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TAP Accelerator: Streamlining Workforce Services


Workforce System Researcher to Analyze Intake Processes

The Workforce Board has contracted with Community Attributes Inc. of Seattle to support workforce service integration across multiple programs and funding streams. CAI is tasked with identifying specific data elements and other information to help front line staff ensure:

  • Better client outcomes.
  • Streamline the customer experience.
  • Enhance accessibility and a client's ability to benefit from services.
  • Eliminate duplication of effort among workforce partners.

Project cost and timeframe

The $88,480 contract runs from October 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018 and

is meant to accelerate the state's strategic plan for workforce development, "Talent and Prosperity for All" (TAP).

CAI will work with several subcommittees focused on implementing the TAP plan. They include:


Staff contact: Wesley Nguyen | (360) 709-4641


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Final Streamlining Workforce Services Report


Governor Inslee invests $3 million in Washington's workforce system

Governor Inslee has provided approximately $3 million from federal workforce funding to accelerate implementation of Talent and Prosperity for All (TAP), Washington's workforce plan. These dollars are paying for competitive grants, planning, and committee work.

Read more about the local Workforce Development Council grants here.


"This is a big win for Washington workers, our business community, and our entire workforce system. These grants ensure TAP's principles are put into practice right away, move more Washington workers up the career ladder, and provide new openings for frontline workers, especially those with employment barriers."

--Governor Inslee


Additional funding set aside to help launch plan

The Governor designated $360,000 to help support six TAP implementation committees. Two of the committees have set aside a portion of their funding to help pay for the workforce services research project.



The Workforce Board is committed to providing employees and the public, including individuals with disabilities, access to its information and services. For information regarding documents, handouts, other questions, or those needing special accommodation, please contact Rebecca Reule, (360) 709-4640.





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