STATE OF WASHINGTON Sample Clauses

STATE OF WASHINGTON. The Health Care Authority welcomes input from the Union to improve the complaint process, including but not limited to, how interpreters and the Union are notified of complaints made to third parties regarding interpreters. For the State For the Union /s/ 7/12/12 /s/ 7/12/12 Franklin Plaistowe Date Sarah Clifthorne Date MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN STATE OF WASHINGTON AND
STATE OF WASHINGTON. Facility Appointment Pilot Project The parties agree that it is inappropriate to allow facilities to request specific interpreters under the Facility Appointment Pilot Project. Furthermore, no later than three (3) months after the start of this agreement, through an ad hoc Union Management Committee, the parties agree to discuss a rotation for Facility appointments similar to that utilized by DSHS Economic Services Administration for block-time appointments. Further, the parties agree to meet every three (3) months during the life of the Facility Appointment Pilot Project to discuss issues and concerns with the project. Dated July 27, 2016 For the State For the Union /s/ /s/ Valerie Inforzato Sarah Clifthorne MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN STATE OF WASHINGTON AND WASHINGTON FEDERATION OF STATE EMPLOYEES Agenda Item for Interpreter Advisory Group The parties agree the Interpreter Advisory Group will discuss creating endorsements for DSHS certifications and authorizations based on an interpreter achieving significant additional training in a given field. Fields of expertise considered for individual endorsements could include, but not be limited to, services requested by oncologists, cardiologists, mental health providers, family counseling meetings, drug and alcohol rehabilitation meetings, and domestic violence related meetings. Dated July 30, 2016 For the State: For the Union: /s/ /s/ Valerie Inforzato Sarah Clifthorne MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN STATE OF WASHINGTON AND WASHINGTON FEDERATION OF STATE EMPLOYEES DSHS Travel Premium Pilot The parties agree to a DSHS Travel Premium Pilot that will be implemented during the term of this Agreement. The purpose of the pilot is to increase language access, and to increase the utilization of the more cost-effective procurement process through a coordinating entity instead of the more costly procurement process through language agencies contracted by the Department of Enterprise Services.
STATE OF WASHINGTON. The parties seek to resolve the issues and claims set forth in the complaint by the execution of this Agreement. The parties enter into this Agreement with the recognition that both parties and their counsel have committed to enter into specific, measurable and enforceable agreements with the goal of improving the conditions and treatment of children in the custody of the Division of Children and Family Services (“DCFS”) of the State of Washington’s Department of Social and Health Services (the “Department”), as to the conditions and treatment of children in the Plaintiff class.
STATE OF WASHINGTON. In 1974, the Washington State legislature passed the Forest Practices Act to provide protection to forest soils, fisheries, wildlife, water quality and quantity, air quality, recreation, and scenic beauty, while at the same time maintaining a viable forest products industry. The Forest Practices Act regulates forest practices such as timber removal, road construction and maintenance, reforestation, and the use of forest chemicals. The Forest Practices Rules, embodied in the WAC (Title 222 WAC) were first adopted in 1976 and apply to non-federal and non-tribal forestlands in the state. All forest landowners must conduct their forest management activities according to the Forest Practices Rules but only landowners that cut more than 5,000 board feet per year have to file a Forest Practices Application/Notification. However, the current Forest Practices Rules provide for exceptions to operating under standard rules (Washington Forest Practices Board 2002). These exceptions include, among others, conducting forest management operations under a federal conservation plan authorized under section 10 of the ESA (WAC 222-16-080). In addition, the Washington Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) had adopted a Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) to address state trust land management issues relating to compliance with the ESA (WDNR 1997). This plan covers state land managed by WDNR within the range of the spotted owl. WDNR amended its HCP to provide greater conservation benefits to the spotted owl in the Klickitat Planning Unit (HCP Amendment No. 1, Administrative Amendment to the Northern Spotted Owl Conservation Strategy for the Klickitat HCP Planning Unit 2004) (WDNR 2004).The Applicants lands are adjacent to WDNR lands (Figure 2-1) and the SHA would contribute to owl conservation for the State by enhancing and providing connectivity to the WDNR’s HCP, as amended, for its spotted owl landscape management approach.
STATE OF WASHINGTON. The purpose of the outcomes is to identify specific, required results that will advance the child welfare system toward a stated goal. The purpose of the benchmarks will be to provide a measure to enable the Panel to monitor the progress of the Department in meeting the specific outcome identified. The benchmarks will set interim targets toward the achievement of the specified outcomes within the timeframes identified in this Agreement or by the Panel and also will provide annual benchmarks and measurable expectations for implementation.
STATE OF WASHINGTON. The Health Care Authority welcomes input from the Union to improve the complaint process, including but not limited to, how interpreters and the Union are notified of complaints made to third parties regarding interpreters. Date June 12, 2011 For the State For the Union Memorandum of Understanding BETWEEN Washington Federation of State Employees AND
STATE OF WASHINGTON. Section Section COUNTY OF KING Section On this 11th day of September, 2000, before me, a Notary Public in and for the State of Washington, personally appeared Trish Bars, personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be the person who executed this instrument, on oath stated that she was authorized to execute the instrument, and acknowledged it as the Real Estate Loan Closer of GENERAL ELECTRIC CAPITAL BUSINESS ASSET FUNDING CORPORATION to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said corporation for the uses and purposes mentioned in the instrument.
STATE OF WASHINGTON. The State of Washington and the Washington Federation of State Employees agree to modify the terms and conditions of the 2015-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement. Specifically, from the effective date of this Memorandum of Understanding through June 30, 2017, the parties agree to remove Article 7.5 of the tentatively agreed to 2015-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement. The specific language removed from the 2015-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement is: