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Commonly requested records and documents

Before you submit a request, the records you are looking for may be already publicly available:

Rulemaking activities

This rule-making activities webpage provides information about anticipated rules and those recently adopted and administered by the Office of Financial Management (OFM), including the State Human Resources (SHR) Division. For additional information on SHR rulemaking, please visit the civil service rules webpage.

What we do

The Office of Financial Management provides vital information, fiscal services and policy support that the governor, Legislature and state agencies need to serve the people of Washington. We:

Office locations

Mailing address

For questions related specifically to OFM, contact us directly by mail, phone, or email:

Washington State Office of Financial Management
P.O. Box 43113
Olympia, WA 98504-3113
TDD 360-902-0679

Executive management


Photo of David SchumacherDavid Schumacher was appointed director of the Office of Financial Management (OFM) by Governor Jay Inslee in January 2013. He has 25 years of experience in budgeting and policy development.

Contact us

Washington State Office of Financial Management
P.O. Box 43113
Olympia, WA 98504-3113
Directions to our office locations

Verifying employment

We are unable to verify employment of workers from other state agencies. To verify employment:

Privacy notice

Section A. Introduction

Thank you for visiting the Office of Financial Management’s website and reviewing our Privacy Notice. This statement addresses collection, use and security of and access to information that may be obtained through use of our website.

Sample job descriptions

The following represents sample job descriptions at OFM. We welcome all qualified applicants.

Open data plan

October 2016

The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) adopted an Open Data Policy that directs state agencies to develop, implement and maintain an open data plan by October 1, 2016.  Agencies also must report to the OCIO at least every twelve months on the status, progress and evolution of their plans.

2015 Boards and Commissions Report

NOTE: The 2016 Legislature repealed the requirement for the boards and commissions report with the passage of Engrossed House Bill 2883.

You can find profiles of boards and commissions over which the Governor has appointment authority on the Governor's website.