Office of Fraud & Accountability
Development of the Office of Fraud & Accountability
The Office of Fraud & Accountability shall report to the legislature on the development of the office, identification of any barriers to meeting the goals of the office and recommendations for improvements to the system and laws related to the prevention, detection and prosecution of fraud and abuse in public assistance programs.
Authorization: ESSB 5921, Chapter 42, Laws of 2011, Section 22(4)
Type of Report: One-time
Report Date: December 1, 2011 (PDF)
Adverse Childhood Experience - Planning Group Progress Report
Chapter 70.305, Laws of 2011 Sec. 3 (E2SHB 1965) requires the "Secretary of the Department of Social and Health Services and the Director of the Department of Early Learning"… to "convene a planning group to work with interested private partners to:
(1) Develop a process by which the goals identified in section 1 of this act shall be met:
a) "Identify and promote the use of innovative strategies based on evidence-based and research-based approaches and practices; and,
b) Align public and private policies and funding with approaches and strategies which have demonstrated effectiveness."
(2) Develop recommendations for inclusive and diverse governance to advance the adverse childhood experience initiative."
The Planning Group shall submit a report on its progress and recommendations to the appropriate legislative committees no later than December 15, 2011.