Virginia Institute for Public Policy

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The Virginia Institute for Public Policy (VIPP) is a state-based think tank that describes its mission as being to "lay the intellectual foundation for a society dedicated to individual liberty, free enterprise, private property, the rule of law, and constitutionally limited government."[1] VIPP is a member of the State Policy Network (SPN).

Funding

In its 2006 IRS filing, the Cato Institute stated that it provided a grant of $25,000 to the Virgina Institute for Public Policy.[2]

Core Financials

2011[3]

  • Total Revenue: $126,638
  • Total Expenses: $138,274
  • Net Assets: $82,385

2010[4]:

  • Total Revenue: $210,020.00
  • Total Expenses: $204,821.00
  • Net Assets: $51,932.00

2009[5]:

  • Total Revenue: $319,528.00
  • Total Expenses: $321,183.00
  • Net Assets: $79,899.00

Personnel

Board of Directors

  • John Taylor, president
  • Derwood S. Chase, Jr.
  • Charles J. Cooper
  • Timothy E. Donner
  • Becky Norton Dunlop, Heritage Foundation
  • Douglas C. Mills
  • Richard F. Norman
  • Lynn Taylor, vice president and CFO

Contact Information

282 Bald Rock Road
Verona, VA 24482
Phone:(540) 245-1776
Email: JTaylor AT VirginiaInstitute.org
Web: http://www.virginiainstitute.org/

Articles and Resources

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References

  1. Virginia Institute for Public Policy, Virginia Institute for Public Policy, organizational website, accessed March 2008.
  2. Cato Institute, 2006 IRS Form 990, organizational tax filing, 2006, pp. 19-23.
  3. Virginia Institute for Public Policy, 2011 IRS Form 990, organizational tax filing, November 14, 2012.
  4. Virginia Institute for Public Policy, IRS form 990, 2010. GuideStar.
  5. Virginia Institute for Public Policy, IRS form 990, 2009. GuideStar.
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