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Washington Success Stories
Washington Case Study Successes
- Case Study Summary: Pierce County Procurement Streamlining
- Case Study Summary: Whatcom County Housing Permits
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- Case Study Summary: Kitsap County Uses Lean to Standardize Processes
- Case Study Summary: Clark County Single Family Housing Permit
- Case Study Summary: Island County Shoreline Exemption Permit
Lean Washington in the News
Government Blog Posts
- Expert Excerpts: Tracy O’Rourke on Lean Six Sigma in Government
- How Catchball Builds More Engaged Teams in Government
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