The Washington Water & Salmon Fund Finder (WWSFF) is a grant and loan search tool that stores natural resource funding opportunities throughout Washington.
Grantees can use the tool to search, track, and prepare for potential funding opportunities. This is version 1.5, copied from Results WA
Starting July 2016, Washington deer and elk may be salvaged for use if applicant successfully obtains permit from WDFW. This dataset will show the user when and where subject deer and elk were located pursuant to applicant's information. To leverage this dataset to its fullest, use the mapping visualization tools to see salvage location. Data will be updated twice per year.
The Washington State Department of Health presents this information as a service to the public. True and correct copies of legal disciplinary actions taken after July 1998 are available on our Provider Credential Search site. These records are considered certified by the Department of Health.
This includes information on health care providers.
Please contact our Customer Service Center at 360-236-4700 for information about actions before July 1998.
The information on this site comes directly from our database and is updated daily at 10:00 a.m.. This data is a primary source for verification of credentials and is extracted from the primary database at 2:00 a.m. daily.
News releases about disciplinary actions taken against Washington State healthcare providers, agencies or facilities are on the agency's Newsroom webpage.
The absence of information in the Provider Credential Search system doesn't imply any recommendation, endorsement or guarantee of competence of any healthcare professional. The presence of information in this system doesn't imply a provider isn't competent or qualified to practice. The reader is encouraged to carefully evaluate any information found in this data set.
This file includes Report Card enrollment data from 2019-20 school year. Data is disaggregated by school, district, and the state level and includes counts of students by the following groups: grade level, gender, race/ethnicity, and student programs and special characteristics. Please review the notes below for more information.