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The Washington State CapitolThe Evergreen State College Office of Government Relations works with state legislators, elected officials, and state agencies to advance the College’s legislative agenda.

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  • Washington Statewide PublicBaccalaureate Dashboard
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  • Washington Technical Incentive Funding Model Task Force: Final Report 2013 (PDF)
  • Evergreen: Performance Plan Submitted and Accepted by the Office of Financial Management 2012 (PDF)

Governmental Relations News

  • 2015-06-02House Releases New Proposal and Holds Public Hearing

    Yesterday the House released a revised biennial budget and this morning held a public hearing on the new proposal. The proposal makes a handful of changes based on the recent revenue forecast as well as an extension of the higher federal match for the Children’s Health Insurance Program combined with smaller updates and corrections. These […]

  • 2015-05-29First Special Session Ends; Second Session Begins with Exchange of New Budget Proposals

    Yesterday the Washington Legislature ended the first special session of the 2015 regular legislative session.  While lawmakers were successful in passing a transportation budget, they did not reach agreement on a biennial operating or capital budget and several policy bills that would be necessary to implement the budgets proposed this session. Governor Inslee immediately announced […]

  • 2015-05-28Senate Releases Revised Budget

    This morning the Senate released a revised biennial budget and by the afternoon the Senate Ways & Means Committee advanced the budget to the floor. The proposal makes a handful of changes based on the recent revenue forecast as well as an extension of the higher federal match for the Children’s Health Insurance Program combined […]

  • 2015-05-19More Money

    Yesterday the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council released revenue projections for the current and upcoming biennia.  Last week the Council met and voted to move the June forecast up to mid-May. This is the last forecast before the end of the current fiscal year. The forecast predicts the state will collect $106 million […]

  • 2015-05-14June Forecast Scheduled in May

    Today the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council met to consider the timing of the next revenue forecast. Currently the next forecast is scheduled to be released on June 17. The Council took action to move the June forecast to Monday May 18 at 2:30 pm