, and will be used to follow-up on your comments, questions, or requests.
We do not collect personal information for any other purposes. The information that you provide is not given to any private organizations or private persons. Neither the Council nor the Partnership collects or uses information for commercial marketing. [Make sure this last statement is true for HRP.]
"Cookies" are small files either stored on a server or sent back to a visiting computer. In certain applications user information is stored as "cookies," which are then sent back to and stored on the user's computer.
See also this policy's Privacy section regarding information gathered by this site and the use of that information.
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Permission is granted
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use of its contents.
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The Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), located at § 2.2-3700 et. seq. of the Code of Virginia, guarantees citizens of the Commonwealth and representatives of the media access to public records held by public bodies, public officials, and public employees.
For more information, visit the Council on Virginia's Future FOIA page.