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Provide consumer protection

Strategy: Provide consumer protection

Agency: 185 - Horse Racing Commission

A001 - Promotion of Horse Racing

The Horse Racing Commission is responsible for encouraging the training and development of the equine industry and promoting the economic benefits derived from the industry. It annually provides purse funds to nonprofit racetracks, collects and distributes the Washington bred owners’ bonus funds, and provides funds to nonprofit racetracks for the maintenance and upgrade of racecourses and equine quartering areas.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 16.0 16.0 16.0
GFS
Other 667,000.0 667,000.0 1,334,000.0
Totals 667,000.0 667,000.0 1,334,000.0

000422 - Average number of horses per race

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 7 8
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 8
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 8
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 8
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002606 - Number of Race Days

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 78 76
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 72 76
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 76
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 76
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002607 - Number of Races

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 653
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 653
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 653
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 653
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002608 - Number of Horses Starting

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 4,900
2017-19 Q2 4,585 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 4,900
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 4,900
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 4,900
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002609 - Nonprofit Racetrack Purse Fund (1/10 percent)

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $77,499.00 $80,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q4 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q5 $77,470.00 $80,000.00
2017-19 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q8 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q1 $0.00 $80,000.00
2019-21 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q4 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q5 $0.00 $80,000.00
2019-21 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q8 $0.00 $0.00

002610 - Grants to Nonprofit Racetracks from Operating Account (Fund 169)

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $0.00 $46,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $42,300.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q4 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q5 $0.00 $46,000.00
2017-19 Q6 $42,330.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q8 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q1 $0.00 $46,000.00
2019-21 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q4 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q5 $0.00 $46,000.00
2019-21 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q8 $0.00 $0.00

002611 - Total Combined Wagering (Parmutuel Handle and Advance Deposit Wagers)

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $150,463,680.00 $147,590,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q4 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q5 $0.00 $150,040,000.00
2017-19 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q8 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q1 $0.00 $147,590,000.00
2019-21 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q4 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q5 $0.00 $150,040,000.00
2019-21 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q8 $0.00 $0.00

A002 - Regulation of Horse Racing

The Horse Racing Commission is responsible for regulating pari-mutuel horse racing. It licenses, regulates, and supervises pari-mutuel horse race meets and licenses individuals who participate in pari-mutuel horse racing to ensure public confidence in the integrity of racing and pari-mutuel wagering.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 1,634,000.0 1,604,000.0 3,238,000.0
Totals 1,634,000.0 1,604,000.0 3,238,000.0

002612 - Percent of Horses Inspected Prior to Racing

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 90% 100%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 0% 0%
2017-19 Q5 0% 100%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 0% 0%
2019-21 Q1 0% 100%
2019-21 Q2 0% 0%
2019-21 Q3 0% 0%
2019-21 Q4 0% 0%
2019-21 Q5 0% 100%
2019-21 Q6 0% 0%
2019-21 Q7 0% 0%
2019-21 Q8 0% 0%

002613 - Blood Samples Screened

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 885 900
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 900
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 900
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 900
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002614 - Urine Samples Screened

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 795 900
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 900
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 900
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 900
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002615 - Number of Overages on Permitted Substances

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 5 3
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 3
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 3
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 3
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002616 - Number of Prohibited Medication Violations

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 9 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

002617 - Number of Licenses Issued

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 2,847 2,887
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 2,887
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 0 0
2019-21 Q1 0 2,887
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 0 2,887
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

Preserve and maintain state, regional and local transportation systems

Strategy: Preserve and maintain state, regional and local transportation systems

Agency: 406 - County Road Administration Board

A001 - Technical Assistance and Management Oversight

The County Road Administration Board (CRAB) maintains the statewide inventory of county roads used as the basis for grant program eligibility and fuel tax calculations, and prepares the calculations for the annual fuel tax allocation for each county. The Board sets standards of operation for all county road agencies and enforces these standards through a system of annual reporting and site visits. It also provides technical and administrative assistance to counties, including information technology services and training. (Rural Arterial Account-State, Motor Vehicle Account-State, County Arterial Account-State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 8.7 8.7 8.7
GFS
Other 4,106,000.0 4,110,000.0 8,216,000.0
Totals 4,106,000.0 4,110,000.0 8,216,000.0

000442 - Certificates of Good Practice Received

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 39 39
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 39 39
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 39 39
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 39

000445 - Number of traffic fatalities that occur on county roads per year

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 121 200
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 120 200
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 111 200
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 200

000446 - Number of traffic-related injuries that occur on county roads per year

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 5,600 10,500
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 4,987 10,500
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 4,935 10,500
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 10,500

000671 - Number of County persons directly trained by CRAB staff.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A1 0 0
2017-19 A2 0 0
2017-19 A3 1,380 1,207
2019-21 A1 0 0
2019-21 A2 0 0
2019-21 A3 0 1,207

A002 - Rural Arterial Program

Rural Arterial Account monies are distributed to the counties in the form of project grants to improve rural arterial and collector roads and to provide transportation engineering assistance. Counties compete regionally for these construction dollars by submitting projects which are then rated by CRAB staff against objective criteria established for each region.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.0 4.0 4.0
GFS
Other 27,953,000.0 28,209,000.0 56,162,000.0
Totals 27,953,000.0 28,209,000.0 56,162,000.0

000444 - Percentage of county-owned bridges that are in fair or better condition

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 0%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 97% 80%
2017-19 Q5 0% 0%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 98% 80%
2019-21 Q1 0% 0%
2019-21 Q2 0% 0%
2019-21 Q3 0% 0%
2019-21 Q4 97% 80%
2019-21 Q5 0% 0%
2019-21 Q6 0% 0%
2019-21 Q7 0% 0%
2019-21 Q8 0% 80%

000543 - Percentage of county road arterials in fair or better condition

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 0%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 95% 90%
2017-19 Q5 0% 0%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 95% 90%
2019-21 Q1 0% 0%
2019-21 Q2 0% 0%
2019-21 Q3 0% 0%
2019-21 Q4 95% 90%
2019-21 Q5 0% 0%
2019-21 Q6 0% 0%
2019-21 Q7 0% 0%
2019-21 Q8 0% 90%

A003 - County Arterial Preservation Program

Grants are awarded based upon each county’s total arterial lane miles as certified by the county road log at CRAB. To remain eligible for this program, each county must certify to CRAB’s satisfaction that a pavement management system is in use which meets or exceeds the board’s standards.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.5 4.5 4.5
GFS
Other 19,427,000.0 19,621,000.0 39,048,000.0
Totals 19,427,000.0 19,621,000.0 39,048,000.0

000543 - Percentage of county road arterials in fair or better condition

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 0%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 95% 90%
2017-19 Q5 0% 0%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 95% 90%
2019-21 Q1 0% 0%
2019-21 Q2 0% 0%
2019-21 Q3 0% 0%
2019-21 Q4 95% 90%
2019-21 Q5 0% 0%
2019-21 Q6 0% 0%
2019-21 Q7 0% 0%
2019-21 Q8 0% 90%

Effective transportation system governance and management

Strategy: Effective transportation system governance and management

Agency: 410 - Transportation Commission

A001 - Transportation Management and Policy

The Commission represents the public's interest in the long-term planning, financing, and delivery of statewide transportation systems and services. It actively engages the public and stakeholders in the statewide planning and policy development process. One approach taken to gather public input is via online surveys conducted through its Ferry Riders Opinion Group (FROG) survey panel and its Voice of Washington State (VOWS) survey panel. The FROG has nearly 20,000 active members (largely ferry riders), and the VOWS has over 30,000 active members made up of citizens from across the state. All survey results from both panels are statistically valid and projectable. The Commission also recommends transportation policy needs and changes to the Legislature and the Governor's Office, based upon knowledge gained from outreach, studies, and meetings. The Commission is designated as the state's tolling authority and also sets ferry fares and related fare policy for Washington State Ferries. In setting ferry fares and highway tolls, the Commission conducts an extensive public input process prior to making fare and toll decisions. It is required to develop the 20 year statewide Washington Transportation Plan. This plan establishes the state's general transportation policy direction and funding priorities that the Department of Transportation, regional and local transportation agencies are required to structure their various plans around. The Commission has oversight responsibilities for the Department of Transportation's Public Private Partnership (PPP) program, ensuring that a fully independent proposal, bid, and contract execution protocol is followed. It also holds final decision authority on all PPP contracts. The Commission conducts various policy and financing studies as directed by the Legislature and Governor and advises them of the studies' findings and makes recommendations.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 10.7 10.7 10.7
GFS
Other 1,204,000.0 1,989,000.0 3,193,000.0
Totals 1,204,000.0 1,989,000.0 3,193,000.0
Expected Results

The Commission chose to measure its interaction with the public .The goal is to make sure that the public, transportation stakeholders, local and regional transportation officials and entities, and other partners have effective access to WSTC discussions and decision-making. The number of meetings sponsored by the Commission or attended by individual commissioners where the public or transportation stakeholders are in attendance is one output that can be an indicator of the accessibility of the Commission. An outcome measure that can be an indicator of accessibility is the level of satisfaction on the part of individuals with their access to discussion and the decision making process of the Commission.

Enhance mobility system quality and service

Strategy: Enhance mobility system quality and service

Agency: 411 - Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board

A001 - Policy Development and Implementation

The Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board (FMSIB) develops a comprehensive and coordinated state policy that facilitates freight movement within the state. Part of this activity involves ongoing, predictable funding that is dedicated to building FMSIB projects.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 0.60 0.60 0.60
GFS
Other 12,274,000.0 19,772,000.0 32,046,000.0
Totals 12,274,000.0 19,772,000.0 32,046,000.0

000477 - Number of barriers to freight movement mitigated

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 1 0
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 1 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 1 0

000482 - Number of barriers to freight movement mitigated by removal of chokepoints

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 2 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 2 0
2017-19 Q6 3 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 1 0
2019-21 Q1 1 0
2019-21 Q2 1 0
2019-21 Q3 1 0
2019-21 Q4 1 0
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 1 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

A002 - Partnering Coordination

FMSIB coordinates planning efforts between public and private partners to ensure that resources are used most effectively to support increased trade, expedite regional manufacturing and agricultural products through communities, and improve the state's economic competitiveness.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 0.70 0.70 0.70
GFS
Other 139,000.0 139,000.0 278,000.0
Totals 139,000.0 139,000.0 278,000.0

000477 - Number of barriers to freight movement mitigated

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 1 0
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 1 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 1 0

000482 - Number of barriers to freight movement mitigated by removal of chokepoints

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 2 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 2 0
2017-19 Q6 3 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 1 0
2019-21 Q1 1 0
2019-21 Q2 1 0
2019-21 Q3 1 0
2019-21 Q4 1 0
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 1 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

000574 - Number of public outreach contacts

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 18 0
2017-19 Q2 13 0
2017-19 Q3 78 0
2017-19 Q4 28 0
2017-19 Q5 17 0
2017-19 Q6 22 0
2017-19 Q7 93 0
2017-19 Q8 29 0
2019-21 Q1 26 0
2019-21 Q2 26 0
2019-21 Q3 119 0
2019-21 Q4 19 0
2019-21 Q5 35 0
2019-21 Q6 42 0
2019-21 Q7 80 0
2019-21 Q8 80 0

A003 - Management and Operations

The board performs public outreach to develop support for freight mobility projects. It also proposes dedicated funding for freight mobility projects, manages grant needs, and monitors congressional freight policy and federal freight appropriations.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 0.70 0.70 0.70
GFS
Other 139,000.0 140,000.0 279,000.0
Totals 139,000.0 140,000.0 279,000.0

000477 - Number of barriers to freight movement mitigated

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 1 0
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 0 0
2019-21 Q5 1 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 1 0

000482 - Number of barriers to freight movement mitigated by removal of chokepoints

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 2 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 0 0
2017-19 Q5 2 0
2017-19 Q6 3 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 1 0
2019-21 Q1 1 0
2019-21 Q2 1 0
2019-21 Q3 1 0
2019-21 Q4 1 0
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 1 0
2019-21 Q8 0 0

000574 - Number of public outreach contacts

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 18 0
2017-19 Q2 13 0
2017-19 Q3 78 0
2017-19 Q4 28 0
2017-19 Q5 17 0
2017-19 Q6 22 0
2017-19 Q7 93 0
2017-19 Q8 29 0
2019-21 Q1 26 0
2019-21 Q2 26 0
2019-21 Q3 119 0
2019-21 Q4 19 0
2019-21 Q5 35 0
2019-21 Q6 42 0
2019-21 Q7 80 0
2019-21 Q8 80 0

Ensure access to and participation in cultural and recreational opportunities

Strategy: Ensure access to and participation in cultural and recreational opportunities

Agency: 387 - Washington State Arts Commission

A001 - Build Participation in the Arts

The Arts Commission advances and supports arts and culture in Washington State through leadership, knowledge, funding, and resources that build participation in and access to the arts. Washington residents and visitors have expanded opportunities to participate in the arts as a result of the agency's investment in arts activities, artists, and targeted initiatives throughout the state. Funding and services are focused to strengthen local communities and to provide arts opportunities for the public, including geographically remote, economically disadvantaged, disabled, and ethnic communities.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.4 4.4 4.4
GFS 742,000.0 755,000.0 1,497,000.0
Other 289,000.0 256,000.0 545,000.0
Totals 1,031,000.0 1,011,000.0 2,042,000.0

000502 - Number of individuals benefiting

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 0 1,200,000
2017-19 A3 0 1,200,000

002942 - Number of Creative Districts established.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2019-21 A2 0 4
2019-21 A3 0 4

A002 - Local Arts Organizations

The Arts Commission invests in a range of public and nonprofit arts organizations through competitive grant funding to increase access to the arts and strengthen arts organizations across the state. State funding leverages additional public and private funds from local, state, and federal sources, and reduces admission prices. Arts Commission grants require organizations to demonstrate accountability, and to document and evaluate the results of state investments.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.1 3.1 3.1
GFS 72,000.0 74,000.0 146,000.0
Other 1,911,000.0 1,352,000.0 3,263,000.0
Totals 1,983,000.0 1,426,000.0 3,409,000.0
Expected Results

Arts organizations across the state provide quality arts programming, build organizational capacity, broaden outreach, and leverage other resources. State funding makes the arts more affordable and brings diverse cultural offerings to audiences statewide. Arts organizations contribute to the economic vitality of their communities and the state, attracting new business, and contributing to the local workforce, and tax base.

