Washington Workforce Analytics project
The Washington Workforce Analytics (WWA) enterprise reporting solution replaced the HRMS Business Warehouse / Business Intelligence (BW/BI) system. The new system uses data from both HRMS and the Agency Financial Reporting System (AFRS) to provide timely accurate workforce data to help state agencies make informed business decisions.
WWA Agency Administrator
Agencies must designate a WWA Agency Administrator and send the completed designation form to the Support Center: email@example.com
Responsibilities of the WWA Agency Administrator include:
- Approving/denying employee requests to access data in the WWA Enterprise Data Warehouse
- Recordkeeping related to employee non-disclosure agreements
- Monitoring and maintaining up-to-date agency WWA User lists
Agencies may designate more than one WWA Agency Administrator.
Enterprise Reporting maintains a list of WWA Agency Administrators. If an individual should no longer be designated as an administrator, email Support Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
WWA user access
Each user requesting access to WWA must send a completed user access form and non-disclosure agreement to their WWA Agency Administrator for approval.
Approved WWA User Access Forms should be sent by the WWA Agency Administrator to the Support Center email@example.com
Note: The WWA Non-Disclosure Agreement should be retained by the WWA Agency Administrator.
Training and Job Aids
WWA Users may register for basic training through the Learning Management System (LMS). Training is offered by Enterprise Reporting and related questions should be sent to Support Center firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Aids and additional information about WWA is currently available:
For more on the HRMS BW/BI replacement project, see our full Q&A:
How can I stay informed?
Email email@example.com and ask to be added to the WWA distribution list.
Service Alerts and Notifications are distributed via HRMS GovDelivery