Goal 2: Prosperous economy - Goal map

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Goal Topic

Business Vitality

Washington is a great place to grow your business

Sub Topic One

4. Competitive and Diversified Economy

Outcome Measure

1.1: Increase real state gross domestic product (GDP) by 10.6% from its 2015 level by 2020

Leading Indicators

1.1.a Increase total exports by 35% from its 2015 level by 2020

Outcome Measure

1.2: Increase gross business income (GBI) by 25% from its 2015 level by 2020

Leading Indicators

1.2.a: Increase GBI by 31.9% from its 2015 level by 2020 in these sectors: clean technology, agriculture, aerospace, life sciences, information and communication technology, maritime

1.2.b: Increase small business GBI by 25% from its 2015 level by 2020

Goal Topic

Thriving Washingtonians

Washington is THE place to work

Sub Topic One

2. Quality Jobs

Outcome Measure

2.1: Increase the number of jobs in state by 246,400 (from 3,144,600 in 2015 to 3,391,000 through 2020)

Leading Indicators

2.1.a: Increase employment by 9.9% (from 558,782 in 2015 to 613,922 through 2020) in these sectors: clean technology, agriculture, aerospace, life sciences, information and communication technology, maritime

2.1.b Increase percentage of people participating in WorkSource who find jobs from 66% in 2015 to 69.5% through 2020

2.1.c: Increase employment rate for veterans from 72% in 2015 to 75% through 2020

2.1.d: Increase the employment rate for working age people with disabilities from 37.8% in 2015 to 38.9% in 2020

2.1.e: Increase small business employment by 92,500 from 2015 through 2020

Sub Topic Two

2. Expanding Opportunities

Outcome Measure

2.2: Increase the average earnings of Washington workers from $56,273 in 2015 to $65,000 by 2020

Leading Indicators

2.2.a: Maintain rural employment at or above 19.3% of statewide employment through 2020

2.2.b: Increase the median earning of employed people participating in WorkSource from $22,512 in 2015 to $25,559 by 2020

Goal Topic

Sustainable, efficient infrastructure

Washington's infrastructure meets tomorrow's needs

Sub Topic One

3. Reliable
Infrastructure

Outcome Measure

3.1: Maintain the percent of Washington infrastructure assets in satisfactory condition at 2013 baseline levels through 2020

Leading Indicators

3.1.a: Control the percent of National Highway System bridges, state- and locally-owned, in poor condition from increasing over 10% by 2020

3.1.b: Control the percent of National Highway System pavement, state- and locally-owned, in poor condition from increasing over 10% by 2020

3.1.c: Maintain the percent of non-transportation infrastructure assets in satisfactory condition at 2013 baseline levels through 2020

3.1.d: Make 432,000 acre feet of new water supply available for agriculture by 2020

3.1.e.1: Control the percent of ferry terminal systems that are past due for replacement from increasing over 6 percent by 2020

3.1.e.2: Control the percent of ferry vessel systems that are past due for replacement from increasing over 10% by 2020

3.1.f: Maintain percentage of transit fleet that exceeds Federal Transit Administration's minimum useful life at 25% or below through 2020

Sub Topic Two

3. Sustainable
Transportation

Outcome Measure

3.2: Increase the percentage of Washingtonians using alternative transportation commute methods to 29% by 2020

Leading Indicators

3.2.a: Ensure travel and freight reliability on strategic corridors does not deteriorate beyond 5%  through 2020

3.2.b: Operate strategic corridors at 90% efficiency or higher through 2020

3.2.c: Reduce the number of pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities on public roadways from 84 in 2012 to zero by 2030

Goal Topic

Quality of Life

Washington is a great place to live

Sub Topic One

4. Vibrant Communities

Outcome Measure

4.1: Increase the genuine progress indicator (GPI) by 10.6% from its 2015 level by 2020

Leading Indicators

4.1.a: Increase state agency and educational institution utilization of state-certified small businesses in public works and other contracting and procurement by 2017 to:

  • Minority-owned businesses: 10%
  • Women-owned businesses: 6%
  • Veteran-owned businesses: 5%

4.1.b: Increase the ArtsWa creative vitality index from 1.02 in 2011 to 1.05 by 2015, remain above national average

4.1.c: Improve Washington's Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) Scorecard Ranking in "Financial Assets & Income" from 17 to within the top 10 by 2017