A003 - Public Art

Public art enhances state buildings and spaces, and encourages community dialogue and participation. The Arts Commission's Art in Public Places program has a mandated responsibility (RCW 43.46.090) to acquire and place artwork in publicly accessible places throughout Washington State. The State Art Collection includes 4,600 artworks acquired since 1974. Acquisition, stewardship, conservation, and education efforts are focused on preserving the state's investment, minimizing future maintenance needs, and ensuring the quality of the collection for future generations to experience.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.7 3.6 3.7
GFS 963,000.0 976,000.0 1,939,000.0
Other
Totals 963,000.0 976,000.0 1,939,000.0

001785 - # of artworks receiving conservation services

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 37 25
2017-19 Q2 19 25
2017-19 Q3 97 25
2017-19 Q4 12 25
2017-19 Q5 10 25
2017-19 Q6 59 25
2017-19 Q7 46 25
2017-19 Q8 72 25
2019-21 Q1 21 25
2019-21 Q2 49 25
2019-21 Q3 58 25
2019-21 Q4 17 25
2019-21 Q5 21 25
2019-21 Q6 23 25
2019-21 Q7 51 25
2019-21 Q8 25 25
2021-23 Q1 0 25
2021-23 Q2 0 25
2021-23 Q3 0 25
2021-23 Q4 0 25
2021-23 Q5 0 25
2021-23 Q6 0 25
2021-23 Q7 0 25
2021-23 Q8 0 25

001786 - % of artwork acquistions rated good/excellent

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 100% 100%
2017-19 Q2 100% 100%
2017-19 Q3 100% 100%
2017-19 Q4 100% 100%
2017-19 Q5 100% 100%
2017-19 Q6 100% 100%
2017-19 Q7 100% 100%
2017-19 Q8 0% 100%
2019-21 Q1 100% 100%
2019-21 Q2 100% 100%
2019-21 Q3 0% 100%
2019-21 Q4 0% 100%
2019-21 Q5 0% 100%
2019-21 Q6 0% 100%
2019-21 Q7 0% 100%
2019-21 Q8 0% 100%
2021-23 Q1 0% 100%
2021-23 Q2 0% 100%
2021-23 Q3 0% 100%
2021-23 Q4 0% 100%
2021-23 Q5 0% 100%
2021-23 Q6 0% 100%
2021-23 Q7 0% 100%
2021-23 Q8 0% 100%

001787 - % of artworks inventoried w/current condition and location

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 100% 90%
2017-19 A3 100% 90%
2019-21 A2 66% 90%
2019-21 A3 82% 90%
2021-23 A2 0% 90%
2021-23 A3 0% 90%

002810 - Number of artworks uploaded to My Public Art Portal

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 286 300
2017-19 Q2 281 300
2017-19 Q3 320 300
2017-19 Q4 311 300
2017-19 Q5 269 300
2017-19 Q6 434 300
2017-19 Q7 402 300
2017-19 Q8 0 300

002811 - Percent of increase in My Public Art Portal users annually.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 0% 20%
2017-19 A3 0% 20%

002943 - Percentage of the Collection needing conservation or restoration

Biennium Period Actual Target
2019-21 Q1 0% 17%
2019-21 Q2 0% 17%
2019-21 Q3 0% 17%
2019-21 Q4 0% 17%
2019-21 Q5 0% 17%
2019-21 Q6 0% 17%
2019-21 Q7 0% 17%
2019-21 Q8 0% 17%

002944 - The number of exterior artworks repaired or maintained.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2019-21 Q1 0 25
2019-21 Q2 0 25
2019-21 Q3 0 25
2019-21 Q4 0 25
2019-21 Q5 0 25
2019-21 Q6 0 25
2019-21 Q7 0 25
2019-21 Q8 0 25

002945 - The number of framed, two-dimentional artworks repaired or maintained.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2019-21 Q1 0 35
2019-21 Q2 0 35
2019-21 Q3 0 35
2019-21 Q4 0 35
2019-21 Q5 0 35
2019-21 Q6 0 35
2019-21 Q7 0 35
2019-21 Q8 0 35

002946 - The number of interior artworks repaired or maintained.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2019-21 Q1 0 57
2019-21 Q2 0 57
2019-21 Q3 0 57
2019-21 Q4 0 57
2019-21 Q5 0 57
2019-21 Q6 0 57
2019-21 Q7 0 57
2019-21 Q8 0 57

002947 - Percentage of partner agency requests for artwork assistance completed within 6 months.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2019-21 Q1 0% 100%
2019-21 Q2 0% 100%
2019-21 Q3 0% 100%
2019-21 Q4 0% 100%
2019-21 Q5 0% 100%
2019-21 Q6 0% 100%
2019-21 Q7 0% 100%
2019-21 Q8 0% 100%

A004 - Support the Arts as Basic Education

The agency invests in learning in, through, and about the arts for children, youth, and adults. The Arts Commission supports high quality and effective arts education programs for all K-12 students across the state through community-based arts learning partnerships. The arts improve student achievement and contribute to increased attendance, student leadership, and graduation rates. Arts education helps students develop 21st century skills such as creativity, critical thinking, creative problem solving, collaborative learning, interpersonal communication, and cultural awareness. Through Arts Commission investments, teachers and teaching artists receive training in the Essential Academic Learning Requirements (EALRs) in the Arts; they also learn to integrate the arts into other subject areas, and to improve student assessment techniques. The agency also invests in arts learning opportunities for adults including professional development for artists and arts leaders, workshops, convenings, and folk arts apprenticeships.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.4 4.4 4.4
GFS 857,000.0 864,000.0 1,721,000.0
Other 616,000.0 784,000.0 1,400,000.0
Totals 1,473,000.0 1,648,000.0 3,121,000.0

000692 - Number of students receiving arts education

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 0 35,000
2017-19 A3 0 35,000

000697 - Number of K-12 teachers trained to teach art concepts

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 0 1,000
2017-19 A3 0 1,000

001788 - Funds leveraged by arts education grants

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 $0.00 $1,000,000.00
2017-19 A3 $0.00 $1,000,000.00

Improve workplace safety and fairness

Strategy: Improve workplace safety and fairness

Agency: 120 - Human Rights Commission

A002 - Civil Rights Complaint Resolutions

The mission of the Washington State Human Rights Commission is to enforce RCW 49.60, the Washington State Law Against Discrimination. The Commission works to eliminate and prevent discrimination throughout the state in employment; real estate transactions; credit and insurance transactions; and in places of public accommodation based on race; creed; color; national origin; sex; sexual orientation; gender identity; marital status; familial status; age; disability; and honorably discharged veterans or military status; HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C status; the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability; use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability; status as a mother breastfeeding her child; whistleblower retaliation of the following types: state employees, state hospital residents or employees, conveyances, Dept of Health, Healthcare, and DSHS Public Benefits; and retaliation for opposing an unfair practice. Administrative support provides the infrastructure to ensure that the core work of the agency can be done effectively and efficiently. The five Commission members, appointed by the Governor, engage in rule making, set overall agency policy direction, and approve all findings for complaints investigated by staff.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 37.1 41.6 39.4
GFS 2,973,000.0 2,993,000.0 5,966,000.0
Other 1,340,000.0 1,302,000.0 2,642,000.0
Totals 4,313,000.0 4,295,000.0 8,608,000.0

000328 - Percentage of cases closures completed within 180 days filed after July 1, 2005

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 0%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 0% 60%
2017-19 Q5 0% 0%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 0% 60%
2019-21 Q1 0% 0%
2019-21 Q2 0% 0%
2019-21 Q3 0% 0%
2019-21 Q4 0% 60%
2019-21 Q5 0% 0%
2019-21 Q6 0% 0%
2019-21 Q7 0% 0%
2019-21 Q8 0% 60%

Manage mobility system demand and maximize operations

Strategy: Manage mobility system demand and maximize operations

Agency: 205 - Board of Pilotage Commissioners

A001 - Marine Pilot Regulation

The Board of Pilotage Commissioners is a regulatory board appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate, consisting of nine part-time members and two full-time staff. Marine pilots are trained, tested, licensed, and regulated by the board in order to provide efficient compulsory pilotage services, maintain a safe marine environment, and develop and encourage waterborne commerce for Washington State. The board annually sets tariffs which a pilot must charge for pilotage services performed aboard vessels; adopts rules and regulations; and may take disciplinary action against pilots and/or vessel owners who violate state pilotage laws. (Pilotage Account-State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.2 3.2 3.2
GFS
Other 2,890,000.0 2,887,000.0 5,777,000.0
Totals 2,890,000.0 2,887,000.0 5,777,000.0

000510 - Incidents

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 2 2
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 2 2
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 1 2
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 2

000515 - Near miss occurrences

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 2 2
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 2 2
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 5 2
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 2

000517 - Number of licensed Pilots

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 54 57
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 54 57
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 59 57
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 57

Enhance mobility system quality and service

Strategy: Enhance mobility system quality and service

Agency: 405 - Department of Transportation

B001 - Tolling Maintenance and Preservation

This activity provides statewide toll facility maintenance and preservation of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, State Route 167, State Route 520, State Route 99, and Interstate 405.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 1,427,000.0 1,564,000.0 2,991,000.0
Totals 1,427,000.0 1,564,000.0 2,991,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

B002 - Tolling Operations

This activity is responsible for current and future statewide toll collection operations, including toll account management, customer service, and toll payment enforcement in order to safeguard state assets. The activity manages the quality and efficiency of toll operations for state transportation facilities financed through direct user fees or tolls. Toll Operations is responsible to forecast and analyze traffic, revenue, operations, and maintenance costs for recommending toll schedule adjustments to the toll setting authority. It also provides statewide tolling operations, which currently include the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, State Route 167, State Route 520, State Route 99, and Interstate 405.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 51.8 62.1 57.0
GFS
Other 65,809,000.0 65,623,000.0 131,432,000.0
Totals 65,809,000.0 65,623,000.0 131,432,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

C001 - Implementing Systems

This activity provides management of the department's information technology systems’ architecture and security environments for enterprise business applications.  It also includes project management knowledge and expertise, project planning, project execution, project coordination, and oversight of enterprise technology projects.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 9.5 9.1 9.3
GFS
Other 5,306,000.0 4,633,000.0 9,939,000.0
Totals 5,306,000.0 4,633,000.0 9,939,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

C002 - Region Services

This activity provides operational coordination of distributed technologies across the department statewide.  This coordination supports geographically dispersed business units, including the department's six regional locations and the Washington State Ferries that require on-site technology, operational support, and services.  These dispersed technology groups also serve the department's more remote locations such as maintenance shops and highway construction project offices.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 118.9 113.7 116.3
GFS
Other 22,285,000.0 21,766,000.0 44,051,000.0
Totals 22,285,000.0 21,766,000.0 44,051,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

C003 - Systems Maintenance

This activity provides management and security for the enterprise mainframe operations, server operations, network infrastructure, data management, enterprise software license, and support and maintenance of enterprise business applications.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 139.6 133.4 136.5
GFS
Other 28,379,000.0 27,687,000.0 56,066,000.0
Totals 28,379,000.0 27,687,000.0 56,066,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

D001 - Capital Facilities Maintenance and Operation

This activity operates, maintains, and is responsible for capital improvements and preservation of 968 department owned buildings and structures at 279 separate sites across the state. Sites include region headquarters, maintenance shops, project engineer offices, laboratories, materials storage sites, communication sites, pits, quarries, and stock pile storage areas.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 93.0 97.4 95.2
GFS
Other 18,412,000.0 18,265,000.0 36,677,000.0
Totals 18,412,000.0 18,265,000.0 36,677,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

D00C - Capital Facilities Capital Improvements

This activity includes replacement, preservation, and improvements to the department's buildings and related sites. It focuses on providing a safe and efficient work environment by preserving the department's assets. The activity also performs preservation projects such life safety issues, building code compliance issues, ADA concerns, HVAC repairs and replacements, roof replacements, site environmental cleanups, and other code compliance requirements for facilities.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 7.5 7.5 7.5
GFS
Other 7,167,000.0 7,158,000.0 14,325,000.0
Totals 7,167,000.0 7,158,000.0 14,325,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people through the system.

E001 - Transportation Equipment Fund Fuel Operations

This activity includes services by the Transportation Equipment Fund that owns, operates, and maintains 126 vehicle fuel stations throughout the state, which provide fuel to the Department of Transportation, State Patrol, and approximately 100 other governmental agencies. This includes ensuring 24-hour access to fuel during regular operations as well as during inclement weather, earthquakes, or other emergencies.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.7 4.8 4.8
GFS
Other 25,730,000.0 25,703,000.0 51,433,000.0
Totals 25,730,000.0 25,703,000.0 51,433,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

E002 - Transportation Equipment Fund Equipment Operations

This activity includes services by the Transportation Equipment Fund that provide mission critical vehicles and equipment to agency programs so that they can accomplish their missions, such as emergency response, snow and ice removal, roadway maintenance, bridge maintenance, field engineering, traffic control, highway construction, and responding to natural disasters. It also includes the costs of equipment replacement, maintenance and repair, fleet management, logistical support, equipment disposal, and inventory management.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 204.2 204.9 204.6
GFS
Other 44,140,000.0 44,093,000.0 88,233,000.0
Totals 44,140,000.0 44,093,000.0 88,233,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

F001 - Aviation Planning, Operations, and Airport Investment

This activity preserves and fosters the development of aeronautics and the state’s aviation system of 134 public use airports, promotes the benefits of airports, advocates for aviation safety, provides air search and rescue, and manages state airports. Activities include the airport aid grant program, aviation system and land use planning, air search and rescue operations, aircraft registration, and maintenance of 16 state-operated airports, eight of which are owned by the state. State grants and technical assistance are provided to public use airports for infrastructure preservation and improvements, planning, safety, and security. The grant program relies on data obtained and prioritized by the Statewide Capital Improvement Program to inform grant awards.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 13.3 13.9 13.6
GFS
Other 7,212,000.0 4,997,000.0 12,209,000.0
Totals 7,212,000.0 4,997,000.0 12,209,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

H001 - Program Delivery Management and Support

The Program Delivery, Management, and Support program includes the essential functions and activities needed to implement the highway construction program. The program includes executive management and support at headquarters and in the six regions. These executive management and support services reflect core functions necessary for program delivery regardless of the size of the highway construction program. It also includes the regions’ administrative services. The department’s Environmental Services Office resides in this program.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 146.3 142.4 144.4
GFS
Other 19,182,000.0 19,634,000.0 38,816,000.0
Totals 19,182,000.0 19,634,000.0 38,816,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

H002 - Environmental Services

This activity provides technical, policy, and regulatory support to project teams and offices. Key objectives are minimizing impacts to air, land, and water; protecting biological resources; protecting cultural resources; improving and streamlining environmental documentation; and improving regulatory coordination and compliance. Activities include supporting the department’s fish passage commitments and sustainable transportation objectives, obtaining statewide environmental approvals and permits , setting environmental compliance expectations and improvements, implementing WSDOT's stormwater permit, maintaining statewide environmental procedures, and providing statewide environmental leadership and issue resolution. This activity involves close coordination with external groups and governments that have environmental interests related to transportation.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 96.2 113.0 104.6
GFS
Other 11,598,000.0 11,589,000.0 23,187,000.0
Totals 11,598,000.0 11,589,000.0 23,187,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

I0C1 - Mobility Improvements

This activity funds projects that increase highway capacity at strategic locations, with the long term goal of reducing congestion, increasing mobility, and funding urban bike lane connections. Examples include completing the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane system in the Puget Sound Region, improving the level of service on rural highways, and mitigating congestion on urban highways in cooperation with local and regional jurisdictions.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 871.2 871.2 871.2
GFS
Other 1,549,597,000.0 1,547,935,000.0 3,097,532,000.0
Totals 1,549,597,000.0 1,547,935,000.0 3,097,532,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people through the system.

I0C2 - Safety Improvements

This activity funds projects for collision reduction and prevention to improve the safety and security of transportation customers and the transportation system. Examples include correcting deficiencies in high accident locations, corridors, and pedestrian crossings; making improvements at potentially hazardous locations; addressing roadway intersections; and including railroad crossings on multi-lane highways.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 45.0 45.0 45.0
GFS
Other 69,172,000.0 69,097,000.0 138,269,000.0
Totals 69,172,000.0 69,097,000.0 138,269,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people through the system.

I0C3 - Other Improvements

Provides for state highway system improvements that contribute direct economic benefits, enhancing the movement of people and goods to ensure a prosperous economy. Examples include strengthening highways where travel is restricted due to freeze-thaw closures, improving bridges and overpasses that have height or weight restrictions, constructing truck climbing lanes, and constructing new safety rest areas.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 45.9 45.9 45.9
GFS
Other 70,641,000.0 70,569,000.0 141,210,000.0
Totals 70,641,000.0 70,569,000.0 141,210,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people through the system.

I0C4 - Environmental Improvements

This activity provides funding to correct or reduce environmental impacts from existing highway systems to meet environmental requirements that have emerged since the highways were built. Examples include addressing highway storm water runoff, removing fish passage barriers that are caused by the highway, and reducing public exposure to noise by constructing noise abatement walls along highways.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 378.5 378.5 378.5
GFS
Other 383,073,000.0 382,685,000.0 765,758,000.0
Totals 383,073,000.0 382,685,000.0 765,758,000.0
Expected Results

To enhance Washington's quality of life through transportation investments that promote energy conservation, enhance healthy communities, and protect the environment.

