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VIPA Rolls Out New Online Procurement System

Current vendors doing business with VIPA are encouraged to register using the new system to receive e-mail communications when bid events are issued for goods or services.

Commissioner Calvert White to Host ‘Inside the Cabinet’ Oct. 20

Commissioner White will discuss the Paul E. Joseph Stadium project and the Vincent Mason Pool project on St. Croix, Lionel Roberts Stadium on St. Thomas, the RBI Little League program in the territory and other issues relevant to the department.

Human Services Issues Summer Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfers (P-EBT)

P-EBT is an additional benefit that basically provides food assistance via a card that can be used in participating grocery stores and convenience stores for food items.

34th Legislature of the Virgin Islands Senate Calendar Oct. 18-22

Here’s what’s on tap at the V.I. Legislature this week.

Bryan Presents $337,750 to Caribbean Drag Racing Association to Complete St. Croix Track

The funding represents 50% of the total funding available to complete the reconstruction of the drag racing track.

Interior Department Grants for WAPA, GVI Vehicle Transitions Mark Advent of GO FLEET

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said the funds mark the beginning of the “Government Operations Fleet Efficiency & Electrification Transformation,” or GO FLEET.

October Is Pedestrian Safety Month

This is the first National Pedestrian Safety Month with the goal of increasing awareness about pedestrian safety, and reminding drivers and walkers that staying safe is a shared responsibility.

Federal Grant Jumpstarts WAPA’s Transition of Fossil Fuel to Electric Vehicles

The shift of the vehicle fleet from fossil fuel to one that is electric powered is a primary conduit to energy resiliency in the Virgin Islands.

USVI Rolls Out Welcome Mat for Italian Travelers

U.S. Virgin Islands Tourism Commissioner meets tour operators, media and global airline executives in Milan.

Supreme Court of the V.I. to Resume In-Person Proceedings for Oral Arguments

The Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands will resume hearing all oral arguments scheduled for the Oct. 12 session and, thereafter, in its courtroom at Crown Bay, St. Thomas.