University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park
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The University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park (RTPark) 〔(University of the Virgin Islands Research and Technology Park official website )〕 is the first independent research and e-technology park located in the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI).〔(U.S. Virgin Islands website )〕 Launched in 2002, RTPark is the first government-sponsored public-private collaboration for technology development in the USVI. It was formed as a public corporation by the government of the U.S. Virgin Islands and is headquartered on the St. Croix 〔(St. Croix website )〕 campus of the University of the Virgin Islands.〔(University of the Virgin Islands official website )〕 The goal of the RTPark is to develop the USVI technology community to generate long-term economic growth in the islands, by serving as a center for e-commerce and technology for transaction-oriented, knowledge-based businesses.
== History ==
Following a feasibility study and public input forums, the Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands 〔(Website for the Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands )〕 signed Act 6502 to establish RTPark in 2002. Created as a public corporation, it was formed to encourage growth in both economic development and technology for the USVI. Via a Protected Cell Corporation function as part of RTPark’s legislative charter, tax incentives can be extended to knowledge-based businesses that apply and are approved as RTPark tenants. The legislation for RTPark can be found in Title 17, Chapters 34 and 43 of the U.S. Virgin Islands Code.〔(U.S. Virgin Islands code )〕
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