K001 - Public Private Partnerships

This activity explores and cultivates opportunities to create public and private sector partnerships that can help advance transportation projects, programs, and policies. This is accomplished by the following: 1) analysis and assessment of new ideas and possibilities for achieving transportation goals; 2) consulting with and advising agency administrators, project engineers, and elected or appointed officials who seek innovative solutions for transportation issues; 3) assisting businesses that have expertise or resources that the department may need, by explaining state laws, policies and programs, and helping them find a way to do business with the department; and 4) assisting in the development of a project once the value to be gained has been demonstrated. This activity includes a pilot program that supports the construction of Transit Oriented Development facilities, where appropriate on department owned Right of Way. In addition, this activity includes programs to deploy electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure, supported by private financing, to advance the adoption and use of zero emission vehicles.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.3 3.6 3.5
GFS
Other 7,024,000.0 7,022,000.0 14,046,000.0
Totals 7,024,000.0 7,022,000.0 14,046,000.0
Expected Results

To continually improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

M201 - Roadway Maintenance and Operations

This activity includes pavement patching and repair, crack sealing and chip seals, shoulder maintenance, sweeping and cleaning, and safety patrol activities.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 370.5 372.5 371.5
GFS
Other 56,269,000.0 56,751,000.0 113,020,000.0
Totals 56,269,000.0 56,751,000.0 113,020,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

M202 - Drainage Maintenance and Slope Repair

Activities include ditch maintenance, culvert maintenance, catch basin maintenance, retention and detention basins, and slope repairs.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 197.5 198.6 198.1
GFS
Other 32,390,000.0 32,667,000.0 65,057,000.0
Totals 32,390,000.0 32,667,000.0 65,057,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

M203 - Roadside and Landscape Maintenance and Operations

This activity includes litter pickup, noxious weed and nuisance vegetation control, control of vegetation obstructions, and landscape maintenance.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 158.3 159.2 158.8
GFS
Other 25,959,000.0 26,182,000.0 52,141,000.0
Totals 25,959,000.0 26,182,000.0 52,141,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

M204 - Bridge and Tunnel Maintenance and Operations

This activity funds bridge deck and structural repair, bridge cleaning, operation of movable bridges, operations of the Keller Ferry, and urban tunnel operations.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 121.1 121.8 121.5
GFS
Other 28,296,000.0 28,576,000.0 56,872,000.0
Totals 28,296,000.0 28,576,000.0 56,872,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

M205 - Snow and Ice Control Operations

This activity includes snow removal, sand and de-icing applications, and avalanche control.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 416.9 419.2 418.1
GFS
Other 71,932,000.0 72,514,000.0 144,446,000.0
Totals 71,932,000.0 72,514,000.0 144,446,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

M206 - Traffic Control Maintenance and Operations

This activity funds pavement striping, maintenance of raised/recessed pavement markers, signs and guidepost repair and replacement, guardrail maintenance, traffic signal system operation, highway lighting maintenance, intelligent transportation system operations, and issuance of oversize and overweight permits.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 324.3 326.1 325.2
GFS
Other 53,167,000.0 53,624,000.0 106,791,000.0
Totals 53,167,000.0 53,624,000.0 106,791,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

P0C1 - Highway Preservation

This activity provides funds to preserve, replace, rehabilitate, and extend the life of state owned roadways. Projects include chips sealing, asphalt overlays, and concrete replacement and other strategic preservation activities that restore or extend the life of the roadway surface. It also restores basic safety features associated with the roadway.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 384.9 384.9 384.9
GFS
Other 192,504,000.0 192,291,000.0 384,795,000.0
Totals 192,504,000.0 192,291,000.0 384,795,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

P0C3 - Other Preservation

This activity funds the preservation of other facilities and highway features for which the department is responsible, such as basic safety features, rest areas and weigh stations. Projects include rehabilitating drainage systems, stabilizing slopes, restoring safety features related to preservation of paving and bridge structures, and refurbishing existing rest areas and weigh stations to extend their service life.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 121.7 121.7 121.7
GFS
Other 60,870,000.0 60,803,000.0 121,673,000.0
Totals 60,870,000.0 60,803,000.0 121,673,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

Q001 - Traffic Operations Mobility and Safety Services

This activity is directed at maximizing highway transportation system efficiency, and working toward ensuring the safe use and operation of the highway system. The activity includes, but is not limited to, the following: traffic management centers; high occupancy vehicle operation and analysis; express lane and ramp meter operation and analysis; commercial vehicle information systems and networks; traffic signal operations; 511 traveler information; outdoor advertising control; radio operations; and safety investigations and responding to public concerns.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 201.2 205.5 203.4
GFS
Other 31,007,000.0 31,521,000.0 62,528,000.0
Totals 31,007,000.0 31,521,000.0 62,528,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

Q002 - Incident Response

This activity minimizes the traffic impact of disabled vehicles, collisions, and other roadway incidents through early detection and quick clearance. Its main function is clearing roads and helping drivers to restore the normal flow of traffic as safely and quickly as possible. The activity also maintains operational readiness to respond to and expedite the safe clearance of major traffic incidents in cooperation and coordination with other responding entities under the National Incident Traffic Management System.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 46.0 46.0 46.0
GFS
Other 6,139,000.0 6,132,000.0 12,271,000.0
Totals 6,139,000.0 6,132,000.0 12,271,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

Q003 - Low Cost Enhancements

This activity includes low cost/high return projects that can be implemented quickly to improve the operational safety or reduce congestion on the highway system. Projects generally target problem areas identified in either the priority programming process, or by constituents, or elected officials. This activity can also be used to respond quickly to emerging issues related to roadway safety. Typical projects include: traffic control signing improvements; roadway striping, rumble strip installation or other road marking improvements; installation or improvement of traffic signals or other electronic devices; and roadway access control through channelization or lane reconfiguration.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 18.0 18.0 18.0
GFS
Other 3,041,000.0 3,038,000.0 6,079,000.0
Totals 3,041,000.0 3,038,000.0 6,079,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

Q00C - Traffic Operations Capital Construction

This activity constructs Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) projects that improve traveler information and provide safety and congestion relief to the traveling public by applying advanced technology to the transportation system. Typical capital projects include: traffic cameras; variable message signs; highway advisory radios; road/weather information systems; ramp meters; traffic data collectors; and traffic management centers.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 10.3 10.3 10.3
GFS
Other 7,584,000.0 7,573,000.0 15,157,000.0
Totals 7,584,000.0 7,573,000.0 15,157,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people through the system.

S001 - Transportation Management and Support

This activity provides agency-wide executive management and support service functions. The functions funded in this program benefit the whole organization; they cannot easily be tied to any one product produced by the department but, instead, support all product and service delivery.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 178.7 182.8 180.8
GFS
Other 22,584,000.0 22,914,000.0 45,498,000.0
Totals 22,584,000.0 22,914,000.0 45,498,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

T001 - Transportation Planning, Data, and Research

This activity supports planning functions within the Multimodal Planning Division, as well as Active Transportation, Management of Mobility and Access, Connected and Automated Transportation, Washington State Ferries planning, Capital Program Development and Management, Freight Systems, Public Transportation, Research, Strategic Assessment and planning units within WSDOT Regions. Federal funds for the State Planning and Research (SPR), provides the data, information, analysis, plans, and research needed by decision makers when making transportation system investment decisions. Units supported by SPR funds collaborate with local governments, regional transportation planning organizations, other state agencies, tribal transportation planners, and federal transportation agencies, to make efficient use of resources as well as provide an integrated transportation system that supports our communities, economy, and environment. Work conducted includes: • Statewide and regional multimodal transportation planning; • Self-initiated and legislatively requested corridor studies; • Data activities including the collection and analysis of roadway characteristics and conditions, traffic, bike and pedestrian volumes, vehicle speeds and traffic crashes; • Mapping and Geographic Information System services; • Research activities concerning construction and materials, traffic management, environment, design and safety, bridges and structures, security, maintenance, and multimodal transportation. The Multimodal Planning Division oversees federal (PL) pass through and state appropriated funds distributed directly to federal designated Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) and state Regional Transportation Planning Organizations (RTPO) respectively.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 172.8 184.1 178.5
GFS
Other 35,402,000.0 35,664,000.0 71,066,000.0
Totals 35,402,000.0 35,664,000.0 71,066,000.0
Expected Results

To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system.

V001 - Provide Rural and Special Needs Transportation Services

This activity administers state and federal grants awarded to public and private transportation organizations serving rural communities, the elderly, and persons with disabilities and provides the overall administration, policy development, and reporting for public transportation programs. Staff is responsible for planning and providing technical assistance to public and private transportation organizations, including transit agencies and local jurisdictions. Staff also provide support for improved coordination of transportation throughout the state.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.0 4.0 4.0
GFS
Other 65,150,000.0 64,603,000.0 129,753,000.0
Totals 65,150,000.0 64,603,000.0 129,753,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

V002 - Trips with Public Transportation Choices

This activity administers a competitive grant process to fund projects that maximize and increase the efficiency of transportation corridors, working statewide to improve connections and integrate public transportation and highway systems. State and federal grants are awarded to public transportation organizations, local jurisdictions, and major employers for public transportation projects focused on trip reduction, ridesharing, and vanpooling. Staff is responsible for administering the statewide Commute Trip Reduction program and its distribution of funds, as well as a vanpool grant program for public transit agencies to add vanpool vehicles to their fleet. Staff also provides technical assistance, coordination, trip reduction strategies, and educational materials to the public, the department's regional offices, local and regional jurisdictions, and public transportation providers. These efforts support statewide programs to reduce single-occupancy vehicle use and vehicle miles traveled. This activity also includes the statewide oversight of safety and security functions for local rail transit systems.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 18.6 22.8 20.7
GFS
Other 73,359,000.0 73,806,000.0 147,165,000.0
Totals 73,359,000.0 73,806,000.0 147,165,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

W1C3 - Ferry Preservation - Terminals

This activity supports the statewide mobility of people, goods, and services by preserving ferry system terminals that facilitate users of the transportation system moving between marine and land modes of travel. A terminal capital preservation project extends the life of an existing facility without significantly changing its use. Its focus is refurbishment or replacement of the systems making up the terminal that have reached the end of their life cycles. Examples of these systems include trestles, towers, transfer spans, bridge seats, dolphins, wingwalls, buildings, vehicle holding areas, and toll booths.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 86.9 86.9 86.9
GFS
Other 84,707,000.0 84,616,000.0 169,323,000.0
Totals 84,707,000.0 84,616,000.0 169,323,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

W1C4 - Ferry Improvements - Terminals

This activity supports the statewide mobility of people, goods, and services by building new terminals, increasing existing terminal throughput capacity and connectivity to other modes of travel, improving terminal conditions, accommodating changes in service or clientele, promoting efficient and effective operation of the ferry system, achieving cost savings and generating new revenue, protecting the environment, ensuring the safety of people and property, and responding to emergencies. Examples of this type of activity include building a new multimodal terminal, adding a new operating slip to facilitate more vessel landings and sailings, expanding vehicle holding lanes, building a pedestrian bridge from the ferry terminal to a commuter rail station, building a food court inside a terminal building, replanting eel grass displaced by expansion of a terminal's footprint, and implementing safety systems either voluntarily or in accordance with regulatory agency mandates.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 18.1 18.1 18.1
GFS
Other 16,672,000.0 16,655,000.0 33,327,000.0
Totals 16,672,000.0 16,655,000.0 33,327,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

W2C3 - Ferry Preservation - Vessels

This activity supports the statewide mobility of people, goods, and services by preserving the systems that comprise the vessels that provide the public with marine transportation services. A vessel preservation project refurbishes or replaces the systems making up the vessel that have reached the end of their life cycles. This type of investment extends the lives of existing vessel systems without significantly changing their uses. Examples of these systems include the hull, engines, propulsion controls, sprinkler piping, radars, auto decks, and passenger spaces.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 20.2 20.2 20.2
GFS
Other 53,896,000.0 53,840,000.0 107,736,000.0
Totals 53,896,000.0 53,840,000.0 107,736,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

W2C4 - Ferry Improvements - Vessels

This activity supports the statewide mobility of people, goods, and services by acquiring new vessels either to replace retiring vessels or to increase the carrying capacity of the fleet, expanding the capacity of existing vessels, improving vessel conditions, accommodating changes in service or clientele, promoting efficient and effective operation of the ferry system, achieving cost savings and generating new revenue, protecting the environment, ensuring the safety of people and property, and responding to emergencies. Examples of this type of activity include new vessel construction, installation of fuel consumption equipment to facilitate greater fuel economy, generating revenue through advertising, and implementing safety systems either voluntarily or in accordance with regulatory agency mandates.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 38.8 38.8 38.8
GFS
Other 100,536,000.0 100,421,000.0 200,957,000.0
Totals 100,536,000.0 100,421,000.0 200,957,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

X101 - Ferry Operations - Vessels

This activity directly supports the legislatively-approved service schedule and service hours for the ferry system. It includes labor, fuel, and materials for deck and engine operations of the fleet.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 1,154.5 1,154.6 1,154.6
GFS
Other 179,319,000.0 180,723,000.0 360,042,000.0
Totals 179,319,000.0 180,723,000.0 360,042,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

X201 - Ferry Operations - Terminals

This activity directly supports the legislatively approved service schedule and service hours for the ferry system. It includes labor and materials for terminal operations, revenue collection costs, traffic control costs and costs for contracted terminal agents in the San Juan Islands and at Sidney, British Columbia..

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 372.6 372.6 372.6
GFS
Other 44,899,000.0 45,466,000.0 90,365,000.0
Totals 44,899,000.0 45,466,000.0 90,365,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout the system.

X401 - Ferry Maintenance - Vessels

This activity includes labor, materials, repair contracts, and miscellaneous costs associated with vessel maintenance. It also includes the labor costs for engine room crews when vessels are in maintenance or lay-up status. Vessel maintenance is accomplished by Washington State Ferries at its dedicated maintenance facility at Eagle Harbor. Larger vessel maintenance contracts and drydockings are performed at commercial shipyards around Puget Sound.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 145.4 145.4 145.4
GFS
Other 35,899,000.0 36,048,000.0 71,947,000.0
Totals 35,899,000.0 36,048,000.0 71,947,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

X601 - Ferry Maintenance - Terminals

This activity includes labor, materials, repair contracts, and miscellaneous costs associated with terminal maintenance. Terminal maintenance includes routine asset maintenance and inspection performed by Eagle Harbor maintenance facility staff, and contracted maintenance for major maintenance needs.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 68.0 103.4 85.7
GFS
Other 13,922,000.0 15,981,000.0 29,903,000.0
Totals 13,922,000.0 15,981,000.0 29,903,000.0
Expected Results

To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services.

Y001 - Rail Passenger and Freight Operations

This activity is responsible for funding, planning, and implementing rail passenger service; supporting operation of state sponsored service between Vancouver, British Columbia and Portland, Oregon; maintaining railroad infrastructure and state owned equipment used for state-sponsored operations.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 13.8 16.1 15.0
GFS
Other 41,203,000.0 41,208,000.0 82,411,000.0
Totals 41,203,000.0 41,208,000.0 82,411,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of people throughout the system.

Y0C4 - Rail Passenger Capital

This activity funds capital investments in the passenger rail program, including track improvements, and acquisition of passenger train equipment.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 2.0 2.0 2.0
GFS
Other 41,156,000.0 41,111,000.0 82,267,000.0
Totals 41,156,000.0 41,111,000.0 82,267,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of people throughout the system.

Y0C5 - Rail Freight Projects

This activity analyzes conditions, trends, light density rail issues, and potential needs of Washington's freight rail system; oversees operations of state owned rail lines in Eastern Washington; and provides grants for investments to preserve and improve freight rail service in the state.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 10.0 10.0 10.0
GFS
Other 24,583,000.0 24,556,000.0 49,139,000.0
Totals 24,583,000.0 24,556,000.0 49,139,000.0
Expected Results

To improve the predictable movement of goods through the system.

Z001 - Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordination and Safe Routes to Schools

This activity provides funding program and policy oversight for pedestrian facilities, bike facilities, shared use paths, traffic calming, crossing improvements, and safe routes to schools. It also provides technical assistance on pedestrian and bicycle projects and planning for the department and local agencies; coordinates training for local public works agencies and regional staff; and assists local agencies.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 2.0 2.0 2.0
GFS
Other 265,000.0 265,000.0 530,000.0
Totals 265,000.0 265,000.0 530,000.0
Expected Results

To provide for and improve the safety and mobility of transportation customers and the transportation system.

Z00C - Local Program Planning, Design, and Construction

This activity manages the local agency federal aid program that provides funds to cities, counties, ports, tribal governments, transit systems, and metropolitan and regional planning organizations for transportation improvement projects off and on the state highway system. This activity also administers state-funded, local agency grant programs as well as individual local agency projects including Connecting WA and freight mobility. It is responsible for ensuring reasonable compliance with state and federal regulations for FHWA and state funded projects.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 38.1 45.2 41.7
GFS
Other 145,133,000.0 145,066,000.0 290,199,000.0
Totals 145,133,000.0 145,066,000.0 290,199,000.0
Expected Results

Engage our communities and assist in the successful delivery of federal and state funded transportation projects.

I1C3 - Urban Bicycle Connections

Urban bicycle connections projects are identified through partnering with technical expertise of a statewide bicycle committee.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 242,000.0 210,000.0 452,000.0
Totals 242,000.0 210,000.0 452,000.0
Expected Results

To provide for and improve the safety and security of transportation customers and the transportation system.

