All of the efforts underway to support the One Washington Program are organized into six different work streams:
The Strategic Partner Competitive Procurement project developed a competitive procurement for the selection of a strategic partner. The strategic partner will provide resources and access to expertise for the planning, phasing and implementation of enterprise systems.
The Chart of Accounts Improvement Project completed a design for the future state COA, established a governance process and standardized use of the coding element Expenditure Sub-Sub-Object updated in the Statewide Administrative and Accounting Manual on July 1, 2017.
Procurement readiness works with state procurement professionals and identified opportunities to standardize data and procurement processes statewide to prepare for new technology implementations.
WSDOT readiness partners with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to identify business requirements and determine commonality and opportunities for use of enterprise systems.
Facilities Portfolio Management Tool implements an enterprise software solution to provide a statewide facility portfolio management and inventory tool. The tool will be implemented June 30, 2017.
Budget systems modernization upgraded the OFM budget development suite by leveraging the implementation of Legislative Evaluation and Accountability Program (LEAP) applications. Additional improvements will be implemented as the other work streams progress.