Setting goals and measuring progress toward results have been an integral part of the Workforce Board since its inception. It is, in fact, one of our core missions. As such, we make every attempt to ensure our measuring tools are constant so statistics accurately reflect what is happening in the workforce development system, in our agency -- and in our state.
Washington State Quality Award application
The Workforce Board applied for the Washington State Quality Award in December 2008.
GMAP (Government Management Accountability and Performance) is a management practice which allows state agencies to analyze their programs so they can improve the delivery of government services. It shows the Governor - and the public - how government programs are working and whether citizens are receiving value for their tax dollars. Get more information about GMAP here. For each Workforce Board team's performance, click on the appropriate team name:
Agency's 2009-2013 Strategic Plan
View our comprehensive plan for helping our residents achieve living-wage jobs, while supplying Washington employers with the skilled workforce they need.
Budget Activity Assessment 2009
The state's Office of Financial Management conducted this performance measure assessment based on the agency's Strategic Plan.