Preserve and maintain state, regional and local transportation systems

Strategy: Preserve and maintain state, regional and local transportation systems

Agency: 407 - Transportation Improvement Board

A001 - Urban Arterial Program

This program awards grants through a competitive process to counties with urban areas, cities and towns within an urban area, and cities with a population of 5,000 or greater. Project selection criteria include safety, mobility, physical condition, economic development, sustainability, and constructability. (Fund 144 Transportation Improvement Account-State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 67,625,000.0 67,625,000.0 135,250,000.0
Totals 67,625,000.0 67,625,000.0 135,250,000.0

000684 - Reduce Accidents

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 17% 20%
2017-19 Q2 17% 20%
2017-19 Q3 17% 20%
2017-19 Q4 17% 20%
2017-19 Q5 18% 20%
2017-19 Q6 18% 20%
2017-19 Q7 18% 20%
2017-19 Q8 18% 20%
2019-21 Q1 18% 20%
2019-21 Q2 18% 20%
2019-21 Q3 22% 20%
2019-21 Q4 22% 20%
2019-21 Q5 18% 20%
2019-21 Q6 18% 20%
2019-21 Q7 18% 20%
2019-21 Q8 22% 20%

A003 - Sidewalk Program

This program provides funding for pedestrian projects, and is available to small city and urban agencies through a competitive grant process. Selection criteria include safety, pedestrian access, and local support. (Fund 112 Urban Arterial Trust Account-State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 14,085,000.0 14,085,000.0 28,170,000.0
Totals 14,085,000.0 14,085,000.0 28,170,000.0
Expected Results

Improve pedestrian safety and access in urban and rural areas.

A004 - Program Support

This activity provides for the administration of the Transportation Improvement Board’s six programs. (Fund 144 Transportation Improvement Account State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 15.9 15.9 15.9
GFS
Other 2,244,000.0 2,266,000.0 4,510,000.0
Totals 2,244,000.0 2,266,000.0 4,510,000.0

000683 - Reduce Payment Delays

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 1%
2017-19 Q2 1% 1%
2017-19 Q3 0% 1%
2017-19 Q4 0% 1%
2017-19 Q5 1% 1%
2017-19 Q6 0% 1%
2017-19 Q7 4% 1%
2017-19 Q8 3% 1%
2019-21 Q1 1% 1%
2019-21 Q2 1% 1%
2019-21 Q3 1% 1%
2019-21 Q4 3% 1%
2019-21 Q5 8% 1%
2019-21 Q6 14% 1%
2019-21 Q7 3% 1%
2019-21 Q8 1% 1%

A005 - Small City Arterial Program

This program provides funding through a competitive process to preserve and improve the arterial roadway system in cities and towns with a population less than 5,000. Project selection criteria include safety, pavement condition, and local support. (Fund 112 Urban Arterial Trust Account-State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 13,250,000.0 13,250,000.0 26,500,000.0
Totals 13,250,000.0 13,250,000.0 26,500,000.0
Expected Results

Improve poor roadway conditions in cities with a population less than 5,000.

A007 - Small City Preservation Program

This program provides funding for chip seal and overlay of existing pavement and associated sidewalk maintenance in incorporated cities with populations less than 5,000. Project selection criteria include pavement condition, roadway width, roadway loading, and sidewalk maintenance. (Fund 08M Small City Pavement and Sidewalk Account–State and 106 Highway Safety Account–State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 7,000,000.0 7,000,000.0 14,000,000.0
Totals 7,000,000.0 7,000,000.0 14,000,000.0

000685 - Maintain and Extend the Life of Small City Roads

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 35% 30%
2017-19 Q2 35% 30%
2017-19 Q3 35% 30%
2017-19 Q4 36% 30%
2017-19 Q5 36% 30%
2017-19 Q6 36% 30%
2017-19 Q7 35% 30%
2017-19 Q8 35% 30%
2019-21 Q1 36% 30%
2019-21 Q2 35% 30%
2019-21 Q3 36% 30%
2019-21 Q4 36% 30%
2019-21 Q5 36% 30%
2019-21 Q6 36% 30%
2019-21 Q7 36% 30%
2019-21 Q8 36% 30%

A008 - Arterial Preservation Program

This program provides funding for cities with low assessed valuation to help repair and maintain the arterial road system. Project selection criteria include pavement condition, route classification, existing sidewalk, and frequency of prior funding for this program. (Fund 144 Transportation Improvement Account–State and 106 Highway Safety Account–State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 6,125,000.0 6,125,000.0 12,250,000.0
Totals 6,125,000.0 6,125,000.0 12,250,000.0
Expected Results

Improve poor roadway conditions in low tax-base cities with a population greater than 5,000.

A009 - City Hardship Assistance Program

This program provides funding to projects to help offset extraordinary costs associated with the transfer of state highways to small cities. An eligible agency is a city or town that has a population less than 20,000 and has received jurisdictional responsibility for a former state route. Current eligible routes are listed in WAC 479-10-220. (Fund 08M Small City Pavement and Sidewalk Account–State)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES
GFS
Other 50,000.0 50,000.0 100,000.0
Totals 50,000.0 50,000.0 100,000.0
Expected Results

Maintain former state highways on eligible routes.

Provide consumer protection

Strategy: Provide consumer protection

Agency: 160 - Office of Insurance Commissioner

A001 - Agency Administration

The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) is responsible for regulating the insurance industry in Washington State and protecting consumers through education and timely communications. The activities of the OIC are primarily funded by fees from insurance organizations. Agency management develops policies, regulations, and codes to ensure that the citizens of Washington are able to access affordable insurance; it also provides the administrative support necessary for other divisions within the agency to carry out their functions.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 58.9 67.7 63.3
GFS
Other 9,679,000.0 9,140,000.0 18,819,000.0
Totals 9,679,000.0 9,140,000.0 18,819,000.0
Expected Results

To provide executive and administrative services in support of the agency’s mission in a professional, qualitative, and responsive manner which emphasizes efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

A002 - Producer Licensing and Oversight

This activity ensures compliance with all requirements applicable to insurance producers, surplus line brokers, adjusters, life settlement brokers, and other licensees including determination of eligibility for license issuance and renewal; performance of financial examinations of licensees; and compliance with the requirements applicable to their post-licensure activities including those relating to continuing education.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 12.0 12.0 12.0
GFS
Other 1,338,000.0 1,383,000.0 2,721,000.0
Totals 1,338,000.0 1,383,000.0 2,721,000.0

000593 - Number of licenses, affiliations and appointments issued for insurance producers and other licensees

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 164,751 130,000
2017-19 Q2 129,035 130,000
2017-19 Q3 114,065 130,000
2017-19 Q4 146,788 130,000
2017-19 Q5 174,655 135,000
2017-19 Q6 178,049 135,000
2017-19 Q7 132,207 135,000
2017-19 Q8 115,676 135,000
2019-21 Q1 215,615 135,000
2019-21 Q2 137,521 135,000
2019-21 Q3 116,012 135,000
2019-21 Q4 166,862 135,000
2019-21 Q5 348,617 135,000
2019-21 Q6 137,123 135,000
2019-21 Q7 159,545 135,000
2019-21 Q8 215,007 135,000
2021-23 Q1 0 145,000
2021-23 Q2 0 145,000
2021-23 Q3 0 145,000
2021-23 Q4 0 145,000
2021-23 Q5 0 145,000
2021-23 Q6 0 145,000
2021-23 Q7 0 145,000
2021-23 Q8 0 145,000

A003 - Consumer Information and Advocacy

The agency responds to oral, written and face-to-face complaints and inquiries from consumers regarding insurance companies. Staff advocate, provide dispute resolution services, and educate consumers to ensure they can make informed choices about their insurance needs and rights. Assistance is rendered to enforce the various provisions of the insurance code with the primary function of ensuring that consumer rights have not been violated.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 27.0 27.0 27.0
GFS
Other 2,857,000.0 2,957,000.0 5,814,000.0
Totals 2,857,000.0 2,957,000.0 5,814,000.0

000583 - Amount recovered for consumers as a result of the Office of Insurance Commissioner's intervention

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $3,637,194.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $2,865,326.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q3 $3,136,443.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q4 $4,811,881.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q5 $2,809,079.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q6 $4,834,454.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q7 $3,410,874.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q8 $4,647,422.00 $3,400,000.00
2019-21 Q1 $3,311,079.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q2 $2,968,024.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q3 $3,258,568.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q4 $3,192,861.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q5 $32,252,396.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q6 $7,377,783.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q7 $3,429,294.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q8 $4,187,405.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q1 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q2 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q3 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q4 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q5 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q6 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q7 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q8 $0.00 $3,350,000.00

000588 - Number of consumer inquiries received and answered

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 30,405 30,600
2017-19 Q2 45,921 43,100
2017-19 Q3 30,717 32,100
2017-19 Q4 34,248 32,100
2017-19 Q5 38,236 30,600
2017-19 Q6 46,414 43,100
2017-19 Q7 30,569 32,100
2017-19 Q8 28,761 32,100
2019-21 Q1 29,001 30,300
2019-21 Q2 43,924 44,300
2019-21 Q3 31,353 32,800
2019-21 Q4 23,147 32,800
2019-21 Q5 26,438 30,800
2019-21 Q6 42,564 45,800
2019-21 Q7 27,916 33,800
2019-21 Q8 29,792 33,800
2021-23 Q1 0 25,750
2021-23 Q2 0 39,500
2021-23 Q3 0 26,500
2021-23 Q4 0 27,000
2021-23 Q5 0 27,500
2021-23 Q6 0 42,000
2021-23 Q7 0 29,000
2021-23 Q8 0 30,000

A006 - Monitoring Insurance Company Solvency

This activity includes monitoring the solvency of insurance carriers, health care service contractors, health maintenance organizations, certified health plans, and self-funded Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements authorized to conduct business in Washington State. Solvency issues, or conduct that may lead to issues with solvency, may be identified through market conduct oversight activities, financial examinations, or financial analysis of statements filed by insurers.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 56.0 56.0 56.0
GFS
Other 7,314,000.0 7,497,000.0 14,811,000.0
Totals 7,314,000.0 7,497,000.0 14,811,000.0

000480 - Percentage of domestic insurers that are rated as financially stable

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 86% 75%
2017-19 Q2 88% 75%
2017-19 Q3 89% 75%
2017-19 Q4 89% 75%
2017-19 Q5 89% 75%
2017-19 Q6 91% 75%
2017-19 Q7 93% 75%
2017-19 Q8 94% 75%
2019-21 Q1 94% 75%
2019-21 Q2 94% 75%
2019-21 Q3 94% 75%
2019-21 Q4 93% 75%
2019-21 Q5 95% 75%
2019-21 Q6 95% 75%
2019-21 Q7 95% 75%
2019-21 Q8 92% 75%
2021-23 Q1 0% 75%
2021-23 Q2 0% 75%
2021-23 Q3 0% 75%
2021-23 Q4 0% 75%
2021-23 Q5 0% 75%
2021-23 Q6 0% 75%
2021-23 Q7 0% 75%
2021-23 Q8 0% 75%

A007 - Policy and Enforcement

This activity handles enforcement actions against insurance companies, health carriers, insurance producers, and others; identifies and investigates consumer complaints, violations of the insurance code and criminal insurance fraud; provides information and counsel to other agency divisions; and supports the public policy activities of the agency.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 48.5 48.5 48.5
GFS
Other 7,794,000.0 7,887,000.0 15,681,000.0
Totals 7,794,000.0 7,887,000.0 15,681,000.0

000575 - Average Number of days it takes to complete investigations of suspected insurance code violations.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 131 120
2017-19 Q2 126 120
2017-19 Q3 111 120
2017-19 Q4 114 120
2017-19 Q5 101 120
2017-19 Q6 88 120
2017-19 Q7 116 120
2017-19 Q8 143 120
2019-21 Q1 95 120
2019-21 Q2 61 120
2019-21 Q3 101 120
2019-21 Q4 68 120
2019-21 Q5 100 120
2019-21 Q6 86 120
2019-21 Q7 88 120
2019-21 Q8 124 120
2021-23 Q1 0 120
2021-23 Q2 0 120
2021-23 Q3 0 120
2021-23 Q4 0 120
2021-23 Q5 0 120
2021-23 Q6 0 120
2021-23 Q7 0 120
2021-23 Q8 0 120

000583 - Amount recovered for consumers as a result of the Office of Insurance Commissioner's intervention

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $3,637,194.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $2,865,326.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q3 $3,136,443.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q4 $4,811,881.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q5 $2,809,079.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q6 $4,834,454.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q7 $3,410,874.00 $3,400,000.00
2017-19 Q8 $4,647,422.00 $3,400,000.00
2019-21 Q1 $3,311,079.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q2 $2,968,024.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q3 $3,258,568.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q4 $3,192,861.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q5 $32,252,396.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q6 $7,377,783.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q7 $3,429,294.00 $3,350,000.00
2019-21 Q8 $4,187,405.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q1 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q2 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q3 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q4 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q5 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q6 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q7 $0.00 $3,350,000.00
2021-23 Q8 $0.00 $3,350,000.00

000590 - Number of enforcement actions and compliance plans issued against authorized insurers

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 4 6
2017-19 Q2 14 7
2017-19 Q3 6 6
2017-19 Q4 29 7
2017-19 Q5 0 6
2017-19 Q6 0 7
2017-19 Q7 0 6
2017-19 Q8 0 7

000591 - Number of investigations of potential violations of the insurance code completed.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 64 36
2017-19 Q2 50 36
2017-19 Q3 78 36
2017-19 Q4 56 36
2017-19 Q5 0 36
2017-19 Q6 0 36
2017-19 Q7 0 36
2017-19 Q8 0 36

000592 - Amount of restitution value assessed and projected insurance claims payouts saved

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $301,824.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $324,056.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q3 $141,654.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q4 $151,230.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q5 $188,913.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q6 $127,562.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q7 $383,791.00 $375,000.00
2017-19 Q8 $238,949.00 $375,000.00
2019-21 Q1 $996,219.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q2 $102,411.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q3 $62,290.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q4 $51,589.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q5 $4,864,192.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q6 $51,329.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q7 $31,233.00 $468,750.00
2019-21 Q8 $146,067.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q1 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q2 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q3 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q4 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q5 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q6 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q7 $0.00 $468,750.00
2021-23 Q8 $0.00 $468,750.00

A008 - Regulation of Insurance Rates and Forms

Staff review and take final disposition on insurance product filings to ensure compliance with state and federal law and rules when they are sold in Washington State. Rate filings, which include complex actuarial formulas, assumptions, and experience data, are reviewed to ensure that rates are neither excessive, inadequate, nor unfairly discriminatory. Policy forms (the insurance contract) and provider contracts (between health carriers and healthcare providers) are reviewed to ensure that the terms and conditions comply with state and federal laws.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 48.7 48.7 48.7
GFS
Other 6,133,000.0 6,320,000.0 12,453,000.0
Totals 6,133,000.0 6,320,000.0 12,453,000.0

000734 - Average Number of days required to finalize the filing review process for rate and form filings

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 66 65
2017-19 Q2 64 65
2017-19 Q3 46 65
2017-19 Q4 55 65
2017-19 Q5 70 65
2017-19 Q6 80 65
2017-19 Q7 82 65
2017-19 Q8 121 65
2019-21 Q1 39 41
2019-21 Q2 39 41
2019-21 Q3 69 41
2019-21 Q4 104 41
2019-21 Q5 26 41
2019-21 Q6 37 41
2019-21 Q7 32 41
2019-21 Q8 39 41
2021-23 Q1 0 41
2021-23 Q2 0 41
2021-23 Q3 0 41
2021-23 Q4 0 41
2021-23 Q5 0 41
2021-23 Q6 0 41
2021-23 Q7 0 41
2021-23 Q8 0 41

Provide consumer protection

Strategy: Provide consumer protection

Agency: 165 - Board of Accountancy

A001 - Regulation of Public Accountants

As required by Chapter 18.04 RCW, the Board of Accountancy administers exams and issues licenses to certified public accountants (CPAs), CPA firms, and firm owners to ensure public protection and the reliability of financial information. The board establishes and audits compliance with education, examination, good character, ethics, and experience requirements prior to licensure. To continue to meet established performance standards and ethics requirements, the Board reviews and monitors charges against CPAs and firms, and audits compliance with continuing professional education requirements. The Board is funded by license fees paid by CPAs, firms, and firm owners.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 6.8 6.8 6.8
GFS
Other 1,191,000.0 1,263,000.0 2,454,000.0
Totals 1,191,000.0 1,263,000.0 2,454,000.0

000303 - Percent of CPA compliance with administrative requirements

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 96% 95%
2017-19 A3 96% 95%
2019-21 A2 93% 95%
2019-21 A3 93% 95%

000313 - Number of new credentials issued

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 99% 98%
2017-19 A3 98% 98%
2019-21 A2 100% 98%
2019-21 A3 98% 98%

A002 - Investigation of Public Accountants

The Board of Accountancy investigates complaints related to the compliance of certified public accountants (CPAs), CPA firms, and firm owners with technical and ethical standards. These standards are established in state and federal laws, board rules, and by various accounting standards boards; U.S. General Accounting Office; federal Office of Management and Budget; Securities and Exchange Commission; Internal Revenue Service; and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. The board also investigates and takes action against individuals illegally posing as CPAs.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 2.5 2.5 2.5
GFS
Other 438,000.0 464,000.0 902,000.0
Totals 438,000.0 464,000.0 902,000.0

000280 - Percent of credential complaints resolved within 180 days

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 98% 98%
2017-19 A3 98% 98%
2019-21 A2 100% 98%
2019-21 A3 95% 98%

A004 - CPA Consumer Protection Information

The Board of Accountancy provides general and specific consumer protection information and is funded by license fees paid by CPAs, firms, and firm owners.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.0 3.0 3.0
GFS
Other 525,000.0 557,000.0 1,082,000.0
Totals 525,000.0 557,000.0 1,082,000.0
Expected Results

Consumers are satisfied with ease of access to, and usefulness of, agency communication. Consumers receive timely response to complaints, and are satisfied with the types and levels of sanctions imposed by the agency and Board.

