To provide timely, reliable, and quality statistics to enhance the social and economic development of the U.S. Virgin Islands
DPNR will continue to ensure the efficient delivery of services consistent with the Department’s mandates: to protect, maintain and manage the natural and cultural resources of the Virgin Islands, through the coordination of economic development, in collaboration with local, federal and non-government organizations, enabling present and future Virgin Island generations to live safer, fuller lives in harmony with their environment and cultural heritage.
The Virgin Islands Department of Public Works (DPW) is mandated to plan, construct and maintain our public roads, highways, storm drainage systems, buildings, transportation systems, parking facilities and cemeteries.
The purpose of the U.S. Economic Development Authority is to act as an umbrella authority that integrates and unifies the functions of the five agencies under one executive board in order to maximize efficiency and enhance economic development in the Territory.
The mission of the Office of the Virgin Islands Inspector General is to promote economy, efficiency and effectiveness, and to further the prevention of fraud, waste and abuse in the administration of the programs and operations of the Government of the United States Virgin Islands.
Its primary duties are 1) to aid the Government of the United States Virgin Islands in the performance of its fiscal duties; 2) to raise capital, public or private, for essential public projects; and, 3) to create programs and enter into contracts which will support the financing needs of the Government, promote economic recovery, and contribute to the stability of the Territory’s economy.
The mission of the Public Services Commission is to regulate all public utilities operating in the territory to ensure a fair and reasonable rate of return while providing the ratepayers with the highest quality service in a safe, consistent and efficient manner.
The Mission builds upon VIHA’s Vision. It communicates the essence of our stakeholders and includes VIHA’s purpose statement, business statement and the values and beliefs held by our members. It is one guiding set of ideas articulated, understood and supported by our stakeholders, board, staff, volunteers, donors, clients and collaborators.
The VIHFA aspires to be the premier self-reliant housing and community development agency fostering sustainable communities in the Territory.
The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) is a public corporation – a wholly owned subsidiary of the Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority (PFA). viNGN was primarily funded by grants from the Department of Commerce with a charter to provide wholesale broadband middle mile service to providers and to promote local economic growth, innovation and global competitiveness.
The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority is an autonomous agency of the Virgin Islands Government which produces and distributes electricity and drinking water to residential and commercial customers in the territory.
Viya is the largest telecommunications provider located in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI), providing a full suite of telecommunications and entertainment services. Viya’s family of services, for both the business and residential markets, include wireline and wireless voice service, fixed and mobile broadband and cable television service offered over a hybrid fiber-coaxial wireline network and a state-of-the-art 4G LTE wireless network serving St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John.