Inslee visits San Juan and Skagit counties to discuss broadband

STEM students from around the state showcase climate change projects

Washington and B.C. united on climate action, building sustainable future, increased connectivity

Inslee announces appointment of Lisa Brown as director of Washington State Department of Commerce

Gov. Jay Inslee announced the appointment of Lisa Brown as director of the Washington State Department of Commerce today. Brown takes over from Brian Bonlender who served in that role for the past six years.

Inslee proposes broadband access for all

Investing in Washington’s continuing success

Inslee and Washington tribes convene for 29th Annual Centennial Accord

Expanding broadband to every corner of Washington topic of tour

Inslee takes 3-day trip across state to discuss increasing broadband services to all Washingtonians

Govs. Inslee and Brown announce decision to opt-in to FirstNet

Gov. Jay Inslee and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced today that their states have chosen to opt-in to the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) and AT&T to deliver a wireless broadband network to the states' public safety community.

Inslee urges FCC to maintain net neutrality

Washington and Oregon to jointly call for proposals to operate public safety broadband network

The states of Washington and Oregon will jointly issue a request for proposals (RFP) to operate a high-speed, wireless broadband data network dedicated to public safety.

Information & Communication Technology

Washington is home to more than 14,000 information and communications technology companies and 313,100 technology-based workers. Employers include technology giants such as Microsoft, Amazon, Nintendo, Zillow and Tableau. Search and social media powerhouses Google, Facebook and Twitter have discovered the competitive advantages of having a presence in Washington and have opened offices here.

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