Regulate the economy to ensure fairness, security and efficiency

Strategy: Regulate the economy to ensure fairness, security and efficiency

Agency: 215 - Utilities and Transportation Commission

A006 - Protect Customers of Utility and Transportation Companies

The UTC’s consumer specialists respond to more than a 1,000 calls each month from consumers. They provide information about utilities and transportation services and the companies that provide those services and investigate and resolve service complaints. If, after an investigation, staff determine a company exhibits a pattern of behavior that is fraudulent, misleading, deceptive or generally harmful to consumers, they may recommend the UTC issue a complaint against the company. This typically results in a financial penalty and a plan to come into compliance with the UTC’s consumer rules.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 10.3 11.0 10.7
GFS
Other 2,883,000.0 3,104,000.0 5,987,000.0
Totals 2,883,000.0 3,104,000.0 5,987,000.0

000951 - Average time to close all complaints

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 24 30
2017-19 Q2 24 30
2017-19 Q3 22 30
2017-19 Q4 26 30
2017-19 Q5 33 30
2017-19 Q6 37 30
2017-19 Q7 25 30
2017-19 Q8 30 30
2019-21 Q1 17 30
2019-21 Q2 23 30
2019-21 Q3 23 30
2019-21 Q4 17 30
2019-21 Q5 21 30
2019-21 Q6 29 30
2019-21 Q7 37 30
2019-21 Q8 21 30
2021-23 Q1 21 30
2021-23 Q2 0 30
2021-23 Q3 0 30
2021-23 Q4 0 30
2021-23 Q5 0 30
2021-23 Q6 0 30
2021-23 Q7 0 30
2021-23 Q8 0 30

000955 - Consumer calls that are answered within 60 seconds

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 94% 80%
2017-19 Q2 95% 80%
2017-19 Q3 93% 80%
2017-19 Q4 95% 80%
2017-19 Q5 100% 80%
2017-19 Q6 99% 80%
2017-19 Q7 98% 80%
2017-19 Q8 99% 80%
2019-21 Q1 100% 80%
2019-21 Q2 100% 80%
2019-21 Q3 100% 80%
2019-21 Q4 100% 80%
2019-21 Q5 100% 80%
2019-21 Q6 100% 80%
2019-21 Q7 100% 80%
2019-21 Q8 100% 80%
2021-23 Q1 100% 80%
2021-23 Q2 0% 80%
2021-23 Q3 0% 80%
2021-23 Q4 0% 80%
2021-23 Q5 0% 80%
2021-23 Q6 0% 80%
2021-23 Q7 0% 80%
2021-23 Q8 0% 80%

A014 - Economic Regulation of Utility and Transportation Companies

The UTC sets the rates privately-owned utility and transportation companies may charge their customers, including gas and electric, telephone, water, solid-waste and bus companies. The UTC audits these companies’ operations to ensure they provide reliable service to customers at reasonable rates, while allowing them the opportunity to earn a fair profit. As a part of this the UTC ensures the companies invest in new facilities to ensure it can provide reliable service now and in the future. The UTC strives to lighten regulation where consumers have a choice of service providers such as for telecommunications and bus companies.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 71.6 72.7 72.2
GFS 251,000.0 199,000.0 450,000.0
Other 13,327,000.0 13,862,000.0 27,189,000.0
Totals 13,578,000.0 14,061,000.0 27,639,000.0

000965 - Washington vs national investor-owned rates

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 1 1
2017-19 A3 1 1
2019-21 A2 1 1
2019-21 A3 1 1
2021-23 A2 0 1
2021-23 A3 0 1

000966 - Frequency of customer outages

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 1 1
2017-19 A3 1 1
2019-21 A2 1 1
2019-21 A3 1 1

Provide stewardship of cultural and recreational assets

Strategy: Provide stewardship of cultural and recreational assets

Agency: 355 - Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation

D001 - Creation and Management of Cultural Resource Data

State and federal law mandates that DAHP be the central repository of cultural resource data. The agency manages 10 databases, such as the State Archaeological Site and Historic Property Inventory databases, and 3 official registers of historic places: National Register of Historic Places, Washington Heritage Register, and the Washington Heritage Barn Register. These inventories and registers are used by: federal and state agencies and Tribes for compliance with federal and state cultural resource management laws and regulations. Tribes and government agencies at all levels use this data for compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act and Section 106. Planning and environmental consulting firms use the information for project development as well as property owners, developers, and the general public. The Department of Natural Resources uses the Archaeological Site database as part of the Forest and Fish requirement to ensure that archaeological sites are not impacted by forest practices.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 6.8 6.8 6.8
GFS 959,000.0 953,000.0 1,912,000.0
Other 514,000.0 518,000.0 1,032,000.0
Totals 1,473,000.0 1,471,000.0 2,944,000.0

001386 - The Number of properties newly entered into the archaeological and historic sites databases

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 1,184 500
2017-19 Q2 1,474 500
2017-19 Q3 1,498 500
2017-19 Q4 1,877 500
2017-19 Q5 1,332 500
2017-19 Q6 2,605 500
2017-19 Q7 1,499 500
2017-19 Q8 1,254 500
2019-21 Q1 1,120 500
2019-21 Q2 1,425 500
2019-21 Q3 952 500
2019-21 Q4 854 500
2019-21 Q5 844 500
2019-21 Q6 851 500
2019-21 Q7 851 500
2019-21 Q8 803 500
2021-23 Q1 0 500
2021-23 Q2 0 500
2021-23 Q3 0 500
2021-23 Q4 0 500
2021-23 Q5 0 500
2021-23 Q6 0 500
2021-23 Q7 0 500
2021-23 Q8 0 500

001392 - Percentage of Federal Actions Reviewed under Section 106

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 4% 4%
2017-19 A3 1% 4%
2019-21 A2 1% 4%
2019-21 A3 1% 4%
2021-23 A2 0% 4%
2021-23 A3 0% 4%

001407 - Number of Local Projects Reviewed

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 1,887 500
2017-19 Q2 1,838 500
2017-19 Q3 1,990 500
2017-19 Q4 2,335 500
2017-19 Q5 2,110 500
2017-19 Q6 1,308 500
2017-19 Q7 3,241 500
2017-19 Q8 2,031 500
2019-21 Q1 2,416 500
2019-21 Q2 1,636 500
2019-21 Q3 2,288 500
2019-21 Q4 1,923 500
2019-21 Q5 1,738 500
2019-21 Q6 1,076 500
2019-21 Q7 2,196 500
2019-21 Q8 2,587 500
2021-23 Q1 0 500
2021-23 Q2 0 500
2021-23 Q3 0 500
2021-23 Q4 0 500
2021-23 Q5 0 500
2021-23 Q6 0 500
2021-23 Q7 0 500
2021-23 Q8 0 500

D002 - Protecting Archaeological and Historic Resources

Under state and federal law, the agency reviews all proposals that receive state or federal funding assistance or require a federal license or permit. These project reviews by the agency are performed to assess potential impacts on archaeological sites, human remains, and historic buildings and structures. In cases where project sponsors must apply to DAHP for an archaeological permit, or fulfill mitigation measures as required by a memorandum of agreement (MOA), the agency reviews the applications, establishes appropriate archaeological methodologies, and identifies required conditions that must be met during construction. The agency coordinates closely with affected Tribes, and as applicable, issues a state permit or signs an MOA. When archaeological sites or burials have been disturbed, the agency conducts investigations and takes enforcement action. In cases where federally funded, licensed or permitted undertakings result in the demolition or alteration of a historic building, structure or district, the agency is consulted to identify appropriate mitigation tasks. Adverse effects to historic and archaeological resources result in a negotiated MOA with the federal agency, tribes and other interested parties. The agency also works with Tribes on balancing cultural resource protection with project construction. Finally, the agency proactively works to minimize review times so that project sponsors receive responses in a timely and efficient manner.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 7.8 7.8 7.8
GFS 933,000.0 933,000.0 1,866,000.0
Other 483,000.0 486,000.0 969,000.0
Totals 1,416,000.0 1,419,000.0 2,835,000.0

001395 - Percentage of federal project reviews completed within the statutory 30-day deadline

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 99% 98%
2017-19 Q2 99% 98%
2017-19 Q3 99% 98%
2017-19 Q4 99% 98%
2017-19 Q5 99% 98%
2017-19 Q6 99% 98%
2017-19 Q7 100% 98%
2017-19 Q8 100% 98%
2019-21 Q1 99% 98%
2019-21 Q2 99% 98%
2019-21 Q3 100% 98%
2019-21 Q4 98% 98%
2019-21 Q5 100% 98%
2019-21 Q6 100% 98%
2019-21 Q7 100% 98%
2019-21 Q8 100% 98%
2021-23 Q1 0% 98%
2021-23 Q2 0% 98%
2021-23 Q3 0% 98%
2021-23 Q4 0% 98%
2021-23 Q5 0% 98%
2021-23 Q6 0% 98%
2021-23 Q7 0% 98%
2021-23 Q8 0% 98%

001398 - Percentage of state archaeology permit reviews completed within the statutory 60-day deadline

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 99% 100%
2017-19 Q2 99% 100%
2017-19 Q3 80% 100%
2017-19 Q4 100% 100%
2017-19 Q5 99% 100%
2017-19 Q6 100% 100%
2017-19 Q7 90% 100%
2017-19 Q8 96% 100%
2019-21 Q1 100% 100%
2019-21 Q2 100% 100%
2019-21 Q3 100% 100%
2019-21 Q4 80% 100%
2019-21 Q5 85% 100%
2019-21 Q6 100% 100%
2019-21 Q7 100% 100%
2019-21 Q8 100% 100%
2021-23 Q1 0% 100%
2021-23 Q2 0% 100%
2021-23 Q3 0% 100%
2021-23 Q4 0% 100%
2021-23 Q5 0% 100%
2021-23 Q6 0% 100%
2021-23 Q7 0% 100%
2021-23 Q8 0% 100%

001402 - Percentage of transportation project reviews completed with the statutory 30-day deadline

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 100% 100%
2017-19 Q2 100% 100%
2017-19 Q3 100% 100%
2017-19 Q4 100% 100%
2017-19 Q5 99% 100%
2017-19 Q6 100% 100%
2017-19 Q7 100% 100%
2017-19 Q8 100% 100%
2019-21 Q1 100% 100%
2019-21 Q2 100% 100%
2019-21 Q3 100% 100%
2019-21 Q4 100% 100%
2019-21 Q5 100% 100%
2019-21 Q6 100% 100%
2019-21 Q7 100% 100%
2019-21 Q8 100% 100%
2021-23 Q1 0% 100%
2021-23 Q2 0% 100%
2021-23 Q3 0% 100%
2021-23 Q4 0% 100%
2021-23 Q5 0% 100%
2021-23 Q6 0% 100%
2021-23 Q7 0% 100%
2021-23 Q8 0% 100%

001415 - The percentage of human remains cases reported to Tribes annually in a timely manner

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A1 89% 100%
2017-19 A2 83% 100%
2017-19 A3 0% 0%
2019-21 A2 93% 100%
2019-21 A3 74% 100%
2021-23 A2 0% 100%
2021-23 A3 0% 100%

D003 - Preserving and Enhancing Historic Places

Under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and complimentary authority under state law, the agency provides technical assistance to 50 local governments certified by the National Park Service as eligible to receive federal assistance. The agency also conducts the technical review and approval of applications for federal tax incentives related to the rehabilitation of historic properties. In addition, the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation develops a statewide historic preservation plan every five years and reviews historic preservation and shoreline management plans developed under the Growth Management and Shoreline Management Acts. The agency also administers the Main Street© program in Washington. This economic development initiative focuses on small business growth and retention in downtowns through the B&O tax credit program, business training and maintenance of the physical environment.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 5.2 5.2 5.2
GFS 844,000.0 893,000.0 1,737,000.0
Other 850,000.0 857,000.0 1,707,000.0
Totals 1,694,000.0 1,750,000.0 3,444,000.0

001404 - Private investment in Historic Building Rehabilitation (In millions of dollars)

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 $284.00 $9.00
2017-19 A3 $34.40 $9.00
2019-21 A2 $180.30 $9.00
2019-21 A3 $97.00 $9.00
2021-23 A2 $0.00 $9.00
2021-23 A3 $0.00 $9.00

Provide stewardship of cultural and recreational assets

Strategy: Provide stewardship of cultural and recreational assets

Agency: 395 - Eastern Washington State Historical Society

A001 - Acquire, Maintain and Preserve Cultural, Artistic, and Historic Collections

The Eastern Washington State Historical Society (EWSHS) collects, catalogs, preserves, maintains and provides public access to irreplaceable artifacts, manuscripts, books, maps, ephemera, photographs, and digital images that interpret the history of Washington State.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 9.1 9.1 9.1
GFS 886,000.0 902,000.0 1,788,000.0
Other 496,000.0 421,000.0 917,000.0
Totals 1,382,000.0 1,323,000.0 2,705,000.0

000108 - Number of new catalog records and updates entered into inventory system

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 13,288 8,000
2017-19 Q2 21,142 8,000
2017-19 Q3 7,355 8,000
2017-19 Q4 9,470 8,000
2017-19 Q5 3,015 8,000
2017-19 Q6 9,450 8,000
2017-19 Q7 1,999 8,000
2017-19 Q8 562 8,000
2019-21 Q1 643 8,000
2019-21 Q2 1,892 8,000
2019-21 Q3 2,524 8,000
2019-21 Q4 21,738 8,000
2019-21 Q5 7,874 8,000
2019-21 Q6 3,956 8,000
2019-21 Q7 3,051 8,000
2019-21 Q8 0 8,000

000109 - Number of researchers assisted

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 103 100
2017-19 Q2 125 100
2017-19 Q3 168 100
2017-19 Q4 180 100
2017-19 Q5 218 100
2017-19 Q6 167 100
2017-19 Q7 187 100
2017-19 Q8 117 100
2019-21 Q1 118 100
2019-21 Q2 146 100
2019-21 Q3 73 100
2019-21 Q4 39 100
2019-21 Q5 53 100
2019-21 Q6 119 100
2019-21 Q7 130 100
2019-21 Q8 0 100

A002 - Agency Administration

This activity provides leadership in policy development, strategic, business planning, non-State resource development, budget, accounting ans financial reporting, procurement, human resource management, risk management, and records retention.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.3 3.3 3.3
GFS 984,000.0 1,002,000.0 1,986,000.0
Other 31,000.0 27,000.0 58,000.0
Totals 1,015,000.0 1,029,000.0 2,044,000.0
Expected Results

Maintain accreditation by the American Association of Museums. Meet all deadlines for grant reports and financial information

