We use a combination of federal and state systems for planning, measuring our performance, and ensuring accountability. We set goals based on traffic safety data, and measure or progress toward those goals.
Allocate our resources based on Target Zero priorities and goals.
Invest state and federal funds through our annual funding process
Remove some projects to make room for higher priority work.
Set meaningful, realistic performance targets.
Use the Results Washington process to measure our performance.
Engage agency staff, our partners, and our stakeholders in improvement processes.
Integrate our management priorities into our performance plans and job descriptions.
Manage our day-to-day operations according to the plan.
Analyze crash and injury data from multiple perspectives to better track results.
Create action-oriented reports that support our priorities.
Get feedback from staff, partners and stakeholders so we can refine our plan.
Continually refine our Results Washington process by asking critical questions.
Build an agency culture that values the Results Washington process.
Document our progress so we can tell others about our results.
Share our results with the Governor, the legislature, citizens, partners and stakeholders.
Enhance communication using our website.
Partner with the media to communicate our results.
Include the evaluation of our communication strategies in our Results Washington process.