A partial list of contracts the State Department of Health started or amended between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. Includes grants and contracts for goods and professional services tracked in the department's primary contract database, the Enterprise Contract Management System (ECMS). It does not include contracts many of the department's contracts with Washington's local health jurisdictions, or contracts for expert witnesses, purchase orders, data sharing agreements, contracts issued by the department but not tracked in ECMS, or contracts exempt from disclosure under state or federal regulation.
In 2017, the department added a data element to categorize entities. This is not found in prior years' data sets.
Acronyms commonly found in this data set are:
CBO=Community Based Organizations/Non-Profits
CLH=Local Health Jurisdictions
EMS= EMS/Trauma Centers
GVL=Government Local (EXCEPT Con-Con/LHJ)
GVS=Government State (EXCEPT Higher Ed)
POP = Period of Performance
SCH=Schools, School Districts & Education Institutions (excluding Higher Ed)
SOW = Statement of Work
Census 2010 population by race and Hispanic or Latino origin, for all ages and for 18 years and over for legislative districts based on Washington State Redistricting Commission plan L-JOINTSUB_3-2 as amended by Engrossed House Concurrent Resolution 4409.
These boundaries represent the boundaries of the nine educational services districts in Washington State. ESDs were formed when individual County Superintendent of School offices were consolidated and reorganized to reduce duplication, equalize educational opportunities, and provide a more effective reporting and accountability system to the state legislature. ESDs link local public and private schools with one another and with state and national resources. ESD Cooperatives and programs enhance educational opportunities because they realize significant savings, allowing districts to send more dollars directly to the classroom and provide special services that might otherwise be unavailable to their regions. ESDs serve as regional liaisons between the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), State Board of Education, and the Legislature.
This dataset is a survey of outdoor recreation demand which includes responses from 3,114 residents of Washington state who were interviewed by phone between August 27 and October 26, 2012. The telephone survey was conducted using random digit dialing. To meet the regional planning requirements of the project, the sample was stratified by the 10 planning regions in Washington (see the 2013 SCORP Plan, Appendix A for survey methodology and map). The consultant obtained a minimum of 300 completed interviews in each region. Within each region, the results were weighted by demographic characteristics so that the sample was representative of residents of that region. For statewide results, each region was weighted to be in proper proportion to the state population as a whole. Study findings are representative at the statewide level as well as by planning region. Any manipulation or analysis of the data should take this sampling approach and weighting into account.