A003 - Eastern Washington Outreach

This activity provides educational programs, curriculum services and museum experiences to school districts, schools, teachers and students in eastern Washington. The activity is aligned with legislation regarding Common Core State Standards and Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 1.1 1.1 1.1
GFS 67,000.0 71,000.0 138,000.0
Other 7,000.0 6,000.0 13,000.0
Totals 74,000.0 77,000.0 151,000.0

000083 - Number of K-12 students participating in educational programs

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 238 2,000
2017-19 Q2 563 2,000
2017-19 Q3 1,877 2,000
2017-19 Q4 2,046 2,000
2017-19 Q5 295 200
2017-19 Q6 568 2,000
2017-19 Q7 1,507 2,000
2017-19 Q8 2,378 2,000
2019-21 Q1 1,294 2,000
2019-21 Q2 4,518 2,000
2019-21 Q3 1,492 2,000
2019-21 Q4 0 2,000
2019-21 Q5 7,637 2,000
2019-21 Q6 17,266 2,000
2019-21 Q7 23,280 2,000
2019-21 Q8 0 2,000

000084 - Number of People Participating in Non-School Educational Programs

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 560 500
2017-19 Q2 677 500
2017-19 Q3 975 500
2017-19 Q4 1,940 500
2017-19 Q5 385 500
2017-19 Q6 635 500
2017-19 Q7 892 500
2017-19 Q8 2,120 500
2019-21 Q1 508 500
2019-21 Q2 771 500
2019-21 Q3 1,266 500
2019-21 Q4 0 500
2019-21 Q5 302 500
2019-21 Q6 199 500
2019-21 Q7 165 500
2019-21 Q8 0 500

000085 - Number of Teachers Participating in Teacher Training

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 81 100
2017-19 Q2 81 100
2017-19 Q3 81 100
2017-19 Q4 57 100
2017-19 Q5 101 100
2017-19 Q6 101 100
2017-19 Q7 101 100
2017-19 Q8 97 100
2019-21 Q1 189 100
2019-21 Q2 206 100
2019-21 Q3 112 100
2019-21 Q4 90 100
2019-21 Q5 90 100
2019-21 Q6 106 100
2019-21 Q7 106 100
2019-21 Q8 0 100

000089 - Number of Rural/Cultural communities served

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 8 8
2017-19 Q2 8 8
2017-19 Q3 8 7
2017-19 Q4 8 7
2017-19 Q5 8 8
2017-19 Q6 8 8
2017-19 Q7 8 8
2017-19 Q8 8 8
2019-21 Q1 8 8
2019-21 Q2 8 8
2019-21 Q3 8 8
2019-21 Q4 8 8
2019-21 Q5 8 8
2019-21 Q6 8 8
2019-21 Q7 8 8
2019-21 Q8 0 8

000126 - Percentage of Respondents Rating Educational Programs Above Average or Excellent

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 99% 90%
2017-19 Q2 96% 90%
2017-19 Q3 98% 90%
2017-19 Q4 99% 90%
2017-19 Q5 99% 90%
2017-19 Q6 100% 90%
2017-19 Q7 99% 90%
2017-19 Q8 99% 90%
2019-21 Q1 99% 90%
2019-21 Q2 99% 90%
2019-21 Q3 98% 90%
2019-21 Q4 0% 90%
2019-21 Q5 100% 90%
2019-21 Q6 100% 90%
2019-21 Q7 100% 90%
2019-21 Q8 0% 90%

A004 - Museum Experience

The Society manages a nationally accredited, Smithsonian-affiliated museum interpreting the history, diverse cultures and art of eastern Washington. The museum exhibits its collection through long-term and temporary exhibits, interpretive programs, scholarship and publications, K-12 and university field trips, and community programs (lectures, workshops, seminars, musical/theatrical performances, etc.).

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 6.2 6.2 6.2
GFS 382,000.0 403,000.0 785,000.0
Other 42,000.0 35,000.0 77,000.0
Totals 424,000.0 438,000.0 862,000.0

000139 - Dollar amount of non-state funds raised from the private sector

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $150,758.00 $200,000.00
2017-19 Q2 $360,287.00 $200,000.00
2017-19 Q3 $97,108.00 $62,500.00
2017-19 Q4 $48,430.00 $62,500.00
2017-19 Q5 $57,774.00 $62,500.00
2017-19 Q6 $259,486.00 $62,500.00
2017-19 Q7 $140,314.00 $62,500.00
2017-19 Q8 $251,144.00 $200,000.00
2019-21 Q1 $185,434.00 $62,500.00
2019-21 Q2 $232,654.00 $200,000.00
2019-21 Q3 $205,641.00 $62,500.00
2019-21 Q4 $299,111.00 $62,500.00
2019-21 Q5 $78,641.00 $62,500.00
2019-21 Q6 $309,488.00 $62,500.00
2019-21 Q7 $132,920.00 $62,500.00
2019-21 Q8 $0.00 $62,500.00

A005 - Member, Donor, Public Relations

The Society generates public awareness and non-state funding (accounting for 40-45 percent of the total budget) through media relations, social media, promotions and collateral material for programs and events, membership recruitment/retention/upgrade programs, donor development and fundraising activities, and grant writing.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 5.5 5.5 5.5
GFS
Other 667,000.0 566,000.0 1,233,000.0
Totals 667,000.0 566,000.0 1,233,000.0

000071 - Number of Visitors to the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 5,253 5,500
2017-19 Q2 19,608 6,000
2017-19 Q3 23,792 4,000
2017-19 Q4 25,057 5,500
2017-19 Q5 9,880 6,000
2017-19 Q6 6,602 6,000
2017-19 Q7 13,436 6,000
2017-19 Q8 20,846 6,000
2019-21 Q1 17,137 6,000
2019-21 Q2 22,969 5,500
2019-21 Q3 19,350 6,000
2019-21 Q4 0 6,000
2019-21 Q5 4,629 6,000
2019-21 Q6 3,633 6,000
2019-21 Q7 5,456 6,000
2019-21 Q8 0 5,500

A006 - Facilities Operations

The Society maintains a 5-acre campus with two historic buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, administrative offices, public auditorium and amphitheater, archive and collections storage, and Exhibit Hall. This activity includes utilities, HVAC for environmental control, security services, custodial and grounds care, and all capital (maintenance and repair) projects.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 12.8 12.8 12.8
GFS 986,000.0 1,010,000.0 1,996,000.0
Other 203,000.0 172,000.0 375,000.0
Totals 1,189,000.0 1,182,000.0 2,371,000.0
Expected Results

To be developed.

Regulate the economy to ensure fairness, security and efficiency

Strategy: Regulate the economy to ensure fairness, security and efficiency

Agency: 102 - Department of Financial Institutions

A001 - Agency Management and Administrative Services

The Division of Administration provides administrative and advisory services for the Department of Financial Institutions. These services include policy and legal advice, human resources, financial and budgeting functions.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 13.8 13.8 13.8
GFS
Other 2,228,000.0 2,261,000.0 4,489,000.0
Totals 2,228,000.0 2,261,000.0 4,489,000.0

002483 - Percentage of Revenues Collected Electronically

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 80% 80%
2017-19 A3 82% 80%
2019-21 A2 90% 85%
2019-21 A3 90% 90%

002484 - Percentage of Calls Reaching a Live Person Within 60 Seconds

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 98% 80%
2017-19 Q2 98% 80%
2017-19 Q3 99% 80%
2017-19 Q4 98% 80%
2017-19 Q5 98% 80%
2017-19 Q6 94% 80%
2017-19 Q7 93% 80%
2017-19 Q8 94% 80%
2019-21 Q1 93% 80%
2019-21 Q2 93% 80%
2019-21 Q3 93% 80%
2019-21 Q4 91% 80%
2019-21 Q5 91% 80%
2019-21 Q6 88% 80%
2019-21 Q7 93% 80%
2019-21 Q8 97% 80%

002486 - Percentage of Employees who Leave DFI to Take A Position With Another Employer

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 1% 3%
2017-19 Q2 1% 3%
2017-19 Q3 3% 3%
2017-19 Q4 3% 3%
2017-19 Q5 2% 3%
2017-19 Q6 3% 3%
2017-19 Q7 1% 3%
2017-19 Q8 2% 3%
2019-21 Q1 1% 3%
2019-21 Q2 1% 3%
2019-21 Q3 1% 3%
2019-21 Q4 1% 3%
2019-21 Q5 1% 3%
2019-21 Q6 0% 3%
2019-21 Q7 1% 3%
2019-21 Q8 1% 3%

002487 - Percentage of Veterans in DFI's Workforce

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 7% 8%
2017-19 Q2 7% 8%
2017-19 Q3 8% 8%
2017-19 Q4 8% 8%
2017-19 Q5 8% 8%
2017-19 Q6 8% 8%
2017-19 Q7 7% 8%
2017-19 Q8 7% 8%
2019-21 Q1 7% 8%
2019-21 Q2 8% 8%
2019-21 Q3 8% 8%
2019-21 Q4 8% 8%
2019-21 Q5 8% 8%
2019-21 Q6 8% 8%
2019-21 Q7 8% 8%
2019-21 Q8 8% 8%

002488 - Percentage of Employees with Disabilities in DFI's Workforce

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 8% 8%
2017-19 Q2 9% 8%
2017-19 Q3 9% 8%
2017-19 Q4 9% 8%
2017-19 Q5 9% 8%
2017-19 Q6 9% 8%
2017-19 Q7 8% 8%
2017-19 Q8 9% 8%
2019-21 Q1 9% 8%
2019-21 Q2 9% 8%
2019-21 Q3 9% 8%
2019-21 Q4 12% 8%
2019-21 Q5 11% 8%
2019-21 Q6 11% 8%
2019-21 Q7 11% 8%
2019-21 Q8 11% 8%

A002 - Chartering, Licensing and Registration

The Department of Financial Institutions evaluates and approves new applications, mergers, conversions, branches, and corporate governance changes for banks and credit unions. The department also conducts licensing, registration, and exemption activities for financial entities, such as broker dealers, investment advisers, securities issuers, escrow officers, mortgage brokers and loan originators, payday lenders, money transmitters, currency exchangers, and consumer loan companies.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 29.0 29.0 29.0
GFS
Other 3,406,000.0 3,446,000.0 6,852,000.0
Totals 3,406,000.0 3,446,000.0 6,852,000.0

000698 - Turnaround Time For Registration Applicants

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 6 6
2017-19 Q2 4 6
2017-19 Q3 5 6
2017-19 Q4 6 6
2017-19 Q5 4 6
2017-19 Q6 3 6
2017-19 Q7 3 6
2017-19 Q8 6 6
2019-21 Q1 4 6
2019-21 Q2 3 6
2019-21 Q3 3 6
2019-21 Q4 2 6
2019-21 Q5 5 6
2019-21 Q6 5 6
2019-21 Q7 3 6
2019-21 Q8 2 6

002475 - Days to Process and Issue a Consumer Loan Company License

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 17 25
2017-19 Q2 23 25
2017-19 Q3 25 25
2017-19 Q4 23 25
2017-19 Q5 21 25
2017-19 Q6 23 25
2017-19 Q7 19 25
2017-19 Q8 25 25
2019-21 Q1 21 25
2019-21 Q2 25 25
2019-21 Q3 25 25
2019-21 Q4 24 25
2019-21 Q5 27 25
2019-21 Q6 24 25
2019-21 Q7 25 25
2019-21 Q8 25 25

002478 - Percentage of Callers who are "Satisfied" or "Very Satisfied" with the Information they Received

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 100% 90%
2017-19 Q2 100% 90%
2017-19 Q3 100% 90%
2017-19 Q4 100% 90%
2017-19 Q5 100% 90%
2017-19 Q6 100% 90%
2017-19 Q7 100% 90%
2017-19 Q8 99% 90%
2019-21 Q1 100% 90%
2019-21 Q2 99% 90%
2019-21 Q3 100% 90%
2019-21 Q4 100% 90%
2019-21 Q5 100% 90%
2019-21 Q6 100% 90%
2019-21 Q7 91% 90%
2019-21 Q8 89% 90%

002750 - Percentage of Mortgage Loan Originator sponsorship applications approved within 5 days

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 90% 80%
2017-19 Q2 88% 80%
2017-19 Q3 93% 80%
2017-19 Q4 95% 80%
2017-19 Q5 93% 80%
2017-19 Q6 96% 80%
2017-19 Q7 93% 80%
2017-19 Q8 95% 80%
2019-21 Q1 97% 80%
2019-21 Q2 92% 80%
2019-21 Q3 96% 80%
2019-21 Q4 94% 80%
2019-21 Q5 92% 80%
2019-21 Q6 92% 80%
2019-21 Q7 91% 80%
2019-21 Q8 94% 80%

A003 - Education and Public Outreach

The Department conducts education and outreach activities for consumers and stakeholders. Activities include presentations, town meetings, and press conferences addressing consumer and industry concerns; Internet-based information; and interactive programs.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.0 4.0 4.0
GFS
Other 846,000.0 915,000.0 1,761,000.0
Totals 846,000.0 915,000.0 1,761,000.0

000375 - Consumers Rating Outreach Programs & Materials as Helpful

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 97% 90%
2017-19 Q2 100% 90%
2017-19 Q3 99% 90%
2017-19 Q4 99% 90%
2017-19 Q5 99% 90%
2017-19 Q6 99% 90%
2017-19 Q7 100% 90%
2017-19 Q8 100% 90%
2019-21 Q1 100% 90%
2019-21 Q2 99% 90%
2019-21 Q3 100% 90%
2019-21 Q4 0% 90%
2019-21 Q5 100% 90%
2019-21 Q6 0% 90%
2019-21 Q7 100% 90%
2019-21 Q8 100% 90%

002479 - Registrant Survey Results Rated as "Excellent" or "Good"

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 100% 80%
2017-19 Q2 100% 80%
2017-19 Q3 100% 80%
2017-19 Q4 100% 80%
2017-19 Q5 100% 80%
2017-19 Q6 100% 80%
2017-19 Q7 100% 80%
2017-19 Q8 100% 80%
2019-21 Q1 100% 80%
2019-21 Q2 0% 80%
2019-21 Q3 100% 80%
2019-21 Q4 0% 80%
2019-21 Q5 100% 80%
2019-21 Q6 100% 80%
2019-21 Q7 100% 80%
2019-21 Q8 100% 80%

002482 - Percentage of Students Demonstrating Increased Financial Knowledge

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 16% 15%
2017-19 A3 30% 15%
2019-21 A2 18% 15%
2019-21 A3 0% 0%

A004 - Enforcement

The Department conducts various types of supervisory, surveillance, and enforcement activities to detect and take corrective action for violations of the regulatory and anti-fraud statutes applicable to financial institutions. Activities include processing complaints, doing investigations, and taking appropriate actions against banks, credit unions, and other financial entities. Additional enforcement functions include coordination and assistance to other law enforcement agencies and prosecutors and providing testimony in courts of law.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 43.2 42.9 43.1
GFS
Other 6,804,000.0 6,933,000.0 13,737,000.0
Totals 6,804,000.0 6,933,000.0 13,737,000.0

000761 - Number of Enforcement Actions Taken

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 50 48
2017-19 Q2 31 48
2017-19 Q3 53 48
2017-19 Q4 53 48
2017-19 Q5 52 48
2017-19 Q6 43 48
2017-19 Q7 44 48
2017-19 Q8 47 48
2019-21 Q1 64 48
2019-21 Q2 41 48
2019-21 Q3 56 48
2019-21 Q4 65 48
2019-21 Q5 56 48
2019-21 Q6 41 48
2019-21 Q7 40 48
2019-21 Q8 43 48

002480 - Percentage of Consumer Complaints Closed Within 60 Days

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 97% 90%
2017-19 Q2 98% 90%
2017-19 Q3 100% 90%
2017-19 Q4 100% 90%
2017-19 Q5 100% 90%
2017-19 Q6 100% 90%
2017-19 Q7 100% 90%
2017-19 Q8 100% 90%
2019-21 Q1 100% 80%
2019-21 Q2 97% 80%
2019-21 Q3 100% 80%
2019-21 Q4 97% 80%
2019-21 Q5 99% 80%
2019-21 Q6 100% 80%
2019-21 Q7 100% 80%
2019-21 Q8 99% 80%

