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New Policy for Visitors to DHR

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All visitors to DHR’s Richmond headquarters are now required to provide a photo identity card (e.g. driver’s license, state employee badge, etc.) at the main desk, where all visitors must sign in. The new policy applies to all visitors including those attending First Fridays with Tax Credit Program staff, or using the DHR Archives or meeting with DHR staff. Thank you for your cooperation with this new policy. For more information, please see these Guidelines for Visitors to DHR.

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