A schedule is a map of the network of tasks that must be completed to deliver a complex outcome like the replacement of the state’s core financial administrative services. It is a model that will be a fundamental tool for managing the work and delivering the desired result on behalf of the state.
One Washington has created a portfolio of schedules to:
Ensure all the work of the program is described—no invisible work.
Identify the resources required to complete the work of the program and enable the program to monitor and manage this capacity.
Be used by every team member every day to guide us on the work that needs to be accomplished and when.
Understand the relationship between tasks and workstreams and how they are interrelated to the project as a whole, thus strengthening our collaboration.
Model downstream and cascading effects when tasks fall behind, or when we learn of new needs, new information, or other surprises.
Strategize how to overcome real and potential barriers to project success.
The schedules will serve as the foundation for managing the work of One Washington and driving our results.
Phase 1A High-Level Timeline
The One Washington Project Phase 1A High-Level Timeline is a visual representation of some of the key works of the State of Washington’s implementation of the schedule. This view includes both project activities and artifacts or results of project work. Other interest views of the project schedule will be made available that include these and/or other activities and artifacts, such as agency work with the Agency Readiness Team.
Schedule of Events
One Washington Phase 1A Project Plan
The full Phase 1A project schedule is available in PDF format. These resources will be updated periodically to represent progress and any changes. If you and your agency intend to do intensive planning using our project schedule, please reach out to email@example.com and a member of our schedule team will make sure you have the most up to date file for your needs.