002481 - Percentage of Complaints That Are Closed or Moved to Investigation Within 90 Days.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 97% 80%
2017-19 Q2 95% 80%
2017-19 Q3 98% 80%
2017-19 Q4 90% 80%
2017-19 Q5 92% 80%
2017-19 Q6 88% 80%
2017-19 Q7 92% 80%
2017-19 Q8 99% 80%
2019-21 Q1 95% 80%
2019-21 Q2 95% 80%
2019-21 Q3 95% 80%
2019-21 Q4 96% 80%
2019-21 Q5 94% 80%
2019-21 Q6 86% 80%
2019-21 Q7 89% 80%
2019-21 Q8 79% 80%

A005 - Examinations

The department performs several types of examinations. The three primary examinations are compliance and for-cause examinations of financial entities; safety and soundness examinations of banks, credit unions, debenture companies, money transmitters, trust companies, Small Business Association (SBA) lenders, and industrial development corporations; and information system examinations of banks and credit unions.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 120.9 120.9 120.9
GFS
Other 16,455,000.0 17,083,000.0 33,538,000.0
Totals 16,455,000.0 17,083,000.0 33,538,000.0

000523 - Banking Assets Held at Institutions with Satisfactory Ratings

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 99% 90%
2017-19 Q2 100% 90%
2017-19 Q3 100% 90%
2017-19 Q4 100% 90%
2017-19 Q5 100% 90%
2017-19 Q6 100% 90%
2017-19 Q7 98% 90%
2017-19 Q8 100% 90%
2019-21 Q1 100% 90%
2019-21 Q2 100% 90%
2019-21 Q3 99% 90%
2019-21 Q4 100% 90%
2019-21 Q5 100% 90%
2019-21 Q6 100% 90%
2019-21 Q7 100% 90%
2019-21 Q8 100% 90%

000637 - Credit Union Assets Held at Institutions with Satisfactory Ratings

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 98% 95%
2017-19 Q2 98% 95%
2017-19 Q3 96% 95%
2017-19 Q4 96% 95%
2017-19 Q5 96% 95%
2017-19 Q6 98% 95%
2017-19 Q7 97% 95%
2017-19 Q8 99% 95%
2019-21 Q1 99% 95%
2019-21 Q2 99% 95%
2019-21 Q3 99% 95%
2019-21 Q4 99% 95%
2019-21 Q5 99% 95%
2019-21 Q6 99% 95%
2019-21 Q7 99% 95%
2019-21 Q8 99% 95%

002477 - Percentage of DFI's Consumer Services Division Licensees Examined Per Quarter

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 5% 5%
2017-19 Q2 7% 5%
2017-19 Q3 11% 5%
2017-19 Q4 10% 5%
2017-19 Q5 9% 5%
2017-19 Q6 10% 5%
2017-19 Q7 9% 5%
2017-19 Q8 9% 5%
2019-21 Q1 8% 5%
2019-21 Q2 6% 5%
2019-21 Q3 9% 5%
2019-21 Q4 10% 5%
2019-21 Q5 10% 5%
2019-21 Q6 8% 5%
2019-21 Q7 8% 5%
2019-21 Q8 7% 5%

Coordinate government efforts to improve the effectiveness of economic investments

Strategy: Coordinate government efforts to improve the effectiveness of economic investments

Agency: 147 - Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises

A001 - Administration

The Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE) promotes the participation, in public contracting and procurement, of all qualified and available small businesses owned and controlled by minorities, women and all others who may be socially and economically disadvantaged.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.0 5.0 4.5
GFS 116,000.0 116,000.0 232,000.0
Other 343,000.0 403,000.0 746,000.0
Totals 459,000.0 519,000.0 978,000.0
Expected Results

Maximize the opportunities for women and minority-owned businesses to do business with state agencies to eight percent minority-owned business enterprises and four percent women-owned business enterprises.

A002 - Agency Support

OMWBE partners with state agencies, local governments, and private corporations to increase the participation of certified businesses in procurement opportunities.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 4.3 4.3 4.3
GFS
Other 369,000.0 347,000.0 716,000.0
Totals 369,000.0 347,000.0 716,000.0

000579 - Number of State Agencies who have developed Supplier Diversity Plans

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 63 63
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 63 63
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 62 63
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 62 63

000580 - Percentage of State Agencies with current plans

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 0%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 100% 100%
2017-19 Q5 0% 0%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 100% 100%
2019-21 Q1 0% 0%
2019-21 Q2 0% 0%
2019-21 Q3 0% 0%
2019-21 Q4 98% 100%
2019-21 Q5 0% 0%
2019-21 Q6 0% 0%
2019-21 Q7 0% 0%
2019-21 Q8 98% 100%

000585 - Percentage of contract procurement dollars

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A1 0% 16%
2017-19 A2 0% 16%
2017-19 A3 4% 16%
2019-21 A2 4% 16%
2019-21 A3 0% 16%

000586 - Number of certified firms doing business in the state

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 2,593 2,600
2017-19 Q2 2,689 2,625
2017-19 Q3 2,722 2,650
2017-19 Q4 2,764 2,675
2017-19 Q5 2,488 2,475
2017-19 Q6 2,512 2,500
2017-19 Q7 2,534 2,525
2017-19 Q8 2,519 2,550
2019-21 Q1 2,396 2,200
2019-21 Q2 2,273 2,200
2019-21 Q3 2,273 2,200
2019-21 Q4 2,273 2,225
2019-21 Q5 2,226 2,250
2019-21 Q6 2,280 2,275
2019-21 Q7 2,334 2,300
2019-21 Q8 2,373 2,325

A003 - Certification

The office provides state of Washington and other certification to companies who meet regulatory requirements for certification.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 17.0 17.0 17.0
GFS 564,000.0 464,000.0 1,028,000.0
Other 2,286,000.0 2,209,000.0 4,495,000.0
Totals 2,850,000.0 2,673,000.0 5,523,000.0

000610 - Percentage of state files processed within 60 days.

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 42% 100%
2017-19 Q2 59% 100%
2017-19 Q3 49% 100%
2017-19 Q4 41% 100%
2017-19 Q5 44% 100%
2017-19 Q6 57% 100%
2017-19 Q7 64% 100%
2017-19 Q8 71% 100%
2019-21 Q1 69% 100%
2019-21 Q2 63% 100%
2019-21 Q3 54% 100%
2019-21 Q4 52% 100%
2019-21 Q5 43% 100%
2019-21 Q6 40% 100%
2019-21 Q7 50% 100%
2019-21 Q8 44% 100%

A004 - Minority and Women Business Development

OMWBE works with government and small business organizations to build a healthy statewide economic plan that includes successful, growing minority and women-owned businesses.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 9.0 9.5 9.3
GFS 1,313,000.0 1,002,000.0 2,315,000.0
Other 343,000.0 443,000.0 786,000.0
Totals 1,656,000.0 1,445,000.0 3,101,000.0

000625 - Percentage of certified firms registered in WEBS

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 37% 40%
2017-19 Q2 37% 40%
2017-19 Q3 37% 40%
2017-19 Q4 39% 40%
2017-19 Q5 39% 40%
2017-19 Q6 39% 40%
2017-19 Q7 37% 40%
2017-19 Q8 33% 40%
2019-21 Q1 34% 40%
2019-21 Q2 36% 40%
2019-21 Q3 36% 40%
2019-21 Q4 36% 40%
2019-21 Q5 37% 40%
2019-21 Q6 37% 40%
2019-21 Q7 37% 40%
2019-21 Q8 36% 40%

Provide consumer protection

Strategy: Provide consumer protection

Agency: 495 - Department of Agriculture

A001 - Agency Administration

This activity provides executive leadership, policy development and review, financial services, computer and information technology services, human resources services, communications, administrative procedures guidance, legal services, employee safety, and risk management programs for the department's 27 activities. The budget amounts for this activity are the overhead component of agency administrative costs.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 95.9 95.0 95.5
GFS 1,688,000.0 1,484,000.0 3,172,000.0
Other 11,307,000.0 11,183,000.0 22,490,000.0
Totals 12,995,000.0 12,667,000.0 25,662,000.0
Expected Results

Administrative activities support the successful achievement of the agency's vision, mission, and goals through a variety of internal support functions.

A002 - Agricultural Fairs

The Fairs program provides about $2 million in financial assistance to agricultural fairs and youth shows each year. The director of the Department of Agriculture appoints a seven-member Fairs Commission to recommend fund allocations to participating fairs. This program coordinates the activities of the commission, audits all required reports and information from participating fairs, and administers a capital budget grant program to improve safety and access at fairs. Currently, 66 fairs participate in the Fairs program.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 0.80 0.80 0.80
GFS
Other 2,802,000.0 2,802,000.0 5,604,000.0
Totals 2,802,000.0 2,802,000.0 5,604,000.0
Expected Results

Participating agricultural fairs receive annual allocations from the Fair Fund in accordance with state law and/or the merit rating established by the department.

A003 - Agricultural Promotion and Protection

This activity provides funding for activities that promote, support, or protect the state's agricultural industry, primarily federal funding for specialty crop block grant projects that enhance the competiveness of Washington state grown fruits, vegetables, and horticulture and nursery crops in domestic or foreign markets. It also includes variable federal funding for specific projects.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 5.0 5.0 5.0
GFS
Other 5,196,000.0 5,156,000.0 10,352,000.0
Totals 5,196,000.0 5,156,000.0 10,352,000.0
Expected Results

Promote, support, and protect the state's agricultural industry.

A006 - Commission Merchants

The Commission Merchants program protects agricultural producers against theft, fraud, and unfair business practices by licensing persons and businesses involved in buying and selling agricultural products. Licensees who purchase or handle agricultural products on consignment must be bonded. Funded by license fees, the program investigates producer complaints against commission merchants and cooperates with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. (Agricultural Local Account-Nonappropriated)

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.0 3.0 3.0
GFS 62,000.0 53,000.0 115,000.0
Other 324,000.0 317,000.0 641,000.0
Totals 386,000.0 370,000.0 756,000.0
Expected Results

Case investigations are closed within 120 days of filing, following pre-established criteria.

A007 - Commodity Commissions

This program administers agency responsibilities related to the state's 23 agricultural commodity commissions. Each commission is funded by producers and engages primarily in marketing and/or research related to its specific commodity. The Director of Agriculture is a board member of each commission. The program reviews and approves commission programs and budgets; supervises or coordinates the nomination, election, or appointment of commission members; and oversees the issuance, amendment, or termination of commission marketing orders.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 0.50 0.50 0.50
GFS
Other
Totals
Expected Results

Budget and program reviews are completed for each agricultural commodity commission.

A008 - Feed Regulation

The Commercial Feed program regulates the distribution of animal feeds to ensure product identity, quality, and proper labeling. It registers and reviews labels of pet food products, and licenses manufacturers and initial distributors of other animal feed products. It inspects feed mills for compliance with good manufacturing practices, and also analyzes feed samples to determine accuracy of label guarantees. The activity is funded primarily by fees paid by the feed industry.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 13.3 13.3 13.3
GFS
Other 1,033,000.0 1,023,000.0 2,056,000.0
Totals 1,033,000.0 1,023,000.0 2,056,000.0

000161 - Feed Facility Inspections

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 0% 100%
2017-19 A3 0% 100%

A009 - Fertilizer Regulation

The Commercial Fertilizer program licenses bulk fertilizer facilities, registers all fertilizer products for distribution in the state, and analyzes fertilizer samples to verify label guarantees for plant nutrients and to ensure that heavy metal content does not exceed state standards. It inspects fertilizer manufacturing, distribution, and storage facilities for compliance with requirements and inspects irrigation systems used for fertigation to ensure required safeguards are in place to prevent ground water and surface water contamination. The program is funded entirely by fees paid by the fertilizer industry.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 6.7 6.7 6.7
GFS
Other 845,000.0 801,000.0 1,646,000.0
Totals 845,000.0 801,000.0 1,646,000.0

000171 - Washington metal standards

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 A2 0% 100%
2017-19 A3 0% 100%

A011 - Fruit and Vegetable Inspection

The Fruit and Vegetable Inspection program provides inspection services to the fresh produce and processing industry to ensure orderly marketing of fruits and vegetables. Commodities are inspected for quality, size, labeling, condition, and contract specifications, and may be certified as free from disease and insects as required by domestic and international markets. These services are provided through district offices in Yakima and Wenatchee and seven field offices. This is a self supporting, fee for service program.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 160.6 160.6 160.6
GFS
Other 21,580,000.0 21,588,000.0 43,168,000.0
Totals 21,580,000.0 21,588,000.0 43,168,000.0

000294 - Fruit and Vegetable Inspections

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 99% 96%
2017-19 Q2 0% 96%
2017-19 Q3 0% 96%
2017-19 Q4 0% 96%
2017-19 Q5 0% 96%
2017-19 Q6 0% 96%
2017-19 Q7 0% 96%
2017-19 Q8 0% 96%

A012 - Grain Inspection

The Grain Inspection program provides inspection and analytical and weighing services to ensure orderly commerce for grain, dry peas, dry beans, lentils, rapeseed, and similar commodities sold in or from Washington. These services are offered at the ports of Seattle, Tacoma, Grays Harbor, Longview, Kalama, and Vancouver and at offices in Spokane, Colfax, and Pasco, with a quality assurance laboratory in Olympia. This is a self-supporting fee for service program which provides service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, upon request.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 150.1 150.1 150.1
GFS
Other 12,857,000.0 12,890,000.0 25,747,000.0
Totals 12,857,000.0 12,890,000.0 25,747,000.0

000339 - Grain Inspection

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 93% 95%
2017-19 Q2 0% 95%
2017-19 Q3 0% 95%
2017-19 Q4 0% 95%
2017-19 Q5 0% 95%
2017-19 Q6 0% 95%
2017-19 Q7 0% 95%
2017-19 Q8 0% 95%

A013 - Grain Warehouse Audit

The Grain Warehouse Audit program protects grain producers from undue losses by licensing and bonding grain storage warehouses and grain dealers. The program audits each licensee to assure producers and depositors that licensees are meeting storage requirements and other contractual obligations. The program is funded by license fees.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.3 3.3 3.3
GFS
Other 264,000.0 267,000.0 531,000.0
Totals 264,000.0 267,000.0 531,000.0
Expected Results

Audits demonstrate that company records accurately represent the physical inventory of commodities. Licensees maintain the appropriate level of bonding.

A014 - Hop Inspection

The Hop Inspection program performs physical grading and chemical analysis of the Washington hop crop (75 percent of the nation's supply) to ensure orderly international and domestic marketing. This is a self-supporting program that is funded by fees paid by hop producers and dealers for requested services.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 9.5 9.5 9.5
GFS
Other 586,000.0 582,000.0 1,168,000.0
Totals 586,000.0 582,000.0 1,168,000.0
Expected Results

Hop analytical and grading analyses are provided within three working days of request; following pre-established criteria.

A015 - International Marketing

The International Marketing program assists food and agricultural companies in selling their products internationally. It contracts with trade representatives in the major markets of Japan, China, Korea, and Southeast Asia to assist Washington businesses with export transactions and market development. It offers one-on-one assistance to export-ready businesses; organizes and leads companies on trade missions and to major trade shows; and develops and distributes information to buyers on the state's agricultural suppliers. The program works closely with commodity commissions and the Governor's Office to fight trade barriers that prevent or limit overseas market access for Washington's agricultural and food products.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 5.0 5.0 5.0
GFS 1,138,000.0 1,123,000.0 2,261,000.0
Other 50,000.0 50,000.0 100,000.0
Totals 1,188,000.0 1,173,000.0 2,361,000.0
Expected Results

Assist Washington State export ready companies to generate export sales of agricultural and food products; which results in economic activity and revenue for the state.

A016 - Livestock Brand Inspection

The Livestock Brand Inspection program maintains the official recordings of about 5,600 livestock brands. As a theft prevention measure, cattle and horses are inspected for brands or other proof of ownership at public livestock markets, slaughter plants, and prior to moving out of state. Cattle are also inspected at certified feed lots and at change of ownership. The program licenses and bonds public livestock markets to ensure proper payment for cattle, and also licenses and audits certified feed lots to verify inspection certificates for slaughtered cattle. This program is funded through fees paid by the livestock industry.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 16.4 16.4 16.4
GFS
Other 1,732,000.0 1,713,000.0 3,445,000.0
Totals 1,732,000.0 1,713,000.0 3,445,000.0
Expected Results

Ownership of cattle and horses is verified when required.

