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Dear VIP Customer.
Due to extreme inflationary pressures on raw materials and transportation, Virginia Correctional Enterprises will require a 50% deposit on all VCE projects totaling over $500,000, starting July 1, 2023.
The remaining balance due will continue to be paid under current VCE terms. No split-ordering will be accepted in order to artificially place orders under the $500K threshold.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support for VCE's critical mission.
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Virginia Correctional Enterprises is aware of the issues some users are having placing orders after the recent eVA upgrade.
While the eVA IT team is working hard to correct those problems, we kindly request that you contact eVA Customer Service if you encounter any issues placing a VCE order via eVA:
Thank you for your patience and patronage. Your orders allow VCE to fulfill its critical mission to strengthen future employment opportunities for inmates through on-the-job training and work development programs.
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Engraved Nameplates Discontinued
Please note that as of March 2022, VCE will no longer offer Engraved Nameplates. Please proceed with a release request for any future needs.
Virginia Correctional Enterprises (VCE) is proud to report that the Commission on Accreditation of the American Correctional Association (ACA) voted to fully accredit VCE on March 16, 2021.
ACA accreditation is part of VCE’s commitment to excellence through continuous improvement and ongoing compliance with the ACA Performance-Based Standards for Correctional Industries which include life, health, and safety standards as it pertains to staff and inmates.
The ACA Accreditation process promotes improvement in the management of correctional agencies through the administration of a voluntary accreditation program and the ongoing development and revision of relevant, useful standards. The standards, created and continuously refined by the ACA, represent leading correctional policies, procedures, and practices across all areas of operation.