Fonds contains records documenting the planning and execution of the 2010 winter games. Records are related to the following functions and activities:
General administration and governance of VANOC, including finances, human resources, legal services, and meetings of VANOC's Board and committees.
Establishing requirements and designs for sporting and non-sporting venues, overseeing construction and of new venues and modification of existing venues for the games.
Providing required sporting infrastructure, including timing and scoring, information and communications systems, medical services, anti-doping testing and accreditation.
Recruiting and coordinating volunteers
Generating revenue through corporate sponsorships, licensing, merchandising, and event ticketing. Managing relations with sponsors and partner organizations, and monitoring for infringements of copyrights, trademarks, and other exclusive commercial rights.
Marketing and communications to establish to establish the overall "look and feel" of the games, manage relations with broadcasters, media, and the press, and the planning and execution of non-sporting events, including ceremonies, the Torch Relay, and the Cultural Olympiad programme.
Overseeing relations with partner governments (federal, provincial, municipal and First-Nations ) and National Olympic and Paralympic Committees.
Providing support services, including transportation, accommodations, food and beverages, cleaning, security, snow removal and similar services.
Note that not all of the records received from VANOC have been processed. Presently, the following series are available:
S01 - VANOC Central records