Presentation #118.02 in the session Large Surveys, Programs and Catalogs.
The VLA Sky survey images all the sky visible to the VLA in three epochs, each separated by about 32 months. The survey is performed at 2-4GHz, in full polarization. With a resolution of 2.5-arcsec, is the highest resolution survey of the radio sky that has been performed to date. The first and second epochs of the survey are now complete, and we have started observations of the third epoch. In this talk I shall describe our progress with the survey, plans for the production and release of improved and higher-level data products, and some of the early science results on transient and variable radio sources. In particular, I shall discuss the radio variability seen in optically-bright AGN and quasars between the first and second epochs of the survey.