A spokesperson for Gov. Tim Kaine said this afternoon Kaine wants to evaluate the information and corrections sent by family members before making final judgement on reconvening the Governor’s Review Panel.
The spokesperson said the top priority is making sure the factual material in the panel’s report is accurate. This will be done with the assistance of information systems company TriData.
Kaine has said he is not inclined to reconvene the panel, as the independent company will work with the state to compile the corrections sent by family members of victims and university personnel.
Proposed corrections are due by Aug. 19.
After evaluating that information, Kaine will make a final decision on the panel’s future.
The spokesperson said he did not know if Kaine had contacted any of the panel members to gauge their interest in reconvening, but said any conversations Kaine had with panel members would remain a private matter. Zc