IT classification & compensation restructure
The state is implementing a new information technology (IT) professional/technical classification and compensation structure. This means that all state agency and higher education classified IT positions, and some Washington Management Service IT positions, have been evaluated for allocation into the new structure. The new structure goes into effect July 1, 2019.
Read about status as of June 2019, including the 12 job families and 6 levels of work in the new classification and compensation structure. We expect to publish updates quarterly (January, April, July and October).
Responses to the most common questions we've received about the IT classification & compensation restructure.
Read about why we're developing a new structure, who's affected by it, how the structure was developed, and the timeline of the implementation.
IT job family descriptors and other documents from the class study for IT classifications.