A019 - Nursery Inspection

The Nursery Inspection program inspects nurseries to ensure that consumers and the nursery industry are provided healthy, pest-free, and disease-free plant materials. The program licenses nursery dealers and Christmas tree growers, enforces agricultural quarantines to prevent pest introduction and, on request, provides inspection services to certify that Washington nursery stock and plant materials are free from disease and insects, as required by domestic and international markets. The program is funded by license fees paid by nursery dealers and Christmas tree growers and fees paid for requested inspections.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 14.7 14.7 14.7
GFS
Other 1,518,000.0 1,517,000.0 3,035,000.0
Totals 1,518,000.0 1,517,000.0 3,035,000.0
Expected Results

Production nursery facilities are inspected during the growing season once every two years.

A020 - Organic Food Certification

The Organic Food program protects consumers and supports the organic food industry by ensuring that all food products making organic claims meet standards for organic production and labeling. It inspects, certifies, and provides technical assistance to more than 1,100 organic producers, processors, and handlers. It evaluates and registers materials that can be used in organic food production, processing, and handling. The program is funded by fees paid by the organic industry.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 36.4 36.4 36.4
GFS
Other 3,910,000.0 3,865,000.0 7,775,000.0
Totals 3,910,000.0 3,865,000.0 7,775,000.0

000466 - Organic Food Certification

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 80% 95%
2017-19 Q2 0% 95%
2017-19 Q3 0% 95%
2017-19 Q4 0% 95%
2017-19 Q5 0% 95%
2017-19 Q6 0% 95%
2017-19 Q7 0% 95%
2017-19 Q8 0% 95%

A023 - Planting Stock Certification

The Planting Stock Certification program provides testing and inspection services to ensure disease-free planting stock for various agricultural industries. Voluntary certification programs are currently provided for fruit trees and related ornamentals, seed potatoes, hops, grapes, mint, garlic, caneberries, and strawberries. This is a self-supporting, fee-for-service program.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 9.3 9.3 9.3
GFS
Other 1,030,000.0 1,026,000.0 2,056,000.0
Totals 1,030,000.0 1,026,000.0 2,056,000.0
Expected Results

The percentage of virus-infected registered stone fruit trees (i.e. peaches, apricots, and cherries) is reduced.

A025 - Seed Inspection/Certification

The Seed Inspection program conducts pre-harvest field inspections and laboratory testing of agricultural, vegetable, and flower seeds grown under the seed certification program. It tests seed samples submitted by seed growers and companies to determine compliance with purity and germination standards and to certify seed for domestic and international marketing. It operates the only official seed testing laboratory in the state. This is a self-supporting, fee for service program.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 34.1 34.1 34.1
GFS 10,000.0 10,000.0
Other 2,904,000.0 2,891,000.0 5,795,000.0
Totals 2,914,000.0 2,891,000.0 5,805,000.0

000521 - Seed Inspection

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 95% 95%
2017-19 Q2 0% 95%
2017-19 Q3 0% 95%
2017-19 Q4 0% 95%
2017-19 Q5 0% 95%
2017-19 Q6 0% 95%
2017-19 Q7 0% 95%
2017-19 Q8 0% 95%

A026 - Small Farm and Direct Marketing Assistance

This activity assists small farms in their direct marketing efforts by providing tools and assistance to help small farms comply with government regulations and facilitating increased procurement of Washington-grown food by schools.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 8.5 8.5 8.5
GFS 2,656,000.0 2,649,000.0 5,305,000.0
Other 11,046,000.0 11,047,000.0 22,093,000.0
Totals 13,702,000.0 13,696,000.0 27,398,000.0
Expected Results

Small farms receive assistance on complying with regulations that apply to direct marketing.

A027 - Weights and Measures Inspection

The Weights and Measures program regulates the use and accuracy of all commercial weighing, measuring, and counting devices, including gas pumps, grocery store scale systems, price scanners, vehicle tank meters, and liquid petroleum gas measuring devices. Staff inspect and test devices for accuracy and suitability for service. The program regulates motor fuel quality, including biofuels quality, by analyzing fuel samples for octane, oxygenate, and other product quality factors. The program also operates the state metrology laboratory and provides calibration services to businesses, laboratories, and government entities.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 23.1 22.3 22.7
GFS 127,000.0 127,000.0
Other 2,173,000.0 2,164,000.0 4,337,000.0
Totals 2,300,000.0 2,164,000.0 4,464,000.0

000532 - Weighing and measuring devices

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 80%
2017-19 Q2 0% 80%
2017-19 Q3 0% 80%
2017-19 Q4 0% 80%
2017-19 Q5 0% 80%
2017-19 Q6 0% 80%
2017-19 Q7 0% 80%
2017-19 Q8 0% 80%

Return unemployed, underemployed or injured workers to work

Strategy: Return unemployed, underemployed or injured workers to work

Agency: 190 - Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals

A002 - Hearings

The Hearings Section schedules and conducts formal hearings on all contested issues raised in an appeal. Hearings are formal legal proceedings following the civil rules applicable in the Superior Courts of Washington. At the conclusion of the hearings and the closing of the record, a judge will issue a written proposed decision and order containing findings of fact and conclusions of law on all contested issues. If a party disagrees with the proposed decision issued by a hearing judge, the party can petition the three-member board to review the decision. In the review program, judges assist board members in determining the appropriate action to take on petitions. Judges review the petition and the entire record of proceeding, then make recommendations to the board. If the board votes to review a proposed decision, the review judge will draft the final decision and order for the board members' approval.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 119.7 118.2 119.0
GFS
Other 17,691,000.0 17,908,000.0 35,599,000.0
Totals 17,691,000.0 17,908,000.0 35,599,000.0

000182 - Average weeks to resolve ind ins appeals

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 30 33
2017-19 Q2 30 33
2017-19 Q3 30 33
2017-19 Q4 30 33
2017-19 Q5 30 33
2017-19 Q6 30 33
2017-19 Q7 30 33
2017-19 Q8 30 33
2019-21 Q1 32 33
2019-21 Q2 32 33
2019-21 Q3 33 33
2019-21 Q4 32 33
2019-21 Q5 0 33
2019-21 Q6 0 33
2019-21 Q7 0 33
2019-21 Q8 0 33

000331 - Percentage of Cases Successfully Resolved Without Appeal to Superior Court

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 97% 97%
2017-19 Q2 97% 97%
2017-19 Q3 97% 97%
2017-19 Q4 97% 97%
2017-19 Q5 97% 97%
2017-19 Q6 97% 97%
2017-19 Q7 97% 97%
2017-19 Q8 97% 97%
2019-21 Q1 97% 97%
2019-21 Q2 97% 97%
2019-21 Q3 96% 97%
2019-21 Q4 97% 97%
2019-21 Q5 0% 97%
2019-21 Q6 0% 97%
2019-21 Q7 0% 97%
2019-21 Q8 0% 97%

000413 - Final orders issued by the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 13,793 14,000
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 13,732 14,000
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 14,304 14,000
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 14,000

000423 - Cost per final order

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q4 $1,603.00 $1,600.00
2017-19 Q5 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q8 $0.00 $1,600.00
2019-21 Q1 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q4 $1,614.00 $1,600.00
2019-21 Q5 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q8 $1,678.00 $16,000.00

A003 - Mediation

The Mediation Program focuses on assisting parties in understanding the appeal process and reaching an agreed resolution, if possible. Unrepresented appellants are given an opportunity to discuss the issues involved in their appeal in an informal setting with a judge and a representative from the other party. Judges are trained mediators who have extensive knowledge of workers' compensation and other areas of the law, as well as in the practices and procedures of the Board. These skills and specialized knowledge are used to assist the parties in exploring options for resolution of the appeal.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 46.6 45.9 46.3
GFS
Other 6,878,000.0 6,962,000.0 13,840,000.0
Totals 6,878,000.0 6,962,000.0 13,840,000.0

000182 - Average weeks to resolve ind ins appeals

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 30 33
2017-19 Q2 30 33
2017-19 Q3 30 33
2017-19 Q4 30 33
2017-19 Q5 30 33
2017-19 Q6 30 33
2017-19 Q7 30 33
2017-19 Q8 30 33
2019-21 Q1 32 33
2019-21 Q2 32 33
2019-21 Q3 33 33
2019-21 Q4 32 33
2019-21 Q5 0 33
2019-21 Q6 0 33
2019-21 Q7 0 33
2019-21 Q8 0 33

000331 - Percentage of Cases Successfully Resolved Without Appeal to Superior Court

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 97% 97%
2017-19 Q2 97% 97%
2017-19 Q3 97% 97%
2017-19 Q4 97% 97%
2017-19 Q5 97% 97%
2017-19 Q6 97% 97%
2017-19 Q7 97% 97%
2017-19 Q8 97% 97%
2019-21 Q1 97% 97%
2019-21 Q2 97% 97%
2019-21 Q3 96% 97%
2019-21 Q4 97% 97%
2019-21 Q5 0% 97%
2019-21 Q6 0% 97%
2019-21 Q7 0% 97%
2019-21 Q8 0% 97%

000413 - Final orders issued by the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0 0
2017-19 Q2 0 0
2017-19 Q3 0 0
2017-19 Q4 13,793 14,000
2017-19 Q5 0 0
2017-19 Q6 0 0
2017-19 Q7 0 0
2017-19 Q8 13,732 14,000
2019-21 Q1 0 0
2019-21 Q2 0 0
2019-21 Q3 0 0
2019-21 Q4 14,304 14,000
2019-21 Q5 0 0
2019-21 Q6 0 0
2019-21 Q7 0 0
2019-21 Q8 0 14,000

000423 - Cost per final order

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q4 $1,603.00 $1,600.00
2017-19 Q5 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2017-19 Q8 $0.00 $1,600.00
2019-21 Q1 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q2 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q3 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q4 $1,614.00 $1,600.00
2019-21 Q5 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q6 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q7 $0.00 $0.00
2019-21 Q8 $1,678.00 $16,000.00

Return unemployed, underemployed or injured workers to work

Strategy: Return unemployed, underemployed or injured workers to work

Agency: 315 - Department of Services for the Blind

A007 - Vocational Rehabilitation and Youth Services

The Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program enables Washington State residents who are blind or visually impaired to get or keep a job by developing skills, independence, and self-confidence. Through a federal Rehabilitation Services Administration formula grant, DSB provides comprehensive and individualized services to meet each participant's needs towards achieving the individual’s career goal. Services include vocational and adjustment to blindness counseling; assessment and training in the adaptive skills and technologies of blindness; procurement of needed tools and devices; supports for post-secondary education; job readiness training; assistance with small business development and business launch; transportation supports; assistance with job search, development, and placement; assessment and recommendations for workplace accommodations; and workplace trainings & follow-up services to ensure a good and stable employment outcome. The DSB Vocational Rehabilitation program provides career exploration and work experience for students with a disability as early as necessary in order to provide exposure, self-advocacy, independence skills and overall readiness to transition seamlessly into higher education or career directly after high school. Through the Pre-Employment Transition Services, students with a visual disability incorporate workplace expectations, and career options. The Washington State business community is also a customer of DSB’s Vocational Rehabilitation services. DSB VR provides technical assistance and consultation to businesses around reasonable accommodation processes, accessibility of work tools, and guidance on how to create a disability-friendly workplace environment to foster a workplace that values the diversity of its talented workforce. Visual disabilities exist across all known demographics: race; ethnicity; economic status; gender; gender-orientation; rural/urban location; age. DSB serves the broadest diversity of individuals in providing state-wide services that are at no-cost to the user. DSB’s Vocational Rehabilitation services also support to Telephonic Reading Services. Telephonic Reading Services provides reading services to blind individuals through the use of phone lines. The service is operated by the National Federation of the Blind in Baltimore, Maryland, and is mandated by RCW 74.18.045.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 65.0 65.0 65.0
GFS 1,213,000.0 1,219,000.0 2,432,000.0
Other 10,439,000.0 10,497,000.0 20,936,000.0
Totals 11,652,000.0 11,716,000.0 23,368,000.0

000091 - Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Clients Obtaining Employment

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 133 150
2017-19 Q2 130 150
2017-19 Q3 146 150
2017-19 Q4 143 150
2017-19 Q5 182 150
2017-19 Q6 150 150
2017-19 Q7 131 150
2017-19 Q8 117 150
2019-21 Q1 85 125
2019-21 Q2 79 125
2019-21 Q3 72 125
2019-21 Q4 63 125
2019-21 Q5 59 125
2019-21 Q6 56 125
2019-21 Q7 56 125
2019-21 Q8 0 125

000092 - Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Clients Served

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 1,338 1,350
2017-19 Q2 1,336 1,350
2017-19 Q3 1,391 1,350
2017-19 Q4 1,387 1,350
2017-19 Q5 1,406 1,350
2017-19 Q6 1,415 1,350
2017-19 Q7 1,131 1,350
2017-19 Q8 1,097 1,350
2019-21 Q1 1,035 1,300
2019-21 Q2 1,039 1,300
2019-21 Q3 1,046 1,300
2019-21 Q4 1,011 1,300
2019-21 Q5 985 1,300
2019-21 Q6 990 1,300
2019-21 Q7 1,005 1,300
2019-21 Q8 0 1,300

000096 - Percentage of employment outcomes at or above minimum wage

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 0% 0%
2017-19 Q2 0% 0%
2017-19 Q3 0% 0%
2017-19 Q4 0% 0%
2017-19 Q5 0% 0%
2017-19 Q6 0% 0%
2017-19 Q7 0% 0%
2017-19 Q8 0% 0%
2019-21 Q1 0% 75%
2019-21 Q2 0% 75%
2019-21 Q3 0% 75%
2019-21 Q4 0% 75%
2019-21 Q5 0% 80%
2019-21 Q6 0% 80%
2019-21 Q7 0% 80%
2019-21 Q8 0% 80%

000097 - Average hourly wage of successful participant employment outcomes

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 $19.40 $17.94
2017-19 Q2 $20.38 $18.01
2017-19 Q3 $20.48 $18.08
2017-19 Q4 $22.57 $18.15
2017-19 Q5 $24.07 $18.22
2017-19 Q6 $23.81 $18.29
2017-19 Q7 $24.63 $18.36
2017-19 Q8 $24.18 $18.43
2019-21 Q1 $23.10 $20.00
2019-21 Q2 $26.43 $20.00
2019-21 Q3 $29.16 $20.00
2019-21 Q4 $29.04 $22.00
2019-21 Q5 $29.14 $22.00
2019-21 Q6 $25.57 $22.00
2019-21 Q7 $23.81 $24.00
2019-21 Q8 $0.00 $24.00

A009 - Business Enterprise Program

The Department of Services for the Blind’s Business Enterprise Program (BEP) provides opportunities for qualified legally-blind adults to operate successful food service businesses in government buildings. Types of food service businesses include vending, snack/gift shops, espresso stands, delis, and cafeterias. These opportunities are provided through the federal Randolph-Sheppard Act. To be eligible for the BEP Training Program, a candidate must: be legally-blind, hold U.S. citizenship; have an aptitude for entrepreneurial business management; receive a referral from a Department of Services for the Blind (DSB) Vocational Rehabilitation counselor; and meet legal criteria for operating a business supported by federal law. DSB provides: required training to become a BEP licensee for operating and managing a food-service facility; the essential pieces of food service equipment and small wares for each BEP facility; assistance to the new operator in opening up the facility; and ongoing technical assistance and guidance. Funding for this program is generated through vending machines in government buildings and overhead is provided through General Fund–State dollars.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 3.0 3.0 3.0
GFS 50,000.0 50,000.0
Other 1,245,000.0 1,242,000.0 2,487,000.0
Totals 1,295,000.0 1,242,000.0 2,537,000.0

000448 - Number of Business Enterprise Program Clients Served

Biennium Period Actual Target
2017-19 Q1 28 28
2017-19 Q2 26 28
2017-19 Q3 26 28
2017-19 Q4 26 28
2017-19 Q5 27 28
2017-19 Q6 27 28
2017-19 Q7 27 28
2017-19 Q8 26 28
2019-21 Q1 26 28
2019-21 Q2 26 28
2019-21 Q3 26 28
2019-21 Q4 25 29
2019-21 Q5 25 29
2019-21 Q6 25 29
2019-21 Q7 24 30
2019-21 Q8 0 30

A001 - Department of Services for the Blind Administration

This activity provides administrative support and business management for the Department of Services for the Blind. Administrative functions include budgeting, accounting, federal grants management, personnel, facilities management, information technology, and the State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind.

FY 2020 FY 2021 Biennium Total
FTES 12.0 12.0 12.0
GFS 2,526,000.0 2,610,000.0 5,136,000.0
Other 1,496,000.0 1,668,000.0